In a world where there are thousands of horror movies to choose from, five fiends stand up for those that MUST be seen. They have THE HORROR VISION. Your hosts Shawn Baker, Chris Saunders, Anthony Guerra & Ray Larragoitiy and Tori Holguin meet regularly at an undisclosed underground bunker and discuss all things horror!
Just consider this episode the Consumer Reports of Gloryhole Horror! We watched both 2020’s The Special and 2022’s Glorious and only one movie gets out alive with our recommendation – which one? Ya gotta listen!
Also, to celebrate the winner, we give you our “worst bathroom ever” stories, plus pocket reviews of The Cursed and Titane.
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 on this year’s Etheria Film Festival, to a succession of films Shawn is already betting will end up in his top of the year six months from now, we have a lot for you this week. Oh yeah, and there’s a totally impromptu discussion about Terminator to begin the episode. Just ‘cuz.
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 because this Cineray is perfect for you. But this is not a double feature recommendation; no, today I have decided this is a triple feature of my three favorite Price films. The reason for this is I could not settle on just two of his movies, and I feel like three is the limit for suggestion all in one sitting. Also, it’s been a bit since I suggested an excellent triple feature, and what better excuse than to watch the films of one of the great actors of horror. So today’s recommendation is The House on Haunted Hill, The Tingler, and The Comedy of Terrors.
Sometimes we all need to take a break from people turning into demons and zombies and just have some fun (What the f&*k is so not fun about people turning into demons? – Shawn). I’m not just talking about fun, but the kind of fun that has goofy energy. Maybe you just want a movie you can enjoy with the rest of the family and still keep your horror love intact while you watch. If that’s the case, I’m here to help because today’s double feature pairs Elvira: Mistress of the Dark with underrated cult classic Rockula.