Tom and Matt have an off the cuff chat about what they’ve been watching to get back into the swing of things.
Category: TGG: Classic
The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse. With his co-host Matt Dray, the gentlemen of horror took a look at horror from the classic era to the modern day.
The year was erm, too long ago to remember, but Tom took a visit to the Manchester based horror festival Grimmfest with guest host Josh Muldoon
Quack quack! The Gentlemen review one of their seediest films yet, the gruesome Lucio Fulci classic The New York Ripper.
It’s Hammer time! Hammer horror that is, when The Gentlemen take a look at Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed!
Inferno. It’s considered a Dario Argento classic, but will it fly with the Grindhouse regulars?
It’s back to the Universal classics when Matt presents Dracula. But will this old classic suit Tom’s grindhouse sensibilities?
The year was…. ages ago, and the Gentlemen of horror met up for the first time to watch The Texas Chainsaw Massacre at Frightfest in London!
Dave Probert from GeekPlanetOnline dropped into The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse to talk all things Living Dead, but when disaster struck they had to improvise and the results surprised everyone…
Matt Dillon from GeekPlanetOnline dropped in for a chat by the fire at The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse. He wanted to talk about Sleepaway Camp, and he said he had a surprise to show us (gulp).
Matt ticked off another of the great Universal Monsters from the list when he introduced Tom to The Creature From the Black Lagoon.
It was back to Italy for The Gentlemen of Horror when they tackled the gruelling rape and revenge film: Night Train Murders.
To celebrate the release of Day of the Dead on blu ray, Joe Pilato entered The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse to talk about his acting career and of course his most famous role, Captain Rhodes.