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Wheel of Horror
WOH - 254 - Fresh Film Fridays - Goodnight Mommy (2022)

Wheel of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 23:23


MASSIVE SPOILER WARNING, LIKE SERIOUSLY IT'S HUGE, THIS SPOILER WARNING!!!!Wow did we have technical difficulties on this weeks episode. Sorry in advance for the shorter length, but It's  still Friday!!!! So grab a six pack of White Claws, quit your job, go dancing, adopt a highway sign, do your taxes very early, whatever you want to do, but just make sure to listen to Alec and Justin discuss the latest from Amazon Studios, the 2022 remake of 'Goodnight Mommy'. It's got a creepy mask wearing mommy, some creepy kids, a creepy barn, and it all takes place in creepy Connecticut....but was filmed in creepy New Jersey. Anyways it's creepy and you'll learn some stuff about the movie. Enjoy!This Episode is sponsored by Bards Clothing. Visit https://www.bardsclothing.com. and follow them on Instagram @bardsclothing

Mornings with Carmen
How we should approach horror films | Moving from the discipleship menu to a discipleship plan

Mornings with Carmen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 44:00


Plugged In's Adam Holz unpacks how we can evaluate if various forms of entertainment have the potential to create spiritual discussions and why using voice assistants can push children towards some bad habits. Ryan Ellington, Pastor of Mount Zion Baptist Church, shares how all believers should be working towards the place of spiritual leadership. Click here for today's show notes

Sirens of Scream
Episode 85: 31 Days of Horror VII

Sirens of Scream

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 72:59


When the chill fills the air.. when the leaves crunch under your feet.. when the pumpkins peak and the jack-o-lanterns glow.. when the ghouls and goblins lurk and the ghosts rise.. you will ALWAYS find us there, in that autumn chill, to deliver you an entire list of incredible horror to keep your entire month of October as spooky as it could possibly be!Join us for this year's edition of 31 DAYS OF HORROR VII!!Sirens of Scream are:Jackie DeVore- @JackietherobotSierra Houk- @sierrahoukBlue Coble -  @blueironworkerSirens on Twitter - @SirensPodcastSirens on Insta, Tumblr, and FacebookEmail - sirens@sirensofscream.comEditing and production by Drew DeVoreEnd Music - Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts III 26

Watch The Film With Us
[SPECIAL] Scream Queens

Watch The Film With Us

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 31:31


To finish off September, we watched the first couple episodes of Ryan Murphy's “Scream Queens”. We chat first impressions (for Cheryl) and how it compares to Scream, which partly inspired the series. In the episode, we also chat about whether horror works for tv shows, and whether audiences can or want to remain scared for several weeks of a show's run.Let us know what you think and chat with us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WTF_WithUsTheme Music Credit: Ultra Lights by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2020 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/61225 Ft: Javolenus

Schokkend Nieuws Podcast
Onze top 50 horrorfilms!

Schokkend Nieuws Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 181:41


In deze vijftigste reguliere aflevering stellen Julius en Jasper een top 50 horrorfilms samen en horen we columns van Hedwig van Driel en Erik van 't Holt.

Cineverm - A Film Podcast
Barbarian (2022) - Film Review - Ep. 76

Cineverm - A Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 87:40


This week we cover BARBARIAN!! Is it the surprise hit of the year?!

A Year In Horror
The Munsters (2022)

A Year In Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 44:54


Holy Crap! Is it time for this thing already? Has Rob Zombie pulled it off? Are all those folks that were so quick to judge the film so harshly or so positively after the release of THAT trailer in their right minds? Well, to work through this straight to Netflix release, I spoke with music journalist Lee Beamish & here are the results. straight into your earholes.Lee Beamish at The Sleeping Shaman. 

Wheel of Horror
Wheel of Horror - 253 - Hostel (2006)

Wheel of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 41:34


It's the final spin of this Wheel of Horror before October and boy is it a doozy. Listen in as Alec and Joe discuss the brutal 2006 film Hostel, but also delve deep into Horror film in the 2000's, the cultural shift to more graphic violent films, Eli Roth's career,  traveling to Europe, and much more. Also special guest at the end of the episode. Enjoy!This Episode is sponsored by Bards Clothing. Visit https://www.bardsclothing.com. and follow them on Instagram @bardsclothing

