This week we finally get around to letting Bryan watch House of 1000 Corpses. It’s been a long time since Scott has seen this one as well, so come see if it holds up for him too.
This week we dive into the Japanese horror phenomenon with the 2004 American remake of The Grudge.
We’re looking at two films about phone lines. First up, someone is killing phone sex operators in OUT OF THE DARK. Then Freddy directs a movie about a kid calling a hotline to learn his horoscope, for evil, in 976 EVIL.
This week Scott’s joined by special guest, Doug. We discuss Lucio Fulci’s Zombie and discuss why all movies need to have a scene of a shark fighting a zombie.
It’s time to ring in the new year with two themed horror films. First up we visit an abandoned resort and teleport back to the 50s in BLOODY NEW YEAR. Then we stumble upon a random building and . . . well . . . we don’t know what happens really in GHOSTKEEPER. Happy New Year to everyone!
This week we tackle another essentail horror movie that Bryan has somehow never seen, Psycho.
This week we take a look back at the 1974 holiday favorite, Black Christmas.
It’s our Christmas Episode! We’re joined by Scott and later Bryan from the Fresh Brains Podcast. First up we review the theatrical Santa movie VIOLENT NIGHT. Then we get our drinking on with a robotic Santa in CHRISTMAS BLOODY CHRISTMAS. After that Bryan joins us for a fun segment where we all pitch our own insane Christmas movie. You’ll get five unique tales to celebrate your holidays with.
We’re taking a look at some vampire films this week that takes a twist on old vampire lore. First up, we look at old artifacts that can make you want blood in CRONOS. Then a strange girl moves in next door and convinces a young boy to stand up for himself in LET THE RIGHT ONE IN.
This week come get a double dose of Bryan as we’re joined by special guest Bryan Wolford and discuss The Return of the Living Dead. Can you handle this much Bryan? Honestly, I doubt it.
Once again, Bryan is MIA and Noah fills in. This week he brings The Toxic Avenger with him in an attempt to sway Scott to the ways of Troma. After mild protest, Scott remembers that he and Noah both love the same shitty movies and settles in.
It’s drug week here on the show. And in typical form there is a technical glitch that made us lose part of the show. So try and listen as we talk about SPUN and THE SALTON SEA.
Join us as we get surprisingly intellectual (at least for us) as we try to dissect the original 1992 Candyman.
This week we take on a listener request with a Vincent Price classic, House on Haunted Hill.
Join us this week as we put the idea of a fresh perspective on a classic to the test. Bryan is watching the 1978 Halloween for the first time. How does it hold up in his eyes? Come listen to find out.
This week Bryan goes missing and rather than look for him, Scott finds a guest host, Noah. Not only that, but Noah makes Scott watch a movie he’s never seen before, The Collector. Does Scott like giving up control? Will Noah be invited back? Is Bryan really dead? Tune in to find out.
This week we head back to 1996 for a fresh take on the Wes Craven slasher, Scream. Come see if we think it holds up and is worth the praise.
We’re back looking at some Dracula and Frankenstein films. This time we’re stopping by Hammer Studios. First up, we take a look at Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing in HORROR OF DRACULA. Then, we check out Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing in CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN. After that, we talk about THE MUNSTERS, DON’T WORRY DARLING, and at the end of the show have a spoilery discussion about BARBARIAN.
It’s Dracula and Frankenstein month to celebrate the spooky season. We head back to 1931 to see if these films still hold up. First up, Bela Legosi enraptures us with his gaze in DRACULA. Then, Karloff throws us into the lake in FRANKENSTEIN. After that, we chat about THEY LIVE, PIECES, and FRIGHT NIGHT.
This week we sink our teeth into the 1958 Hammer version of Dracula. This is a first time watch for both of us, so come see if we think it holds up.