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A podcast about movies, and the experience of watching them. Every episode our panel of film addicts will get together to discuss a different film. From the actors and the characters they portray, to the creative forces behind the camera, we discuss every aspect of movies and, ultimately, pass our judgement on them. Visit us on the internets at www.videostorejunkies.com, or on the twitter at https://twitter.com/VideoJunkiesPod for more Friday night trips to the videostore!
 
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We had too many movies and TV shows to recommend this weekend, so here's a special bonus episode with some extra picks! Paul and Zach are back with some recommendations for you! Kick off your shoes and gather round for some spellbinding flicks!
 
A controversial film when it was released in 2007, Frank Darabont's The Mist remains a divisive film. Like Darabont's previous outings with Stephen King adaptations - The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile - The Mist manages to add to the source material while still being a faithful adaptation. But is it TOO faithful? And how about that ENDING…
 
Get ready, you guys. We have quite the variety this week! Blood-sucking vampires? Check. Bloodthirsty sharks? Check. A little kitchen drama? Check please! Or change it all up and ease into the weekend with some relaxing jams. Gather round and check out these magical recommendations!
 
After a long week, it's time to kick off those heels, take the phone off the hook, and relax in front of the TV! In the mood for some superhero action? We've got it! A Giallo mystery? We have that too! Give us a listen, you're sure to find something that will leave you on the edge of your seat.
 
The weekend is almost here - and you don't already know what you're going to be watching on your favorite streaming services?! Not to worry - we have you covered! This weekend we serve up 6 great recommendations, ranging from Mechagodzilla, to the horrors of pregnancy, and some poorly rendered CGI sharks to cleanse your palate!…
 
It's time for a MONSTER-SIZED episode of queue tips, just in time for your holiday-weekend viewing pleasure! This week, we serve up 8 picks for what to watch on your favorite streaming services, including evil dolls, cryptid horror, and one of the greatest video games available on Xbox and PC!
 
The weekend is upon us! And boy howdy, do you need some stuff to watch on your favorite streaming services this weekend! Well, we're coming to the rescue yet again, with 8 fresh recommendations for what to watch! From Bigfoot horror, to evil conjoined twins, to a rare video game recommendation for all you PlayStation fans out there, there's somethi…
 
Friday the 13th is right around the corner - and the REAL horror is the confusing glut of options that you have to watch on streaming this weekend! Luckily, we're bringing you 8 new recommendations, including award-winning television, wilderness horror, and cursed summer camps!
 
It's another thrilling episode of Remake Redemption, where we discuss an original film and its remake, and pass judgement on them both! How does the original stand up today? Did the remake deserve to get made? In this, our second installment of the Remake Redemption feature, we look at The Thing From Another World - the 1951 horror film which would…
 
The weekend is almost here - and you don't already know what you're going to be watching on your favorite streaming services?! Not to worry - we have you covered! This weekend we serve up 8 great recommendations, ranging from classic 50s horror, to wilderness horror, to a group of creepy kids who REALLY like their corn!…
 
Another week, another heaping batch of recommendations for what to watch on your favorite streaming services! In this installment we bring you picks for time-bending horror, classic standup comedy, and some of the best 50s creature features ever made! Listen now to find out what YOU should be watching on steaming this weekend!…
 
The recent passing of actor William Hurt resulted in two common themes in the assessment of his life and career: he was a brilliant actor, and very often a terrible person. Which means it's somewhat appropriate this his first film role was as an extremely imperfect man who is driven to succeed in his field. Altered States inhabits an interesting pl…
 
You did it. You survived another week, and now it's time to relax with some good ole streaming entertainment. But what to watch? You've been so busy this week, you didn't queue anything up! Well good news, sportsfan, because we have 6 exciting recommendations lined up for you! From new crime dramas, to classic crime dramas, to positively TITANIC ho…
 
It's almost the weekend, which means that it's time to queue up more entertainment for your viewing pleasure! And boy, do we have some good suggestions this week! From animated superheroes, to vintage Canadian horror, to Ice Cube and David Duchovny (though not in the same movie, unfortunately), we've got half a dozen potential goldmines of filmed e…
 
We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming to bring you an exciting preview of the newest podcast from the creators of The Videostore Junkies: Living Under the Gun, A Cop Rock-cast. The first (and only) podcast dedicated to the classic 90s musical police drama which tragically only lasted a single season, Living Under the Gun is a deep-dive i…
 
It's a new month, which means we've got 8 entirely new and unique picks for what to watch on your favorite streaming services this weekend! From animated fantasy films, to eccentric comedies, to Z-grade horror, we've got you covered when it comes to starting your April off right!
 
