On next week’s show we’re going to discuss Johnnie To’s new movie THREE, so for this latest bonus episode we go back to 2006, and our review of To’s gangster classic ELECTION. There’s also a look at the ’70s Italian warsploitation favourite INGLORIOUS BASTARDS. See you all in seven days!
We take a break from the regular format to talk all things David Lynch and TWIN PEAKS. We discuss discovering Lynch and look at the first episodes of the new season, and also review the recent documentary DAVID LYNCH: THE ART LIFE. Plus your mail!
It’s Ben’s turn to pick some classic Mondo Movie from archive, and this week we go back to 2006 when we attended the Bradford Festival of Fantastic Films. In particular we reviewed The Fantasist, the little-seen thriller from the late Wicker Man director Robin Hardy, and we interview Hardy himself. Plus reviews of Year of the Sex Olympics and V for Vendetta. See you next week for Streampunk 33!
On the latest show we take a look at the highly acclaimed Australian abduction thriller HOUNDS OF LOVE, plus animal attack lunacy, groovy Italian sci-fi satire, and movie-obsessed murder.
Twin Peaks is back, so on the latest bonus show Dan takes us back to 2007, and a review of David Lynch’s Inland Empire, which appeared on episode 50 of Mondo Movie. There’s also a triple bill of Lucio Fulci movies – The Beyond, Contraband and Conquest. And we’ll both be back next week with Streampunk 32!
This week we dive into the extravagant delights of Chan-Wook Park’s lavish period thriller THE HANDMAIDEN. Plus a look at the recent retro chiller SWEET SWEET LONELY GIRL, crazed Japanese psychedelic animation, a ’70s grindhouse favourite and a slice of underrated ’90s urban horror.
On the first Streampunk Bonus episode, Ben introduces a Mondo Movie from October 2009, when we reviewed of Chan-wook Park’s vampire drama THIRST and the ’80s horror fave NIGHT OF THE CREEPS. And we’ll both be back next week with Streampunk 31!
We return to the mic with a new show and a new format! This week we look at the Mexican art-sleaze-fest WE ARE THE FLESH, plus carnival madness, tentacled Lovecraftian horror, and a look at our favourite punk rock docs, all available right now to stream. Dig in!
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