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Severin Contest (4 Year Anniversary)– 0:12
“The Bloodhound” Review – 2:00
“Sacrifice” Review– 5:45
“Shin Godzilla” Review– 10:07
Patreon “Lost Highway” Review – 14:32
Survive 2005 “The Glass Trap” Review– 20:30
Survive 2005 “The Jacket” – 23:09
Survive 2005 “Hellraiser: Deader” Review – 26:01
Survive 2005 “Antibodies.” Review – 30:16
Survive 2005 “The Atrocity Circle” Review– 34:03
Survive 2005 “Corpse Bride” Review with Jeremy– 40:42
Blindspot “Carnival of Souls” Review with Jeremy – 49:28
Questions/ Answers/ Question of the Week “What changes would you like to see to the show? Skits, better editing, anything else?” – 1:05:33 / 1:07:25 / 1:17:14
Update – 1:17:50
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"The Bloodhound" Blu-Ray Review (Arrow Video)
First-time feature director Patrick Picard brings a fresh take to one of the best-known stories from the master of mystery and the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher, in his new slow-burner horror-thriller The Bloodhound, a hauntingly atmospheric tale described by The Hollywood News as "an impressively stylish and intellectual debut". Francis (Liam Aiken, A Series of Unfortunate Events), a dispossessed young man, is summoned to the secluded home of his wealthy childhood friend, JP Luret (Joe Adler, The Maze Runner), who is suffering from a mysterious affliction. Upon his arrival, Francis realizes that JP and his ethereal twin sister Vivian (Annalise Basso, Ouija: Origin of Evil) are the sole surviving members of the privileged Luret family, whose legacy has been one of depression and self-destruction, and the only occupants of their family estate. As the old friends attempt to reconnect, a number of inexplicable incidents begin to occur within the house, and Francis finds himself drawn into a world of malaise and despair, where an act of betrayal might provide his only way out... From Leal Naim and Thomas R. Burke, producers of The Endless and Synchronic, and featuring some remarkable performances from its trio of lead actors, The Bloodhound leads you on a journey exploring themes that are as relevant to today as ever before, such as the yearning for emotional connection, the perils of social isolation and the fragility of mental health.
High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation
Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
Brand new audio commentary by director Patrick Picard and editor David Scorca
Four experimental short films by director Patrick Picard: bad dream, the muffled hammerfall in action, the mosaic code and wiggleworm
On the Trail of The Bloodhound: Behind the Scenes of a Modern Chiller, exclusive 45-minute making-of featurette
FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated booklet featuring new writing on the film by Anton Bitel
Arrow Video – https://www.arrowvideo.com/
“The Bloodhound” Blu-Ray – https://mvdshop.com/products/the-bloodhound-blu-ray
"Sacrifice" Blu-Ray Review (Epic Pictures)
While visiting a remote Norwegian Island, a couple are drawn into a sinister cult that worships a sea-dwelling deity.
After his mother’s death, Isaac and his pregnant wife return to his birthplace on a remote Norwegian island to claim on unexpected inheritance. During their visit, the couple discover dark secrets from Isaac’s past. Their pleasant trip quickly turns into a nightmare when Isaac and his wife encounter a sinister cult that worships a sea-dwelling deity.
Epic Pictures – https://epic-pictures.com/
“Sacrifice” Blu-Ray – https://mvdshop.com/products/sacrifice-blu-ray
"Shin Godzilla" Streaming Review (VUDU)
REALITY (JAPAN) VS. FICTION (GODZILLA).
When a massive, gilled monster emerges from the deep and tears through the city, the government scrambles to save its citizens. A rag-tag team of volunteers cuts through a web of red tape to uncover the monster’s weakness and its mysterious ties to a foreign superpower. But time is not on their side – the greatest catastrophe to ever befall the world is about to evolve right before their very eyes.
“Shin Godzilla” Blu-Ray – https://www.amazon.com/Shin-Godzilla-Movie-Blu-ray-Digital/dp/B08NVVW8XF/
"Lost Highway" Blu-Ray Review (Kino Lorber)
Haunting sexuality, ricochet action and fleeting, murderous shadows await you on a journey that begins and ends on the Lost Highway. The successful jazz musician whose marriage is on the rocks... The man in black who threatens to expose him... The young mechanic with links to a powerful mobster... The mobster’s moll, who knows what she wants and the people who can get it for her. These are the riders on the Lost Highway, trapped in their worlds of desire, destiny, and unknown destination, where the truth is always just a short way further down the road. Featuring an electrifying soundtrack and a star-studded cast including Bill Pullman (Malice), Patricia Arquette (True Romance), Robert Blake (Busting), Balthazar Getty (White Squall), Gary Busey (Silver Bullet), Richard Pryor (Blue Collar) and Robert Loggia (Prizzi’s Honor), Lost Highway is an extraordinary, sensual fever dream from legendary filmmaker David Lynch (Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks).
