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The Last House on the Left (2009) {For Annual Subscribers} {Last House on the Left Series}

What are the odds that Wes Craven’s sexually-explicit shocker Last House On The Left would be revived 37 years later to terrorize a new generation? Is today’s average teenager better equipped to evade the grisly fate that befell the 1972 victims?  And what everyday household items will parents Tony Goldwin (Scandal) and Monica Potter (Saw) repurpose to exact revenge on Krug and his brood once the unwitting criminals arrive on their doorstep? Find out how bad the housing crisis of 2009 really was when you become a Now Playing Silver Level Donor.   

 

 

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The Last House on the Left (2009) {Bonus} {Last House on the Left Series}

What are the odds that Wes Craven’s sexually-explicit shocker Last House On The Left would be revived 37 years later to terrorize a new generation? Is today’s average teenager better equipped to evade the grisly fate that befell the 1972 victims?  And what everyday household items will parents Tony Goldwin (Scandal) and Monica Potter (Saw) repurpose to exact revenge on Krug and his brood once the unwitting criminals arrive on their doorstep? Find out how bad the housing crisis of 2009 really was when you become a Now Playing Silver Level Donor.   

Tremors (1990) {Tremors Series}

What’s shaking at Now Playing these days?  Jakob, Stuart, and Arnie are moving to Perfection, Nevada to join the cult devoted to Tremors.  The fun begins with a fresh look at the original 1990 creature feature, in which bickering handymen Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward contend with a stampede of supersized, subterranean worms gobbling up their town. Can the Footloose hunk make moves on a geologist while wriggling out of a tight spot?  And are Michael Gross (Family Ties) and country singer Reba MacEntire comedic dynamite together? Listen and Find Out!

The Last House on the Left (1972) - Podcast Announcement and Warning {Trailer}

A decade before his landmark slasher A Nightmare On Elm Street gave ‘80s mallrats insomnia, writer/director Wes Craven invited hippies inside The Last House On The Left for a tour of extreme horror movie violence.  What happens when four escaped psychopaths accept hospitality from the parents of the 17-year-old girl they just murdered?  Does revenge taste even more delicious served up as a home cooked meal on turned tables? Find out if this 1972 grindhouse classic still kills by becoming a Now Playing Silver Level Donor this Fall.

The Last House on the Left (1972) {For Annual Subscribers} {Last House on the Left Series}

A decade before his landmark slasher A Nightmare On Elm Street gave '80s mallrats insomnia, writer/director Wes Craven invited hippies inside The Last House On The Left for a tour of extreme horror movie violence.  What happens when four escaped psychopaths accept hospitality from the parents of the 17-year-old girl they just murdered?  Does revenge taste even more delicious served up as a home cooked meal on turned tables? Find out if this 1972 grindhouse classic still kills by becoming a Now Playing Silver Level Donor this Fall.

 

NOTE: This listing is for annual subscribers to our show. You can also get this movie review individually for a small donation.

Every dollar you donate goes to make this show the best it can be. Thank you for your support and we hope you enjoy the podcast!

The Last House on the Left (1972) {Bonus} {Last House on the Left Series}

A decade before his landmark slasher A Nightmare On Elm Street gave '80s mallrats insomnia, writer/director Wes Craven invited hippies inside The Last House On The Left for a tour of extreme horror movie violence.  What happens when four escaped psychopaths accept hospitality from the parents of the 17-year-old girl they just murdered?  Does revenge taste even more delicious served up as a home cooked meal on turned tables? Find out if this 1972 grindhouse classic still kills by becoming a Now Playing Silver Level Donor this Fall.

The New Mutants {X-Men Series} {Marvel Series} {Comic Book Movies Series}

After ghosting audiences for the last three years, The New Mutants are finally ready to shut the history books on a half century of Boomer adventures, and let today's generation have their say about the X-Men. Will the five central Millennials prove to be superheroes or snowflakes once nightmare creatures pop the protective bubble surrounding their world? And is she-wolf Rahne (Maisie Williams) the next Hugh Jackman, or do expectations flame out like Berto (Henry Zaga) when these kids are compared to MCU icons?  The struggle is real so Listen Now!   

Clerks {For Annual Subscribers}

Jakob, Stuart, and Arnie weren’t even supposed to podcast today!  But because Now Playing listeners are always demanding new content, and regular customer Sean Ray made a special request, the hosts are rolling out of bed to run a price check on the 1994 comedy Clerks.  What is Kevin Smith’s super thrifty debut film worth to slackers and service industry workers 26 years later?  And what would surly cashiers Dante and Randal say about the sex habits of executive producer Harvey Weinstein now? Only September Patrons will be served! 

     

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Bill and Ted Face The Music {Bill and Ted Series}

Current events putting you in a heinous mood? Never fear… fiftysomething metalheads Bill and Ted have seen the future, and return to the big screen ready to perform a song destined to heal an off-kilter universe. Have Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter grown up in the 29 years since their last cinematic adventure? And can daughters Billie and Thea traverse time and sign Jimi Hendrix, Mozart, and Death (William Sadler) to play in their dads’ defunct band Wyld Stallyns? It’s easier to Face The Music with friends Jakob, Arnie, and Stuart in your ear. Listen Now!

The Dark Crystal {For Annual Subscribers}

Jim Henson and Frank Oz push the art of puppetry to a new level of sophistication with their expensive 1982 fantasy The Dark Crystal.  But does being a fan of Kermit and Fozzie prepare you for a Muppet movie this morbid?  Elfin genocide survivors Jen and Kira take on a depraved breed of Big Birds known as Skeksis, who are using the title gem to drain their planet of life essence.  Have Stuart, Arnie, and Jakob ever stopped crying from the trauma caused by their initial theatrical viewing? Find out when you become a Now Playing Patron this August!          

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