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An eclectic crew of misfits bringing you the best, worst, and downright weirdest of the horror genre since 2007. Visit us at bloodygoodhorror.com

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An eclectic crew of misfits bringing you the best, worst, and downright weirdest of the horror genre since 2007. Visit us at bloodygoodhorror.com

    Episode 560 - After Midnight

    Episode 560 - After Midnight

    This week we're reviewing Jeremy Gardner's "After Midnight", his follow up to the indie hit "The Battery".  Plus, 30 minutes of your very random questions. 

    • 1 hr 29 min
    BGH Interviews: "Brahms: The Boy II" Director Brent Bell

    BGH Interviews: "Brahms: The Boy II" Director Brent Bell

    The original horror film "The Boy" has one of the best surprise endings in recent memory.  Now the sequel, "Brahms: The Boy II" is getting ready to hit theaters February 21st, 2020, and the film's director Brent Bell has stopped by to chat with BGH. 

    • 15 min
    BGH Reviews "Bliss"

    BGH Reviews "Bliss"

    This week the crew's breaking down the indie horror film "Bliss", about an artist who goes to the edge to get out of a creative funk.

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Bonus BGH - "Parasite", back from the vault!

    Bonus BGH - "Parasite", back from the vault!

    Back from the vault! Our review of Bong Joon-ho's "Parasite", fresh off its historic run at the Oscars.  This review was recorded in 2019.  

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Episode 558 - Gretel & Hansel

    Episode 558 - Gretel & Hansel

    This week the crew heads to the theater to check out Oz Perkins' hallucinatory fairy tale "Gretel & Hansel". 

    • 1 hr 32 min
    Episode 557 - Luz

    Episode 557 - Luz

    This week we're heading to me art-house to review "Luz", currently streaming on Shudder. 

    • 1 hr 20 min

Customer Reviews

Nosebleed180 ,

Great listening,

This podcast comes from four guys who run a horror website and are situated in Florida, Indiana, New York and.. uh... New York. (I know that because they say it at the beginning of every show.) They present succinct, concise episodes that have information like reviews and analysis on recent and classic (and other) horrror films, box office records and DVD releases. In this way, BGH is a good source of news media for the horror fan. On the other hand, they tackle every facet of the show in a way that is humorous, down-to-earth and witty. They are both professionally succinct and not boring - in other words, they've reached a good balance. One day, after podcasting has been drawn in by the corporations and lost its underground-ness, these are the sort of shows that kids will see in record books as "some of the first and greatest in the medium." So yeah, they're ok.

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