M03 Greydon Clark

We hope you all were able to get away from that pesky mutant cat and are safely aboard your lifeboats (hopefully with that duffel bag full of hundreds). That is, if you’ve already survived our latest episode, 3.14 Uninvited! There’s no land in sight, so It looks like you won’t be going anywhere for awhile. Why don’t you kick back and fill your ears with the companion piece to our ‘Uninvited’ episode, where we chat with writer, director, producer, and legend of low-budget filmmaking, Greydon Clark!

You can purchase Greydon’s book, ‘On The Cheap: My Life in Low-Budget Filmmaking’, as well as his entire catalog of films from his website, GreydonClark.com.

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3.14 Uninvited (1987)

What do you do when you find a mutant cat living inside of a regular cat? First, you should hope the mutant cat isn’t hiding an even smaller mutant cat inside of it. Next, you probably SHOULDN’T isolate yourselves on a yacht with a sociopathic Wall Street criminal. Fortunately for us, that’s exactly what happens in this movie! Five partygoers on spring break find themselves stranded in the middle of the ocean with rich scumbags, Alex Cord and George Kennedy, as a poisonous and morally ambiguous cat wreaks havoc on them while cackling from the shadows. Will the hapless humans survive or will the cat dish out it’s own kind of Final Justice™? Put in your false teeth, break out the champagne & corn flakes, and shout out a hearty ‘FOOP’, because we’re chartering the ‘Slam Dunk’ to climb aboard Greydon Clark’s Uninvited!

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3.13 The Stepfather (1987)

Make room for daddy⁠—it’s a Stepfather’s Day special! Terry O’Quinn is a mild-mannered all-American dad with traditional ‘Leave It to Beaver’ values and a penchant for murder. A master of disguise, Terry dices up the families he ingrains himself in for minor infractions and disappears without a trace, only to repeat the cycle with another vulnerable family. Now married to widowed Shelley Hack, things start falling apart when his troubled stepdaughter, Jill Schoelen, begins researching his past because nobody that realized Mr. Ed wasn’t actually a horse that could talk until high school is sane. With a rogue therapist and the vigilante known as ‘The Discipliner’ hot on his trail, it’s only a matter of time before the Stepfather™ is backed into a corner asking, “Who am I here?” Slip on your flannel jacket, throw your suitcase full of evidence into the ocean, and whistle a little Camptown Races, because we’re moving in with The Stepfather!

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M2.5 Michael Ray Bower

The second half of our monster interview with Michael Ray Bower! Old Spivey threw a few extra heapins of his secret ingredient into this batch, so make sure you listen to our episode, 3.12 The Willies, and Part 1 of the interview⁠ because it’ll make Part 2 extra good!

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M02 Michael Ray Bower

We hope everyone wasn’t too spooked by our latest episode, The Willies, because we’re serving up a 2-part companion piece! We had the pleasure of chatting with “Fly Boy” himself, Michael Ray Bower, about his entire career as well as taking a peek behind the tent flap of his starring segment. So, grab a 10-piece bucket of Tennessee Fricassee Chicken™ and pull up a sleeping bag because we’re about to have a campfire convo so big we had to split it in two!

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3.12 The Willies

Gather ’round the campfire with Mikey from The Goonies™, as he weaves a tapestry of spooky tales! We roll into our first anthology film and bump into wayward Twin Peaks residents, adolescent bullies, a suspiciously friendly janitor, and a boy with a gut-churning obsession with flies. Connor gets emotional about rat violence, we talk about about the infamous & unforgettable ‘ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter’ ride at Disney, and we all wonder what exactly our folks were recording on extended-play tapes back in the ’90s. Pluck a few of Farmer Spivey’s mutated veggies, set that poodle in the microwave for three minutes, and try not to pee your pants, because we’re about to get a serious case of The Willies!

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