Bloodlust Commentary: Wolfcop

In this Very Special Episode, we confront Jessie's use of caffeine pills while trying to get into her dream school. Just kidding, we watch Wolfcop (streaming on Netflix) and record our reactions. Queue up the movie and watch with us!


Director: Lowell Dean

Writer: Lowell Dean

Stars: Leo Fafard, Amy Matysio, Sarah Lind

Synopsis: Alcoholic cop, Lou, regularly drinks, blacks out, and wakes up in strange places. However, Lou starts to realize there may be something else going on during his black outs, and it's not just a lot of drunk shopping.

28 | What We Do In the Shadows

What We Do in the Shadows
Directors: Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi
Writers: Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi
Starring: Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi, Rhys Darby, 
Synopsis: This is the true story...of 5 vampires...picked to live in a flat...live together and have their lives taped...to find out what happens...when vampires stop being polite...and start getting real...What We Do in the Shadows

What'd we think of What We Do in the Shadows?
(Out of 5 stars)

We spend a bit of time at the beginning of this episode discussing three trailers for upcoming movies. Looks like promising stuff! We're including them for your viewing pleasure. 

Goodnight Mommy - in theaters September 11, 2015.

Next up, we're looking at a recent "haunted house" movie called, We are Still Here. Check out the trailer and then join us for our discussion! 

26 | Late Phases


Late Phases
Director: Adrian Garcia Bogliano
Writer: Eric Stolze 
Starring: Nick Damici, Ethan Embry
Synopsis: Blind Vietnam War veteran, Ambrose, is moved into a retirement community by his son, Ethan Embry. Not long after he moves in, Ambrose notices something strange about Crescent Bay; occupants keep dying grisly deaths and it seems to happen once a month, like clock work. Not one to put up with anyone's shit, let alone a rogue werewolf, Ambrose starts on a mission to take care of the problem once and for all. 

What'd we think of Late Phases?
(Out of 5 stars)

For our next trick, we'll be watching The Nightmare, a documentary about sleep paralysis. We're straying away from your standard horror film a bit but we're sure it will be worth it because sleep paralysis is a terrifying concept. It has led to the myths of succubus and incubus, as well as "shadow men." At least one of our trio has experience with sleep paralysis so this should be an interesting and lively discussion!