A Cure for the Common Craig

Summer Beach Party Slash-O-Rama

July 17, 2020 Common Craig / Nicole Episode 27
A Cure for the Common Craig
Summer Beach Party Slash-O-Rama
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A Cure for the Common Craig
Summer Beach Party Slash-O-Rama
Jul 17, 2020 Episode 27
Common Craig / Nicole

Nicole thought that this month would be a great time for a beach party, with the comedy troupe, Broken Lizard, as her guests of honor. Having been wanting to re-watch Club Dread (2004), she saw this as the perfect opportunity to work them into the podcast. But not so fast, Nicole! If we're going to watch a spoof of horror slashers that takes place at a resort, then you're going to have to suffer through some other beach horror. After years of seeing the VHS cover art, the Common Craig uses this episode as an excuse to finally watch Blood Beach (1980). Can it live up the classic poster art, or should it have stayed buried in the sand? And just who is the nastiest thing on the beach in the 60s? Radioactive sludge monsters or Tina covered in chocolate syrup? Find out in the epic horror musical, The Horror of Party Beach (1964)! And then from there, a motorcycle with a built-in electric chair? You'd better believe it! Or you will, when you see it in Nightmare Beach (1989).

Show Notes

Nicole thought that this month would be a great time for a beach party, with the comedy troupe, Broken Lizard, as her guests of honor. Having been wanting to re-watch Club Dread (2004), she saw this as the perfect opportunity to work them into the podcast. But not so fast, Nicole! If we're going to watch a spoof of horror slashers that takes place at a resort, then you're going to have to suffer through some other beach horror. After years of seeing the VHS cover art, the Common Craig uses this episode as an excuse to finally watch Blood Beach (1980). Can it live up the classic poster art, or should it have stayed buried in the sand? And just who is the nastiest thing on the beach in the 60s? Radioactive sludge monsters or Tina covered in chocolate syrup? Find out in the epic horror musical, The Horror of Party Beach (1964)! And then from there, a motorcycle with a built-in electric chair? You'd better believe it! Or you will, when you see it in Nightmare Beach (1989).