https://horrormoviepodcast.com Reviewing the Hell Out of Horror Movies. Sat, 22 Jul 2017 22:54:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.10 Reviewing the Hell Out of Horror Movies. Reviewing the Hell Out of Horror Movies. https://horrormoviepodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/300x300.jpeg https://horrormoviepodcast.com Salt Lake City Bi-Weekly — Every Other Friday Horror Movie Podcast BONUS Ep. 123: Remembering George Romero https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-bonus-ep-123-remembering-george-romero/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-bonus-ep-123-remembering-george-romero/#comments Fri, 21 Jul 2017 06:01:13 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4270 Continue reading ]]> HMP George RomeroIn this special bonus episode of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, we say goodbye to horror legend George A. Romero, who passed away on July 16, 2017. Your regular hosts, Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh are joined by our fourth official co-host, Dr. Walking Dead, and by special guest Gillman Joel of Universal Monsters Cast and Retro Movie Geek to share their thoughts on the man who created the modern zombie monster and some of the best zombie movies of all time.

“The Horror directors really do kind of change the world, but they do it from behind the scenes. They do it in the late-night theater, in the drive-in, in the VHS tapes. They’re not the ones winning the Academy Awards. They’re not the ones on the red carpet. They’re not the ones who get noticed.” — Kyle Bishop (aka Dr. Walking Dead)

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Gillman Joel Robertson, George Romero and Mr. Jason Grooms

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Arrow Video’s upcoming Blu-Ray collection, “Between Night and Dawn.” Pre-order UK or US versions available today for an October 23 / 24 release.


Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

JOIN US NEXT TIME ON JULY 28, 2017: For Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 124: Stephen King Part 1 — 1976-1996 (A must-listen!)


LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE

—Shaun of the Dead director, Edgar Wright’s Tribute to George Romero

— The MPN Meetup Event on October 14th, 2017 in SLC, Utah – Buy tickets!

— Our Patreon supporters can get discounted MPN Meetup Tickets: Here!

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for this episode.

Gillman Joel Robertson’s links:
Joel covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal Monsters Cast
Joel talks retro movies (20 years old and older) on Retro Movie Geek

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Kyle’s latest publication on literary zombies: The Written Dead
Order Kyle’s second book: How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation on Facebook
Dave covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, at UniversalMonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, at UniversalMonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

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George Romero tribute from artist and HMP listener Bonnie Bozell.

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page! Still looking to help? Tell a friend about HMP!

Note: The Movie Podcast Network episodes are bonus podcasts for our financial supporters. MPN does not replace Horror Movie Podcast and, further, HMP will always remain free.

Thanks for listening, and join us again next Friday for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 122: Shark Attack! — Part 1 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-122-shark-attack-part-1/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-122-shark-attack-part-1/#comments Fri, 14 Jul 2017 06:01:50 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4190 Continue reading ]]> HMP Shark Attack Part1

Welcome to the shark-infested waters of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST! This is Episode 122, Shark Attack!, the first entry in what may become a recurring themed discussion, revisited in summers to come: killer sharks in horror cinema! This time Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh discuss the themes, tropes and challenges of shark movies and bring you reviews of Shark Attack in the Mediterranean (2004), Shark Night 3D (2011), and Open Water (2004), plus plenty of other great shark-talk, including a riff on the current streak of absurdist shark comedies, lots of obligatory Jaws (1975) discussion, a Campfire Tale from a friend of the show, and much, much more. Let’s dive in!

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

SHOW NOTES

I. Introduction
— Real-life horror stories (kinda, not really) from Dave, Jay and Josh
— Be sure you didn’t miss our recently released HMP Ep. 121 and JOTD’s epic blog about Trojan Horses at the Gates of Horror
— HMP Shark Attack themed episodes


[ 0:14:15 ] II. Shark Week!

— Wolfman previews the upcoming Shark Week 2017

HMP Shark Week Schedule

— See “The Best of Shark Week” in theaters: Shark Week At the Movies

HMP Shark Week Movie


[ 0:17:48 ] III. Campfire Tale: Keoni Bowthorpe

— Josh’s friend Keoni humbly tells his tale of awesomeness during a shark attack
— Check out Keoni’s work on Vimeo


[ 0:34:05 ] IV. Theme discussion: Sharks Attacks in Horror

— ICYMI: Check out our Horror Movie Podcast review of Jaws (1975)


[ 0:59:25 ] V. Feature Review: SHARK ATTACK IN THE MEDITERRANEAN (2004)
aka Shark Alarm!
Dr. Shock = 4 ( Avoid )


[ 1:06:34 ] VI. Feature Review: MISSION OF THE SHARK: THE SAGA OF THE USS INDIANAPOLIS (TV-1991)
Dr. Shock = 6.5 ( Rental )

— Jay discusses USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage (2016)
— Dr. Shock discusses Sam Fuller’s Shark! (1969)


[ 1:21:16 ] VII. Review: BLUE WATER, WHITE DEATH (1971)
Wolfman Josh = 7.5 ( Rental )
Dr. Shock = 8.5 ( Buy it! )

— Influence on Jaws (1975) and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004)— Josh discusses Death Beach (2012)

VIII. Mid-Show Notes and Dave’s Send-Off

— Dave’s Plugs
— Coming soon to MPN: “We Deal in Lead” (Western Podcast)
— Josh’s “Darwin Awards – 2014” news story: “Man Immediately Regrets Jumping Onto A Dead Whale Being Eaten By Great White Sharks” (photo below)
— JAWS socks giveaway (just re-publish our our social media posts for this episode to enter)
– Found “Fish” Critic corrects JOTD’s “47 Meters Down” review

HMP Whale Rider


[ 1:53:53 ] IX. Theme Discussion: Bad, Absurdist Comedy Shark Movies

Mini Reviews:

SHARK ATTACK 3: MEGALODON (2002)
Jay of the Dead = 2 ( Avoid )

AVALANCHE SHARKS (2014)
Wolfman Josh = 0 ( Avoid )

SHARK NIGHT 3D (2011)
Jay of the Dead = 5.5 ( Rental / Stream )

DARK TIDE (2012)
Wolfman Josh = 5.5 ( Low-priority Rental / Stream )

THE SHALLOWS (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 7.5 ( Buy it! )


[ 2:38:02 ] X. Feature Review: OPEN WATER (2004)
Jay of the Dead = 9 ( Buy it! ) – No. 2 Greatest Shark Movie
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( Not for everyone / Buy it! )


XI. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— 3 Stephen King episodes coming up, 2 on HMP and 1 MPN special for patrons
MPN Meetup Event on October 14th, 2017 in SLC, Utah – Buy tickets!
— Our Patreon supporters can get discounted MPN Meetup Tickets: Here!


JOIN US WEEK AFTER NEXT: For another Horror Movie Podcast themed episode when we’ll be discussing the cinematic adaptations of Horror Maestro Stephen King.


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

— Full Shark Week schedule on Discovery Channel

— News Report Video: “Haleiwa man honored for saving surfer during shark attack

— Josh’s friend Keoni humbly tells his tale of awesomeness

— Check out Keoni Bowthorpe’s work on Vimeo

— Horror Movie Podcast’s review of Jaws (1975)

— Jay of the Dead’s review of The Shallows (2016) with Kagan Breitenbach

— Jay of the Dead’s review of 47 Meters Down (2017)

— News Article: Man Immediately Regrets Jumping Onto A Dead Whale Being Eaten By Great White Sharks

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his classical arrangement of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dave cover the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Note: The Movie Podcast Network episodes are bonus podcasts for our financial supporters. MPN does not replace Horror Movie Podcast and, further, HMP will always remain free.

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-122-shark-attack-part-1/feed/ 43 Welcome to the shark-infested waters of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST! This is Episode 122, Shark Attack!, the first entry in what may become a recurring themed discussion, revisited in summers to come: killer sharks in horror cinema! Welcome to the shark-infested waters of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST! This is Episode 122, Shark Attack!, the first entry in what may become a recurring themed discussion, revisited in summers to come: killer sharks in horror cinema! This time Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock … Continue reading → NO AUTHOR 3:18:35
Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 121: The Girl With All the Gifts (2017) and My Little Eye (2002) and Audition (1999) and Trojan Horses at the Gates of Horror https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-121-the-girl-with-all-the-gifts-2017-and-my-little-eye-2002-and-audition-1999-and-trojan-horses-at-the-gates-of-horror/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-121-the-girl-with-all-the-gifts-2017-and-my-little-eye-2002-and-audition-1999-and-trojan-horses-at-the-gates-of-horror/#comments Fri, 07 Jul 2017 06:05:16 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4185 Continue reading ]]> HMP 121 Frankensteinian

HORROR MOVIE PODCAST releases two types of episodes: Themed and Frankensteinian. Episode 121 is the latter. During this show you’ll hear reviews of The Girl With All the Gifts (2017) and My Little Eye (2002) and Audition (1999). You will also hear us discuss two films that we expected to be horror that actually aren’t: Colossal (2017) and The Beguiled (2017). And buckle up for Jay of the Dead’s latest Horror manifesto, “Trojan Horses at the Gates of Horror, which is the audio podcast adaptation of Jay’s blog article of the same name. Has Jay of the Dead lost his mind, or is he actually the Paul Revere of Horror cinema? Join us! We dare you…

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction
— Jay finds the planning agenda for HMP Ep. 001
— Proselytizing for HMP in California
— Podcast love from local sandwich places

Movie Podcast Network Meetup Event – 2017
October 14, 2017 in Salt Lake City, Utah
HMP Listeners – Buy Your Meetup Tickets: Here!
MPN Patrons Only – Buy Your Meetup Tickets: Here!


[ 0:14:08 ] II. Feature Review: THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS (2017)
Wolfman Josh = 8 ( Rental )


[ 0:22:51 ] III. Feature Review: MY LITTLE EYE (2002)
Dr. Shock = 7 ( Rental )


[ 0:38:16 ] IV. Feature Review: AUDITION (1999)
Jay of the Dead = 9 ( Must-See / Buy it! )
Dr. Shock = 9.5 ( Buy it! )


[ 0:50:41 ] V. Wolfman Josh’s PSA: COLOSSAL (2017) is not a horror film
Wolfman Josh = 9 ( Theater / Buy it! )

Upcoming screenings listed at: SheIsColossal.com


[ 0:57:14 ] VI. Jay of the Dead’s Horror Manifesto: TROJAN HORSES AT THE GATES OF HORROR
I. Yes, We Keep Fighting but for Good Reason
II. Horror Isn’t Over Or: Making Up New Names for Things That Have Already Had Names for Decades
III. Don’t Let Them In (Unless You Know What They Truly Are)

VII. Jay of the Dead’s PSA: THE BEGUILED (2017) is not a horror film
Jay of the Dead = 7 ( Rental )

Important links for this solocast portion of the show:

*** This solocast portion is adapted from Jay’s corresponding blog article of the same name: Trojan Horses at the Gates of Horror

— Steve Rose’s article about “Post-Horror” from The Guardian
— HMP Ep. 081 – Jay’s Horror Classification System: Tone and Assignment
— Trailer: The Beguiled (2017)
— Trailer: The Beguiled (1971)


VIII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending


JOIN US ON NEXT TIME ON HMP: We’re talking sharks on film in Episode 122: Shark Attack! – Part 1


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Movie Podcast Network Meetup Event -2017
Saturday, October 14, 2017 in Salt Lake City, Utah
HMP Listeners – Buy Your Meetup Tickets: Here!
MPN Patrons Only – Buy Your Meetup Tickets: Here!

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his classical arrangement of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Universal Monsters, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dave covers the Universal Monsters, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay and Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Note: The Movie Podcast Network episodes are bonus podcasts for our financial supporters. MPN does not replace Horror Movie Podcast and, further, HMP will always remain free.

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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Trojan Horses at the Gates of Horror https://horrormoviepodcast.com/trojan-horses-at-the-gates-of-horror/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/trojan-horses-at-the-gates-of-horror/#comments Fri, 07 Jul 2017 06:01:55 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4217 Continue reading ]]> Creepy Barn

Author’s note: 
The views of this blog and its corresponding podcast segment are strictly the views of Jay of the Dead. The sentiments contained herein do not necessarily (or probably don’t) reflect the feelings of Wolfman Josh, Dr. Shock, Dr. Walking Dead or Horror Movie Podcast and its community. 
 
But if you love the Horror genre, I hope you will read this article, or at least, listen to its accompanying audio podcast segment here in Episode 121, starting at
[ 00:57:14 ].
 
By Jay of the Dead  |  Horror Movie Podcast
 
You’re not going to read this entire article, so you might as well stop now, unless you’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies. Otherwise, settle in and prove your allegiance to the genre here and now. Below are three topics tackled within one article, because they are all related.
 
I. Yes, We Keep Fighting but for Good Reason
 
In classic Horror movie siege-narrative fashion, there are monsters at the gates, trying to get in to reach the Horror genre and its fans. That may sound dramatic, but “guard duty,” as with any regular duty, can be equally as tedious as it is important.
 
Recently, my friend Jeff Hammer, in essence, said that Horror film critics and podcasters do their audiences a disservice by constantly rehashing the arguments over whether a film is Horror or not. 
 
Alas, this article technically isn’t about judging whether a film is horror. It is, in part, about the crucial importance of always trying to make such assessments. We Horror fans tend to instinctively make these value judgments for the genre, and like any other inherent survival trait, our tendency to revisit this same old discussion, again and again, is for a good purpose: We are merely being Guardians At The Gate.
 
Please permit an odd but parallel illustration of this phenomenon from recent history: It was in April 1985 that The Coca-Cola Company made some drastic changes to its flagship product, Coca-Cola, and introduced “New Coke,” or as it was later renamed, “Coke II.”
 
The Coca-Cola Company’s intentions seemed innocent enough. They were simply trying fend off their competitors in a crowded marketplace by presumptuously “improving” their product and discontinuing the original version. Having lived through this marketing misstep in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, I remember the critical outcry from consumers.
 
In fact, my memory of these events can vouch for the accuracy of Wikipedia’s entry that reads, “The American public’s reaction to the change was negative, even hostile, and the new cola was a major failure.” 
 
Though The Coca-Cola Company kept the New Coke on the market for a remarkably long time (until 2002!), it was within three months of the New Coke’s release that the company reintroduced the original formula to the market again, rebranding it as “Coca-Cola Classic.”
 
Sales for the returned original formula improved significantly, leading to conspiracy theories that the cola giant’s miscalculation was actually a “Don’t Know What Ya Got ’Til It’s Gone” marketing ploy… But as mentioned above (and I believe this), The Coca-Cola Company has always held that it was sincerely trying to improve and replace the original product. “Nope, nothing wrong here…”
 
Naturally, art is somewhat different from soft drink sales, but I think similar principles still apply. Filmmakers in the United States enjoy a wide range of creative and artistic freedoms through our country’s Constitutional rights, so I would never suggest that the Horror community try to restrict any artist’s vision through any sort of taste-making or gate-keeping. To clarify, the objective is not to “keep out,” rather, it is to identify.
 
I’m recommending that we continue to stand watch and be aware of what’s coming through our gates. As a Coca-Cola Classic lover myself, I can’t imagine a world in which The Coca-Cola Company produced Coke Classic, Coke II, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, etc., all in the same can, without any sort of distinguishing labeling. Even though I don’t personally enjoy any other incarnation of Coca-Cola, I’m not suggesting that all the other variations be discontinued … I’m simply saying it’s important to be able to differentiate between this flavor and the next, prior to purchasing.
 
So, while I love and respect my insightful friend and fellow Horror fan, Jeff Hammer, I must disagree that rehashing this same old argument is a disservice to the Horror community. In fact, I think it’s both healthy and helpful to our beloved genre (and its fans). What you’ve read thus far is a long-winded preface to a couple of important examples of the value in assessing the Horror genre.


 
II. Horror Isn’t Over Or: Making Up New Names for Things That Have Already Had Names for Decades
 
I must take issue with a recent, well-meaning article by Steve Rose that appeared at The Guardian.com on July 6, 2017. Go ahead and read the entire article linked above for yourself, but to summarize it, in short, Steve Rose suggests that “a new breed of horror” is creeping into and taking over the cinema. He says this new horror replaces jump-scares with existential dread, and he appears to have created a term to describe this new breed that he calls “Post-Horror.”
 
Now, I don’t know Steve Rose, but he seems to be a Horror fan who loves and appreciates the genre. Clearly, he thinks a lot about it, so he’s “my kind of people.” And in fact, I respect many aspects of what he tried to say in writing his article.
 
