A weekly podcast of in-depth discussions of all things horror. Many cliches will be harmed during the making of these episodes.
In an age of disinformation, David Lynch’s film Mulholland Drive (2001) is more relevant than ever. Is this Lynch’s greatest film? Welcome to the sinister and winding path that is Mulholland Dr.
Also! Happy Birthday David Lynch!
HLCWG 53% - Piranha 3D
Piranha 3D is a weirdly great entry in one of horror's weirdly great franchises. Take a bite of this episode and see how it tastes.
2021: The Devil Made Us Do It?
What were some of your favorites this year? Let us know in the comments below!
Night Of The Living Dead 1990
Halloweekly reviews Night Of The Living Dead 1990 directed by Tom Savini for How Low Can We Go
Nightmare Alley (1947)
Nightmare Alley (1947) is the greatest horror noir and it’s not even close. Our review tries to do justice to this legendarily bleak masterpiece.
Malevolent 2018 features Florence Pugh, a great plot device, and questionable ghost rules. How Low Can We Go? 55% and feeling good.
I’ve been to a couple haunted locations. The coolest one I have been to is in Havana Illinois it was during Halloween. Walking down the stairs we heard someone walking down the bleachers as we left the gym. We also captured a little girl talking to my sons voice on a digital recorder I had playing back. I love the paranormal I’m part of a team named G.R.I.M Ghost Researchers In the Midwest yea I know the t isn’t in grim lol.
Hey guys...Super fun podcast that is my lifeline to current horror movie culture. My name is Michelle and I was thrilled to have a call out for being your one Swiss listener, but with great sadness confess that I’m actually an American currently living in der Schweiz. I am a child of the 80’s and grew up in a horror fan household (books and movies) and experienced the typical unsupervised/uncensored nature portrayed so well in the flawless ‘Stranger Things’ depiction of the culture. I soooo miss access to all scary movie sources. I had a scary movie club back home and miss that too, so you guys are my virtual scary movie club. I love the dialog, the review themes you feature, and your passion for the genre. I’ll keep listening from here for now and wherever I am next!