Cavebabble Episode 278 celebrates Christmas by singing in a musical, hanging out at a bowling alley, and helping Anna protect Scotland from zombies. Join us for Anna and the Apocalypse, the genre-mashing 2017 movie directed by John McPhail. This episode is brought to you by Killer Classmates.
Cavebabble Episode 276 joins forces with a grieving father to rid his house of ghosts, monsters, dead military squadmates, and George Wendt. Join us for a look at House, the 1986 horror comedy film directed by Steve Miner. This episode is brought to you by Opening Doors.
Cavebabble joins the fight to keep Earth safe from spacefaring circus performers, and so should you. It’s the 1988 cult classic, Killer Klowns from Outer Space. This episode is brought to you by Cotton Candy Corpses.
Music clip: Born in the Bronx by Handsome Dick Manitoba
We are stuck on an island, but Manny just showed up to help us escape. Too bad he is dead. Join us for a look at the surreal dramatic comedy Swiss Army Man, starring Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe. This episode is brought to you by Supernatural Gas.
Thirty-two years after the original Ghostbusters saved the world from Gozer, a female cast arrives for a 2016 remake. Join us as we take a look at both films, and tiptoe through the minefield of public opinion. This episode is brought to you by Ectoplasm.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day more than Pee Wee Herman and anthropomorphized body parts! Join us for a look at Tim Burton’s cult comedy classic, Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, and stay for Bad Johnson if you dare. This episode is brought to you by I Know You Are But What Am I.
Cavebabble is being invaded by insects! It’s time for Vincent Price in the 1958 science fiction horror classic, The Fly, followed by Paul Rudd donning the superhero suit of the Ant-Man. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Watch Your Step.
Cavebabble creates a curious concoction of the latest Fantastic Four film, a Top Secret 80s Val Kilmer, and Anton Yelchin in Odd Thomas. Superheroes, skeet-shooting surfers, and a man that interacts with the dead. Join us! This episode is brought to you by All Over The Place.
Jump into our time machine for Ladyhawke, the 1985 fantasy film starring Matthew Broderick, Rutger Hauer, and Michelle Pfeiffer. After thirty years, does it still hold up? Join us! This episode is brought to you by Escaping Mother’s Womb.
Proving that you never know when sharks will fall from the skies once more, Fin Shepard must save New York from Sharknado 2: The Second One. More tornadoes. More sharks. More cheese. Join us! This episode is brought to you by You Know They Had To Make It.