Episodes

The Devil’s Advocate
This week's request comes courtesy of Alyssa. We're revisiting this 90's era mainstream thriller, starring Al Pacino and a pre-Matrix
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Needful Things
We picked this movie because he had such a prominent role. Have a look at yet another Stephen King adaptation
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The Fury
To be fair, Kirk Douglas is a legend. And so is Brian De Palma, the director. And so is John
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Making Contact
We really wanted to fall in love with Making Contact (originally titled Joey), but it just didn't make any damn
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The Witches
It turned out to be much scarier than we remembered, making it a perfect selection to continue our month of
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The Watcher In The Woods
What starts out as a simple ghost story takes a sharp and somewhat baffling turn. But what we can say
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The Gate
A bunch of kids are humanity's last hope to close the gates of hell, which they have inadvertently opened, thanks
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The House On Sorority Row
Sure, it's a bunch of girls in a sorority house getting stalked by a killer. But this incredible combination of
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Killer Klowns From Outer Space
We dedicate this episode and all of its clown gags to Tyler, who is turning 30 this week and requested
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City of the Living Dead (aka The Gates Of Hell)
Well, nobody ever accused famed Italian horror director Lucio Fulci of making classy films. Or even comprehensible ones.
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Scream
Does it hold up after all these years? Listen and find out. And thanks for YOUR loyal listenership and support
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3615 Code Père Noël (aka Deadly Games)
And yes, the similarity is strong: A young boy is forced to use traps to protect his home after a
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To All A Good Night
This Friday the 13th knockoff may be full of Christmas imagery, but that can't save it from being hilariously bad.
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Hide And Seek
And we make history by reviewing the very first Indian film ever on our podcast. If you're so inspired to
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Sleepwalkers
With early CGI morphing in all its glory, in-your-face incest, tons of celebrity cameos, and some fairly brutal violence, it
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Home Sweet Home
And it's a real turkey. But it does star Jake of "Body By Jake" fame! Where ya at, our 80's
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Alligator
Alligator has nothing remarkable about it, except that there are some remarkable people involved in it, and it has an
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All Hallows’ Eve
A gritty and not so great horror anthology redeems itself by the end, propelling its director straight into a career
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Once Bitten
This is Jim Carrey's big breakthrough - his first starring role as a frustrated teenage virgin who can't get his
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The Guest
Perfect for the season, and also a "perfectly serviceable film" by our standards, with a "smooookin' hot" guy leading the
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House of 1000 Corpses
We're resurrecting Rob Zombie's first full-length feature film, House of 1000 Corpses, and tearing it limb from limb. But mostly
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Ginger Snaps
We love this Canadian teenage werewolf story from the early aughts. Happy Halloween season!
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Braindead / Dead Alive
Braindead is often cited as the goriest film ever made, and it's hard to dispute. But it's a big favorite
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Witchboard
We always have fun on our show, but this week we had maybe even a little more fun than usual
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Cube
It's a late 90's, low-budget Canadian flick that spawned a franchise. There are more than 2 sides to this story...6,
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IT: Chapter One (2017)
The second part to the story is set to release next week, a scant 29 years after the original miniseries
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May
It's not one of our wackier conversations, because this week's episode is a seriously dark characters study of a disturbed
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The Hitcher
He passed away recently at the age of 75, but his legacy lives on in films such as Blade Runner
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Interview: Linnea Quigley + Creepozoids
We were honored to ask her about her experiences working on the low-budget horror features of the 80s and 90s,
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The Deadly Spawn
This homage to B-Movie sci-fi films of the 50s becomes the very definition of a "creature feature": An entire film
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There’s Nothing Out There
There's Nothing Out There is an amateurish 80's movie that nevertheless was, in some ways, ahead of its time. But
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Bone Tomahawk
We were told this was a horror movie, although it's at least 70% straight Western. Which doesn't mean we didn't
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Death House
We didn't have a lot of good things to say about this disappointing outing, based on a script from the
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The Wicker Man
Come with us as we unlock this puzzle of a film and talk about its storied history as Christopher Lee's
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Popcorn
The movies within a movie make THIS movie a joy to watch. More than anything, we want to attend the
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Hellraiser
We're twisting our puzzle box to unlock Clive Barker's directorial debut about a twisted group of people summoning a twisted
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The Taking of Deborah Logan
Even though it's a found-footage movie, even Todd found something to like about it.
