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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. Allen and Katie watch horror movies from all eras and of all qualities and then discuss them in a not-so-academic way (just as the name "Werewolf Ambulance" might imply!) and then discuss and rate them. The episodes do contain spoilers, so please watch the films before listening if that bothers you!
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Movies! Movies! Movies! We love ‘em even when we hate them. Join indie filmmakers Brian Cottington and John Wooliscroft who each week tackle your favorite movies both new and old..good and bad, through the lens of smart film critique with a heavy dose of comedy. So strap in to laugh about the films of Neil Breen while analyzing the works of Steven Spielberg because all are welcome to our cinematic madhouse.
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Comedians pitch absurd and creative prequels, sequels and remakes for films that don't need them! Each episode features a prequel, sequel and remake plus a candid discussion of the film in question. Wonder what a prequel for Ready Player One or Space Jam 2 would look like? Give us a listen and find out! New episodes every other Wednesday. Official Site: http://PrequelSequelRemake.com Subscribe: http://PrequelSequelRemake.com/Subscribe Twitter: http://Twitter.com/PreSequelCast Facebook: http: ...
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DTMMB Media | Movie Reviews with Vince DeGeorge and Chris Herndon

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Vince DeGeorge and Chris Herndon love movies - both old and new. They've been watching movies together for over 25 years, and have picked up a thing or two along the way. They want to not only give you their thoughts on current movies, but introduce a new generation to some older classics. Oh, you may hear some other things along the way because they love to experiment. See more at: http://dtmmbmedia.com
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Listener note: due to a glitchy mic, we had to lose a few minutes of this episode. Unfortunately that's where we put all the good jokes so we apologize for that. In this week's episode, we decided to ask our Patróns to suggest some queer-friendly horror films, and many of them mentioned the 2022 film "Bodies Bodies Bodies." Special topics for your …
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Join us as we dive deep into the many facets of the much-anticipated yet highly controversial "Madame Web" movie, directed by S.J. Clarkson and starring Dakota Johnson and Sydney Sweeney. From character inconsistencies to underlying industry sexism, we've got it all covered! 🚀 🔍 Episode Breakdown: Madame Web: Worst Superhero Movie Yet? We compare "…
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In this week's episode, we're living through yet another zombie apocalypse with the 2009 horror comedy "Zombieland." Special topics for your consideration include: a fitting tribute to an American treasure, controversial takes on snack cakes, our feelings on Columbus (both the city and the person), keeping up one's everyday makeup routine during th…
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Hey EMTs, Allen and I have always been pretty open about our mental health with you, and unfortunately this week we just were not in the headspace to make jokes about "The Sacrament," the really very good 2013 Ti West film about the Jonestown massacre. We recorded about 18 minutes of content and they were shit; we tried eating Oreos and even that d…
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Is Howard The Duck Really THAT Terrible? The George Lucas produced film (you know the Star Wars one) has the distinction of not only kick starting the cinematic voyage of Marvel Films, but also having the reputation of being one of the weirdest and just down right terrible films to come out of the 1980's. Starring Lea Thompson, fresh off of Back to…
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Katie is on vacation so you get a rare Allen write up. This week's movie a low for a time known as a horror deadzone. But we make the most of it and bring you over an hour of yuck yucks. Special topics include: being a poor man's Ethan Hawke. Why is it so dark? Why is it so wet? Unwanted advertisements. When a movie tried to be every other movie. Y…
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The Birds (1963) just might be Alfred Hitchcock's most terrifying film. This film follows wealthy socialite and practical joker, Melanie Daniels (Tippi Hedren) as she ends up in the sleepy seaside town of Bodega Bay on pursuit of a new boyfriend, Mitch Brenner (Rod Taylor) only to be caught in a freak bird attack that turns Bodega Bay into a hellsc…
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In this week's episode, we're visiting arguably one of the worst eras of horror with the 2003 crossover movie "Freddy vs. Jason." Special topics for your consideration include: a new patron saint of Werewolf Ambulance, quibbling with a quippy villain, stupid characters being utterly unable to fly under the radar, Jason's regrets when he thinks abou…
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North by Northwest is an interesting little spy film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. This week, we take a look at this dazzling spy thriller about mistaken identity, double agents, microfilm, and Martin Landau's creepy eyes. Get 20% OFF Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code CINEMA20 at https://manscaped.com (affiliate link) Find The Cinema Psycho…
