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Mary Rotolo, Nic Brown: B-Movie Maniacs

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The B-Movie Cast is a website, podcast, and forum devoted to all things B-movie and cult move related. We talk about B-Movies, Cult, Art House, Independent, Drive-In, Horror, Biker Euro Trash, DVD, Italian Thrillers, Exploitation, Vintage TV genre. We also discuss B-Movie Magazines, Music, Tradeshows, and Expos. So if you love B-Movies please subscribe.
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Indie Movie Cast

Ultimatum Pictures

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The podcast for indie moviemakers, by indie moviemakers. INDIE MOVIE CAST will bring you lots of news on indie film festivals, contests, competitions and everything indie. SCHMOLLYWOOD is a segment about all of the happenings in our favorite mess of a filthy excuse for a town. THINK HOW I THINK are movie reviews that will not only sway your opinions, it will mold them... not really... ENHANCED WITH IMAGES AND CHAPTERS
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IMC - Instant Movie Cast

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In unseren Film Podcasts besprechen wir (Chris & Jo) von Zeit zu Zeit und mit wechselnden Gästen, aktuelle Filme sowie richtige Klassiker der Filmgeschichte. Aber auch der ein oder andere ordentlich trashige Schinken wird gerne von uns mal unter die Lupe genommen. Unmittelbar nachdem wir uns einen der Filme in einer gemütlichen Runde angesehen haben, plaudern wir dann darüber, was uns genau gefallen hat, oder was uns überrascht bzw. eventuell gar nicht gefallen hat. Wir haben dabei meist ein ...
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Two life long horror film addicts explore the far realms of horror movies! From the blood and guts of the big horror franchises, all the way to forgotten gems and B Movie madness! Episodes range from franchise retrospectives, and our favourite horror moments, to reviews of horror films that have just released - slashers, spectres and all films blood curdling - whether you’re a die hard horror fan or looking to get into some scary cinema, Seb and Robbie have got you covered. Be sure to subscr ...
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This week we are back and straight from the cinema after seeing The beginning of a new trilogy in The Strangers Chapter 1. In this spoiler-free short episode we discuss the highlights of the film, the actors performances and the terrible deja-vu feeling if you've watched the original film. We will return on Monday with the Full Spoiler review episo…
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The B-Movie Cast is back and this time we’re searching for the Abominable Snow man of the Himalayas. Only we couldn’t afford a trip to Napal, so we had to settle for John Caradine telling us all about how they found one in Nagano Japan! Join Mary, Nic, and Juan as we check out “Half Human” (original Japanese title: “Jūjin Yuki Otoko” meaning ‘Beast…
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This week we return to our divisive horrors feature, looking at the horror films that cause a stir in good and bad ways and films that you either love them or hate them. The Cast Me to Hell boys are here to decide if this divisive horror is a modern artistic masterpiece or a mind numbing bore. Skinamarink (2022) is an experimental horror film in th…
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This week we return celebrating for some a much loved classic and for others a throw away monster mash up from 20 years ago this very week. We are looking back at Van Helsing (2004) on it's 20th Anniversary. We discuss our own history of this film with Robbie loving this nostalgic monster movie in his teens and Seb never really understanding the fu…
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This week we return to our Must See Horror feature and this week we are each deciding on the 1986 David Cronenberg classic The Fly. We discuss is status as a classic horror and a well received remake of another Vincent Price classic. We delve into the key elements of the film including how it subverts in some ways your expectations for the film and…
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This week we bring you our Spoiler review of Radio Silence's Abigail. Following on from our straight from the cinema spoiler free episode (check it out first), we delve deeper into the film and talk about those must see moments for those who have seen this vampire ballerina film. We talk about the great cast there best moments, the unexpected level…
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This week we are back and straight from the cinema after seeing Radio Silence's Abigail (2024). In this spoiler free short episode we discuss the highlights of the film, the actors performances and the horrifying ballerina moments without giving away any of those big moments. We will return on Monday with our Spoiler episode discussing Abigail in m…
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Following on from our spoiler free review (check it out for more context within this episode) We know bring you all the big spoilers and in depth discussion of the key areas that worked and didn't work within this prequel to the masterpiece that is The Omen (1976). We discuss the films horror influences, the cast and the links to the original film …
