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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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 007: Devil’s Due, Open Grave, and Wererats

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Even though this epic, 4-hour, 27-minute Frankensteinian episode covers some new horror flicks, like “Open Grave,” “Voodoo Possession,” “Deranged,” and another major horror release that’s brand new in theaters, “Devil’s Due,” and it features special guest WILLIS WHEELER of Terror Troop, we still break most of our ambitious and well-intended promises made at the top of this show. Otherwise, we think you’ll love the coverage in Episode 007.

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 005: Bad Santas, Freaky Phone Calls and Klaus Kinski

HMP Sidebar Christmas 2013Merry Christmas (and Happy New Year!) from your hosts of Horror Movie Podcast! Though we had much grander plans to review several more films for this Christmas-themed episode, your hosts Jay of the Dead, Wolfman Josh and Dr. Shock still managed to produce a nice, 3-hour Christmas horror hodge-podge with all three of us recording together simultaneously for almost the entire duration of the episode. Our feature reviews for this show are “Black Christmas” (1974) and “Silent Night, Deadly Night” (1984).

We’ve even thrown in a couple of Mini Reviews of some new 2013 flicks, such as “Here Comes the Devil” and “The Last Days on Mars.” Also, thanks to an e-mail from Josh Miner, we list off several recommendations of horror flicks that are currently streaming on Netflix Watch Instantly! So, even though we didn’t get to cover everything we had hoped to review for you, we still think you’ll really enjoy this episode. Continue reading

GUEST BLOG: John Carpenter’s Halloween, Between the Sheets

by Levi Olson
(aka The Unknown Murderer)

WARNING:
The following post contains major spoilers for John Carpenter’s “Halloween” (1978).

SheetsJohn Carpenter’s Halloween is not a moralistic judgment or punishment of the sexual activity of its characters; it’s about something entirely different.

I wondered what was going on in this movie because John Carpenter has denied the film is a moralistic punishment of premarital sex, and he hasn’t explained what he was going for, either.

A scene with Annie and Laurie turned out to be the crucial piece of the puzzle that I needed, and I’d like to give some examples of what I found:

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Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 002: Haunted Houses

HMP Sidebar HauntedWelcome to Episode 002 of Horror Movie Podcast, where we’re exploring Wolfman Josh’s theme of HAUNTED HOUSES. This is another 4-hour and 40-minute horror Monstercast! And though Dr. Walking Dead had to step down from his full-time hosting position, we have acquired the hosting talents of the legendary Dr. Shock. Continue reading