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The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires
This was Hammer's last Dracula film in their series, and it's easy to see why.
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The Changeling
George C. Scott plays a composer stumbling his way, puzzled, through a haunted house. SUPPOSEDLY based on a true story,
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Mother’s Day (1980)
We expected to hate this movie but were pleasantly surprised. Listen as we fall all over each other to offer
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The Toxic Avenger
Todd was anxious to subject Craig to another Troma film - one that goes to the heart of the studio,
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The Stuff
An unknown mutant ice cream/yogurt/whipped cream concoction bubbles out of the ground and makes people crazy, but that doesn't stop
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Critters
There has been a small flurry lately of Critters-related activity, so we thought it was high time to review this
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Bill Oberst Jr. Interview: Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies
Bill Oberst Jr. is an Emmy Award-winning, mega-prolific actor in the horror genre who has amassed nearly 200 roles in
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Zombeavers
And what a ride it is. We found more charm here than your average , thanks to some excellent writing,
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Hereditary
This week's request comes from Joseph - last year's breakout horror hit, Hereditary. It boasts a stellar cast and, in
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The Lair of the White Worm
Is it self-aware satire or just a cheesy failure? Is it horror or comedy? There's a lot to unpack here
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Return of the Living Dead 2
Have a listen to see what we thought of this 80's horror comedy, and whether it stacks up to the
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Poltergeist II: The Other Side
Not quite as good as the original, but waaay better than Poultrygeist, if you must know.
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Exorcist II: The Heretic
It's what you get when a director who was never enthusiastic about the original tries to take the material in
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The Fly 2
February is once again our Month of Sequels again this year. We already did the David Cronenberg version of The
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Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night 2
We enjoying chatting about this odd little movie that should make a bit more sense than it does. The spirit
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Tremors
This 1950s-style monster movie from the 90's was such a staple of our childhoods that we were reluctant to tackle
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The Purge
Kicking off Request Month is this request from long-time listener, Karthik. We enjoyed having a rare political discussion (don't worry
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Bloody New Year
Sure wish we could've brought you a better New Year's themed horror film this week, but we're scraping the bottom
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Christmas Shorts
All the shorts in this episode are linked from our website at http://2guys.red40.net. Otherwise, Google is your friend!
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Jack Frost
Todd thought it was funny. Craig thought it was stupid. Listen to find out why and laugh along with us
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Red Christmas
Does this movie have an anti-abortion agenda? It sure seems like it, but it's impossible to tell for sure. Which
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Night of the Comet
More of a horror-comedy than straight horror, this quirky 80's throwback took us both by surprise. Two Valley Girls try
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A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors
We started this podcast with the Wes Craven film The People Under the Stairs, and so we tackled one of
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Thanksgiving Special: Blood Rage
Happy Thanksgiving, Americans! We're happy to treat to you this long-lost slasher film with all the trimmings: cheesy 80's music,
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Dolls
Stuart Gordon sure has the market cornered on killer doll movies. This more or less kicked off a line of
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Burnt Offerings
We varied a bit on our final assessment of this admittedly classic haunted house story, starring the incomparable Karen Black
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31
31
Happy Halloween! We end our series with the latest from Rob Zombie, aptly titled "31".
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Trick or Treats
Part four of our Halloween extravaganza was a fun episode to record. That doesn't necessarily mean the movie was fun.
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The Midnight Hour
This made-for-TV movie event from the 80's starred some well-known faces, but it hasn't remained well-known. You probably missed it
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Hellbent
Despite being billed as "the first gay slasher film," not many people have heard of this 2004 micro-budget indie movie.
