Horror Movie pubblico
[search 0]
Altro

Scarica l'app!

show episodes
 
Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. Allen and Katie watch horror movies from all eras and of all qualities and then discuss them in a not-so-academic way (just as the name "Werewolf Ambulance" might imply!) and then discuss and rate them. The episodes do contain spoilers, so please watch the films before listening if that bothers you!
 
Join Matt, Scott and Brian each week as they suffer through horror films both forgotten and beloved. The trio capture the excitement and the disappointment of renting movies in the 80’s and 90’s. For every surprising thrill like American Gothic the trio suffer through there's 10 disappointing flops like Terror Toons. The show combines the nostalgia of renting videos with a snarky comedic blend that will make you feel sentimental while simultaneously putting a smile on your face. So dust off ...
 
Horror Movie Survival Guide is a weekly podcast where two unlikely gorehounds and long time chums, one a hardcore horror fan with a notebook to prove it, and the other finally coming out of the creepy horror fandom closet - watch and talk about horror film from a survival point of view. We ask the question - how can *we* end up as the final girl? Join Julia Marchese and Teri Gamble as we take a deep dive into everything from OG horror to newly released films (but preferably classics on VHS). ...
 
The best horror movie podcast about horror movies and all things tangentially related to the horror lifestyle! Each week, The New Flesh podcast highlights all the latest news in the horror film world, including project announcements, release date reveals, trailer breakdowns, and whatever else is trending in the horror space at that current moment. After that, it's time for the Main Event: a long-form discussion on a specific movie, usually a new release that's opening in theaters. If a horro ...
 
A bi-weekly look at the monster movies, TV shows, cult films, and horror stuff that keeps YOU up at night! In the days before syndicated stations and 24 hour programming, television stations often showed old monster movies hosted by local on-air talent. It is in this spirit that “Test Pattern” is made – a little bit spooky, a little bit silly, but always informative! Jacob and Tab have a new topic each week, with a focus on the macabre offerings shown on television starting in the mid 1950s, ...
 
It was a cold and stormy night in Chicago. Two loud idiots gathered around a microphone to talk about spooky movies. There would be no survivors. Hosted by Cody (instagram.com/codymonster91) and Kira (instagram.com/heykirahey). Our theme music is by Apres Pompeii (instagram.com/aprespompeii), episode artwork is by Liah Paterson (instagram.com/atenderwitch), and header artwork is by Marc Christoforidis (http://marcchristo.tumblr.com).
 
Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
 
Every week, married horror fans, Jared and Christina take a meandering, tangent prone, spoiler filled walk through the bloody fields of Horror movies. Listen in as they dissect and dismember a different horror movie each week, from classic to modern, from slasher to supernatural. The serious business of horror shouldn't be taken too seriously.
 
This is a horror podcast out of Windsor, Ontario where we focus on some of the greatest titles that you may have missed over the last few decades. Our show is laced with great soundtrack music, audio clips from scenes that we discuss, interesting production trivia and much, much more. Join Cash and his cohorts as they celebrate the absolute cream of horror movies! There's a horror movie out there that's JUST for you -- And we're gonna help you find it at The Horror 101 Podcast!. FOR OLDER SH ...
 
A monthly horror movie podcast, hosted by Cliff Barnes, with comedians Phil Jerrod, Emily McQuade, Bryony No and Luke Poulton. Older episodes feature former devils CJ Lines, Hollie Horror, Richard Trondsen and Sarah Dobbs. Each month we look at a different theme or subgenre, with a focus on two particular movies, and every show concludes with the challenging audio clips quiz, Scary Noises.
 
Every week Josh Nite, Charlie Buttermann, and Matt Allex watch, discuss, and review three horror movies and one horror short. Sometimes they love them, sometimes they hate them, sometimes they come up with movies they like better on the spot. Come find the best and the worst the genre has to offer with Horror Show Hot Dog. (Don’t worry, there are lots of jokes.)
 
