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 effect as we, ahem, dissect this modern-day classic that stars the inimitable Katharine Isabelle, Tristan Rick, and Antonio Cupo.
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 harrowing experience. An indie horror flick definitely worth supporting. Hear our thoughts and order the movie direct from Epic Pictures HERE.
It’s Saturday night and we’ve just had a viewing of Cold Hell! Pumped, Ray, Chris, Anthony, and Shawn decide to do an impromptu episode and talk about what they’ve seen recently, what they recommend you watch and why, what they recommend you don’t watch and why, and all kinds of tangential horror goodness in between!
This episode Anthony, Ray, and Shawn run down all the great horror movies they saw in 2018. Their favorites, the indies that deserve your time, the reasons why, and a lot of discussion on how great the world of Horror is at this moment and how it might just keep getting better!
This episode we welcome Writer/Director/Producer Adam Marcus, Actress/Writer/Producer Debra Sullivan, and Producer Bryan Sexton, creators of the just released on DVD/BR holiday horror film Secret Santa, which played to rave reviews in 19 festivals over the previous year! Our guests discuss true independent moviemaking, the state of horror, the challenges of an 11-day shoot in the middle of a blizzard, their fantastic cast and the genesis of their production company Skeleton Crew.
A few weeks later than planned, but Anthony, Ray, and Shawn finally get a chance to tell you what they thought of Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Dario Argento’s 1977 seminal horror classic Suspiria. Heavy spoilers on that one. Also discussed, Netflix’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Graham Reznick’s Dead Wax now on Shudder, and The Barn II’s indie go-go.
Anthony and Shawn give you their immediate, post-theatre response to Bad Robot’s Overlord, a WWII action/Horror mash-up that pushes big budget horror in a pretty good direction and bodes well for upcoming big screen horror. In our opinion.