Unfortunately, I vehemently disagree with his term “Post-Horror,” and I think that designation could actually prove harmful to the genre. I would go so far as to recommend that we Horror fans reject that term and not use it. (Sorry, Steve.) I will explain why.
 
Upon reading the entire article, Mr. Rose doesn’t elaborate on why he chose the phrase “Post-Horror,” but I have a few theories… I wondered if he means “Post-Apocalyptic Horror” and has simply shortened it. Yes, Horror cinema has naturally undergone various transformations over the decades, reflecting the sufferings of societies around the world, whether it’s been the Great Depression, the Nuclear Age, myriad wars, or our new millennium’s worldwide “War on Terror.”
 
Not just in the United States, but all over the globe, the world changed after September 11, 2001. And I believe the glut of zombie, infected and other Post-Apocalyptic Horror narratives has been a reflection of that change. But even I’m not so ethnocentric as to suggest that we should call this film movement “Post-9/11 Horror.” That’s too narrow. Post-apocalyptic fears are universal the world over, and real-life horrors have been global long before 2001. Therefore, I could accept calling some of this new millennium’s era of horror movies “Post-Apocalyptic Horror.”
 
But Mr. Rose could have meant other things… 
 
I uncomfortable with the ambiguity of his term Post-Horror. So, if he’s using the prefix “post,” which means “after, subsequent, later,” then I really have a problem with that usage. Horror isn’t over. We are not in an era that is “after Horror.” And to suggest that we are — or to try to push that forward — is not good for our genre. 
 
Perhaps Rose was trying to coin a genre-specific term that’s something akin to the phrase “postmodern,” but I’m happy to report once again: Horror isn’t over, so that doesn’t work, either. We are not in an era where Horror no longer exists. IT’S ALIVE and well.
 
If Rose is referring to Post-Horror as “the aftermath of Horror,” or the remains of what’s left after Horror has already taken place, then that’s not Horror at all; that genre is called “Drama.” At the risk of being redundant, because I want to be clear: If a film begins when the victim-survivors are picking up the pieces after the Horror has all gone down, and they’re simply trying to cope and recover after a traumatic experience, that is no longer Horror. It’s Drama.

In Episode 081 of Horror Movie Podcast, I attempted to delineate the Horror genre into a classification system that encompassed all its sub-genres into three main categories: Classic Horror, Hybrid Horror and Primal Horror. 
 
Classic Horror includes traditional monster movies with vampires, werewolves, zombies, etc.
 
Hybrid Horror includes films that blend Horror sub-genres or other non-Horror genres with traditional Horror. 
 
And Primal Horror is my category for housing realistic, universal fears such as we find in the Survival Horror sub-genre. This last category fades out into the fringes and eventually crosses over into non-Horror genres, such as Thrillers and Dramas.

It Comes at Night
 
In his article, Rose lists a few films that he would consider to be a part of this new breed of Post-Horror, and they include “It Comes at Night,” “A Ghost Story,” “The Witch,” “Personal Shopper,” et al. In my review of “It Comes at Night,” I called it a “pure” survival Horror film because it is grounded in cold, gritty reality and speaks to primal, universal fears of self-preservation. To me, “It Comes at Night” is clearly in the Primal Horror category. 
 
Some people don’t consider “It Comes at Night” to be a Horror movie. They might classify it as a Thriller or a Drama. But regardless of where you categorize “It Comes at Night,” the terms Horror, Thriller or Drama can all sufficiently describe the film and no made-up, ambiguous term such as “Post-Horror” is necessary.
 
Consider the case of “The Witch.” That’s easy! Classic Horror. It has an actual witch in it who is terrorizing a family in the woods. Simple. It’s a Horror movie. It’s a “witch movie.” We don’t need to confuse matters by calling it “Post-Horror” or “Coke II.” 
 
Is “The Witch” grim? Yes. Is it bleak? Yes. Is it about a hidden enemy who stealthily infiltrates and destroys a family from within? Yes. Is “The Witch” reflective of our modern fears of having terrorist cells within our country, trying to destroy us from within? Yes. Well, that’s just good, old-fashioned Horror, my friends. While it is representative of the times we live in, it isn’t solely applicable to our era. We had the same themes in the ‘70s with “The Exorcist” or even in the ‘50s with “Invasion of the Body Snatchers,” and so on.

The Witch
 
While I will be the first to admit that it’s fun to try to coin new academic phrases to try to analyze the Horror genre, I propose that we outright reject the term “Post-Horror,” because it is ambiguous, imprecise and incorrect. I personally prefer my phrase “Organic Horror” to describe a film like “It Comes at Night,” where the events of the film are not fantastical, but instead, are ultra-realistic and authentic in their verisimilitude, imitating our own natural world and everyday life experience. But again, I don’t need to make up a phrase like “Organic Horror,” because the designations Horror, Thriller and Drama are already sufficient.
 
Let’s continue to analyze the Horror genre, its new releases and any types of film movements that we can identify, but I propose that we reject and discontinue use of the term “Post-Horror.”


 
III. Don’t Let Them In (Unless You Know What They Truly Are)
 
First, a little context… 
 
There is an ancient, Latin epic poem (that I’ve never read) called the Aeneid, written by Virgil sometime between 29 and 19 BC. Supposedly, this is the primary source for the tale of the Trojan Horse. But most people probably learned about the Trojan Horse in Humanities class while reading Homer’s Odyssey.
 
In short, the story goes, during Greek mythology’s Trojan War, the Greeks built a gigantic wooden horse and hid a small team of soldiers inside in order to breach the strong walls of the city of Troy.
 
After the Greeks feigned retreat, the Trojans saw the horse outside their gates and brought it into the city as a victory trophy. But at night, the soldiers escaped from the horse and admitted the rest of the Greek army into the city. This shady horsing around led to the fall of the city of Troy.
 
I titled this article “Trojan Horses at the Gates of Horror.” As a devout Horror fan, I am concerned that something very similar to this equestrian stratagem is being employed to gain access and exploit the faithful Horror community. This trend is something that reinforces my feeling that we need to continue making determinations about what’s Horror and what’s not — or at least, what sort of sub-genre of Horror we’re dealing with.
 
We all know that many marketing entities and distributors have blurred the lines of genre to tempt Horror fans to rent or buy films that appear to be Horror. We are often disappointed when this happens, and I’m happy to say, I think the Horror community’s debates about what’s Horror and what’s not have helped to sound the alarm on the most egregious cases. Good.
 
But now I think there’s something even more insidious happening, where films will actually feature some of the trappings of Horror cinema (which is helpful for cutting Horror-looking trailers), but in reality, the film is something else entirely.
 
I predict we will see more and more films like this, because Horror is such a profitable genre with its loyally purchasing community. But for now, let’s consider one interesting case, a Trojan Horse of a film called “The Beguiled” from 2017, directed by Sofia Coppola.
 
The first thing I should mention, before we proceed any further is that this is a remake from a 1971 film of the same name, starring Clint Eastwood. Now, I have not seen Don Siegel’s original version of “The Beguiled” from 1971, but from what I can tell through my research, this new Coppola version appears to be the same story with little variation from the original.
 
Both films, 1971 and 2017, were adapted from a Thomas Cullinan novel, though this new incarnation credits the 1971 screenwriters, as well. At any rate, observing the aforementioned influences, Sofia Coppola took her own pass at writing this new version for the big screen.

The Beguiled

Now, I’d like for you to watch the trailer for “The Beguiled” (2017) and pay attention to its tone, its lighting, its soundtrack, and its red letters on pitch-black screens. After watching its trailer, “The Beguiled” ostensibly seems like a Horror film. At least, I believe it has been marketed as such. (By contrast, compare the trailer of the 1971 version.)
 
Well, Horror fans, I’m here to tell you that “The Beguiled” (2017) is not a Horror film. It’s actually a dark, Jane Austen-flavored, period piece Drama that could also be argued as a feminist film. “The Beguiled” is set during the American Civil War, when a Confederate women’s finishing school discovers a wounded Union soldier. They take him in to nurse the soldier back to health. This awkward arrangement leads to some romantic intrigue and other unpleasantness. That’s the premise.
 
I know many Horror fans, including me, were anxious to see this film, but what we have here is a classic bait-and-switch situation. And unfortunately, “The Beguiled” even goes farther beyond a marketing bait-and-switch… “The Beguiled” actually spends some of its runtime masquerading as a Drama Horror film. We all know that Horror movies are usually dimly lit. Heavy shadows cast an uneasy feeling of impending doom that lends to the paranoia of something hiding, ready to attack.
 
Since this is a realistic period piece set in 1864, Coppola uses candles and natural lighting. Upon watching the trailer of the 1971 film, however, you can see it is also a period piece. And yet Coppola’s version more closely resembles the modern Horror cinema of our day. I believe this was a deliberate choice.
 
In “The Beguiled,” there’s darkness in the cinematography, as well as in theme. There are a couple of disturbing, tragic and violent sequences that I suppose one could cite for arguing that “The Beguiled” (2017) is at least situated on the fringes of what I might refer to as Primal Horror or Organic Horror.
 
But honestly, I think most of the Horror community would just view this as a Jane Austen drama with a little bit of morbid grit.
 
I mentioned that I could argue that “The Beguiled” is a feminist film. (And one could certainly argue that it’s not.) I won’t get into that debate here, but assuming for a moment that it is a feminist film, I have a wild conspiracy theory… It’s probably bogus speculation, but my theory feeds into my Trojan Horse analogy.
 
What if Sofia Coppola intentionally chose to adapt this story specifically for its feminist slant? And what if she wanted to target the Horror genre and its viewers because Horror, unfortunately, is infamous for its objectification and violence toward women? (Have you ever had to administer a pill to a dog by coating it in peanut butter?) Well, in similar fashion, what if Coppola dressed this feminist “antidote” up in a Horror Halloween costume, Trojan Horse-style, to sneak “medicine” through the gates and into the Horror community?
 
I’m telling you, with Paul Revere-like earnestness, Trojan Horses are at the gates of Horror.
 
While I completely support gender equality and any sort of education or advocacy against chauvinism and violence toward women, I would condemn a Trojan Horse, “pill-in-the-peanut-butter” approach to getting messages through particular gates. I think important messages should be delivered, and I think their delivery should be bold and forthright.
 
To be clear, if Coppola ever read this article, she would think I’m as loony as you do. She was probably doing no such thing and just trying to make a great film. (Side note: As Dramas go, “The Beguiled” is a fine film. I rate it a 7 out of 10 and think people who appreciate dark Dramas should rent it.) But the fact remains, some films are being disguised as Horror now, and they are exploiting our community.
 
I have just acknowledged above that in modern cinema the lines between genres are blurring and are not nearly as distinct as they once were. Fine. But don’t market a Drama to me as a Horror film. It’s false advertising.
 
Of course I support artistic expression, freedom of speech, etc. As far as I’m concerned, filmmakers have every right make whatever kind of film they want — even a cinematic stillbirth like “Unfriended” (2015). But we Horror fans also have every right to therefore “call ‘em like we see ‘em,” which in the case of “The Beguiled,” it is a Trojan Horse at the gates of Horror.
 
In conclusion, let’s come full circle and finish where we started: Yes, we’re still fighting about the Horror genre, and I hope we always will because that’s exactly how we continue fighting for it.
 
Filmmakers, if you have a message in your film that you’d like to present to Horror fans, deliver it. One non-Trojan Horse, exemplary film is Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” (2017). That important film is replete with social commentary and insightful themes, but it’s also unequivocally a Horror movie.
 
If studios have a motion picture that they want to market to the Horror community, they just need to be straightforward with us. All I’m asking of studios, distributors and marketing departments is that you make sure the marketing represents the film.
 
And all I’m asking of the Horror community is to keep debating what’s Horror and what’s not; reject genre-undercutting, made-up words like “Post-Horror”; and help me publicly identify and properly characterize what’s coming down the pipeline in the Horror genre.

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 120: It Comes at Night (2017) and 47 Meters Down (2017) and 12 Feet Deep: Trapped Sisters (2017) and The Mummy (2017) https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-120-it-comes-at-night-2017-and-47-meters-down-2017-and-12-feet-deep-trapped-sisters-2017-and-the-mummy-2017/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-120-it-comes-at-night-2017-and-47-meters-down-2017-and-12-feet-deep-trapped-sisters-2017-and-the-mummy-2017/#comments Fri, 23 Jun 2017 06:01:16 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4116 Continue reading ]]> HMP 120 ArtB

This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST Episode 120, another Frankensteinian episode where Jay of the Dead and Dr. Shock (along with guest Mattroid, from The Sci-Fi Podcast) bring you a random assortment of horror movie reviews, including Jay’s reviews of underwater “Trapped Sisters” movies 47 Meters Down (2017) and 12 Feet Deep (2017). As a hold-over from our “Horror Pets” episode, you’ll hear a mountain of listener feedback as well as reviews of two more killer cat movies: Uninvited (1988) from Jay and Dave and Cat’s Eye (1985) from Matt. You’ll also get an in-depth review of action-horror spectacle The Mummy (2017) from Jay and Matt. For more complete coverage, hear Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh dig in much deeper at our sister show, Universal Monsters Cast. We also have the return of our “Campfire Tales” segment from both Dr. Shock and our HMP listeners. And the main event is Jay of the Dead’s Feature Review of one of the most polarizing horror movies of the year, It Comes At Night (2017)!

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction
— Wolfman Josh has the night off
— Welcome special guest Mattroid of The Sci-Fi Podcast
— Dr. Shock’s Campfire Tale: Monkey Baby Paw
— Horror on the Go: Top 30 Horror Movies Ever
— Agenda for this episode

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[ 0:18:43 ] II. Review: UNINVITED (1988)
Jay of the Dead = 4 ( Low-priority Rental )
Dr. Shock = 4 ( Low-priority Rental )


[ 0:37:08 ] III. Feature Review: 47 METERS DOWN (2017)
Jay of the Dead = 4.5 ( Avoid )


IV. HMP Campfire Tale:
— From The EvAL Dead


[ 1:08:32 ] V. Review: CAT’S EYE (1985)
Mattroid = 7 ( Rental )


VI. Listener Feedback:
— Email from listener Vicious Victor in Seattle, WA

VII. Horror “Trailer Talk”:
Friend Request
Annabelle: Creation

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie reviews on DVDinfatuation.com and you can follow Dave on Twitter.


[ 1:38:52 ] VIII. Feature Review: 12 FEET DEEP: TRAPPED SISTERS (2017)
Jay of the Dead = 7 ( Rental )

Horror Metropolis Ep. 007: Open Water 2: Adrift (2006)


IX. Listener Feedback:
— Email from listener Sharon
— Email from listener Brian Banshee (Bashe)


[ 2:03:13 ] X. Feature Review: THE MUMMY (2017)
Jay of the Dead = 4.5 ( Low-priority Rental )
Mattroid = 6 ( See it in the Theater )

Be sure to catch up with our friend, Mattroid:
TheSci-FiPodcast.com
Matt’s Gary the Unicorn columns for The Daily Herald

Hear Gillman Joel, Wolfman Josh and Doc Shock review “The Mummy” (2017) in-depth on Universal Monsters Cast!


[ 2:42:20 ] XI. Feature Review: IT COMES AT NIGHT (2017)
Jay of the Dead = 9.5 ( Theater / Buy it! )


XII. Horror Pets Photo Contest
— Wolfman Josh calls in with “Horror Pets” feedback
— HMP community pet photos. Find them on Twitter with the hashtag #HorrorMovieCat
— Armored Foe sticker giveaway

1st Place Winner:
Horror Pet Winner Max

2nd Place Winner:
HMP Mascot Maynard

3rd Place Winner:
Cujo Puppy

Honorable Mention — Tie!
Window Cat

Honorable Mention — Tie!
Killer Tortoise

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Catch up with Armored Foe: Follow on Instagram: @ArmoredFoe and Armored Foe’s Etsy Shop


XIII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending


JOIN US ON FRIDAY, JULY 7, 2017: For another Horror Movie Podcast Frankensteinian show, Episode 121, when we’ll be discussing The Belko Experiment (2017), Colossal (2017) and more!


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

* Check out Armored Foe’s work by following him on Instagram: @ArmoredFoe or pop over to Armored Foe’s Etsy Shop, where you can buy his stickers we’ve been talking about.

** Check out Mattroid’s show, The Sci-Fi Podcast. You can “like” TSFP on Facebook and subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Stitcher and GooglePlay. Ready Mattoid’s column for The Daily Herald newspaper under the name Gary the Unicorn.

