Barbara Crampton is a genre mainstay. Ever since Stuart Gordon cast her in Re-Animator, Crampton has been one of the more talented and unsung scream queens of her era. So, Adam, Thomas and special guest Nicole Cadaver are celebrating Barbara Crampton by giving her the full on Double Edged Double
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Each week, Adam Thomas and Thomas Mariani will come to the table to discuss the randomly selected yin and yang of a double feature. Then, both will have to pick a number between one and ten in order to seal their fates for the next episode. One will have two good movies. The other two bad ones. Let the chaos begin!
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Chucky is a horror icon. The little red head doll has been stalking and stabbing since 1988. After all, what’s creepier than a seemingly lifeless doll springing to action in order to kill you? So, Adam and Thomas are devoting an October horror episode to the Child’s Play film franchise
Spooky season is upon us and Double Edged Double Bill is here for it! To kick things off, Adam and Thomas welcome author, illustrator & horror fan Cat Scully on to discuss two occult horror films. First, Rob Zombie digs through the ditches and burns through the witches as to
Double Edged Double Bill Episode 176 – James Bond In Never Say Never to Her Majesty’s Secret Service
James Bond is (hopefully) returning to the big screen soon with No Time To Die. So, it only feels natural for Adam, Thomas and returning guest Kaycee Jarrard to examine the lengthy history of 007 for this week’s Double Edged Double Bill! First, George Lazenby takes his only turn as
Tilda Swinton is one of the greatest working actresses out there. Few actors have her unique range and ability to transform into any character she plays. So, it’s only natural that Adam, Thomas and special guest Jessica Scott give her the Double Edged Double Bill treatment! First, Tilda Swinton and
TV and cinema are often enemies. Yet, that never stops Hollywood from turning TV shows into films. So, film adaptations of TV shows are a natural subject for a Double Edged Double Bill! First, a 1960s crime drama becomes one of the biggest thrillers of the early 1990s as Tommy
Willem Dafoe is an actor who is as masterful as he is a prolific. So, in anticipation of The Card Counter, we’re dedicating an entire episode to two very different Willem Dafoe vehicles! First, Willem Dafoe tries to manage a motel and several unruly children tenants in the shadow of
Listeners, watch out for that kick! In honor of Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings coming out, Adam and Thomas are returning to the world of martial arts cinema. First, Jackie Chan and his stunt team break every single bone in their bodies to give us the
Kids, let us take you back to the year 2008. Yes, 2008 was an exciting year for film. After all, Iron Man took the first steps into the MCU and Joker told us all about how he got those scars. Also, the two films that Adam, Thomas and returning guest
Folks, Double Edged Double Bill is going intellectual on this week’s episode. Well, “intellectual” may be a vast over exaggeration. Given Reminiscence is brining sci-fi that makes you ponder back to theaters, Adam, Thomas and special guest Rafe Telsch of Have Not Seen This are looking a two cerebral sci-fi
Listeners, get ready to hear Double Edged Double Bill sing a song all about musician movies! Given the Aretha Franklin film Respect is coming out, Adam and Thomas are taking a look at two very different movies focusing on musician characters! There’s plenty of beautiful music, but also action and
Listeners, Double Edged Double Bill is on a mission. That mission? To do an episode all about Men on a Mission movies in honor of The Suicide Squad coming out! Previously, James Gunn has said his biggest influences on the new DC film are the Men on a Mission films