Thursday, May 31, 2012

Body Count Podcast – Episode 28 – Grown Ass Men

Following a three-month hiatus, we discussed what we had been watching, including: The Cabin in the Woods, The Walking Dead, The Intruders, The Devil Inside, Sleepaway Camp IV, Eden Lake, Harry Brown, and more. Up next: Stephen King’s Nightmares and Dreamscapes.
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The Skeleton Crew Show #14 Adam Green Interview

HorrorBid’s The Skeleton Crew: Adam Green talk Hatchet 3!
Alex and Michael J start things off with Sleepaway Camp IV: The Survivor
WARNINGS, netflix streaming recommendation and possible future shows.
Beginning – 3:55
Then, Dan joins us as we interview the Writer/Director Of Hatchet,
Writer/Producer/Star Of FearNet’s Holliston and Frozen Adam Green!
Then webmaster Justin sits in and welcomes Alex and Mike back
to horrorbid! Welcomes Dan Chase to horrorbid and expresses his thoughts on
what a real horror radio show should sound like.
26:30 – End
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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Horror Podcasting Alliance Promo Video from The Phantom Ghoul

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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Vicis Interimo #114 Gingerdead Man 1 and 2

Welcome to episode 114! It's been four weeks since we released an episode, but we're back to pick up where we left off. smiley This week's review is on the Full Moon pictures 'Gingerdead Man' and Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust'. There are a lot of short topics this week as we discuss the movies 'The Avengers', 'Iron Man 2', 'Watchmen' (motion comic), 'Kinsey', 'Waterboy', 'From Paris With love', 'Transformers 3', 'Star Trek Generations', 'Star Trek First Contact', and tv shows 'Missing' and 'Alkatraz' ..... whew! We run a bit long this week, as well as battle madsaxxon's dying computer, so Lori's Crawling Chaos segment is skipped... but it returns this next week, so listen for it then! Thanks for joining us this week...
Gingerdead Man: NR (2005)
An evil yet adorable Gingerbread man comes to life with the soul of a convicted killer - this real life cookie monster wreaks havoc on the girl who sent the killer to the electric chair.
Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust: NR (2008)
The horrifying yet delicious and chewy Gingerdead Man causes murder and mayhem on the set of a horrible low budget movie set. It will take the determination of the studio's young new owner to save both his company and well as the lives of his young new friends. Including a terminally ill young boy whose final wish it was to meet the studios stars - The Tiny Terrors.
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Dark Discussions Episode 059 - 2000 and Beyond The Best Part 1

January 1st, 2000, the first day of a new century. The date is somewhat arbitrary when considering grouping things together. Pick a day then group going forward. Being the first day of a new century (or new millennium if you prefer), Dark Discussions decides to bring a list of some of their favorite horror/genre films since the year 2000 and discuss each of them in a condensed format.
Cohosts Chris, Eric, Mike, and Philip independently put together their collection of the best horror films of the past twelve years but also present some of their individual favorites. Fans of genre cinema will see mainstream Hollywood successes, independent productions, and foreign film darlings. Some films like the James Wan/Leigh Whannell classic Saw are re-evaluated as individual standalone films and how they fit into the horror genre. Productions from Australia, the UK, France, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Norway, the USA, among others are discussed. As an ongoing series, Part 1 presents just some of the forty potential films listed as necessary canon of any genre fan.
To wrap up the episode, director/screenwriter Rufus Chaffee and actor/producer Mike Pfaff discuss their new feature length horror film, The Muse, which opened up in April 2012 and is now playing the festival circuit.
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Horror Movie Review Guy Video Podcast #4 Hellraiser: Inferno

Hmrg reviews Hellraiser 5 aka Hellraiser: Inferno.
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Friday, May 25, 2012

Exorcast Episode 14

episiode 14
On this weeks episode we take a look at Wally Koz’s shot on video slasher 555 from 1988, Griff Frust’s 2010 slasher Mask Maker (Maskerade), Rob Zombie’s Halloween II from 2009 and Maurice Devereaux’s 2001 Slashers ($la$her$). In honor of Memorial Day, we deliver Last Rites to Christopher Alender’s 1999 quasi-slasher Memorial Day. I guess this is an entire slasher episode…that wasn’t planned. We read a few of your emails and tweets and we play some music from Black Flag, Bleeding Through and Vincent’s friends from Cleveland, Oh Vent.
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The Skeleton Crew Show #13 Cabin in the Woods: Horror Hit or Horror Hype?