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Dead and Buried
Studio interference probably kept this movie from becoming great. Our verdict? Listen to our first episode this Halloween season to
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Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead
Todd was thrilled to finally introduce Craig to the official Troma catalog, and he selected one of their most recent
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Invaders From Mars
We love to do kid-oriented horror movies, and this week we turn once again to Tobe Hooper's oeuvre for this
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Jeepers Creepers 3
Jeepers Creepers 3 sprung on us suddenly last year, seemingly out of nowhere. With a limited release in theaters for
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Dead Snow 2: Red Vs Dead
Normally we would wait until winter time to review a film about Nazi snow zombies, but we got several requests
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Def By Temptation
Request month continues with this early 90’s (and it shows) film with an all-African-American cast and crew, produced by Troma,
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Cujo
Based on a Stephen King novel, it departs from his book in a couple significant ways, which we discuss at
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The Reef
Very reminiscent of 2003 survival horror film Open Water, The Reef gives us a few more characters and a slightly
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I Know What You Did Last Summer
It's a star-studded cast in some breakthrough roles from writer Kevin Williamson, fresh off of the Scream franchise and Dawson's
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Humanoids From the Deep
Check out the blatant sexism of Humanoids from the Deep!
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Jaws 3-D
As a goofy time capsule of your typical 80's film, it's a fun ride through an improbably plot and even
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Sleepaway Camp
It's the middle of summer! Time for a month of summer-themed horror films from the 2 Guys Studios. Kicking it
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Hell House LLC
For a good example of how filmmakers can do little with nothing, this low-key horror film seems to push all
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As Above So Below
A team of people follow an ancient secret path through the catacombs of Paris to find the mythical philosopher's stone
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The Suckling
This laughable attempt at a film at least falls into the "so bad it's good" category when it's not offending
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Veronica
Don't get us wrong - it's an extremely well-made film and we enjoyed it considerably. Listen to our discussion for
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The Amityville Horror
We both remembered this as being fairly boring, and at least one of us hasn't revised that assessment. Regardless, it
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Train to Busan
This week's movie is a surprisingly good Korean zombie film, available to you on Netflix at the time of publishing.
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Don’t Look In The Basement
It's not fantastic, but we've seen worse and it has its charms.
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Don’t Go Into The Woods
The new gold standard against which all our “bad” horror movies are judged. You’ve been warned.
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Don’t Breathe
Produced by Sam Raimi, this wildly successful thriller combined suspense with some fairly brutal violence. Have a listen for our
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Don’t Look Now
We start with this classy, classic, stylish supernatural thriller starring Donald Sutherland. It may not be the most action-packed film
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April Fool’s Day (1986)
In celebration of April Fool's Day next week, here is another 80' slasher film starring none other than Biff from
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Intruder (1989)
The Sam Raimi team of misfits gathers together in 1989 to add to the growing pile of middling 80's slasher
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Tokyo Gore Police
All you need to know is in the title. We follow the exploits of an "Engineer Hunter" in the madcap
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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Part 2
We chose this film to finish up our month of notorious #2's because Hooper and Co. decided to go a
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Friday the 13th: Part 2
The first appearance of Jason as the killer requires a few leaps in logic and plausibility, but it did set
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House 2: The Second Story
Very different in tone from the original House (which we have previously discussed), we had fond memories of this horror-comedy
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A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge
The history behind this sequel is much more interesting than the film itself. We examine it in all its glory.
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High Tension
Alexandre Aja has a reputation for making extremely violent gorefests, and this one kicked it off for him. We have
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Phenomena
Dario Argento's films don't make a lot of logical sense, but they are so well-crafted and creative, with such beautiful
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Get Out
Jordan Peele made a surprising turn from comedy to horror with this surprise hit that pushed all the right buttons.
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A Christmas Horror Story
Better late than never! We kick off 2018 with a brief look back and Christmas with the EXCELLENT and supremely
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Better Watch Out
Season's Greetings! We absolutely loved unwrapping this holiday package. So go check it out now on your favorite streaming service
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Dead Snow
Sorry for the lateness of this week's (last week's!) episode. In keeping with our holiday-ish theme, we went with a
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Child’s Play
Child's Play is a classic, and one of the longest running movie series of all time. We revisit this classic
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Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
Take a high-school sex comedy, mix it with a modern zombie flick, and you'll get Scout's Guide to the Zombie
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Of Unknown Origin
Rounding out Request Month comes a suggestion from Nick Sible about a killer rat.