Horror Bulletin
The Retaliators, The Blob, Mystery of the Wax Museum, and Saloum

Horror Bulletin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 45:53


Episode 187 We've got our usual collection of four horror films and a short film for you this week. This week, our oldie film is the original version of "Mystery of the Wax Museum" from 1933. We'll jump a few decades and watch the original "The Blob" from 1958. Then we'll take a look at "Saloum" and "The Retaliators," both new releases. In the Bonus reviews this week, over at http://horrorbulletin.com We've got: "King of Thorn" an anime from 2009 "Them!" The first "giant bug" thriller from 1954. Twelfth Issue of Horror Bulletin now available The newest issue of Horror Bulletin Monthly, our monthly compilation of all our reviews, is out now. This includes all the bonus content and is available as both a print book as well as an ebook. If you don't have time to read the website or email, here's one more option for you! Buy from Amazon: Amazon.com Buy Direct: https://payhip.com/BrianSchell/collection/horror-bulletin-monthly Check out all our books! The Horror Guys Guide to: The Horror Films of Vincent Price Universal Studios' Shock! Theater Universal Studios' Son of Shock! Hammer Horror Films The Silent Age of Horror Creepy Fiction: A Sextet of Strange Stagings: Six Surprising Scripts Tales to Make You Shiver, Volume 1 and 2 Here. We. Go! Links: Mystery of the Wax Museum https://www.horrorguys.com/mystery-of-the-wax-museum-1933/ The Blob https://www.horrorguys.com/the-blob-1958/ Short Film: Mob Ghost (2022) https://www.horrorguys.com/short-film-mob-ghost-2022/ Saloum (2022) https://www.horrorguys.com/saloum-2021/ The Retaliators (2022) https://www.horrorguys.com/the-retaliators-2021/ And that's our show. Thanks for joining us. Stop in during the week at our website, HorrorMovieGuys.com for news and horror updates, to comment on this podcast, or to contact us. Get ready for next week, where we'll be watching four more full-lengths and a fun short film! Stay tuned! Stay tuned for more regular and bonus reviews next week! Email: email@horrorguys.com Book Store: https://brianschell.com/collection/horror-film-books The web: http://www.horrorguys.com Subscribe by email: http://horrorbulletin.substack.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/horrormovieguys Twitter: http://twitter.com/HorrorMovieGuys *Theme Music by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com

Viv and Nessa's Infinite Watchlist
Top 100 Horror Films List #85- Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)

Viv and Nessa's Infinite Watchlist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 32:04


Come discuss another great horror classic this week. Viv was pro pod life, Myles and Nessa strongly disagreed. Tell us if you're team pods or team humans. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Todays Boondoggle on Domain Cleveland Radio
TBSE Midwest Wasteland 33 Horror Films - March 20, 2011

Todays Boondoggle on Domain Cleveland Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 110:30


This Today's Boondoggle Special Edition series brings back the VGN Midwest Wasteland Catalog to our listening audience every Saturday. Back during a time when a group of men could get together and share stories about their lives before the world became so judgmental and offended by everything and Woke Mobs ran roughshod with their cancel pitchforks and torches. Dudes discussing a plethora of topics through out it's run that you will find highly entertaining. There will be drinking, there will be burping, there will be farting, and there will be a lot of bad humor. I personally was a huge fan of the series during my military deployment and was a fun distraction during my down time. Credit to the band Warrior Soul for their song The Wasteland. So kick back with your headphones and cold one for this latest episode. Enjoy our additional segments featuring music from the Flo White Show and Stories from the VFW Hall. Remember Boondoggle Listeners Matter, so e-mail us at todaysboondoggle@gmail.com and let us know your thoughts so we can read them on air. Tweet us @2daysBoondoggle and Follow us on Instagram @todaysboondoggle as well as on Facebook. Please subscribe and give 5 stars and review. Every review we receive on either Apple Podcast or Google Music we will mention you on a future episode and our Social Media pages. Follow Today's Boondoggle also on our Social Media as well as DomainCle.com and on Anchor.fm Today's Boondoggle logo designed by Stacy Candow. Additional music by Evan Crouse. Also please consider financially supporting us at Todays Boondoggle using Venmo, our GoFundMe, or sponsoring us on our Anchor.fm page, so we can continue to provide you with quality entertainment. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/todaysboondoggle/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/todaysboondoggle/support

DCLE - Domain Cleveland - Entertainment is our Domain
TBSE Midwest Wasteland 33 Horror Films – March 20, 2011

DCLE - Domain Cleveland - Entertainment is our Domain

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022


This Today’s Boondoggle Special Edition series brings back the VGN Midwest Wasteland Catalog to our listening audience every Saturday. Back during a time when a group of men could get together and share stories about their lives before the world became so judgmental and offended by everything and Woke Mobs ran roughshod with their cancel […] The post TBSE Midwest Wasteland 33 Horror Films – March 20, 2011 first appeared on Domain Cleveland.

All You Can Hear
Episode 282 - Foreign Horror Films, Volume 1!