SPOILERS 3:00-19:30
Alex and Michael J start things off giving their thoughts on Cabin In The Woods. Will it revolutionize the horror genre? Is it a bold step forward? Listen in and hear what the guys think.
Beginning – 19:30
Then, Dan joins us as we hit on HorrorBid headlines: A Serbian Film gets an UNCUT DVD release, Will Bill Murray finally agree to GHOSTBUSTERS 3, Julianne Moore joins the Carrie remake, and more!
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The Ecto Radio Horror Show Episode 50 Top 10 American Monster Movies!

In this episode we discuss the Top Ten American Monster Movies! However we do not exactly agree with the sequence of the list so we end up in a free for all.
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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Horrorphilia Presents Horror Hits: Volume 15

List is compiled by Horrorphilia Jason with help from listeners.Dead Girls Dont Say No‘Kung Fu Vampire’ from Mother’s Day (2010)
Spider Baby Song - ‘Ronald Stein and Lon Chaney Jr.’ from Spider Baby (1968)
Prologue‘Joseph LoDuca’ from Army of Darkness (1992)
Diadems‘Megadeth’ from Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995)
Creepshow Theme‘John Harrison and Michelle Dibucci’ from Creepshow (1982)
Bombshell‘Powerman 5000′ from Freddy Vs. Jason (2003)
Demon‘Claudio Simonetti’ from Demons (1985)
Our Truth‘Lacuna Coil’ from Underworld: Evolution (2006)
Don Abandons Alice‘John Murphy’ from 28 Weeks Later (2007)
The Love You Save‘Joe Tex’ from Death Proof (2007)
Dance With The Devil‘The Sounds’ from Playback (2012)
The Green Slime Theme Song‘Charles Fox’ from The Green Slime (1968)
Energy‘Thor and the Tritonz’ from Rock n Roll Nightmare (1987)
The Ballad of Travis Crabtree from The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972)
Bmw‘Sodajerker’ from Strippers Vs Werewolves (2012)
I Could Love You‘Black Oak Arkansas’ from Madison County (2011)
Brain Dead Theme Song‘Peter Dasent’ from Brain Dead (1990)
Avoid The Light‘Pantera’ from Dracula 2000 (2000)
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Dark Discussions Podcast Episode 058 - Jeff Lindsay's Dexter

In 2004, a little known author by the name of Jeff Lindsay had his latest novel published. Darkly Dreaming Dexter went on to win the Dilys Award as 2005’s best mystery novel of the year. Having won and therefore now appearing along side such past winners as Dennis Lehane’s Mystic River, the novel brought the attention of Hollywood producers. As the publication of a 2005 follow up book entitled Dearly Devoted Dexter hit print, Showtime’s television series based on the character went into production. With its success, Jeff Lindsay became a best selling author and Dexter, the television show, became a sensation.
The show stars Six Feet Under alum Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan, a CSI bloodstain pattern analyst employed by the Miami Police Department. While working some of the most bloody crime scenes of a very violent city, the real Dexter hides behind a fa├žade of normalcy and stability. In truth he is a psychopath that carries a darkness with him that only he can satisfy by becoming the same type of monster that his department hunts, a serial murderer. This darkness described by Dexter as his Dark Passenger is put into check by a set of rules and standards given to him by a very unlikely source.
The series has had a run of six seasons with already two more having been announced. Highly successful, its group of fantastic supporting characters along with each season’s main story arcs has brought an unlikely success that has drawn audiences of not only mystery and crime dramas but also those of horror and genre films. With highlights by guest stars Julia Stiles and John Lithgow, a story of an unlikely antihero has changed how television works. The Dark Discussions roundtable talks highlights of the series and why the show has resonated so strongly.
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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Horrorphilia Podcast #76 Rob Zombie Time!!!

The fellas are back with a special Rob Zombie themed episode, with guest host Bart Hernandez. They tear into House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, Halloween, and H2. Will it be more Love or Hatred spewed from their pie holes? Listen to find out. Leave feedback at or you can leave a voicemail at 512-524-7817.
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Behind The Mask 1 Year Anniversary Call In Show

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Sunday, May 20, 2012

The Skeleton Crew Friday the 13th Retrospective

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Zombies DON’T Podcast 17: Let Sleeping Corpses Lie, Slumber Party Massacre 2, and Night of the Living Dead 1990

Zombies DON’T Podcast 17: Let Sleeping Corpses Lie, Slumber Party Massacre
2, Night of the Living Dead 90
Chuck and Goob return to watch a film with a zillion different names, a
film about a greaser with a guitar drill, and a film that’s highly
underrated! They also talk about the travesty that is how Paramount treats
the Friday the 13th franchise!
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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Horrorphilia Recommends #7

