TLH Episode 51 – The Lost Boys Commentary

Well, we’ve managed to keep this show going for a full year now, and to celebrate, we decided to kick back and record a commentary track of an old favorite chosen by our listeners. Join us as we share thoughts, trivia, and jokes about Joel Schumacher’s 1987 classic, The Lost Boys. Thanks for all of your support and contributions throughout the year. It’s been a fun ride.

(If watching along at home, we recorded using the two-disc special edition DVD/Blu-ray)

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes and YouTube.

TLH Episode 50 – The Church and The Sentinel

Well, Bryan decided to take the week off, leaving Scott and Doug to try and hold down the fort and do their best to stay on topic. First, you’ll hear them have the most agreeable disagreement ever while discussing The Church after which they try their best to make sense of mind job that is The Sentinel.

After the break they discuss a few of Scott’s recent watches including Son of Frankenstein, The Shining, and the new VOD release Feed the Devil.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes and YouTube.

TLH Episode 49 – Murder Party and Night of the Demons

This week we attempt to bring you an after prom party themed episode…and fail. So instead, here are two Halloween party themed movies. We discuss Jeremy Saulnier’s 2007 horror comedy Murder Party and the 1988 classic Night of the Demons.

After the break we discuss Suicide Squad, Green Room, and 2 Jennifer. Plus, Scott tries to get Doug fired up about Batman vs. Superman again…just for fun.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes and YouTube.

TLH Episode 48 – Dance of the Dead and The Loved Ones

Well, Bryan decided to sit out this week, leaving Scott and Doug to podcast like they did in the good old days, only to learn that they suck at it. After butchering what some might call a review of Dance of the Dead, they actually pull things together for a good discussion of The Loved Ones [spoilers from 58:00-1:11:35]. Also, Doug spoils Psycho.

For those of you who make it to the second half of the show, we discuss an email from Roman, talk about Stranger Things, and take a look back at the Paranormal Activity franchise.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes and YouTube.

TLH Episode 47 – Rope and The Invitation

This week Scott, Doug, and Bryan are hosting a dinner party, and you are all invited. Join us as we discuss Hitchcock’s classic Rope as well as 2015’s The Invitation [spoilers from 1:12:00-1:30:00].

After the break, we kinda go off the rails and just ramble for a while, but be sure not to tune out early, or you might miss out on learning the proper way to measure the number of books on one’s shelf. Spoiler alert, it’s insightful.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes and YouTube.

TLH Episode 46 – All is Lost and Dead Calm

Time to set sail with your favorite podcast as we take a look at yacht themed horror movies. Doug was in charge this week, and his picks for us were All is Lost from 2013 and Dead Calm from 1989.

After the break we discuss some Stephen King, Penny Dreadful, and a strange Linda Blair woman in prison movie that isn’t really.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 45 – Face/Off and No Country for Old Men

Scott and Bryan are on their own this week, as Doug decided he needed a vacation. (Who can blame him?) So, given how focused Scott and Bryan normally are, naturally this week’s theme has little to nothing to do with horror. We’re looking at villains from non horror movies that we feel, belong up there with the best the horror genre has to offer. Specifically, we look at Anton Chigurh from No Country for Old Men and Castor Troy from Face/Off.

After an email from Roman, we discuss Masters of the Universe, American Gothic, Dead of Summer, and The Purge: Election Year.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 44 – 10 Cloverfield Lane and Hidden

After a week off, your hosts Scott, Doug, and Bryan are back to discuss a couple of horror films taking place in bunkers. First, we look at the new release 10 Cloverfield Lane [spoilers from 21:25-53:00] followed by a lesser known film from 2015, Hidden [spoilers from 1:05:40-1:20:23].

We have lots to talk about after the break as well, including The Conjuring 2The Shallows, Independence Day: Resurgence, Extraordinary Tales, and 11.22.63. That’s what happens when we don’t record for two weeks.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 43 – Bordello of Blood and Demon Knight

Welcome kiddies to tonight’s tale of death, demons, and debauchery. We begin our ghoulish review with a look at a fiendish favorite, Demon Knight. But don’t scream just yet, because we follow it up with a discussion of the titillating terror tale, Bordello of Blood. So stay tuned, boys and ghouls. It’s going to be one “hell” of an episode.

Oh, and if you don’t want to hear a bunch of talk about professional wrestling, you may as well “kill” the episode at 1:40:00.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 42 – Haxan and The Phantom Carraige

This week join your host Scott, Bryan, and Doug the robot as we discuss a couple of lesser known silent horror films. First, we look at 1921’s The Phantom Carriage. Then, we discuss what might be the oldest documentary ever filmed, 1922’s Haxan.

