Tagged: Psychos In Love

I Spill Your Guts VHS Exclusively at Forbidden Planet!

Horror Boobs Video is back again with another killer VHS release!


This time it’s James Balsamo’s I Spill Your Guts! A modern exploitation masterpiece withmore genre cameos than you can shake a bloody stick at! Andrew W.K., Tim Ritter, Donald Farmer, Debbie Rochon, Carmine Capobianco, Lynn Lowery, Frank Mullen, Dave Brockie, Lloyd Kaufman and many more are all in there doing their weirdest and wildest bits all culminating to a splattery finish!

Featuring music by over 40 of the most intense Heavy Metal and Hardcore bands out there, including Suffocation, FKU, Cannabis Corpse, Ghoul, The Meatmen and more!

Oh and did I forget to mention that I, Matt D – Forbidden Planet Manager and Head Boob of Horror Boobs Video have a small cameo where I get killed!  Now I know you all wanna see me die, so here is your chance… and it’s cheaper than a hitman!

Now here is the catch guys! The first 50 copies are signed! 25 by Lynn Lowery (The Crazies, I Drink Your Blood) and 25 by Carmine Capobianco (Psychos In Love, Galactic Gigalo) They will be picked randomly so you won’t know which one you get… UNLESS you buy 2, that is the only way you are guaranteed both!

So do it! Grab a copy exclusively at Forbidden Planet!

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Psychos In Love Saturday Midnight

This Saturday night Junk Food Dinner presents Psychos In Love at the Spectacle theater in Williamsburg.

I’ve mentioned my love for this movie about a zillion times by now so here’s your chance to see it. Join me won’t you, it will be wonderful way to bring in the end of the world.

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Happy Birthday Junk Food Dinner!

Everyone’s favorite cult movie podcast Junk Food Dinner turns 1 year old this week.  They posted a special two hour long episode in celebration of the event.

Holy cow! Junk Food Dinner is one-year-old! To celebrate our one-year anniversary we’re dropping a 2+ hour behemoth of an episode on your fragile eardrums!

Up first we take a minute to thank all the people who have contributed their time and talents to Junk Food Dinner over the past year and read some e-mails and hear some voicemails from some friends and fans of the show (if you find this boring, you know how to fast forward, pal!).

Then we recall the year that was and recount our top 5 favorite and least favorite movies we’ve covered over the last 365 days of the podcast.

Then we bid bon voyage to year numero uno by taking a look at three widely regarded cult classics.

Up first, we re-live our adolescence and rock out with The Ramones when we attend Rock ‘n’ Roll High School from 1979 with P.J. Soles, Paul Bartel, Clint Howard and JFD favorite Mary Woronov.

Then, a group of scientists are stranded in Antartica with a shape-shifting alien who is masquerading as one of them in John Carpenter’s The Thing from 1982 starring Kurt Russell, Keith David and Wilford Brimley.

And finally, a maniacal medical student develops a serum that brings living tissue back to life with disastrous (and sometimes hilarious) results in 1985’sRe-Animator based on a story by H.P. Lovecraft.

I’m proud to say that the film I picked Psychos In Love, made both Kevin and Marks top 5 lists.

Happy Birthday guys, here’s to many more.

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Matt D on Junk Food Dinner

This past Sunday I had the pleasure of being a guest on my favorite cult movie podcast, Junk Food Dinner!  I know I’ve been talking about them a lot lately, but they’re great guys and I really support their cause.

I brought Psychos In Love (which I also recently talked about, get used to it) to the table, and to my surprise nobody on the show had seen it before.

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Junk Food Dinner is ready to party- with you! This week Mr. Matt D. from Forbidden Planet joins us for the show. So settle in as we kick things off with Gorman Bechard and Carmine Capobianco’s hilariously-gory-romantic-splatterfest Psychos in Love from 1987. Up next we sink our claws into (and nearly expose ourselves to the potential risk of seziures) 2004’s Cutie Honey. Finally, some people you may have heard of from other movies take part in the source of a lifelong nightmare of Parker’s when we take a look at Invaders from Mars from 1986.

(Don’t forget! If you’re in NYC today (3/1/11) come to Project Parlor in Bed-Stuy (742 Myrtle Ave.) for Junk Food Dinner and Project Parlor Present hosted by Mark Freado, Jr. and Kevin Merryman! Starting at 9PM!)

Thanks a bunch for having me on guys, it was a total blast!

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Psychos In Love

Getting ready to go to a friend’s Valentines Day gathering where we will be watching one of my all time favorite movies Psychos In Love.

Check out the trailer, but watcher beware, especially if you are underage for it contains scenes of violence and boobs.

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Happy Valentines Day Carmine Capobianco and Happy Valentines Day to you blog readers.

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