Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Octoberama 2015, Vol. 1: Near Dark/The Lost Boys

Octoberama has returned!

For the second straight year, we go back and review some classic movies, with new episodes every week in October! We kick off the 2015 edition with Week of the Vampire, where we review the movies Near Dark and The Lost Boys.

There is no Horror Business this week, so just relax and enjoy these bloodsucking reviews. We'll be back in just one short week with another full episode.

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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Episode 47 - Cooties/The Green Inferno

Taylor of Terror has returned!

Episode 47 kicks off with Horror Business about the real world horrors of tequila, as well as a "Legendary" haunted attraction. We also discuss new TV shows, including one based on Stephen King's The Mist, one starring Bruce Campbell, and one from Rob Zombie and Mila Kunis. Yes, Mila Kunis. We also discuss a couple remakes, namely A Nightmare on Elm Street and The Crow.

We have two highly anticipated movie reviews this episode, with the horror comedy Cooties and Eli Roth's cannibal flick The Green Inferno. Both of these films were supposed to come out long ago, but due to varying reasons have not. UNTIL NOW. Were they worth the wait? You'll have to listen to find out!

So enjoy a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!

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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Episode 46 - Bloodsucking Bastards/Sinister 2

Strap in and get ready for another long one (that's what he said?).

Taylor was absent for this episode. So in his stead, Tony's dad, John, returns to the show for the first time since Episode 16! As you might remember from that one, John has a lot to say, so we have a lengthy episode for you again. They stayed... mostly on topic.

We start off with a fresh batch of Horror Business. In Real World Horror, tragedy strikes the horror world with the death of a legend, and a nutcase forces children to watch a movie about a nutcase. A surprising (see: disappointing) bit of casting news from the Ghostbusters set is explained. We cover sequel and remake news with updates on Trick 'r Treat 2, Jeepers Creepers 3, the Waxwork remake, and the former director of the IT adaptation speaks out.

In typical Grave Plot fashion, we review two movies. First up is the sequel to the hugely popular film, Sinister. Aptly named... wait for it... Sinister 2. Does it live up to its predecessor? Next, we talk about the horror-comedy vamp flick, Bloodsucking Bastards. Did we laugh, or did we think it just sucked? (See what I did there?)

Gather 'round, criss-cross applesauce, and hear all this and more on this exciting episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!

P.S. Lately, it seems, it wouldn't be a GPP episode if there weren't some technical issues, so we apologize for the intermittent static. It cuts out about an hour or so in.

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Sunday, September 6, 2015

Drunken Cinema LIVE!

Last night, in the small town of Enumclaw, WA, the birthplace of Taylor of Terror, The Grave Plot Podcast took the stage at the Chalet Theatre. For the first time ever, Taylor and SkeleTony sat in front of a live crowd and performed a Drunken Cinema. We watched Evil Dead II and drank heavily while the crowd chimed in as well. It was a great chance for us to connect with our audience and for everyone to experience the Drunken Cinema experience in person. Check out our Facebook for photos as well as information on when we're going to do it again. CHEERS!

Friday, September 4, 2015

Drunken Cinema, Vol. 8: American Psycho

Looking at my Jean Paul Gaultier watch, it would seem that's it that time once again. The boys are back and belligerent for another round of Drunken Cinema.

Tonight's movie of choice is one of the movies that Taylor and Tony first bonded over, the mind-bending slasher flick American Psycho.

Of course, it wouldn't be Drunken Cinema without a relevant cocktail and today is no exception. The cocktail this time around is Patrick Bateman's favorite, a J&B straight and a Corona.
6 oz J&B Scotch whiskey
1 Corona 
Pour J&B into rocks glass with ice, take cap off Corona, drink separately.
So put on your raincoat, grab your Walkman, and enjoy. That is, unless you need to go return some videotapes. Cheers.

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