Two sisters review Horror Films then link the films to a True Crime case, a Creepypasta scary story! We post a new episode every other week! We're available on Spreaker, SoundCloud, iTunes, GooglePlay, player.fm, Podbean, & everywhere great podcasts are!
Amaryllis & Hawthorne explain why we've been gone, say goodbye to Hazel, & then discuss the 2015 film INTRUDERS! We watched it on VUDU. It is free with ads. Amaryllis tells us a creepy story about a man who can see the last sin you committed & Hawthorne tells us about a woman named Barbara Coombes.
In our first Mini-sode Monday we discussed the film : The Platform.
It is available on Netflix.
Amaryllis tells us a story from a cannibal & Hawthorne talks about a real life cannibal!
In this episode Hawthorne & Amaryllis watch THE BABADOOK!
Amaryllis reads us a story warning us to not hunt down the pictures books from our childhood & Hawthorne tells us about a mother who committed an unspeakable act.
Promo: NONE! Please email us your promos! GraveGirlsPodcast@gmail.com
In this episode Amaryllis & Hawthorne watched the film: The Ruins. Amaryllis tells us a scary story about losing a limb & Hawthorne's murrderr is about a betrayal. No promo this week but please email us your podcasts promo in mp3 format to GraveGirlsPodcast@gmail.com
In this mini-sode (mini episode) Hazel & Hawthorne watched the 2020 film The Turning. Hazel tells us about a nanny who survived a crocodile attack & Hawthorne talks about the murder of Julie Reilly.
In this episode Hazel returns and we discuss the 2020 film The Grudge. In our first attempt at a "Mini-sode"! Hazel tells us the story about a old woman who survives a haunted house & Hawthorne talks about a tragic murder suicide.
I’ve only listened to the first episode and i’m already obsessed. i like how they link a true crime case to a movie and creepypasta. it’s like art imitating life and it’s just perfect
One of the best!
I saw the Grave Girls on Twitter. I thought the name was awesome and I love horror movies so I gave them a listen. It wasn’t long I was busting up laughing. They make observations and comments that are hilarious. It’s like sitting around with your friends discussing movies.
One of my favorite aspects are the related stories the hosts read. They do an amazing of job of finding stories that relate to the movie in some way. The market is saturated with podcasts. If you want to choose wisely then pick the Grave Girls podcast!
Listen, I love horror, but I am an easy scare. I’m one of those people who sometimes needs to hear the plot before hand (sue me), so this show is just what I need! I love the recaps—even of movies I have already seen—and the connections they find are really cool. Love Creepypasta. Definitely give this show a listen! Add it to your queue!!