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Fright Night “Oh, you’re so cool, Brewster!”

  One of Marion and Julia’s VERY favorite vampire films, written and directed by Tom Holland, this films hits all of the right comedy/horror notes – with terrific makeup effects, a great soundtrack and lovable characters, this films has it all. If you haven’t seen it, what are you waiting for? (17)

The Dark Half “The sparrows are flying again”

George Romero and Stephen King team up again for 1993’s The Dark Half, in which Timothy Hutton plays Thad Beaumont, a writer who has to kill off his author alter ego, George Stark, once his identity has been found out. But George isn’t too happy about it. Superb performances and a super cool concept. Plus […]

FilmSnobbery Podcast – Episode 10

After a couple weeks of downtime to digest from the Thanksgiving holiday, co-host Devin Watson and host Nic LaRue are back with another fun episode covering the recently released official feature selections of the Sundance and Slamdance film festivals to be held in Park City, Utah in the late December.  They converse on the differences […]

FilmSnobbery Podcast – Episode 9

  Hey everyone, Happy Thanksgiving!  We aren’t able to do our traditional episode of The FilmSnobbery Podcast for you today due to family commitments, but what we were able to dig up was a talk that host Nic LaRue gave way back in 2011 at SXSW called “Your Baby Is Ugly”.  This seminar dealt with […]

FilmSnobbery Weekly Radio Show – Episode 3

This week on a jam-packed episode of the FilmSnobbery Weekly Radio Show, host Nic LaRue chats with writer, director, and actress Jenna Laurenzo about her feature film directorial debut, LEZ BOMB, starring herself, Caitlin Mehner, Cloris Leachman, Steve Guttenberg, Kevin Pollak, and Bruce Dern. We talk about working with legends like Cloris and Kevin, and […]

Shocker “Jesus, that chair really kicks ass.”

1989’s Shocker is a teenage boy pleaser, with its heavy metal soundtrack and bad ass baddie, Horace Pinker. A lot of Wes Craven trademarks in this film, and parallels to A Nightmare on Elm Street, with Peter Berg picking up the lead role as Jonathan Parker, a young man whose dreams might just be the […]

FilmSnobbery Podcast – Episode 8

This jam-packed episode of The FilmSnobbery Podcast examines the business reasons behind the imminent closure of the Film Struck streaming service, gets into the nitty-gritty of why someone can’t just come out of the blue and acquire the service as some people have suggested on social media and talk about how a poorly designed platform, […]

Deadly Friend “BB!”

Kristy Swanston stars in Wes Craven’s 1986 film Deadly Friend as Samantha, a teen killed by her father and brought back to life with a microchip in her brain by the kid genius next door – this film is a little all over the place, but if you’ve ever dreamed of Kristy Swanson doing robotic […]

FilmSnobbery Podcast – Episode 7

The FilmSnobbery crew Nic LaRue and Devin Watson relate their recent trip to the Indie Memphis Film Festival, talk about how festivals can increase their media coverage, and gush about the quality of the film programming at this particular fest overall. Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review our podcast on iTunes! Put us in […]

FilmSnobbery Weekly Radio Show – Episode 2

  Tonight we’ve got Director/Producer Mark Stolaroff coming on the show to chat about his new movie Driver X and his No Budget Film School course for new filmmakers. We’ll also be taking your calls, listening to some clips from past FilmSnobbery interviews, and figuring out what’s happened this week in our industry.  We also […]

Halloween Special Episode – Movie Night with Marion and Julia – New Nightmare

  Happy Halloween everyone! Today we are releasing a special episode. We love horror movies and want to watch them with all our fans. This is the next best thing. We recorded commentary to Wes Craven’s New Nightmare. You can play this episode while watching the movie and it will be like we are right […]

The Hills Have Eyes “Stay on the main road.”

  In the 1970’s, Wes Craven was brutal and this film is no exception. An unflinching look at the lengths a family will go to survive, this film is bleak and primal, only mere cinematic steps away from Last House on the Left. Plus, cannibals! (7)