Horrorphilia Recommends is back with another mega collaboration episode with members of The Horror Podcasting Alliance. We have 6 horror movie recommendations plus we cover the horror dvd/blu-ray releases for the month of May.
Jeff from Much of Madness/More of Sin Podcast reviews Mortuary. Click here.
Riverman from Behind The Mask Podcast Reviews House on the Edge of the Park. Click here.
Eric from Dark Dissusions Podcast and Askancity Podcast Recommends 1408. Click Here.
Vincent and Beard from Exorcast recommends Gutterballs. Click Here.
Horrorphilia Jason from Much of Madness/More of Sin Recommends Demons Never Die. Click here.
Philip from Dark Discussions Podcast recommends Little Deaths. Click here.
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Friday, May 18, 2012

Exorcast 13

Episode 13 On this weeks episode of Exorcast we are paying tribute to one of the greatest horror authors in history, H.P. Lovecraft. We take a look at all Lovecraft inspired films!Honestly, this could be a Stewart Gordon tribute as well since three of our films tonight are directed by him. We at Exorcast both agree that no one can make a Lovecraft adaption like Stewart Gordon can! So with all that said this week we review Stewart Gordon’s Re-Animator, From Beyond and Dagon! We also review Henry Saine’s The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu! We deliver Last Rites to Andrew Leman’s 2005 black and white, silent film The Call of Cthulhu. Vincent rants about talking shit after one of the actors from Madison County listened to our podcast last week, we talk about the new maniac trailer and I say fuck Prometheus, so listen to the show to find out why.
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Horrorphilia Presents Horror Hits: Volume 14

Horrorphilia Presents Horror Hits: Volume 14
Compiled by Jai Schuler
1. The Cramps – Surfin’ Dead (Return of the Living Dead)
2. The Groovie Goolies – Goolie Get-Together (The Groovie Goolies)
3. Hans J. Salter – Main Theme (Creature from the Black Lagoon)
4. Riz Ortolani – Cannibal Holocaust (Cannibal Holocaust)
5. Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction – High Priest of Love (Return of the Living Dead 2)
6. Alice Cooper – Teenage Frankenstein (Friday the 13th part 6: Jason Lives)
7. Andi Sex Gang – The Quick & The Dead (Dario Argento’s Phenomena)
8. Megadeth – No More Mr. Nice Guy (Wes Craven’s Shocker)
9. Buck Owens – Who’s Gonna Mow Your Grass? (House of 1,000 Corpses)
10. DeWolf Music Library – Don’t Let Go (Creepshow)
11. Walter Rizati – I Remember (The House By the Cemetery)
12. Sparks – Armies of the Night (Fright Night)
13. Steel Grave – Knights of the Night (Dario Argento’s Opera)
14. Chu Ishikawa – Mausoleum (Tetsuo: The Iron Man)
15. Fabio Frizzi – Fatti Misteriosi (City of the Living Dead)
16. Danny Elfman – Main Theme (Clive Barker’s Nightbreed)
17. Paul Lemel – Cosmogony, Pt. 1 (Dawn of the Dead 1978)
18. Keith Emerson – Kazanian’s Tarantella (Inferno)
19. Al Bowlly & The Ray Nobel Orchestra – Midnight, The Stars and You (The Shining)
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Dark Discussions Episode 057 - H.G. Wells' The War of the Worlds Part 3

From its 1898 publishing, H.G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds had been a best selling novel but also a forerunner to the pulp and science fiction stories and movies to come. After a 1938 successful radio theater adaption by Orson Welles followed by George Pal’s 1953 Hollywood extravaganza, the story about Martians invading Earth had become part of the fabric of the culture of not only the United Kingdom but the entire world. With heat rays, tripods and hovercrafts, Martians invaded London, New Jersey, and Los Angeles.
With the success of science fiction on television including such shows as Star Trek and the X Files, a new adaption of H.G. Wells’ story by Stephen Spielberg and Tom Cruise went into development which resulted in the 2005 War of the Worlds, a new interpretation of the famous novel where the alien ships were brought to life as described in the novel; a three legged 100’ tripod machine with a heat ray that disintegrated its victims. As in the novel, people were collected as food and livestock that brought a horrific and somewhat overlooked element included in the source material.
Dark Discussions wraps up their three episode arc of H.G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds by discussing one of the most underappreciated science fiction horror movies in the last ten years. With fantastic special effects, with a roaring soundtrack by the great John Williams, with direction by one of the greatest directors of all time, while starring a top leading man, 2005’s War of the Worlds is a film that should be enjoyed by all horror and science fiction fans alike.
Lastly, author Mark Allan Gunnells is interviewed about his new novel, Sequel, which was released mid-May. 

