This week’s reviews includes the new DVD special edition of George Romero’s classic vampire drama Martin, abortion satire Citizen Ruth and bloody yakuza epic Battles Without Honour and Humanity. Plus listener feedback and the chance to win a copy of Romero’s Martin and Day of the Dead on DVD!
More cult movie reviews and chat, with reviews of Eli Roth’s gory horror hit Hostel and savage political satire Punishment Park, and in the first part of their Yakuza thriller festival, Ben and Dan look at the truly bizarre Branded To Kill.
This week’s reviews include Belgian backwoods horror Calvaire and demented Korean sci-fi comedy Save The Green Planet, plus in the final part of their Spaghetti Western season, Dan and Ben tackle the Lee Van Cleef classic The Big Gundown.
This week our intrepid duo take a look at Lars Von Trier's controversial racial drama Manderlay, lost 60s cult classic Pretty Poison starring Anthony Perkins, and in the third part of their Spaghetti Western festival, 1973 western comedy My Name Is Nobody. Plus listener feedback.
Twisted Japanese drama Vital comes under the microscope this week, plus the hilarious vampire comedy Revenant and in the second part of their Spaghetti Western festival, Ben and Dan review the Lee Van Cleef-starrer Death Rides A Horse. Plus listener feedback.
This week's reviews include brutal Australian western The Proposition, dark Hollywood drama Ivansxtc and in the first part of the Mondo Movie Spaghetti Western festival, Ben and Dan review surreal Django Kill: If You Live Shoot. Plus the winner of the logo competition is revealed!
Another week, another dose of chaotic cult movie chat from Ben and Dan. This week’s show covers the dark road movie The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things, directed Asia Argento, 70s Italian cop caper The Violent Professionals and Sam Peckinpah’s classic Straw Dogs. Plus reader feedback!
More cult movie reviews and chat from Dan Auty and Ben Howard. This week they tackle a pair of classic Sam Peckinpah westerns – The Wild Bunch and Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid – plus a triple-bill of trashy Italian post-apocalypse movies – The New Barbarians, 2019: After The Fall of New York and The Bronx Warriors.