I’m not even going to pretend like we cover Student Bodies, although we do complain about it for a good five minutes. Most of this episode is spent raving about Mandy, which you should watch before listening. I pitch a movie at the end.
We can only upload Horror Boys every 17 days. That’s a good excuse, right? Like, we’re cicada people or something? We watched a movie with a cicada dude in it for this episode. We mostly talk about Dark Night of the Scarecrow, Communion and The Beast Within, but we talk about other stuff too.
We watched The Skulls Trilogy. I’m not sure why. It was a mistake. This episode was a mistake. Maybe the podcast too. Tanner’s audio on this one is really bad. He kept bumping the mic and recorded in the eye of a tornado. Weird approach but I respect his creative process.
Whoo. We made it boys. This is officially my longest running podcast. This is also our longest episode yet. We covered Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things, Dead of Night AKA Deathdream and Revenge. I hope Ric Flair is proud.
Filmmaker Len Kabasinski joins us to talk about his micro-budget independent action movies. Support him on Patreon! He’s a great guy and one of the hardest working filmmakers around. https://www.patreon.com/killerwolffilms
He also has an indiegogo campaign for his new martial arts movie Challenge of the Five Gauntlets https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/challenge-of-five-gauntlets-len-kabasinski#/
Wow these movies were terrible. Even Jason X, our favorite, isn’t quite great. We also watched Critters 4, Leprechaun 4: In Space and Hellraiser: Bloodline. Stephen went off and watched Maniac Cop and Dracula 3000 on his own and then talked about those longer than any of the actual movies we were supposed to cover. It was his stupid idea to do fourth movies in space and he couldn’t even hold a conversation on them. Sorry this is going up late, Stephen stayed up all night to edit it in time for Wednesday and then WordPress went down. Oh yeah, Len Kabasinski will be on the podcast next week. That’ll be cool.
Stephen compares A Quiet Place to Mars Attacks! and then we stumble into spoiling it so go to 3:30 if you care. Then we complain about The Ambulance and Hardware but celebrate Bag Boy Lover Boy. There are also some hot takes at the end, Tanner’s is especially bad.
My final project for high school and AP English 12. I had to tell a story using characters from A Thousand Splendid Suns, Pride and Prejudice, Macbeth, The Metamorphosis, The Poisonwood Bible, and The Princess Bride. The opening is pretty weak but once the story really starts to open up, I think there are some pretty cool scenes.
I made this album teaser for my friends from Mobius Strip. All of the music used in the video will be included in their new album “It’s Not Deep” releasing June 21st. This version is my original cut but for the “official” trailer we decided to end at 1:03. Enjoy!
Brian and I made this in two days after school. I tried to do as much as I could with the cinematography with only two people but it’s nothing amazing. It was an assignment over the March on Washington that I did for History class. Surprisingly I didn’t get in trouble for the ending.
Good Old Fashioned Business was a project I made in a week for 11th Grade US History class. I was in a team of 4 people and on the day we had set to shoot the project nobody showed up. Brian ended up coming over right before sunset and we rushed to get as much footage as possible in 10 minutes. A few days later with the help of my dad Brian and I filmed the headsplosion scene. We had two cameras positioned at an angle where my father wasn’t in shot and we had a cantaloupe positioned on top of a stick that was filled with KY Jelly and Styrofoam. My dad was to the left of me with a shotgun and simply pulled the trigger at the same time I did. I later digitally added in the coat behind the cantaloupe which looks pretty horrible if you look closely. I also made a nasty looking stump in Photoshop that I used as the spine sticking out after the wonderful headsplosion.