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COVID-19 has thrown Hollywood for a loop and the Horror genre is no different. “Crazy Train” Jonathan Bolick and Seth “Zandrax” Zillman discuss the delays in The Coroner’s Report. Then, in the Gruesome Twosome is a review of two classic B-Movies centered around evil cars: 1977’s The Car and 1987’s Maximum Overdrive. Finally, The Reverend Dan Wilson joins to talk The Chattanooga Film Festival.
2:25 – The Coroner’s Report
Here is the list of movies with new release dates.
- The New Mutants will now be released on August 28th
- Monster Hunter is unchanged at September 4th
- Candyman will now drop on September 25th
- Halloween Kills (the sequel to the 2018 reboot) on October 16th
- Ghostbusters: Afterlife had been delayed a full year until March 5th, 2021
- Morbius also delayed until March 19th, 2021
- Godzilla vs. Kong delayed until May 21st, 2021
- Spiral will bow on May 21st, 2021
- Scoob! released for digital on May 15th
30:40 – Other News
- Shudder has ordered a third season of Creepshow before Season One even finishes airing
- The trailer for the sequel to Train To Busan, Peninsula
41:30 – The Gruesome Twosome
43:00 – The Car (1977) – James Brolin stars in one of the more entertaining B-Horror Movies, The Car. As the name implies, it’s an entry in the “Killer Car” genre. The film is currently streaming on Netflix.
1:00:10 – Maximum Overdrive (1987) – The only film to be directed by Stephen King. Much like The Car, it has to do with evil machines. This time, mainly trucks and computer devices.
1:22:30 – Into The Crystal Ball
The Reverend Dan Wilson returns to talk about the Chatanooga Film Festival. Not only mention the movies themselves but how the panels with Ice T and GWAR went. Also, the movie The Beyond is discussed. You can check out Dan’s company One Good Scare.