Monday, May 14, 2012

Horrorphilia’s Much Of Madness/More of Sin Podcast #13

Horrorphilia’s Much of Madness/More of Sin #13
(a.k.a. The Iron Maiden Episode)
Lucky number 13 of ‘Much of Madness’ pays homage to the one and only IRON MAIDEN. Oh, and we also review the 1987 gorefest ‘Slugs’, the 1971 gothic vampire flick ‘Daughters of Darkness’, the 2011 indie slasher ‘Raymond Did It’ from R-Squared Films and the 2005 Canadian Fantasy film ‘Marker’ …plus two shitty thrillers ‘The Nurse’ from 1997 and Paul Lynch’s ‘Cross Country’ from 1983.
Horrorphilia Jason joins in with a couple slashers: the Troma’s so-bad-it’s-good ‘Blood Hook’ from 1986 and the so-bad-it’s-BAD ‘Warlock Moon’ from 1973.
We also unveil number 6 of our Top 10 horror movies of all-time.
Music by: MAIDEN! …and The Cramps
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Sunday, May 13, 2012

Zombies DON’T Podcast 16: City of the Living Dead, The Gate, It

Zombies DON’T Podcast 16: City of the Living Dead, The Gate, It
Chuck & Goob deal not one but two gates of hell opening movies. As well as
an evil clown that really isn’t a clown. But do our beloved podcasters
actually not like some of these classics??
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Friday, May 11, 2012

Exorcast Podcast #12

This week we review Mike Flanagan’s Absentia, Eric England’s Madison County, Darren Lynn Bousman’s Mother’s Day and Christopher Witherspoon’s Rage. Thanks to Chuck Conry from Zombie’s Don’t Podcast for sending us the screener of Rage… We give Last Rites to Stefan Svahn’s German Splatter flick Blutrausch: Gefangen Im Haus Des Grauens (Blood Rage: Trapped In The House of Horror). We also pay our respects to James Isaac (6/5/60 – 5/6/12) director of Jason X, Maurice Sendak (6/10/28 – 5/8/12) children’s author (Where The Wild Things Are) and Adam Yauch (8/5/64 – 5/4/12) also know as MCA and Nathanial Hornblower of the Beastie Boys. Music on this weeks episode is all B Boys. We play Beastie Boys from the album Some Old Bullshit, Sure Shot, Sabotage and Root Down from Ill Communication.
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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Horror Movie Review Guy Video Podcast #2 Freddy Vs Jason Showdown!

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Horrorphilia Podcast #75

The Horrorphilia crew is back with Brandon at the helm. This episode they review Xtro (1983), Popcorn (1981), Nightmares (1980), and Helldriver (2010).  Leave feedback at or you can leave a voicemail at 512-524-7817.

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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Horrorphilia Versus #7 Mother’s Day

Horrorphilia Versus Podcast is back! We recorded this show July 2011 but held it back for the release of Mother’s Day remake on dvd and blu-ray. As always this show is about comparing the orignal versus it’s remake. This episode is Troma’s Mother’s Day 1980 versus Darren Lynn Bousman’s 2010 Mother’s Day. As always on our Versus episode we get in depth comparing the two movies, so it is going to be spoiler heavy. Our subtopic of the show is gore vs cutaway shots. Agree or Disagree on our decisions? Email us at for feedback or ideas for future show. You can also leave a voicemail at 512-524-7817

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Dark Discussions Episode 056 - Simon Rumley Focus: 2011's Red, White, and Blue

In 2006, English director/screenwriter Simon Rumley became a sensation on the genre festival circuits with his film The Living and the Dead. Oddly folks weren’t quite sure where to categorize this amazing film. Having dramatic and literary elements yet dark and kinetic components, indy fans embraced the film and discovered a new and amazing talent within genre and horror circles.
Simon Rumley is a director that seems to stand on the frontier between the dark dramas of Paul Schrader, Cormac McCarthy, and Martin Scorsese while relishing in the intensity of the films of Jee-woon Kim, Chan-wook Park, and Xavier Gens. In 2010, he released the film Red, White, and Blue, a story of three people who’s lives collide head on when their dark secrets come crashing down upon them. Horrific, disheartening, and violent, Red, White, and Blue remarks on issues ranging as wide as social disenfranchisement while presenting commentary on human nature and maybe even the Western world.
Having run the festival circuits in 2010, Red, White, and Blue was released to a wide audience in 2011 and was named by many, including cohost Philip, as one of the top 10 best genre horror films of that year. Your hosts Eric and Philip discuss the film and then interview writer/director Simon Rumley about a movie that will remain with the viewer even days after viewing.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Zombies DON’T Podcast 15: Pieces, Return of the Living Dead, Demons

