It may be Halloween season but that doesn’t mean we aren’t mixing it up like always! We return with another mash on Episode 102 and this time we’ve got some heavy metal horror, classic horror and an instant horror-comedy classic. Available now on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy the show!
We return after our celebratory, franchise revisit episodes with something new! Previously we have taken a look at werewolf movies, vampires in cinema and Frankenstein films. Naturally, its now time to take a look at the “timeless” mummy sub-genre. We focus heavily on Universal’s films but also explore some of the Hammer offerings as well as other random Mummies throughout cinema. Available now on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blong. We hope you enjoy the show!
We went back to Haddonfield and Camp Crystal Lake, so naturally it’s time to return to Springwood for our 100TH EPISODE! We are very excited, not only to reach triple digit shows but also to examine this franchise again. Some of the Grizz and I’s opinion were contested by others, including our three co-hosts joining this time around. As previously performed, we cover each entry with reassessments from the Grizz and Wagstaff as well as opinions from Vinny, Todd and Rybones. It has been quite a fun ride getting here with you all and this episode is no exception as we had such a fun time recording. Sure, it got a little heated at times – but passionate fandom will do that. Thank you for riding with us this far. We sincerely appreciate your support. Now go write us a review on iTunes! We hope you enjoy the show which is now available on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog.
On the last episode we returned to Haddonfield and now its time to head back for some summer antics, premarital sex, partying and camping at Camp Crystal Lake. Like before, we run through all of the franchise entries as Grizzly and Wagstaff reassess their opinions, while Vinny, Todd, and Rybones share theirs. Now available on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjow the sh-sh-sh-show!
As we round the corner towards our 100th episode milestone, we are taking some time to revisit some old friends! Hint – friends that we all know by their first name <wink wink>. As fans, our relationships with films change over time from different experiences, repeat viewings and our very own constantly changing perspectives. So we thought it would be fun to take a trip back to some of the most beloved horror franchises of our generation, not only to re-evaluate and weigh against our previous opinions on earlier episodes, but also to lend an opportunity for our three newer co-hosts, who weren’t there then, to share their thoughts. We hope you have at least half as much fun listening, as we did recording them! Now available on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog.
The time is here for another mash episode! Your original three hosts bring Pontypool (2008), Parents (1989) and Truth or Dare (2013) to the table on this episode. Available now on iTunes, Podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy the show!
"Do sit down, Sergeant. Shocks are so much better absorbed with the knees bent." We couldn't agree more so have a seat and join us we take a look at Robin Hardy's 1973 cult-classic "The Wicker Man", its 2006 remake of the same name and Hardy's 2011 sequel "The Wicker Tree". I'll give you a hint, we think one is much better than the other two <wink wink>. Available now on iTunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy the show!
Since Eli Roth entered the lexicon of modern horror, notably at the front of the "splat pack", he has been debated divisively among horror fans ad nauseam. Fueled by horror fandom, his movies have been a treat for a large portion of the horror community. Within this episode we cover Roth's filmography, highs and lows, and where we stand on each entry and his legacy. Available now on itunes, podbean, mixcloud and our blog. We hope you enjoy the show!