*** Check out Wolfman Josh and Dr. Shock’s epic 2 hour review of The Mummy (2017) and hours of in-depth Dark Universe coverage at UniversalMonstersCast.com

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his classical arrangement of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Universal Monsters, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dave covers the Universal Monsters, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay and Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Note: The Movie Podcast Network episodes are bonus podcasts for our financial supporters. MPN does not replace Horror Movie Podcast and, further, HMP will always remain free.

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 119: Man’s Best Fiend – Horror Pets https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-119-mans-best-fiend-horror-pets/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-119-mans-best-fiend-horror-pets/#comments Fri, 09 Jun 2017 06:05:27 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4082 Continue reading ]]> HMP Horror Pets Art
This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST Episode 119, an interesting themed entry, wherein Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh discuss the concept of Horror Pets to find out what happens when animals attack! We start with a themed discussion before bringing you Feature Reviews of killer cat movie The Corpse Grinders (1971) and murder monkey movie Monkey Shines (1988). Wolfman also brings you a mini review of Australian feral dog film The Pack (2016). And for the main event, Jay of the Dead brings you a Feature Review of the ALPHA of all killer dog movies, Cujo (1983). Sit, stay, and heel or you may just end up playing dead!

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

SHOW NOTES

I. Introduction


[ 0:02:36 ] II. Theme Discussion: MAN’S BEST FIEND – HORROR PETS
The gang discusses the trope of killer pets in horror cinema.


[ 0:19:58 ] III. Feature Review: THE CORPSE GRINDERS (1971)
Dr. Shock = 5.5 ( Low-priority Rental )


[ 0:35:53 ] IV. Feature Review: MONKEY SHINES (1988)
Jay of the Dead = 6 ( Rental )
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( Rental )


[ 0:49:59 ] V. Mini Review: THE PACK (2017)
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( Rental / Stream )


[ 1:06:10 ] VI. Feature Review: CUJO (1983)
(Spoilers!)
Jay of the Dead = 10 ( Must-See / Buy It! )
Wolfman Josh = 7 ( Must-See Rental )

Cujo Commentary by the hosts of Movie Podcast Weekly


VII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— Armored Foe stickers
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JOIN US A WEEK FROM NEXT: For another Horror Movie Podcast Frankensteinian show, Episode 120, when we’ll be discussing “Colossal,” “Uninvited” (1988) and more — with special guest Patrick the Prowler!


Wikipedia’s Natural Horrors Page

Blumhouse’s Apocalypse Meow: Nine Unforgettable Killer Cat Movies by William Bibbiani

Catch up with Armored Foe: Follow on Instagram: @ArmoredFoe and Armored Foe’s Etsy Shop

NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Check out Armored Foe’s work by following him on Instagram: @ArmoredFoe or pop over to Armored Foe’s Etsy Shop, where you can buy his stickers we’ve been talking about.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his classical arrangement of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dave cover the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Note: The Movie Podcast Network episodes are bonus podcasts for our financial supporters. MPN does not replace Horror Movie Podcast and, further, HMP will always remain free.

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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The Sci-Fi Podcast Ep. 38: Alien Abduction Part 2 – Communion (1989) and Fire in the Sky (1993) https://horrormoviepodcast.com/the-sci-fi-podcast-ep-38-alien-abduction-part-2-communion-1989-and-fire-in-the-sky-1983/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/the-sci-fi-podcast-ep-38-alien-abduction-part-2-communion-1989-and-fire-in-the-sky-1983/#respond Fri, 09 Jun 2017 06:01:43 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4089 Continue reading ]]> TSFP Alien Abduction Pt 2

Have you ever wondered about the origins of the Alien Abduction sub-genre in Horror cinema? Episode 116 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST was Part 1 in a crossover with our friends at The Sci-Fi Podcast. On that ep, the HMP hosts and special guest Mattroid, from TSFP, spent some time exploring the theme and reviewed Alien Abduction (2014) as well as Altered (2006). We capped off Part 1 with another excellent interview with filmmaker friend of the show Eduardo Sanchez.

Part 2 of that series is now here! In this episode, Dr. Shock (known as Dave Bowman on TSFP) and Wolfman Josh (known as SpaceWolf) join the crew of The Sci-Fi Podcast to review the creepy Communion (1989) and Fire in the Sky (1993). TSFP utilizes their resident scientist–The Brain–as a sounding board for hypotheses regarding the probability and plausibility of life OUT THERE and that life coming here. You also won’t want to miss Station!’s hilarious review of Communion or the great discussion about Fire in the Sky.

Head over there to listen and leave your comments!

The Sci-Fi Podcast Ep. 38: Alien Abduction Part 2 – Communion (1989) and Fire in the Sky (1993)

 

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 118: Alien: Covenant (2017) and Raw (2017) and Zombie Holocaust (1980) and The Blackcoat’s Daughter (2017) https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-118-alien-covenant-2017-and-raw-2017-and-zombie-holocaust-1980-and-the-blackcoats-daughter-2017/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-118-alien-covenant-2017-and-raw-2017-and-zombie-holocaust-1980-and-the-blackcoats-daughter-2017/#comments Fri, 26 May 2017 06:01:03 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4067 Continue reading ]]> HMP Alien Covenant

This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST Episode 118, another Frankensteinian episode where Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh bring you horror reviews of films both old and new like Raw (2017) and Zombie Holocaust (1980). The Wolf also brings you a review of the long-awaited The Blackcoat’s Daughter (2017) in his specialty segment “Screaming Online,” about horror films that are free to stream. And the main event is Jay’s feature review of the much-anticipated Ridley Scott sci-fi/horror prequel, Alien: Covenant (2017). Join us or be chest-bursted…

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction
— The Dark Universe and the Universal Monsters Cast
— MPN Special Features: THE ANATOMY OF A KILL horror BONUS! Visit Movie Podcast.Network to find our Patreon page so you can subscribe and receive “The Anatomy of a Kill” on June 1, 2017.


[ 0:11:52 ] II. Feature Review: RAW (2017)
Wolfman Josh = 7.5 ( Rental )


[ 0:23:06 ] III. Wolfman Josh’s SCREAMING ONLINE: THE BLACKCOAT’S DAUGHTER (2017)
Wolfman Josh = 8 ( Rental )


[ 0:33:35 ] IV. Blu-ray Reviews: Get Out and Split


[ 0:40:59 ] V. A Few Crumbs Regarding “Halloween” (2018)


[ 0:51:31 ] VI. Review: MONSTER DOG (1984)
Dr. Shock = 5 ( Low-priority Rental )


[ 1:04:42 ] VII. Review: SS HELL CAMP (1977) (aka “The Beast in Heat”)
Dr. Shock = 3.5 ( Avoid )


[ 1:18:00 ] VIII. Review: WHITE SLAVE (1985)
Dr. Shock = 5 ( Low-priority Rental )


[ 1:25:29 ] IX. Review: ZOMBIE HOLOCAUST (1980)
Dr. Shock = 5.5 ( Rental )


[ 1:35:30 ] X. Feature Review: ALIEN: COVENANT (2017)
Jay of the Dead = 8.5 ( Must-See in Theaters / Buy it! ) – but be sure to watch “Prometheus” (2012) first!


XI. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— Jay of the Dead’s Get-Well Wishes and Gifts from the HMP Community:
— Justin Wallace
— Armored Foe
Catch up with Armored Foe: Follow on Instagram: @ArmoredFoe and Armored Foe’s Etsy Shop (where you can buy the stickers Jay talks about, and learn an important distinction: The Jason Voorhees sticker that I love so much is technically “Roy Impostor Jason” — My apologies).
— Adam Michaels in Chicago
— Brian S.

HMP Armored Foe 2
HMP Armored Foe 1


JOIN US WEEK AFTER NEXT ON HMP: Episode 119 to hear our HORROR PETS episode!


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his arrangement of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dave covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Note: The Movie Podcast Network episodes are bonus podcasts for our financial supporters. MPN does not replace Horror Movie Podcast and, further, HMP will always remain free.

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 117: The Lure (2017) and Siren (2016) and Stake Land II (2016) and Lady Frankenstein (1971) and Remembering Michael Parks https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-117-the-lure-2017-and-siren-2016-and-stake-land-ii-the-stakelander-2016-and-lady-frankenstein-1971-and-remembering-michael-parks/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-117-the-lure-2017-and-siren-2016-and-stake-land-ii-the-stakelander-2016-and-lady-frankenstein-1971-and-remembering-michael-parks/#comments Fri, 12 May 2017 06:01:40 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4026 Continue reading ]]> HMP Lure Siren 1

This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST Episode 117, another Frankensteinian episode where Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh bring you feature reviews of horror flicks both new and old with The Lure (2017), Lady Frankenstein (1971), and Siren (2016). The Wolf also brings you a review of Stake Land II: The Stakelander (2016) in his specialty segment “Screaming Online,” for anyone looking for a little Netflix and Kill this weekend. And we’d be remiss to let this week go by without remembering legendary character actor Michael Parks, who has recently passed away.

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction
— Clarification: MPN does not replace HMP
— Horror Movie Podcast is not changing!
— Jay: The possible first “cat screech jump-scare” in cinema?
— The regrettable loss of the great Michael Parks

HMP Remembering Michael Parks
We’ll all miss Michael Parks, but don’t miss Michael Parks in horror films like From Dusk ’til Dawn, Red State, Tusk, and the 1-2 grindhouse punch of Death Proof and Planet Terror. Rest in power, sir.


[ 0:11:43 ] II. Feature Review: THE LURE (2017)
Wolfman Josh: 7.5 ( Rent it, for arthouse or fantasy fans )


[ 0:23:12 ] III. Feature Review: LADY FRANKENSTEIN (1971)
Dr. Shock: 7.5 ( Rent it* )

*Dave recommends the Shout Factory “Roger Corman Cult Classic: Vampires, Mummies And Monsters Collection”, but it is also streaming for easy viewing on YouTube.


[ 0:32:54 ] IV. “Screaming Online”: STAKE LAND II: THE STAKELANDER (2016)
Wolfman Josh: 8.5 ( Stream it* )

* Available to stream on Netflix for a subscription or Amazon for a $3.99 digital rental.


[ 0:38:30 ] VI. Feature Review: SIREN (2016)
Jay of the Dead: 6.5 ( Rent it* )

*But only after you’ve seen the short film “Amateur Night” from V/H/S (2012)


VII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— Jay: Next time we’ll talk about some get-well-soon gifts
— Jay’s first childhood experience with a horror film


JOIN US NEXT WEEK ON HMP: Episode 118!


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dave covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on UniversalMonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for Horror Movie Podcast and to composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his classical rearrangement of Fred’s tune. Additional thanks to Kagan for his composition and production of the “Screaming Online” segment music used in this episode.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Note: The Movie Podcast Network episodes are bonus podcasts for our financial supporters. MPN does not replace Horror Movie Podcast and, further, HMP will always remain free.

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-117-the-lure-2017-and-siren-2016-and-stake-land-ii-the-stakelander-2016-and-lady-frankenstein-1971-and-remembering-michael-parks/feed/ 25 This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST Episode 117, another Frankensteinian episode where Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh bring you feature reviews of horror flicks both new and old with The Lure (2017), Lady Frankenstein (1971), and Siren (2016). This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST Episode 117, another Frankensteinian episode where Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh bring you feature reviews of horror flicks both new and old with The Lure (2017), Lady Frankenstein (1971), and Siren (2016). The … Continue reading → NO AUTHOR 1:00:16
Special Features 001: 15 Film Gems That Even You Cinephiles Probably Haven’t Seen (But Should) https://horrormoviepodcast.com/special-features-001-15-movies-that-even-you-cinephiles-probably-havent-seen-but-should/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/special-features-001-15-movies-that-even-you-cinephiles-probably-havent-seen-but-should/#comments Mon, 01 May 2017 06:01:20 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4012 Continue reading ]]> CurtainsATTN: HORROR FANS — On behalf of our MOVIE PODCAST NETWORK, Horror Movie Podcast would like to present our first ever SPECIAL FEATURES bonus episode for your listening pleasure. Here are the only four things you need to know:

1. Horror Movie Podcast will continue to be a FREE podcast (and it always will be).

2. You can also subscribe FREE to our Movie Podcast Network feed, which provides short audio teasers of every new episode released across the Network.

3. If you like this Special Features episode, then you can subscribe for a small fee to our MONTHLY Special Features BONUS releases through our Patreon page. (Although this first episode is censored for content, the Special Features feed will be explicit.)

4. Not ALL of these Special Features BONUS episodes will be strictly Horror. Many shows will probably have no Horror at all. This first episode, however, keeps it real and includes a couple of obscure Horror flicks that we think you’ll enjoy. And not to worry, Horror Movie Podcast and Universal Monsters Cast will definitely provide Horror-centric BONUS episodes, and from time to time, you may even get some Horror from The Sci-Fi Podcast, Movie Stream Cast and Retro Movie Geek Podcast.

To promote Movie Podcast Network and our new Special Features feed, we have released this first episode for free across the entire Network. But rest assured, all your favorite MPN podcasts will resume their regular releases of their episodes immediately. Thanks for listening.


SHOW NOTES:

Introduction
— Meet your hosts
— Random stats about Movie Podcast Network
— Agenda for this episode
— Determining the relative “obscurity” of our film picks
— IMDb closes its message boards


I. ROUND ONE

[ 0:11:10 ] Jay of the Dead: The Corpse of Anna Fritz (2015)
Number of IMDb ratings: 2,005

[ 0:19:12 ] Joel Robertson: The Making of “And God Spoke” (1993)
Number of IMDb ratings: 775

[ 0:28:19 ] Joshua Ligairi: Moana With Sound (1926)
Number of IMDb ratings: 328
— and —
Tabu: A Story of the South Seas (1931)
Number of IMDb ratings: 3,560

[ 0:41:21 ] Mattroid: Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964)
Number of IMDb ratings: 4,852

[ 0:48:39 ] Geek Cast Ry: I Melt With You (2011)
Number of IMDb ratings: 5,158


Network show descriptions for the uninitiated:
Movie Podcast.Network
Geek Cast Live Podcast
The Sci-Fi Podcast


II. ROUND TWO

[ 1:00:17 ] Jason: Jackson County Jail (1976)
Number of IMDb ratings: 656

[ 1:10:48 ] Joel Robertson: LolliLove (2004)
Number of IMDb ratings: 1,225

[ 1:18:46 ] Joshua Ligairi: Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation (1989)
Number of IMDb ratings: 474
— and —
Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made (2015)
Number of IMDb ratings: 1,095

[ 1:24:31 ] Mattroid: Timer (2009)
Number of IMDb ratings: 10,778

[ 1:34:14 ] Geek Cast Ry: The Aristocrats (2005)
Number of IMDb ratings: 15,164


Network show descriptions for the uninitiated:
Movie Podcast Weekly
Movie Stream Cast
Retro Movie Geek


III. ROUND THREE

[ 1:47:43 ] Jason: Felidae (1994)
Number of IMDb ratings: 2,744

[ 1:56:20 ] Joel Robertson: The Stepfather (1987)
Number of IMDb ratings: 9,457

[ 2:12:45 ] Joshua Ligairi: The Beaver Trilogy (2000)
Number of IMDb ratings: 404
— and —
Beaver Trilogy Part IV (2015)
Number of IMDb ratings: 88

[ 2:38:44 ] Mattroid: Deep Star Six (1989)
Number of IMDb ratings: 7,337

[ 2:51:01 ] Geek Cast Ry: 44-Inch Chest (2009)
Number of IMDb ratings: 5,977

Network show descriptions for the uninitiated:
Universal Monsters Cast
Horror Movie Podcast

IV. Wrap-Up / Ending


LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Don’t forget to subscribe to our FREE Movie Podcast Network feed, which gives you short promos of every new episode released across the Network!

And remember, if you want to subscribe to our Special Features episode (like this one), you can pay a small fee and get at least one new release each month through our Patreon page! (Note: This feed is explicit.)

As discussed during Josh’s “Beaver Trilogy” reviews, you can find filmmaker Trent Harris’s website here at EchoCave.net.

And as we mention in this episode, every cinephile should be sure to check out Dave “Dr. Shock” Becker’s incredible DVD Infatuation.com movie blog.

Be sure to check out all the Movie Podcast Network offerings:

Geek Cast Live Podcast – where they geek harder than anyone else on geek movies and all things pertaining to geekdom.

