12 episodes

Welcome to Brain Rot

The podcast that takes a deep dive into the BEST WORST HORROR movies of the 80s & 90s. Those films that are 'so bad, they're good'.

Each episode, Stevie (your VHS Veteran) welcomes a new guest into the trash heap. With guest-hosts ranging from horror know-it-all's to horror not-at-all's, these B-Movie bangers get dissected and immortalised in all their gory glory.

So open THE GATE, grab some POPCORN, hold on to your GHOULIES and TROLL these films with us.

See what I did there?
That's THE STUFF we like.

Toodles!

Brain Rot - An 80s Horror Podcast Stevie Webb

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    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

Welcome to Brain Rot

The podcast that takes a deep dive into the BEST WORST HORROR movies of the 80s & 90s. Those films that are 'so bad, they're good'.

Each episode, Stevie (your VHS Veteran) welcomes a new guest into the trash heap. With guest-hosts ranging from horror know-it-all's to horror not-at-all's, these B-Movie bangers get dissected and immortalised in all their gory glory.

So open THE GATE, grab some POPCORN, hold on to your GHOULIES and TROLL these films with us.

See what I did there?
That's THE STUFF we like.

Toodles!

    Ghost Town (1988) with Giles Edwards

    Ghost Town (1988) with Giles Edwards

    Howdy, Rotters!
    Hope you're all doing horrendously.
    This week I'm joined by Horror-Head and film producer Giles Edwards to talk about the much forgotten Horror-Western: Ghost Town from 1988. A Charles Band/Empire flick that may have  slipped under the horror radar during the time of big-hitter franchises.
    We discuss Its mysterious directing credits and the satisfaction of a simple yet well executed storyline.
    Toodles!
    Find Giles on Twitter: GFDEdwards
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    • 45 min
    Chopping Mall (1986) with Tori Allen-Martin

    Chopping Mall (1986) with Tori Allen-Martin

    Oi Oi, Rotters!
    We're back with another Trashterpiece from the gift of a decade that just keeps giving, Chopping Mall (1986)
    I'm joined by the multi-talented Tori Allen-Martin to talk Killbots, Pepperoni and 80s boobs.
    Who are the Blands? Why do the Killbots have lasers? And what bone did the director (Jim Wynorski) brake when insisting on trying a stunt-fall himself? All these pressing questions and more on the latest episode of Brain Rot.
    Find Tori on Twitter: ToriAllenMartin
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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Q - The Winged Serpent (1982) with Jonathan Ross

    Q - The Winged Serpent (1982) with Jonathan Ross

    Wotcha, Rotters!
    "Just your good old fashioned monster"
    This week I'm joined by lifelong horror fan and all round legend, Jonathan Ross, to discuss Larry Cohens 'Q - The Winged Serpent' from 1982. We discuss Cohens knack for a strong premise and his infamous guerrilla filmmaking. 
    We also chat about when and why we both gravitated towards horror and reminisce on the golden age of VHS and low budget features.
    TOODLES!
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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Troll (1986) with Joe Tracini

    Troll (1986) with Joe Tracini

    Ello, Rotters!
    Hope you're all doing horrendously.
    This week I'm joined by actor, presenter and pandemic dance healer, Joe Tracini.
    We break down the BANANAS 1986 fantasy-horror, Troll. From soprano mushrooms to Sonny Bono bloating and bursting into foliage, this film has everything you never asked for (including two Harry Potters).
    So grab a Rat Burger and sit back as we attempt to make sense of this endearing and hugely enjoyable 80s trashterpiece.
    If you fancy supporting Brain Rot, we now have a Patreon Page. There's currently only one membership tier but more will be added soon. If you like what we do and wanna sponsor an episode and get a shout out on the show, head to...... www.patreon.com/SteviesBrainRot
    Toodles!!
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    Theme by Dean Maynard

    • 56 min
    Society (1989) with Gizzi Erskine

    Society (1989) with Gizzi Erskine

    Haiiiii Rotters!
    Ready to shunt? 
    This week i'm joined by chef, (award winning) food writer and life long horror fan, Gizzi Erskine! 
    We discuss the slimiest and most icky body-horror, Society (1989). Brian Yuzna's first foray into directing is truly a joyous trashterpiece. Join us as we converse about bloodletting, surrealism and just what the hell is up with Clarissa's mother?!
    'How do you like your tea? Cream? Sugar? Or do you want me to pee in it?'
    Toodles!
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    Theme by Dean Maynard

    • 53 min
    The Gate (1987) with Anthony Head & Emily Head

    The Gate (1987) with Anthony Head & Emily Head

    Greetings, Rotters!
    This week I'm joined by the father and daughter duo to end all father and daughter duos. Anthony and Emily Head!! 
    We sit down to discuss the 1987 mini-demon movie, 'The Gate'. We discuss the mind-blowing camera trickery of forced perspective, and lust after it's iconic 80s fashions.
    The gate is open, so step on though.
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    Toodles!!

    • 1 hr 4 min

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