The Cinema Psychos Show

The Cinema Psychos Show

The Cinema Psychos Show features indie filmmakers, Brian Cottington, John Wooliscroft, and Laine Wooliscroft as they dive into the latest films, movie news, and filmmaker interviews with a raunchy mix of vulgar-yet-smart commentary. Not snobby enough to be cinephiles nor common enough to be movie buffs, they’ve got the madness for movies - these three are Cinema Psychos.... Show More

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October 22, 2020 74 min

This week, just like mixing our peanut butter with our chocolate, we are doing a deep dive into our top 5 favorite Comedic Horror Movies! Comedic Horror movies might arguably be one of the hardest genres to try and crack with very few successes. This is primarily due to the fact that everyone has their own idea of what is scary and what is funny. But leave it to us to try and call out the very few gems that you should include durin...

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This week, in an effort to really deliver the scariest film reviews in honor of spooky season, we here at The Cinema Psychos Show are pulling out one of the big guns of terrible movies....no it's not another Neil Breen schlockfest. No folks, we are going into full "Cage" territory. Yes, the 2006 Nicholas Cage masterpiece of poop, The Wicker Man (BEEEEEES!!!) This movie checks all the marks for a bad movie: Nicholas Cage...

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This week, we are diving head first into spooky season by analyzing what arguably might be the lowest point of The Alien Franchise (not counting Resurrection, Alien Vs. Predator, Prometheus.....or Alien Covenant) and what might be the lowest point of David Fincher's career. We are of course talking about 1992's Alien 3. A movie that takes all the things you loved about Alien and Aliens and dumps it into a toilet bowl full o...

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This week, we are getting another look at "CYST", the new horror film from our friends at Narrative Films with an exclusive interview with Co-Producer and Post Production Supervisor; Jeremy Morrison and the Director of Photography of the film, Nick Gardner. These two showcase their experiences working in the film industry as an editor, producer, and cinematographer for a number of productions including Rome: The Rise and Fa...

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This week, Brian and John are again running the show sans Laine, sparing her the horror of reviewing what arguably might be the biggest budget B movie of all time. A movie filled with an equal amount of hollywood intrigue, financial shinnanigins, and lawsuits.....and oh yea the movie is hot hot garbage. We are of course talking about the one and only (thank god) film about gold hungry aliens: Battlefield Earth. A favorite drinking ...

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This week, your most triumphant podcast dudes, Brian and John, undertake a most excellent and definitely non heinous review of one of our own guilty pleasure films. We are of course talking about the time travelling duo Bill & Ted and their first outing "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure." A movie that finally is getting it's long awaited third sequel, "Bill & Ted Face The Music" and introduced us t...

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This week, we have a very special guest. Friend of the show, filmmaker, and sometimes Spiderman; Steve Rudzinski, Director of "The Joker" of Killer Unicorn Films, CarousHELL, stops by to talk about his successes since we last had him on way back in 2016. Since then, CarousHELL has blown up and joined the ranks of such cult classics like Velocipastor and Tammy and The T-Rex. Now Steve is back with big news that he is trying ...

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This week, John sits down with the man behind one of the biggest memes to hit the internet as well as one of the stars of one of the best worst films to ever hit cinema. We are of course talking with actor Darren Ewing also known as the "OH MY GOD" actor from the cult classic Troll 2. Darren is still hard at work acting and his most recent film is currently in post production coming from our friends over at Narrative Film, ...

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This week, we are escaping from New York while battling Vampires and capitalist aliens with our buddies Michael Myers, Snake Plisken, and Star man. We are of course talking about the classic films from one of the most dynamic genre-bending filmmakers, John Carpenter. John Carpenter is a man who may be responsible for not only the birth of the modern slasher film but also a large collection of some of the most beloved cult classics ...

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This week, John and Laine ride solo as they round up two of the very very very few releases to hit the virtual theater since majority of Hollywood is still in catatonic shock at the fact that the virus has yet to get the memo from corporate america that it should start to dissappear for the economy's sake. In our round up, we take a look that the Judd Apatow/Pete Davidson comedy-drama, "The King of Staten Island". A mov...

