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Tales of supernatural suspense by Soren Narnia. Music by Kevin MacLeod, incompetech.com, unless otherwise noted. These stories are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, meaning that anyone is free to adapt them as they see fit, even for profit, without the obligation to compensate the author. Email: songofsadbirds@aol.com. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sorennarnia Also by Soren Narnia: the podcast 'Those Snowy Nights You Read to Me, They'll Never B ...
 
Exploring the techniques, strategies, and key pieces of advice for aspiring horror directors, straight from the minds of some of the greatest filmmakers and creators in horror. Host Nick Taylor engages in one-on-one conversations with directors, producers, writers, actors and artists to uncover the keys to their creative and professional success in the horror business.
 
Join Alex & Christina One musician and horror fan that can't get enough horror movies. 1 episode each Monday with alternating segments & Guests. This sure isn't your daddy's podcast.. so you might want to get your earmuffs out cupcake. The cast includes a weekly horror themed alcohol shots for our #horrorshot segment. We also do a fun new creative exercise segment called #GravePlots where we make up movies on the spot and make up some pretty cool faux vhs covers for them too. We cover curren ...
 
Hooks of Horror releases every three weeks. Challenging aspiring creative people to work off the given prompt and complete a project within 21 days. share it on an appropriate platform and then post a link to social media using #HooksofHorror. Whether that’s a written piece, poetry or even a role playing adventure or campaign is up to the listener to decide. Linking the show to your work, or emailing a copy in to the show gets your work out there, and potentially narrated. Your host will be ...
 
For all the matchmaking shows out there, there is a largely untapped reservoir of golden worst date stories. So Laura Whitmore is taking it upon herself to unearth unheard first date horrors. Each week, Laura will chat with celebrity guests about their most embarrassing first date faux pas’ - from wardrobe malfunctions to cringey one liners, no shows to the truly, truly bizarre. But not one to be a scrooge, Laura will also hear the tales where humour helped to save the date, and led to them ...
 
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Kevin Lewis is an American director of multiple features, including The Method, Downward Angel, The Drop, and The Third Nail. Most recently, Kevin has wowed the horror crowd with Willy's Wonderland, a wonderfully bonkers 'survive the night horror thriller' that pits a group of demonic animatronic animals against an understatedly badass Nicolas Cage…
 
We are back to talk about two splattery indie goodness films that are akin to Troma style but are not directly Troma films. One about a punk kid who takes a mind altering gummy bear and he meets a disembodied head in a existential crisis adventure! in I NEED YOU DEAD (2020). Then we take on a slasher that has a hankering for disassembling a bunch o…
 
Kourosh Ahari is an Iranian American director who just made his directorial debut with the horror-thriller, The Night, from IFC Midnight. The Night focuses on a young couple and their baby girl as they check into a hotel room that they suddenly cannot leave until they work out their own inner demons. The Night is currently available on demand. I bo…
 
What’s the shortest time you’ve ever lived somewhere before you left in frustration? What was the problem—bad neighbors, leaks, noise problems, lousy plumbing? Something worse? Something mystifying? The trashman: Benjamin Gilmour Audio mastering by Les Lentz The text of these stories is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 U…
 
We are back with 2 Indonesian films that may just blow your minds. Both out on Shudder right now. First is The Queen Of Black Magic (1981) by Liliek Sudjio. The original movie about a woman who is betrayed by her lover and is tricked into learning black magic to exact he revenge on everyone. Up next is a review of the remake. The Queen of Black Mag…
 
Delve into the darkly lit world of horror literature with us! This month, we feel like a buncha dummies discussing The Secret of Ventriloquism by Jon Padgett. Next month, we’ll discuss Farmhand by Rob Guillory. Join us in the reading and send your comments, questions or related topics to discuss to our email or Twitter.…
 
Rodney Ascher is an American documentary filmmaker, perhaps best known among us horror fans for ROOM 237 - a documentary that focuses on the exhaustively diverse amount of theories surrounding The Shining. Rodney’s other projects include The Nightmare, a terrifying deep dive into sleep paralysis, and Primal Screen, about childhood fears of characte…
 
