Mike starts out by recalling two personal stories from the past week including a terrorist threat in Philly, and a dog accused of being anti PC. Then after a break, an explanation as to why NXT and the Walking Dead suck, and a WrestleMania 32 review!
While Mike and Cal channel their inner Paul Stanley while possibly drinking too much, then Adam reels them in for a review of 1981’s THE EVIL DEAD!! Find out what the guys thought of this horror classic!!
In this special BONUS episode of the Jury, Mike talks with the writer AND director of the upcoming horror movie EASTER SUNDAY: Jeremy Todd Morehead. They talk inspirations, favorite horror franchises, the details on his movie EASTER SUNDAY, it’s release date, AND Jeremy gives us an exclusive on his upcoming project!! Celebrate the Easter season with Mike and Jeremy, and watch out for the Bunnyman… or you will be EGGsecuted!
Mike, Adam and Cal celebrate the holiday by once again jumping into the LEPRECHAUN franchise. This time it’s Part 3, and he heads to Las Vegas to retrieve his gold and the Jury gives you their thoughts! Happy St. Patrick’s Day all!!
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Jury as they review the 80’s horror classic MY BLOODY VALENTINE. This movie held enough of an audience to spawn a remake over 25 years later. Mike, Adam and Cal break it down and tell you if it still holds up in 2016.
Mike talks with Jeff Thompson, Director of the upcoming horror film: The Bubbleheads. Join Mike and Jeff to learn all about this project, Jeff’s inspirations when it comes to films and directors, the urban legend behind the movie and so much more! The episode link, along with the concept trailer link are posted below for your convenience! A must listen for horror fans!
Mike, Adam and Cal travel back to the late 90’s where horror films with a hip teen cast were a dime a dozen. Some were worth it, Some were not. Find out where 1998’s URBAN LEGEND ranks with the Jury.
Mike, Adam and your best pal Cal travel back to 1989 to review Stephen King’s PET SEMATARY. Hop into the Midnight Machine and find out why you should watch out for that road.
Easy contender for “Worst Movie Ever”, 2002’s Scarecrow has Mike, Adam, and Cal firing on all cylinders! Even if you have not had the misfortune of seeing this abomination of a movie, the guys descriptions should paint a bad enough picture for you to understand.
To close out the Halloween specials, the Jury takes you back to 1986 to review the British made for TV movie “The Worst Witch” starring Tim Curry, Diana Rigg, Charlotte Rae, and Fairuza Balk. Then they bring you right back to 2015 to review the recently released comic “Trick r Treat: Days of the Dead”. Happy Halloween.