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Dementia 13 (1963)
Loyal listener Manuel requested this week's topic - another Roger Corman classic that also happens to be Francis Ford Coppola's
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The Babysitter (2017)
First, head over to Netflix to watch this right away. Then, drop back here to listen to our thoughts and
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Satan’s Little Helper
This year, we scraped up this little-known flick with a mostly-unknown cast that happens to include Amanda Plummer. How she
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Cannibal Ferox
Umberto Lenzi died about a week ago. We pay tribute to his memory the way we tend to do on
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Something Wicked This Way Comes
Based on the novel by Ray Bradbury, from a script from Ray Bradbury, this was a bit of a dark
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Night of the Demons
The poster art alone is scary enough. There may not be the scariest movie behind it, but it's high camp
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The Amityville Horror 2: The Possession
Terrible acting, nonsensical plot, blatant ripoffs of much better films, and some brother-on-sister action are just a few of the
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Jeepers Creepers 2
Regardless of what you think of Victor Salva, we have to admit that he makes some very entertaining films.
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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Tobe Hooper died a couple weeks ago at the age of 74. He left behind a crazy assortment of horror
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IT – Part 2 (1990)
Suffice to say that we found the conclusion even more disappointing than we remembered it being.
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IT – Part 1 (1990)
There's another remake on the horizon. So we thought we'd pay tribute to Stephen King's magnum opus, "It", by looking
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Eyes Without A Face
This week we go back to the classics. The quality of this surreal French film stunned us both - even
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XX
We both love horror anthology pics, but we ended up a bit divided on this one overall. Have a listen
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Night of the Living Dead
RIP George Romero. Our tribute episode to a man who changed the face of horror and exploitation film forever.
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Spookies
Well, it's a practical effects extravaganza. You get double the storyline for your money. There's a host of zany characters.
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Evilspeak
Clint Howard, Ron Howard's less attractive younger brother, began a long career in horror movies with this "high tech" fright
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Trick or Treat (1986)
Not to be confused with the far better film "Trick R Treat," this heavy metal horror film may not be
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Clown
Like many of the critics before us, we felt this movie was uneven enough to prevent us from giving it
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Eloise
This paint-by-numbers haunted insane asylum story is far from "insanely horrifying," but it's not the worst film we've seen, by
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Zombie Nightmare
This turkey - one of his few horror films - has to be one of the absolute best so-bad-it's-good horror
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Rec
This Spanish-language film takes place in a Barcelona apartment building, as a television producer gets trapped in a quarantine situation
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The Boxer’s Omen
Ah, where to begin with this one? Scary it is not, but you'd be hard-pressed to find a more wacky
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It’s Alive
By the end, we were unexpectedly touched by this dated but unique "killer baby" movie.
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The Eyes of My Mother
This slow burn creep-fest really got under our skin and we enjoyed discussing its many nuances.
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Puppet Master
Who knew there was such a market for mediocre killer puppet movies?
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Bay Of Blood
We're both happy to discuss this Mario Bava giallo flick, which turned out to be the granddaddy of the slasher
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Galaxy of Terror
This Roger Corman-produced Alien-ripoff also happened to send a young James Cameron on his way to film stardom. It's hard
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Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama
Thank you, Mr. DeCouteau, for your tireless efforts at making movies that people want to watch.
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Sinister
Loyal listener Jordyn picked this week's movie, so we invited her along to discuss with us the utterly disturbing 2012
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Martin
Not many people outside the die-hard horror circles have even heard of George Romero's vampire tale, Martin. Sometime between Night
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The Fly (1986)
Our good friend and self-professed Jeff Goldblum fanatic, Simone, joins us on an adventure into sadness and absolutely disgusting makeup
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Near Dark
Our tribute episode to the late, great Bill Paxton, who puts a chilling yet lovable turn on the classic vampire-biker-western
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House (1986)
So it’s a bit goofy and dated, but where else can you see The Greatest American Hero as a popular
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Tales From the Hood
Although we are clearly not the target audience for this film, we did find some redeeming qualities in this otherwise
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Shaun of the Dead
Simon Pegg's debut to American audiences fires on all cylinders as a rollicking comedy. Yet it's the strong characters and
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The Bird With the Crystal Plumage
This directorial debut by horror legend Dario Argento also happens to be both his first and perhaps most accessible feature
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The Ring (2002)
It's a bleak story, but we both seemed to like it a lot better on the second go-round. Listen to
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Student Bodies (1981)
We both found plenty to laugh at in this Naked Gun-style send-up of pre-1982 horror films.