Loading …
show series
 
Episode 267 is about an unusual horror comedy from 2012 called “Excision”. Some titans of quirkiness as well as some lesser-known actors are cast in this (first ever) feature film by writer-director Richard Bates Jr.. Does it make you laugh or disturb you? Yes. On at least one or maybe both of those things.Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewin…
 
What do gas masks, hanger masks, FBI Most Wanted Lists, and Nazi leprechauns have a common? Not a whole lot, but Jared & Christina tie them all together while discussing M.O.M (Mothers of Monsters). Listen in as they break down this modern twist on the "found footage" horror genre, overanalyze and vilify everyone on camera. Just your average conver…
 
Christian and Ian aren't ready to have dream children yet. At the end of each episode we answer the question- are we still in on this franchise or is it overkill? We talk about a fall from grace for this series, the box office disappoinment, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET: THE DREAM CHILD. We discuss pro-life propaganda, the Baldwins, and Monty Python. …
 
In this week's episode, we're on the front porch on a lovely but windy Pittsburgh evening discussing what is perhaps the worst-named sequel in the history of film franchises- "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer." Special topics for your consideration include" potential title re-writes (like perhaps "I Have Not Forgotten What You Did Two Summers …
 
Hello and welcome listeners to Episode 75 of Journey with a Cinephile: A Horror Movie Podcast. On this episode, your tour guide of David Garrett Jr. wanted to do something special for this milestone. Like I did last year, I took you on what I thought were the best and worst of the horror films I've seen that started with A. Here on this episode, I'…
 
On todays installment of Troma Month episodes, Leigh and Britt hang ten with Leroy's Mama! Its Surf Nazis Must Die a film Roger Ebert walked out of so Leigh can love it decades later!---------------Our theme Song BBQ MANIAC was written and performed by John Brennan, used with permission. You can listen and purchase all of Johns music at https://sho…
 
KENAN THOMPSON! For our 200th Episode we are elated to have a guest and new friend of the show - Kenan Thompson! Kenan has been on our TV & movie screens pretty much non-stop since 1994 – from being his breakout starring roles on the hit Nickelodeon Shows All That, Kenan & Kel to Wild-N-Out to his legendary tenure as the longest running cast member…
 
In this berserk episode of Forever Midnight, your homies try and take a nice, leisurely trip up to Big Bear for some rest and relaxation, but before they can say “GROTESQUE”, a clown-car full of maniac punks almost runs them off the road. These Hot Topic Terrorists end up haranguing the FM3 for the rest of the weekend and the crew end up in a blizz…
 
Join Chaos and Carnage for week 2 of Vincent Price month! This week, no Poe stories were harmed in the making of this movie or podcast - There is a pit, and there is a pendulum, but that's the only real overlap between this movie and Poe's short story. Vincent Price plays Nicholas, a nobleman in 16th century Spain, who is convinced his newly buried…
 
In this episode of the Post Mortem Show, Dom & JD give your their TOP 5 OBSCURE SLASHERS! In addition, there is horror news and the good and bad movies of the week. Thanks for listening! Can’t get enough Dom & JD? Check out our Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/postmortemshow for hundreds of bonus features as well as early access to ad-free episode…
 
2nd week of remake month brings us to a movie we both enjoy - Fright Night! We dissect the Twilight and Minority Report references, rollercoasters of emotions that Colin Farrell makes us feel (Parental Warning), and how Evil Ed is definitely #MisunderstoodEd. We love everyone in this movie, so buckle up for fawning over everyone. Be sure to rate an…
 
Tonight, we review HELD (2021, Magnet/Magnolia). Doc Rotten from Horror News Radio. Jeff Mohr from Decades of Horror: The Classic Era. And Crystal Cleveland, the Livin6Dead6irl from Decades of Horror: 1980s share their thoughts about this week's awesome collection of streaming horror films. Joining the crew is Horror News Radio co-host, Dave Dreher…
 
“Welcome to Starlight Hotel. Your room is reserved…Check-in…But never check out!” Well, they better have free breakfast and wi-fi. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – and as they check out the dwindling number of lodgers at the cut-rate hotel in Tobe Hooper’s Eaten Alive (1976). […]…
 
For this week’s episode of Horror Movie Weekly, Mister Watson chose an intriguing film for us to review that not as much a Found Footage film as it is a “Found Photograph” film! It also happens to be timely and socially relevant. In Episode 084, your late-night Horror hosts — Jay of the Dead, Channy Dreadful and Mister Watson — bring you a Feature …
 
In this episode, I talk to comedian Alisdair Beckett-King about the 1973 horror classic Don't Look NowLINKSTWITTER@misterABKYOUTUBEhttps://www.youtube.com/c/ABeckettKing/videosWEBSITEhttp://www.abeckettking.comTHE ALASDAIR BECKETT-KING MYSTORIEShttps://nextupcomedy.com/acts/rising/alasdairbeckett-kingTHE LOREMEN PODCASThttp://www.loremenpodcast.com…
 
