Episode 50 – How Do You Do, Fellow Kids? – The Cobbler (2014)

On this episode of HOW DO YOU DO, FELLOW KIDS? we're discussing the 2014 abomination THE COBBLER, where Adam Sandler uses a magical sewing machine to literally allow him to walk a mile in someone's shoes. It doesn't go well. Featuring one of the most out there endings we've ever encountered, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Come check it out!Read more

Episode 49 – Forgotten Gems? – Head-On (2004)

HAPPY NEW YEAR! On our first episode of 2021 we're heading to the 54th Berlin International Film Festival to look at the Golden Bear-winning Turkish-German drama HEAD-ON from 2004. An intense, disturbing, film about two self-destructive Turkish immigrants in Germany who enter a marriage of convenience but end of falling in love makes for often challenging viewing, but is it a FORGOTTEN GEM? Let's find out!Read more

Episode 48 – Cinema Fantastica Holiday Special – A Christmas Horror Story (2015) & Good Tidings (2016)

On this special HOLIDAY edition of Cinema Fantastica we go all the way to Berlin, Germany and the 2016 Weihnachtsfilmfestival, which features a program of Christmas (and Christmas adjacent) films! Our two hosts put the Canadian anthology horror film A CHRISTMAS HORROR STORY against the British killer Santa gorefest GOOD TIDINGS! CHECK IT OUT!Read more

Episode 47 – Praising Kane – Dog Day Afternoon (1975)

On the latest episode of PRAISING KANE we're looking at Sidney Lumet's 1975 masterpiece DOG DAY AFTERNOON, and along with it the 2014 documentary THE DOG which focuses on the real-life inspiration for the film. We take a look at some of the differences between adaptation and reality, Al Pacino (of course), the effect the film had on the real-life "Dog" and much more. Check it out!Read more

Episode 46 – You Don’t Know Dick – After Hours (1985)

On this episode of YOU DON'T KNOW DICK we're joined by actress/podcaster/writer/director Julia Marchese to discuss Martin Scorsese's 1985 dark comedy AFTER HOURS! We also talk Stephen King adaptations, Scorsese's filmography, and - of course - all things Dick Miller. Check it out!Read more

Episode 45 – Eric Roberts Is The Man Redux – 90 Feet From Home (2019)

DEAR GOD it's a brand new episode of ERIC ROBERTS IS THE MAN REDUX! WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE! On this episode we're joined by baseball journalist and podcaster Andrew Stoeten to discuss the 2019 faith-based (kinda) baseball movie 90 FEET FROM HOME, starring WWE hall of famer Shawn Michaels, former Superman Dean Cain and ERIC ROBERTS! We also talk about POLITICS, live music, DR. WHO and so, so much more.Read more

Episode 44 – The Films of John Singleton – Higher Learning (1995) & 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)

On this episode of The Films of John Singleton we're doubling up one of his most interesting - and prescient - features with a film from one of the biggest franchises of all time! We start by taking a look at 1995's HIGHER LEARNING, a sometimes stodgy but ultimately worthwhile look at the various troubles and conflicts that occur among a group of college freshmen. Then we move onto the eye-blistering neon of the big-budget 2003 sequel 2 FAST 2 FURIOUS!Read more

Episode 43 – We Do Our Own Stunts – Shaolin Wooden Men (1976)

Following the failure of NEW FIST OF FURY to launch the career of Jackie Chan, producer Lo Wei took another swing with the Chen Chi-Hwa-directed SHAOLIN WOODEN MEN from 1976. Featuring a story of revenge and intrigue, as well as the titular hallway of chain-operated wooden men, the film - thankfully - strays away from trying to recreate Bruce Lee's persona and we get something closer to the Jackie Chan roles that would launch him to stardom. Closer... but not quite there. Check it out!Read more

Episode 42 – Forgotten Gems? – Heat and Sunlight (1987)

On this episode of FORGOTTEN GEMS? we're looking at 1988 Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner HEAT AND SUNLIGHT from director/actor Rob Nilsson! It's a completely improvised drama about a former war photographer who now finds himself tangling with complicated feelings about his current relationship and BOY does it swing widely between visually and formally inventive and absolutely tedious. Also, there's FRUITICIDE. Let's check it out!Read more

Episode 41 – How Do You Do, Fellow Kids? – Kiss Daddy Goodnight (1987)

On HOW DO YOU DO, FELLOW KIDS? we look at the life and career of beloved oddball character actor Steve Buscemi, and on this episode we go all the way back to 1987 and Peter Ily Huemer's neon-soaked noirish "thriller" KISS DADDY GOODNIGHT! Featuring Uma Thurman making her feature film debut, as well as forgotten Dillon sibling Paul Dillon, the movie is meandering, ugly and tedious, but manages to capture a uniquely grimy aesthetic at times. Also, STEVE BUSCEMI is in it! CHECK IT OUT!Read more

