Shawn Guests on This Movie Saved My Life Podcast!!!

Frequent Elements of Horror contributor Professor John Trafton and Photographer Extraordinaire Miles Fortune have a podcast everyone should check out called This Movie Saved My Life. This week, John and Miles welcome The Horror Vision’s own Shawn C. Baker on as a guest to discuss all things Horror, with a particular focus on 1998’s Fallen with Denzel Washington and John Goodman!

A Most Horrible Library

Welcome back to A Most Horrible Library! This week, Shawn and Chris dive into Laird Barron’s newest Isaiah Coleridge novel The Wind Began to Howl (Bad Hand Books), The Bone Orchard Mythos: Tenement from Jeff Lemire & Andrea Sorrentino (Image Comics), Steve Niles and Damien Worm’s Brynmore (IDW) and The Walking Dead Deluxe from Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard (Image Comics).

Stewart Thorndike’s Bad Things

We start this episode with a spoiler-free review of Stewart Thorndike’s new film Bad Things! This episode’s Classic Corner is Daniel Haller’s 1970 adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s The Dunwich Horror. Also, Kevin Smith’s Tusk, Jennifer Lynch’s Chained, Ulli Lommel’s The Boogey Man. Plus – A lot more!!!

A Most Horrible Library Returns!

The new episode of A Most Horrible Library is up! That’s right, Chris & Shawn are back to talk all things Horror literature/comics. This week, we talk about Stephen King’s Fairy Tale , Jeff Lemire & Gabriel H. Walta’s Phantom Road, and James Tynion IV’s Bluebook. Also, a re-read of Cullen Bunn & Vanesa R. Del Rey’s The Empty Man and a lot more!

The Last Voyage of the Demeter/Meg 2 Spoiler-Free Reviews!

We do spoiler-free reviews of André Øvredal’s The Last Voyage of the Demeter & Ben Wheatley’s (!) Meg 2: The Trench. We also talk a heck of a lot about the fact that Ben Wheatley directed this new Megalodon thrill ride. Also, Tori and Anthony school the rest of us on the majesty of Stevan Mena’s Malevolence trilogy! Plus, Vinegar Syndrome’s new Blu-Ray transfer of Asia Argento’s The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things, Stephen Graham Jones’s Don’t Fear the Reaper, Shudder’s Sharksploitation doc, Kurtis David Harder’s Influencer and Spiral, and fresh assessments of Damian Mc Carthy’s Caveat & Lee Cronin’s Evil Dead Rise!

The Boogeyman Spoiler-Free Review

Spoiler-free reviews for Rob Savage’s The Boogeyman, as well as The Angry Black Girl and Her MonsterUnwelcomeThe Black DemonConsecration & Huesersa: The Bone Woman. Ray continues his deep-dive into previously unseen Horror, and Shawn relates his first finished play-through on the new Switch version of No One Lives Under the Lighthouse, as well as why he loved Ivy Tholen’s Slasher novel Tastes Like Candy.


The first part of the episode is a spoiler-free review, then with ample warning for those who haven’t seen the film yet, we go into a full-spoiler discussion of why this was so much damn fun!