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Welcome to the madhouse! Join filmmakers Brian Cottington, John Wooliscoft, and Elaine Wooliscroft as they dive into the latest films, film news, and entertainment-news. No movie is beyond entry into the madhouse, be it the finest fillet mignon of cinema to the greasiest fast food of cinematic schlock

Welcome to the madhouse! Join filmmakers Brian Cottington, John Wooliscoft, and Elaine Wooliscroft as they dive into the latest films, film news, and entertainment-news. No movie is beyond entry into the madhouse, be it the finest fillet mignon of cinema to the greasiest fast food of cinematic schlock
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Welcome to the madhouse! Join filmmakers Brian Cottington, John Wooliscoft, and Elaine Wooliscroft as they dive into the latest films, film news, and entertainment-news. No movie is beyond entry into the madhouse, be it the finest fillet mignon of cinema to the greasiest fast food of cinematic schlock








Avengers: Infinity War - Episode 101

Here we go folks! This is a Code Red SPOILER ALERT! A giant movie event that has been 10 years in the making. This week we are tackling the titan that is Avengers: Infinity War. A movie that proceeds with the challenge of giving everyone in the Marvel MCU time to shine while at the same time trying to deliver on the massive speculation filled narrative that is Thanos and his quest for the Infinity Stones. So does Marvel stick the landing? We'll find out today! Use the coupon code...


Plan 9 From Outer Space LIVE!- Episode 100

Well, we made it to episode 100! In honor of reaching this milestone we are diving into the grand daddy of all bad movies, Plan 9 From Outer Space LIVE from Black Forge Coffee House in Pittsburgh! In this episode, we examine the man, the myth, the legend of Edward D. Wood Jr. and his misunderstood classic. We'll try to answer some of the more controversial questions like what exactly is Plan 9 and what the hell happened to Plans 1-8? Use the coupon code "psychosnation" and save 25% on...


NC-17 Movies - Episode 99

This week’s secret word is “FAP!” This week, we are talking our new TeePublic Store and our exclusive discount code, the fallout from our April Fools Episode, The end of an era with the cancellation of Ash Vs Evil Dead, and the history of the ratings system in Hollywood. Specifically how the stigma of an NC-17 rating can effect the film’s narrative and it’s financial viability. Use the coupon code "psychosnation" and save 25% on our TeePublic Store! Don't forget our FREE 100th Episode...


Ready Player One with Kevin Finch - Movie Review - Episode 98

Prepare yourselves for a massive overload of member-berries and nostalgia of megazord proportions. This week we are tackling the nostalgia juggernaut, Ready Player One. A movie designed for neck-beards nerds; so we invited our own resident neck-beard nerd, Kevin Finch, to aid us in analyzing this nostalgia time capsule wrapped in a Zemeckis Cube. Sign up for PSYCHOS NATION: Our Monthly Newsletter


Andrea James - Filmmaker Interview - Episode 97

This week, John and Laine take the reins while Brian is out and interview filmmaker, consultant, and activist: Andrea James. Andrea breaks down her journey as a trans activist and filmmaker. She offers brilliant insight into the depiction of trans people in media as well as successes in Hollywood with her own projects. Sign up for PSYCHOS NATION: Our Monthly Newsletter


Freddy Got Fingered (2001) - Movie Review - Episode 96

This week, we are reviewing literally one of the absolute worst films to ever rear it's ugly head on screen. A film that baffles the mind and makes you question your own existence. We are of course talking about Tom Green's million dollar art house flick, Freddy Got Fingered. A film that begs us to ask the question, "Daddy would you like some sausage?" So buckle up as we take a massive sledge hammer to the cinematic abortion that is Freddy Got Fingered. Sign up for PSYCHOS NATION: Our...


The Cable Guy (1996) - Movie Review - Episode 95

Do you remember 1996? Let me take you back a time when Jim Carrey was the biggest comedy star in the world. This man was coming off of a year in which he had just done Ace Ventura 2 and headlined Batman Forever as The Riddler. Everyone was waiting for his next film. The film we all got was The Cable Guy, a movie that combines Carry's comedy with the dark subject matter of stalking. It ended up turning off audiences and critics but is this film truly worthy of all the hate? Or is it...


Leprechaun (1993) - Movie Review - Episode 94

Happy St. Paddy's Day everyone! As you no doubt have drunk your fill of green beer and made questionable drunk decisions; let us take the time to celebrate a film that Jennifer Aniston might view as a questionable drunk decision. I'm of course talking about the 1993 classic, Leprechaun! A movie that somehow spawned a number of more memorable sequels that included a trip to Las Vegas, space, and "The Hood" twice. So raise a pint with us as we review the cinematic hangover that is...


