Greetings ghouls and ghosts! On this final episode of the spookiest month Kyle and Ryan are joined by the lovely Laura to have a discussion about all things Halloween! From costumes, to tricks and real life Haunted places they’ve been. It’s always a hoot when Laura is on so you know this episode is going to be overflowing with great things get her and get spooky.
Can we quit trying to name this holiday something catchy and fun, It’s flippin’ Devils Night at the witching hour and we’re talking about the supremely messed up “the Evil Within” A survival horror game by the legendary Shinji Mikami the father of Survival horror and “Resident Evil” does this game add to his staggering legacy or does it stumble and shuffle around like a zombie? find out right now on EXPERIENCE GRIND PODCAST! (c)
For this episode of Schlocktober? Jock(Jams)tober? Sarlacctober? Kyle & Ryan handle another sequel to a movie from they discussed last year “The Thing (2011)” a movie that many criticize for its overuse of CGI and attempts to recapture the magic of a cinema masterpiece. The boys attempt to detach themselves from that classic film and look at the prequel with an objective eye and evaluate it on it’s merits. this is also the second episode recorded in the new Experience Grind HQ 3.0 so you should notice some sound improvements.
one final note we established a new Patreon goal maybe you would like to help us reach it? https://www.patreon.com/experiencegrind
It’s Shocktober! Rocktober? Jerktober? Kyle & Ryan have difficulties naming the month of October a catchy theme name, maybe there are some residual effects from #StonerMovieSeptember still hanging around? Anyways the boys get together in a new recording space to discuss the sequel to a Horror movie they discussed last October, the special effects masterpiece “An American Werewolf in London” Does this quintessential 90’s film hold up as the original it tries to emulate and pay homage to? Maybe. (pssssst! probably not)
CORRECTION!!! We state Tom Savini performed the special effects in “An American Werewolf in London” when it was actually Rick Baker a special effects pioneer we discussed and gave credit to in that episode and we got it wrong here, blame the booze.
The boys also discuss their first ethnic kiss and tongue kissing in general, and is it bestiality if you bang a dog while you’re transformed into a werewolf?