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Growing up in St. Louis, Missouri, brothers Alex & Gabe Kuhn have very different stories but what they share is an obsession with sports. Alex, 27, works as a co-host for the Todd Brommelkamp show on KGYM, the ESPN affiliate of Cedar Rapids and Eastern Iowa. Alex has extensive knowledge in college and professional football, hockey, basketball, and baseball. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa. Younger brother, Gabe, 23, is a former offensive lineman at the University of Memphis. He al ...
 
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Thanks to Ashley for recommending we plow forward through the Slumber Party Massacre series - the first and only horror series to be directed entirely by women. I mean, that doesn't automatically mean it's great. In fact, the sequel to the original is bizarre and strange. But that certainly gave us a lot to talk about - particularly the Driller Kil…
 
This homage to the old DC horror magazines has an interesting premise that is, unfortunately, wasted on a lackluster plot with some truly lousy acting. Nonetheless, we still enjoyed discussing this Charles Band production, directed by Roger Corman's long-time special effects wizard, John Carl Buechler. A comic book artists brings a creature to life…
 
It's request time again! Paul asked us to check out this take on a modern Norman Bates-style serial killer. This film divided us and is not to everyone's taste. But with fantastic acting and cinematography, we did agree that the film had merit. If you wanna check it out, it's on a couple streaming services right now. Expand to read episode transcri…
 
Time for another tribute episode. This week, we celebrate the legacy of Richard Donner, the man behind most of the films we loved the most as children of the 80s. It was this movie - 1976's The Omen - that brought him out of TV directing and into a wildly successful career in feature films. A solid entry into the "satanic cult craze" of late 70's h…
 
William Peter Blatty got an opportunity to make up for the disappointment that was The Exorcist Part 2 (episode here) with this installment, based on his novel "Legion" - this time, behind the director's chair. It's weird an uneven and (as usual) plagued by studio interference. But it IS the source to one of the single-most-notoriously-effective ju…
 
Occasionally, someone tips us off the an incredible gem of a film that we never would have discovered on our own. This is one of those weeks. Big thanks to Liz for suggesting this Japanese horror...well, it's hard to categorize, really. In fact, this is another one of those weeks where we suggest that ALL of our fans go out and see this film before…
 
We've passed by this iconic cover sooo many times on the video store shelves, but would you believe that neither of us had seen Slumber Party Massacre until now? Or that it was written by feminist author Rita Mae Brown? Well, thanks to listener request, we finally found an excuse to check out the Driller Killer in all his phallic, penetrative actio…
 
Happy Mother's Day! To celebrate, this year we're examining a classic of the "motherhood gone horribly wrong" genre: Roman Polanski's "Rosemary's Baby" If you have yet to see this film, we highly recommend you watch it BEFORE you listen to us talk about it. It's that good. Expand to read episode transcript Automatic Transcript Rosemary’s Baby (1968…
 
An urban legend comes to life after a grad student gets a little too academic with his mythology. And now that Jordan Peele has completed filming and will be releasing a new version, we felt it was time to finally tackle this iconic horror franchise. We couldn't believe how well this 1992 film held up. Expand to read episode transcript Automatic Tr…
 
This week we tackle a difficult-to-watch request from another loyal listener. Right in line with Lucky McKee's incredibly female-centric filmography, The Woman is an uncomfortable watch that gave us a lot to discuss and consider. Expand to read episode transcript Automatic Transcript The Woman (2011) Episode 252, 2 Guys and a Chainsaw Todd: Hello a…
 
This one takes us waaaay back to our childhood. But does anyone ELSE remember it? It's hard to believe this swashbuckling tale of intrigue, political thriller, horror and sci-fi seems to have been lost to time, especially considering it stars a young Dennis Quaid, Kate Capshaw, Max Von Sydow, and Christopher Plummer - to whom we are paying tribute …
 
Happy Valentine's Day! February 14th is coming, and that means curling up with a loved one to watch a group of miners and their girlfriends get pickaxed to bits by a crazed killer in retaliation for an incident that happened on Valentine's Day 20 years ago. Or at least, that's how WE celebrate the holiday. How about you? Expand to read episode tran…
 
