Horror Metropolis Archives


Ep. 010: Slasher U
The House on Sorority Row (1983)
The Dorm That Dripped Blood (1982)
Parasitic (2010)
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012)

Ep. 009: Foreign Vampires
We Are the Night (2010)
Cronos (1993)

Ep. 008: BONUS – The Toolbox Murders, Old and New
The Toolbox Murders (1978)
Toolbox Murders (2004)

Ep. 007: Man-Eating Animals
Eaten Alive (1977)
Open Water 2: Adrift (2006)
Prey (2007)
The Shadow of Death (2012)

Ep. 006: BONUS – Lady Killers
Happy Birthday to Me (1981)
Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964)
Alice Sweet Alice (1976)

Ep. 005: Houses of Horror
House of the Dead (2003)
The House of the Devil (2009)

Ep. 004: BONUS – Chernobyl Diaries
Chernobyl Diaries (2012)

Ep. 003: Silent Horror
Nosferatu (1922)
Haxan (1922)

Ep. 002: Freaky Manniquins
Carry on Screaming (1966)
Tourist Trap (1979)

Ep. 001: Midnight Movies From 2008
Midnight Movie (2008)
The Midnight Meat Train (2008)

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  2. Huh, BillChette was insufferable in this episode he was so narrow-minded and totally ignored the production prowess of perfecting the late 70s early 80s in The House of the Devil (2009).

    Don’t get me wrong I like the guy but he was so annoying with all the hate for methodical/psychological/slow burning horror movies. It’s a good thing he’s more open to other breeds of horror nowadays.

  3. Finished up listening to the Horror Metropolis archive. For what it was, I enjoyed the podcast. Terror Tovey was a great co-host and I’d be interested in hearing more past podcasts with him. Jay and Dr. Shock were their usual great selves, even if Jay did go a bit overboard with his issues with THE DORM THAT DRIPPED BLOOD in the final episode. If I’m being honest, I think BillChete is best in small doses rather than hearing his strong opinions as a full time host.

    While I can’t remember the exact reason why Jay claimed HM died (I know either HM or TWHMP died due to Jay needing a break from horror), once it was all over, I felt pretty bad for Jay. It seemed as if he was putting in a lot of effort to try and make HM work, but it went through a lot of bad luck with the other hosts often missing shows due to other obligations. That’s where HMP got it right at the start of it’s run. When it became clear that Dr. Walking Dead was going to be really busy, you guys didn’t waste any time in bringing on Dr. Shock as Walking Dead’s replacement, while promising Walking Dead coming back whenever his schedule clears up for an appearance.

    Onto listening to the archive to TWHMP now.

    • Sal, I know you made this comment 8 months ago or so, but I’ll reply right now in May of 2016. So… I just finished episode 008 of TWHMP and will definitely move on to HM after I finish all 26 episodes. Aw yeah.

      • If you wanted to get to HM quicker, you could jump over after finishing episode 14 of TWHMP (Before then going back to TWHMP after HM). After Jay left and Midnight Corey took over, the feel and structure of the show changed some. HM felt closer to feel of the first half of TWHMP and HMP. Not to mention Wolfman Josh begins to pop up a lot more during HM.

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