Ray and Shawn go over their recent viewings, and there are A LOT of recommendations therein. From Netflix’s new Fear Street: 1994 to Ray’s impressions
Let’s take a deep dive today, fiends! Today’s double feature is all about monsters from deep down in the ocean. In my opinion, today’s double
Let’s get physical, fiends! And I’m not talking about aerobics. Nope, what I am talking about is sex! And not just sex, but freaky sex
We talk about the third installment in James Wan’s Conjuring series! We stay spoiler-free while we discuss what we liked, didn’t like, and how this
Good evening horror fiends! If you did not imagine that said in the voice of the one and only iconic Vincent Price, then get ready
Get ready for beauty with bite fiends! Strip clubs are very lascivious places where men throw their money down for sexy ladies to dance and
Now that Rose Glass’s debut feature Saint Maud is readily available to watch on VOD we’ve got a review! Did A24 hit it big again
It’s time for payback, fiends! If you are any kind of horror fan, you know that there is a revenge sub-genre. It has existed almost
It’s time to giggle, fiends! Sometimes we all need to take a break from people turning into demons and zombies and just have some fun
We give you our reviews of the new Mortal Kombat flick, Jakob’s Wife, as well as discussing Steve Niles’ Winnebago Graveyard, Amazon’s Them, the Hail
Alright fiends, let’s get cheesy! I make no pretense about my love for cheesy cinema. Some movies are just so bad that they wrap around
Alright fiends, let’s get metaphysical! Today the double feature goes into the territory of Horror-Science Fiction. Usually, when this particular subgenre of Horror gets mentioned,
This episode, Anthony gives his review of Adam Wingard’s King Kong vs. Godzilla, and as a diehard fan of the giant lizard, we trust his
Let’s get hairy, fiends! Today’s Cineray recommended movies are two of my favorite werewolf movies ever! Ever since I was a kid, werewolves have been
We review a bunch of new stuff, including Anthony Scott Burns’ new film, Come True, the Wrong Turn re-boot, and Jerren Lauder’s Stay Out of
Let’s get imaginary friends! For today’s double feature, we need to all try and remember back to our childhoods. For some, it may have been
Let’s get meta fiends! To be fair, today’s Cineray double feature is not entirely about being meta. These movies are also focused on crazy gore,
In the newest episode of A Most Horrible Library, Chris and Shawn talk about a bunch of new Horror series’ with number ones currently on
Chris helps Shawn get the various editions of Bernie Wrightson’s Frankenstein straight, then takes him through the Archie Comics’ Horror line – Jughead the, Hunger,
Class is in sessions, fiends! All right, today I am recommending a double feature of foundational horror. Horror, like any other film genre, becomes more
Ray discusses Tobe Hooper’s 80s Space-Vampire movie Lifeforce as a homage to Hammer Horror by way of Twins of Evil. Tori has an awesome theory
All right, fiends, let’s get disturbed! I tend to build my double features based around my interests and what I find entertaining, but honestly, that
Greetings, horror fiends. Think about it: we spend our days working or doing whatever we have to, and every night we sleep to restore ourselves.
We talk about the lost gem of 2020 – Mark Tonderai’s Spell! This one’s gnarly folks, and we’ll tell you why it would have been
Chris and Shawn sit down on Zoom for a nice, lengthy discussion with comics writer/artist Jeremy Haun, creator of The Red Mother, 40 Seconds, The
Chris takes Shawn through a deep-dive on all five of the Hill House imprint books from DC Comics, and Shawn talks Vault’s Dorian Gray sequel
Steven Kostanski’s new film Psycho Goreman hit VOD on Friday and Anthony and Shawn have seen it and wish to sing its praises! Here’s their
It’s Cineray time, fiends! All right, if you are like me, the last year has been challenging. And if you are a lot like me,
Hey there fiends, today’s Cineray recommendations are going to seem bizarre together. Both were released in the last year, and they are going to seem
We talk Part for of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Love & Monsters, HBO’s Heaven’s Gate documentary, Fingers, Alex de la Iglesia’s 30 Coins, our
All right, today’s review is for Society by Brian Yuzna with effects by Screaming Mad George. Word of warning right up front, this is going to be
All right, horror fiends! Today’s suggestion for a double feature will feature two of the best sequels in horror movie history. You may ask why
A horrifically new literary podcast from the creators of The Horror Vision! Join Chris and Shawn as they discuss all things Horror Literature/Comics. This first
Ready to get intense horror fiends? Today’s Cineray double feature recommendation is not just going to very time-consuming, but it will also be emotionally taxing.
