We would love to tell you that we cobbled this review together from a bunch of discarded pieces of other reviews that we liked, but this one is actually something brand new. If you would like to understand why that’s a joke, click through to our main review of 2002’s May.
It’s hard to be in a band. Waking up in cornfields, running out of free PBR’s you may or may not have stolen in your shitty Air B&B, getting your arm hacked to bits with a machete by a group of skinheads. Just remember the plight the next time you’re thinking about giving up your day job to play Sex Pistols covers. Also, read this review.
Fan of Lovecraftian horrors? Fan of Death Dying and Other Things, one of our fellow Phantom Podcast Network contributors? Fan of John Carpenter's apocalypse trilogy? Well, this week we review their recommendation for us as Sam Neill dives headfirst into the land of magical typewriters, suspiciously clean insane asylums and overly animated oil paintings.
We recently lost horror great George Romero, so naturally we wanted to revisit one of his flicks. Thing is, Jake picked this movie, and because Jake is a hipster, he went with a deeper cut of the Romero catalogue. Should you take the time with this one the next time you fire up a Romero film instead of revisiting one of the “Dead” movies for the umpteenth time? Find out in our spoiler-laden review.