This week is an interesting one, we delve into a few more FEBRUARY EXTREME films the month of LOVE.... Valentines Day Week... Nekromantik (1987) & Nekromantik 2 (1991). Two films about corpse love by Jörg Buttgereit. Nothing says you love someone like digging them up and showing them how much you care..... Not really, but.. we watched them for you …
 
Kyle Rankin is an American writer and director, having directed such films as the Battle of Shaker Heights, Infestation, Night of the Living Deb, and The Witch Files. His latest film is the extremely controversial school shooter thriller, Run Hide Fight. In this conversation with Kyle, we explored the genesis of the movie as well as some of the fil…
 
This week is the start of FEBRUARY EXTREME! Alex finally gets to delve into the extreme horror that he's been wanting to talk about. Much to Christina's dismay.. This week we delve into two controversial films that shook the world. Irreversible (2002) About a woman who is attacked in a Paris City under passage that turns extremely violent in this G…
 
Ricki Stern is an American film director, screenwriter, producer, and award-winning documentarian of multiple features and series. She's directed such projects as the Trials of Darryl Hunt, The Devil Came on Horseback, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, Surviving Jeffrey Epstein, and The Preppie Murders. Ricki's latest project is Surviving Death, a 6-pa…
 
It's been a long time coming but the movie is finally here for us to dig our meaty little claws into and devour like warrior style. That's right PSYCHO GOREMAN (2020) Finally Released and your favorite podcast is reviewing it. About a couple kids who after unearthing a gem accidentally release an evil monster looking to destroy the Universe but.. h…
 
Monsterforge is an extremely exciting new production company specializing on monster related media across films, animation, games, comics, and even toys! Monsterforge was founded by 30-Days of Night creator Steve Niles and artist/animator Shannon Eric Denton. The company is brand new, having launched in November, so I wanted to catch up with the gu…
 
This week we review a few new movies that just came out for the New Year! Shadow in the Cloud (2020) that takes place in the sky back in WW2 in New Zealand a woman sees something strange on the wing of a plane? Then we take on a revenge film called Hunted (2020) with on crazy lead actor who hunts people down and plays with them before he takes them…
 
Delve into the darkly lit world of horror literature with us! This month, we traipse through retail Hell in Horrorstör by Grady Hendrix. Next month, we’ll discuss The Secret of Ventriloquism by Jon Padgett. Join us in the reading and send your comments, questions or related topics to discuss to our email or Twitter.…
 
Alex wanted to watch a few Luigi Cozzi films that came out in 1989 so he dragged Christina back to it. We needed a break from new movies 1 week. This week we talk about Paganini Horror (1989) about a rock group that uses unreleased music from the famous violinist. Only to find they may have just given up their souls. Then we watched The Black Cat (…
 
Welcome back to the Nick Taylor Horror Show! As we put the literal horror show of 2020 behind us, I felt it was important to kick off this year with an episode about someone we lost last year, who left a tremendous void in the horror community, and that, of course, is Stuart Gordon. To call Stuart a boundary pusher would be an understatement. Stuar…
 
We are back and It's time for the TOP Horror Movies of 2020! This year Alex put together 30 movies that he thinks will be the best of the best. Plus, Christina picked her own Top 5 of the year. What will be on our lists? One things for sure this year was a lot better than we expected. So, Be sure to check this episode out and see who won!EPISODE LI…
 
Lowell Dean is a Canadian writer and director perhaps best known for his lycanthropic cult classic WolfCop and its sequel Another WolfCop. Usually, I'm not a fan of movies that intentionally embrace campiness, but WolfCop is a different animal, well written, well-acted, great effects, lots of laughs, and overall a lot of fun and unmissable. WolfCop…
 
Welcome back to the Nick Taylor Horror Show! Stephen Chiodo is an American writer, director, and special effects makeup artist and one of the legendary Chiodo Brothers. The Chiodo Brothers are a trio of special effects and stop motion artists and animators best known for their work on Team America: World Police, Critters, and Killer Klowns from Out…
 
Justin Dyck is a Canadian director who just released Anything for Jackson, now streaming on Shudder. Anything for Jackson is definitely one of my favorite horror films of the year - it really delivers the goods. It’s scary, funny, emotionally poignant, and an extremely unique and different take on ghosts and demons. All in all, it’s a hell of a tim…
 
