Paul is in big trouble in this teaser for next week’s episode, Dead Sushi, and only J can help him. You can watch Dead Sushi here on Amaz… oh, nevermind. Amazon has taken it down. Listen to the episode to find out where you can watch this crazy horror/comedy.
Join us this week as we dive in the depths of Will Ferrell & Kristen Wiig’s deadly serious Lifetime movie, A Deadly Adoption.
Next week’s episode is deadly serious! As is this very real, not a joke sponsored advertisement from Lifetime Television.
BAGAWK! It’s time to talk about the price of fame and the horrible things people will do to achieve it, focused through the lens of a film with chicken puppets. Enjoy our review of Bad Chicken, available for free on tubi.tv.
Gather ‘round hens and cocks and hear Reverend Rooster’s disgustipating sermon about Bad Chicken, the next movie coming to you on B-Movie Mania. You can watch the movie with thine own eyes for free on Tubi.tv.
It’s B-Movie Mania’s first ever Christmas in July Special! Join us as we take a hard look at David DeCoteau’s crap-tastic holiday classic “Santa’s Summer House”! Season’s Creamings, everyone! *Fireworks go off, followed by the sound of Kringe Krinkle vomiting on someone’s lawn*
A little Xmas in July is what the Maniacs have cooking up for you next. Unfortunately, the person they got to do this teaser wasn’t very thrilled with it.
Watch the Rifftrax cut of Santa’s Summer House for FREE on Tubi.tv.
If you’re insane you can rent it on Amazon for a buck or so.
Everyone should have the right to get married. Like, DUH. But in the year of our lord 2002, this was very difficult for a gay couple like Ben and Arthur. Join the Maniacs as we discuss cell phone reception, FedEx flights to Vermont, holy water taped to doors and all the other oddities in a film by Sam Mraovich – “Ben & Arthur”.
After returning to B-Movie Mania following his recent kidnapping, Paul Brooks returns once again to The Chuck Daffodil Show to discuss the next episode of the podcast, “Ben & Arthur.”
Don’t miss the exciting return of Paul Brooks as we talk about the almost lost 1970 something horror film, Death Bed: The Bed That Eats.