Movie Stream Cast – where they help you manage your queues by reviewing films that are streaming online.

The Sci-Fi Podcast – the ultimate movie podcast for science fiction fans.

Retro Movie Geek – where they overdose on nostalgia by reviewing movies that are 20 years old or older.

Horror Movie Podcast – where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies.

Universal Monsters Cast – where we review Universal monsters films, classic and current.

Movie Podcast Weekly – where we review at least one new movie that’s in theaters each week.

Thank you for supporting and listening to Movie Podcast Network.


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https://horrormoviepodcast.com/special-features-001-15-movies-that-even-you-cinephiles-probably-havent-seen-but-should/feed/ 12 ATTN: HORROR FANS — On behalf of our MOVIE PODCAST NETWORK, Horror Movie Podcast would like to present our first ever SPECIAL FEATURES bonus episode for your listening pleasure. Here are the only four things you need to know: 1. ATTN: HORROR FANS — On behalf of our MOVIE PODCAST NETWORK, Horror Movie Podcast would like to present our first ever SPECIAL FEATURES bonus episode for your listening pleasure. Here are the only four things you need to know: 1. Horror … Continue reading → NO AUTHOR 2:59:45
Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 116: Alien Abduction Part 1 – With Director Eduardo Sánchez https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-116-alien-abduction-part-1-and-an-interview-with-director-of-altered-2006-eduardo-sanchez/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-116-alien-abduction-part-1-and-an-interview-with-director-of-altered-2006-eduardo-sanchez/#comments Fri, 28 Apr 2017 06:01:08 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=4002 Continue reading ]]> Alien Abduction Part 1

Have you ever wondered about the origins of the Alien Abduction sub-genre in Horror cinema? In Episode 116 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, your hosts and special guest MATTROID (of The Sci-Fi Podcast) spend some time exploring this theme in this Part 1 of a 2-part series whose second episode will air on The Sci-Fi Podcast.com. The highlight of this episode is an interview with filmmaker Eduardo Sánchez, who is the director of Altered (2006), which we Feature Review. We also bring you a review of Alien Abduction (2014). So, if you’ve been sculpting your mashed potatoes to look like nearby laccolithic buttes, then this episode is for you. Join us (or we’ll abduct you)!

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast!


SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction
— Welcome special guest Mattroid
The Sci-Fi Podcast
— The launch of Movie Podcast Network
— The loss of filmmaker Jonathan Demme


[ 0:17:21 ] II. Conception Discussion: The Horror of Alien Abduction


[ 0:47:19 ] III. Feature Review: ALIEN ABDUCTION (2015)
Jay of the Dead = 6 ( Stream on Netflix )
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( Rental / Stream it )
Dr. Shock = 7 ( High-priority Rental ) – revised


[ 1:11:19 ] IV. HMP Interview: Eduardo Sánchez, director of “Altered”

Links for Eduardo Sánchez:
Follow Ed on Twitter: @SanchezOnTheMic
Like Haxan films on: Facebook
Follow Haxan on Twitter: @HaxanFilms


[ 1:26:09 ] V. Feature Review: ALTERED (2006)
Jay of the Dead = 8 ( Buy it! )
Wolfman Josh = 9 ( Buy it! )
Dr. Shock = 8 ( Buy it! )
Mattroid = 7 ( High-priority Rental )


VI. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending


CATACH PART 2 OF THIS EPISODE: The Sci-Fi Podcast Ep. 38: Alien Abduction Part 2: Communion (1989) and Fire in the Sky (1993)


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Don’t forget to catch Part 2 of this Alien Abduction series over on The Sci-Fi Podcast!

And be sure to check out Eduardo Sánchez in these places:
Follow Ed on Twitter: @SanchezOnTheMic
Like Haxan films on: Facebook
Follow Haxan on Twitter: @HaxanFilms

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dave covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for Horror Movie Podcast and to composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his classical rearrangement of Fred’s tune.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Note: The Movie Podcast Network episodes are bonus podcasts for our financial supporters. MPN does not replace Horror Movie Podcast and, further, HMP will always remain free.

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-116-alien-abduction-part-1-and-an-interview-with-director-of-altered-2006-eduardo-sanchez/feed/ 7 Have you ever wondered about the origins of the Alien Abduction sub-genre in Horror cinema? In Episode 116 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, your hosts and special guest MATTROID (of The Sci-Fi Podcast) spend some time exploring this theme in this … Continue re... Have you ever wondered about the origins of the Alien Abduction sub-genre in Horror cinema? In Episode 116 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, your hosts and special guest MATTROID (of The Sci-Fi Podcast) spend some time exploring this theme in this … Continue reading → NO AUTHOR 2:05:09
Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 115: “At Your Mercy” Listeners’ Local Library Horror – Ghost Story (1981) and Society (1989) and Cat People (1942) https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-115-at-your-mercy-listeners-local-library-horror-ghost-story-1981-and-society-1989-and-cat-people-1942/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-115-at-your-mercy-listeners-local-library-horror-ghost-story-1981-and-society-1989-and-cat-people-1942/#comments Fri, 14 Apr 2017 06:01:45 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3987 Continue reading ]]> AtYourMercy 3

Welcome to HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, where Jay of the Dead is back in the saddle again, dammit! In Episode 115, we bring you Volume 3 of our “At Your Mercy” listener picks show, where Jay, Doc, and The Wolf each bring you a feature review chosen by our listeners: Ghost Story (1981), found by Listener Allyson at her local library in Portland, Society (1989), found by Listener Kagan at his local library in Salt Lake City, and Cat People (1942), found by Listener Chantel at her local library in Regina.

This episode is dedicated to Allyson The Horror Unicorn, Kagan Breitenbach, and Channy Dreadful.

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast, where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!


SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction
— Jay of the Dead almost dies (again!)
— Thank you to Wolfman Josh for keeping HMP alive this past month


[ 0:05:30 ] II. Trailer Talk: “The Mist” and “It” trailers


[ 0:17:31 ] III. Dr. Shock’s PSA Mini Review: Terror in the Aisles (1984)
Dr. Shock = 6 ( Rental, for those who have already seen the classics. )


[ 0:26:41 ] “At Your Mercy” Format Explanation [Library Edition]

[ 0:29:14 ] IV. At Your Mercy Library Pick: GHOST STORY (1981)Courtesy of The Horror Unicorn, Allyson
Jay of the Dead = 4.5 ( Low-priority Rental )


[ 0:46:18 ] V. At Your Mercy Library Pick: SOCIETY (1989)Courtesy of Kagan
Wolfman Josh = 5 ( High-priority Rental Once )


[ 1:07:43 ] VI. At Your Mercy Library Pick: CAT PEOPLE (1942)Courtesy of Channy Dreadful
Dr. Shock = 9.5 ( Buy it! )


[ 1:22:37 ] VII. Gas Station Bargain Bin: Battledogs (2013)
Wolfman Josh = 3.5 ( Perfect Gas Station Bargain Bin Purchase )


VIII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending


JOIN US IN TWO WEEKS ON HMP: Episode 116


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for Horror Movie Podcast and to composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his classical rearrangement of Fred’s tune.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Note: The Movie Podcast Network episodes are bonus podcasts for our financial supporters. MPN does not replace Horror Movie Podcast and, further, HMP will always remain free.

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-115-at-your-mercy-listeners-local-library-horror-ghost-story-1981-and-society-1989-and-cat-people-1942/feed/ 37 Welcome to HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, where Jay of the Dead is back in the saddle again, dammit! In Episode 115, we bring you Volume 3 of our “At Your Mercy” listener picks show, where Jay, Doc, and The Wolf each bring … Continue reading → Welcome to HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, where Jay of the Dead is back in the saddle again, dammit! In Episode 115, we bring you Volume 3 of our “At Your Mercy” listener picks show, where Jay, Doc, and The Wolf each bring … Continue reading → NO AUTHOR 1:37:01
Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 114: Personal Shopper (2017) and Dig Two Graves (2017) and Life (2017) https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-114-personal-shopper-2017-and-dig-two-graves-2017-and-life/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-114-personal-shopper-2017-and-dig-two-graves-2017-and-life/#comments Sun, 02 Apr 2017 21:27:52 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3972 Continue reading ]]> HMP Personal Shopper Life Dig Two GravesThis is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, Episode 114, another Frankensteinian episode where Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh welcome special guest (and former HMP Listener of the Year) Dino Ticinelli for reviews of new release horror films Personal Shopper (2017), Dig Two Graves (2017). We also hear from our fearless leader, Jaywho is NOT dead—when he and Dino bring us a review of Life (2017).

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

I. Introduction
— Jason Lives!
— Welcome, Listener Dino


[ 0:03:15 ] II. Update on Jay’s Heart
— Jay’s real life horror open heart surgery
— Jay’s #deadserioushorror challenge with Awake (2007)


[ 0:12:50 ] III. Feature Review: LIFE (2017)
Jay of the Dead: 7.5 ( Theater / Rent it )
Dino: 7.5 ( Theater / Rent it )


[ 0:30:40 ] IV. Feature Review: DIG TWO GRAVES (2017)
Dino: 7.5 ( Strong Rental )
Dr. Shock: 7 ( Rent it )
Wolfman Josh: 7.5 ( Strong Rental )


[ 0:48:00 ] V. Feature Review: PERSONAL SHOPPER (2017)
Dino: 8.5 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Wolfman Josh: 8.5 ( Theater / Buy it! )


[ 1:06:00 ] VI. Tarantino Talk
— Prospects for a Quentin Tarantino horror movie


VII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending


JOIN US IN TWO WEEKS ON HMP: Episode 115


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dave covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for Horror Movie Podcast and to composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his classical rearrangement of Fred’s tune.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

]]> https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-114-personal-shopper-2017-and-dig-two-graves-2017-and-life/feed/ 68 This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, Episode 114, another Frankensteinian episode where Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh welcome special guest (and former HMP Listener of the Year) Dino Ticinelli for reviews of new release horror films Personal Shopper (2017), This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, Episode 114, another Frankensteinian episode where Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh welcome special guest (and former HMP Listener of the Year) Dino Ticinelli for reviews of new release horror films Personal Shopper (2017), Dig Two Graves (2017). We also hear … Continue reading → NO AUTHOR 1:16:31 Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 113: The Devil’s Candy (2017) and Deathgasm (2015) and Heavy Metal Horror — With Actor Ethan Embry and Director Sean Byrne https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-113-the-devils-candy-2017-and-deathgasm-2015-and-heavy-metal-horror/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-113-the-devils-candy-2017-and-deathgasm-2015-and-heavy-metal-horror/#comments Fri, 17 Mar 2017 15:35:56 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3950 Continue reading ]]> HMP Heavy Metal Horror Art copy
This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, Episode 113, a face-melting themed episode wherein your hosts—Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh—summon special guests Chris Robo and “Carl of Cthulhu” Sederholm to discuss Heavy Metal Horror and feature review The Devil’s Candy (2017) and Deathgasm (2015). We also have killer bonus interviews with the director and the star of The Devil’s Candy, Sean Byrne and Ethan Embry!

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies! \m/

SHOW NOTES*

[ 00:00:00 ] I. Introduction
-Jay’s actual life-theateneing surgery

[ 00:06:47 ] II. Guest Voicemail
-Voicemail from podcaster GregaMortis from Land of the Creeps on Metal and Horror

[ 00:20:23 ] III. Theme Discussion: The Unholy Union of Metal and Horror
-Welcome Guests Chris Robo and Carl Sederholm
-How did this ‘marriage made in hell’ begin?
-Email from listener Allyson the Horror Unicorn from Portland, OR
-Exploring the films in the sub genre
-Email from listener Juan from Dallas, TX
-Email from listener David Cassette from Scarborough, UK
-Metal songs in horror films

[ 01:20:49 ] IV. Feature Review: Deathgasm (2015)

-Dr. Shock: 7.5 ( High-Priority Rental )
-ChrisRobo: 9.5 ( Buy It, for Metalheads Who Like Horror! )
-Carl of Cthulhu: 8 ( Stream It or Rent It Before You Buy )
-Jay of the Dead: 6.5 ( Stream It On Netflix )
-Wolfman Josh: 8 ( High-Priority Rental for Comedy-Horror Fans)

[ 01:52:45 ]
 V. Guest Voicemail

-Voicemail from listener DarkMark about the Cinefamily screening of The Devil’s Candy

[ 01:56:19 ] VI. Feature Review: The Devil’s Candy (2017)

Carl of Cthulhu: 9 ( See It in the Theater )
Wolfman Josh: 10 ( Theater / Buy It! )
Dr. Shock: 9 ( Theater / Buy It! )

[ 02:16:21 ] VII. Interview: Ethan Embry
-Ethan Embry on The Walking Dead, CheapThrills, Empire Records, The Guest and a whole lot of The Devil’s Candy!

[ 02:38:23 ] VIII. Interview: Sean Byrne
-Sean Byrne on The Loved Ones, the state of Australian cinema, the state of horror cinema and a whole lot of The Devil’s Candy!

[ 03:10:20 ] IX. Wrap-up
-Follow Chris on Twitter @RottenRobo
-Follow Carl of Cthulhu on Twitter @CarlSederholm
-Buy Carl’s book The Age of Lovecraft on Amazon

[ 03:16:20 ] X. Hidden message: Jay of the Dead’s Metal Story

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

-The Onion: “Recently Single Al Gore Finally Able To Listen To W.A.S.P. Albums

-Dee Snider’s Full PMRC Senate Hearing Speech: “Dee Snider vs Tipper Gore

-Best Heavy Metal Songs in Horror Movies from GeekScape.net

-See if The Devil’s Candy is playing at a theater near you at IFCFilms.com

-Rent The Devil’s Candy on Amazon ($4.99), iTunes ($6.99) and YouTube ($6.99)

-Watch Deathgasm on Netflix.com

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dave covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for Horror Movie Podcast and to composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his classical rearrangement of Fred’s tune.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Note: The Movie Podcast Network episodes are bonus podcasts for our financial supporters. MPN does not replace Horror Movie Podcast and, further, HMP will always remain free.

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 112: Get Out (2017) and A Cure for Wellness (2017) and Remembering Bill Paxton https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-112-get-out-2017-and-a-cure-for-wellness-2017-and-remembering-bill-paxton/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-112-get-out-2017-and-a-cure-for-wellness-2017-and-remembering-bill-paxton/#comments Fri, 03 Mar 2017 07:01:25 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3929 Continue reading ]]> HMP Get Out A Cure For Wellness Paxton

This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, Episode 112, another Frankensteinian episode where your regular hosts—Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh—welcome special guest “The Wild Man” Willis Wheeler and bring you reviews of new release horror films A Cure for Wellness (2017) and Get Out (2017). We also pay our respects to the late, great Bill Paxton (1955-2017), who unfortunately passed away last week. R.I.P.

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

HMP Get Out Cure For Wellness Paxton

I. Introduction
— Welcome “The Wild Man” Willis Wheeler


[ 0:02:23 ] II. Remembering Bill Paxton (1955-2017)
HMP RIP Bill Paxton


[ 0:14:32 ] III. Feature Review: GET OUT (2017)
Jay of the Dead = 9.5 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Wolfman Josh = 10 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Dr. Shock = 9 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Willis Wheeler = 10 ( Theater / Buy it! )

[ 0:52:58 ] SPOILER Section: GET OUT (2017) (SPOILERS!)

Get Out Tweet 2


[ 1:26:58 ] IV. Feature Review: A CURE FOR WELLNESS (2017)
Jay of the Dead = 9 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( Rental )


V. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending


JOIN US IN TWO WEEKS ON HMP: Episode 113: Heavy Metal Horror!


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Willis Wheeler’s links:
Two-Drink Commentaries
NFW Commentaries Podcast
The Wild Man’s YouTube Channel
Willis Wheeler on TV’s Toy Hunter
Willis on the Terror Troop horror podcast
Willis on the Cinema Beef Podcast
Willis on Twitter: @NastyWillDC
Willis on Facebook

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter: @HorrorMovieCast
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on: Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter: @IcarusArts
Josh covers streaming online movies on: Movie Stream Cast
Follow MSC on Twitter: @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on: Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave’s daily movie review website: DVD Infatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter: @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on: Facebook
Dr. Shock also appears on this horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Pre-order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter: @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for Horror Movie Podcast.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 111: HORROR CINEMA AWARDS — A Celebration of the Finest Achievements in 2016 Horror Films https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-111-horror-cinema-awards-a-celebration-of-the-finest-achievements-in-2016-horror-films/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-111-horror-cinema-awards-a-celebration-of-the-finest-achievements-in-2016-horror-films/#comments Fri, 17 Feb 2017 07:01:04 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3871 Continue reading ]]> Horror Movie Podcast Horror Cinema Awards Art 1

In Episode 111, HORROR MOVIE PODCAST Presents the very first HORROR CINEMA AWARDS — A Celebration of the Finest Filmic Achievements in Horror for 2016!

