[Drive-In Double Feature] Embrace the Weird

I propose that you settle in for one of the most awkward nights of your cinematic-viewing life this weekend (after seeing Alien: Covenant, of course). Stepping out of character for a moment, the two movies I’ve chosen for this DIDF have nothing to do with this week’s episode, and they’re both fairly recent films. Both, … More [Drive-In Double Feature] Embrace the Weird

Tim Haverman’s Drive-In Double Feature

We’re talking double features on this week’s episode! Yesterday, our good friend Charley Reed supplied us with an excellent double feature. Today, Tim Haverman gets in on the game with his.   Blood For Dracula (1974) W/D: Paul Morrissey / S: Joe Dallesandro, Udo Kier, Vittoria de Sica Flesh For Frankenstein (1973) W/D: Paul Morrissey … More Tim Haverman’s Drive-In Double Feature

[Drive-In Double Feature] Never Sleep Again

You may not sleep after this double feature. Not because it’s too frightening, but because you’ll be so amped up you’ll want to run around your neighborhood punching children and kicking things (please don’t do that). On this week’s episode we talked about George A. Romero’s 1969 classic Night of the Living Dead. Naturally, our … More [Drive-In Double Feature] Never Sleep Again

[Drive-In Double Feature] Mel Gibson and Tom Atkins Walk Into a Bar…

This double feature came together for two simple reasons: 1.) We talked about revenge on this week’s podcast, and 2.) I was looking through my movie collection for a second movie one just stood out to me and I thought, These two just seem like they’ll play well together. Someone report back to me and … More [Drive-In Double Feature] Mel Gibson and Tom Atkins Walk Into a Bar…

Drive-In Double Feature: Nothing Is As It Seems

It’s that time again. It’s the weekend! I urge you to dedicate at least one of these nights to yourself. Or do what my mom did this weekend: take a four-day weekend. Hell, dedicate the whole damn weekend to yourself. You work hard. Whether it’s work, friends, family, or moonlighting as Batman, put that stuff … More Drive-In Double Feature: Nothing Is As It Seems