After the break, we discuss all sorts of randomness including, horror films, G.I.Joe, and the many Beckys of Roseanne.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 41 – American Psycho and The Machinist

Well, the spider fest is over, and to congratulate Bryan for sticking with it, he was allowed to choose the theme this week. He decided to select a couple of psychological thrillers starring Christian Bale. We take a very in-depth look at The Machinist [spoilers from 28:19-53:40] and American Psycho [spoilers from 1:15:30-1:36:15].

After a very brief look at some feedback, we give some quick thoughts on Eyes of a Stranger and X-Men: Apocalypse.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 40 – Kingdom of the Spiders and Tarantula

This week on part 2 of Bryan’s grounding, we introduce to you the first ever TLH drinking game. While listening to us discuss Tarantula and Kingdom of the Spiders, take a shot every time Bryan calls Scott and/or Doug an asshole for making him watch them.

We have one voicemail this week, and spend some time discussing a few random watches including We Are Still Here, Scream (TV series), The Den, and Dracula’s Daughter.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 39 -Earth vs. the Spider (1958 and 2001)

This week we begin Bryan’s two week grounding by making him watch films associated with his greatest fear, spiders. We look at two films that are essentially related in name only, Earth vs. The Spider 1958 and 2001.

We spend some time after some feedback discussing Green Room, Southbound, and Earthquake. And, I think Bill Cosby showed up in the episode too, but everything got fuzzy after someone started passing around some weird Kool-Aid.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 38 – REC and Timecrimes

This week on the show we take a look at a couple of Spanish horror films, both released in 2007, and both of which Bryan and Doug had not seen. We start by discussing [REC], before having a spoiler filled discussion of Timecrimes (spoilers from 55:10-1:09:36).

After the break, we do some feedback, Doug and Bryan nerd out about Captain America: Civil War (spoilers from 1:26:15-1:38:04), and Scott shares thought on The Quarantine Hauntings.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 37 – Angel Heart and Blown Away

We’re back…and slightly more focused. After getting some crap from our listeners, we attempt to wrangle the conversation and stay on topic. But, between discussing a movie [Blown Away] that makes Scott just want to rant and bitch and the fact that Bryan didn’t even watch the film, and therefore had little to contribute, we’ll let you be the judge of how successful we were. We also talk about a very confusing, but good film, Angel Heart.

After a break and some emails, we give spoiler free thoughts on Possession, He Never Died, Hush, and several other classics.

As always, we welcome feedback at thelasthorrorcast@gmail.com and on our Facebook page or leave us a voicemail at 601-564-TLHP. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

TLH Episode 36 – Burnt Offerings and Tenebrae

Tune in this week as we learn about Scott’s apparent obsession with homeless people and groin injuries, Bryan seems to have brought a ghost with him who now haunts our show, and Doug does his damnedest to keep the  on topic and focused. Spoiler alert…he fails.

Despite the chaos and the horrible audio issues we were experiencing, we actually managed to discuss a few films. Bryan was allowed to choose the films this week, which ended up being Tenebrae and Burnt Offerings. Scott also shares a few thoughts on the new Zach Ward film, Restoration, The City of Lost Children, and Dark City.

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 35 – A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors and The Exorcist III

Everyone help us welcome Bryan Wolford to the show. You may recognize his voice from the Drunken Zombie podcast. Starting this week, he will be a permanent and welcome addition to the cast. To help welcome him and celebrate our third host, we decided to take a look at some famous part 3s in horror. First, we discuss A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors followed by The Exorcist III.

After the break we learn more about the Chinese American war from Roman, and discuss a few things we’ve seen recently, including Late Phases, Horace and Pete, and Betrothed.

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 34 – Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon and Lake Mungo

This week on The Last Horrorcast we discuss a few mockumentaries. We begin by spending a great deal of time gushing over one of our favorite films, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon. Following that, we get Doug’s reaction after his first viewing of Lake Mungo.

We had quite a bit of feedback to get through after the break, most of which was just listeners picking on Scott.

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 33 – In the Shadow of Kilimanjaro and Link

Just when you thought we couldn’t be any more obscure with our episode themes, we bring you two films about killer monkeys, both released in the same year. First we watch an former circus monkey with a pension for arson chase Elisabeth Shue around in Link. Then learn about the super true story of a time when lack of rain made Kenyan baboons go crazy in In the Shadow of Kilimanjaro.

After the break, we read a few emails and talk about some video games before finally putting the show out of its misery.

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 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.

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