THE RETURN PARTS 5 + 6, plus THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT PREMIER

Thom and Tom reel from the world premiere screenings of Lars Von Trier’s masterfully cruel serial killer film The House That Jack Built, while dishing quick takes on Shudder’s saucy psychological horror film Cam and the Wreck It Ralph sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet, before rejoining David Lynch’s Twin Peaks: The Return for a discussion of parts five and six .

Few films are as tailor made for strong reactions as The House That Jack Built. We want to hear yours: hit us up via theradcarpet@gmail.com, on Twitteron Instagram, or on Facebook.

FAVORITES OF THE 1990s PART 2!

The long-awaited conclusion to the Carpet’s year-by-year discussion of 1990s favorites has Thom and Tom welcoming Matt Siblo and Noisey’s Dan Ozzi to discuss Toy Story, Jackie Brown, The Big Lebowski, Heat, Being John Malcovich, and many, many more.

What are your favorite films from the late 90s? Anything we missed? Any takes you want to trash? Unfurl away via theradcarpet@gmail.com, on Twitteron Instagram, or on Facebook.

TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN PARTS 1 + 2, plus OVERLORD

The Rad Carpet parts the red curtains to begin its episode by episode discussion of David Lynch’s 2017 Showtime limited series, Twin Peaks: The Return, beginning here with episodes 1 and 2. But first, Thom and Tom welcome special guests Ryan Williams from the Fringe Drinking podcast and Sensitive Evan from Rad Carpet infamy for reactions on the splatterific new WW2 action film from Julius Avery, Overlord.

***Note: the discussion of The Return Part 3 that we mention up top got stranded in the Black Lodge, but we’ll rerecord our thoughts on that episode very soon!

PEAKS MANIA BEGINS WITH FIRE WALK WITH ME, plus SUSPIRIA REMAKE w/ SPOILER SECTION

October may be through but the screams keep coming on the the Carpet, as Thom and Tom talk through two of the freakiest films they’ve discussed all year, beginning with a Rad Ticket discussion of Luca Guadagnino’s utterly gonzo Suspiria remake, with a section for spoilers. Then the two-month Twin Peaks: The Return deep dive begins with a Carpet Stain segment on David Lynch’s harshly received prequel feature, Fire Walk With Me.

ARGENTO’s OPERA, plus DARIO WALL TO WALL and PAUL SCHRADER’s CAT PEOPLE

A super-sized Halloween edition of the Carpet finds Thom and Tom considering Paul Schrader’s steamy 1982 Cat People remake along side the more austere 1942 original in Carpet Compares. Your Carpeteers then crow about the film that marks the consensus end of Dario Argento’s peak period, 1987’s Opera. Finally, Argento month draws to a close with a long discussion of director’s giallo work at large in Wall To Wall Carpet.