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Straight from the cinema we are back with our Spoiler Free short review of The First Omen. Prequel to on of our favourite horrors The Omen, find out our thoughts on this religious horror prequel. Once you've seen the film come and tell us your thoughts and check out our Spoiler Episode releasing on Monday. You can find us @cmthpodcast on twitter an…
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This week we return to our Video nasties feature to continue delving into the films British cinema deemed to offensive to be released. This time on the feature we cover a film that has never recieved any form of British release and is still banned in many countries around the world; The Beast in Heat (1977). You need to hear why this Italian Nazi E…
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This week we are back with another instalment in our Must See Horror list as we delve into one of the biggest horror icon's in Chucky or as the film's actually known Child's Play. In this episode we go to some weird places including our obscene tangents as we discuss the history behind the film and some facts you may not have known about the produc…
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This week Thanksgiving comes very late or extremely early as we delve into Eli Roth's long overdue Grindhouse inspired Thanksgiving (2023). We discuss the film at length looking at its roots within grindhouse horror and comparing it with the original trailer from the Grindhouse double bill of Robert Rodriquez's Planet Terror and Quentin Tarantino's…
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This week we return with our latest in our feature In Memoriam charting all those lost within the genre of Horror. This time we look at the thirstiest of them all with Sexual Men we didn't want to die. Now if you've listened to our podcast before you will know regardless of each persons choices sexually there are some men and women that are just re…
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This week we return with an Xtrodinary origin story and return to Ti West's X universe with Pearl (2022). We discuss the film in depth talking through Mia Goth's performance, the Golden Age of cinema tone from it's 1918 setting and it's link with its predecessor X (2022). So join us as we have severe mental breakdowns through insanely long smiles a…
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On this Valentines week the Cast Me To Hell boys aren't serving you love but a big old fight night showdown as we finally scrap it out over Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula. If you've listen to the podcast over the years or listened to our earlier Overrated Horrors episode you will know a fight has been brewing as Seb believes this film is overrated …
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This week we return to our Must See Horror feature with 1962's Day of the Triffids. We discuss the translation from classic novel to screen, some of the the other more faithful adaptations and our commentary as we go through the film like two blind men flying a plane. We mention other horrors of the time like The Birds, The Blob and War of the Worl…
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This week we return to our yearly feature of January Dumping Ground where we search the local tip for the best and worth films released in the often maligned January film release. January's can be a hard time for film's and often studios dump their content there when they have little faith in it. Often these dumped films are not well received or be…
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This week we return to our video nasties with one of the most controversial films of all time Cannibal Holocaust. We discuss the film in-depth talking through the first found footage film and it's many horrifying and taboo elements. We dive into the many controversial issues such as its believed status as a snuff film, the many elements of animal c…
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We are back with our first episode of the new year and following a short break to bring you more horror film discussions.# This week we take a look back at 2023 to discuss the best films we've viewed throughout the year. We talk about first time viewings and new to cinema releases, many not mentioned in the podcast and a few throwbacks. We also dis…
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The B-Movie Cast is in the holiday spirit this year with a tale of death by plane crash, jealous murder, and holiday cheer! That’s right Mary, Nic and Juan are checking out “Beyond Christmas” AKA “Beyond Tomorrow”, a 1940 holiday tale of three rich old men living together in New York who decide to invite strangers into their home for Christmas and …
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'Look at me Damien, It's all for you!' This week we bow before the devil as we try our hardest to stop the demons spawn from taking over the world as he takes down all that stand in his way. We return to our Must See Horror list and decide does The Omen deserves it place among the top 100 horror films of all time. We talk about its impact on other …
