The Foycast: Top 10 Worst Direct-to-Video Movies of 2007
You know the old saying, "Careful what you wish for?" Some of you apparently wished for a special edition of Dinner For Fiends consisting entirely of me rambling about movies good and bad - mostly bad. Well, you got it. God help us all.
A few days before Christmas, myself and special guest co-host Uncle Creepy recorded the very first ever "Foy-Cast". When you're suffering from a cold, have had very little sleep for the past two days, and are hopped up on an energy drink - what better time to record a podcast? That can certainly make things all the more interesting. For example, like when you have an entire introduction planned out in your head and then the moment you begin recording you forget everything you'd plan to say and just start raving like a lunatic instead. Thankfully, the soothing melodies of the greatest movie theme song of all time helped calm me down enough to bring you this very special podcast. A Dinner for Foy, if you will.
I spent nearly an hour - depending on how much judicious post-production editing has taken place - talking about how I got into the whole Internet movie reviewing thing, why I subject myself to bad movies, clearing up a few misconceptions some people seem to have about my viewing habits, running down my annual top 10 list of the worst direct-to-DVD horror movies of 2007, and whatever else was going through my mind at the time (much of which I've already forgotten), before wrapping it all up by telling everyone about one of the greatest "so bad it's good" movies you'll probably never see but you should.
All the while, for added comic effect, poor Uncle Creepy is forbidden from being his usual foul-mouthed self under penalty of severe cinematic punishment. It's like I neutered the poor bastard.
Hope you all enjoy this first edition of The Foycast! Download the first show from the links below and remember; "Be careful what you wish for!"
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