Terry and Scott return with another revisited movie. The 1989 “Weird Al” comedy classic, UHF. Not much of a plot to the film, but the guys have fun discussing all of the parodies and the UHF channel 62 exclusive shows. The Top 5 was decided upon last minute and it’s just simply, the Top 5 movies of 1989. Thanks for listening, enjoy.
FlickSmacks is still in bewilderment from this week’s film, Begotten. Scott takes sole responsibility for this selection. What a treat. At least they did not suffer alone as they we joined by their friend Rex/Sooty. This is a bizarre movie, and an equally bizarre episode. Enjoy!
Two firsts in one episode. This is the first time Terry & Scott had both previously seen the movie (and probably more than once). And more excitingly, they were joined by their first guest. S&T are joined for the review of They Live with their friend and fellow film-buff, Casey. Due to this episode’s film, the obvious Top 5 is John Carpenter faves.
It’s finally happened. Scott & Terry are finally reviewing a film from the golden age of slashers, the 80s. The House On Sorority Row is their first choice and probably won’t be the last. For this episode’s Top 5, Scott declares his favourite 80s slashers and Terry disregarded the guidelines and just picked his favourite slashers.
One of the biggest Netflix Original films ever has been bestowed the honour of being reviewed by Terry and Scott. It’s breathing rarified air now. This episode also includes S&T’s Top 5 isolation picks.