It’s the end of the year (finally), and thus, time for the time-honored tradition of ranking our favorite Horror films from the last 12 months!
Happy Holidays, fiends! If you are like me, somewhere in an old family photo album or special holiday frame is a picture of a child
Well, it’s that season again, fiends! That time when we get crap for watching horror movies during the “holidays.” It’s also when we get together
Chris, Ray, and Shawn meet up to talk about all things Horror! First, hear Chris talk about the joys of not only Max Brooks’s new
Hey, there horror fiends! Today I am going to recommend a couple of movies with monsters. But not just any monsters. Nope, today I am
Anthony, Tori, and Shawn meet up to talk about all they’ve been reading and watching. Big review this week is Shudder’s Porno, which dropped just
Hey horror fiends! This week was Thanksgiving, and if you are like me, you had enough turkey to last you a while. But thankfully, we
Anthony and Shawn spend a calm afternoon catching up on recent viewings. Josh Boone’s New Mutants, Micah Gallo’s Itsy Bitsy, Jeremy Gardner’s After Midnight, and
Tori spent her October doing the unthinkable – watching ALL 9 seasons of American Horror Story start to finish. Hear her talk about the experience.
All right, all you hip horror hounds, it’s time for another groovy Cineray double feature. If you are picking up what I am putting down
Mark it – the first in-person episode of our show since COVID began! Anthony and Shawn gather under the same room but at a safe
One thing this past Halloween really highlighted for me is the fact that there is an abundance of short films in the Horror Genre, and
Hey fiends! So Halloween has come and gone, and if you were like me, it was somewhat uneventful while you sat at home being safe.
Ray, Anthony, and Shawn hit Zoom to talk about all their pre-Halloween watches. We talk about The Mortuary Collection, Tremors 7: Shrieker Island, The Haunting
Ray, Kirsten, and Shawn bring you their immediate review/reaction to the nine short films and plethora of awesome trailers that Joe Bob Briggs, Darcy the
All right fiends, its time for some vampire fun. Now I normally don’t like to make a double feature that includes sequels. It just feels
It’s our two-year anniversary, so Chris, Ray, Anthony, and Shawn hit Zoom and talk about everything they’ve been watching. In this episode we talk Ron
Ray and Shawn give you their quick, spoiler-free review from Beyondfest 2020’s West Coast premiere of Benson and Moorhead’s long-awaited Synchronic and Justin Simien’s Bad
All right fiends, let’s get weird. Horror as a genre is an interesting one when you consider what it encompasses. From giant monsters to slashers
Ray and Shawn coming at you directly from the after-show parking lot at the Mission Tiki Drive-In Movie Theatre in Montclair, CA! It’s opening night
For today’s Cineray recommendations, the focus is on the early career of David Cronenberg with the films Shivers, Rabid, and The Brood. These films are very early
This episode, Tori, Ray, Anthony, and Shawn meet back up on Zoom to discuss The Shed and Random Acts of Violence, both recent additions to
All right fiends, the summertime is about to come to a close! But before it does, how about some fun summertime slashers? Today will be
As quarantine crawls into its fifth month, Tori, Anthony, and Shawn meet up online to talk about everything they’ve been watching/reading to keep them sane.
Hey there horror fiends, for some summertime vampire fun, this week’s double feature is Vampires directed John Carpenter and Near Dark directed by Kathryn Bigelow. The weather is starting
The column where Ray tells you what to watch if you want to have a ‘goddamn good time, damnit!’
Vault Comics’ The Plot I am of the ilk that believes comic books can be literature. There are the obvious entries into that argument, graphic
Join Ray, Tori, and Shawn for a short, impromptu episode where we discuss Pascal Laugier’s 2008 masterpiece Martyrs, as well as the New Wave of
This past weekend Ray and Shawn dug into two highly anticipated Horror releases – Natalie Erika James’ Relic and Jeffrey A. Brown’s The Beach House.
After a small website mishap – thank you Amy for the save – we’re back, with an episode we recorded nearly a month ago! Hear
Tori, Anthony, Ray, and Shawn gather via Zoom to discuss one of the greatest
Still in Quarantine, Anthony, Chris, Ray, and Shawn gather remotely to discuss Travis Steven’s 2018 film Girl on the Third Floor. Also discussed, the criminally
Still relegated to meetings on Zoom but happy to help flatten the curve, Anthony,
While the smart people in the world remain sheltered-in-place, Chris, Ray, and Shawn hold
Hear our Spoiler-Free Review for the feel-good hit of the summer! The fiends take a field trip to the local big box theatre to support
This episode we watch and react to Jon Wright’s delightful 2012 Horror/Comedy Grabbers, an Irish monster movie with a beautiful setting and a drunken cast.