All You Can Hear

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 82:13


This week, AYCH is getting Halloween started early with a quartet of international horror films! The Lads explore a wide range of horror films from the across the world ranging from low budget cult classics, intense gore fests, and art films. Turn off the lights and get ready for All You Can Hear to become All You Can FEAR...! ----------------------------------- *NOTICE: There will be mention of intense subject matter in the discussion of these movies including intense violence, cruelty, violence toward children, suicide, & sexual violence. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 - Intro 00:02:20 - Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell (1995) 00:16:34 - Possum (2018) | Content Warning - Child trauma 00:33:42 - The Sadness (2021) | Content Warning - Intense Violence, Cruelty, Sexual Violence 00:52:23 - Climax (2018) | Content Warning - Sexual Violence, Suicide 01:19:25 - Wrapping Up & Outro ----------------------------------- Catch up on all of Season 6's episodes here: soundcloud.com/aychpodcast/sets/aych-season-six-2022 ----------------------------------- Check out our Spin-off series! -- Nicolas Cage movie review series, Caging Greatness! podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cagi…ss/id1553303334 -- Tanner's interview series, The Late Takes! t.co/jUQ9P7M1PU?amp=1 ----------------------------------- Twitch Archive YT: www.youtube.com/channel/UCIy_QGERcQFsU52SgUleyEQ If you like what we're doing here, don't forget to leave us a review! You can also follow us on all of our social media below and tell us how we're doing: -- Twitter: @aychpodcast -- Instagram: aychpodcast -- Twitch: AllYouCanHear Leave us some suggestions in our Suggestion Box as well! goo.gl/forms/AHetCWQ2m7tHDigg1

New Books in Communications
Catherine Lester, "Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 63:27


Children and horror are often thought to be an incompatible meeting of audience and genre, beset by concerns that children will be corrupted or harmed through exposure to horror media. Nowhere is this tension more clear than in horror films for adults, where the demonic child villain is one of the genre's most enduring tropes. However, horror for children is a unique category of contemporary Hollywood cinema in which children are addressed as an audience with specific needs, fears and desires, and where child characters are represented as sympathetic protagonists whose encounters with the horrific lead to cathartic, subversive and productive outcomes. Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema (Bloomsbury, 2021) examines the history, aesthetics and generic characteristics of children's horror films, and identifies the 'horrific child' as one of the defining features of the genre, where it is as much a staple as it is in adult horror but with vastly different representational, interpretative and affective possibilities. Through analysis of case studies including blockbuster hits (Gremlins), cult favourites (The Monster Squad) and indie darlings (Coraline), Catherine Lester asks, what happens to the horror genre, and the horrific children it represents, when children are the target audience? Peter C. Kunze is a visiting assistant professor of communication at Tulane University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books in American Studies
Catherine Lester, "Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 63:27


Children and horror are often thought to be an incompatible meeting of audience and genre, beset by concerns that children will be corrupted or harmed through exposure to horror media. Nowhere is this tension more clear than in horror films for adults, where the demonic child villain is one of the genre's most enduring tropes. However, horror for children is a unique category of contemporary Hollywood cinema in which children are addressed as an audience with specific needs, fears and desires, and where child characters are represented as sympathetic protagonists whose encounters with the horrific lead to cathartic, subversive and productive outcomes. Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema (Bloomsbury, 2021) examines the history, aesthetics and generic characteristics of children's horror films, and identifies the 'horrific child' as one of the defining features of the genre, where it is as much a staple as it is in adult horror but with vastly different representational, interpretative and affective possibilities. Through analysis of case studies including blockbuster hits (Gremlins), cult favourites (The Monster Squad) and indie darlings (Coraline), Catherine Lester asks, what happens to the horror genre, and the horrific children it represents, when children are the target audience? Peter C. Kunze is a visiting assistant professor of communication at Tulane University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Caffeine and Screams
91. Season of the Witch Horror Films

Caffeine and Screams

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 59:42


In light of the season it's finally time to take a deep dive into Witch-centric horror films of all kinds. This diverse and rich subgenre of horror was a pleasant surprise as each film provided something fresh and different, and now I'm here to share a lot of what I liked and why I think witches work so well in horror.Follow us on:Facebook.com/CaffeineAndScreamsPodcastInstagram @CaffeineAndScreamsPodcastTwitter @ ScreamsCaffeine

New Books in Popular Culture
Catherine Lester, "Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 63:27


Children and horror are often thought to be an incompatible meeting of audience and genre, beset by concerns that children will be corrupted or harmed through exposure to horror media. Nowhere is this tension more clear than in horror films for adults, where the demonic child villain is one of the genre's most enduring tropes. However, horror for children is a unique category of contemporary Hollywood cinema in which children are addressed as an audience with specific needs, fears and desires, and where child characters are represented as sympathetic protagonists whose encounters with the horrific lead to cathartic, subversive and productive outcomes. Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema (Bloomsbury, 2021) examines the history, aesthetics and generic characteristics of children's horror films, and identifies the 'horrific child' as one of the defining features of the genre, where it is as much a staple as it is in adult horror but with vastly different representational, interpretative and affective possibilities. Through analysis of case studies including blockbuster hits (Gremlins), cult favourites (The Monster Squad) and indie darlings (Coraline), Catherine Lester asks, what happens to the horror genre, and the horrific children it represents, when children are the target audience? Peter C. Kunze is a visiting assistant professor of communication at Tulane University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/popular-culture