Willie and Tim preview Wrestlemania 37, and recast some of the most iconic roles in horror history by casting some of their favorite pro wrestlers in them. This is a bonus episode that is available to $1/month patrons on our Patreon the day after a normal episode releases! They are also released into our normal feed on off-weeks since we typically …
 
Brian's a tough nut to crack. He didn't like DOLLS (1987) but he's a massive fan of BRIDE OF CHUCKY (1998)... We forgive him because at least he's picking better movies so far this year. You truly can't go wrong with Jennifer Tilly playing Jennifer Tilly's #1 fan and Brad Dourif being, well, Brad Dourif. You know we only have good things to say abo…
 
Thank God It's Friday! This week I am joined by the incredible Sloane writer and horror lover. This week we dive into the controversial sequel to Halloween, Halloween II. This movie has some of the craziest scenes and the BEST one liner of any Halloween movie ever made... See you next Friday! CW - violence, murder, and sexual content. Follow Sloane…
 
This week we hop in the wayback machine to April 2013, when all you had to do to make a funny movie was cast Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan as themselves. That’s right, we’ve watched SCARY MOVIE V and we’re together to decipher its dated pop culture references, challenge its cultural representations, and reminisce on some of our great movie-theate…
 
In the first of two episodes curated by Jacob for his birthday month, we investigate the growing tomato menace with Attack of the Killer Tomatoes and dream alone with the sensitive monster that is Swamp Thing! Sources: Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (1978) "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: An Oral History of the 1978 Film" by Sam Dean, Bon Appetit Swa…
 
We're kicking off Nightmare on Film Street's Reaper Madness Month with two Stephen King tales that wouldn't exist without drugs. Join your horror hosts Jon & Kim as they hoot and holler their way through Stephen King's Maximum Overdrive (1986), a movie that was (arguably) written, directed, and produced by cocaine. And for the comedown, we're settl…
 
Uncle Ben and Hollywood Steve are joined this week by Corri of the Jack of All Graves podcast to discuss The Mothman Prophecies. We talk cryptids for a hot second, Corri teaches us about the Mothman and John Keel, and if you stick around after the episode there's like 10 more minutes of episode! This was super fun to record! If you want to help dec…
 
Godzilla vs Kong is a complicated, mind bending thriller that will have you asking what is real. It’s got me wondering if movies will ever be the same again. (1:30) – Intro (5:55) – Trailer (7:00) – Synopsis (8:39) – Review (19:00) – Score (28:35) – Spoilers (55:30) – One Titty Challenge Competition @dgoebel00 on Instagram provided this amazing art…
 
The epic next chapter in the cinematic Monsterverse pits two of the greatest icons in motion picture history against one another - the fearsome Godzilla and the mighty Kong - with humanity caught in the balance. On this week’s episode… Join the crew as we discuss Alexander Skarsgard, Millie Bobby Brown, and the kaiju monster mash-up, Godzilla vs. K…
 
Join the Horror Cast gang as we chat about the latest Horror news and then talk about what we've been watching recently. Email us at askthehorrorcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter @thehcast Check out our Site and store at thehorrorcast.net Join the conversation on our Horrorcast Facebook Group horror, movie, film, halloween, scary, spooky, reviews…
 
We talk through one of Peter's all time favourite films - the 1981 John Landis horror comedy An American Werewolf in London. We go through many bits of behind the scenes trivia about the making of the movie, as well as discussing the characters, story, music, and absolutely stunning special effects by Rick Baker. Peter gets a bit self indulgent bec…
 
Welcome to HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, where it’s what’s inside that counts. In Episode 211, your resident baby daddies—Dr. Shock, Wolfman Josh and Gillman Joel—welcome a discussion of babies from hell, with feature reviews of It’s Alive! (1974), Demon Seed (1977), … Continue reading →Di Wolfman Josh Ligairi
 
In this episode we boot up our CD-ROM with 1994's Brainscan. This film was directed by John Flynn, written by Brian Owens and Andrew Kevin Walker, and stars Edward Furlong, Frank Langella, T. Ryder Smith, and Amy HargreavesIf you enjoy the show, give us a subscribe/rating/review and of course, tell your friends!We have some sweet merch for sale ove…
 
Burn the dolls and break your legs, we’re exploring the 2006 remake of THE WICKER MAN! This infamous Nicolas Cage vehicle gives us plenty to talk about, including Bush era masculinity, that hot new show WandaVision, and Evan Rachel Wood’s birthplace. So get ready for some Neil LaBute horror and voyage to Summersisle with us and a whole bunch of bea…
 
Loading …

Guida rapida

Google login Twitter login Classic login