We meet up with Visha Loo, Contortionist/Alternative Model/Fetish Event promoter/Designer/Stylist (www.vishaloo.com),. Being a makeup artist, we asked her to watch "Green Room", she in return asked us to watch "Dead Girl".
JP and Shawn break down the movies shown at their favorite movie festival, Dedfest 2017. To be able to speak about each film appropriately, we split the episode into two parts. Here's the first.
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Neil Rhodes is a good sport allowing JP to add another movie into his 31 horrors in 31 days. 20 horror films JP has never seen have been laid out, Neil will pick 1 film to watch and the whole group will probably regret it.
We bring in the most knowledgeable video game expert who has barely played any games, Scott Porteous. Are there good video game movies out there? We gamble with the Mystery Movie game to see if we can find one.
Derek Clayton and Matt Novak, from Dedfest (www.dedfest.com) , take on the Mystery Movie Challenge this time picking Horror Sequels. How do the Movie Jerks repay those that bring us great films at Dedfest? We make them watch something awful.
Reaching across the border to our American friends from Beer + 3 (Jeff Swatman, Michael Zamora, and Rick Anderson), proves to be more difficult that we would anticipate. Having to try multiple methods, various equipment and devices, and several programs, we were able to make the connection, however our regular sound quality (already not perfect) takes a bit of a tumble. With some work, we were able to make this audible and listenable for our listeners. Our topic is Zombie films with hearts, "The Girl with all the Gifts" and "Warm Bodies".
Kyle Chuka is back to let us know about what's in store for 2017 Edmonton International Film Festival. Kyle along with The Movie Jerks, Jean-Paul Fournier and Shawn Gramiak watch three Gala pics, discuss film festival educate, and talk about one of the best films of the year.
The Movie Jerks bring back Galen W.E. Pendleton to chat about the state of Canadian films, funding, styles, and stand outs. Out of the 20 mystery films presented, he picks one that truly represents our beloved country.