Indie Film Cafe
90's Horror Films| Season 2| Episode 1| My Boyfriend's Back (1993)

Indie Film Cafe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 65:28


Subscribe to our podcast!    We are back for a brand new season! In this episode Jonathan Moody chats with his buddy Vittorio Treppo about the 1993 high school Zombedy movie, "My Boyfriend's Back"    Follow us on social media: @90shorrorfilmpodcast  @indiefilmcafe    Websites:  http://sickflickproductions.com http://indiefilmcafe.reviews  http://indiefilmcafe.podbean.com  http://patreon.com/indiefilmcafe 

Quality Violent Cinema
HorrorCorridor - Episode 24 - Troubled Mindz

Quality Violent Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 132:50


Troubled Mindz are a Horrorcore group formed in 1999 by Toxzik and Wicked K(as well as previous guest DEmoniC). They founded Murder House Records and have been putting out albums and mixtapes consistently since their first album “Evil Intentionz” in 2004. It was perfect timing for them to join me, after their labelmates GxdHatesUs were on the previous episode. [and the next will be KYP / Murder House Records royalty Lyssa Cer!]. Stick til the end to see their awesome homemade Troubled Mindz Wrestling Action Figures and a little chat about Wrestling Character Creator in video games. We also talk Horror Films, Murder House Records history, Murder Mob, Stitchez, balancing family life, ideas for violent lyrics, upcoming music and merch, Toxzik production and Wicked K's singing. Support Troubled Mindz: https://troubledmindzmhr.bandcamp.com/ http://www.murderhouserecords.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qualityviolentcinemainc/support

New Books in Sociology
Catherine Lester, "Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 63:27


Children and horror are often thought to be an incompatible meeting of audience and genre, beset by concerns that children will be corrupted or harmed through exposure to horror media. Nowhere is this tension more clear than in horror films for adults, where the demonic child villain is one of the genre's most enduring tropes. However, horror for children is a unique category of contemporary Hollywood cinema in which children are addressed as an audience with specific needs, fears and desires, and where child characters are represented as sympathetic protagonists whose encounters with the horrific lead to cathartic, subversive and productive outcomes. Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema (Bloomsbury, 2021) examines the history, aesthetics and generic characteristics of children's horror films, and identifies the 'horrific child' as one of the defining features of the genre, where it is as much a staple as it is in adult horror but with vastly different representational, interpretative and affective possibilities. Through analysis of case studies including blockbuster hits (Gremlins), cult favourites (The Monster Squad) and indie darlings (Coraline), Catherine Lester asks, what happens to the horror genre, and the horrific children it represents, when children are the target audience? Peter C. Kunze is a visiting assistant professor of communication at Tulane University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

Wheel of Horror
WOH - 252 - Fresh Film Fridays - Pearl (2022)

Wheel of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 32:52


MASSIVE INSANELY HUGE SPOILER WARNING.Well the day has finally arrived, today on the show we discuss the short awaited sequel to 2022's X, Pearl. We finally get to understand what drove the old murderous lady in X to well...murder. Join Alec and Justin as they discuss the film, Ti West's career, connections between this and X, and much more. Enjoy!!This episode is sponsored by Fanimal. Use check out code Horror for $20 of credit towards your first purchase. Visit https://fanimal.com/ Or download the Fanimal App.This Episode is sponsored by Bards Clothing. Visit https://www.bardsclothing.com. and follow them on Instagram @bardsclothing

New Books in Film
Catherine Lester, "Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books in Film

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 63:27


Children and horror are often thought to be an incompatible meeting of audience and genre, beset by concerns that children will be corrupted or harmed through exposure to horror media. Nowhere is this tension more clear than in horror films for adults, where the demonic child villain is one of the genre's most enduring tropes. However, horror for children is a unique category of contemporary Hollywood cinema in which children are addressed as an audience with specific needs, fears and desires, and where child characters are represented as sympathetic protagonists whose encounters with the horrific lead to cathartic, subversive and productive outcomes. Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema (Bloomsbury, 2021) examines the history, aesthetics and generic characteristics of children's horror films, and identifies the 'horrific child' as one of the defining features of the genre, where it is as much a staple as it is in adult horror but with vastly different representational, interpretative and affective possibilities. Through analysis of case studies including blockbuster hits (Gremlins), cult favourites (The Monster Squad) and indie darlings (Coraline), Catherine Lester asks, what happens to the horror genre, and the horrific children it represents, when children are the target audience? Peter C. Kunze is a visiting assistant professor of communication at Tulane University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