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In this week's episode, we reminisce about our times as punks on the road in the 2020 horror comedy "Uncle Peckerhead." Special topics for your consideration include: a lot of tour stories, poor band to band etiquette, dreaming about playing with Queef Queens, a stellar voicemail, and revisiting the crucible that formed our real-life friendship (a …
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Rope from 1948 is a little known Alfred Hitchcock film that deals with one of Hitchcock's favorite subjects....MURDER!!! Specifically, murder that is intellectually argued as a "good" for society. Rope stars John Dall and Farley Granger as Brandon and Phillip, two well-to-do New Yorkers who have just murdered their friend, David. What follows is a …
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In this week's episode, we're discussing a brand-new film that has had the internet abuzz-- 2024's "Late Night with the Devil." Special topics for your consideration include: Katie's great new ideas for a one woman show along with some new employment opportunities, Allen dropping knowledge on ye olde television shows, loosely factual historical non…
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In this week's episode, by popular demand, we're discussing the 2009 Sam Raimi supernatural morality tale "Drag Me to Hell." Special topics for your consideration include: making the tough decisions, gumming a baby, PROFESSOR Justin Long, heavy puking, and Pennsylvania snacks. We have watched a lot of bad things happen to Justin Long; you can catch…
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Joker: Folie à Deux drops its first teaser trailer and we've got a reaction to it! Joaquin Phoenix returns as the demented Arthur Fleck, this time meeting the equally disturbed Harley Quinn played by Lady Gaga. Get 20% OFF Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code CINEMA20 at https://manscaped.com (affiliate link) Find The Cinema Psychos Show on Yo…
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In this week's episode, we check in with our friend and yours but mostly Allen's, Lucio Fulci, and his 1983 sword-and-sandal horror film "Conquest." Holy ghost. Special topics for your consideration include: the most Vaseline you've ever seen, cute lil baby lapdog werewolves, eating brains through a slit in a mask (like you do), laser arrows, learn…
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Get 20% OFF Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code CINEMA20 at MANSCAPED.com! Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 classic, Rear Window, is a voyeur's fantasy about all the good that spying on your neighbors can bring...like solving a murder. Starring Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly, Rear Window tells the story of a disabled photographer who turns to the lives…
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Get 20% OFF Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code CINEMA20 at MANSCAPED.com! Unleash your film's potential with Blood Oath Films! 🎬 In this riveting episode of The Cinema Psychos Show, we're broadcasting straight from the Eerie Horror Fest with special guests Aaron B. Koontz, Brandon Hill, and Ashleigh Snead. These industry mavens from Blood Oa…
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In this week's episode, we're going back to a question that has haunted me for years: did I actually see a good movie about scarecrows years ago, or was it all a dream? A number of you have suggested that it might be the 1988 film "Scarecrows," so here we are. Special topics for your consideration include: bad piloting, bad paramilitary-ing, bad lo…
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Get 20% OFF Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code CINEMA20 at MANSCAPED.com! Beaster Day: Here Comes Peter Cottonhell from 2014 is a terrible movie. Being that April Fools falls the day after Easter, the joke really is on us for thinking that this b movie featuring some of the worst VFX ever along with ZERO plot, and a bizarrely large amount of…
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In this week's episode, IT'S ALLEN'S BIRTHDAY and it's a biggie, so we're letting him pick whatever he wants. We'll be discussing the 1999 intersection of many of his interests, "The 13th Warrior." Special topics for your consideration include: what makes a good D&D movie, a very brief re-telling of "Beowulf," the Omar Sharif cool factor, religious…
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Calling it right now. RRR is the most epic film you haven't seen. Directed by S. S. Rajamouli, this 2022 action film has more character depth, action, and grandious scale then most if not all action films being made in Hollywood. RRR is a story about 2 historical freedom fighters who meet in this fictional story who use the power of manly friendshi…
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In this week's episode, we are back to the well of one of our mainstay directors, David Cronenberg, with the 1981 film "Scanners." Now we know what it's like to be let down by a friend, hoo boy. Other topics for your consideration include: Michael Ironside doing the heavy lifting, dudes talking, various brands of margarine, more dudes talking, Dr. …