Sharks, martial arts, and some of the most amazing work with Lego you'll ever see - as always, our recommendations for what to watch on streaming for the weekend of 3/25/2022 run the gamut! Tune in now to get half a dozen picks for what to watch on your favorite streaming services this weekend!
 
The year was 1958, and one of the most terrifying horror films ever made was about to be unleashed on unsuspecting audiences. The Blob would go on to become a cult - and pop culture - phenomenon, generating big dollars at the box office and a legacy that would last a generation. The year was 1988, and one of the most terrifying horror films ever ma…
 
(The year was 1994, and Hollywood was searching for ways to tap the emerging reservoir of videogame properties which were capturing the hearts and minds of young moviegoers worldwide. 1993's Super Mario Bros. feature film had seen little success at the box-office, but that didn't stop major movie studios from snapping up other popular videogame pro…
 
In this week's installment of Queue Tips, we serve up a whopping EIGHT recommendations for what to watch on streaming this weekend - including classic horror films, classic horror...soap operas?!...and a film presented in its original 3D, from back when you had to wear those blue and red 3D glasses.
 
It's another beautiful weekend, which means that Renee, Paul, and Zachary have found a half-dozen quality streaming options that you can use as an excuse to not go outside! This week we offer suggestions from a recently departed filmmaking legend, an up-and-coming French director, and two creature features set on islands! MONSTER islands, that is!…
 
If you're a movie fan, the Superbowl is a pretty exciting event. Who cares about The Big Game - this is the time of year that some of the biggest movie trailers drop! So of course, the Videostore Junkies have opinions on all of theme, and we've convened to discuss our initial reactions - and share some theories - on some of the most anticipated fil…
 
It was a beloved films series - and a career - that had spanned just over 40 years. With the 2009 release of Survival of the Dead, George A. Romero would culminate a life's work with a genre that he had helped create and evolve over the course of 6 films. Over a decade later, how does the final film in the Living Dead series hold up? Is it a classi…
 
It took George A. Romero 20 years to make a new Living Dead film after 1985's Day of the Dead, but after the 2005 release of Land of the Dead it would be a scant 2 years until his next installment in the series. And Diary of the Dead wasn't just a new Living Dead film - it was Romero's first foray into the style of found footage. How does Diary, a …
 
Some people think we spend all our time watching movies, but those people are wrong. Between movies, we also find time to rewatch some of our favorite TV shows - which is why we launched an entire sister-podcast dedicated to talking about them! Cult of the Cathode Ray is all about taking deep dives into entire seasons of our favorite TV shows. Each…
 
The year was 2005, and the popularity of zombies was exploding. Books, movies, comics, games - every medium seemed to have new offerings featuring the living dead. So where would the creative force which had practically invented the subgenre fit in? It had been 20 years since the last Living Dead film - the biggest gap in the series - and George A.…
 
We're back just in time for Halloween itself with the second part of our definitive rankings of the entire Halloween film series! You know our bottom picks from the last episode - but what are the BEST films in this decade-spanning franchise? Listen now to find out, then let us know if we hit the mark - or if we're worse at our jobs than the securi…
 
A small, independent horror film in 1978 seems like an inauspicious start for one of the most popular horror franchises of all time, but anyone whose seen John Carpenter's Halloween probably understands why filmmakers have spent the last 40+ trying to chase the original film. Now, with the release of the latest installment, the Videostore Junkies s…
 
For the weekend of 9/3/21, Renee, Zachary, Paul, and Bill give you 10 recommendations for your holiday-weekend viewing pleasure, featuring death metal murders, Korean crime thrillers, and one of the greatest Stephen King adaptations ever committed to film. The advent of online streaming services has given the average film fan instant access to more…
 
The year was 1985 and one of the most important horror films of the decade was arriving in theaters - but how many people realized it at the time? After his seminal works with Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead, George A. Romero was creating a new vision of the living dead - but it was one that was not entirely appreciated in its time. N…
 
For the weekend of 8/27/21, Renee, Zachary, Paul, and Bill give you 8 recommendations for your weekend viewing pleasure, featuring damn dirty apes, killer robots, and brand-new television comedy The advent of online streaming services has given the average film fan instant access to more viewing options than at any time in history (no matter how bi…
 
For the weekend of 8/20/21, Renee, Zachary, and Paul give you 6 recommendations for your weekend viewing pleasure, featuring killer dolls, off-brand Bond, and a star-studded action comedy. The advent of online streaming services has given the average film fan instant access to more viewing options than at any time in history (no matter how big your…
 
A lot has changed since the release of Joel Schumacher's Falling Down in 1993. And while the sociopolitical atmosphere may be different than it was 28 years ago, good filmmaking remains a constant across the decades. So, how does this tense, LA-based drama hold up in an era that is in many ways much different from the one in which it was created? O…
 
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