New Books Network
Catherine Lester, "Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 63:27


Children and horror are often thought to be an incompatible meeting of audience and genre, beset by concerns that children will be corrupted or harmed through exposure to horror media. Nowhere is this tension more clear than in horror films for adults, where the demonic child villain is one of the genre's most enduring tropes. However, horror for children is a unique category of contemporary Hollywood cinema in which children are addressed as an audience with specific needs, fears and desires, and where child characters are represented as sympathetic protagonists whose encounters with the horrific lead to cathartic, subversive and productive outcomes. Horror Films for Children: Fear and Pleasure in American Cinema (Bloomsbury, 2021) examines the history, aesthetics and generic characteristics of children's horror films, and identifies the 'horrific child' as one of the defining features of the genre, where it is as much a staple as it is in adult horror but with vastly different representational, interpretative and affective possibilities. Through analysis of case studies including blockbuster hits (Gremlins), cult favourites (The Monster Squad) and indie darlings (Coraline), Catherine Lester asks, what happens to the horror genre, and the horrific children it represents, when children are the target audience? Peter C. Kunze is a visiting assistant professor of communication at Tulane University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Viv and Nessa's Infinite Watchlist
Top 100 Horror Films List-# 86 Shaun of the Dead

Viv and Nessa's Infinite Watchlist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 37:58


Come join us at The Winchester to discuss this horror comedy classic. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Film Hub NI Podcast
Ghouls on Film - Film Hub NI Podcast #19

Film Hub NI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 34:20


Sara and Hugh are joined by Isabella Koban of Ghouls on Film the Belfast based, feminist horror film society screening at the Black Box. In a fascinating discussion, Isabella told us about finding escape in cinema in her teeenage years, why she loves programming the horror genre and the community that has grown up around Ghouls on Film since their foundation in 2021. We also got an early update on Ghouls on Film's contribution to the BFI FAN's 'In Dreams Are Monsters' season starting in October 2022.Sara also updated us on the forthcoming Collective tour from Film Hub NI members. The Irish language film Róise & Frank will be touring across NI, beginning on the 6th October in Limavady. You can find out more about the screenings here.  Thanks as ever to our lovely producer, Stephen Mullan. Let's show films! Support the show

Horror Bulletin
Trick R Treat, The Crazies, So Vam, and Halloween Kills

Horror Bulletin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 47:59


Episode 186 We've got our usual collection of four horror films and a short film for you this week. This week, our oldie film is the original version of "The Crazies" from 1973. We'll next look at the anthology "Trick R Treat" from 2007. We'll look at the (at least right now) most recent Halloween film, "Halloween Kills" from 2021, and then the brand-new "So Vam" from 2022. Twelfth Issue of Horror Bulletin now available The newest issue of Horror Bulletin Monthly, our monthly compilation of all our reviews, is out now. This includes all the bonus content and is available as both a print book as well as an ebook. If you don't have time to read the website or email, here's one more option for you! Buy from Amazon: Amazon.com Buy Direct: https://brianschell.com/collection/horror-bulletin-monthly Check out all our books! The Horror Guys Guide to: The Horror Films of Vincent Price Universal Studios' Shock! Theater Universal Studios' Son of Shock! Hammer Horror Films The Silent Age of Horror Creepy Fiction: A Sextet of Strange Stagings: Six Surprising Scripts Tales to Make You Shiver, Volume 1 and 2 Here. We. Go! Links: The Crazies (1973) https://www.horrorguys.com/the-crazies-1973/ Trick R Treat (2007) https://www.horrorguys.com/trick-r-treat-2007/ Short Film: Laika (2022) https://www.horrorguys.com/short-film-laika-2022/ Halloween Kills (2021) https://www.horrorguys.com/halloween-kills-2021/ So Vam (2022) https://www.horrorguys.com/so-vam-2021/ And that's our show. Thanks for joining us. Stop in during the week at our website, HorrorMovieGuys.com for news and horror updates, to comment on this podcast, or to contact us. Get ready for next week, where we'll be watching four more full-lengths and a fun short film! Stay tuned! Stay tuned for more regular and bonus reviews next week! Email: email@horrorguys.com Book Store: https://brianschell.com/collection/horror-film-books The web: http://www.horrorguys.com Subscribe by email: http://horrorbulletin.substack.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/horrormovieguys Twitter: http://twitter.com/HorrorMovieGuys *Theme Music by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com

One Dark Fright
Ep. 15 - House (1985)

