Category Archives: Podcast

TLH Episode 32 – April Fool’s Day and Happy Birthday to Me

This week we’re celebrating Scott’s April Fool’s Day birthday with a couple of appropriately titled 80s slashers, April Fool’s Day and Happy Birthday to Me. Be prepared for spoilers, as these are some of the most twisty and convoluted slashers ever made. But don’t worry, knowing how they end won’t change your enjoyment of them, nor will it help you understand them better.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 31 – Pin and Tourist Trap

We’re back this week with a special bonus episode. After taking a week off and having a non-traditional episode last week, we decided to still record our thoughts on a couple of mannequin themed films. We discuss Tourist Trap and Pin, as well as the Jon Knautz directed short, Still Life. Finally, we wrap up with our thoughts on a classic mannequin themed Twilight Zone episode, The After Hours.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 30 – Phantom of the Paradise and The Return of Captain Invincible

Well, with Scott’s absence this week, we turned the mic on and allowed a guest host into the studio. In addition, we gave him control of the theme and movies. Please welcome guest host Anthony D.P. Mann to the show, and enjoy his picks of Phantom of the Paradise and The Return of Captain Invincible.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 29 – Maggie and The Road

Prepare yourself for a dark one this week as we attempt to discuss two of the most depressing films about parents and their children ever, 2009’s The Road and 2015’s Maggie.

After the break we dig into the mail bag, Doug tries to offend more Chinese viewers, and we discuss a couple other random watches, including Gone Girl, the Poltergeist remake, and Home Movie.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 28 – House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects

This week we take a fresh look at Rob Zombie films. Be sure to listen to find out what Scott thinks of House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects, both of which he’s seeing for the first time. Plus, you don’t want to miss Doug trying to convince the world that The Devil’s Rejects was an ode to Empire Strikes Back. Yea…that happened.

After the break we discuss a couple of new releases, and Scott talks about some 80s gold with Slaughter High and Class of 1999. Is Scott actually an 80s slasher killer? Listen to find out.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 27 – Dreamscape and Flatliners

Join us this week as we welcome a very special guest host, Bryan Wolford from Drunken Zombie. Doug is on vacation, and Bryan has agreed to fill in and discuss the 1984 classic Dreamscape as well as the 1990 less classic Flatliners.

After the break we discuss some feedback, Scott reviews another random box art pick, and we share our thoughts on The Witch.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 26 – Digging up the Marrow and My Name is Bruce

This week we take a look at a couple of films in which the director plays themselves in their own movie. Doug fanboys out to Bruce Campbell in our review of My Name is Bruce and Scott admits he’d rather chase monsters around with a video camera than work as we discuss Digging Up the Marrow.

After the break, we go over some fan mail, hear a special review of The Witch, and discuss a really bad movie.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 25 – Spring and The Signal

This week we take a break from the traditional themes and let Scott knock off a couple of films that have been on his ever growing to-do list. We spend the first segment watching our opinion of The Signal deteriorate right before our eyes, and wrap up by learning that Doug’s heart is ice cold as we discuss Spring.

After some fan mail, we discuss a couple of new trailers and talk about a few random watches we each had this week.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 24 – Alien vs. Predator and Tremors 4

This week we take a trip back in time and take a look at some very specific prequels. Both of our films this week involve the trope of identical grandparents. We’ll let you listen to the episode to learn what that means. Doug explores the concept of racist earth worms with Tremors 4: The Legend Begins and Scott chooses the newest Resident Evil film, AVP: Alien vs. Predator.

After the break, we read off some fan mail, discuss a few trailers, and listen to Doug rant about censorship.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 23 – Suicide Club and Vindication

Get ready for our darkest episode yet, as we discuss a couple of suicide themed horror films. Scott redeems his recent streak of bad picks with Vindication (2006) and Doug discovers a hidden love for J-Pop music idols with his pick of Suicide Club (2001).

After the break we defend ourselves to some listeners who took issue with a couple of our opinions and beg for those of you who haven’t turned on us to help support the show.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 22 – Messiah of Evil and The Devil’s Rain

This week on the show, we watched a couple of movies. We think they were about satanism. A lot of stuff happened in them at least, although we’re not sure what any of it meant.

After rambling and making absolutely no sense for about an hour or so, we talk about some recent releases and trailers. This half of the show makes a little more sense, but not much. At least we’ll always have Goatman.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 21 – Amusement and Clown

This week on the show, we discuss a good clown movie, a bad movie that’s not about clowns, Doug makes some embarrassing confessions, and Scott gets put even deeper into time out for his recent run of bad film picks.

After the break, we get into some fan feedback, discuss our contest, and tell you the secret of how you can both support the show and be awesome at the same time.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 20 – Frozen and We Are Still Here

Grab a blanket and some hot chocolate. This week we are discussing a couple winter horror films. Despite some major technical issues during recording, we managed to actually record few thoughts on Frozen (2010) and We Are Still Here (2015).

We had a lot of fan mail this week, as well as some updates on our ongoing contest. Be sure to listen for the update.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 19 – Alleluia and Cub

This week we’ve decided to look back at 2015 and take in a couple of films that managed to get past us this year with (coincidentally) a couple of Belgian films; Alleluia and Cub [spoilers for Cub end at 1:34:12].

We were light on feedback this week, so after the break, we had some time to discuss a new way to listen to TLH each week, announce a new contest, and get into some spoiler talk for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 18 – Rare Exports and Sint

Ho Ho Ho and Merry Christmas from from the TLH family. This week on our holiday spectacular we bring you zombie Santas from the Netherlands in Sint and old naked Santas from Finland with Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale.

After the break, we take in some listener mail, and discuss some non horror nerdery, including spoiler free Star Wars talk and the state of X-Men films.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes and on Stitcher.

TLH Episode 17 – Critters and Ghoulies 3: Ghoulies go to College

This week while discussing some Gremlins rip offs, Scott is put in time out until further notice for his pick of Ghoulies go to College, and Doug assures us that Critters has less rape than The Last House on the Left.

After some listener feedback, we take a few minutes to discuss the new theatrical hit, Krampus.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes and on Stitcher

TLH Episode 16 – Black Mirror: Season 2

Just two weeks after covering season 1, we have decided to check out Black Mirror season 2 as well. After a lengthy and rather heady discussion, Scott admits that his brain is too tiny and too American to fully grasp everything that’s going on in these episodes.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes and on Stitcher.

TLH Episode 15 – Black Sheep and Isolation

This week we are heading down to farm for some killer farm animal themed horror flicks. After discussing Scott’s unnatural discomfort with farm animals in general, we break down Black Sheep (2006) and Isolation (2005).

After the break and a bit of listener feedback, we share a few brief thoughts on Found (2012) and The Harvest (2013).

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes and on Stitcher.

TLH Episode 14 – Black Mirror: Season 1

This week your hosts are going with another listener suggested theme. There have been several requests for television horror, and more specifically British television, so this week’s topic is the 2011 premier season of Black Mirror.

There was no listener feedback this week, so after the break, your hosts briefly discuss their thoughts on the upcoming holiday horror film, Krampus.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes.

TLH Episode 13 – The Shrine and Wake Wood

After three months of asking for episode suggestions from listeners, we’ve finally come through. This week we take a look at a couple of folk horror movies, both from 2010. First up is the Irish production, Wake Wood followed by Jon Knautz’s, The Shrine.

After the break we listen to some listener voicemails and emails, and discuss some additional theories about last weeks controversial topic, Session 9. Spoiler alert, it still doesn’t make sense.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 206-600-9711. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes.