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Featuring indie filmmakers, Brian Cottington, John Wooliscroft, and Laine Wooliscroft, each week 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.
 
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This week, fresh off of our 150th live stream extravaganza, we are going on an expedition to the German town of Baden Baden. The village is an anthropological find as we check out the cuisine, live game shows featuring celebrities like George Hardy, and of course the penchant for the citizens of the town to come down with a case of Troll Posses ...…
 
Well folks, we've reached a major milestone for the podcast; 150 EPISODES! What better way to celebrate this major milestone than to take a look at our podcast's namesake; the grand daddy of all slasher films, Alfred Hitchcock's seminal classic, "PSYCHO. And as a special treat or trick, depending on whether you love them or hate them, we're als ...…
 
This week, Laine and John take command of the podcast and revisit the humble town of Derry, Maine where children disappearing and creepy clowns are pretty much the norm. We are breaking down, IT Chapter 2. A movie that had so much promise after the blow out hit from 2017s IT. This time around, "The Losers Club" has grown up with the emotional s ...…
 
This week, we are entering in the return of Spooky Season! The Halloween decorations are starting the fill store, the smell of pumpkin spice vomit fills the air, and everyone shares their favorite horror movies. In the spirit of the season, we are breaking down arguably one of the most divisive remakes to ever splash over your eyeballs, the 199 ...…
 
This week, we were fortunate enough to have accomplished filmmaker, Kire Paputts reach out to us and offer up his newest film, "The Last Porno Show" for review. The really amazing part is that this film is premiering at TIFF this week! (Sept 10th-13)- So if you are in the Toronto area and attending the festival, this review will give you great ...…
 
This week, we are sitting down with actor, author, and filmmaker, Liz Drummer who details her work with her directorial debut film, Tribute Night. A film about a group of horror movie fans who go on a killing spree in the vein of their favorite horror movie icons. Liz breaks down her filmmaking process, trials, and tribulations as a first time ...…
 
Just like Quentin Tarantino numbers his films, we too are numbering our episodes! This week, we are presenting the 145th episode of The Cinema Psychos Show! And just like Tarantino brings in special guest directors, we are bringing in fellow podcaster, Vincent Didiano of POVincent Podcast to break down the 9th film of Tarantino's filmography, O ...…
 
This week, we are wrapping up our very long and exhaustive look back at the work of one Steven Spielberg. We are analyzing his filmography from 1992 up until the present with Ready Player One. There are hits, misses, pop corn faire, and Oscar bait during this time period with such notable films like Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, and one of h ...…
 
This week we are breaking into part one of a two part retrospective on the directing talents of Steven Spielberg. A man who authored some of your fondest childhood films including Indiana Jones, E.T., and Jaws. He remains one of the most prolific filmmakers who has often has pushed the medium by infusing personal character driven stories with a ...…
 
Happy 4th of July folks! In honor of America's birthday, we are breaking out the hot dogs, fireworks, and killer sharks with a review of Stephen Spielberg's JAWS. John and Elaine as the question, what makes this movie so special? Is it the acting, mechanical sharks that didn't work, cinematography, or something else completely. Or is this movie ...…
 
This week, we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of Tim Burton's Batman. A film that had a very real and long lasting impact on both John and Brian as filmmakers. So we will be relishing this review as we break down what works and what doesn't in a film that at the time was controversial. The casting of a "comedian" in Michael Keaton in the t ...…
 
This week we are back with a two part review and interview of the new indie drama, Luke & Jo. The film explores the existential crisis that occurs when two struggling creative people, seemingly made for each other, meet at the wrong times in their lives and are fundamentally changed. Directed by Joshua Overbay and starring Andie Morgenlander an ...…
 
This week we are digging for buried treasure in our cat liter box and taking a look at the dried up turd that was 2004's Catwoman. A movie that is a far cry from the massive world building superhero behemoths that we have today. Just one year before Batman Begins, Catwoman unleashed a hailstorm of terrible acting, terrible CGI, terrible story, ...…
 
Happy Mother's Day folks! This week we are heading to sunday brunch with one of Hollywood's most notorious actresses and mothers; Joan Crawford. A woman who optimized Hollwood royalty during the golden age of cinema with such films as Mildred Pierce and Whatever Happened to Baby Jane. But behind the glitz and glamor were allegations of child ab ...…
 
This week we are breaking down the culmination of 22 movies over the course of 11 years. We are talking of course about Avengers: Endgame. After last summer's surprisingly dark climax, Infinity War, theories have been abound on how the remaining survivors of Thanos' snap would not only deal with loss but also "avenge" their fallen heroes and ha ...…
 
