I’m back, & this week I’ll be talking about the Dentist 1 & 2. Also, my friend Xander Kane stops by with a review of El Monstro Del Mar, I eat my words about the Maniac remake, & Look What You Did: Leave The Old Directors Alone!! Enjoy
After 5 months of being away from the podcast, I’m back to talk about The Centerfold Girls (1974) & Nothing Underneath (1985). I also review the indie short, No Clowning Around, Look What You Did: Texas Chainsaw Assacre….in 3D, & Johnny Krueg shows voodoo flicks some love. You also have until May 15th to donate to the Kickstarter campaign for the new comedy web series, The Bad (from the creators of Blood on the Highway & Narcissism & Me). It’s completely awesome & hilarious, so check it out! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/127160787/the-bad-a-comedy-series-from-the-fires-of-hell-sub?ref=live Enjoy The Show
For this episode of Krueger Nation, I’ll be discussing the slasher films Terror Night aka Bloody Movie & The Backlot Murders. We have a special segment from Lady Deathrattle called, Fun With Lady Friends. ALSO, Look What You Did: 1313-What The Fuck Did I Just Watch!?, Johnny Krueg Likes Crazy Monologues, & my Top 3 Unconventional Christmas Horror Flicks. ENJOY
On this very special episode of Krueger Nation, I’m reviewing some slasher films that are notorious for being the worst of the worst. The Last Slumber Party, Edge Of The Axe, & Terror At Tenkiller. Did I lose a bet? Nope. Just wanted to give them a fair chance. Will I agree with the majority, or will I shine some light on these films & give them their due? Tune in to find out! Also, my good friend Xander Kane is back reviewing Needle from 2010, & Look What You Did: Silent Night, Shitty Release Night. Enjoy
This is a massive episode for Krueger Nation! Today I review the first 4 films in the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. Also, a sleazy new segment from my good friend Mike Cadaver featuring Zombie Lake, Look What You Did: What’s Missing New Line?!, & a bonus review for the Thanksgiving slasher Home Sweet Home (1981). Enjoy
This episode, I’m talking about the satanic slasher flicks, Satan’s Blade & The Redeemer: Son of Satan. Also, Look What You Did: Evil Dead remake…Why You Look So Good!? This episode is a tad bit shorter than most people are probably expecting, but remember: It’s not the size that counts, it’s the sores you’re left with….(Not sure where I was going with that). Anyway, enjoy
That’s right The Massive One is back with another A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master home video inside look.
I recently perched A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master on DVD, I know I’m late to the party. Since the 1999 VHS box set release there was no reason for me to double dip and buy the DVDs. Since then, yeah I bought A Nightmare on Elm Street on DVD – the Infinifilm edition and found New Nightmare used for dirt cheap. And both films has some kind of commentary or behind the scenes features. Back to The Dream Master, if you will. I retired my 1999 VHS copy of Nightmare 4, the tracking was getting bad and the tape has been eaten twice by my VCR. But I’m going to miss the days of working the tracking out and rewinding the tape, but the future is here and with my brand new DVD here’s what I have to say.
First, the VHS interviews are missing from the DVD that you would find at the very end of the VHS after the credits. The only special features on the DVD is a Theatrical Trailer for said film, Jump to a Nightmare, Cast & Crew – where you can read up on the cast, and lastly Audio Options… Really! Audio Options, you mean subtitles is an extra and so is 5.1 Surround Sound… Oh Massive I hit the jackpot. If you gotta call audio options an extra you’re just trying to fill extra DVD memory.
As I stated before, a cast or director’s commentary would make this bare bones DVD a Massive buy from day one. But since it doesn’t have any of that I’m still happy I bought the DVD. It’s my all time favorite horror film that has a great soundtrack, effects and a heroine that kicks ass and is still alive and well after the sequel ends… Unless you read the comics, but that’s a story for another time. This is The Massive One telling all of you to check out more of my work at Drunken Zombie and be sure to follow DZDoiner. Also a Massive thank you to Johnny Krueg for bringing me back to Krueger Nation one more time! Massive.