Here today, we have the president of Blumhouse TV, Jeremy Gold. Jeremy manages Blumhouse's portfolio of scripted and unscripted TV series, documentaries, and streaming movies. Since coming to Blumhouse in 2016, Jeremy has expanded the Blumhouse brand beyond horror content to explore not only genre material but also dark, provocative subject matter.…
 
We continue our Holiday Horror Month with Two New Films! Including one about killer toys that just came out called TOYS OF TERROR (2020) which is on SYFY and VOD right now. Then we dive into the sequel of Once Upon A Time At Christmas (2017) called THE NIGHTS BEFORE CHRISTMAS (2019). Which has Mr. & Mrs. Clause wreaking havoc on people before XMAS!…
 
Delve into the darkly lit world of horror literature with us! This month, we fall in love with Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas. Next month, we’ll discuss Horrorstör by Grady Hendrix. Join us in the reading and send your comments, questions or related topics to discuss to our email or Twitter. This holiday season, consider giving to the Prison Book Pr…
 
It's the Holidays! SO, it's time for some Holiday Horror Movies! So we picked a few new ones. Hanukkah (2019) starting Sid Haig a man who thinks God has given him extra commandments to force upon those not taking the holiday seriously. Then we take on an Horror Anthology DEATHCEMBER (2020) Which has a short for each day of the advent calendar! We e…
 
Within every grandiose scheme, there lies the seed of possible disaster. Some of these disasters are loud, chaotic, and violent ... but sometimes they only sound like the wind sighing through haunted ruins. Music: ‘Between the Noise’ by Kyle Preston, ‘Dreams of Light’ by Jacob Pavek. All rights reserved. The text of these stories is licensed under …
 
Tate Steinsiek is an award-winning special effects makeup artist, writer, and director who's highly anticipated Castle Freak reimagining launches today on Shudder! Tate has worked on multiple films, including Spiderman, Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, Scare Package, Satanic Panic, Sharknado 2, and Dragged Across Concrete. Tate is also a mainstay…
 
We are back for that crazy Siamese twin sibling rivalry gang of Duane and his brother Belial! That's right it's time to finish off Frank Henenlotters BASKET CASE Franchise w/ two new reviews! Starting with BASKET CASE 2 (1990) where Duane/Belial meet a new family of freaks. Everything seems normal for Belial but not so much Duane. Then we review BA…
 
Ok, guys, we’re going non-horror this time around! Ian and Eshom Nelms are the brotherly directorial duo behind FATMAN - an edgy and vision of Santa Claus that has St. Nick a grizzled and seasoned Mel Gibson who comes under a vicious attack by a hired hitman played by Walt Goggins. The film is a complete and total miraculous genre concoction of hum…
 
Thanksgiving Special? Well, pull up a chair and dine with us as we review two films that will blow your mind. First up we talk about BLOOD RAGE (1987) which is about a pair of twins one of them is accused of murder and 10 years later when one escapes the killing spree begins. Then we review POULTRYGEIST: Night of the Chicken Dead (2006). Zombified …
 
Alright, we’re doing things a little bit differently this time around; on this episode, I have four very brief interviews with each director who made a film for Welcome to the Blumhouse. As a collaboration between Blumhouse Productions and Amazon Studios, Welcome to the Blumhouse is a slate of feature films showcasing diverse casts, female and emer…
 
Time to shake things up. Two Different films from the Vestron Video collection. This week we review David Cronenbergs SHIVERS (1975) about a parasite that runs rampant on a luxurious apartment complex and turns people into sex crazed deviants. Then (oddly mind you) we reviewed a childhood nostalgia favorite LITTLE MONSTERS (1989) where Fred Savage …
 
Delve into the darkly lit world of horror literature with us! This month, we get proper startled with Bongcheon-Dong Ghost by Horang. Next month, we’ll discuss Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas. Join us in the reading and send your comments, questions or related topics to discuss to our email or Twitter.…
 
Jordan Downey is the writer/director of The Head Hunter, one of my favorite horror movies of 2018, and now streaming on Shudder. One of the remarkable things about The Head Hunter was how resourceful it was. Considering the fact that it was an ultra low budget movie, it is extremely ambitious in terms of scope, and world-building, but while still p…
 