WARNING! THIS EPISODE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR AVENGERS: ENDGAME. SEE THE MOVIE FIRST BEFORE LISTENING TO THIS EPISODE. This week we are breaking down the culmination of 22 movies over the course of 11 years. We are talking of course about Avengers: Endgame. After last summer's surprisingly dark climax, Infinity War, theories have been abound on h ...…
 
Check out Texas Cotton today on Amazon Prime and Youtube We are back this week after a 3 week hiatus. This week we are breaking down the indie neo noir/western film, Texas Cotton. We had the good fortune to see this film back in November and got to meet Director, Tyler Russel and star, George Hardy. You may remember George from a little known c ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com Happy April Fools Day Psychos Nation! We are breaking out all of our gags, pranks, and jokes this week as we review a movie that went out of it’s way to prank it’s audience. We are talking about the 1986 classic, “April Fools Day.” A slasher movie ...…
 
Help support the final push for completion funding that Preacher Six needs. Consider donating to their Go Fund Me Campaign This week, we are sitting down with an exclusive interview with Kyle Hester, the Producer/Lead Actor behind a new indie horror/action film on the horizon, Preacher Six. Kyle breaks down his experience as a working actor in ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com Marvel is back at it again this week with a film that we had all been waiting for since Nick Fury pulled out a beeper as he turned to dust in last year’s Avengers: Infinity War. We are of course talking about Captain Marvel, the newest entry into M ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com This week, we venturing back to 1997 with a review of probably one of the best films to come from genre director, Paul W. S. Anderson: “Event Horizon”. Also known as “Hellraiser in Space” or that other movie you might remember that looks eerily sim ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com This week we were going to bring you the second horseman of The Breenpocalypse, “Double Down”. However due the difficulty and cost of attaining a copy of most of Neil Breen’s films, we are instead bringing you a review of probably the worst direct ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com If you didn’t get enough of our M.Night Shyamalan love fest from last week, well friends, we’ve got a twist for you! This week we are breaking down the filmmaker’s rise, fall, and somewhat debatable rise and fall again from a filmmaker who was hail ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com SPOILER ALERT! What do you get when you combine the culmination of 19 years of hype from a director who still believes that he is the second coming of Hitchcock with a story that ultimately wastes the talent of it's cast and the time of it's audien ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com In a world in which our current events exist within a 24 hour news cycle and truly tragic events turn into books, tv specials, and movies literally within a matter of months; we decided to take a step back and ask the question, How soon is too soon ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com This week, We are back for Part 2 of our review of 2018: The Year of the Floating Dumpster. And while last week our focus was on some of the news worthy bits, obituaries, and box office; this week is all about the absolute best and worst films to r ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com This week, we are finally taking a stab at reviewing the year that was 2018. While we’ve used metaphors like a nuclear holocaust to describe a year in the past, no metaphor felt more true and of course more Pittsburgh than the floating dumpster. An ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com This week, we are hitting the new year running with a fantastic interview with a man who is an expert in the history of strange and unusual cinema. Mike Vaughn is the author of “The Ultimate Guide to Strange Cinema”. The book is a literal compendiu ...…
 
Welcome to 2019! What better way to kick off the new year than with an exclusive interview with Julie Austin, the inventor, author, public speaker, CEO of Creative Innovation, and lead actress of the 1989 cult film, Elves! Julie gives us a behind the scenes look at her rise from indie actress to world renown inventor and public speaker. Check o ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com This week, we are joined by Travis Ayers (AKA Travey Valley) with a special live event episode as we introduce Video Valley III at Row House Cinema in Pittsburgh, PA. The film we introduced was the 1987 recently discovered cult film, "Miami Connect ...…
 
Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com ’Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, except for elves, nazis, and Grizzly Adams in one of the absolute worst holiday horror movies to ever grace the dollar bin at Phar-Mor. Grab some super alcoh ...…
 
What if I were to tell you that there is an animated Christmas special starring some of the biggest voice actors in the animation industry (Mark Hamill, Nancy Cartwright, Paige O’Hara to name a few) that aired only one time on national television due to some of the most atrocious animation and story to ever grace the small screen. We’re talking ...…
 
Oh boy! It’s the holidays folks and you know what that means, a peak into our xmas sack! If you loved last year’s exploration of the wasteland that was TV’s most notorious xmas specials from the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s, then you are in for a treat. This week, we are examining the 1991 made for TV animated film, “The Christmas Tree.” A movie that a ...…
 
This week, not only are we reviewing one of the most awesomely bad films ever to grace the silver screen, but we are also talking to one of the stars of the film who have gone on to be one of the top film and television on-camera and voice actors working today. So grab a rake as we talk about 1988’s “Hobgoblins” as well as an exclusive conversa ...…
 