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Why might The Crow (2024) Fail? If you missed it, the new trailer for The Crow 2024 dropped last week and in a special bonus episode, we're going to give you our live reaction to the new trailer. Needless to say, we aren't impressed and we have some concerns about the look, story, and how this new adaptation of James O. Barr's graphic novel made fa…
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Is Leprechaun 4 In Space SO BAD That It's GOOD? On this St. Paddy's Day (well the day after) we finally enter one of the weirdest entires into the long running Leprechaun Franchise. And boy oh boy this one is a doozy. This time, our favorite demonic leprechaun is "bursting his way" to become king of...well we don't know. But he needs a space bride …
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Denis Villeneuve's Epic Dune Part 2 is out and it has taken the world by storm. But with a current Rotten Tomatoes score of 93% and an Audience score of 95%, the question has to be asked: Is Dune Part 2 A Perfect Sequel? Find The Cinema Psychos Show on Youtube - 🔴 SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE and SMASH THAT BELL TO OBLIVION! — https://rebrand.ly/z0uf0cl Wa…
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In this week's episode, we're hanging out in one of our favorite genres: weird Italian shit of the 1970s! We've got the 1979 alien/jesus/horror cult classic "The Visitor." Also, someone call the authorities because somehow Allen has sold me on the aforementioned weird Italian shit and made me love it. Special topics for your consideration include: …
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In this week's episode, we're discussing a 2021 horror comedy starring Allen's favorite dude Sam Richardson, "Werewolves Within." Special topics for your consideration include: some new bands we're planning to form, the world's greatest ad lib, things women hate, and the difference that an absolutely incredible cast can make. Do you like delightful…
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From The Flash to Barbie: The Best and Worst Movies of 2023. This week, we are taking a long hard look at the best and worst films and biggest news stories of 2023. so join us as we talk Taylor Swift's dominance over the film industry, screenwriters and actors battling the evil specter of AI, and the phenomena of Barbenheimer in our annual recap of…
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In this week's episode, we're celebrating Thanksgiving in February (as they say) with the 2023 Eli Roth film "Thanksgiving." Special topics for your consideration include: the return of teens approaching retirement age, hot takes on condiments, hot takes on breakfast foods, hot takes on Eli Roth's jokes, and a touch of eggplant. Eli Roth is kinda s…
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John and Brian got invited to another advanced screening! This time to the new Ethan Coen film Drive Away Dolls. Filmed locally in Pittsburgh and starring Margaret Qualley, Geraldine Viswanathan, and Beanie Feldstein. Synopsis: Jamie regrets her breakup with her girlfriend, while Marian needs to relax. In search of a fresh start, they embark on an …
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In this week's episode, we descend into the bleakest timeline with the absolutely brutal 2023 Argentine film "When Evil Lurks." Special topics for your consideration include: interesting internal logic, extremely gross dudes, wearing a beret and wearing it well, making tragedy all about yourself, and praying away the poop. Want to hear about a few …
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300: The Movie That Redefined Action in Cinema...for better or worse. We did it! Just like Leonidas and his 300 spartans, over the past 8 years we reviewed movies, interviewed filmmakers, all while wearing nothing but Spartan speedos! Join us for this very special episode where we tackle one of Zack Snyder's "best" films or what could be one of his…
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In this week's episode, we're back in the studio discussing a fine Canadian children's fantasy film, "The Peanut Butter Solution." Special topics for your consideration include: what passed for kids' entertainment in the 1980s, Celine Dion's greatest accomplishment of film, bad ideas in parenting, many many brother, and what Dario Argento dreams of…
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Hello EMTs! This week, we were planning to discuss "The Peanut Butter Solution," but our pal Allen got COVID and I truly believe that it's not right to ask a man to watch weird Canadian children's cinema when he's ill, so we'll be back with that one next week. In the meantime, please enjoy this blast from the past with the re-release of our episode…
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In this week's episode, we're headed back to the Ti West well with the 2011 slow burn "The Innkeepers." Special topics for your consideration include: a surprising amount of hair metal references, a question of ghost belief, Allen's new term for Kelly McGillis, upsetting age gaps, and a wonderful letter from a listener. Ti West is all over this pod…