One Dark Fright

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 123:22


Greetings, horror fiends! One Dark Fright is back with a romp through possibly the only Vietnam horror comedy in existence - 1985's HOUSE! There's so much zaniness going on in this film and we somehow packed everything into one hilarious, head-scratching episode. We're talking '80s men's sweater fashion, sexy neighbors, nighttime soap operas, murderous real estate agents, multi-dimensional house décor, and so much more! We also make every attempt to classify this movie and almost fall out of our chairs laughing at the world's greatest unproduced television show of all-time - "Resort"! Join us!Don't forget to subscribe and keep up to date with One Dark Fright on our PodPage:https://www.podpage.com/one-dark-fright/And follow along with us on the socials:Instagram - @onedarkfrightpodTwitter - @onedarkfrightFacebook - @onedarkfright

Creative Haven
Tech in Filmmaking, Life-Changing Horror Films, and Balancing Sound Design & Coding

Creative Haven

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 35:22


Ruslan Khamidullin is the Chief Technology Officer of Filmustage, a technology company that automates the script breakdown process, a painstaking task necessary in film production.  In this episode, we nerd out about horror films and Ruslan talks about how watching The Thing by John Carpenter shaped the entire course of his life, and led him into the world of filmmaking.  We also talk about his background as a sound designer, and how his life and work are heavily influenced by music. We dive deep into film production and the importance of the script breakdown and how his technology at Filmustage automates the process thanks to neural network technology. Ruslan talks about the idea of neural networks and natural language processing to modernize the script breakdown and pre-production process so filmmakers can spend more time on being creative.  Use code CREATIVEHAVEN30 for 30% off any of Filmustage's plans. Learn more at TheCreativeHaven.com

PVD Horror
An Attempt at a Found Footage Discussion featuring the return of Matthew Chernov

PVD Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 68:36


Screenwriter, journalist, and friend of the crew Matthew Chernov returns back to squash some serious beef he found himself in recently about what constitutes a found footage film. Before we delve into this debate we cover some of our upcoming events and recent films we caught, discussing films such as Smile, They/Them, and more. 

Cinedicate
#90 - The Blob (1958/1988): How Our Fears are Reflected in Film and Theme Songs For Horror Films

Cinedicate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 68:32


MAIN EPISODE: Film professor and filmmaker Cam Lewis returns to Cinedicate to discuss The Blob franchise. From the campy 1958 massive hit to the wonderfully executed remake 30 years later, we spend the next episode blobbin' it up with their surprisingly deep themes of inter-generational respect and distrust towards the Government.The Blob films center around a crashed extra-terrestrial element that harbored an all consuming entity that can never be stopped and worse of all, will never stop growing. This ever hungry monster is the backdrop to the drama that is found on screen as both films depict two very different responses from two very different generations. Listen now as we unpack how the 1950s America would react to an alien threat vs the 1980s.Support Cinedicate on PatreonConnect with Cinedicate on these social platforms!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cinedicate/Twitter: https://twitter.com/cinedicate/Discord: https://www.cinedicate.com/discord Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Viv and Nessa's Infinite Watchlist
Top 100 Horror Films List #87 Dracula (1931)

Viv and Nessa's Infinite Watchlist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 34:20


Come listen to the children of the night make some music with us! This week we watch the Bela Lugosi classic, Dracula. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

TerrorVision Horror Podcast
Ep.107: Horror Films About Survival Games

TerrorVision Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 73:58


In episode 107 Dan and Jennifer have a relaxed-fit conversation about PROJECT BRUTALITY, ripping up carpet, Daniel Radcliff and some of their favourite Survival horror movies.

Development Hell
JEEPERS CREEPERS UNSEEN - Official Trailer

Development Hell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 0:59


Jeepers Creepers is an iconic horror franchise spawning twenty years, four films, and a passionate fanbase. But its community has become increasingly divided as public awareness surrounding its creator's disturbing crime continues to rise.The new podcast JEEPERS CREEPERS UNSEEN unearths this controversial franchise by reviving its past, contextualizing the harm perpetuated by the creator, and taking an honest look at why this property is so important to so many horror fans. With a fourth movie hailing from new filmmakers, I'm here to ask if a well-loved film series can reckon with history and thrive, or is now the time to move on?Join me, your host Josh Korngut, as I answer these questions and more on the all-new four-part limited audio series JEEPERS CREEPERS UNSEEN.Produced by Samantha White. The first episode comes out on October 25th.Subscribe to the Development Hell podcast so you never miss an episode. ----Music used: "Broken Piano " composed and produced by "Vivek Abhishek"Music link: https://youtu.be/ln_a4bwRF9oSUBSCRIBE to him on YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/DQQmmCl8crQFollow on Facebook: https://bit.ly/33RWRtPFollow on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2ImU2JVSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Manic Pixie Weirdo
My Relationship with Horror Films

