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)

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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!
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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 100: Modern Horror Anthologies – From 2000 to Present

 

hmp-modern-anthologies-100-episodes100 episodes of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, because we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies… Welcome to Episode 100. Thanks for tarrying with us the past three years. In this show, we bring you a themed episode on Modern Horror Anthologies – From 2000 to Present. We also bring you three Feature Reviews on Trick `r Treat (2009) and The Theatre Bizarre (2011) and Tales of Halloween (2015). Later in this show, we’re joined by HMP listeners Dino, Juan, Chantel and Adam! We also want to give a special thanks to Kagan, who sent us the tremendous rendition of the HMP theme song for the intro (and outro) of this episode. Thank you for all your support!

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! Continue reading

Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 068: Remembering Wes Craven and Scream Franchise Overview

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October is approaching fast. Each Friday in October, we’ll be reviewing “A Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise — in-depth! So, please subscribe free in iTunes to make sure you don’t miss any episodes. Before we get to Freddy, this episode of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST is our Tribute to Wes Craven and our SCREAM FRANCHISE OVERVIEW. In this episode, you’ll hear thoughts from your hosts — but more importantly — you’ll hear views from the HMP listenership! This show is a must-listen, and it is dedicated to the late, great Wes Craven.

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 003: Turkeys, Zombies and Danielle Harris

HMP003 ArtworkHappy Thanksgiving! Episode 003 is our first hodge-podge or Frankensteinian episode, where we record a bunch of different, random, horror-related content and just paste it all together in one grand show. But your three hosts — Jay of the Dead, Wolfman Josh and Dr. Shock — review more than 30 horror films for you, so you’ll have plenty of movies to check out over the next two weeks.

In this episode, you’ll hear Wolfman and Jay of the Dead review a new documentary called “Birth of the Living Dead,” which is about George Romero’s “Night of the Living Dead.” Wolfman and Jay also discuss when monsters don’t look like monsters, and we theorize on why there was only one major horror release in theaters during October 2013. Dr. Shock gives you his top 20 horror picks from the Aughts, Wolfman Josh reviews a couple of bad, killer turkey movies, and Jay of the Dead discusses three Danielle Harris flicks. We hope you enjoy this horror feast over Thanksgiving! Please subscribe in iTunes, spread the word for us, and thanks for listening. Continue reading