Another October has arrived, and another Friday the 13th has come. Mike, Adam and Cal take the trip to Crystal Lake only to get on a cruise ship bound for New York City!! See what the Jury thinks of the last FRIDAY movie released by Paramount.
Originally released on 11/06/13, Mike and Adam start with a review of CURSE OF CHUCKY, then talk with Ed Gale who played Horror Icon “CHUCKY” in Child’s Play, “Howard” in Howard the Duck, and whose credits also include Spaceballs, Baywatch and more!! Out of the Midnight Jury vault for the first time in over 2 years, this is a can’t miss episode from the early days of the show.
Coming out of the vault after almost 3 1/2 years, the Jury heads all the way back to Episode 7 as they review 1980’s FRIDAY THE 13TH, and WCW BASH AT THE BEACH ’94!!
The Jury dives back into the Friday the 13th series as they review Part 7 “The New Blood”. Travel back to 1988 with the guys and see if this installment stands up to the rest!! Also, the Intro segment to Ep. 149 is available via Videocast! Click the link below for the FULL episode, or the YouTube link at the bottom for the Intro Videocast!
Once considered the most frightening film ever made, the Jury reviews this 1974 classic to see if it holds up. Join Mike, Adam and Cal as they visit Texas in search of Leatherface!!
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.
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??
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).