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 38:46


Welcome! This week we talk about My Relationship with Horror Films. I discuss specific films, me being weird, how I feel about them, and so much more. I hope you enjoy! learn more about Newsly @ http://www.newsly.me/P1X1EP0DCASTYou can support this podcast @https://www.patreon.com/manicpixieweirdo?fan_landing=trueCash App: $TheMainWeirdoBuy Me A Coffee: The Manic Pixie Weirdo PodcastCheck out our links @https://www.mimi.link/themainweirdo

We Watch Shudder
Speak No Evil

We Watch Shudder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 33:42


What could possibly go wrong when a Danish couple travels to the Netherlands with their child to visit a family they barely know? Let's all find out together!

Splatter Brains
Scream, it's Wes Craven's New Nightmare on the Left

Splatter Brains

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 97:40


This week the Splatter Brains crew dives into the work of Wes Craven. We dig deeper into the origin of the meta narrative via Wes Craven's New Nightmare and Scream, and chat about the tonal shift from his earlier films like Last House on the Left. You can also catch some riveting conversations around school bus evacuation, burgers, and people who ruin the theater-going experience. Add us on social media:Twitter: Splatter_BrainsFacebook: SplatterbrainspodcastInstagram: @splatterbrainspodcastOr one of you lovely listeners can e-mail us at brainssplatter@gmail.com

Horror Bulletin
Nope, Orphan, Orphan: First Kill, and The Creeping Flesh

Horror Bulletin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 52:03


Episode 185 We've got our usual collection of four horror films and a short film for you this week. This week, we'll take a look at BOTH of the "Orphan" films, the first one from 1009 as well as the new "Orphan: First Kill." We'll look at the new Jordan Peele film, "Nope" and watch a classic Cushing-Lee collaboration with "The Creeping Flesh" from way back in 1973. Eleventh Issue of Horror Bulletin now available The newest issue of Horror Bulletin Monthly, our monthly compilation of all our reviews, is out now. This includes all the bonus content and is available as both a print book as well as an ebook. If you don't have time to read the website or email, here's one more option for you! Buy from Amazon: Amazon.com Buy Direct: https://brianschell.com/collection/horror-bulletin-monthly Check out all our books! The Horror Guys Guide to: The Horror Films of Vincent Price Universal Studios' Shock! Theater Universal Studios' Son of Shock! Hammer Horror Films The Silent Age of Horror Creepy Fiction: A Sextet of Strange Stagings: Six Surprising Scripts Tales to Make You Shiver, Volume 1 and 2 Here. We. Go! Links: Orphan (2009) https://www.horrorguys.com/orphan-2009/ Orphan: First Kill (2022) https://www.horrorguys.com/orphan-first-kill-2022/ Short Film: Spare Body (2022) https://www.horrorguys.com/short-film-spare-body-2021/ The Creeping Flesh (1973) https://www.horrorguys.com/the-creeping-flesh-1973/ Nope (2022) https://www.horrorguys.com/nope-2022/ And that's our show. Thanks for joining us. Stop in during the week at our website, HorrorMovieGuys.com for news and horror updates, to comment on this podcast, or to contact us. Get ready for next week, where we'll be watching four more full-lengths and a fun short film! Stay tuned! Stay tuned for more regular and bonus reviews next week! Email: email@horrorguys.com Book Store: https://brianschell.com/collection/horror-film-books The web: http://www.horrorguys.com Subscribe by email: http://horrorbulletin.substack.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/horrormovieguys Twitter: http://twitter.com/HorrorMovieGuys *Theme Music by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com

Indie Film Cafe
80's Horror Films| Season 2| Episode 9| Cutting Class (1989)

Indie Film Cafe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 57:10


Subscribe to our Podcast!  Hosts Jonathan Moody and Rebecca Rinehart talk about the 1989 slasher comedy-ish flick, "Cutting Class".    Follow us on social media:  @indiefilmcafe  @80shorrorfilms    Websites:  http://sickflickproductions.com  http://indiefilmcafe.reviews  http://indiefilmcafe.podbean.com  http://patreon.com/indiefilmcafe 

Bad Taste Video Horror Podcast
Episode 217- The Horror Films of 1982 LIVE ON TWITCH!

Bad Taste Video Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 64:49


This week on our live episode on Twtitch.Tv/BadTasteVideo we discussed the Horror movies of 1982!

PVD Horror
Scary Movie Franchise Review...Sorta...with special Guest Nicole Matarese

PVD Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 96:22


On the episode we attempt to tackle the Scary Movie franchise as we are joined by our friend, Nicole Matarese. Nicole is a fellow podcaster (Totally Tunular, Totally Recommend This Dude), actress (Slashening: The Final Beginning), and producer. While all the intentions are there, the conversation gets derailed a number of times but all in the name of good fun!

