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The Absence of Milk In the Mouths of the Lost (2023): Discussion begins. A mysterious milkman may hold the key to a mother reuniting with her missing daughter. Released directly to Blu-ray (a rarity in this day and age), but the embedded trailer should explain why this caught our notice. Buy The Absence of Milk In the Mouths of the Lost.

Barbarella (1968): Discussion begins. Read the Canonically Weird review! You can now see young ‘s zero-g striptease in 4K! Unfortunately, the feature is on UHD only, although there is an entire Blu-ray of extra features. Buy Barbarella.

Basket Case (1982): Discussion begins. Read Gregory J. Smalley’s review. The late-era grindhouse classic about a killer Siamese twin gets a limited edition 4K UHD release from Arrow, with a basketful of video treasures. Buy Basket Case.

Flesh of the Gods (202?): Discussion begins. Late breaking news! has a new project in pre-production: an L.A. set vampire film starring Kristen Stewart and . Cosmatos brags “Flesh of the Gods inhabits the liminal realm between fantasy and nightmare… Flesh will take you on a hot rod joy ride deep into the glittering heart of hell.” Exciting times! More at Hollywood Reporter.

I Saw the TV Glow (2024): Discussion begins. Teenagers become overly involved with a mysterious supernatural TV broadcast. ‘s elevated followup to their debut We’re All Going to the World’s Fair is earning, dare we say, glowing reviews. I Saw the TV Glow official site.

Jobe’z World (2018): Discussion begins. A rollerblader accidentally delivers a fatal dose of drugs to a famous actor, then spends the rest of the night avoiding weirdos (After Hours style). Just making it to Blu-ray now; also streaming free for Amazon Prime subscribers. Buy Jobe’z World.

Singapore Sling (1990): Discussion begins. Read the Apocryphally Weird review! ‘ noir-by-way-of-surreal-sexual-perversion should-be cult classic finally gets the American release it deserves, from Vinegar Syndrome (of course). Buy Singapore Sling.

Time of Moulting (2020): Discussion begins. Read Giles Edwards’ Apocrypha Candidate review. This dark and enigmatic family drama had Giles “torn between scratching my head in confusion and hugging myself in despair.” Now on Blu-ray and VOD. Buy Time of Moulting.


On next week’s Pod 366, Pete Trbovich will join Gregory J. Smalley to discuss the week’s weird news and releases. In written reviews, Shane Wilson tackles another one that Came from the Reader-Suggested Queue with Mickey One, the 1965 existential experiment starring Warren Beatty as a stand-up comic on the run for unknown reasons; El Rob Hubbard sings the praises of ‘s 1985 stop-motion adaptation of The Pied Piper; Giles Edwards keeps the musical theme going as he does the same for ‘s The Tune (1992); and Gregory J. Smalley gets out to the movie theater to catch Sasquatch Sunset before the sun sets on its theatrical run. Onward and weirdward!

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