This week's episode of JFD preys on your most secret of fears; your fear of being terrorized by unstable young girls, your fear of being kidnapped by drug-hating rednecks or your fear of unkillable blind veterans. Let's face it, this is the real shit keeping you up at night!
Up first, a well-to-do middle-aged man (Seymour Cassel) is home alone when his wife and kids go out of town, but his solo weekend is interrupted when two young girls (Sondra Locke and Colleen Camp) knock on his door looking for a place to get out of the rain. But after the two seduce him, things quickly turn ugly as the girls begin to threaten and terrorize him throughout his home in Death Game from 1977.
Then, we resurrect a super obscure, low-budget regional horror film from North Carolina, Marley's Revenge: The Monster Movie from 1989. In this flick, two goofy pals are trying to do... something with some refugees when they are preyed upon by rednecks vigilantes who think they're smuggling drugs. But shit really hits the fan when the zombies and alligator monster show up.
And finally, we continue to delve into some more of the cinematic interests of 2016 with Don't Breathe. In this tense crime thriller/horror flick, directed by Fede Alvarez (director the Evil Dead re-make), three Detroit youths break into the house of a blind, old veteran hoping to score some cash, but end up getting more than they bargained for.
All this plus witty banter between friends, Love Witch love, Sweetman's analysis of horror-themed wrestlers, Hatless Jackson, Britain's new porn rules, the burning of punk memorabilia, Chinese Mad Max rip-offs, Blu-ray Picks, the best song ever about picking up girls, continued lack of overt police involvement, and a whole lot more!
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