Join us as we realize our dream to watch, review, and discuss **EVERY HORROR MOVIE ON NETFLIX** in alphabetical order. Hopefully we discover a new favorite movie... or a new least-favorite movie! Follow along at home if you dare, or just let us decide if a film is worthy of your view... or just the queue. New episodes every other Thursday.
113 | Twilight
This week we bend genre a little bit to discuss the first entry in the vampire/werewolf/human romantic saga Twilight. Joining us is our dear friend and young adult literature expert Christine to provide some context on the saga's place in the literary world and the feels of watching Twilight in the theater when it came out. We also discuss the merits of the movie's infamous acting performances, what messages it might contain for teenagers, and the state of lust in cinema.
112 | Population 436
Grab your bag and get in the car! EHMON is going to Rockwell Falls, an idyllic hamlet where time, and the population, seem to be frozen. Join us as we let census taker Jeremy Sisto lead us on an investigation through birth records, death records, apple slicing, horse-girl romancing, garlic drinking, cop killing, lobotomy resisting, and much much more.
111 | Pagpag: Nine Lives
This week Patrick and Chris sit down to discuss PAGPAG: NINE LIVES and all the things that can go wrong when you disrespect funeral ettiquette, make deals with the devil, or both.
110 | Pet Sematary 2
This week we recap our trip to the Motor City Nightmares convention and check out the sequel to the most beloved pets-coming-back-to-life film of our time. But this time, it's not just pets! Join us as we discuss Pet Sematary 2, Clancy Brown's iconic performance, and whether we would ever bury one of our loved ones in the pet sematary.
109 | Fear Street Trilogy
This week we're joined by special guest Christine to discuss not one, but three films as we dive into the recent Netflix-exclusive Fear Street, a "film trilogy event." Join us as we explore the interesting format and release schedule of these films, their centuries-hopping timeline, the trilogy's connections to horror history and contemporary issues, and how the series reflects the current state of young-adult literature.
Also: catch us at Motor City Nightmares in Novi, MI from July 30-August 1! https://www.motorcitynightmares.com
108 | Pizza
This week Steven and Patrick go 1-on-1 to discuss PIZZA while Chris experiences real-life body horror. We're not talking about Little Caesar's or Domino's, but the 2014 Indian film that follows a pizza delivery driver during a night of supernatural surprises. Also: Steven recaps THE SUCKLING, NEAR DARK, and SAINT MAUD and Patrick reviews Barry Windsor-Smith's long-awaited graphic novel MONSTERS.
Great hosts. I look forward to watching the movies and hearing each episode
Thoughtful but hilarious horror movie review podcast
My first episode was The Perfection. Imagine my shock when these three guys offered quite the feminist review. They won me over after that. Their reviews are thoughtful and funny, even when the subject matter isn’t quite so serious. I like the review it, queue it, or screw it rating system. Sets them apart from others.
Doesn’t seem like it’s by horror fans
I’ve given 5 episodes a listen, and it just seems like these guys are being forced to watch these movies, and don’t really enjoy or appreciate the genre. This makes me wonder why they are doing a podcast based on it then. Obviously you have to be critical when critiquing, but again it seems like they find almost no joy. Might be better suited to switch to a different genre you enjoy better, and then they will be happier talking about it.