If a loaf of banana bread can put you into a coma then imagine what Sugar Hill and her zombie hordes could do to your corruptive, cheating, miserable spell casting ass!!! Whoa! Do I sound like one of Sabrina’s aunts from Afterlife with Archie, there?? Hope not!!
Anyhow, I recently joined up with the impressively dressed, totally well spoken Film Jerks!!! to discuss 1974 cult classic Sugar Hill. This fun entry stars the gorgeous, well legged Marki Bey – and if you don’t listen to us analyze her beauty and the zany flesh crawling righteousness of this drive-in epic – well, we just might have to feed you to the pigs! (Okay. Not really.)
For those of you who think there is nothing worse than a insidiously preying stranger – director Shion Sono reverses that trend, proving nothing is quite as wrong as keeping it all in the family with his bizarre, color strewn 2005 epic Strange Circus.
This tale of incest, body modification and a chubby Asian drag queen named Sad Song was recently given the Film Jerks! podcast overview by extremely awesome host Derrick Carey, myself and a bunch of other truly joyful filmmaking masochists.
Check it here – but leave that hungry puppy at home, son!
What’s better than a lime green Barbie van and a stack of Girl Scout cookies?
Why the latest episode of Film Jerks!, of course. Here, we (which includes host Derrick Carey, myself, Scott Davis, Mark Krawczyk and Ramona Lowry) discuss Jean Rollin’s bizarrely vengeful Killing Car.
So, grab your hottest Australian (via Parisian bistro) lass and check it out, here:
Film Jerks!, the awesome podcast founded by Wisconsin horror pioneer Derrick Carey, covers 2012 indie fantasy Electrick Children on their most recent episode.
This quirky flick details what happens when a young girl, brought up in a strict Mormon community, discovers that she has become pregnant from listening to a cover of Hanging on the Telephone (famously sung by Blondie) on a purple cassette tape.
Starring acclaimed up and comer Julia Garner (We Are What We Are, The Last Exorcism 2) and featuring a subtle performance (believe it or not) from (low budget) genre regular Billy Zane, this bizarre fairy tale is by no means a horror flick but it definitely appeals to the rock-n-roll outsider in us all!
If I ever did drag, I would want to look exactly like British Page 3 babe Penny Irving in the cult classic House of Whipcord.
But — that sounds like an awful lot of work for nothing.
Speaking of working for nothing…the latest episode of Derrick Carey’s podcast Film Jerks is up and banging, audibly, at the institution doors! Awesome host Carey, and mind blowing filmmaker/journalist types like Andrew Shearer, Glenn Buettner, Scott Davis, Mark the Movie Man and (yes…get ready for it) myself discuss Pete Walker’s gothic Whipcord, here.
So, grab your regulation nighties and start listening, now!