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The Monster Squad
The three of us enjoyed chatting about this "Goonies for horror fans," delivered like a time capsule from the 1980's.
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Hostel
Both of us were surprised at how we viewed Hostel through the lens of about 10 years. Craig didn't care
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Society (1989)
Neither of us can figure out how this shocker escaped our notice all these years. All we can say is,
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New Year’s Evil
Brought to you by the Globus-Golan team of schlocksters behind the late Cannon Films production powerhouse, we can't even say
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Gremlins
Gremlins is a Christmas classic, inside and out. Yet it was originally released during the summer to go head-to-head against
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P2
Listen to our take on two excellent performances by two talented actors in this American-Canadian production that flopped on its
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Sint
Neither of us cared for Sint very much, despite a high production value and intriguing premise. But we enjoyed dissecting
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Silent Night Deadly Night 5: The Toymaker
We kick off the 2016 holiday season with the 5th installment of the infamous killer Santa horror saga. Only this
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You’re Next
This home invasion film puts a bit of a twist on the genre. We both enjoyed discussing this fast-paced gem.
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Waxwork
As an artifact of 80's filmmaking and the lost art of practical monster effects, Waxwork survives to deliver to today's
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The Descent
Check out our take on this surprisingly original monster movie with a cast of strong women that relies on more
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Tales of Halloween
They just don't make 'em like this anymore. We thought Tales of Halloween was a solid horror anthology that was
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Halloween 3
Fresh off the heels of two commercially successful films starring Michael Meyers, Team John Carpenter took a left turn and
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Elvira Mistress of the Dark
It didn't make a big splash, but it did make a huge impression on both of us - and, we
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Bleed (2016)
With everything but the kitchen sink thrown into the plot, we were left confused and a bit let down by
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The Return of the Living Dead
It's the Linnea Quigley's breakout role (and what a role it is). And it's responsible for the idea that zombies
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Freddy vs. Jason
What would be more spectacular than pitting two horror icons together in a battle to the death? We're wild about
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Final Destination
We're joined this week by special guest Simone Yamshon as we discuss the premiere entry into the Final Destination movie
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Fright Night (1985)
From fantastic performances to iconic cover art, this movie has heart and soul that holds up just as strong today,
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Crimson Peak
We both loved this movie in so many ways.
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Basket Case
Basket Case occupies a certain place in horror history, and is surprisingly compelling despite its low production value. Find out
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Cooties
Why has this hilarious horror-comedy flown under the radar? Penned by the minds behind Saw and Glee, An ensemble cast
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The Burning
A cast of surprising stars leads this slasher into territory that is perhaps a little more heartfelt and genuine than
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Prom Night (1980)
Whoa boy, did we enjoy deconstructing this terribly forgettable flick that, nevertheless, stars primo scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis -
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Jeepers Creepers
Our second Victor Salva movie (we previously discussed Clownhouse), and it's clear this man has some style and originality in
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Little Shop of Horrors
This classic from Roger Corman has spawned a hit musical and terrific 1980's movie update starring Rick Moranis. Yeah, there
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We Are Still Here
We were definitely split on this unique throwback to those old Italian giallo horrors of the 70's. Shout out to
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Night of the Creeps
We hold mixed feelings about Fred Dekker's dated but charming send-up to classic sci-fi and horror films. But it's worth
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The Lost Boys
Happy 4th of July! This episode has no relation to the holiday, but we thought we'd say it anyway. While
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New Nightmare
This week, we dip back into the Wes Craven collection for what is arguably the very best film in the
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The Final Girls
Not gonna lie: We loved this movie to death, and can't imagine any horror fan who wouldn't go crazy over
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They Live
Consider the tag line: "You see them on the street. You watch them on TV. You might even vote for
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Deadly Friend
Deadly Friend is the third Wes Craven film we've reviewed this year in the wake of his death.
