Glen likes movies. Perhaps a little too much. Not to mention talking. Also, perhaps, a little too much.
The opening titles for Suspiria's Rent-Free House of Horrors, "Pilot." We'll be presenting the pilot episode soon for your viewing pleasure!
Presented for your education: Almost seven minutes of copyright warnings. The kicker? They're all from the same blu-ray disc, and they appear exactly as they do here. One right after the other, unskippable. Commentary from Glen, Creative Commons-licensed music by Nine Inch Nails.Note that all footage is used for educational purposes only, and was captured using a method recently endorsed by the MPAA for exercising fair use.
Glen takes a look at John Carpenter's creepy, grotesque love song to the influence of horror movies.
Glen reviews Elvira's first original film, a goofy little mix of 80's horror clichés.
Mike and the Bots take on This Island Earth, while Glen takes on Mike and the Bots. How much meta can you take?
Woody Allen's fantasy of escapist film gets reviewed as Popcorn: The Rough Cut continues.
Candy giant and recluse Willy Wonka invites children into his factory where they are systematically maimed and crippled. Yes, it's a family movie!