Midwest Monsters Episode 116 - A Mother’s Day Special

May 13, 2018

Our focus on holiday horror continues as we celebrate Mother’s Day! On this episode we take a look at Troma’s “Mother’s Day” from 1980, Darren Lynn Bousman’s 2010 remake of the same name and John Waters’ dark comedy “Serial Mom” from 1994. Now available on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy the show!

 

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Midwest Monsters Episode 115 - The Urban Legend Trilogy

May 1, 2018

On this episode we take a look at the often overlooked “Urban Legend” Trilogy. Frequently dismissed as a product of the late-90's, post-Scream onslaught of  imitation, we take a look at all of them to see if that’s actually the case. Available now on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. Join us! Then go give us a review on iTunes! Thanks for listening friends.

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Midwest Monsters Episode 114 - The Monster Mash 30

April 15, 2018

We hit our 30th offering of the “Mash” on this episode as we take a look at The Ritual (2017), Late Phases (2014), The Strangers (2008) and Pieces (1982). Available now on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. Thanks for listening!

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Midwest Monsters Episode 113 - An April Fool’s Day Special

April 1, 2018

We have cycled back to our April Fools episode and thankfully this time, no pranks are being played except on screen – which means we (and you) aren't suffering through cinematic excrement this time. On this episode we take a look at “April Fool’s Day”, both the original from the 80s as well as the 2008 remake before closing things out with Slaughter High. Available now on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy! 

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Midwest Monsters Episode 112 - The Three Mothers Trilogy

March 14, 2018

Dario Argento has made many beloved Italian horror films, with Suspiria being arguably his biggest. On this episode we take a deeper look at his "Three Mothers" trilogy, which consists of the seminal Suspiria and its two sequels, Inferno and Mother of Tears.  Now available on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy!

 

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Midwest Monsters Episode 111 - The Monster Mash 29

March 1, 2018

We are back with another mash! On this episode we cover Leatherface (2017), Bug, It Follows and Train to Busan. Now available on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy the show!

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Midwest Monsters Episode 110 - A Valentine’s Day Special

February 14, 2018

Roses are Red, violets are blue, we love holiday horrors, how about you? We return to celebrate with some holiday-based horror selections for Valentine's Day on this epsiode! We take a look at My Bloody Valentine (1981), My Bloody Valentine (2009) and Valentine (2001). Now available on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy!

 

 

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Midwest Monsters Episode 109 - Witches A Roundtable Discussion

February 1, 2018

We come together again for another Roundtable Discussion with the classic sub-genre of Witches. We live deliciously as we take a look at witches throughout the history of cinema but first we are lucky enough to have friend of the show Cheri Ellefson, join us to discuss the earlier history of Witches. Available now on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy the show!

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Midwest Monsters Episode 108 - The Monster Mash 28

January 15, 2018

We bring 4 more various movies and mash them together in, you guessed it, “The Monster Mash”! On this episode Vinny selected “Freaks” (1932), Todd chose “Witchboard” (1986), Grizz picked “Death Spa” (1989) and I brought “Nightbreed” (1990) to the table. Available now on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy the show!

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Midwest Monsters Episode 107 - A Tribute to George A. Romero

January 1, 2018

As we say hello to a new year, we say goodbye to a legend. George A. Romero was many things: a visionary, a rebel, independent, intelligent, warm, loyal and so much more; but equally as important, he was loved. He was loved deeply by his family, friends and his fans. He has inspired generation after generation, not only with social commentary but also with an independent filmmaker mythos. His mark left is undeniable and his presence in the horror community is severely missed already. George A. Romero once said “If I fail, the film industry writes me off as another statistic. If I succeed, they pay me a million bucks to fly out to Hollywood and fart.” Thankfully for all of us, George always kept that in mind and made what he wanted to make. Join us as we celebrate the career of one of our favorite filmmakers. The show is available now on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy the show and Happy New Year!

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