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Ravenous
Anyone out there heard of Ravenous? We thought not. This almost forgotten flick featured an all-star cast and a strong
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Sorority House Massacre 2
Sorority House Massacre 2 may be an exercise in boobs and ridiculousness, but it has a few tricks up its
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Pet Sematary
Pet Sematary is beginning to show its age. Once considered one of the better of the Stephen King adaptations, we
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Chopping Mall
Todd is a big Jim Wynorski fan, and recommends this movie as a gateway into his cornball, highly entertaining earlier
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Funny Games
Funny Games is a shot-for-shot American remake of the 1997 Austrian film by the same director, Michael Haneke.
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Hausu
Craig and I have a divided opinion over this rare love-it-or-hate-it movie that's often described as "a live-action Scooby Doo."
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Cloverfield
It's a Godzilla movie told shaky-cam-style from the ground level, and we both agree it's pretty rad. Todd hadn't seen
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The Loved Ones
If John Hughes directed horror films instead of angsty teen comedies, his first film would've been The Loved Ones. It's
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The Witch
Currently out in the theaters now, The Witch wears its heart on its hand-sewn, river-washed sleeve. It reminded us of
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Tucker and Dale vs. Evil
This week we dip back into comedy, where a case of mistaken-identity on the part of some overzealous college kids
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Let the Right One In
Many fans herald this as the best vampire tale of all time, so of course we had to give it
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Troll
Marketed as a straight horror film, Troll is more a children's fantasy movie with some grotesque horror elements, along with
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This classic established Lucio Fulci as one of Italy's most popular horror directors during the 70's.
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Excision
Excision is a sublime horror movie with an all-star cast that seems to have flown completely under the radar.
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Deep Red
This week, we dive into a whole new subgenre of film - the Italian giallo pic - with one of
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Phantasm
This unlikely cult hit kicked off a string of sequels - the latest of which should be released later this
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The Green Inferno
It's been a long time since we've seen a cannibal-themed horror film. Eli Roth's passion project is a shout-out to
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Sweet 16
Though it boasts a cast that is way too good on paper to crank out such a schlockfest, at least
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Terror Train
We're a bit puzzled why this 80's slasher has remained under the radar for so long since its release.
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Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale
We loved the unique setting and situation in this evil Santa story, even if it was a letdown at points.
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Christmas Evil
A cuit classic in some circles, we weren't quite sure what to make of this weird little film. But we
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Krampus
For this second week of our horror-themed Christmas films, we headed straight to the theater for this brand new film
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Black Christmas
Join us by the Yule log as we unwrap this overlooked but stellar Christmas horror film, by the writer-director of
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Bloodbath at the House of Death
Today's film is like the Airplane of horror films - a long-forgotten gem from the UK boasting Vincent Price as
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Clownhouse
Clownhouse isn't going to win any awards for the best film around, but it's Sam Rockwell's very first feature, and
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Goodnight Mommy
It turns out we had a lot to talk about for a film with such little dialogue. But we found
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Witching and Bitching
What begins as a heist film quickly descends into hilarious chaos as a group of wanna-be criminals run afoul of
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Saw
We revisit Saw with our first guest, Kristin Sorhus-Hafen - who doesn't normally do horror, and is watching it for
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The Woman In Black
We were less-than-impressed with Daniel Radcliffe's first film after the Harry Potter series, but it may be good for those
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Trick or Treat
Trick or Treat is the Halloween movie to end all Halloween movies, and we had a ball discussing it this
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Creep
Todd & Craig discuss last year's surprisingly novel found footage flick, Creep. Let's just say it lives up to its
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A Nightmare on Elm Street
Todd & Craig continue their tribute to Wes Craven with another look at the classic that made Freddy Krueger a
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People Under the Stairs
For our inaugural episode, in honor of horror icon Wes Craven’s recent passing, we take a look at 1991’s The
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