While Mike watches the movie live in studio, Adam and Cal discuss the 1994 hit “The Crow”, a movie that has tragedy attached to it. Brandon Lee stars in this dark, vigilante 90’s classic. We are back from a brief hiatus, travel with us…
A new Jury on a Wednesday?? You damn right. Although we are having technical issues at WLW Studios, we got a small window today to release an ALL NEW episode where Mike and Adam review SLEEPAWAY CAMP 2! The first one is a cult classic that has shocked viewers since the early 80’s, can it’s sequel stand up??
In an old school, two topic episode, Mike and Adam first review the Wes Craven B rate horror movie “Deadly Friend”. Then, while listening to the album in it’s entirety, they review the first WWE Album “The Wrestling Album” which was released during the height of the Rock n Wrestling era.
It is a bit bitter sweet as the Jury gets together to review the last installment of the original George A. Romero zombie trilogy “Day of the Dead”. Mixed reviews on this one, but mocking Miguel makes it all worth it. “So FUCKING WHAT?!”
The Jury travels back to 1990 to review the follow up to Chucky’s first adventure “CHILD’S PLAY 2”, the doll, which was destroyed in the end of the first movie, is rebuilt by the toy company who is being battered with bad press. Chucky awakens, and continues his reign of terror.
The late 90’s produced a group of young actors much like the 80’s “Brat Pack” who filled our movie screens with High School adventures. This horror flick is one of them. Join Mike, Adam, and Cal as they talk the good and bad of some of these stars in I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER!
In a special episode, with a super charged “Midnight Machine”, Mike and Sydney travel all the way back to 1962 to review Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in “What ever happened to Baby Jane”. This suspense/horror/thriller is one that will haunt you as these two Hollywood starlets play the lead roles to perfection.
Ringing in this Irish American celebration a bit late, Mike, Adam and Cal figure out what 75% of a person would be before reviewing 1994’s LEPRECHAUN 2. What is unique about this franchise is that each installment is its own stand alone story, so have no fear if you can’t remember the first one (which this is not).