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Cult Cinema Cavalcade

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A deep dive into the classic cult movies of all time. Relive the funny, powerful, and ridiculous moments of each of these films as we wrap up each discussion with a rating on whether you should see this movie.

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Guns
Our “Thankful For” Month focuses on Dona Speir, leading us back into the Andy Sidaris Universe!After a failed assassination attempt on her partner, DEA agent Donna Hamilton discovers that the crime lord responsible for her father’s death is coming after her and her associates.Dona’s book: The Naked Truth: The Fall and Rise of Dona Speir Movie Information: Guns Synopsis: After a failed assassination attempt on her partner, DEA agent Donna Hamilton discovers that the crime lord responsible for her father’s death is coming after her and her associates.Release date: November 9, 1990Director: Andy SidarisBox office: Music by: Richard LyonsScreenplay: Andy SidarisProduced By: Arlene Sidaris Movie Poster: Guns Movie Rating: Guns Stay Home with the Family Converted Drinking the Kool-Aid "The movie very much makes good on its title...you're gonna get explosions, you're gonna get ridiculous vehicles and you're gonna get mostly naked people. On that front; pretty good job!" Cullen "It was nice to step back into the Sidaris fold and this one gave me everything I like about them done pretty well. This one has a WTF factor that hasn't been present since Hard Ticket To Hawaii." Brandon Peters
Pieces
Happy Halloween from Cult Cinema Cavalcade!The co-eds of a Boston college campus are targeted by a mysterious killer who is creating a human jigsaw puzzle from their body parts. Episode Guest: Katie Rife Senior writer @TheAVClub Writer, Editor and Producer Follow Katie Twitter Link Pieces: Movie Information Synopsis: A frustrated Boston detective searches for the maniac responsible for mutilating a number of university coeds.Release date: September 23, 1983 (USA)Director: Juan Piquer SimónBox office: 2 million USDMusic composed by: Librado Pastor, Carlo Maria Cordio, Stelvio Cipriani, Fabio Frizzi, Enrico Pieranunzi, Alain LerouxScreenplay: Juan Piquer Simón, Joe D’Amato, Dick Randall, Roberto Loyola Pieces: Movie Poster Pieces: Movie Rating Stay Home with the Family Converted Drinking the Kool-Aid "This movie is like a lobotomy...It's like being high...Beam me up pieces." Katie Rife "This is nonsense! I don't know what's going on. It's a lot of fun. It is exactly what you think it is." Cullen "This is a blast, a total party movie." Brandon Peters
Legend of the Werewolf
A baby is brought up by wolves after they kill his parents. As a lad he is taken in by a second-rate travelling show, but one night when he is older he kills one of the troupe and runs away to Paris. Here he gets a job in a rundown zoo and falls for a girl who works in the local brothel. He resents her clients and whenever the moon is full gets extremely unpleasant about it. Episode Guest: Russell McGee Audio Editor at Big Finish Productions Russell McGee has worked as a Sound Designer on several stories for Big Finish.He currently works as the On-air Promotions Producer for WTIU, a PBS member station, in Bloomington. IN. Follow Russell Link Movie Info: Legend of the Werewolf Synopsis: A travelling circus in 19th century France adopts and showcases a feral “wolf boy”, who grows into adulthood only to kill the one-man band. He runs off to Paris, where he develops a jealous, overprotective crush on a prostitute, leading him to attack her client, incurring a pursuit by a determined police surgeon.Release date: April, 1975Director: Freddie FrancisBox office: Music composed by: Harry RobertsonScreenplay: Anthony HindsProduced By: Kevin Francis Movie Poster: Legend of the Werewolf Movie Rating: Legend of the Werewolf Stay Home with the Family Converted Drinking the Kool-Aid "It's got a lot of flaws. It's still a decent little horror film." Russell McGee "It's not bad but I don't see myself watching this again" Cullen "I liked watching Peter Cushing do his thing. Proceed with Caution. It was lean, moved a bit, had some fun." Brandon Peters
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Started
Aug 14th, 2015
Latest Episode
Nov 9th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
208
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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