22 episodes

Every week, screenwriters Sade' Sellers and Chris Courtney Martin discuss modern horror films and how black actors and actresses were portrayed in them.

Afro Horro‪r‬ Sade Sellers

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8 • 24 Ratings

Every week, screenwriters Sade' Sellers and Chris Courtney Martin discuss modern horror films and how black actors and actresses were portrayed in them.

    US(2019)

    US(2019)

    Our March episode covers US(2019) with Jennifer Ford.

    • 2 hr 44 min
    Sugar Hill(1974)

    Sugar Hill(1974)

    We're talking Black royalty and ancestor loyalty with guest Evan J. Peterson.

    • 1 hr 21 min
    Season 3 Update, HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    Season 3 Update, HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    Season 3 updates and new merch now available on afrohorror.com!

    • 2 min
    Halloween:H20(1998)

    Halloween:H20(1998)

    On the final episode of Afro Horror, we chat with Horror Movies and Beyond founder Ivotres Little about 1998's Halloween:H20. 

    In this episode, we give LL Cool J his long overdue flowers. 

    • 1 hr 46 min
    The Craft: Legacy

    The Craft: Legacy

    Guest Jessica Guess returns on this episode! 

    • 2 hr 27 min
    The Craft (1996)

    The Craft (1996)

    Jessica Guess co-host as we give Rachel True her flowers

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Jelleybean72688 ,

Great podcast for an underrepresented & growing topic

Love this podcast! Supporting amazing creators you don’t hear from on other entertainment industry pods, and a fantastic host.

josef0321! ,

Simply the best

This podcast is honestly the best thing to happen!!! Everything y’all talk about is like y’all are pulling it out of my mind! Thank you for what y’all do and do more!!!! And FYI Hallie was originally the killer in scream 2 the script leaked and it had to be rewritten!!! Love yall

Dhjinyjbytv ,

Great horror podcast from a different perspective.

A nice fun little podcast that offers an interesting take on the horror genre. I enjoy podcasts that take a topic and cover it from a perspective you might not typically think of or hear from. The hosts are obviously fans of the genre in spite of the ongoing stereotypes and issues of not representing women or people of color in a positive or primary role. Episodes are also well paced and do a good job of staying on topic.

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