This week we decided to dabble in religious found footage films. So, this week we review FINAL PRAYER (2013) aka The Borderlands. A group of Vatican scientists research a recent miracle that has been captured on video. Is it real or is there something more sinister happening? Then we review The Sacrament (2013) Directed by Ti West & Produced by Eli…
 
Oz Rodriguez is a writer and director who started his career in comedy, having written and directed for Funny or Die and Saturday Night Live, where he’s been for multiple years. Oz just put out his very first feature, Vampires vs. The Bronx, now streaming on Netflix. Vampires vs. the Bronx pits a group of young kids from the Bronx against a ruthles…
 
Time for some newer movies! That's right this week we picked 2 movies that just released in 2020. We review SPELL (2020) about a man and his family that crash land their plane and the father is held prisoner by a old hoodoo lady. Did his family survive and will he get out alive? Then we jumped into another movie that's part Comedy, Thriller & Horro…
 
Ryan Spindell is a writer-director who recently made his feature debut with the fantastic horror anthology, The Mortuary Collection, now streaming on Shudder. Mortuary Collection blends all of the nostalgic elements of anthologies like Tales from the Crypt, Bodybags & Creepshow with spooky atmospheric nods to vintage horror, all while packing a ser…
 
This week VOIDTOBER ENDS! *Scream* We pick our winner for our giveaway contest. Plus, a few reviews of some ladies with... Mind Powers.... That's right seems like our favorite thing. We kick it off with Stephen Kings First book and film CARRIE (1976) where a not so popular girl get's picked on too much and turns into a mind killer at prom. Directed…
 
Tony D’Aquino is an Australian filmmaker who made his directorial debut last year with The Furies, now streaming on Shudder. The Furies is a bloodbath daylight slasher extravaganza, with strong nods to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre but with a modern twist. In this conversation, we hear about Tony’s director origin story, the making of Furies, and maj…
 
This week for VOIDTOBER we take on the BEYOND the DOOR Trilogy! Alex get's pretty wild in this one while Christina tries to reel him in. 3 Italian Horror movies that are SBIG. Starting with Beyond The Door (1974) for a silly head spinning tale of a woman who suddenly become possessed while pregnant. It is considered to be the Italian Exorcist rip o…
 
For Halloween, a tale of two people dwelling among the monsters who own the night. Music: 'Altered Communications' by Emanuele Errante. Intro music by Emma Fradd of the Sibling Horror podcast. The text of these stories is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, meaning that anyone is free to adapt them as they…
 
Joe Russo is an American writer, director, producer and podcaster. On top of being a very accomplished screenwriter with multiple scripts under his belt including the recent Bruce Willis thriller, HARD KILL, Joe’s had a multi year collaboration with Mick Garris, and in addition to producing Mick’s Post Mortem Podcast, Joe produced the amazing antho…
 
Delve into the darkly lit world of horror literature with us! This month, we settle in for a horror trilogy with Demon Theory by Stephen Graham Jones. Next month, we’ll discuss Bongcheon-Dong Ghost by Horang. Join us in the reading and send your comments, questions or related topics to discuss to our email or Twitter.…
 
This week for VOIDTOBER we dive into a few houses that you probably should go into. Starting with a review of THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL (2009) where a babysitter gets the job of a lifetime from a stranger offering 400 dollars for one night. Turns out she probably shouldn't have. Then we continue with a review of WE ARE STILL HERE (2015) about a couple…
 
Eric Powell is a writer, artist, and creator of multiple award-winning graphic novels including Hillbilly, Chimichanga, and my favorite comic of all time, The Goon. I’ve been looking forward to speaking to Eric for a while. His work is sensational and mixes a potent combination of horror, pulp fiction, film noir, and fart jokes into fun & poignant …
 
VOIDTOBER BEGINS! That's right our Halloween Season has just begun. This week we are reviewing WITCHBOARD (1986) When a woman gets addicted to the Quija Net she thinks she meets a sweet 8 yr old boy who died but is a man who kills everyone who tries to help her. Then we review NIGHT OF THE DEMONS (1988) about Ten teenagers that party at an abandone…
 
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