We’ve assembled a wonderful jury from every corner of the horror community, including filmmaker, critics, writers, podcasters, artists, and academics. The nominees are drawn from the HMP host and listener Top 10 lists of 2016 and the jury has voted on those nominees in traditional awards show categories from “Best Actress” to “Best Picture.”

After that, your HMP hosts give away their own special “Dead Serious” awards where we get a little more out of the box and award films for their best “Beastly Freaks” or use of “Horror in the Daylight.”

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast, where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies.


SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction


[ 00:02:18 ] II. A Brief History of The Academy Awards’ Recognition of Horror Films


[ 00:31:20 ] III. Theme Discussion: Why Is the Horror Genre so Unappreciated?


[ 01:08:02 ] IV. How HMP’s HORROR CINEMA AWARDS Came to Be, and How They’re Organized


[ 01:14:35 ] V. Meet the 2016 HORROR CINEMA AWARDS Jury


Horror Filmmakers

1. Chris Peckover (Horror Writer/Director)
Stream Chris’ movie Undocumented (2010) on GooglePlay or YouTube for $2.99
Follow release info for Chris’ movie Safe Neighborhood (2017) on Facebook and Twitter
Follow Chris on Twitter: @peckover

2. Josh Stolberg (Horror Writer/Director)
Check out Josh’s website: joshstolberg.com
Buy Josh’s movie Piranha 3D on Amazon for $9.99
Stream Josh’s movie Sorority Row (2009) on GooglePlay or YouTube for $2.99
Stream Josh’s movie Crawlspace (2013) on GooglePlay or YouTube for $3.99
Follow Josh for news on his upcoming horror film Saw: Legacy (2017)
Follow Josh on Twitter: @joshstolberg

3. Justin Benson (Horror Writer/Director/Producer/Editor)
Stream Justin’s movie Resolution (2013) for free with Shudder
Stream Justin’s movie V/H/S Viral (2014) for free with Netflix
Stream Justin’s movie Spring (2015) for free with Amazon Prime
Watch for news of Justin’s upcoming horror film The Endless (2017)
Follow Justin on Twitter: @justinhbenson

4. Aaron Moorhead (Horror Writer/Director/Producer/Cinematographer/Editor)
Stream Aaron’s movie Resolution (2013) for free with Shudder
Stream Aaron’s movie V/H/S Viral (2014) for free with Netflix
Stream Aaron’s movie Spring (2015) for free with Amazon Prime
Watch for news of Aaron’s upcoming horror film The Endless (2017)
Follow Aaron on Twitter: @aaronmoorhead

5. Matt Greenberg (Horror Writer/Producer)
Stream Matt’s movie 1408 (2007) on GooglePlay or YouTube for $2.99
Stream Matt’s movie Reign of Fire (2002) on GooglePlay or YouTube for $2.99
Stream Matt’s movie Halloween H2O (1998) on GooglePlay or YouTube for $2.99
Stream Matt’s episode of Masters of Horror (2006) on Amazon for $1.99


Horror Taste Makers
(Artists, Critics, Bloggers, Podcasters, etc)

6. Peter Strain “FrankenStrain” (Horror Artist)*
Check out Peter’s website: peterstrain.co.uk
Shop Peter’s print store at: etsy.com
Follow Peter on Instagram: @peterstrain
Follow Peter on Twitter: @peter_strain
*Peter was accompanied in voting by his horror fan wife Jemma Hayes Strain aka “Mrs. VoorHayes”

7. Gary Pullin “Ghoulish Gary” (Horror Artist)
Check out Gary’s website: ghoulishgary.com
Shop Gary’s print store: store.ghoulishgary.com
Follow Gary on Instagram: @ghoulishgary
Follow Gary on Twitter: @ghoulishgary

8. Travis Falligant “IBtrav” (Horror Artist)
Check out Travis’ website: ibtrav.com
Shop Travis’ horror t-shirts and merch at: redbubble.com
Shop Travis’ other t-shirts and merch at: society6.com
Shop Travis’ pin store at: bigcartel.com
Follow Travis on Instagram: @ibtrav
Follow Travis on Twitter: @ibtrav

9. Sarah Hawkinson “Possessed by Horror” (YouTube Horror Reviewer)
Subscribe to Sarah’s horror channel: PossessedByHorror
Check our Sarah’s regular vlogs: SarahHawkinsonVlogs
Follow Sarah on Twitter: @sarahmhawkinson
Follow Sarah on Instagram: @sarahhawkinson

10. A.M. Novak (Horror Writer)
Check out Anya’s writing at VagueVisages.com
Check out Anya’s writing at 52WeeksofHorror.com
Follow Anya on Instagram: @a.m.novak
Follow Anya on Twitter: @bookishplinko

11. Andrew Tadman “The Books of Blood” (Horror Book Reviewer)
Find Andrew’s horror book reviews in Scream Horror Magazine
Read Andrew’s horror book reviews at DreadfulReviews.com
Check out Andrew’s website: thebooksofblood.com
Follow Andrew on Twitter: @thebooksofblood
Follow Andrew on Instagram: @thebooksofblood

12. Greg Morgan “GregaMortis” (Horror Podcaster)
Listen to Greg’s horror podcast: Land of the Creeps
Hear Greg on Horror Movie Podcast: The 1980s Slasher Film Movement
Follow Greg on Twitter: @gregamortis
Follow Greg on Instagram: @gregaortis666

13. Chantel Feszczyn “Channy Dreadful” (Horror Film Reviewer)
Check out Channy’s horror review website: DreadfulReviews.com
Hear Channy on horror podcast Land of the Creeps
Hear Channy on Horror Movie Podcast
Follow Channy on Twitter: @channydreadful
Follow Dreaful Reviews on Twitter: @dreadfulreviews

14. Justin Beahm (Horror Media Renaissance Man)
Check out Justin’s website: JustinBeahm.com
Listen to Justin’s horror podcast: The Justin Beahm Radio Hour
Follow Justin on Twitter: @justinbeahm


Horror Scholars

15. Dr. Carl Sederholm (H.P. Lovecraft Scholar)
Carl at Brigham Young University
Buy Carl’s book The Age of Lovecraft
Hear Carl on Horror Movie Podcast: H.P. Lovecraft 101: An Introduction
Follow Carl on Twitter: @CarlSederholm

16. Dr. Kinitra Brooks (Black Women in Horror Scholar)
Kinitra at The University of Texas at San Antonio
Check out Kinitra’s website: kinitradbrooks.com
See Kinitra’s feature on Graveyard Shift Sisters: Horror Blackademics
Look forward to Kinatra’s book, Searching for Sycorax: Black Women Haunting Contemporary Horror

17. Dr. Maisha Wester (Race and Class in Horror Scholar)
Maisha at Indiana University of Bloomington
See Maisha’s feature on Graveyard Shift Sisters: Horror Blackademics
Buy Maisha’s book African American Gothic: Screams from Shadowed Places

18. Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg (Zombie and Comic Book Scholar)
Arnold at University of Maryland Baltimore County
Listen to Arnold’s podcast: Doctor of the Dead
Seen him in horror documentaries like Doc of the Dead
Read Arnold’s contributions to Triumph of The Walking Dead + The Undead and Theology
Follow Arnold on Twitter: @DoctoroftheDead


Horror Movie Podcast Community

19. Kagan Breitenbach (Horror Movie Podcast “Listener of the Year”)
Check out Kagan’s composition and arrangement: kaganbreitenbach.com
Subscribe to Kagan’s film and game homage YouTube channel: Quartet Macrbre
Follow Kagan on Twitter: @krbreitenbach

20. Dino Ticinelli (Horror Movie Podcast “Listener of the Year”)
Follow Dino on Letterboxd: @cinedino
Follow Dino on Twitter: @dinoticinelli

21. Juan Pablo Esparaza (Horror Movie Podcast “Listener of the Year”)
Follow Juan on Letterboxd: @mlptmy
Follow Juan on Twitter: @thereaperofsoul

22. David Dunbar (Horror Movie Podcast “Listener of the Year”)
Check out David’s music on BandCamp: A Tape Collage for Eloise
Follow David on Letterboxd: @david_casette
Follow David on Twitter: @DavidD12427438


Horror Movie Podcast Hosts

23. Dave Becker “Dr. Shock” (Horror Movie Podcast Host)
Read Dave’s daily movie review blog: DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter: @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation on: Facebook
Dr. Shock also appears on this horror podcast: Land of the Creeps
Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh cover Universal Monsters on: UniversalMonstersCast.com

24. Joshua Ligairi “Wolfman Josh” (Horror Movie Podcast Host)
Follow Josh on Twitter: @IcarusArts
Josh covers streaming online movies on: MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter: @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on: Facebook
Wolfman Josh and Dr. Shock cover Universal Monsters on: UniversalMonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter: @MonstersCast

25. Jason Pyles “Jay of the Dead” (Horror Movie Podcast Host)
Follow Jason and Horror Movie Podcast on Twitter: @HorrorMovieCast
Jason covers new releases in theaters at: MoviePodcastWeekly.com
Follow Jason and Movie Podcast Weekly on Twitter: @MovieCastWeekly


[ 1:31:03 ] III. The Nominees Are…

Best Actor in a Leading Horror Role Nominees
Anton Yelchin, GREEN ROOM
Stephen Lang, DON’T BREATHE
Kwak Do-Won, THE WAILING
Brian Cox, THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE
Itay Tiran, DEMON
John Goodman, 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE
HCA Best Actor

Best Actor in a Supporting Horror Role Nominees
Richard Brake, 31
Ralph Ineson, THE WITCH
Hwang Jung-Min, THE WAILING
Ma Dong-Seok, TRAIN TO BUSAN
Christopher Lloyd, I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER
Patrick Stewart, GREEN ROOM
James Caan, THE GOOD NEIGHBOR
*Write in – Harvey Scrimshaw, THE WITCH
*Write in – 
Jun Kunimura, THE WAILING
HCA Supporting Actor

Best Actress in a Leading Horror Role Nominees
Kika Magalhaes, THE EYES OF MY MOTHER
Vera Farmiga, THE CONJURING 2
Teresa Palmer, LIGHTS OUT
Zoe Kazan, THE MONSTER
Ruth Wilson, I AM THE PRETTY THING THAT LIVES IN THE HOUSE
Jane Levy, DON’T BREATHE
Anya Taylor Joy, THE WITCH
Narges Rashidi, UNDER THE SHADOW

HCA Best Actress

Best Actress in a Supporting Horror Role Nominees
Bella Heathcote, THE NEON DEMON
Abby Lee, THE NEON DEMON
Jena Malone, THE NEON DEMON
Maria Bello, LIGHTS OUT
Madison Wolfe, THE CONJURING 2
Barbara Crampton, BEYOND THE GATES
Imogen Poots, GREEN ROOM
HCA Supporting Actress

Best Original Horror Screenplay
Na Hong-Jin, THE WAILING
Robert Eggers, THE WITCH
Ian B. Goldberg and Richard Naing, THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE
Adrián García Bogliano, SCHERZO DIABOLICO
Lawrence Michael Levine, ALWAYS SHINE

Best Adapted Horror Screenplay
Christopher Hyde and Billy O’Brien, I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER
Josh Campbell & Matthew Stuecken, and Damien Chazelle, 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE
Eric Heisserer, LIGHTS OUT
Simon Barrett, BLAIR WITCH
Katie Dippold and Paul Feig, GHOSTBUSTERS

Best Cinematography in a Horror Film
Hong Kyung-Pyo, THE WAILING
Natasha Braier, THE NEON DEMON
Anna Biller, THE LOVE WITCH
Robby Baumgartner, BLAIR WITCH
Don Burgess, THE CONJURING 2
Sean Porter, GREEN ROOM
Jarin Blaschke, THE WITCH
Marc Spicer, LIGHTS OUT
Isi Sarfati, THE SIMILARS

Best Art Direction and Production Design in a Horror Film
THE NEON DEMON
(Elliott Hostetter: Production Designer, Austin Gorg: Art Director)

TALE OF TALES
(Dimitri Capuani: Production Designer, Marco Furbatto, Massimo Pauletto, Gianpaolo Rifino: Art Directors)

31
(Rodrigo Cabral: Production Designer, Kevin Houlihan: Art Director)
BASKIN
(Sila Karakaya: Production Designer)
10 CLOVERFIELD LANE
(Ramsey Avery: Production Designer)
BLAIR WITCH
(Thomas S. Hammock: Production Desiger, Sheila Haley: Art Directior)
TRAIN TO BUSAN
(Lee Mok-Won: Art Director, Production Designer, Set Decorator)
*Write-in: THE WITCH

Best Costume Design in a Horror Film
Anna Biller, THE LOVE WITCH
Sean Porter, GREEN ROOM
Kristin M. Burke, THE CONJURING 2
Eloise Kazan, THE SIMILARS
Massimo Cantini Parrini, TALE OF TALES
Linda Muir, THE WITCH

Best Director of a Horror Film
Na Hong-Jin, THE WAILING
Jeremy Saulnier, GREEN ROOM
Fede Alvarez, DON’T BREATHE
Robert Eggers, THE WITCH
Karyn Kusama, THE INVITATION
Yoen Sang-Ho, TRAIN TO BUSAN
HCA Best Director

Best Foreign Language Horror Film
THE WAILING ”Goksung” (South Korea: Korean)
TRAIN TO BUSAN ”Busanhaeng” (South Korea: Korean)
DEMON (Poland, Israel: Polish)
UNDER THE SHADOW (Jordan, UK: Persian)
SCHERZO DIABOLICO (Mexico: Spanish)
FRANCESCA (Italy, Argentina: Italian)
WHAT WE BECOME ”Sorgenfri” (Denmark: Danish)
HCA Foreign Film

Best Visual (CGI) Effects
GHOSTBUSTERS
THE CONJURING 2
10 CLOVERFIELD LANE
LIGHTS OUT

Best Editing
Yang Jin-Mo, TRAIN TO BUSAN
Eric L. Beason, Louise Ford, Gardner Gould, DON’T BREATHE
Julia Bloch, GREEN ROOM
Kim, Sun-Min, THE WAILING
Louis Cioffi, BLAIR WITCH
Stefan Grube, 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE
Mike Flanagan, HUSH

Best Sound Design
BLAIR WITCH
(Jeffrey A. Pitts: Sound Designer, Andy Hay: Supervising Sound Editor, Dan Kramer: Sound FX Editor)
DON’T BREATHE
(Jonathan Miller: Sound Designer, Joshua Adeniji: Supervising Sound Editor, Trevor Gates: Sound FX Editor, Casba Major: Sound Mixer, Christopher Bonis: Sound Editor)
HUSH
(Robert Dehn: Sound Manager, Joshua Adeniji, Chris Diebol: Sound FX Editors)
GREEN ROOM
(Roland Vajs: Sound Designer, Paul H. Maritsas: Supervising Sound Editor)


Best Original Score
Adrian Johnston, I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER
Joseph Bishara, THE CONJURING 2
Marcin Macuk and Krzysztof Penderecki, DEMON
Mark Korven, THE WITCH
Cliff Martinez, THE NEON DEMON
Steve Moore, THE MIND’S EYE
Roque Baños, DON’T BREATHE
Ariel Loh, THE EYES OF MY MOTHER

Best Practical Effects
THE MIND’S EYE (Natalie Violette, Brian Spears, Pete Gerner, Ashley K. Thomas)
THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE (Kristyan Mallett, Victoria Money, Ailsa Lawson, and Alex Harper)
31 (Michelle Chung, Wayne Toth, Bart Mixon, Adrienne Lynn)
GREEN ROOM (Jessica Needham, Michael Marino, Michael Fontaine, Joe Badiali, Danny Wagner, Jamie Kelman)
CLOWN (Tony Gardner, and Angie Mills)
THE MONSTER
THE CONJURING 2
FRANKENSTEIN
*Write-in: The Eyes of My Mother

Breakout Horror Performance
Richard Brake, 31
Jane Levy, DON’T BREATHE
Harvey Scrimshaw, THE WITCH
Neville Archambault, 13 CAMERAS
Wes Robinson, BLAIR WITCH
Samantha Robinson, THE LOVE WITCH
Kate Siegel, HUSH
Anya Taylor Joy, THE WITCH
Harley Quinn Smith, YOGA HOSERS
Lily-Rose Depp, YOGA HOSERS
HCA Breakout Performance

Best Horror Ensemble
GREEN ROOM
(Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Alia Shawkat, Macon Blair, Patrick Stewart, Mark Webber, Eric Edelstein, Joe Cole, and Callum Turner)
10 CLOVERFIELD LANE
(John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and John Gallagher Jr.)
DON’T BREATHE
(Jane Levy, Stephen Lang, Daniel Zovatto, and Dylan Minnette)
THE CONJURING 2
(Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Madison Wolfe, Frances O’Connor, Lauren Esposito, Benjamin Haigh, Bonnie Aarons, Franke Potente, Simon Mc Burney, Abhi Sinha)
THE TRIANGLE
(Adam Stilwell, Andrew Rizzo, Brick Patrick, Nathaniel Peterson, Kendra Mylnechuk, Karen Jean Olds, Ciara Rose Griffin)
THE INVITATION
(Logan Marshall-Green, Tammy Blanchard, Michiel Huisman, Lindsay Burge, John Carroll Lynch, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Michelle Krusiec, Marieh Delfino, Mike Doyle, Jay Larson, and Jordi Vilasuso)

Best First Feature
Dan Trachtenberg, 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE
David F. Sandberg, LIGHTS OUT
Babak Anvari, UNDER THE SHADOW
Robert Eggers, THE WITCH
Nicolas Pesce, THE EYES OF MY MOTHER
Jackson Stewart, BEYOND THE GATES

Best Horror Film
GREEN ROOM
THE WITCH
TRAIN TO BUSAN
DON’T BREATHE
THE WAILING
THE INVITATION
THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE
HUSH
DEMON
10 CLOVERFIELD LANE
LIGHTS OUT
HCA Best Horror Film

Best Horror Film Nominees come from combined Top 10 lists of HMP hosts and listeners compelled by listener Jeff Hammer on Letterboxd.