Oh boy, just when you think you’ve gotten over that stomach ache from eating too much halloween candy, we pull you back in! This week we are analyzing the much hyped soft sequel reboot, Halloween. The newest entry in the Halloween Franchise that gives the X Men films a run for their money for the most screwed up timeline continuity awards. So d ...…
 
This week, we are joined by an exclusive interview with Adam Rockoff, the screenwriter, producer, and author who literally wrote the book on the slasher film. He is the author of two go to books on the sub genre, “The Horror of It All” and “Going to Pieces” which eventually became a well known documentary of the same name. Use the coupon code " ...…
 
We have a nice little bonus treat for all you trick or treaters out there. While we were on a short film production hiatus, John did an amazing interview with Johnathan Fuller, an actor who is known for such films like Skyscraper, Castle Freak, and a myriad of other film and tv roles. Johnathan detailed his career as an actor and his experience ...…
 
Happy Halloween everyone! We've been MIA for a little bit (working on a short film) but we are back with a very special treat for you all. This week, we are breaking down the Halloween film franchise. A film series that ultimately changed the course of the horror genre with the creation of Michael Myers; A masked killer with serious family issu ...…
 
This week, we continue our month long celebration of everything spooky with a deep discussion on the history and tropes contained in the humble Slasher Film. Why are we drawn to a type of movie that contains a little more than a loosely drawn morality tale with loads of blood and guts? How did these films rise to prominence in the 1980s and fal ...…
 
This week we are live from Pittsburgh Pod Con reviewing one of the best and often misunderstood films to come from one of the best years in film, 1989. We are of course talking about the 1989 sequel, Ghostbusters 2. A movie that introduced us to the term "Slime Time" and so many Peter MacNicol quotes about Vigo The Carpathian. So hop into our E ...…
 
This week, Brian, John, and Laine are baring their souls to you guys with a very personal count down of each the their Top 10 favorite movies of all time. We also have a 3 way news bit with the death of Burt Reynolds and Mac Miller, and reports of Apple deleting purchased films. It is one hell of a jam packed episode! This episode is brought to ...…
 
This week, we are featuring an Interview with Professional FX artists and prop fabricators, Doug Field and Susan Benson. Doug and Susan have worked on a number of big budget films including the Machete films, Transformers Extinction, Fear the walking dead, and most notably a movie we reviewed, Teeth. This episode is brought to you by The Silk S ...…
 
What happens when you combine the age old talent of Jim Henson’s muppets, SNL super star Melissa McCarthy, and a raunchy faux noir script…you get what has been dubbed one of the worst films of the year. We are talking of course about “The Happy Time Murder”s and it is our featured review for this week’s episode of The Cinema Psychos Show! Let’s ...…
 
This week, we examine what happens when you get one of the biggest comedians of the 90’s, hot off a hugely popular animated film, and give him free reign in a movie about a man-child son of an eccentric toy maker battling over the soul of his toy company with his militaristic uncle surrounded by absurdity, grossly beautiful set pieces, and oh y ...…
 
Didn't get a chance to check out our mini episode live stream? Well here is your chance to listen to it. In this mini episode, we preview Episode 111 (our "Toys" Review), announce an upcoming indiegogo campaign, and review a new documentary from Dark Star Pictures, King Cohen; a film about one of the pioneers of independent horror and cult cine ...…
 
This week we are cashing in on that sweet, sweet SEO magic by not reviewing The Rock’s newest film, Skyscraper; but instead diving into the little known Anna Nicole Smith gem from 1996, Skyscraper. A movie that asks the question, what happens when you combine the plot of Die Hard, soft core pornography, and the acting stylings of Anna Nicole Sm ...…
 
This week is all about the ladies! Laine takes the lead in educating John and Brian on what makes a strong female character in film and why Hollywood continually misses the mark when it comes to crafting these characters and how they can improve them. We also discuss the news of Scarlett Johansson's exit from the film Rub and Tug. Use the coupo ...…
 
Since we are off this week, we wanted to give you a little mini episode as we again experiment with Facebook live. Featured in this mini episode is a preview of episode 109, our Strong Women in Film episode that drops next week and a review of Pacific Rim: Uprising and Super Troopers 2. Two movies that ask the question, "Is it always a good ide ...…
 
This week, we discuss the allegations of censorship for horror filmmakers that use Indiegogo for crowdsourcing. Also, we jump into the quantum realm with Ant-Man & The Wasp, the latest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe designed to help treat that depression hangover that you’ve had since the end of Avengers Infinity War. Medium.com Artic ...…
 
This week we are back with big news and an equally big interview! Our host, Brian welcomes the arrival of his new baby daughter. Also, we announce the podcast will be shifting to bi weekly for the summer. Our feature this week is our awesome interview with local Pittsburgh actress, stuntwoman, and comedian, Katie Maloney; the star of the new in ...…
 
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