For the second of our tribute series this month, we're killing two birds with one stone by honoring two people we lost last year. John Saxon was a longstanding veteran of screen and TV, with more than 200 credits to his name, perhaps most prominent in the horror community for his role as Nancy's mother in the Nightmare on Elm Street series. Daria N…
 
This week we kick off a small series of tribute episodes that we didn't manage to get to last year. Looking back at 2020, one of the more prominent film industry figures who passed on was David Prowse. He may not be a household name, and you may not even have recognized him if you passed him on the street. But he was certainly a big part of your li…
 
Though some may not classify it as much of a "horror" story as our typical fare, Scrooged is in fact based on Charles Dickens' classic Christmas ghost story, "A Christmas Carol". So we feel fully justified in pulling out one of our favorite movies ever and reliving it with you this holiday season. Happy Holidays, loyal listeners! Expand to read epi…
 
Without a doubt, this is the best Christmas-zombie-horror-comedy-musical we have ever reviewed. If you're looking for a legit, lighthearted yet heartfelt romp, filled with catchy songs and great dance numbers, check out Wicked. Or you could watch this movie too. Wicked doesn't have nearly as many zombies. Expand to read episode transcript Automatic…
 
Well, we're back with one of the goofiest, groaniest, holiday horror comedies we have ever done. What do you expect with a professional wrestler carrying the show? Don't expect much, but anyway, it's fun for a certain crowd. Expand to read episode transcript Automatic Transcript Santa’s Slay (2005) Episode 238, 2 Guys and a Chainsaw Todd: Hello and…
 
A horror "anthology" unlike any we have ever seen before. Wild with creativity and carried by two incredibly talented actors, we felt like we stumbled into something really special when Craig dug up Scare Me on the Shudder streaming network. Check it out! Expand to read episode transcript Automatic Transcript Scare Me (2020) Episode 234, 2 Guys and…
 
Michael Myers is back yet again in a fresh sequel to the 1978 original, set 40 years later and starring a 40 years-older Jamie Lee Curtis. Something about this baby just works, and Craig and I had a ball discussing it. Happy Halloween, everyone! Expand to read episode transcript Automatic Transcript Halloween 2018 (2018) Episode 233, 2 Guys and a C…
 
This week's Halloween-appropriate film is a Mel Brooks-ish wannabe that launched to a splash in 1985 and landed with a thud because...well, it's just not that funny. Not that it doesn't try. With an all-star cast helmed by Jeff Goldblum, Ed Begley Jr., and a super-sexy Gina Davis, it should've worked at some level. But maybe the Du Pont Chemical Co…
 
Craig went off the deep-end this week to dig through the dustbin of history and brush of this wacky flick starring none other than a super-young Denise Richards, Paul Walker, and a convenient animatronic dinosaur. Is it horror? Well, the R-rated "gore version" certainly is, and that's naturally the version we reviewed. But it's also a self-aware sc…
 
Wilford Brimley, iconic actor of the 1980's and beyond, passed away last month at 85 years old. Luckily for us, he plays a pivotal role in John Carpenter's equally iconic horror film, The Thing, which finally gave us an excuse to tackle this special effects extravaganza. As a creature feature with a lot going for it, it's a bit difficult to underst…
 
This week's request comes from Loyal Listener Leeia. Love the sound of that. Session 9 is the first film to be shot on 24 fps (frames per second) video, and the last to be shot on location at the super-creepy Danvers State Mental Hospital in Danvers, Massachusetts. Brad Anderson's "psychological horror film" is an odd but welcome departure from our…
 
True confessions time: Both of us grew up watching Rhonda Shear host terrible horror movies on the USA Network's weekend TV show, "Up All Night". This bubbly and buxom host helped us through puberty and introduced us to many of the films we know and love today. That's why it was an incredible honor to interview her for this week's special episode o…
 
If you're looking for a horror film that feels timely and hits too close to home for comfort, then grab a bottle of your strongest whisky and high-tail it over to Shudder. The Beach House is a Shudder streaming-service exclusive that came out last year but feels like it came out last month. A happy accident for a first time director and largely no-…
 
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