Join chris and Joey as they explore the dark, forgotten side of film. From horror and exploitation, to b-movies, cult, trash cinema, and everything in-between, The Last Theater shows how even the movies mainstream audiences might find worthless have value. With reviews and discussions covering films and topics within the realm of the more extreme and often dismissed side of cinema, chris and Joey illuminate the vital role these types of films play in the larger pantheon of movie history.
Every movie has its audience, and every movie has value. One person's trash cinema is another person's treasure.
Spiral: From the Book of Saw - The Last Theater Podcast
Could Chris Rock and returning director Darren Lynn Bousman revive the Saw series? Find out in The Last Theater's review of the ninth installment of the Saw franchise, Spiral!
Concrete (2004) - The Last Theater Podcast
Is Concrete a meaningful look at a real-life tragedy, or is a failed attempt at finding a message in murder?
A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise Wrap-Up - Podcast Episode 51
Join chris and Joey as they take a look back at the Nightmare on Elm Street series as a whole including its legacy, its future, its video games, its box office success, its themes, and, of course, the rankings!
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) - Podcast Episode 50
Was the 2010 remake an attempt to redefine modern horror remakes, was it an attempt to cash in on name recognition and nostalgia, or was it just an attempt to make a good-enough horror movie?
Freddy vs. Jason (Nightmare Perspective) - Podcast Episode 49
We once again take a look at Freddy vs. Jason, this time from the perspective of the movie as part of the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise!
Wes Craven's New Nightmare - Podcast Episode 48
Wes Craven returned to the series he created with the seventh film in the Nightmare on Elm Street series, but would bringing Freddy into the real world be the right direction to go?
I like this podcast but the sound quality is not great. Maybe move closer to the mics?
For fans of all genres of movies
Joey Haynie, the man behind the excellent and long-running Rock Strikes Ten, turns his attention towards movies with his good friend & co-host Chris in this extremely entertaining & informative new podcast. Joey’s all time favorite movie is True Romance, which is also my favorite Quentin Tarantino movie (mostly because the late great Tony Scott, not Tarantino, directed it), so while I’m not all that crazy about horror movies, I do share Joey’s tastes in all other movies, so I thoroughly enjoy his and Chris’s reviews.
I am Joey and I am the co-host. I'm just here to represent, give the 5 stars and help out. I will also say that Chris' passion for movies has proven to be unmatched by anybody in my entire life and that deserves to be recognized. Check the show out, subscribe and leave a review!