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If we can only perceive the world through our own individual senses, who is to say what is real and what is a mere delusion? Well, if there are waggly-headed sex demons running around, there's a good chance you're in a Jacob's Ladder-type situation and you should get that looked at.JACOB'S LADDER (1990, Adrian Lyne) 14:00IDENTITY (2003, James Mango…
 
HO HO NO! It's a violent night in podcastville, as we discuss three seasonal thrillers that involve the holly jolliest time of year, where Santas rob casinos and banks and the snow runs red with Christmas Spirit! REINDEER GAMES (2000, John Frankenheimer) 11:50THE SILENT PARTNER (1978, Daryl Duke)1:14:00THE ICE HARVEST (2005, Harold Ramis)1:52:00…
 
We discuss three movies that were clearly inspired by Chinatown. They all take place in mid-20th century LA, deal with morally ambiguous men exploring vast, evil conspiracies, and feature classic cartoon characters. Well, only one has cartoons. WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT (1988, Robert Zemeckis)DEVIL IN A BLUE DRESS (1995, Carl Franklin)MULHOLLAND FALL…
 
It's getting hot and southern in here, because the gang is talking about SEXY, SEXY neo-noirs that take place in HOT locations in the American south! Hope you don't mind being TURNED ON a whole bunch! BODY HEAT (1981, Lawrence Kasdan)THE HOT SPOT (1990, Dennis Hopper)WILD THINGS (1998, John McNaughton)…
 
Hitchcock's Psycho is one of the most influential thrillers of all time, but we can't cover it because this podcast is about thrillers from the 80's and 90's. Fortunately, they made three more of these things—of VARYING degrees of quality—all starring the great Tony Perkins.Psycho II (1983) dir. Richard FranklinPsycho III (1986) dir. Anthony Perkin…
 
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