Episode 40 – Whatever Happened To Vic Diaz? – Vampire Hookers (1978)

We're still wondering WHATEVER HAPPENED TO VIC DIAZ? and on this episode we're staying spooky.. kinda with 1978's VAMPIRE HOOKERS! Starring John Carradine as a vampire hanging out in the Philippines with a bevy of bodacious lady vampires, it's an extremely silly horror-comedy featuring an incredible theme song and Vic Diaz as a flatulent familiar. But is it any good? Let's find out!Read more

Episode 39 – Halloween Horror Special – The Beach House (2019) & Swallow (2019)

It's the Cinema Smorgasbord Halloween Horror SPECIAL, with discussions about Halloween traditions, Glen Danzig, Devil's/mischief night, razor blades in candy and SO MUCH MORE! Followed by a look at two recent horror releases: the 2019 low-budget sci-fi horror film THE BEACH HOUSE and the psychological horror of 2019's SWALLOW. CHECK IT OUT!Read more

Episode 38 – Cinema Fantastica – The Borrower (1991) & Children of the Night (1991)

On this special SUPER SPOOKY episode of Cinema Fantastica we're going all the way back to the 1991 Toronto International Film Festival's MIDNIGHT MADNESS program! This time we're looking at two somewhat forgotten horror films from the time: John McNaughton's head-swapping satire THE BORROWER takes on Tony Randel's Fangoria-produced vampire film CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT!Read more

Episode 37 – Praising Kane – Hester Street (1975)

On the latest episode of PRAISING KANE we're looking at the Joan Micklin Silver's 1975 film HESTER STREET, a breakout film for Carol Kane for which she was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar. It's a tale of Jewish immigrants at the turn of the 20th century attempting to adapt to life in New York City, and you can hear Liam and Doug struggle with material well outside their regular wheelhouse! We also chat about Dick Cavett, The Princess' Bride, the Oscar curse and SO MUCH MORE! Check it out!Read more

Episode 36 – Eric Roberts is the Man Redux – Restraining Order (1999)

It's the return of ERIC ROBERTS IS THE MAN REDUX and on this episode we're joined by returning guest film critic Matthew Monagle to talk about the 1999 Eric Roberts thriller RESTRAINING ORDER, featuring Hannes Jaenicke, Tatjana Patitz, and Dean Stockwell! We also chat about our favorite TV theme songs, erectile dysfunction, mockbusters and SO MUCH MORE! CHECK IT OUT!Read more

Episode 35 – Whatever Happened to Vic Diaz? – Wonder Women (1973)

We continue to ask the question WHATEVER HAPPENED TO VIC DIAZ? as we look at the gonzo action/exploitation film WONDER WOMEN from 1973, featuring a very sweaty Ross Hagen, a very camp Sid Haig, a very mysterious Nancy Kwan and VIC DIAZ! Featuring cockfighting, buggy chases, mutants, KUNG FU and so much more! Read more

Episode 34 – How Do You Do, Fellow Kids? – King of New York (1990)

We're back with another episode of HOW DO YOU DO, FELLOW KIDS?: THE CINEMA OF STEVE BUSCEMI, and this time we're talking about the ultraviolent Abel Ferrara crime film KING OF NEW YORK featuring Christopher Walken, Laurence Fishburne, David Caruso and Steve Buscemi as (the briefly seen) Test Tube. What did we think? LISTEN AND FIND OUT!Read more

Episode 33 – You Don’t Know Dick – Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995)

It's a brand new episode of YOU DON'T KNOW DICK, where we look at the lengthy career of beloved actor Dick Miller! On this episode we're joined by writer/producer Heather Wixson (IN SEARCH OF DARKNESS, Monster Squad: Celebrating the Artists Behind Cinema's Most Memorable Creatures) to talk about the FX-heavy horror-comedy TALES FROM THE CRYPT: DEMON KNIGHT from 1995! Check it out! Read more

Episode 32 – The Films of John Singleton – Poetic Justice (1993) & Four Brothers (2005)

Our look at the filmography of John Singleton continues, starting with the 1993 romantic drama POETIC JUSTICE (with Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur), followed by the gritty action film FOUR BROTHERS from 2005. Before that, we also chat about the Singleton-directed music video for Michael Jackson's "Remember The Time"! Check it out! Read more

Your Hosts

    Doug Tilley

    Co-host of the No-Budget Nightmares and The Flight Stuff podcasts, as well as former co-host of Eric Roberts is the Fu**ing Man. He likes movies and stuff.

      Liam O'Donnell

      Founder of Cinepunx.com and co-host of the Cinepunx and Horror Business podcasts, as well as former co-host of Eric Roberts is the Fu**ing Man.