Kino Lorber – https://www.kinolorber.com/
“Lost Highway” Blu-Ray – https://www.kinolorber.com/product/lost-highway-blu-ray
Survive 2005 "The Glass Trap" Review
When an army of radioactive ants are unknowingly carted into a skyscraper, a group of people have to find a way out before they’re eaten one by one.
“The Glass Trap” DVD –
Survive 2005 "The Jacket" Review
TERROR HAS A NEW NAME.
A military veteran goes on a journey into the future, where he can foresee his death and is left with questions that could save his life and those he loves.
“The Jacket” DVD – https://www.amazon.com/Jacket-Massy-Tadjedin/dp/B0009G3B0G/
Survive 2005 "Hellraiser: Deader" Review
THE LATEST. MOST TERRIFYING EVIL.
In London, after investigating crack addicted junkies for an article in her newspaper, Amy Klein watches a bizarre videotape where an underground group of youngsters in Bucharest apparently becoming zombies. Amy finds Marla dead with a puzzle cube in her hands. She brings the object to her hotel room, and opens it, beginning her journey to hell.
“Hellraiser: Deader” 6 movie set –
Survive 2005 "Antibodies" DVD Review (Dark Sky Films)
German director Christian Alvart (Case 39) creates a psychological thriller with shocking twists and turns from the moment it hits the screen. Serial killer Gabriel Engel has brutally slaughtered at least a dozen boys and creates art with their blood. When the psychopath is captured, Berlin police is poised to close the string of murders. But in a nearby village, a simple rural cop, Michael Martens, is consumed with solving the homicide of a young local girl. In spite of the evidence, he is convinced that the crimes are connected. As Michael hopes to get a confession from Gabriel, his inquiries pull him into the twisted mind of the deranged killer. When the investigation takes an unexpected turn, the real killer may be much closer to Michael than ever imagined.
“Antibodies” DVD –
Survive 2005 "The Atrocity Circle" DVD Review
Brandon is raising a family with his beautiful wife Lisa and going to school to become a doctor. But after seeing a horrible victim of rape he recovers memories of his high school sweetheart Samantha being raped and committing suicide. He decides he can no longer handle the memories without getting revenge for her. So he goes back to his hometown to get bloody vengeance, but some of the men he once knew are now FAR MORE dangerous
“The Atrocity Circle” –
Script to "Last House on Dead End Street 2"
Survive 2005 "Corpse Bride" Review
THERE’S BEEN A GRAVE MISUNDERSTANDING.
Set in a 19th-century european village, this stop-motion animation feature follows the story of Victor, a young man whisked away to the underworld and wed to a mysterious corpse bride, while his real bride Victoria waits bereft in the land of the living.
“Corpse Bride” Blu-Ray – https://www.amazon.com/Tim-Burtons-Corpse-Bride-Blu-ray/dp/B000I5XOWI/
Blindspot Episode 48 "Carnival of Souls" Blu-Ray Review (Criterion)
A young woman (Candace Hilligoss) in a small Kansas town survives a drag race accident, then agrees to take a job as a church organist in Salt Lake City. En route, she is haunted by a bizarre apparition that compels her toward an abandoned lakeside pavilion. Made by industrial filmmakers on a small budget, the eerily effective B-movie classic Carnival of Souls was intended to have “the look of a Bergman and the feel of a Cocteau”—and, with its strikingly used locations and spooky organ score, it succeeds. Herk Harvey’s macabre masterpiece gained a cult following on late-night television and continues to inspire filmmakers today.
New, restored 4K digital transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
Selected-scene audio commentary featuring director Herk Harvey and screenwriter John Clifford
New interview with comedian and writer Dana Gould
New video essay by film critic David Cairns
The Movie That Wouldn’t Die!, a documentary on the 1989 reunion of the film’s cast and crew
The Carnival Tour, a 2000 update on the film’s locations
Excerpts from movies made by the Centron Corporation, an industrial film company based in Lawrence, Kansas, that once employed Harvey and Clifford
Outtakes, accompanied by Gene Moore’s organ score
History of the Saltair Resort in Salt Lake City, where key scenes in the film were shot
English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
PLUS: An essay by writer and programmer Kier-La Janisse
New cover by Edward Kinsella
Criterion – https://www.criterion.com/
“Carnival of Souls” Blu-Ray – https://www.criterion.com/films/607-carnival-of-souls
Ask a Question/ Answer a Question
What changes would you like to see on the show? Skits/ better editing/ music/ intro?
The Bloodhound – 2020 – Patrick Picard
Sacrifice – 2021 – Toor Mian/Andy Collier
Shin Godzilla – 2016 – Hideaki Anno
Lost Highway – 1997 – David Lynch
The Glass Trap – 2005 – Fred Olen Ray
The Jacket – 2005 – John Maybury
Hellraiser: Deader – 2005 – Rick Bota
Antibodies – 2005 – Christian Alvart
The Atrocity Circle – 2005 – Andrew Copp
Corpse Bride – 2005 – Tim Burton
Carnival of Souls – 1962 – Herk Harvey