Steve and Miros veer slightly off course to explore the career of schlock auteur and first ballot Caustic Content hall of famer, Stephen Groo. LET THE GROO-OFF BEGIN!Read More
DEATH TO THE ALGORITHM! LONG LIVE THE NEW FLESH! The OV Crew talks about our impending doom and the latest wave of direct-to-streaming cinema including Roma, The Other Side of the Wind, Bird Box, Cam, Illang: The Wolf Brigade and more.
PLUS: The latest installment of the OV 9-1-1 recap featuring a brand new theme songRead More
The Spy Who Loved Me threw out Ian Fleming’s original story in favor of an over-the-top tale of a megalomaniac trying to destroy the world and build a new underwater civilization. It’s also the world’s first introduction to a non-shark cinematic Jaws! But is this goofy Roger Moore romp as entertaining as it is silly? Jake and Jack investigate.Read More
This week on Caustic Content, Miros tries melt Steve’s brain with Kracker Jack’d, a Friday meets Friday the 13th blaxploitation horror comedy. Steve taps into the current political climate by forcing Miros to watch The Remedy—the self proclaimed “smartest indie movie ever made,” and a hodgepodge of banal centrism, stoner humor and moralizing.
BONUS: Miros interviews the director of Blood Dynasty, Chris AlexanderRead More
Caustic Content returns with another episode to test the willpower and mental fortitude of Steve and Miros. This week, it’s Da Pinche Code a manic action comedy up against an insufferably pretentious art film titled Antlers of Reason.Read More
Optimism Vaccine continues the time-honored October tradition of introducing Shawn to great horror auteurs. This year, for really no good reason at all, we chose Joe D’Amato. Yeah, seriously. Join us as Shawn experiences classic like Beyond the Darkness, Anthropophagous, Absurd and… umm… Porno Holocaust.
his week, Jake Tropila joins Steve and Miros as the very first Caustic Content guest. We’re also going big budget (well, by our standards) for the first time. Miros unleashes the Troma-endorsed butthole horror classic, Hellitosis: The Legend of Stankmouth. Steve counters with an art house edge lord slice of extreme horror, Tempus Tormentum.Read More
Upon its release in 1974, Guy Hamilton’s final bond movie was derided for its lighthearted tone. Is Roger Moore enough to buoy this James Bond film, or is the The Man with the Golden Gun still a dud over 40 years later?
A rare ALMOST TIMELY episode from the OV crew. This week, we hit the local multiplex to check out critical darlings Searching and The Little Stranger. Oh and Shane Black’s new dumpster fire, The Predator, too. BONUS: dramatic reading of a classic David Ehrlich review and the return of the official Optimism Vaccine Went to the Movies theme song.
The age of single screen horror is upon us! The OV crew talks Unfriended and its sequel, Unfriended: Dark Web as well as the lesser known Friend Request. BONUS: unfunny sex jokes and mocking alt-right internet figures.Read More
Film has a long and storied history of iconic, acclaimed musicals so why not subject yourself to the worst the genre has to offer? This week, Miros subjects us to the ultra low-budget punk rock space opera, Psycho Bettys From Planet Pussycat and Steve counters with the self-proclaimed "first gay steampunk musical," Prof. Tomfoolery Saves the Planet!Read More
The OV crew shares their experiences from THE BINGE: A one time event where all four Purge films are watched and discussed. Remember, government officials ranking 10 or higher must remain unharmed, the use of weaponry above Class 4 is forbidden and police and emergency services are suspended.Read More
Roger Moore makes his James Bond film debut and special guest Adam Miros makes his For Your Ears Only podcast debut! Join the boys as they discuss Live and Let Die: A hodgepodge of blaxploitation cliches and Paul McCartney music.Read More
Moldy fridge or murderous alien creature? This week, the Bebop crew puts bounty hunting on the back burner to fight off a mutant lobster that has invaded the ship. Steve and Colin also take a look at the life and history of Steve Blum--American voice actor for Spike Spiegel.Read More