[ 1:57:58 ] V. The Horror Movie Podcast Dead Serious Awards

“Survival Horror Award” (that could actually happen): GREEN ROOM

“Horror in the Daylight Award”: TRAIN TO BUSAN

“Beastly Freak Award” (for the best horror monster): CLOWN

“The Deep Cut Award” (for a lesser-known gem): THE INVITATION

“Laugh ‘Til It Hurts Award” (for the best horror-comedy): THEY’RE WATCHING

“Real-Life Horror Award” (for a horrific documentary): TICKLED

“Horror Happens to Those Who Deserve It Least Award”: THE CONJURING 2

“The Fright Award” (for the scariest horror film): THE WAILING

“Thrill Award” (for the best action-horror film): TRAIN TO BUSAN


[ 02:09:34 ] VI. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending


JOIN US IN TWO WEEKS ON HMP: Episode 112!


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter: @HorrorMovieCast
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on: Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter: @IcarusArts
Josh covers streaming online movies on: Movie Stream Cast
Follow MSC on Twitter: @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on: Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave’s daily movie review website: DVD Infatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter: @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on: Facebook
Dr. Shock also appears on this horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Pre-order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter: @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for Horror Movie Podcast.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 110: Rings (2017) and Riverdale (2017) and Sundance Film Festival Horror Preview 2017 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-110-rings-2017-and-sundance-film-festival-horror-preview-2017/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-110-rings-2017-and-sundance-film-festival-horror-preview-2017/#comments Fri, 03 Feb 2017 07:01:48 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3834 Continue reading ]]> HMP Sundance 2017 Riverdale Rings

In Episode 110 of Horror Movie Podcast, hear our Sundance Film Festival Horror Preview for 2017, courtesy of our HMP Sundance Horror Correspondent, Kagan Breitenbach! During his coverage, Kagan brings you previews of four Sundance Horror offerings: Snatchers and XX and Raw and Killing Ground. Kagan also discusses a few “Horror Adjacent” (but non-Horror) films, such as 78/52 and Thoroughbred and Colossal and I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore.

Also in HMP Ep. 110, Jay of the Dead brings you a 2017 Feature Review of Rings and awakens his Beastly Freaks segment to bring you a review of The Fiancé, while Wolfman Josh shows up for work with his horror segment, Screaming Online, in which he covers I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House and Mercy. The Wolfman also has a potential Horror TV show to discuss, in the new hit series Riverdale, as well as a couple of terrible micro reviews. Lastly, we’ve got a great edition of Campfire Tales from Listener Victor in Seattle. Join us!

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast!


SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction
— Listener reaction to Jay’s comparison of Green Room and No Escape
— Listener reaction to Wolfman’s defense of The Bye Bye Man


[ 0:18:14 ] II. SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2017 HORROR COVERAGE by HMP Sundance Correspondent Kagan Breitenbach

Snatchers (Horror Comedy / TV series)
Kagan = 8

XX (Horror Anthology) – releases Feb. 17, 2017
Kagan = 7

“New study reveals more female directors were behind the camera in 1998 than in 2016” http://bit.ly/2ik1Mt4

“Female Filmmakers Want to Direct Blockbusters; Here’s Why They Don’t – Girl Talk”
http://bit.ly/2aMxOKy

Raw ( Drama / Horror ) – releases March 10, 2017
Kagan = 9.5

Killing Ground (Australian Survival Horror)
Kagan = 8

Horror Adjacent (But Not Horror)
78/52 (documentary)
Kagan = 8.5

Thoroughbred
Kagan = 9

Colossal
Berlin Syndrome
Walking Out

Catch up with Kagan here.


[ 1:24:02 ] III. Possible new Horror TV series: Riverdale (T— 2017)

Riverdale Afterlife Archie Chilling SabrinaRiverdale Sign


[ 1:38:42 ] IV. Jay of the Dead’s BEASTLY FREAKS: The Fiancé (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 4 ( Avoid )


[ 1:58:56 ] V. Wolfman Josh’s SCREAMING ONLINE:

I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House (2016)
Josh = 8 ( Stream it! )

Mercy (2016)
Josh = 8 ( Stream it! )


[ 2:12:46 ] VI. Feature Review: RINGS (2017)
Jay of the Dead = 4 ( Avoid )

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[ 2:23:08 ] VII. HMP Listener Feedback
— Victor from Seattle, WA: Campfire Tale
— E-mail from “James”
— Twitter comment from Tom
— E-mail from Bill, just East of Toronto
— E-mail from Gabby


[ 2:55:05 ] VIII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
Wolfman micro review: I Was a Teenage Wereskunk = ( Avoid )
Wolfman micro review: Boo! A Madea Halloween = ( Avoid )


JOIN US NEXT WEEK ON HMP: Episode 111, a must-listen for anyone who believes Horror is important, should be respected, recognized and honored! Don’t miss it!


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Wolfman Josh recommends these two articles from IndieWire writer Kate Erbland about women in the film industry:

“New study reveals more female directors were behind the camera in 1998 than in 2016” 

“Female Filmmakers Want to Direct Blockbusters; Here’s Why They Don’t – Girl Talk”
http://bit.ly/2aMxOKy

Check out Fred Ingram, the dude who wrote the HMP theme song!

And check out Kagan Breitenbach, the dude who enhanced the HMP theme song with some badass orchestration!

And check out this hilarious, trainwreck episode of Movie Podcast Weekly, our sister show, also hosted by Jay.

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter: @HorrorMovieCast
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on: Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter: @IcarusArts
Josh covers streaming online movies on: Movie Stream Cast
Follow MSC on Twitter: @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on: Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave’s daily movie review website: DVD Infatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter: @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on: Facebook
Dr. Shock also appears on this horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Pre-order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter: @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his arrangement of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 109: Split (2017) and The Bye Bye Man (2017) and The Best Damn 2017 Horror Preview on the Internet https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-109-split-2017-and-the-bye-bye-man-2017-and-the-best-damn-2017-horror-preview-on-the-internet/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-109-split-2017-and-the-bye-bye-man-2017-and-the-best-damn-2017-horror-preview-on-the-internet/#comments Fri, 20 Jan 2017 20:35:25 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3807 Continue reading ]]> HMP-109-2017-Horror-Preview-Art

Happy 2017! We usually at least feign humility on HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, but this four-hour and thirty minute episode has to be The Best Damn 2017 Horror Preview on the Internet. Or at least the most thorough. Damn right!

New listeners may find this particular episode to be quite unusual because we spend much of the time simply talking about release titles and dates, rather than reviewing movies, but there is also plenty of discussion about our most anticipated upcoming films when Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock, and Wolfman Josh begin with the first Friday in January and discuss just about every known horror release, week by week, for 2017.

Afterward, Jay and Wolfman bring you one of their famous two-handers with a review of M. Night Shyamalan’s Split (2017), including a separate spoiler-section. Wolfman Josh also brings you a feature review of Stacy Title’s The Bye Bye Man (2017) and reports on whether Ti West’s In the Valley of Violence (2016) is a horror movie. And it wouldn’t be HMP if Jay of the Dead didn’t do a little rabble-rousing… Prepare to be up in arms!

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast, where we’re DEAD SERIOUS ABOUT HORROR MOVIES, damn it!

SHOW NOTES

I. Introduction
— Dr. Shock’s DVD Infatuation update
— HMP Ep. 108 comments
— 2016 topics that we forgot to discuss
— 74th Golden Globes and Horror
— Movie Podcast Network teaser: March 1
— Jay of the Dead calls out some of the HMP community for hypocrisy!


[ 00:24:23 ] II. Feature Review: THE BYE BYE MAN (2017)
Wolfman Josh = 7.5 ( Theater / Rental )


[ 0:54:07 ] III. HMP’s 2017 HORROR PREVIEW

January 6, 2017
Underworld: Blood Wars
The Snare


January 13, 2017
The Bye Bye Man


January 20, 2017
Split


January 27, 2017
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter


February 3, 2017
Rings


February 17, 2017
A Cure for Wellness
Patient Zero
XX


February 24, 2017
Get Out


March 10, 2017
Raw
Personal Shopper
Kong: Skull Island


March 17, 2017
The Belko Experiment


March 24, 2017
Keep Watching
The Dark Tapes


April 7, 2017
Sleight


May 19, 2017
Alien: Covenant


May 31, 2017
Abruptio


June 9, 2017
The Mummy
World War Z 2


June 30, 2017
Amityville: The Awakening


August 11, 2017
Annabelle 2


August 25, 2017
Cadaver
Polaroid


September 1, 2017
Sky Sharks


September 8, 2017
It


September 29, 2017
Flatliners


October 3, 2017
Intrusion: Disconnected
Maniac Cop (2017) – with Nicolas Winding Refn???


October 13, 2017
Friday the 13th


October 20, 2017
Insidious: Chapter 4


October 27, 2017
Cloverfield 2017 / The God Particle
Saw: Legacy


October 31, 2017
Dead Rising
Assumption


December 1, 2017
He’s Out There


To Be Announced and “Wishful Thinkers”:

Jeepers Creepers 3: Cathedral
Wrong Turn 7: At the End of the Road
Suspiria
Bride of Frankenstein (2017)
Day of the Dead (2017)
Halloween (2017)
Cult of Chucky (An All-New Movie!)
Children of the Corn: Runaway
Island of the Dolls
Hellraiser: Judgment
Godzilla (2017) – Animated
Leatherface
Deathgasm Part 2: Goremegeddon
Resident Evil: Vendetta

Bloodrunners
Bloodsucka Jones vs. The Creeping Death
Demon House
Mom and Dad
Corbin Nash
Crepitus
47 Meters Down (aka In the Deep)
Cage Dive
Red Eye (2017)
Tokyo Ghoul
Redcon-1
Heretiks
The Third Wave
Death House
Five Nights at Freddy’s
Cute Little Buggers
Mara
Giantess Attack
Killer Piñata
Dead Trigger

Monster Squad 2
The Night Watchmen

The Transfiguration
Prevenge
The Void
Another Evil
The Devil’s Candy
Colossal
I Am a Hero
Bed of the Dead
Seoul Station
The Blackcoat’s Daughter
The Girl With All the Gifts
Pitchfork
Let Her Out
Safe Neighborhood
Party Night

THRILLERS (but probably not Horror):

Crossbreed
Kidnap
Unforgettable
Before I Fall
Life
All I See Is You
The Coldest City

Miscellaneous Commentary (Not Horror):

Ghost in the Shell
Snatched
The Dark Tower
The Circle
The Lost City of Z
The Snowman
Murder on the Orient Express
Ghostbusters (2017) – ?


[ 03:18:41 ] IV. Horror Report: IN THE VALLEY OF VIOLENCE (2016)
Wolfman mini-reviews In the Valley of Violence and lets us know whether it’s a horror film.


[ 3:22:32 ] V. Feature Review: SPLIT (2017)
Wolfman Josh = 10 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Jay of the Dead = 7.5 ( Theater / Rental )


[ 04:08:04 ] VI. SPLIT SPOILERS


VII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending

—James’ mystery movie is … Dreamscape (1984), according to the HMP community.
—Help Paul, from Schlock Horror, identify his mystery movie!
—Josh and Dave’s new podcast, Universal Monsters Cast, has launched.


JOIN US IN TWO WEEKS FOR HORROR MOVIE PODCAST EP. 110!


LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE

—Check out our Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016 show!

—Check out Josh and Dave’s new Universal Monsters Cast with Joel Robertson of Retro Movie Geek!

Jay says to check out the LORE Podcast, Ep. 15: Unboxed


Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dave covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment below the show notes for this episode.


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his arrangement of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

 

 

 

 

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HAPPY NEW YEAR, horror fans! You’ve survived 2016! Welcome to Episode 108 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, our very first show of 2017 where Jay of the Dead, Wolfman Josh and Dr. Shock will be looking back on an awful year for our culture, but a tremendous year for horror. The hosts each bring you their Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016, but more importantly, reveal the results of the calculated Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016 from the collective HMP listenership!

We also bring you a few prize giveaways courtesy of Doctor Shock, Jay of the Dead and amazing artist, illustrator, and loyal HMP listener, Bonnie Bozell!

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voicemails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast, where we’re DEAD SERIOUS ABOUT HORROR MOVIES, damn it!

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SHOW NOTES

I. Introduction
— Happy New Year — 2017!
— Dr. Shock’s Christmas Shopping Spree for Movies: The Dead Room
— Reflecting on 2016: “They’re Dead. They’re All Messed Up.”
— Trailer 2016: The Movie


[ 0:10:58 ] II. HMP: YEAR IN REVIEW FOR 2016
— Review of HMP highlights in 2016
— Stats from listener submissions
— Shout-out and thank you to Jay of the Dead’s wife.
— A few listener predictions (and a couple of host predictions, too)

The 39 Horror Movie Podcast Listener Contributors:
Cora Jane in SLC; Kagan in SLC; Brian S. from St. Louis; Elena Cline; Dino from New York in Cleveland; Oliver Oks; Gabby Mora from Chicago (by way of Philadelphia); Ian West in New Jersey; Dark Mark from California; Brian Moloney; Greg “The Gray Man” from Ohio; Juan in Texas; Michelle Ogle; Buffy Slay’her from Canada; Rob from Belgium; Michael Fitzgerald from New York; AnDread from Ohio; Tim (aka Jan-Gel’s Twin); Daniel Rempel; Sal Roma; Jonathan Watkins; Jason Dragon from New York; JodyHorrorGuy from Ohio; Colin Campbell from Scotland; Poison the Well; Frank Wisswell; Luke Bernand of the Dead Last Podcast; Bill V. just east of Toronto; CakeWolf; Shannon; Gareth Young from the U.K.; Robert Salinas; Fiona Odum; Victor Rodriguez from Seattle; Mike from the Back Row Podcast; Joe McGregor; Projectile Varmint; Frank the Fiend; and Slashley G.