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This week, as we are venturing into the hot and sticky dog days of summer, we figured it would be a good time to talk about some of our favorite movies that are sticky for another reason other than sweat....cause they are covered in blood and gore! Yes, we are breaking down our top 5 summer-themed horror movies; from Jason to Angela and everyone in between. So grab your necronomicon and curling iron as we sit around the campfire an...

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This week, we are revisiting a dark dark corner of cinema.  A world full of cinematic horrors that will make your eyes and ears bleed and your head explode like in Scanners when you attempt to analyze the plot.  It’s Breenpocalypse time folks!  In our third entry into the analysis of B movie wunderkind, Neil Breen; we look at his space techno Jesus alien romp from 2009:  I Am Here…Now.  A movie that we had dubbed as his “art house ...

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This week, in honor of The Fourth of July, we are taking a look at the Citizen Kane of disaster/patriotic films, Independence Day. A movie that features a perfect storm of box office amazingness, Will Smith in his prime? CHECK! Amazing visual effects for 1996? CHECK! Bill Pullman as the greatest president that has ever lived? CHECK! Frutopia? CHECK! And of course, no Roland Emmerich film would be complete without a Quaid and this f...

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This week, we are saddened by the sudden passing of Director Joel Schumacher.  A filmmaker that we have had a truly love hate relationship with over his vast rollercoaster ride of a career.  He gave us fantastic gritty tension filled films like Falling Down and Phone Booth, a beautiful and truly terrifying take on vampires with The Lost Boys, and of course some of the worst incarnations of Batman with Batman Forever and Batman and ...

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This week, we are taking a trip back to a time when dinosaurs ruled the Earth, or more or less the films of the world.  No we are not talking about Jurassic Park, we are talking about 1994’s  Tammy and The T Rex.  The absolute best movie about  a mad scientist played by Bernie Lomax from Weekend at Bernie’s who transplants Paul Walker’s brain into a mechanical dinosaur.  Did I mention that this mechanical dinosaur is also in love w...

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This week, we are jumping into one of the more recent b movies to rise to the level of a cult phenomenon.  What happens when you combine the priesthood with the power of the velociraptor?  You get the 7th Power Ranger: VELOCIPASTOR!  A movie that begs the question, what other genius film ideas exist in the depths of auto correct?  So humble yourself before Frankie Mermaid as we dig into the cult classic, Velocipastor! 

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This week, John sits down with Director, George Popov.  The visionary director behind the new heart-pounding genre bending indie thriller/mystery, “The Droving.  George breaks down his approach to filmmaking, his process of working with actors to bring about the themes of his films, and his advice for Directors who want to tackle a feature film.  His sophomore feature, The Droving is streaming now on Amazon Prime!   

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This week, we are taking a trip back to the summer of 1989.  A time period we are becoming exceptionally good at covering (see our episode on Batman and Ghostbusters 2).  However this time around, we are going to look at a little film that got clobbered by a capped crusader, an archaeologist tag teaming with James Bond, and Viggo the Carpathian,  We are talking about the Weird Al cult classic, UHF.  And what better way to cover thi...

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This week, we are back at it with another top 5 pick episode!  If you liked Episode 173 where we broke down our top 5 movies that we absolutely loathe that everyone seems to love, buckle up friend cause this week we are pulling the old switcheroo.  We are going to break down our top 5 movies that we LOVE that most everyone hates.  So strap in, as we may lose a whole bunch of credibility after this episode. 

MERCH AND ANNOUCEMENTS

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This week, we are saluting our mommies just in time for mother’s day.  And what better way to say thanks to all that our mom’s do then to take a look at a mom who would do absolutely anything for her kids….including MURDER!  Yes we are talking about the zany 1994 classic, “Serial Mom”, from everyone’s favorite weirdo, John Waters (seriously he is our favorite weirdo). 

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