Death By DVD

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Death By DVD: When renting is never enough. We here at Death By DVD sit painfully through hours and hours of movies so you, the public, can make an informed decision of what you put in your ear holes and eye holes. Some of these films are good, some bad, and some even unmentionable; but ALL have one thing in common: Watching all of these movies will one day melt our brains into a sloppy wet mush. No need to thank us, we were already methodically destroying ourselves with cinema. At least this way there is a permanent record of our demise. As the midnight hour approaches, the smoke sets heavy, and the alcohol begins to flow like blood; tune in and drop through hell with your hosts Hank S. and I. Alexander Nash, as we take you on a journey through the worlds of horror, gore, cult, strange, slashers, psychotronic, trash, twisted, gornography, weird, drive-in, cheesy, lost, rare, and frightening films. Join us and listen as two lives collapse on themselves.

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Death By DVD returns with Hank and Nash discussing the 1991 film that lets you peak into the mind of a man that may have some fetishes he needs to work out with a therapist, that's right, Wes Cravens "The People Under The Stairs"... more

Death By DVD returns after two weeks off to discuss Sexy Beast, a quaint sincere movie about several British farmers who decide to go on a fun filled adventure to the big city, with gut busting laughs and a warm surprisingly comforting... more

After quielty day dreaming about Chris Sarandon one cold afternoon, I. Alexander Nash decided that he and Hank would discuss the 1985 vampire teen comedy, which stared the world wide king of the limbo, the limbo master, Roddy McDowall

This week we talk about Arnold Schwarezengger's return to action and acting. The Last Stand came out last year and quickly tanked. After viewing it on video the only conclusion I can come to is America is full of stupid people. I'm pretty sure... more

This week Hank and Nash discuss a film that Roger Ebert said was : "The most epic of adventures, a touching story that will bring out the inner hero deep inside of you. Two thumbs way the f**k up your ass" Alright, so maybe he... more

This week Hank and Nash spend a half hour discussing the recently departed Harold Ramis, a genuinly funny man whos writing and film will be cherished by those with a sense of humor until Seth Macfarlane finally destroys everyones... more

This week we dive into a strange world of mind altering drugs, space aliens, giant spiders, a floating Jamaician named Bob Marley, a monster made of meat, infomercial psychics, and a dog named Bark Lee. We talk the Don (Phantasm,... more

We discuss the rough and tumble radical road rage twisted hitch-hiker terror adventure,The Hitcher from 1986, a movie that Richard Lynch had asolutely nothing to do with.

This week we discuss the life ending power that is Netflix instant. Feel free to listen or possibly never leave your house again as a whole video store is waiting at your finger tips. We go through our recently watched tabs as well as our... more

This week we talk about the bottom of the barrel of Italian horror and gore films, Joe D'Amato's Anthropophagous. Be prepared to hear about the ape king himself as he devours his own guts just to get away from this horrible travel log of a film