A horror movie podcast for all horror fans, not just know-it-all nerds (and also for know-it-all nerds). Part of the Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network.
Ep- 261: The BlackCoat's Daughter.
In this episode Jef, Josh and Brian have their poison picked for them once again by a wonderful Top Dawg Patron! The pick this time around is the 2015 Oz Perkins directed "The Blackcoat's Daughter. This particular poison is one the FM gang have been told for years they should check out but in true FM fashion the crew waited a healthy 9 years to watch this one hahaha...As always don't forget to watch the movie before checkin the episode...Ye Come seekin' adventure and salty old podcasters, aye? Sure ye come to the proper place, but keep a weather eye open mates there be spoilers ahead and demon devito waiting for them what don't obey!
Ep- 260: Amulet (2020).
In this episode, another Top Dawg Patreon Patron picks our poison! This time around that poison is the 2020 slow burn horror film "Amulet". This one flew totally under the radar for the FM3 but they were happy to have a mystery movie picked for them. With that said, this conversation is filled with a much spirited debate about whether or not this movie was good because believe it or not Jef, Josh and Brian didn't all see eye to eye through the keyhole on this weird one. It is suggested that you check this one out for yourself before listening to this episode because the crew is taking the fast train to spoileys-ville and all the secrets will be revealed!
Ep- 259: Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation.
In this episode The FM crew get a movie picked by another one of their amazing top dog Patrons! This week Jef, Josh and Brian find themselves in some familiar territory, That's right they are back in the house that chainsaws built, talking about the 1995 movie "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation". This is one of those movies that some folks love and some folks hate, regardless how you feel - this installment in the chainsaw franchise is one that people love to talk about. So sit back and grab some Bar-B-Que or some pizzas if that's what you fancy as The FM3 dig into "The Return Of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"!
Ep- 258: Needful Things.
In this episode Jef, Josh and Brian get to visit good old Castle Rock Maine once again and they couldn't be more excited! People are talking and very curious about the new store that just opened. What could it be? What do they sell? Who is the creepy freak that owns the place? Soon the town is getting super agitated by the arrival of this new stranger selling special things for dirty deeds. Not wanting to trade their souls for some estate sale trinkets, the Forever Midnight crew click their heels together and say Stephen King!, Stephen King!, Stephen King! They awaken back in their old beds, everything seems normal except they all know they have now seen the 2 hour cut of the 1993 film "Needful Things". Lord Help them...
Ep- 257: Insidious: The Red Door.
In this episode the FM3 sit down and talk about the newest installment in the Insidious franchise 'The Red Door". It seems just like poor Dalton the Forever Midnight crew have a case of the old brain fog aka "The Further Farts" when it comes to figuring out the timeline for these Insidious/Conjuring movies. Brian and Josh (especially) need some help from Patrick Wilson or at least from Patrick Wilson dressed as Ed Warren to "conjure up" some of the what's and how's and why's of all these very similar movies. So grab some popcorn, a flashlight (cause it's gonna get foggy up in here) and a nice comfortable seat as the guys talk about "Darth Maul goes to College''.
Ep- 256: Pulse (2001).
In this week's episode the FM3 have a nice little techno-horror film plopped in their laps by one of their top level Patrons. "Pulse" AKA "Kairo" or "Circuit" in Japanese is an interesting take on the idea of ghosts and their relation to technology directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa. Jef, Josh and Brian had never seen it before and were excited to have this one picked for them. This film follows two groups that discover evidence that ghosts might be trying to invade the human world via the internet. Its take on the sheer loneliness caused by our broken connections from using this technology seems light years ahead of what we all thought about the world wide web in 2001. So... hop on the internet as quickly as possible and listen in as the FM crew chat about this often overlooked Japanese Horror gem! For those of you that might have not seen this yet...Trigger Warning: (Suicide/Self Harm).
I LOVE IT
Going strong since ~2013. Entertaining and hilarious with relatable sensibilities. They do it right.
Best horror and movie podcast ever
I love this show. It's fun and light hearted but also heavy on great content. The hosts really know their horror movie history. It feels like hanging out with friends drinking beers and talking about your favorite movies. I look forward to their shows.
Coming back to this review a few years later and these guys still rock.
These guys shred
Shoutout to all the bad reviews and some complaints I’ve seen and find laughable.
They take too long to start talking about the movie: It’s called foreplay you human dunce cap! I feel sorry for whoever is unfortunate enough to let you make love to them as I’m sure you just get right to it and finish way too quick and leave them unsatisfied. These fellas are obviously friends and have fantastic chemistry so to expect them to not even say hi to each other is silly.
They’re too “PC”: This boils down to you listened for 5 minutes and heard something semi pc and bailed cause you’re ignorant dbag and didn’t stick through the episode cause you had to scuttle your way back into your trollolog pit. I’ve heard them say some pretty wild stuff in almost every episode.
They talk about eating vegan food: I’m sure if they talked about Funyuns and your dads hairy bhole you’d never stop listening. Who cares. That’s such an unintelligent reason to leave a bad review.
I’ll admit it took me a bit to get into the podcast but like meeting a new friend it takes some time to get to know them and now I love these dudes and this is my new favorite podcast. Long live the poo knife!Keep up the good work and don’t change <3