The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse was about to welcome its first guest to the show, none other than Captain Rhodes himself, Joe Pilato. In this teaser, he has a message for the listeners…
Category: TGG: Classic
Matt introduces Tom to another classic Universal Monster, this time it’s the James Whale film Frankenstein!
The seeds of The Strange and Deadly Show were sown in this very episode of The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse when The Goreboy himself popped in for a chat about the classic sleaze-fest Maniac!
The gentlemen of horror visited another eighties classic in honour of the dear departed Dan O’Bannon.
There are few films that Matt holds in higher regard than Nosferatu, but will this silent classic gel with Tom’s grindhouse sensibilities?
Tom introduced Matt to this collaboration between Romero and King, but will Matt appreciate it as much as Tom? Let’s find out…
Two titans of terror, together at last: Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi joined forces in this classic horror tale, and the gentlemen of horror were there to take a look.
Back in 2009 Martyrs was the film that had everyone talking, including Tom and Matt when they invited a guest host onto the podcast to review it.
In this episode, the Gentlemen of Horror took a look at the Richard Matheson penned 1973 film, The Legend of Hell House.
Back in 2009, The Gentlemen of horror took a look at an often overlooked gem from director Michael Winner with his film The Sentinel.
Matt chose his first Universal Monster movie in Episode Three of The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse, the Lon Chaney Jr Classic: The Wolf Man.
The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse opened it’s doors again back in 2009 and this time it was Tom’s turn to choose their Morbid Matinee when he introduced Matt to Lucio Fulci’s classic The Beyond.