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In this week's episode, Katie 'celebrates' a milestone birthday with a gift for Allen: the 1980 Dario Argento film "Inferno." It's pretty much exactly what you might expect. Special topics for your consideration include: bakery smells, really enjoying just getting into a weird hole, refusing to move a camera, Great Depression beds, and late night h…
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What are the scariest non-horror movies? This week, we are taking a trip down memory lane to examine movies that don't quite fit the definition of a true horror movie but are non the less pure and utter nightmare fuel. Did your favorites make our list? Timecodes 00:00 : Intro 03:18 : Eraser Head 05:34 : Terminator 07:55 : Jurassic park 10:16 : A cl…
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In this week's episode, voted on by our Patróns, we watched the 2023 horror-comedy "Slotherhouse." Special topics for your consideration include: two middle-aged people who just don't get the kids these days, facts(ish) about some animals, questions about Greek life, a tale of a future Hall of Famer who definitely fucks (allegedly), and an absolute…
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Mean Girls (2024) is the new movie musical based on the broadway musical....which was based on the original 2004 smash hit from the mind of Tina Fey. Does this new musical reimagining for the Gen Z folks deserve to be etched into The Burn Book or is it worthy of being dubbed "SOOO FETCH"! Time Codes 00:00 : Intro 01:18 : Our First Press Screening! …
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In this week's episode, we are washing the taste of "A Castle for Christmas" from our mouths with something that honestly *might* be worse: the 2014 entry into the "Conjuring" universe, "Annabelle." Jesus. Special topics for your consideration include: hanging onto an American accent for everything you're worth, meeting a demon's cousin, some super…
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This week, as we are recovering from New Years, we wanted to pull out one of the episodes we recorded while at The 2023 Eerie Horror Fest. This pick being our look at the career of Wes Craven. The man who brought both Freddy Krueger and Ghostface to life was a complex individual who strived to tell stories that dived into the inner workings of our …
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Guys, we did a romcom and my cousin Vicky was here! She's the best. The regular lineup of links! You can support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance and listen to all of our action movie episodes. leave us a message at 412-407-7025 hang out with some cool listeners at https://discord.gg/DutFjx3cBD buy merch at www.teepublic.com/user/werewolfambulan…
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Movie Fans! In honor of the holiday, we are breaking out a full length watch-a-long commentary to the perennial christmas classic, Home Alone from 1990! Get your copy of the film ready and watch along with some of the jolliest bunch of a**holes this side of the nut house. TIMECODES! (0:00) Intro (4:13) COMMENTARY …
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Hi EMTs! The thing is, I am very drunk on my cousin Vicky's husband's fantastic eggnog so I can't really do a write-up, but Allen & I hope you have a wonderful holiday season with this year's Christmas episode, the 2022 film "Violent Night." That being said, we know the holidays can be hard for folks, and we want you to know that you are not alone.…
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Is Die Hard REALLY a Christmas Movie? This is a question that every holiday season gets asked. And while Die Hard is a popular choice for those of us who are into unconventional christmas films, there have been a rise of others such as Batman Returns, Eyes Wide Shut, Lethal Weapon, and many many others that all claim to be Christmas Movies. So we a…
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In this week's episode, chosen by our top tier Patróns, we're thinking, "didn't we just talk about this movie?" But we didn't! It's the 2021 Nic Cage film "Willy's Wonderland" and NOT a "Twilight" movie because our Patróns, lovely as they are, are COWARDS. Special topics for your consideration include: the return of teens who cannot act their way o…
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In this special bonus episode from our time at The 2023 Eerie Horror Fest, John and I spoke with Horror Movie Legends; Nancy Loomis and Eileen Dietz. You may know Nancy from her role as Laurie Strode's best friend, Annie, from the 1978 classic Halloween as well as roles in Halloween 3: Season of the Witch, The Fog, and Assault on Precinct 13. Eilee…
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In this week's episode, it's all butts and boobs and armpits with the 1977 early David Cronenberg spectacular, "Rabid." Special topics for your consideration include: the question of where boobs begin and end, things we know and do not know about plastic surgery and also rabies, Montreal weather, and a classic cast of Cronenbergian characters such …
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With the 20th Anniversary of Elf, we wanted to ask the question: What makes Elf a modern Christmas classic? What is it about this light-hearted comedy about a grown man, raised by Santa's elves who travels to New York City to rediscover his family that has been able to capture the feeling of the holidays for modern audiences? Find The Cinema Psycho…
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