Somehow Sylvester Stallone got involved with OVER THE TOP, a movie in which he arm wrestles for the custody of his son. Made during the glory days of the 80’s where characters were more like caricatures, this film has men drinking oil and eating cigars in the middle of an amazing arm-wrestling tournament. And it has an epic soundtrack with Kenny Loggins.
Grab the Cannon Films Collection which includes OVER THE TOP: http://amzn.to/2nQwGxv
LOW BLOW, oh, LOW BLOW. What a gem we discovered in a random 12 movie set. Starring Leo Fong, LOW BLOW chronicles a private detective as he murders his way across America. There are some truly amazing scenes here for fans of bad movies.
Grab grab the 12 movie DVD with LOW BLOW here: http://amzn.to/2l4urEb
For our special, emphasis on SPECIAL, Christmas episode, we checked out SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT 2. The star of the film, Eric Freeman, gives one of the most gloriously over-the-top performances you’ll ever see. If you’re looking for a bad movie with a murderous Santa Claus this holiday season, then this movie is for you.
Grab a two-disk set of both movies on DVD here: http://amzn.to/2hAlYI1
Our review of the amazing Terror in Beverly Hills. Frank Stallone stars in one of the most hilariously bizarre action films you’ll ever see. But even better than Frank is the inimitable Cameron Mitchell. Every scene he’s in is an absolute gem.
Grab a copy of the horribly produced DVD here: http://amzn.to/2fR6Un7
The inimitable Future War. If you want to watch a bad movie about cyborgs, dinosaurs, martial arts, time travel, and promiscuous nuns then Future War is for you. This is one of the all-time best bad movies. Daniel Bernhardt stars in the movie that isn’t in the future and doesn’t have a war in it.
Grab a copy here: http://amzn.to/2f5Jqu9
Our second episode is way better than the first. We get better with age. And significantly more booze. And a better movie. We’ve got all kinds of stuff over on the FINAL GUYS HORROR PODCAST site, so hop on over and check us out.
This week the Final Guys’ main feature is The Blackcoat’s Daughter, a long-awaited horror film now available on VOD. It’s written and directed by Oz Perkins and stars Emma Roberts, Lucy Boynton, Kiernan Shipka, James Remar and Lauren Holly. It’s an atmospheric, tense thriller with plenty of horrific moments that you’ll not soon forget. However, there was some disagreement among the guys about just how good this movie really is. The result was a spirited and humorous discussion you’re sure to enjoy.
We also have plenty of movie, TV and book reviews for you. Movies include Heidi, Loch Ness Terror, Chupacabra Territory, A Dark Song, Sam Was Here, The Similars and Summer Camp.We also cover The Keepers, a TV show available on Netflix.
The Final Guys: The Final Word on Horror
I’ve started a new project called FINAL GUYS HORROR PODCAST with my friends from the Monster Men, Jack Campisi and horror author Hunter Shea. Each week we’ll be reviewing the newest releases in horror movies, books, and television while constantly giving each other shit. Lots of laughs and lots of horror await. The new episodes will post every Wednesday morning on our website, but if you want to interact with us you can watch us record each show live every Tuesday at 7PM EST on YouTube! Check out our first episode below!
Welcome to the first episode of The Final Guys, hosted by Jason Brant, Jack Campisi and Hunter Shea. What you’ve got here is a humorous horror podcast covering movies, TV shows books, games, comics and anything else a genre-lover might enjoy.
Our main feature review this week is the new Ridley Scott film, Alien: Covenant. It’s a sequel to 2012’s Prometheus and a prequel to the Alien movies. Alien: Covenant boasts some impressive cast members including Danny McBride, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup and Michael Fassbender. It’s also has plenty of Xenomorphs, face-huggers and bursting chests.
We’ve also got thoughts and reviews on a whole bunch of movies we’ve been watching on VOD including House at Willow Street, A Dark Song, Tank 432, Viral, Godzilla vs. Space Godzilla and finally we revisit an old, forgotten favorite, Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight. (Perhaps Billy Zane’s finest moment.) We also take few minutes to talk about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and The Haunted Forest Tour, a cool book by James A. Moore and Jeff Strand.
The Final Guys: The Final Word on Horror
We checked out the bad (terrible) movie, MUTILATIONS (1987), with the help of some good beer and Jason’s righteous mullet wig. This movie had some of the worst special effects we’ve ever seen. It has to be seen to be believed. You haven’t witnessed aliens, UFOs, and bizarre Mormon conspiracy theories like this before.
Grab a copy of Mutilations: http://amzn.to/2ftpx5G
For episode 28, J.D. pounded down some 711 iced coffee like a boss. We chatted about the business of selling books, character importance in zombie novels, working for the government, and rocking a pizza shop.
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