Saturday, February 13, 2021

THE NIGHT SITTER: INTERVIEW WITH ROLLER DISCO MASSACRE

Take gore and grime, mix well with bright lights and vibrant colors, add a pinch of flair on the soundtrack and you've got yourself... a ROLLER DISCO MASSACRE! Continuing our look at THE NIGHT SITTER, we chat with the creators themselves, writer-directors John Rocco and Abiel Bruhn, Producer Cristian Quintero and Editor Tristan Borys! Covering the origins of the film, yuletide inspirations, the going prices of gore these days, filming in your childhood home, the ease of scalping another human being for entertainment, our Lord and Savior Thomas 'Tobacco' Fec, and putting together their first feature.

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Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Mini BOP - IN SEARCH OF DARKNESS PART 2

You've heard the BOP Crew talk about their love of genre cinema before, but not their love of watching other people express that passion with more eloquence and sex appeal! This episode, we're talking about IN SEARCH OF DARKNESS II, the second leg of CreatorVC's critically-acclaimed journey through the horror cinema of the 1980s, with new interviews from Nancy Allen, Linnea Quigley, Clancy Brown, and at least one member of Slipknot. With a longer length and more diverse subject matter, is it as entertaining and rewatchable as the original, or is this the Halloween II (either of them) of horror docs?

Friday, February 5, 2021

THE NIGHT SITTER

As we bury the holiday season in the dirt where it belongs, why not end things with a bang by taking a look at a new seasonal horror gem? From directors-in-crime Abiel Bruhn and John Rocco comes The Night Sitter, a crowd-funded comedy about a boy and his babysitter trapped in a house with suitors, high people, and evil old women who feed off the death of innocence. So, the usual Christmas experience. But behind the familiar trappings lies a red-and-green throwback to the supernatural Giallos of old, with Elyse Dufour leading a memorable cast of newcomers through a night of scheming ghost hunter wannabes, demonically possessed thots, and the best trio of witches since the Sanderson Sisters, in a story that's as endearing as it is scary-- and absolutely friggin' hilarious.



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Saturday, January 16, 2021

Wonder Woman 1984 Is Good, Actually



Grab your magic stone and wish for better hosts, because Mike and Jamie are talking about Wonder Woman 1984, the Christmas Day release that marked a new era of digital distribution for Warner Bros. and their new HBO Max streaming service, much to the chagrin of studios and some audiences. But beneath the controversies and the twitter roasting lies one of the most original and far-reaching superhero films in ages, and your hosts have a lot to say about the movie's themes of self-truth, the relevancy of its message and how the movie succeeds in delivering it-- and how it doesn't. All that and the animal magnetism of Pedro Pascal, the magnetic animalism of Kristen Wiig, and the 101 ways Chris Pine could have been brought back better!

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