Yes, Shawn loved Underwater so much that he invited his fellow fiends from The Horror Vision to go out and see it in the theatre.
Shawn tells you in six-and-a-half minutes why you should GO SEE THIS MOVIE!!!
While an insidious virus sweeps its way across the South Bay, Anthony and Shawn hide out in a covert bunker and press play on what
We’re back with a double-sized mutha-f*&ka of an episode! Tori, Anthony, Ray, and Shawn watch and review Jaron Henrie-McCrea’s WONDERFUL The Gateway (aka Curtain), which
In this episode, we gather to watch and discuss James Gunn’s 2006 slime-encrusted masterpiece, Slither. Ray was a bit concerned this one would be too
This episode we do things a bit different. First, we begin fresh from a group viewing of Michael Goi’s Mary, starring Gary Oldman and Emily
No, we do not talk about Frankenstein in this episode. This is the “Frankenstein” episode because due to faulty batteries and an increasing amount of
Holy smokes – Shawn just returned from the Screamfest Premiere of Jen and Sylvia Soska’s remake of David Cronenberg’s Rabid and he is foaming
Pardon the free-form feel of this quick episode, but it’s late and we’ve just arrived home after the sensory overload experience that is Joe Begos’
Chris, Ray, and Shawn gather want you to mark Thursday, September 26th as the day Shudder brought Creepshow back from beyond the veil! That’s right
SPOILER FREE REVIEW: It’s the most wonderful time of the year as BeyondFest 2019 goes into full swing! Shawn flies solo on this quick take
Anthony, Tori, Ray, and Shawn gather on a Saturday night to watch Richard Stanley’s 1990’s Trash-Tec epic, Hardware! Before were get there, however, we discuss
And there’s not a trailer yet, but being that Joe Begos’ VFW recently premiered at Fantastic Fest alongside Bliss, we may have two Begos flicks
Ray, Anthony, and Shawn give you their overjoyed reaction to Radio Silence’s Ready or Not, surely one of the best movies of the summer. From
Originally published in the Spring of 2018 as an Amazon exclusive, Horror Vision founder and co-host Shawn C. Baker’s break-out collection of short stories makes
Anthony and Shawn finally carve out a few minutes to give you their take on two of the biggest theatrical released Horror flicks this summer.
On this very special episode of The Horror Vision, Chris, Ray, Anthony, and Shawn bid farewell to Genre Icon Ruger Hauer. We talk about our
The Horror genre is very important us here at The Horror Vision, but why? Well, this episode we spend a good chunk of time introducing
“Balls to the wall chomp time!” What the f#@k more could you ask for?
Anthony and Shawn went to the opening night of Midsommar, Ari Aster’s follow-up to 2018’s Hereditary. How was it? Let them tell you. WARNING –
Holy smokes! Two episodes in one week. Well, it seems we at The Horror Vision have a lot to talk about this month. Anthony, Chris,
Anthony, Ray, and Shawn talk about re-watching last year’s Horror Hallmarks, Yann Gonzalez’s Knife + Heart, Never Hiking Alone, and David Lynch’s Return to
As has become their custom, Tori, Ray, Anthony, and Shawn gather on a Saturday night to talk about all the horror flicks they’ve watched since
It’s Saturday night and Anthony, Ray, and Shawn are joined by good friends John* and Tori for a viewing of Jordan Downey’s awesome new film The Head
SPOILERS!!! Anthony, Shawn, Chris, and Suzy take in the first showing of Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer’s adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel Pet
While Chris is on tour in Europe with Rezurex, Ray, Anthony, and Shawn get together post-Us and watch the recently released Book of Monsters! Writer
Recently, my friend Jesus gifted me a copy of Pornsak Pichetshote and Aaron Campbell’s Infidel trade paperback. I’d heard titterings about this book online; that
Ray, Anthony, and Shawn react to Jordan Peele’s Get Out follow-up, Us!
Anthony, Ray, and Shawn kick off their celebration of Women in Horror month with Jen and Syliva Soska’s American Mary. The body horror is in full
Two Saturdays ago Ray, Anthony, and Shawn sat down and watched Director/Producer Kelton Jones and Writer/actor/producer/editor Clint Carney’s 2017 film Dry Blood. It was a