[ 0:47:02 ] III. TOP 10 HORROR MOVIES OF 2016

Horror Movie Podcast Listeners’ Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016
1. The Witch: A New England Folktale
2. Don’t Breathe
3. Green Room
4. Train to Busan
5. 10 Cloverfield Lane
6. The Wailing
7. The Invitation
8. Hush
9. The Conjuring 2
10. The Autopsy of Jane Doe

Dr. Shock’s Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016
1. Train to Busan
2. Green Room
3. The Wailing
4. The Invitation
5. The Autopsy of Jane Doe
6. The Witch: A New England Folktale
7. Don’t Breathe
8. Hush
9. I Am Not a Serial Killer
10. The Other Side of the Door

Jay of the Dead’s Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016
1. Green Room
2. The Witch: A New England Folktale
3. The Invitation
4. Don’t Breathe
5. Lights Out
6. Train to Busan
7. Frankenstein
8. The Eyes of My Mother
9. The Boy
10. Clown

Wolfman Josh’s Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016
1. Green Room
2. The Wailing
3. The Witch
4. Train to Busan
5. Demon
6. Don’t Breathe
7. Under the Shadow
8. The Triangle
9. The Good Neighbor
10. They’re Watching


[ 03:32:39 ] IV. HONORABLE MENTIONS (AND OTHER LISTS)

— Honorable Mentions, Disappointments, et al., for 2016 Horror
— Jay of the Dead’s Non-Horror List (but Films of Note for Horror Fans)


V. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— A few prize give-aways – Winners please e-mail your postal address to HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com


JOIN US IN TWO WEEKS ON HMP 109: Predictions and What’s Coming This Year for New Horror Movies in 2017! Join us!


LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Check out  artist and illustrator Bonnie Bozell‘s amazing work:
Instagram: bbozellart
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Etsy shop: ArtOfBBozell

Bonnie presenting her art to Guillermo Del Toro:
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—Check out Jay’s Movie Podcast Weekly Top 10 of 2016 show!

For the holiday season, be sure to listen to these classic podcasts of Christmas past:

Christmas Horror 2013 (Ep 05)
Dead Snow, Devil’s Pass, Silent Night, Deadly Night, Black Christmas

Christmas Horror 2014 (Ep 37)
P2, Christmas Evil, Saint, Gremlins, Wind Chill, The Last Winter

Christmas Horror 2015 (Ep 78)
Krampus, A Christmas Horror Story, Rare Exports, Silent Night Bloody Night

Christmas Horror 2016 (Ep 107)
Good Tidings, Don’t Open Till Christmas, Santa’s Slay, Silent Night, Deadly Night III, ATM, Frozen


Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment below the show notes for this episode.


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his arrangement of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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Horror Movie Podcast BONUS: Merry Christmas 2016 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-bonus-merry-christmas-2016/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-bonus-merry-christmas-2016/#comments Sat, 24 Dec 2016 18:00:24 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3773 Continue reading ]]> hmp-christmas-bonus

Jay of the Dead’s gift recommendation:
AUTOPSY (2008)

Dr. Shock’s gift recommendation:
THE INCUBUS (1982)

Wolfman Josh’s gift recommendation:
THE HATEFUL EIGHT (2015)

– Christmas Horror 2013 (Ep 05)
Dead Snow, Devil’s Pass, Silent Night, Deadly Night, Black Christmas

Christmas Horror 2014 (Ep 37)
P2, Christmas Evil, Saint, Gremlins, Wind Chill, The Last Winter

Christmas Horror 2015 (Ep 78)
Krampus, A Christmas Horror Story, Rare Exports, Silent Night Bloody Night

Christmas Horror 2016 (Ep 107)
Good Tidings, ATM, Santa’s Slay, Don’t Open Till Christmas, Frozen

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 107: Christmas Horror (2016 edition) https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-107-christmas-horror-2016/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-107-christmas-horror-2016/#comments Fri, 23 Dec 2016 07:01:51 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3758 Continue reading ]]> hmp-christmas-2016

Merry Christmas from HORROR MOVIE PODCAST! Episode 107 features Killer Santas and Santa Killers in our chilling 2016 edition of CHRISTMAS HORROR. Feature Reviews include new-release Christmas slasher Good Tidings (2016), classic ’80s slasher Don’t Open Till Christmas (1984), and Adam Green’s take on the popular Disney musical Frozen (2010). You’ll also get mini reviews of ATM (2012) and Santa’s Slay (2005), prize giveaways from our sponsors at Cryptocurium and Fright Rags, and feedback from the unofficial HMP After Dark screening of A Christmas Horror Story (2015).

Coming up next time: We’re bringing you Horror Movie Podcast’s Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016 as well as the Top 10 horror movies of the HMP community! Make sure you e-mail your Top 10 picks to horrormoviepodcast@gmail.com before Jan. 1, 2017. Don’t miss this episode!

Horror Movie Podcast is typically a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! Leave voicemails with your recommendations and comments at: (801) 382-8789 You can also follow HMP on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook (kind of). Thank you for listening to Horror Movie Podcast, where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction
— A few thoughts about Christmas Horror
— Thanks to Kagan for Christmas-itizing the HMP intro theme
— Coming up in Ep. 108: Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016. E-mail your Top 10 picks to HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com before Jan. 1, 2017


[ 0:16:26 ] II. Feature Review: GOOD TIDINGS (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 5 ( Low-priority Rental )


[ 0:32:44 ] III. Mini Review: ATM (2012)
Jay of the Dead = 7 ( Rental )


[ 0:44:36 ] IV. Mini Review: Santa’s Slay (2005)
Wolfman Josh = 4 ( Avoid )

Listen to Planet Macabre’s review of Santa’s Slay at Horror On The Go.com


—Movie Podcast Network Holiday Greeting from: Movie Stream Cast
—HMP After Dark live-streaming watch party: A Christmas Horror Story (2015)
—Jolly Old Dr. Shock arrives!


[ 1:15:26 ] V. Mini Review: Silent Night, Deadly Night III: Better Watch Out! (1989)
Jay of the Dead = 4 ( Low-priority Rental )


[ 1:37:15 ] VI. Feature Review: DON’T OPEN TILL CHRISTMAS (1984)
Dr. Shock = 7.5 ( Avoid )
Wolfman Josh = 3.5 ( Rental )


[ 1:54:24 ] VII. Feature Review: Adam Green’s FROZEN (2010)
Jay of the Dead = 8 ( Buy it! )
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( High-priority Rental )
Dr. Shock = 7 ( Rental )


VIII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— Listener question from Twitter
— HMP Christmas Presents

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Huge “Thank You” on behalf of the HMP audience to sponsors:
Cryptocurium for the Slasher Ornaments!
Fright Rags for the killer Krampus T-shirt!


JOIN US NEXT WEEK ON HMP: Episode 108: Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016. E-mail your Top 10 picks to HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com before Jan. 1, 2017.


LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

—Be sure to check out HMP Listener of the Year Kagan’s many talents at KaganBreitenbach.com

—Hear Wolfman Josh’s guest appearance on the Retro Movie Geek to talk about Scream on the film’s 20th anniversary.

For the holiday season, be sure to listen to these classic podcasts of Christmas past:

Christmas Horror 2013 (Ep 05)
Dead Snow, Devil’s Pass, Silent Night, Deadly Night, Black Christmas

Christmas Horror 2014 (Ep 37)
P2, Christmas Evil, Saint, Gremlins, Wind Chill, The Last Winter

Christmas Horror 2015 (Ep 78)
Krampus, A Christmas Horror Story, Rare Exports, Silent Night Bloody Night

Planet Macabre’s review of Santa’s Slay at BillChete’s Horror on the Go!


Jay of the Dead’s links:

Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers the Monsters Universe, new and classic, on Universal MonstersCast.com
Follow UMC on Twitter @MonstersCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment below the show notes for this episode.


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his arrangement of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. It really helps our visibility. You can also subscribe on GooglePlay or Stitcher. If you want to support the show even more, you can do so by becoming a patron of Movie Podcast Network and subscribing to our “Special Features” episodes by paying a small fee to get at least one bonus release each month through our official Movie Podcast Network Patreon page!

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 106: Considering 20 New Release Horror Films of 2016 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-106-considering-20-new-release-horror-films-of-2016/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-106-considering-20-new-release-horror-films-of-2016/#comments Fri, 16 Dec 2016 07:01:35 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3732 Continue reading ]]> hmp-106-artBoasting 16 brand new reviews of 2016 horror movies (plus 4 more post-mortem discussions of 2016 films we’ve already covered), Episode 106 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST may be the most monstrous of any Frankenstenian episodes to date!

This week Jay of the Dead, Wolfman Josh and Dr. Shock welcome artist, cinephile, and long-time HMP listener Allyson Clark (that’s Allyson with a “Y”) of Little Wing Faerie Art to the show to review The Wailing (2016), The Neon Demon (2016)The Love Witch (2016), and Yoga Hosers (2016). Jay and Josh also review The Eyes of My Mother (2016), The Monster (2016), Under the Shadow (2016), Train to Busan (2016), Beyond the Gates (2016), Baskin (2016), Pet (2016), Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016), Shut In (2016), The Girl in the Photographs (2016), The Good Neighbor (2016) and 13 Cameras (2016). Plus, Dr. Shock brings his take on The Conjuring 2 (2016)The Boy (2016), The Shallows (2016) and Don’t Breathe (2016).

Horror Movie Podcast is typically a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! Leave voicemails with your recommendations and comments at: (801) 382-8789 You can also follow HMP on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook (kind of). Thank you for listening to Horror Movie Podcast, where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

SHOW NOTES

I. Introduction
— Welcome guest Allyson “The Horror Unicorn” Clark (Little Wing Faerie Art)
— Hear BillChete’s Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016 on Horror on the Go!
— Prize winners! Be sure to get in touch!


[ 00:07:09 ] II. Feature Review: THE WAILING (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 10 ( Buy it! )
Allyson = 8.5 ( High-priority Rental / Stream on Netflix )


-Mini Review: The Conjuring 2 (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 7.5 ( Theater / Rental )
Wolfman Josh = 8 ( Buy it! )
Dr. Shock = 8 ( Buy it! )

-Mini Review: The Boy (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 8.5 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Dr. Shock = 6 ( Low-priority Rental )

-Mini Review: Beyond the Gates (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 5 ( Low-priority Rental )


[ 00:49:11 ] III. Feature Review THE NEON DEMON (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 7 ( Rental )
Allyson = 6.5 ( Rental )


-Mini Review: The Love Witch (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 8 ( Rental for most, Must See for Cinephiles like Dr. Shock )
Allyson = 9 ( Buy it for Allyson, but probably an Avoid for most Horror fans )

-Mini Review: Yoga Hosers (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 3 ( Avoid )
Allyson = 3 ( Avoid )

—Be sure to catch up with Allyson:
Follow Allyson Clark on Twitter @LittleWingFae
Check out Allyson’s work: LittleWingFaerie Art.com


-Mini Review: The Shallows (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 6 ( Rental )
Dr. Shock = 7.5 ( High-priority Rental )

-Mini Review: 13 Cameras (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( Rental )

-Mini Review: Don’t Breathe (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 9 ( Buy it! )
Wolfman Josh = 8.5 ( Buy it! )
Dr. Shock = 9 ( Buy it! )

-Mini Review: The Good Neighbor (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 8 ( High-priority Rental )


—Dr. Shock signs off for the night. If you haven’t heard it yet, be sure to check out Jay’s interview with Dr. Shock regarding his DVD Infatuation.

Movie Podcast Network Holiday Greeting from the Geek Cast Live Podcast


[ 01:54:50 ] IV. Feature Review: PET (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 4.5 ( Low-priority Rental )


-Mini Review: The Monster (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 6.5 ( Rental )
Wolfman Josh = 6.5 ( Rental )

-Mini Review: Baskin (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( Avoid )

-Mini Review: Shut In (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 5.5 ( Rental )

-Mini Review: The Girl in the Photographs (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( Rental )


[ 02:50:46 ] V. Feature Review: UNDER THE SHADOW (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 8 ( High-priority Rental )


—Mini Review: Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 4 ( Avoid )


[ 03:14:34 ] VI. Feature Review: THE EYES OF MY MOTHER (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 7.5 ( Strong Rental / One of the Should-Sees of 2016 )
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( Avoid )


Another Movie Podcast Network Holiday Greeting, courtesy of The Sci-Fi Podcast


[ 03:43:24 ] VII. Feature Review: TRAIN TO BUSAN (2016)
Wolfman Josh = 8 ( Buy it! )


[00:00:00] VIII. Wrap-up / Plugs

— Mainstream Theater Releases on the Horror Periphery:
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, The Girl on the Train, Morgan, They Look Like People
— Contests
— Kagan’s HMP Slasher Madness final results!
— Christmas Horror 2016!

We have three great giveaways for our Christmas episode. Two more amazing slasher ornaments from Cryptocurium, a beautiful Krampus t-shirt from Fright Rags, and the Monster Squad “Stephen King Rules” t-shirt pin that we forgot to give away on episode 105.

1. A FrightRags Tweet and Instagram post will go out on Monday, December 19th, 2016. To be eligible for the Krampus t-shirt drawing, you must follow both @HorrorMovieCast and @FrightRags on Twitter or @HorrorMovieCast and @FrightRags on Instagram, like our post, and Retweet or Regram our post by the time we record on Wednesday, December 21st, 2016. 1 winner will be chosen from Twitter and one will be chosen from Instagram, so you increase your odds if you do it on both platforms.

2. A Cryptocurium Tweet and Instagram post will go out on Monday, December 19th, 2016. To be eligible for the slasher ornaments drawing, you must follow both @HorrorMovieCast and @JasonMcKittrick on Twitter or @HorrorMovieCast and @the_cryptocurium on Instagram, like our post, and Retweet or Regram our post by the time we record on Wednesday, December 21st, 2016. 1 winner will be chosen from Twitter and one will be chosen from Instagram, so you increase your odds if you do it on both platforms.

3. If you want to be eligible for the Monster Squad pin, we’ll be selecting a winner from those who have given us an iTunes review (preferably win a 5 star rating). All drawings happen this Wednesday!


JOIN US NEXT WEEK FOR: Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 107 — Our annual Christmas Horror show!


LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

— Follow Allyson Clark on Twitter @LittleWingFae
— Check out LittleWingFaerie Art.com
— Hear BillChete’s Top 10 Horror Movies of 2016 on Horror on the Go!


Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment below the show notes for this episode.


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his arrangement of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. If you want to support the show, we have PayPal buttons on our sister site, Movie Podcast Weekly.com, in the right-hand sidebar where you can make a one-time donation or you can become a recurring donor for just $2 per month. (Every little bit helps!)

Thanks for listening, and join us again next Friday for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-106-considering-20-new-release-horror-films-of-2016/feed/ 201 Boasting 16 brand new reviews of 2016 horror movies (plus 4 more post-mortem discussions of 2016 films we’ve already covered), Episode 106 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST may be the most monstrous of any Frankenstenian episodes to date! Boasting 16 brand new reviews of 2016 horror movies (plus 4 more post-mortem discussions of 2016 films we’ve already covered), Episode 106 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST may be the most monstrous of any Frankenstenian episodes to date! This week Jay of the Dead, Wolfman Josh … Continue reading → NO AUTHOR 4:10:42
Horror Movie Podcast BONUS Ep. 105: The Essential Universal Monsters and The Mummy (2017) Preview https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-bonus-ep-105-the-essential-universal-monsters-and-the-mummy-2017-preview/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-bonus-ep-105-the-essential-universal-monsters-and-the-mummy-2017-preview/#comments Fri, 09 Dec 2016 07:01:50 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3698 Continue reading ]]> hmp-universal-monsters-artIn this BONUS episode of Horror Movie Podcast—which also serves as a trial run for the upcoming Universal Monsters Cast—Wolfman Josh and Dr. Shock discuss listener feedback from the HMP “Essential Universal Monsters” poll, give their personal classic Universal Horror recommendations, and give their initial thoughts on the teaser trailer and first poster for The Mummy (2017), as well as the potential for a new shared cinematic universe. Doc also brings his picks for the best monster movies of the 1930s that were not made by Universal Pictures.

Horror Movie Podcast is typically a bi-weekly show, released every other Friday, hosted by Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock, Dr. Walking Dead, and Wolfman Josh. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! Leave voicemails with your recommendations and comments at: (801) 382-8789. You can also follow HMP on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook (kind of).

Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast, where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

SHOW NOTES

I. Intro
—Where Jay at?
—Universal Monsters Cast
—Listener request from Dino-Machino

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[00:04:18] II. Results of Horror Movie Podcast “Essential Universal Monsters” Poll:
(gleaned from 96 respondents and 819 votes)

  1. Frankenstein (1931)
  2. Dracula (1931) -tie- The Wolf Man (1941)
  3. Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954)
  4. The Invisible Man (1933) -tie- Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
  5. The Mummy (1932) -tie- Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)
  6. The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
  7. Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man (1943)

*Retro Movie Geek Holiday Greeting!


