Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 023: The Last Exorcism Part II (2013)

The Last Exorcism Part II DVD coverWelcome to Episode 023 of Movie Podcast Weekly. We are pleased to announce a long-awaited special guest appearance by horror DJ and horror podcasting legend, BILLCHETE of Horror, where it’s “All Horror, All the Time.” In this unusual episode, BillChete joins us to discuss “The Last Exorcism Part II,” as well as two DVD releases: “The Divide” (2011) and “No Tell Motel” (2012).

Episode 023 also features Karl and Andy’s thoughts on the 85th Academy Awards and a brief discussion with BillChete about why The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences tends to ignore the craftsmanship and artistry of the horror genre. And as a special treat, during our recommendation segments, our guest brings us a “BillChete’s Indie Assault” segment.

I. Intro
II. Karl and Andy’s thoughts on the 85th Academy Awards
III. A brief discussion on why The Academy fails to celebrate the horror genre

The Academy’s “Tribute to Horror” from the 82nd Academy Awards:

IV. A brief review of “The Last Exorcism” (2010)
V. Feature review of “The Last Exorcism Part II”
VI. DVD reviews of “The Divide” (2011) and “No Tell Motel” (2012)

Host The Last Exorcism Part II The Divide No Tell Motel
Jason 1 ( Avoid ) 9 ( Buy it! ) 2 ( Avoid )
Andy 3 ( Avoid ) 5 ( Rental ) 2 ( Avoid )
Karl 3 ( Avoid ) n/a n/a
BillChete n/a 3 ( Avoid ) 4 ( Avoid )

IV. Genre Recommendation Segments

ANDY’S ABSURD ASSOCIATIONS: Movies That Reflect Andy’s High School Experience: Just Friends (2005)

Sci-Fi: 2010 (1984)

Horror: Sinister (2012)


V. Wrap-Up


Links for this episode:

BillChete’s Horror

BillChete on Twitter: @BillChete

Also check out our friend Boss Butcher’s podcast: Terror Troop

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Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram and the voice talents of Midnight Corey Graham from The Electric Chair Podcast, Willis Wheeler from the Terror Troop Podcast and Mr. Ron Baird for their help with our recommendation segment intros.

We’d also like to thank The Dave Eaton Element and Dave Eaton himself for the use of his music for our theme song.

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4 thoughts on “Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 023: The Last Exorcism Part II (2013)

  1. What a treat to be able to hear BillChete again. Wish I could have made it. Can’t wait to listen. Man, I thought that Oscar tribute to horror was pretty weak in that it seems like they’ve only seen about 20 horror movies, or that there are only about 20 worth honoring. Pretty lame. At least they got some of the best in there, though. But, just as with the Bond tribute this year, the editors make such strange choices.

  2. I guarantee you that the criteria was whether the movie was 1 of 10 “respectable” horror films OR if the movie had a big star in an early role. Leprechaun only made it in because the editor already had it digitzed to grab the Jennifer Aniston footage and they needed a couple of extra shots. I do a lot of editing, Jay. I know what a lazy montage looks like. Haha.

    BTW, I listened and BillChete did not disappoint. Love to hear him do battle. I’m going to check out The Divide on your recommendation, Jay. Sounds right up my alley. Yes, Andy, I love movies like The Road and The Grey. Post-apocalyptic is one of my absolute favorite genres.

  3. Yay! Billchete!!!! I disagree with him on lots of things, but I alway like to hear him talk about movies and really respect all his work! When is he going to start podcasting again?!?!?!?

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