Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of Terror Tuesday at Cinema Recall. Instead of reviewing just one movie. Our host The Vern is joined by none other than the Zombie Kitty Podcast (@zkittypodcast) to go over their top five most iconic moments in horror movies. They also get into why it's a good thing to join a marathon running team. They also discuss the theory that Jigsaw may in fact be a time lord. Listen and let us know if you agree or disagree with our list.
Travis Milloy is an independent filmmaker whose latest movie, Infinity Chamber, is now in wide release. We caught up with him for a talk about the film, along with a review of the movie.
Welcome movie fans, it's another edition of Terror Tuesday on the Cinema Recall Podcast. This week, host The Vern gets into the Halloween spirit and counts down his Top 5 all-time scariest films, with a few in there that might surprise. It's a ghoulish good time. Thanks for listening and sharing.
It’s Halloween so what better way to celebrate than sharing our favourite Asian Horror movies as we pit our selections against special guest Zoe (Zobo With A Shotgun).
We also look at the origin of the long haired ghosts, differences between Asian and Western horror and genre hopping plus much more!! You can find a full list of all the films covered on this episode on Letterboxd
From the Twin Cities Film Festival -- DriverX was written and directed by Harry Barrial and it stars Patrick Fabian as Leonard Moore, a husband and a father who takes a job as a driver for an Uber-like company in order to make more money. As the nights go on and the more he becomes accustomed to this lifestyle, Leonard's seemingly perfect life with his kids and wife (Tanya Clark) begins to take their toil in this very good dramedy.
In 1974, Tobe Hooper shocked the world when The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was released. This film wasn't just a horror film, it was a ride into hell. With its documentary style approach, it felt like all the events that were taking place on screen, actually did happen. It was found footage way before it was ever even thought of as a genre. In 1986, Hooper made a sequel that was met with some hatred when it was first released. Now over 30 years, it may be the best sequel this series ever made.
From the Twin Cities Film Festival - The Year of Spectacular Men is about a woman who struggles to navigate the seemingly incessant failures of adulthood, the reality of a substandard dating pool and a debilitating fear of top-sheets, all in between X-Files marathons.