Yippee ki yay, ya’ filthy animal! This Christmas Eve the Grawlix Cinematic Universe has left the gift of Christmas siege movies! On this special holiday episode, we discuss Home Alone (1990) and Die Hard (1988).
The Birds and The Deadly Bees! Yes, it’s time to have THE talk. We discuss the Alfred Hitchcock classic where birds of a feather KILL together as well as a less than buzzworthy bee themed murder mystery that wishes it was The Birds. Plus, how might these films be combined into one shared universe? The Birds vs The Deadly Bees: Winged Justice! That’s how.
Join the Grawlix Podcast and Grawlix Cinematic Universe for a game of “We’re All Going to Die”, a single page tabletop game, on this special Halloween Actual Play RPG episode! The rules are light and the tone is lighter. The only thing we know for sure is just one player can survive. Enjoy!
It’s a heavy metal Halloween with this headbanging horror double feature! We review Trick or Treat (1986) in which a bullied metalhead resurrects his dead rock hero by playing the rocker’s last record backwards. Then it’s on to The Devil’s Candy (2015) in which a hard rockin’ dad is possessed by evil forces to paint some truly metal artwork… but he’s not the only one being influenced by the dark lord.
And as always, we wrap this episode up by figuring out how these two movies could be combined into one CINEMATIC UNIVERSE!
Whoever wins… the viewer loses. Four massive franchises come together as some of horror’s most iconic movie monsters throw down in two less than iconic showdown movies. We kick off the Halloween season with AVP: Alien vs. Predator and Freddy vs. Jason, the double feature we’ve been waiting to do since this podcast’s conception.
00:00 – Intro/Greetings
02:25 – AVP: Alien vs. Predator (2004)
30:25 – Freddy vs. Jason (2003)
1:11:26 – Alien vs. Predator / Freddy vs. Jason Cinematic Universe
It’s a Drive (2011) and The Transporter (2002) double feature movie review! We discuss two wheelman movies that are similar yet wildly different. Then, of course, we ask… How could Drive and The Transporter fit together into a shared cinematic universe!?
Get AMPED! This episode’s double feature is a non-stop assault on the senses! Jump start that ol’ ticker with the first person POV action flick Hardcore Henry and the ridiculously offensive Crank: High Voltage. Two flicks sure to send the squeamish and motion sick grappling for the barf bag. Strap in!
The Grawlix Cinematic Universe gets DARK with the grittiest and goriest double feature we’ve covered thus far! We review Se7en, the 1995 David Fincher sin-based serial killer classic, and Hellraiser, the 1987 Clive Barker S&M horror classic. Then, of course, we pitch our takes on a Seven/Hellraiser shared universe. Come to daddy!
The GCU season 1 finale is here and it is massive! We look back on the 16 movies we’ve covered in episodes #1-9. Then we take those 16 movies and combine them in the most unholy of mash-up, fan fiction universe melding movie pitches we could muster. We couldn’t do it alone! This episode features pitches from listeners, fellow podcasters and, of course, us! Prepare yourself!
In a future where the line between reality and fantasy, man and machine are blurred… no one seems to know what is really going on. Do androids dream of Martian mutants? On this Rekall journey two nerds discuss Blade Runner: The Final Cut and Total Recall (1990) before pitching several different cuts of a Philip K. Dick-iverse!
Ant-Man and the Wasp hit theaters this weekend and we wanted to celebrate the release of the latest MCU movie. However, we decided to go… a different way. No, we will not be discussing Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp. Instead, we will be discussing Ants!, a 1977 made-for-TV movie, and The Wasp Woman, the 1959 Roger Corman low-budget monster flick.
That’s not all! We pulled Jesse over from Grawlix Podcast Prime to join us in reviewing these forgotten cinematic gems.
Put down those pom poms, valley girl, there’s something rumbling underneath the creepy old cabin out in those woods. Join two nerds for a Joss Whedon horror-comedy double feature. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) and The Cabin in the Woods (2012)… this Cinematic Universe practically writes itself but that doesn’t stop our nerds from WAY over-reaching.
It’s a John Carpenter double feature inspired by an unsolicited listener pitch! We revisit John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982) and Big Trouble in Little China (1986). Then we read the mash up from Matt Downs before descending into ridiculousness.