The Oscars 2018: Recap - Episode 93

This week, we are breaking down the winners and losers from Hollywood's premiere celebration of themselves, The Academy Awards! How did a movie about a fish man's relationship with a mute woman in 1950s America over come the in your face horror of progressive white people? We've got the analysis and plenty of vulgar humor to boot. So join us on the red carpet as we recap The Oscars!


Hollywood Undead: When Actors Die While Filming - Episode 92

This week, as we honor Hollywood with the annual parade of glad handing and pageantry known as The Academy Awards, or The Oscars to the layman; We decided to take a look at some instances of actors who unfortunately passed away during filming. How do these celebrities untimely passing effect the final film? Do these films capitalize on a celebrity's passing or are they merely honoring their work? We'll find out today!


Black Panther (2018) - Movie Review - Episode 91

Wakanda Forever!! This week we are traveling back to the House of Mouse to review one of the brightest spots of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We are of course talking about Black Panther. A movie that is said to deliver on the promise of a marvel movie that can have a strong story and not turn into a cinematic commercial for Infinity War (looking at you Age of Ultron). But does the movie live up to the hype? We'll find out today! So hold onto your vibranium as we review Black Panther


No Holds Barred with Conrad Thompson of Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard - Episode 90

"WHAT'S THAT SMELL???? DOOOOKIE!!" Yes folks we got another one for the Pantheon of Utter Shit this week. We are reviewing the first solo outing of Hulk Hogan in feature films, the 1989 classic, No Holds Barred. The movie that asks the question what exactly is the cinematic range of The Hulkster and can made up PG 13 cuss words like "Jock-Ass" actually gain a following. To Help us dissect this massive cinematic dookie is Conrad Thompson, the man, the myth, and the legend behind the hit...


Kevin Smith - Filmmaker Retrospective - Episode 89

This week, we are diving into the work of one of the most prolific filmmakers of the modern age: Kevin Smith. A man who has been able to distill a mixture of pop culture, nerdom, and comedy with smart narrative films that tackle big narrative themes like the existential crisis that we face when our life and career paths don't end up the way that we envision (looking at you Clerks); Or redeeming our faith amidst the grandiose mythology of religion (Dogma). So sit back as we take a look at...


Last Action Hero with Chris Lemke of Ready, Set, Geek - Episode 88

This week, we've got a hell of an episode and we can promise that you will not need a magic ticket to enter our world of movie madness. Joined by our friend, Chris Lemke of Ready, Set, Geek; We are reviewing one of the biggest oddities to ever hit the silver screen, Last Action Hero. The movie that asked the question, how bad of a movie do you have to churn out to destroy Arnold Schwarzenegger's action career. The answer is a movie that simply cannot figure out what it wants to be...oh and...


Monster Mark Kosobucki - Interview - Episode 87

This week we are joined with Monster Mark Kosobucki. Mark is a well known collaborator of friend of the show, Len Kabasinski as having served as the special effects makeup artist and special effects coordinator for a number of Len's films including Swamp Zombies 2, Skull Forest, and Angel of Reckoning. He is also an extremely talented graphic artist, pulling themes from classic horror comics like Vault of Horror and Tales From The Crypt, and making them his own for a number of punk rock...


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Cool Cat Saves The Kids - Movie Review - Episode 86

Oh boy, we have a whopper of a terrible film this week folks. We are exploring the horrifying and nightmarish world of Cool Cat. A world full of terrible filmmaking, bizzaro morals, and nightmare inducing furry costumes. In this word, Cool Cat is a savior for children and fighter against bullies yet continually usurps his own lessons. So strap in for a wild ride as we review Cool Cat Saves The Kids.


2017 Year In Review- Episode 85

Ah 2017, the year that answered the question, "What would a 90 minute movie based around emoticons actually look like." This week, we are giving you a recap of the best and worst cinematic offerings from La La Land as a means to finally put a stake in the black heart of 2017.


Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Movie Review- Episode 84

SPOILERS AHEAD!!!! Happy new year all!!! We are back after a little holiday hiatus and we are hitting the ground running with a review that we know you all have been waiting for.....STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI!!!!! We've been itching to dive into one of the most divisive films in recent years. Are the critics right in their opinion of a film that banks on originality and being very "non star wars"? Or are the fans right to be angry about a film that delivers on none of the promises set up...


Rick Harper: Director of "Room Full of Spoons" - Interview - Episode 83

This week, we've got a Christmas treat for you all. Something that we have been excited to share with you all. We have an exclusive interview with Rick Harper of Rockhaven Pictures and the Director behind the documentary, "Room Full of Spoons"; an in depth look at The Room phenomenon from the perspectives of fans, cast, crew, and Tommy Wiseau himself. Rick details his relationship with the film and the struggle he has endured to get his documentary made and released.


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