Movies from HELL is a Podcast and Website for those who fancy fine Cult, Horror, Exploitation, Experimental and Weird Film.
Lemora, The Lift, Lorna The Exorcist, Love me Deadly
Dan and Bradley invite their friend Paul Grammatico on to discuss 4 films including this episodes feature film from 1973 LEMORA: A CHILD'S TALE OF THE SUPERNATURAL and the 1983 DICK MAAS film THE LIFT
Lorna The Exorcist (1974)
The Lift (1983)
Love me Deadly (1972)
TOP FIVE FIRST TIME WATCHES FOR 2021
Join Dan and Brad as they talk about what went down in 2021 and what's in store for 2022. We throw down some shout outs to all of our wonderful guests, get questionably low brow and follow that with a discussion of our top 5 first time watches for the year (slightly more elevated discussion here). We hope you enjoy the podcast and have a wonderful 2022!!!
THE 1988 BONANZA OF HORROR EPISODE
Dan and Brad welcome once again, most possibly the most extraordinary person living today on this god forsaken planet, Mr. Johnathan Arminio, Cinephile, Faith Healer and Historically Documented Great Lover, to discuss an unsavory amount of Horror Films from the great year in Horror 1988...
listen in to see if we talk about your favorite 88 films and get ready to take some notes
you can find Mr. Arminio's work in finer Adult Bookstores, on TWITTER and on many great podcasts including this one and our favorite THE PINK SMOKE.
LIFEGUARD: WE EXPLAIN WHY RICK CARLSON IS SAD
Dan and Bradley explore this 1976 horny classic with some of our favorite guests from the last year of MOVIES FROM HELL podcasts. This episode features:
Bradley J Kornish
and the team from GRUMPIRE Andrew and Elbee
JOHN WATERS’ FILMS OF THE 1990’s and 2000’s
Join Dan and Bradley as the welcome writer, frequent podcast guest, frustrated vaudevillian and one of the nicest and smartest cats on the planet, STEPHANIE CRAWFORD to discuss John Waters' essential and often undervalued films of the 90's and 2000's: SERIAL MOM (1994), PECKER (1998), CECIL B. DEMENTED (2000) and A DIRTY SHAME (2004).
and for those who read! here's a great piece on Waters' career written by the Great Stephanie Crawford: As Long As You’re Known For Something: Outlaw Fame & Friendly Infamy With John Waters
and as a bonus for those of you with the ability to get through the first 40 minutes of the podcast you will be treated to another tale of childhood misadventures from Bradley.
THE SUSAN TYRRELL EPISODE
Join Daniel Pullen and Bradley J. Kornish as they discuss the film work and life of the boldly enigmatic artist, actor and playwright Susan Tyrrell. Dan and Brad are joined by their friend, cofounder of the great website THE PINK SMOKE, John Cribbs.
We discuss Tyrrell's one of a kind eye on Hollywood and her singular yet wildly varied acting career (reference the mind blowing analogy dropped by cohost Dan Pullen).
Friend I’ve Never Met
Being a new MFH convert, I already consider Bradley and Dan friends simply from listening to them talk. Insightful, interesting, and hysterical this is now a weekly listen.
A great podcast
It’s funny, it’s interesting, it’s weird.
Hit and miss
Intriguing subjects, little illumination. The quality of the guest determines the quality of the show. Mostly it’s guys goofing around and cracking each other up. It took over 40 minutes before they got to the nun movies of their nunsploitation episode. I’m sure they’re nice guys and they’re obviously having fun, but I prefer some deeper dives into the subject or film at hand.
ADDENDUM: I was called a “tw@t” by the host for posting the above review, which was based on listening to about four episodes, not just one. But I’m not vindictive like the host, so I will not downgrade my three stars to one.