Welcome to the finale of Reggie’s Four Barrel Ice Cream, the Phantasm retrospective from Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog” Dykes, and Joel DeWitte. With all the movies under their belt the gang dives into their experiences with the franchise and discuss the things that could have been.
Bryan’s Note: I mention in the episode that the next season will be starting in the next week or so. It’s looking like we won’t be starting for about another 3 weeks. But we do have a new guest host this season and its going to be great! Be sure to watch The Suicide Squad to watch along!
Welcome to another exciting episode of Reggie’s Four Barrel Ice Cream. This week Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog Stretch Armstrong” Dykes, and Joel “Moonscraper” DeWitte hunker down to watch the last film in the Phantasm series: Phantasm V Ravager (2016). It’s part film, part web series, and part screen test and well…you won’t want to miss the discussion.
Welcome to another exciting episode of Reggie’s Four Barrel Ice Cream, in which Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog Daddy Longlegs” Dykes, Joel “Spaghetti” DeWitte come together to discuss the rather odd “Phantasm IV Oblivion,” a movie that was originally supposed to be another movie entirely and then was supposed to be the end of the franchise. Like we said, an odd duck indeed. So finish cutting your pasta and come join us for a hilarious discussion.
This week on another exciting edition of Reggie’s Four Barrel Ice Cream Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog Treetop” Dykes, and Joel “Everest” DeWitte join forces to take on “Phantasm 3: Lord of the Dead.” It’s a lot of fun to watch…but it’s the worst of the bunch…for now. Enjoy!
Welcome to the second episode “Reggie’s Four Barrel Ice Cream,” in which the Binge Buddies gang discusses the Phantasm film series. Join Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog Super Ball” Dykes, and Joel “Bowling Ball” DeWitte as they struggle with 1988’s “Phantasm 2.” Is it too good to be a Phantasm film, or does it fit neatly with the franchise. Listen to find out!
This week we’ve got quite the tearjerker for you…if you are into that sort of thing. Unfortunately we were not. That’s right folks, we’re reviewing Beaches as part of our Bette Midler retrospective. Apologies in advance if you loved or find close attachment to this particular piece of cinema, but we didn’t connect on any level. Sure, Bette Midler is great. She’s always great. Heck, her play about “Otto Titsling” is amazing. Even the set design slaps. It’s just not enough. As always, we had fun working through what worked and what didn’t and hope you’ll join us on this journey…to the beach.
After a bit of a forced hiatus, we’re back and excited to take a deep dive into what we think will be an awesome month of films. The theme is Horror B-Sides, and what that means is we’re discussing some of the most famous horror directors and their “not-so-popular” fare. This week it’s Wes Craven and his Voodoo Zombie Horror Film “The Serpent and the Rainbow.” Is it a long-forgotten treasure or should it be dusted into oblivion and buried alive? Join us to find out.