We get ourselves pumped up for the upcoming release of It: Chapter Two by revisiting 2017’s It.
We discuss May The Devil Take You - an Indonesian homage to The Evil Dead. Watch on Netflix then listen in!
We discuss the much anticipated and for some quickly forgotten Jim Jarmusch zom-com, The Dead Don’t Die.
We chat about one of the standout films from a decade that is often considered one of the worst for horror. Gather round the bathroom mirror for a discussion on Candyman, Candyman, Candyman, Candyman…
The Nun stars Taissa Farmiga as a nun sent to investigate strange happenings at a remote monastery. Nun hijinks ensue in the 5th installment of The Conjuring franchise.
Take your clothes off and gather around, everybody. We’re discussing Midsommar - Ari Aster’s much anticipated follow-up to Hereditary.
Ethan Hawke plays a true crime writer who stumbles upon some disturbing 8mm film in his recently purchased murder house. Reason #61 not to buy a murder house.
We discuss the controversial remake that has been the buzz of the horror community for the past year or so…Child’s Play 2019.
Twists and turns abound in this year’s Netflix original, The Perfection. Tune in for our spoiler-filled review.
Our good friend Alex joins us for a discussion on Slice. This A24 horror-comedy from last year got mixed reviews, but you can’t say it didn’t have a….Chance.
This week we talk about one of the strangest movies we’ve ever seen.
Happy Birthday to us! To celebrate our one year anniversary as a show, we let our listeners and friends on social media generate the content of this episode via a series of questions we posted on social media. Thanks to all of you for your great answers!
Today we’re discussing the 2015 horror-comedy The Final Girls with modern day scream queen Taissa Farmiga.
Another year, another Conjuring Universe movie making big money at the box office. But is it any good?
We discuss the Argentinian, Fangoria Chainsaw Award-nominated, Long Naked Tom-starring film, Terrified. Not to be confused with Terrifier which we covered in a previous episode.
Blumhouse silently dropped this movie onto Netflix earlier this spring. We were intrigued.
Natalie Portman, mutant bear monsters and plant people…today we’re talking sci-fi/horror with Annihilation.
Episode 50! We’re joined for this one by our pal, Joseph, as we discuss the bonkers, psychedelic, demon boner-filled Mandy.
Let’s take about pets baby, let’s talk about you and me, let’s talk about all the good things and the bad things about movies, let’s talk about pets. Let’s talk about pets. Oh hello…didn’t see you there. We’re talking about Pet Sematary!
Did Jordan Peele do it again? Spoiler alert: Yes. Tune in as we discuss Us.
Celebrate the spring season with an episode on April Fool’s Day! Not starring Vincent Price. Vincent Price is not in this movie, Ashvin.
Wouldst thou like to live deliciously? Wouldst thou like to hear Brian’s Black Philip impression? If you answered yes to either of those, tune in to our discussion on The Witch!
In anticipation of Jordan Peele’s Us, we’re pregaming with an episode on Get Out!
Happy almost St. Patrick’s Day! Listen as we celebrate with Leprechaun from 1993. Jennifer Aniston’s feature film debut!
We jump into some found footage with this film about a Da-Vinci-Code-esque quest beneath the catacombs of Paris that goes all to Hell.
Vincent Price stars as a witch hunter in 17th century England. This movie gets a lot of respect in film nerd circles, tune in to find out what we think. And to find out what Folk Horror is.
Rider Strong, Corey’s cute friend from Boy Meets World, stars in this story about a flesh-eating virus ruining a cabin getaway.
We get romantic with an episode on My Bloody Valentine. A slasher that tried to ride the trend of slasher movies named after holidays (Black Christmas, Halloween, Friday the 13th) that had big box office numbers. Tune in to find out how that turned out.
Content Warning: In this episode, two dudes discuss a rape-revenge movie and try to unpack the rape-revenge subgenre. If that sounds like a hard pass for you, then you may want to skip this one. If not, then here goes nothing…
We watch our first film from the famed Hammer Film Productions company that cranked out a ton of horror movies from the 50s through 70s. Beware the Curse of Frankenstein!
A man spends a night alone ghost hunting in a haunted house in this genuinely creepy “micro-budget” movie. Shout out to listener Kyle for the recommendation!
A film directed by Clive Barker and starring David Cronenberg has to be good, right? Right? In this episode we discuss Nightbreed - the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Over the past 2 weeks, the internet has been flooded with Bird Box memes, outspoken dislike, and the infamous Bird Box challenge. Wondering what the hell is going on? Tune in as we discuss the Netflix film that has taken the internet by storm.
Enjoy a spoiler-free discussion on our year in horror! We discuss what we watched this year, what we’ve yet to watch, and where the genre is headed in 2019 and beyond. Happy New Year, everybody!
Happy Holidays! If you’re reading this, it means Krampus has spared you for another year. Celebrate by checking out our episode on the instant Christmas classic, Krampus (2015).
Is this movie a cloaked confession that Stanley Kubrick helped the U.S. government fake the moon landing? Probably not. Is it an allegory for the plight of Native Americans in the face of European imperialism? Quite possibly. Is it one of the best horror movies ever made? Definitely. Join us as we discuss. Forever. And ever. And ever.
