Richard Stanley's little-seen cult horror Dust Devil comes under discussion this week, along with Gasper Noe's controversial Irreversible and in the last part of the Almodovar festival, the complex thriller/drama Bad Education. Plus a chance to win a copy of Tsui Hark's martial arts fest Seven Swords!
Another week, another dose of chaotic cult movie chat from Ben and Dan. This week’s show covers trashy gore classics Flesh For Frankenstein and Blood For Dracula, indie comedy Roger Dodger and in the second of the Pedro Almodovar festival, Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown.
The new deluxe Criterion DVD of Richard LInklater's teen classic Dazed and Confused comes under discussion this week, along with Fritz Lang's '30s crime thriller The Testament of Dr Mabuse and in the first part of the Pedro Almodovar season, the nuns-on-smack comedy Dark Habits. Plus your chance to win a copy of giallo The Fifth Cord!
This week's reviews include the notorious 70s sleazefest Last House on Dead Street, offbeat rural crime thriller Prime Cut and in the last part of the giallo festival, the truly bizarre Death Laid An Egg
It’s a Ray Harryhausen special this week, as Ben and Dan interview the legendary special effects genius himself, and review two of his classic fantasy adventures – Jason and the Argonauts and Clash of the Titans.
More cult movie reviews, this week focusing on futuristic French action fest District 13, creepy horror Session 9 and in the third part of the Mondo giallo festival, the stylish thriller The Fifth Cord. Plus listener feedback and very exciting news about show 25!
James Gunn's hilarious 80s splatter homage Slither comes under discussion this week, along with classic Vietnam-vets-out-for-revenge tale Rolling Thunder and Italian murder mystery Death Walks at Midnight, the first part of the Mondo Movie Giallo festival.
More cult movie reviews and chat, including reviews of Chen Kaige’s epic martial arts fantasy The Promise, classic Brit chiller The Company of Wolves and in the concludng part of the yakuza festival, Takashi Miike’s moody thriller Rainy Dog. Plus Ken Russell and guilty DVD pleasures...