Monday, February 16, 2015

Episode 176 - Suburban Gothic

Excision was a favorite of most of your five favorite fingers, which made us eagerly anticipate director Richard Bates, Jr.'s follow-up, Suburban Gothic. Does it get SlasherCast approved stamped on it or will it dash the guys' dreams like that mysterious green filling in shitty chocolates? You have to listen to find out. Also, we give you a list of movies to watch next year with your horror loving Valentine and discuss changes in the show's schedule going forward.

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Music featured in this episode includes:

The Suburbs by Arcade Fire

Quick and to the Pointless by Queens of the Stone Age

C.R.E.A.M. by El Michels Affair



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Monday, February 9, 2015

Episode 175 - Dead Alive and Dear SlasherCast

Every 25 episodes, the guys like to hand over the reins to you the listener and answer any and all burning questions you may have for us. And boy, you did not let us down. This may be the best iteration of Dear SlasherCast yet! Also, the guys gaze in wild wonder at a movie from a little known director named Peter Jackson. Apparently he's recently made some movies about short people who walk everywhere or something. We review Dead Alive (a/k/a Braindead) and see if it deserves its reputation as a horror classic. Plus Mike's News and the usual laughs.

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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Episode 174 - Nightbreed (Director's Cut)

After much discussion on the show, it's finally time for the guys to jump on board Clive Barker's Nightbreed: The Director's Cut. Then, we get a glimpse into the mind of New Jersey Nick as we journey through his Flickchart horror top 20 and see if his picks match his real thoughts.


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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Episode 173 - The Guest

This has been a highly unusual week for your five middle fingers, and as such, you get an unusual (and belated) episode. This week, Mike and Dave check the peephole and decide to let The Guest by Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett in for a visit. It's a shortish episode, but we'll be back next week with Clive Barker's Nightbreed: The Director's Cut.

Until then, keep sending in your #DearSlasherCast questions by Twitter (don't forget the hashtag) on Facebook or by e-mail. There's only a week left to get them in!


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 Songs featured in this episode:

Hourglass by Survivor

The Stranger by Billy Joel

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Monday, January 12, 2015

Episode 172 - Late Phases

It's been a long time since the guys have seen a werewolf movie that pleased them (after all the last one watched for the show was Jack and Diane). So, the fingers approached Late Phases with due trepidation and a bad taste in their collective mouth. Will it rise above the mongrel pack or be just another dog to put down? You also get Mike's News and a list of the top 13 gimmicks in horror movies (be prepared to jump in Kane Hodder's time machine).

We record our next episode of Dear SlasherCast in a mere three weeks and we don't have nearly enough questions, so quit reading this and send yours in today!!!


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Friday, January 9, 2015

Side Effect - Episode 31 - The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Dave and D.A. Chaney discuss the final installment in Peter Jackson's Hobbit Trilogy, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.  

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Monday, January 5, 2015

Episode 171 - SlasherCast Year in Review

Well, 2014 is officially in the books, and this week the gang take a break from reviewing to reflect on the year that was. Yup, it's that time of year when your favorite fellows finger their five favorite films of the past year and cringe in memory over their worst movie of the year. Plus, the guys break out their crystal balls (delicately) to look at the 2015 releases and see what they're most excited to watch this year.

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