Zombies DON’T Podcast 15: Pieces, Return of the Living Dead,Demons
Chuck and Goob tear into some 80s goodness with Pieces, Return of the
Living Dead, and Demons! Hear also the question that leads to a giant
Halloween Resurrection rant! And do they accept the challenge from The
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Cthutube Avengers Week: The House Of Eldritch Horror presents Captain America (1944 serial) part 12

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Friday, May 4, 2012

Exorcast Episode 11

Episode 11
On this weeks episode we record in 85 degree heat and nearly pass out! We are reviewing Darren Lynn Bousman’s 11-11-11, Justin Russell’s 80′s throwback slasher The Sleeper, Pat Tremplay’s Hellacious Acres: The Case of John Glass from Bloody Disgusting Selects and the new six installment anthology The Theater Bizarre directed by; Tom Savini, Douglas Buck, Buddy Giovinazzo, David Gregory, Karim Jussain, Richard Stanley and the fragmented segments directed by Jeremy Kasten! We deliver Last Rites to one of our very favorite John Carpenter films In The Mouth of Madness! We also give the results to the poll question I asked on Twitter this past week, “What are your five favorite John Carpenter directed films in order?”
We also have a new contest, you can win a copy of Hellacious Acres on DVD by emailing us at and tell us what was the worst film you picked up and watched the entire thing. The best and most entertaining response will read on 18th, so get your emails in!
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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Dolls of Despair #10 – Reviews of Last Breath and From A Place of Darkness

The Dolls Review: Last Breath & From a Place of Darkness
The Dolls weight in their opinions on two polar opposite movies. See if you agree or disagree. Remember Honesty is a BITCH!

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Horror Movie Review Guy Video Podcast #1 Early Years of Horror

Check out Horrorphilia’s debut video podcast from none other than the Horror Movie Review Guy! Take a journey with him and learn about the Early Years of Horror.
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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Dark Discussions Episode 055 - Jack Ketchum's Red

When one hears the name Jack Ketchum they think of splatter punk, extreme horror, and outrageous violence. With such a reputation his books have never been found on best sellers lists. An avid cult following however has arisen that has made his novels and short stories hugely popular. Five feature length films have been made out of his works and his writings have brought such prestigious honors as multiple Bram Stoker Awards and the World Horror Convention Grand Master Award.
In 1995, Jack Ketchum released a novel that would seem more apt to have been written by someone other than a speculative fiction author. The novel Red, with elements that seem out of a Cormac McCarthy novel, twists a tale that should lead to vengeance into a story filled with forgiveness and love. Avery Ludlow, a widower and senior citizen from Maine, lives a quiet life with his dog Red. His daily routine includes such hobbies as fishing and managing his general store. One fateful fishing trip down by the local creek, a shocking event turns his world upside down. Seeking understanding, asking only for impartiality, offering total absolution, Ave does his best to remain human in a world that offers nothing but melancholy and unfairness.
In 2008, a film of the novel starring Brian Cox with an important cameo by Robert Englund was highly regarded by critics while being a very faithful adaption to the story. Dark Discussions discusses this fantastic novel, the wonderful movie, and how the character of Avery Ludlow, flaws and all, is the model of how every human being with nothing more than a big heart can overcome whatever is wrong in the world.
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Vicis Interimo Podcast Episode 113 Tamara

Welcome to episode 113. This week's review is on the 2005 movie 'Tamara'. A second short review is on the new movie 'The Cabin in the Woods' (with no spoilers). We'll be reviewing it again later with full spoilers. It's just too hard to talk about this movie while not giving anything away! Other short topics include 'Bandidas', the actress Katie Stuart, and the Wii Fit Plus.... Ok, so this week's crawling chaos segment is a bit lame. smiley
Tamara (2005) R, 94 minutes
In a high school prank gone horribly wrong, an outcast named Tamara (Jenna Dewan) is murdered, but her tormenters get off scot-free. Now, as a sexy siren returned from the grave with an arsenal of superpowers, Tamara dedicates her afterlife to exacting revenge. Katie Stuart, Chad Faust and Matthew Marsden co-star in this teen horror romp from screenwriter Jeffrey Reddick, the mind behind Final Destination.

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The Cabin in the Woods...
Katie Stuart... the best thing about the movie 'Tamara'...
This is an interview with one of the writers of Xena.
Katie Stuart (as Genia) appears here and there...
Wii Fit Plus...
One of Lori's favorite Wii Fit Plus games...