Film Queens
Deep Dive Into Horror Films - "Nightmare Fuel" Discussion

Film Queens

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 54:10


Hey Cinebuns! Welcome to Film Queens, a podcast where two sisters gush over all things movies and TV shows! In today's episode we discuss the book Nightmare Fuel: The Science of Horror Films by Nina Nesseth and all the commentary she brings up! We'd love to know your thoughts about horror films, we'll have a post on our Instagram where you can chat about the topics we discussed today and also let us know some underrated films you love that you think we should check out, our username is @filmqueenspodcast or you can shoot us an email at filmqueens@outlook.com You can find us on social media here: Rachel: Instagram Youtube Letterboxd Gabby: Instagram YouTube Letterboxd _______________________ Intro music is from Epidemic Sound

Horror Queers
Horror Sequences in Non-Horror Films (Patreon Clip)

Horror Queers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 3:27


Here's a sneak peek at our all new Patreon minisode on horror sequences in non-horror films.Like what you hear? Head on over to www.patreon.com/horrorqueers and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content today!Theme Music: Alexander Nakarada Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Viv and Nessa's Infinite Watchlist
Top 100 Horror Films List- #88 House on Haunted Hill

Viv and Nessa's Infinite Watchlist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 33:33


Join us, and Mr Vincent Price, for this camp horror classic --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Football Garbage Time: The Podcast!

Ha Kung Wong and Joanne Kong of Football Garbage Time discuss their scare of the week, 2021 "The Black Phone", and the four player prop bets they dare to make for Week 1 of the 2022 NFL season! "Waste Time With Us!"™ Brought to you by Manscaped!  Get 20% OFF + Free Shipping with promo code GARBAGETIME at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod

The Night Shift
31 - Classic Horror Review: CARRIE w/ Leea Johnson

The Night Shift

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 105:46


Time for another horror classic review! For tonight's shift, Kyle & Leea screened the American supernatural horror film CARRIE (1976). Carrie White, a shy, friendless teenage girl who is sheltered by her domineering, religious mother, unleashes her telekinetic powers after being humiliated by her classmates at her senior prom. So, is this film any good? Well, give this review a listen and find out...if you DAAAaaaare!Already seen it? Let us know your thoughts!OMINOUS MEDIA LINKS:WebsiteNewsletterInstagramKYLE LINKS:InstagramTwitterLEEA LINKS:InstagramFitz & BeanD&D PodcastMUSIC:Intro - Cory NelsonOutro - Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio

Wheel of Horror
Wheel of Horror - 247 - BONUS - The Hills Have Eyes Part 2 (1984)

Wheel of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 34:26


It's a BONUS episode!!!!!!!!Last week Alec and Joe discussed The Hills Have Eyes (1977) and we loved it so much that we just had to see what happens next, well that, and the fact that this film has a flashback scene from a dog's point of view, I mean....how can you skip that? Join us as we discuss this interesting sequel, but we also dive deep into Wes Craven's career, how we get A Nightmare on Elm Street and this film in the same year and the drastic difference in quality.  Enjoy!!!!

PVD Horror
Neil LaBute (House of Darkness)

PVD Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 25:40


Acclaimed filmmaker Neil LaBute joins the show to discuss his upcoming film, House of Darkness, starring Justin Long and Kate Bosworth. Neil is known for works like In the Company of Men and Nurse Betty, but is better known to the horror community for The Wicker Man remake. Neil discusses his influences that have shaped his films as well as fielding some tough questions about critic responses to his infamous remake. House of Darkness hits theaters September 9th and On Demand and digital September 13th.

l8 Night Ghouls
The Evil Children Episode

l8 Night Ghouls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 43:44


Join Crazysexyghoul and Pretty h8 Machine for a talk about evil children in horror films, from Rhoda to Malachai, and every thing they love in between. Listen to the Spotify playlist to accompany this episode HERE Theme music composed and performed by Travis Dopp!

Wheel of Horror
Wheel of Horror- 246 - Dead Alive/BrainDead (1992) Guest: Robert Hudson

Wheel of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 29:05


Happy Labor Day! Enjoy your day off by listening to our discussion about Dead Alive (or BrainDead)  an absolute wild, gory, hilarious film that shows off the talents of a young Peter Jackson that will shine through in his The Lord of the Ring series several years later. Alec and Joe are joined by returning guest and Dead Alive super fan Robert Hudson. This episode is sponsored by Fanimal. Use check out code Horror for $20 of credit towards your first purchase. Visit https://fanimal.com/ Or download the Fanimal App.This Episode is sponsored by Bards Clothing. Visit https://www.bardsclothing.com. and follow them on Instagram @bardsclothing