AOTBM Podcast – 36 – Repo Man

In this Emilo Esteves punk rock sci fi classic he becomes…..a repo man, then finds that the job is more interesting than he ever thought

AOTBM Podcast – 35 – Starcrash

In this episode I discuss a classic space opera from the late 70’s, no not Star Wars, Starcrash. By classic I mean cult classic, anyway it stars the Hoff so enjoy!

AOTBM Podcast – 34 – The Final Sacrifice

in  this triumph return episode recorded on national beer day, Johnny tells us a bit about the 1990 Canadian film, The Final Sacrifice!\

AOTBM Podcast – 33 – The Gate

This time around I talk about a movie that proves why you shouldn’t trust your kids at home for a weekend alone, they just might open a gate to hell! Starring a young stephen Dorff, this movie

AOTBM Podcast – 32 – Werewolf

This time we head to the mid 90’s to talk about Werewolf. If there was ever a movie that screamed B! it’s this one, starring Emilio Esteves Uncle, Joe Estaves and a cast of never were’s its

AOTBM Podcast – 31 – the return of the living dead

This episode features the first movie to ever make zombies crave brains, The Return of the Living Dead. Featuring a hardcore punk and death rock soundtrack, lots of b movie quality and two dead heroes this is

AOTBM Podcast – 30 – CHUD

In this episode we travel to the depths of the New York City sewer system to solve the mystery of disappearing homeless people. Starring John Heard and Daniel Stern, it also includes the first appearances of John

AOTBM Podcast – 29 – deep star six

Now we return to the deep ocean to see that not all aliens come from space. In Deepstar Six we find that sometimes the creatures we don’t know about can be the deadliest, with some pretty grusome

AOTBM Podcast – 28 – resident evil

This time around I feature a movie that I actually really liked, even as a fan of the games. Sure it doesn’t follow the game, but for me it’s a pretty solid horror film that deserves a

AOTBM Podcast – 27 – the thing

Is The Thing John Carpenter’s greatest film? Is it one of the greatest sci-fi horror flicks of all time? If it’s not it’s pretty damned close. Based off the 50’s classic The Thing From Another World and