[00:35:31] III. Additional Listener Recommendations from “Other” Votes:

—The Black Cat (Ian, Dark Mark, The Dude, The Gray Man)
—The Raven (Ian, The Dude, The Gray Man)
—Revenge of the Creature (Gatz, Dark Mark)
—The Creature Walks Among Us (Gatz)
—The Incredible Shrinking Man (Gatz)
—The Monolith Monsters (Gatz)
—The Old Dark House (Sal, Jonathan, Dark Mark)
—The Invisible Ray (Dark Mark)
—Murders in Rue Morgue (Dark Mark)


[00:51:43] IV. Additional Recommendations from the HMP Hosts:

—The Black Cat (Dr. Shock)
—The Raven (Dr. Shock)
—[Spanish] Dracula (Wolfman Josh, Dr. Shock)
—The Mummy’s Hand (Wolfman Josh, Dr. Shock)
—Werewolf of London (Wolfman Josh)
—House of Frankenstein (Wolfman Josh)
—Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff (Dr. Shock, Wolfman Josh)
—Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (Wolfman Josh)


[00:54:20] V. Dr. Shock’s 11 Essential Non-Universal Horror Movies of the 1930s
(with links to Dave’s written reviews at DVDInfatuation.com)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931, Paramount), Doctor X (1932, Warner Bros), Freaks (1932, MGM), Island of Lost Souls (1932, Paramount), The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932, MGM), White Zombie (1932, United Artists), King Kong (1933, RKO), Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933, Warner Bros), The Walking Dead (1936, Warner Bros), Mad Love (1935, MGM), The Devil-Doll (1936, MGM)

*Movie Podcast Weekly Holiday Greeting!


[01:06:13] VI. The Mummy (2017) trailer and the Universal Monsters Universe
—Watch the trailer (here)

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[01:38:30] VII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending


JOIN US NEXT WEEK FOR: Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 106 — A Frankensteinian episode, where we cover several 2016 new releases and all sorts of random horror movies and topics!


LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

You can read all of Dave’s “Universal Horror” reviews (HERE) at DVDinfatuation.com

You can hear us discuss some of these classics in our Frankenstein Versus (Ep 83) discussion, our Dracula Versus (Ep 85) discussion, Dr. Shock’s tributes to Bela Lugosi (Ep 33) and Lionel Atwill (Ep 49) , our Horror Comedy (Ep 87) discussion, our Horror for Kids (Ep 97) discussion, and all the way back to the very beginning with Dr. Shock’s Top 10 Horror Movies (on Ep 02) list.

Thanks to listener Dino for getting this ball rolling. You can follow Dino on Twitter: @dinoticinelli

Vote in the final round of HMP’s SLASHER MADNESS (hosted by Kagan Breitenbach)

For the holiday season, be sure to listen to Black Friday – The Horrors of Consumerism (Ep 35)Christmas Horror 2013 (Ep 05) (Dead Snow, Devil’s Pass, Silent Night, Deadly Night, Black Christmas), Christmas Horror 2014 (Ep 37)

(P2, Christmas Evil, Saint, Gremlins, Wind Chill, The Last Winter), Christmas Horror 2015 (Ep 78) (Krampus, A Christmas Horror Story, Rare Exports, Silent Night Bloody Night).


Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment below the show notes for this episode.


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his arrangement  of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. If you want to support the show, we have PayPal buttons on our sister site, Movie Podcast Weekly.com, in the right-hand sidebar where you can make a one-time donation or you can become a recurring donor for just $2 per month. (Every little bit helps!)

Thanks for listening, and join us again next Friday for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-bonus-ep-105-the-essential-universal-monsters-and-the-mummy-2017-preview/feed/ 49 In this BONUS episode of Horror Movie Podcast—which also serves as a trial run for the upcoming Universal Monsters Cast—Wolfman Josh and Dr. Shock discuss listener feedback from the HMP “Essential Universal Monsters” poll, In this BONUS episode of Horror Movie Podcast—which also serves as a trial run for the upcoming Universal Monsters Cast—Wolfman Josh and Dr. Shock discuss listener feedback from the HMP “Essential Universal Monsters” poll, give their personal classic Universal Horror recommendations, … Continue reading → NO AUTHOR 1:43:28
Universal Monsters Poll https://horrormoviepodcast.com/universal-monsters-poll/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/universal-monsters-poll/#comments Fri, 02 Dec 2016 09:39:00 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3673 Continue reading ]]> PrintOne of our greatest joys in producing Horror Movie Podcast is providing quality viewing recommendations for our listeners and every so often a listener has a recommendation request that we think the whole community may benefit from participating in.

This one comes from listener Dino from Cleveland (by way of New York). Dino tweeted:

screen-shot-2016-12-02-at-2-31-52-amWith Universal now in production on remakes of their classic films (the teaser and poster for The Mummy, starring Tom Cruise, was released just today), we thought this was a great time to explore the beloved originals and determine which might be essential viewing before the remakes come out.

Here’s you chance to get involved. You can select up to 10 essential Universal Monsters movies of your choosing. Please only vote once and only select a max of 10 films when you vote. You are not required to select 10 in order to vote.

Additionally, if you’d like to leave us (and Dino) some wise words about your top pick, please do so below in the comments and we’ll read the best responses on the show when we reveal the poll results. If we left any of your favorites off, please select “other” and tell us what we missed—and why it’s so great—in the comments below.


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Polls close Wednesday December 7th 2016 at 8pm PST.

Of course, you can hear us discuss some of these classics in our Frankenstein Versus (Ep 83) discussion, our Dracula Versus (Ep 85) discussion, Dr. Shock’s tributes to Bela Lugosi (Ep 33) and Lionel Atwill (ep 49) , our Horror Comedy (Ep 87) discussion, our Horror for Kids (Ep 97) discussion, and all the way back to the very beginning with Dr. Shock’s Top 10 Horror Movies (on Ep 02) list.

Thanks to listener Dino for getting this ball rolling. You can follow Dino on Twitter: @dinoticinelli

Snazzy Universal Monsters artwork above by the great Tom Whalen. Check out Tom’s entire (and very cool) Universal Monsters collection at his website: Strong Stuff

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 104: The 1980s Slasher Film Movement Part 4 — 1986-1989 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-104-the-1980s-slasher-film-movement-part-4-1986-1989/ https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-104-the-1980s-slasher-film-movement-part-4-1986-1989/#comments Fri, 25 Nov 2016 07:01:33 +0000 https://horrormoviepodcast.com/?p=3650 Continue reading ]]> hmp-104-1980s-slashers-art

THANKSGIVING and BLACK FRIDAY have come and gone and we’re just now reaching the end of our special HALLOWEEN coverage here on HORROR MOVIE PODCAST. How’s that for dedication to our craft and our listeners? This is HMP Episode 104, and it is Part 4 of our multiple-part examination of the 1980s Slasher Film Movement. Jay of the Dead, Wolfman Josh and Dr. Shock are joined by the original Creepture himself, slasher expert GregaMortis from the Land of the Creeps horror podcast, to review the hell out of ’80s slashers!

We’re serving up another three plus-hour episode where we discuss many films from 1986, 1987, 1988, and 1989 along with four Feature Reviews of Mountaintop Motel Massacre (1986) and Blood Rage (1987) and StageFright (1987), and Intruder (1989). We also shower our loyal listeners with mountains of gifts from killer giveaway sponsors Cryptocurium, Monsters by DesignThe Sci-Fi Podcast, and the kindness of our hearts.

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! Leave voicemails with your recommendations and comments at: (801) 382-8789 You can also follow HMP on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook (kind of). Thank you for listening to Horror Movie Podcast, where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies!

SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction
— Welcome back GregaMortis
— Check out The HorrorCast’s first ever Hackademy Awards
— And check out GregaMortis on Retro Movie Geek


[ 0:06:28 ] II. Theme Discussion: The Evolution of the Slasher Film Through the ’80s
— Responses to Jay’s “The Terminator is an ’80s slasher claim” from our previous episode
— Defining a slasher film
— The Case of A Nightmare on Elm Street
— Chris: The evolution of the slasher through the ’80s decade


[ 0:41:11 ] III. A broad selection of slasher movies from 1986
April Fool’s Day (1986)
Blood Hook (1986)
Killer Party (1986)
Mountaintop Motel Massacre (1986)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)
Body Count (1986)
Midnight Killer (1986)
The Zero Boys (1986)
Crawlspace (1986)
Truth or Dare (1986)
Dreamaniac (1986)
Evil Laugh (1986)
Psycho III (1986)
Revenge (1986)
Scream Time (1986)
Slaughter High (1986)
Shadows Run Black (1986)
Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986)
Night Ripper (1986)
The Hitcher (1986)
Spine (1986)
Sorority House Massacre (1986)
Terror at Tenkiller (1986)
Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)


[ 0:54:03 ] IV. Feature Review: MOUNTAINTOP MOTEL MASSACRE (2016)
JOTD = 6 ( Buy it! )
GregaMortis = 8 ( Buy it! )
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[ 1:11:14 ] V. A broad selection of slasher movies from 1987
The Majorettes (1987)
Berserker (1987)
Splatter Farm (1987)
Blood Rage (1987) (aka Nightmare at Shadow Woods)
The Outing (1987)
StageFright (1987)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors (1987)
Killer Workout (aka Aerobicide) (1987)
Anguish (1987)
Backwoods (1987)
Blood Diner (1987)
Blood Frenzy (1987)
Blood Harvest (1987)
Blood Lake (1987)
Bloody Movie (1987)
Body Count (1987) (Camping Del Terrore)
Deadly Love (1987)
Death Nurse (1987)
Delirium: Photos of Gloria (1987)
Killing Spree (1987)
Miami Vendetta (1987)
Open House (1987)
Opera (1987)
Return to Horror High (1987)
The Shaman (1987)
Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 (1987)
Slaughter House (1987)
Slumber Party Massacre 2 (1987)
The Stepfather (1987)
Streets of Death (1987)
Twisted Nightmare (1987)
Venus Flytrap (1987)
Video Violence (1987)
Video Violence 2 (1987)


[ 1:20:15 ] VI. Feature Review: BLOOD RAGE (1987)
aka Nightmare at Shadow Woods

GregaMortis = ( Buy it! )
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[ 1:26:10 ] VII. Feature Review: STAGEFRIGHT (1987)
aka Deliria, aka Aquarius, aka StageFright Aquarius, aka Bloody Bird
Wolfman Josh = 9 ( Buy it! )
GregaMortis = 8.5 ( Buy it! )
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[ 1:38:59 ] VIII. A broad selection of slashers from 1988
Woodchipper Massacre (1988)
Maniac Cop (1988)
Iced (1988)
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers??? (1988)
Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers (aka Hollywood Chainsaw Massacre) (1988)
Child’s Play (1988)
Hide and Shriek (1988)
555 (1988)
American Gothic (1988)
Amsterdamned (1988)
Bad Dreams (1988)
Cannibal Campout (1988)
Cheerleader Camp (1988)
Deadly Dreams (1988)
Death Nurse 2 (1988)
Deathrow Diner (1988)
Dial: Help (1988)
Don’t Be Afraid of Aunt Martha (aka The Murder Secret) (1988)
Edge of the Axe (1988)
Fatal Pulse (1988)
Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988)
Grotesque (1988)
Hack O’Lantern (1988)
The Hackers (1988)
Hard Rock Nightmare (1988)
Hollow Gate (1988)
The Last Slumber Party (1988)
Memorial Valley Massacre (aka Memorial Day) (1988)
Night Screams (1988)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)
Phantom of Death (1988)
Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers (1988)
Too Beautiful to Die (1988)
The Undertaker (1988)
Pumpkinhead (1988)
Phantom Brother (1988)
Ghost House (1988)


[ 1:58:31 ] IX. A broad selection of selection of slashers from 1989
Nightmare Beach (1989) (aka Welcome to Spring Break)
Offerings (1989)
Las Vegas Bloodbath (1989)
Clownhouse (1989)
Out of the Dark (1989)
Parents (1989)
Cutting Class (1989)
Death Spa (1989)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)
Elves (1989)
Fatal Image (1989)
Freeway Maniac (1989)
Massacre (1989)
Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)
Hell High (1989)
Hitcher in the Dark (1989)
Moonstalker (1989)
Night Visitor (1989)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)
Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge (1989)
Psycho Cop (1989)
Puppetmaster (1989)
Return of the Family Man (1989)
Silent Night, Deadly Night III: You Better Watch Out! (1989)
Slashdance (1989)
Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland (1989)
The Stepfather II (1989)
Shocker (1989)
The Horror Show (1989)
Intruder (1989)


[ 2:04:48 ] X. Feature Review: INTRUDER (1989)
Dr. Shock = 8 ( Buy it! )
GregaMortis = 9 ( Buy it! )
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[ 2:22:55 ] XI. Top 10 Slashers Lists & Listener Questions
—The hosts’ Top 10 Slashers lists
—Listener question: The evolution of the slasher genre
—Listener question: Best ’80s slasher kills


[ 2:38:17 ] XII. HMP Listener Prize Giveaways
—Dead Serious Horror Challenge prizes
—Library “At Your Mercy” episode winner
—Random Twitter follower prize winners
—Random Instagram follower prize winners
—HMP Listener of the Year Award!

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Giveaways courtesy of Cryptocurium, Monsters by DesignThe Sci-Fi Podcast, and your HMP hosts.

Updated Dead Serious Horror Challenge rules: #deadserioushorror
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XIII.Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— Slasher Madness ROUND 4 results (thanks to Kagan!)
— Vote in HMP’s SLASHER MADNESS!


JOIN US IN TWO WEEKS FOR: Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 105 — A Frankensteinian episode, where we cover all sorts of random horror movies and topics!


LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

—Visit our giveaway sponsor Cryptocurium and check out their Parcel of Terror subscription!
—Visit our giveaway sponsor Monsters by Design who do cool 3D Modeling and art prints!
—Visit our giveaway sponsors The Sci-Fi Podcast and maybe listen to their recent reviews of the Predator franchise!
—GregaMortis says check out his appearance on Retro Movie Geek Ep 43 to review Psycho 2
—Check out HMP’s SLASHER MADNESS (courtesy of Kagan Breitenbach)
—Listen to HMP Ep 35: Black Friday – The Horrors of Consumerism
—Listen to HMP Ep 5: Christmas Horror 2013
(Dead Snow, Devil’s Pass, Silent Night, Deadly Night, Black Christmas)
—Listen to HMP Ep 37: Christmas Horror 2014
(P2, Christmas Evil, Saint, Gremlins, Wind Chill, The Last Winter)
—Listen to HMP Ep 78: Christmas Horror 2015
(Krampus, A Christmas Horror Story, Rare Exports, Silent Night Bloody Night)
—Listener Ian West recommends the video 24 Reasons that Terminator and Halloween are the same flick.

Catch up with GregaMortis to Help Keep Horror Alive!
Land of the Creeps horror podcast
Land of the Creeps on Facebook
Subscribe free in iTunes
Land of the Creeps on Stitcher
On Twitter: @GregaMortis
E-mail GregaMortis here: GregaMortis666@gmail.com

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Follow the Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter
Horror Movie Podcast Official Facebook
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Follow Josh on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IcarusArts
Horror Movie Podcast Official Instagram @HorrorMovieCast
Josh covers streaming online movies on MovieStreamCast.com
Follow MSC on Twitter @MovieStreamCast
Like MSC on Facebook

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dave writes daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
Dr. Shock also appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Pre-order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter @DrWalkingDead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment below the show notes for this episode.


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for the original Horror Movie Podcast theme and composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his arrangement  of Fred’s song for our updated theme.

If you like Horror Movie Podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. If you want to support the show, we have PayPal buttons on our sister site, Movie Podcast Weekly.com, in the right-hand sidebar where you can make a one-time donation or you can become a recurring donor for just $2 per month. (Every little bit helps!)

Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

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https://horrormoviepodcast.com/horror-movie-podcast-ep-104-the-1980s-slasher-film-movement-part-4-1986-1989/feed/ 120 THANKSGIVING and BLACK FRIDAY have come and gone and we’re just now reaching the end of our special HALLOWEEN coverage here on HORROR MOVIE PODCAST. How’s that for dedication to our craft and our listeners? This is HMP Episode 104, THANKSGIVING and BLACK FRIDAY have come and gone and we’re just now reaching the end of our special HALLOWEEN coverage here on HORROR MOVIE PODCAST. How’s that for dedication to our craft and our listeners? This is HMP Episode 104, and it is Part 4 of our multiple-part … Continue reading → NO AUTHOR 3:38:50