Video 061: Mozzarella Sticks Recipe

HORROR On The Go presents its eighth installment of Cooking With Phantom.

Lady Phantom prepares and cooks scrumptious Mozzarella Sticks that are cheesy goodness for your mouth. Follow along with the Phantom as she makes 16 amazingly tasteful sticks that rival any restaurant out there. Plus she lays down the exact way to make them as to provide the most stringy and tasty sticks following her recipe to the tee for the perfect blend of succulent mozzarella sticks!

Ingredients:
8 oz mozzarella bar
3 eggs
1 cup Italian style bread crumbs
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese

1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon paprika
2 cups vegetable oil

Dipping Sauce:
1/4 cup Marinara Sauce

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2017-11-03: E64 – Leatherface Review With Boss Butcher

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HORROR AUDIO BROADCAST: Length – 00:53:07 | DOWNLOAD MP3
– Topic: (2017) Leatherface horror movie review

BillChete & Lady Phantom are joined by Boss Butcher in this audio episode only edition to the rating, review and recommendation on the latest incarnation in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise dubbed “Leatherface.” You will not want to miss this one as you may second guess yourself in renting or buying this with your hard earned money after listening to this explicit show!

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2017-10-31: E63 – Halloween Collection 6, 7, 8

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HORROR AUDIO BROADCAST: Length – 00:42:03 | DOWNLOAD MP3
– Topic: The Halloween Collection (Halloween Triple Feature) Review

BillChete & Lady Phantom are extremely proud to be bringing you a Halloween special solely for our horror listeners on the podcast feed. The best holiday of the year for us horror lovers is Halloween (today!) and what better to discuss none other than the Halloween franchise. Specifically covered on this episode is Halloween 6, 7 and 8, which is available on DVD and Blu-ray on one disc entitled “The Halloween Collection” not to be confused with the “Complete Collection” which covers all 10 Halloween movies. Sit back and enjoy us rant as we synopsize and rate The Curse Of Michael Myers, Halloween H20 and finally Halloween Resurrection!

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Cold Moon Written Review – New Release

Title Cold Moon
Year 2016
Distributor Curmudgeon Films
Availability VOD Everywhere
Director Griff Furst
Actors Josh Stewart, Frank Whaley, Christopher Lloyd
Review Crime, check. Revenge, check. Ghosts that may or may not look like Beetlejuice, check. If you like all of these things, this may just be the movie for you.

Cold moon is a movie adapted from the book Cold Moon over Babylon, written by Michael McDowell, who also wrote Beetlejuice, The Nightmare before Christmas, and other movies. It’s a story that begins with the murder of a 16-year-old girl and unfolds in unexpected ways. It starts in the Larkin’s blueberry farm, from where Margaret (Sarah Catherine Bellamy) leaves one afternoon, never to return. We see her murdered by a masked murderer with a luxury of violence. Her family is worried when she doesn’t return that same afternoon. But when her body is discovered, tied to her bicycle in the bottom of the river, is when the story really starts.

At first it seems like the film may be a slasher, but that quickly changes. It’s an interesting mixture of crime, thriller, drama and supernatural phenomena. It’s not perfect, but it’s interesting enough to keep you engaged. The acting is, for the most part, excellent. We found ourselves wishing the role of Evelyn Larkin had been played by Marlyn Mason (Besetment), because she would have been a much better choice than Candy Clark. Other than that, the cast is solid. There are some familiar faces, like Josh Stewart (The Collector), Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future), Frank Whaley (Vacancy), and Robbie Kay (Once upon a Time). Their performances, as well as those by the less known people, are solid. The only gripe is the struggle the actors had at pulling off a Southern accent, it felt forced by most.

There are also many special effects, many of which were credible. There is also some CGI that is less than perfect, but it doesn’t take you away from the experience. The sound is a shining point, bold and enticing. There’s a decent amount of jump scares and there were good kills, but a few of them were marred by the use of CGI. If there had been more practical effects and make up, it would have been a much better movie.

All in all, we recommend you give Cold Moon a watch. It’s interesting and fun, if not too scary. If snakes scare you, though, you will find it scarier.

 

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