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This week we return to our Video Nasty segment delving into the banned underworld of international cinema that were banished in the UK. We have an insane one this week with Burial Grounds (1981) also Known as Nights of Terror. A 80's Italian zombie horror that features some low budget mud zombies and the weirdest child character possibly ever place…
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The B-Movie cast makes it big, really BIG when Mary, Nic and returning guest Bill Mize, check out the 1957, Bert I. Gordon classic “Beginning of the End”. Thrill to giant grasshoppers battling stock footage of the US military while trying not to fall off pictures of famous buildings! Yes, it’s some old school B-movie fun that features Peter Graves …
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This week we travel to the circus to join in the intergalactic fun with The Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Join us for the crazy B movie fun as we explore the wild and wacky world of Killer Klowns and their many ways of dispatching members of a small community. We discuss its status within our Must See 100 horrors list deciding if it is deserving …
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This week we discuss John Carpenters cult classic Lovecraftian film In the Mouth of Madness (1994). We discuss the film's status as a cult classic but underperforming box office flop. We focus on it's part in the Apocalypse trilogy that includes The Thing and The Prince of Darkness. We talk about the lovecraft inspirations and our insane love of al…
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Happy Halloween dear listeners and prepare yourselves for a fourth round of campy campfire fun with the Cast Me to Hell camp counsellors. As on this Halloween night we bring you a special short episode with 3 terrifying stories from around the campfire. So take a seat around the fire and prepare yourself for some seasonal screams!!! Go bac and Chec…
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Happy Halloween from Cast Me To Hell as we bring you the overly long titled episode because we both came at this idea from two similar but different ways for our annual Halloween Recommendations. This week our recommendations focus on horror films you've heard of many times but that were forgotten to horror history or those underappreciated horrors…
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This week we return straight from the cinema to review the video game phenomenon that old people in their 30's plus don't really understand, Five Nights At Freddy's. (First 20 minutes are spoiler free.) We come equipped with our limited knowledge of the games, lore or what half the easter eggs mean to review this teen horror that doesn't feel like …
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Even a podcast that is pure of heart and says it’s prayers by night may do “Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman” when the moon is full and bright… and it’s Halloween! Joining Mary and Nic this week is Mark Mawston! Mark has moved to a crazy new pad near Stonehenge and we’ll hear about that, talk about Lon Chaney Jr and Bela Lugosi together again in two …
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This week we return to the original site of possession in horror, no its not the original possession film but many still deem it the greatest in all of horror. Following our review of The Exorcist: Believer (we try to avoid comparisons to the requel but we fail!) we bring you our thoughts on why the original is such a shocking and classic horror fi…
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This week we celebrate with our Special Bonus Friday The 13th October episode all about, you guessed it....Friday The 13th!!! In this Special Bonus October Jason Voorhees murder memories extravaganza we talk all things F13 by picking out our favourite films in the franchise or featuring our Horror Icon Jason Voorhees. We discuss the most enjoyable …
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We are back again straight from the cinema to make you all a believer!!! To make you believe that The Exorcist: Believer is not the disaster you may have been led to believer. The first 20 minutes are a spoiler-free so come and listen knowing your in a safe space before you see the film, we will warn you before we move into those possession spoiler…
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We return straight from the cinema with our thoughts on the return and latest instalment in the Saw franchise. Jigsaw returns and this time we are going back between the events of the original Saw and Saw 2. We were both sceptical about a return to this long worn franchise, with many diminished returns can this be a return to form? Do we think this…
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The B-Movie cast hops in our souped-up coup and heads to the wilds of Texas. Mary, Nic and Bill Mize venture into a world of 30-year-old teens, alcoholic DJs and the sneakiest giant lizard you’ll never meet in Ray Kellogg’s 1959 classic “The Giant Gila Monster”. Hear Don Sullivan sing, see France’s 1957 Miss Universe entry Lisa Simone, watch a Mexi…
