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Episode VII- The Martino-sode (featuring Torso and Mountain of the Cannibal God)
March 16, 2010 02:04 PM PDT
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This week T.L. Bugg and Rev. Phantom bring you the first of their director's spotlight episodes with The Martino-sode, a deep look into Italian director Sergio Martino's catalog. There's an overview of his whole career, featured reviews of his proto-slasher giallo Torso as well as his entry into the cannibal genre, Mountain of the Cannibal God. The Sergio celebration even extends into the Bizarre Treasures segment when Hands of Steel slices off a intriguing slice of '80's sci-fi. So if you want to hear about the dangers of ascots, the perils of swine love, and the adventures of Paco Quarack then hit play and let the Martino-sode begin! (E-mail your audio or written feedback to sinfulcinema@charter.net and don't forget to leave us reviews on iTunes so you can be entered to win some genre goodies.)

Episode VI- Dead Bone
March 09, 2010 08:59 PM PST

We're back again this week with episode 6, and we're going to tap into current events with a spot of Oscar talk, news on the Fright Night and Escape from New York remakes, and the new trailer for The A-Team. Then we get into our second edition of Original Sin where we talk about Larry Cohen's first film Bone starring Yaphet Koto before moving on to our second picture the Norwegian zombie movie Dead Snow. For our Bizarre Treasures this week (available at www.cinema-de-bizarre.com) we talk euro-crime and '70's sleaze, so you know you want to check that out. We also practically beg for feedback so send us some so we don't have to. The e-mail as always is sinfulcinema@charter.net.

Episode V: The (Mark) Savage Life- Marauders and Sensitive New Age Killer
March 03, 2010 02:07 PM PST
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In this week's cinematically stuffed edition, The Rev Phantom and TL Bugg start off talking about their favorite blaxploitation and neo-blaxsplotation films to put a cap on Black History Month. After that they turn their eyes once more to Australia to check out a pair of films by director Mark Savage, MARAUDERS and SENSITIVE NEW AGE KILLER. Surviving the questions posed by the mysteries of assless jeans, mommy issues, and bullet ballet, they make it through in time to bring a pair of Bizarre Treasures, WHEN WOMEN LOST THEIR TAILS and STARCRASH. Send your feed back to sinfulcinema@charter.net to get in touch with the show.

Episode IV: Runaway Sugar Raiders of Atlantis Hill
February 23, 2010 10:23 AM PST
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The Bugg and Rev. Phantom are back again with episode IV. This week we take some time to roundup some news including William Friedkin's thoughts on The Exorcist in 3-D. In our reviews this week, we looked at the 1974 Blaxploitation zombie film Sugar Hill. Then we move onto the near future of 1994 when Tom Selleck takes on killer robots on Runaway(1984), and we wrap everything up with our Bizarre Treasure Ruggero Deodato's Raiders of Atlantis. So check out that show, and let us know what you think. We'd love to have your feed back at SinfulCinema@charter.net.

Episode III- The Ink Man From French Bucktown
February 16, 2010 11:11 AM PST
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It's Episode III, and Rev. Phantom and T.L. Bugg are going globe-hopping for this episode. First off we take a trip to France to take a look at the New Wave of French horror. There's some high tension when we discuss Haute Tension, but we get through it before heading down south to see Fred Williamson and Pam Grier in Bucktown. Then onto a trip to another world where we try to come to grips with the fantasy stylings of Ink. Wrapping up the show this week, its our Bizarre Treasure, The Man from Hong Kong. It's a great film and sure to send you Sky High. Like what you hear or something that you don't let us know by writing up as sinfulcinema@charter.net.

Episode 2- Violent Sentinel of the Outland
February 08, 2010 09:01 PM PST
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The Bugg and Rev. Phantom are back with Episode 2. This week we discuss The Nightmare on Elm Street franchise and out thoughts on the impending remake, the supernatural horror film The Sentinel, Sean Connery as a bearded lawman in space in Outland, and wrap it all up with our Bizarre Treasure for this week Violent Naples. We want to know what you think about the show. Send your feedback to sinfulcinema@charter.net.

Sinful Cinema Episode 1
February 01, 2010 09:28 PM PST
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T.L. Bugg (The Lightning Bug's Lair) and Reverend Phantom (Midnight Confessions) discuss horror and exploitation films.

Movies discussed this week:

Mad in Italy

House of 1000 Corpses

The Mercenary

Dagmar's Hot Pants

Sonny Boy


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