cigar review

  • Film & Cigar Review – Sharkenstein (2016) & Tatuaje The Bride cigar

    Twas a greyish, winter morning of late when The Doctor and Tuesday Night Cigar Club president Matthew Cade pondered via phone exchange what movie I should next review. As usual, boredom and frustration led to us perusing the titles of grade-B (and C and D) shark movies, the kind...
  • Cigar Review – OneOff Canonazo by Illusione

    THE CIGAR – ONEOFF CANONAZO by ILLUSIONE CIGARS Size: 6 1/8 x 52 (toro) Wrapper: Nicaragua Binder: Nicaragua Filler: Nicaragua Price: $16.95 Our friends over at Famous Smoke Shop have this to say about tonight’s cigar, the OneOff Canonazo from Illusione: Illusione ONEOFF cigars are resurrected brand that gained...
  • Cigar Review – Scotch Bonnet by Viaje

    THE CIGAR – SCOTCH BONNET by VIAJE Size: 4 7/8 x 50 (perfecto) Wrapper: N/A Binder: N/A Filler: N/A Price: $8.59 It’s hard to believe we haven’t featured a Viaje cigar before, either on the podcast or here on the website. The Viaje Skull & Bones was an early...
  • Cigar Review – Boondock Saint by Black Works Studio

    THE CIGAR – BOONDOCK SAINT by BLACK WORKS STUDIO Size: 6 1/4 x 46 (corona larga) Wrapper: Pennsylvania Broadleaf Binder: Nicaragua Habano Filler: Connecticut, Nicaragua, and Pennsylvania Price: $10.50 It’s Sunday night and I’m in a shitty mood. After spending nearly an hour combing through Netflix and Amazon Prime...
  • Episode 86 – To The Limit (1995) / Partagas Legend cigar / Feisty Blonde ale

    Happy New Year! We’re back with one of our best episodes in a long while and I sincerely hope you enjoy listening/watching as much as we enjoyed recording it. An amazing beer, a good cigar, and an Anna Nicole Smith high-stakes espionage thriller. That’s a literal recipe for my...
  • Review – Halloween: Resurrection (2002) & Acid Kuba kuba cigar

    Like a line from that old Grateful Dead dirge, what a long, strange trip it’s been. After much waxing nostalgic, we have reached the final chapter in our Halloween retrospective. Unfortunately, that final chapter is Halloween: Resurrection. Perhaps a better title would have been Halloween: Let’s Get This Over...
  • Review – Halloween H20 (1998) & Joya de Nicaragua Cuatro Cinco cigar

    Perhaps only a scant three years had passed since the last Halloween film hit cinema screens, but H20 was released during a new era as far as horror movies were concerned: the post-Scream era, a world that includes the Jump Scare*, tongue-in-cheek humor, and a new brand of savvy...
  • Episode 81 – Killer Workout & Death Spa / 2012 by Oscar Barber Pole & Maduro cigars / Death By Coconut

    Well boys and ghouls, we are still knee deep in horror films here in The Corner Of No Hope as our annual “Countdown to Halloween Bootacular & Spooktastic Drinking Extravaganza” is still in full swing! And tonight we have a double-feature for you that’s truly special. Don’t believe me?...
  • Review – Halloween 6 (1995) & Florida Sun Grown cigar

    Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers is an interesting film, to say the least. Although the Akkad family was still involved, Halloween 6 was released by Dimension Films, and the collective powers that be had to make a crucial decision on how to proceed with the franchise following...
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