This week the boys take a peek at Brazil’s first horror movie, AT MIDNIGHT I’LL TAKE YOUR SOUL. Danny has been sitting on a sweet box set of it for awhile, so we thought best to finally peep it out and see how José Mojica Marins brought Coffin Joe to the world! Then we start … Continue reading 138. At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul (1964) (plus The Lighthouse reaction!)
A Zombie comedy with an interesting shtick was all the boys were expecting from this one, but the buzz around it couldn’t keep them away. Boy are they glad they decided to check this out! We’re used to movies being good and fun, but potentially inspirational? That’s a new one. Come check out what the … Continue reading 137. One Cut of the Dead (2017)
Halloween, the night HE came home…Dad that is. It amps it up a little if he’s returning from asylum right? right? The Fried Squirms are here this week to answer that very question and give their insights into this holiday treat.
This week on Fried Squirms the boys look at a story that shows why you might want to reconsider using hillbilly magic to seek revenge. It’s PUMPKINHEAD! This film, spearheaded by the legendary Stan Winston, spawned an instant classic monster, but what did the boys think of the rest?
OOOOOoooooo Witchy women, see how high they float off their bedroom floor….This week on Fried Squirms, the boys look into THE mid-90s witch movie, THE CRAFT. And don’t worry, it has a better soundtrack than a bad Eagles parody.
Alright everyone, out of your dead boxes, there’s a new slasher to pay attention to. The boys start in on Halloween month (don’t forget to guess the theme!) with a straight ahead slasher, filled with cool gore, a surprising cast, and a new slasher icon for the kids these days. This adds up to one … Continue reading 133. Laid to Rest (2009)
The Fried Squirms have looked south of the border before for their horror fare, but have possibly never found something quite as enchanting as this. A horror-tinged dark fairytale, TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID may have had the boys spellbound, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t have anything to say about it. Join in to listen … Continue reading 132. Tigers Are Not Afraid (2017)
Last week the boys got the chance to head on a little road trip to see Rob Zombie’s latest offering, so here’s their quick thoughts on how it plays out. RIP Sid Haig
No strangers to being a couple mallrats, the Squirms this week decide to make a little stop in Monroeville to pay respects to the Godfather of the Dead, George A. Romero. DAWN OF THE DEAD is a seminal zombie movie and well, we just really wanted to stop by Penneys.
With 3 From Hell just around the corner, the boys of Fried Squirms have circled back around to check in with the Firefly Family. Scattered from a police raid, the Fireflys lay low in the only way they know how while a sheriff hunts them for revenge. Both grittier and more touching than it’s predecessor, … Continue reading 130. The Devil’s Rejects (2005)