Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Spider Baby and Pit Stop: Jack Hill Double Feature


Jack Hill is loved by exploitation fans for directing such movies as Coffy, Foxy Brown, and Switchblade Sisters. But in the 1960s, Hill made some of the craziest, most poignant films of his entire career. In this video, we take a look at two of those films from his 1960s output: Spider Baby and Pit Stop, both of which are highly-influential among directors like Quentin Tarantino and Rob Zombie, and both of which has achieved true cult status over the years. Buckle up, because this hot rod is driving straight into the maddest story ever told!

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Collecting At Midnight: Episode 3 -- Live!


With almost an entire year between episodes, Collecting At Midnight is back, and now it's better than ever because it's LIVE! Collecting At Midnight is a long-form video series that's designed to be a conversational and laid-back approach to collecting physical media with an emphasis on chatting about what makes all this stuff so cool. It's a podcast for your eyes!

Friday, March 15, 2019

Giallo Box: Argento, Sixties Cinema, and Sharon Tate!


In this video, we're opening a box of horrors from Lee! In addition to some classic Giallo films from one of the great Italian filmmakers, there are some sixties surprises and some out of print rarities! Also, if you're a fan of Sharon Tate, you're gonna love this!

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Thrift Store 15: Thrifty and Hutch


Thriftin' time is here again! This video contains a nice, eclectic mix of movies, music, and books, including some oddities and a healthy dose of CASH. Also, did we mention that we read Playboy for the articles? Check out the video to see what we're talking about!

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Review: Screams of a Winter Night (1979)


1979's Screams of a Winter Night is now on Blu-ray courtesy of Code Red and offers an opportunity to see not only the original theatrical version that played in drive-in-cinemas and theaters almost forty years ago, but also to see a newly-restored, longer cut of the film that was believed to have been lost. The never-before-seen version of the movie runs nearly two hours (not 124 minutes, as the package proclaims) and adds over a half-hour back to the film's running time. Depending on your tolerance for low-budget seventies horror, this is either a good thing or a bad thing.

Monday, March 11, 2019

Captain Marvel Non-Spoiler Review! (MCU)


Who is Captain Marvel? That's the question driving the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film, and Cereal At Midnight has opinions about the movie, the character, and what might be coming next!