Author Max Booth III joins JR. to talk about his new book Carnivorous Lunar Activities. What does it take to write a great werewolf book?
How does the latest version of Pet Sematary stack up to Stephen King’s original novel? What about the 1989 film? We explore, and pay special attention to the themes that carry through all three incarnations.
Who are the Tethered? We dive into the latest Jordan Peele horror flick, Us. Plus: our thoughts on the first two episodes of his Twilight Zone reboot!
Movies about Biblical stories are a mixed bag, and they’re always divisive. So we throw our hats in the filmmaking ring by casting our own biblical epics. What movies do we want to see, and who’re our dream casts and crews?
The gang dives into one of the buzziest horror films of last year – Hereditary. We talk demonology, mental illness and why Toni Colette didn’t win an Oscar. Plus: our first ever immediate reaction right after watching the film.
The gang is back! In true horror franchise fashion, we’ve recast half of the gang – Radha and Tam join JR. and Amanda to tackle VELVET BUZZSAW. Does this movie have anything to say, or is it punks rocking all the way down?
In this episode, the gang investigates two films about exorcisms… that are based on TRUE stories! We explore the 2005 Scott Derrickson film “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” and the 2016 Spanish film Veronica.
Behold: horror at the edge of human experience! We travel into the depths of the Earth and the edges of civilization to confront the monsters that live there. What do they have to teach us?
2017 was a banner year for Stephen King adaptations. The gang investigates two that went straight to Netflix: Gerald’s Game and 1922. How do these properties take to the screen?
Two recent zombie flicks explore the possibility that it may take a zombie apocalypse to make some people into good parents. South Korea’s sensation Train to Busan and It Stains the Sands Red.