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This week we delve into our first J Horror film with Ringu (1998). We discuss the film at length with the odd combination of half an episode with and without host Robbie...find out why his 7 days are up. Warning there may be loud static involved. We discuss the director Hideo Nakata's history of making this film and some of its Japanese and America…
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This week The Cast Me to Hell boys are thinking 'Oh no you didn't! They went and made another sequel to a film that didn't need it!' Yes we are delving into our own personal unnecessary sequels, these can be films we felt never needed a sequel, where the sequel tarnished the brand of the original or generally sequels that make no sense. So hold on …
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This week we return to our Must See Horror feature making our way through our supposed 100 greatest horrors list to decide; Are they a Must See Horror? We are heading out into a deserted wasteland for Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes, the directors second ever film and a well known cult classic. We discuss the film in depth, recall its relationship…
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This week we return to our Video Nasties feature by delving into the dark and dirty world of Snuff films. Specifically the controversial 1976 film Snuff. A controversial film for its marketing campaign that sold the film as a real Snuff film building on the urban legends of the film we discuss in the episode. Although a critically mauled film fille…
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The B-Movie Cast didn’t ask ChatGPT for anything about this one, instead we asked filmmaker Brian Cunningham to join Mary and Nic for the 1981 sci fi thriller “Looker”. This trip into the uncanny valley was written and directed by Michael Crichton. “Looker” has the honor of being the first film to show a solid looking 3D model of a human, getting t…
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We return to our Must See Horror's list to decide if Cujo (1983) belongs to be in the Top 100 horror list we are following. We discuss our history with the film and with Stephen King adaptations. We talk through the film we know for many is a beloved nostalgic tale that made them scared of dogs like Spielberg did with sharks, but do we both on firs…
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This week we have made it to our 100th episode and so we are covering an absolute classic in George A Romero's Dawn Of The Dead (1978). We discuss the different cut's of the film including Dario Argento's influence on the film away from his own edited cut. We talk through the film's impact on the genre and the zombie films that preceded and followe…
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In the build up to our 100th episode, we take a look back at some of the 99 episodes (not exactly) that preceded it and our thoughts and feeling about whether we love or hate our very own podcast. We discuss some of our personal funniest and favourite moments and reflect on a few of the less effective episodes or moments in our 3 year history. So j…
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In the build up to our 100th episode we start our reflective journey looking back at our namesake of a film in Sam Raimi's Drag Me To Hell, but the real question is, do we actually like the film? We talk about how it did, or did not inspire our podcasts name and more importantly we both delve into Sam Raimi's return to horror after a long wallcrawl…
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The B-Movie Cast crew put on their most historically inaccurate Viking helmets and dive headfirst into the little known Viking invasion of Tampa Bay Florida with the Charles B. Pierce epically bad action film “The Norseman” staring Lee “you’ll pay me how much to be in this film?” Majors in his most Viking-like role. Joining Nic and Mary for this hi…
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This week we return to our Must See Horror feature and decide the fate of Fright Night, will it be deserving of a place on the Top 100 Horrors of all time or does it deserve a stake through the heart? We discuss the cult status of the film, the sexual man that is Jerry Dandridge and comparisons with a certain other cult 80's vampire teen horror. We…
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The B-Movie Cast is going dark again with another visit to the world of film noir with the 1955 classic “Kiss Me Deadly”. Joining Mary and Nic in the seedy underworld of 1950’s LA is fan favorite Mark Mawston! So, get ready for Mike Hammer in the film that may have introduced the “anti-hero” and the search for the MacGuffin to end all MacGuffins… m…
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This week we return to the controversial Horror Hot Takes feature just to annoy you all. Last time we covered Horror Hot Takes we talked about our general Hot Take on things we like or dislike about horror. This time we look at the Overrated Horrors we think exist and are over hyped, get too much love or are just generally bad films. We each have c…
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