Outside the Cinema
Summary: Outside The Cinema is a weekly podcast that focuses on to cult movies of all kinds. We feature films running the gamut from Horror to Exploitation to Noir and Matial Arts and back. You know that random video you got on VHS from some random mom and pop video store when you were 12? Yeah, we covered it. So sit back and enjoy the OTC ride.
This week we break form and take a look at the new Zack Snyder Zombie flick "Army of the Dead" and we figured it was a good time to go back and take another look at his first feature the now classic remake of "Dawn of the Dead". It seems like Scott read our minds as he also dips his heavenly toes into the Snyder Zombie lake this week. Apparently Joe didn't get the message and managed to just keep doing the American Ninja series with the 3rd installment of the franchise.
Ollie picked "Tales From the Darkside" and we also cover the early Found footage flick "The Mcpherson Tape"
Reviews of The Beast from 1988 and Deep Blood from the depths of hell. Scott went on vacation and Joe relives memories of being a frat boy obsessed with Cannon movies.
This week we take a look back at the Zac Snyder dream world "Sucker Punch". We then travel to the oddly colored town of Boston Mills in the found footage flick "June 9" Joe finishes up the Subspecies series and Scott lets you know what his fav film of the year is so far.
This week we catch up on the stuff we were supposed to cover last week. The Dentist 2 and Savage Beach. Also make sure to check out Bill's new Spotify Exclusive podcast "Front 2 Back" Album commentary for full albums hits to deep cuts. check it out here https://anchor.fm/bill-fulkerson
Things got all messed up so here is the show we did not the one we promised.
Hey people, this week on the show Bill and Chris take look at the 1961 Dennis Hopper Mermaid tale Night Tide. Then we fast forward to the gogo 90's and book an appointment with Corbin Bernsen for The Dentist. Joe barks at the Full Moon and takes in the first of the Subspecies series and finally Scott stops but to give us the Godzilla Vs. Kong review no one wanted.
This week Chris attempts to Bore Bill to death with the Sci Fi Ted Talk "Creation of the Humanoids" and we take a look at the often over looked Blood Creek from 2009. Joe finishes up the Kickboxer series and Scott does what he does as only he can do.
Bill throws a wrench into everything by having the recording done aa day early. Luckily Chris was able to watch the films and Scott pulled together a segment. No joe though and honestly the dude needed a break anyway. Films reviewed this week are Death Smiles on a Murderer and Punk Rock Vacation.
This week Bill and Chris take a look at 2 flicks that are currently available on Prime. First we take the Mario Cuomo Bridge to "upstate NY" for the found footage film Evil Things. We then jump across the pond for the UK flick Outcast. Joe takes a stereotypical trip to Kickboxer 3 and Scott gets so confused he can't remember what anyone's name is anymore. Huge shout out to this weeks show sponsor "@LOYALTYANDDEVOTION" It is easy to say that these guys are quickly becoming the official clothing brand of the OTC family. They are currently running a storewide sale so don't miss out. WWW.LOYALTYANDDEVOTION.CO.UK
This week Bill and Chris ask you to Open Up and Say Ahhhh as we take a look at the Bret Michaels vanity project "A Letter From Death Row". After that we Unskinny Bop right along to the 1987 Bug flick "The Nest". Everyone's favorite Fallen Angel Joe Stops by to tell us about Kickboxer 2. We all know its Nothing But A Good Time when Scott and Holy Shit closes out the show. I had hoped he would Talk Dirty to me but alas Every Rose has It's Thorn and we need to end this punfest.
This week we review the British biker/undead cult favorite "Psychomania". Our second feature is the Argento story "Wax Mask". Joe finally gets away from the Witchcraft series and dives head first in the Kickboxer films. In what is almost a certain Tragedy you get to hear Bill try and find Scott's segment in the deep folders of his iPad. Once located we find that Scott watched another mid tier Netflix original.
Music Biopics this we as we take a look at the (although only partial) History of the all girl group "The Runaways" and the punk filth that was the short lived LA punk band The Germs and the film about them and their vocalist Darby Crash "What We Do is Secret". In what feels like it has been years in the making Joe finally gets to the end of the Witchcraft series with Witchcraft 16. In this week's Holy Shit we are getting worried about Scott since he keeps send unsolicited mole pics to Chris.
This week Bill and Chris take a look at 2 "Found Footage" flicks. First up is the faux doc Lake Mungo from 2010. We follow that up with Skew from 2011. Joe is coming dangerously close to finishing the Witchcraft series and Scott had a lousy Valentines day.