Join us as we discuss the techno thriller Cam. Another 2018 Netflix release that is definitely worth a watch.
Today, we’re discussing the J.J. Abrams produced, Nazi zombie film, Overlord. We speculate about the reasons this movie has barely made its money back in the theaters, and we do some good old-fashioned disagreeing along the way.
A Basque film…tune in to find out what that means and why it’s significant. This is another October Netflix release. Is it obvious we’re catching up on what we missed while we were doing our October “takes place on Halloween” series?
Today we’re talking about a gory Italian classic from Lucio Fulci, who is considered by many to be one of the best Italian horror directors of all time. Tune in to find out how many faces come apart in this movie.
Malevolent is a good old-fashioned ghost story with a twist…for better or worse.
There’s been a bit of buzz as of late about Apostle, a recent addition to Netflix’s horror catalogue. Let’s see what all the fuss is about, shall we?
Bonus episode! As a Halloween treat from us to you, we’re releasing two episodes today…the original Halloween and the 2018 Halloween. Enjoy!
Happy Halloween, everybody! Is there a better way to close our series of movies that take place on Halloween than with the original Halloween movie from 1978? The only better way would be to also give you a special bonus episode today as a Halloween treat. Enjoy!
Oooh boy, this one is a doozy. Brace yourself for some pretty graphic violence as we discuss the modern slasher, Terrifier.
Keeping the Halloween ball rolling with another anthology of stories that takes place on Halloween.
We’re so excited to be joined by special guest Amy of Amy May Pop Art as we discuss one of her favorite films, Night of the Demons from 1988. Amy is our unofficial horror movie mentor, and we have her to thank for our great logo. Check out some of Amy’s horror-themed art on her AmyMayPopArt Etsy page.
Trick ‘r Treat birthed a horror icon and is widely considered one of the best horror anthologies of all time. Tune in to find out if we agree.
Today, we discuss the feel-bad road trip movie The Monster from 2016.
Director Anna Biller wanted to recapture the glamor of 1960s Hollywood with The Love Witch. Mission accomplished. Join us as we discuss!
Do you know where your children are? Hopefully, they’re not with Emelie. Today, we discuss the 2015 thriller Emelie that may have parents thinking twice about their next date night.
Get set to sweat as we discuss all the great one-liners in John Carpenter’s sci-if horror They Live. Tune in to find out what group of people have adopted this movie as a carrier of their message. Hint: the worst group of people.
We’ve never disagreed more on a movie than during our conversation on Kevin Smith’s polarizing horror comedy, Tusk. Join us as we’re baffled by each other’s opinions, and let us know what side you’re on...#walrusyes or #walrusno.
Stephen Markley, author of the critically acclaimed novel Ohio, joins us to discuss his novel, his love for Stephen King, and of course, Misery. “Ohio” is now available wherever books are sold. Go buy it, ya dirty birdies!
Every vampire movie is in debt to Nosferatu, and as a result to Bram Stoker. Tune in to hear about vampire lore, delicious Ohio beer, and find out why this movie caused the production company to go bankrupt.
Zombies! Nazis! Wait...Zombie Nazis! Today's episode is on Dead Snow, a Norwegian horror comedy from 2009. Join us as we discuss the timeline of the 21st century zombie craze, zombies in academia, and...intestines. Gross.
Today we discuss what many consider the best zombie movie of all time, George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead from 1978.
Love it or hate it, everybody is talking about it. Or at least they were a few weeks ago when it came out. Better late than never...today we’re talking about Hereditary!
Amazingly, neither one of us had ever seen Child’s Play, the 1988 film that kicked off the career of one of the most recognizable characters in horror history...Chucky! Join us as we take a journey through 80’s action movie tropes and introduce you to a real life doll that’s even creepier than Chucky.
We celebrate Friday the 13th with a very special guest...Jason! Okay, not that Jason, but the next best one. Jason cohosts the Adventures in Pod Taste! (AiPT!) Podcast and is a super fan of the Friday the 13th franchise. Join us as Jason defends the franchise like the other Jason defends Camp Crystal Lake. But with less stabbing.
Step into The Void as we discuss the many horror subgenres afoot in this 2016 film. How many subgenres is too many?
This week's episode is on the Japanese techno horror movie Pulse from 2001. Listen as we discuss the early days of the internet and get nostalgic about young chatroom romance. 34/m/NC looking for a 34/m/IL to discuss horror movies with.
Definitely the creepiest movie we’ve covered so far. This week’s episode is on 2017’s Veronica from Paco Plaza. Spain knows how to bring the scares.
Join us as we discuss David Cronenberg’s Videodrome from 1983, a slightly bonkers body horror starring James Woods and Debbie Harry AKA the lead singer of Blondie.
In this episode, we discuss the biggest horror movie of 2018 so far, John Krasinki’s A Quiet Place. Nailed it, Jim.
In this episode, we discuss the classic House on Haunted Hill starring Vincent Price, which spawned a not-so-classic remake starring Chris Kattan.
Welcome to Horror Movie Club! A podcast where two dudes, who are not quite nerds but not quite newbs, choose a horror movie each week to rate and review. In this short kickoff episode, we explain what the show is all about. Listen if you dare...bwaaahaahaaa! But seriously, it's safe. Please listen.