Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 010: Bloody Valentines, Nasty Nurses and the Scariness of Gas Station Hot Dogs

HMP Sidebar ValentinesWelcome to our Valentine’s Day episode of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies… Because we love our listeners, this show is 4 hours and 28 minutes long! In Episode 010, we finally fulfill a couple of requests from Mangloid to provide in-depth reviews of both “My Bloody Valentine” movies. And we also (finally!) get around to reviewing “Cold Prey” and “Cold Prey 2.” Special guest Willis Wheeler joins Jay of the Dead to review “Nurse 3D,” and we also give you some ranting about the horrible low-budget horror offerings at Redbox, some ideas for arranging your horror collection on your shelves and our thoughts on re-watching movies.

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The Weekly Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 024: Flesh Ripped Clean to the Bone

TWHMP 024 ArtworkBRIEF EXPLANATION: This podcast is not the Horror Movie Podcast for which this site and feed are dedicated. Horror Movie Podcast is slated to release Episode 001 on October 25, 2013. You can read the full explanation and the background on the re-release of The Weekly Horror Movie Podcast (and of Horror Metropolis) at the bottom of the show notes for this episode.

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Here it is — the infamous Episode 024… This show is somewhat legendary among TWHMP fans: This is the episode that provokes an exasperated Midnight Corey to say things like, “Lord, take me home!” and “[This movie] was a huge hit at the Special Olympics.” Needless to say, we have some epic and passionate battles, starting right off the bat with a review of Dario Argento’s “Deep Red” (1975). This contentious review sets the tone for the rest of the episode, and it’s very entertaining, to say the least.

But at the top of the show, Midnight Corey begins by acknowledging the death of zombie novelist Z.A. Recht, author of The Morningstar trilogy, which includes Plague of the Dead: The Morningstar Strain, Thunder and Ashes and Survivors, which had to be finished by Thom Brannan. (Be sure to click the link below for Midnight Corey’s interview with Z.A. Recht.)

Next Midnight Corey sparks a conversation about our hosts’ opinions on 3-D and how it is affecting modern cinema and theater-going. (This episode is worth listening to for this discussion alone). And then we move into our four, hotly debated reviews. Continue reading