David W. - Halloween (2007) - Quote from the film, "These eyes will deceive you, they will destroy you. They will take from you, your innocence, your pride, and eventually your soul. These eyes do not see what you and I see. Behind these eyes one finds only blackness, the absence of light, these are of a psychopath"
Jeremiah R. - Boxer's Omen (1983) - "Its abstract and weird as shit, enough so that I'd consider Boxer's Omen more of an experience than anything. Like a fever dream experience. Like one after having bad sushi and a binge on Kung-Fu films. Regardless how you categorize it, anyone who's seen it will agree, this is the best case argument for Shaw Brothers Horror."
David W. - Wrong Turn 2 - "Henry Rollins takes on an inbred family of cannibals Rambo style. campy horror doesn't get much better than this"
Jeremiah R. - Night of the Comet - "Cute girls, crazy zomboids, great aesthetics and not afraid to have fun and embrace it's 80's campiness; of course it helps that it was made IN the 80's."
Another week where David and myself land on the same film. 2008's French horror masterpiece, 'Matryrs'. A film about friendship and making the ultimate sacrifice.
David Wronski - "Martyrs punches you repeatedly in the face until your numb"
Jeremiah Rosario - "...wait..they're not going to..no. NO WAY!"
David Wronski - Evil Dead (2013) - "Visceral gritty remake of my favorite horror film of all time"
Jeremiah Rosario - Video Dead (1987) - "Lots of great campy gory fun to be had. Bring a mirror!"
Slim pickings this week, but so what. It could have been a packed house with regards to the choices for Horror movies, and quite honestly, it wouldn't have mattered. Robert Eggers debut feature film 'The Witch' cast a spell on us that all but guaranteed it's selection for both Froge Bros, and outside a miracle from God himself, nothing was going to challenge that. An eerie parallel to the plight of the film's central characters...
Jeremiah Rosario - "An honest portrayal of "Satan" in all its irresistible forms. Terrifying in how close it hits to home.
David Wronski - "Just like 'The Exorcist' and 'Rosemary's Baby', people will be talking about 'The Witch' 30 years from now."
This was a unanimous pick this week. Both David and I are going to go with 'House' (1977).
David Wronski - "Kung Fu is the greatest character in the history of cinema"
Jeremiah Rosario - "You got to be shitting me..."
David Wronski - 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III' (1990)
Jeremiah Rosario - 'The Beyond' (1981)
Site-owners David Wronski and Jeremiah Rosario a.k.a. "Froge Bros" share their horror movie picks of the week.Read More