All Hallows’ Eve

A gritty and not so great horror anthology redeems itself by the end, propelling its director straight into a career in filmmaking, and potentially bringing us a new horror icon to rival Jason and Freddy. Happy Halloween everyone!


4 Replies to “All Hallows’ Eve”

  1. Amelia

    Hi Todd and Craig,

    Long time listener since 2016. You’re one of my favorite horror movie podcasts. Thank you for all you time and work.

    I have to agree with you the Terrifier (2016) is the better film, and the first film that I’ve seen by the director. Though I hated the ending/twist of the 2016 film.

    If you’re still taking requests, I was wondering if you could review Mulberry Street (2006), which had been released through After Dark Films that year. It’s one of my favorite early 2000’s horror films that I find gets overlooked in time over similar films like Rec (2007).

    Thank you.

    • toddkuhns

      Hi Amelia! Thank you for the kind words. It’s so good to hear from someone who has inexplicably stuck with us for so long. Thank you for the request. I have never heard of Mulberry Street, and I will immediately add it to our request list for the near future. Thanks again for dropping us a note!

  2. Gary

    Hey, fellas. I found two Thanksgiving horror films on Hulu, Pilgrim and Flesh & Blood. I know it’s been harder to find Thanksgiving themed movies, so hopefully this helps. If not a member you can do a month free trial to have access to these films.

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