The exploration into the many horrors of Universal Studios continues as Cory shares his thoughts on The Wolf Man, starring Lon Chaney Jr., and Forest reviews the '90s wolf man interpretation Wolf, starring Jack Nicholson and Michelle Pfeiffer.
This week the Horror Duo leave behind Universal Studio's Dracula and move onward and upward to the Mary Shelly adapted Frankenstein - celebrating the films 85th anniversary and the books bicentennial. Forest begins by sharing his thoughts on both Frankenstein & The Bride of Frankenstein, which is followed by Cory discussing Roger Corman's Frankenstein Unbound.
The Horror Duo kick off a month of Universal Studios Horror as Cory discusses the lasting effects of the iconic Dracula starring Bela Lugosi. Forest follows this with Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula that breathes new life into the legend.
This week Forest watches a new film before the Horror Duo take on a month of old classics in October. He shares his thoughts on Don't Breathe - in theaters now. Cory continues his exploration into the collected works of Herchell Gordon Lewis as he reviews "the sleaziest movie in the history of the world", Suburban Roulette.
This week kicks off a month of Herschell Gordon Lewis films. Cory begins with one of his early nudie-cutie flicks, The Adventures of Lucky Pierre, followed by The Wizard of Gore - one of Lewis' most memorable splatter flicks. Finally, Forest reviews the separatist ghost film Two Thousand Maniacs.
This week the Horror Duo take on a pair of "indie dicks". Forest shares his thoughts on Bill Zebub's surrealist Dickshark that made him feel "like I was dead", and Cory learns all about genital vampirism with Fangboner.
This week the Horror Duo take on a pair of sex themed creature features. Forest shares his thoughts on Breeders, a film that is little more than a R-word peppered peep-show, and Cory reviews the thought provoking indie flick Harvest Lake, starring Ellie Church.
By CORY CARR
If you've been following the indie film scene at all, I'm sure you've noticed that there is one name that has been popping up again, and again. That name is Ellie Church -- a young actress who got her start with Troma and since has been making a name for herself by playing gun toting bad-asses, mid-west roller girls