Podcast: Ross And Phil Talk… Their Favourite Horror Films: A 31 Films Of Halloween Special

Podcast: Ross And Phil Talk… Their Favourite Horror Films: A 31 Films Of Halloween Special

Ross and Phil Talk Movies The Podcasts

On this episode of the podcast, and in honour of #31filmsofhalloween, we talk about our favourite (not best) Horror Films from the past five decades.  From slasher films to found footage, we give to you the horror films that really connected with us.

Hosted by Award winning filmmaker Ross Boyask and blogger/writer/failed former filmmaker Phil Hobden.

Discussed: Invasion of The Body Snatches, Dawn of The Dead, Alien, Jaws, Day Of The Dead, Gremlins, The Thing, EviL Dead 2, Threads, The Blair Witch Project, Scream, Candyman, Zombieland: Double Tap, Breaking Bad, IT Chapter 2, Darkman, Happy Death Day, Happy Death Day 2U, Bloodline, Parasite, Piranha, The Omen, Halloween, American Werewolf In London, Friday The 13th Part 6: Jason Lives, The Fly, Chopping Mall, Event Horizon, Arrowverse, Tremors, Braindead, Nightbreed, Army Of Darkness, From Dusk ’Till Dawn, Night Of The Living Dead (1990), The Frighteners, Night Of The Living Dead, 28 Days Later, Saw, Dawn of The Dead (2004), Shaun of The Dead, Ginger Snaps, Final Destination, The Mist, Wild Things, Drag Me To Hell, Jeepers Creepers, Dog Soldiers, The Descent, Raw, Cabin In The Woods, The Babadook, Your Next, Get Out, A Quiet Place, Train To Busan, Piranha 3D, Dead Set

For more on Ross Boyask search @RossBoyask on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Also check out @EvoFilmsUK online.

For more on Phil Hobden check out www.philhobden.co.uk , Twitter (@PhilQuickReview) and Instagram (RossAndPhilTalkMovies

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Critters Attack (2019) – A Quick Capsule Review

Critters Attack (2019) – A Quick Capsule Review

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Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
Anyone that know’s me knows I have a fondness for all thing s 80’s horror.  Especially cheaply made horror franchises… and they’d not get any cheaper than Critters Attack, the latest in the very long running (and long dormant) Critters franchise.  Yup the nasty Crites return to Earth to… well kill people… but this time there’s a new Critter and… well who cares right? Simply put if you have never seen a Critters film this probably isn’t your jumping off point as there is little new or fresh here.  But for those that have it’s more of the same… it’s silly, cheap and fun, passing the time with its high kill rate and short run time.   Just don’t expect an Academy Award winner here…

Best Bit: Critters ball!

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If You Liked this Try: Critters, Ghoulies, Tremors 

 


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Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell (2018) – A Quick Capsule Review

Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell (2018) – A Quick Capsule Review

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Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell is the 6th film in the popular and endearing Tremors franchise and once again sees the return of Michael Gross as Burt Gummer once again fighting those pesky Garboids.  This time in the Canadian artic.  Hmmm.  Okay so by this point you kinda know what you are going to get with a Tremors films – low budget, silly, OTT and perfunctory.  And Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell delivers on those low expectations.  It’s not terrible by any stretch but it does little new.  So passes the time for sure but little else.

Best Bit: Capturing a graboid.

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If You Liked this Try: Tremors, Tremors 2, Tremors 5

 

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Tremors 5 Bloodlines – A Quick Capsule Review (Revisited)

Tremors 5 Bloodlines – A Quick Capsule Review (Revisited)

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Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
Okay so if you are new to the Tremors film this probably ISN’T the place to start, but Tremors 5 is a fun return to form after the somewhat lacking Tremors 4.  Okay it still feels super cheap but i’ve always had somewhat of a soft spot for these silly creature features. So if your idea of fun is underground worms killing people on a low budget there’s few films that do it better.  Fans will love it.

Best Bit: Hell – Ass Blasters always make me laugh!

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If You Liked this Try: Tremors 1, Tremors 2, Tremors 3

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Phil’s Top 5… Monster Movies!

Phil’s Top 5… Monster Movies!

Other Cr*p Top 5

Each week Phil, from Phil’s Quick Capsule Review, takes a look at a different movie or TV related Top Five.  This time out: Monster Movies!

 

Close but no cigar: King Kong (1933), Godzilla (1954), Cloverfiled, Troll Hunter, Lake Placid

5 – Tremors
Okay so not on the same par as many here, but Tremors was the monster movie done on a budget with a splatter of humour and a dollop of Kevin Bacon.  And it works.  Full of heart and charm, Tremors remains a gem of a movie.

4 – The Fly
Cronenberg does body horror better than most, and here Jeff Goldblum slowly turns into the horrific brundlefly after an scientific mix up.  It’s scary, it’s brutal, it’s brilliant.

3 – Alien
Alien is the monster movie set in space.  The unstoppable killer born from an egg, hatched in a chest and then released on an unarmed and (mostly) unsuspecting crew. And it’s good.  Really good.

2 – Jaws
Jaws was the perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. Had everything gone to plan we’d have seen much more of Bruce the shark.  As it was the fault animatronics caused Spielberg to get creative and a legend was born.

1 – The Thing
Carpenter’s horror remake of sorts was a commercial flop on its release. But years later it’s not only considered a cult favourite but by many one of the best horror monster films of all time. Even today, years later, its almost perfect.

 

 

 

Blog: All Things Film – Filmsploitation Podcast Cult Movies

Blog: All Things Film – Filmsploitation Podcast Cult Movies

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So as we approach the 3 year anniversary of the Filmsploitation Podcast, we’re taking a look back over some of the history of the Podcast and how it’s changed.  For the first 40 or so Podcasts from Filmsploitation, our guest host got to pick the weeks Cult Film.  From the classic to the obscure, the popular to the never seen, here we present a list of each and ever one of them.

In our eyes all must see movies…

No they are. Really.  See them now.  NOW we tell you. Now.

So how many have you seen?

For more check out the IMDB, Youtube or where possible pick up a copy from Amazon or the like.

Episode #041: Deliverance

Episode #040: Ed Wood

Episode #039: Lost Boys 

Episode #037: Alien

Episode #036: Withnail & I

Episode #035: A Fish Called Wanda

Episode #034: Glen Gary Glen Ross 

Episode #032: Sleepaway Camp

Episode #031: Heathers

Episode #029: Adventures Of Ford Fairlane 

Episode #027: Bloodsport

Episode #026: True Romance

Episode #025: Labyrinth

Episode #023: Twin Peaks

Episode #022: Prince Of Darkness

Episode #021:  The Toxic Avenger

Episode #020: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Episode #019: The Blues Brothers

Episode #018: The Hidden

Episode #017: From Dusk Till Dawn

Episode #016: Repo Man

Episode #015: The Sentinel

Episode #012: Lady Hawke

Episode #011: Gymkata

Episode #010: The Warriors

Episode #008: The Cannonball Run

Episode #007: The Princess Bride

Episode #006: Tremors

Episode #005: Do The Right Thing

Episode #004: Dellamorte Dellamore

Episode #003: The Stuff

Episode #002: They Live

Episode #001: Never Too Young To Die

Author: Phil Hobden