This week Lee is joined by friend and fellow podcaster, Vaughn Kuhlmeier, to cover one of the more notorious, yet somewhat forgotten, late-period Euro-horror sleaze flicks "Vampire in Venice" (1988), AKA: "Nosferatu in Venice". Originally envisioned to be an unofficial sequel to Werner Herzog's remake of "Nosferatu", the only connection is its star Klaus Kinski, who returns to his iconic role, but here he's not reigned-in, and all hell broke loose on this already troubled production. Is anything about this film worth watching? Does any of it make any damn sense? Can we separate the art from the artist when we can clearly see Kinski sexually assaulting his female co-stars on screen? Tune-in to hear the hosts thoughts, as well what they've been watching as of late.