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A bi-weekly horror movie review podcast that releases every other Friday. Hosted by Jay of the Dead, Wolfman Josh Ligairi, Dr. Shock and Dr. Walking Dead himself, Kyle Bishop.

Horror Movie Podcast Jay of the Dead

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8, 267 Ratings

A bi-weekly horror movie review podcast that releases every other Friday. Hosted by Jay of the Dead, Wolfman Josh Ligairi, Dr. Shock and Dr. Walking Dead himself, Kyle Bishop.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
267 Ratings

267 Ratings

Fotns1 ,

Decapitated Head and Shoulders Above the Rest

HMP is without a doubt the best horror podcast. I have been a die hard horror fan for 35 years. I gave up on horror in the 2000’s and thought I grew up, grew old, or just started to hate the cinema. HMP not only restored my faith in horror, it sparked a nostalgic flame that still burns bright. The smart and insightful dialogue of all the hosts is only bested by the joy they feel when they are discussing good movies, key elements, scary moments, and/or how the movie relates to society as a whole. The hosts pure love for the genre is contagious, and the only cure is more HMP! The only thing needed is for J to rise from the dead and make his return.

xanpx ,

My Favorite Horror Podcast!

HMP is by far the best Horror movie podcast around. The film reviews are well researched and thoughtful. There are interesting perspectives on the genera by each of the hosts. The hosts are active on their social media and message boards and engage listeners. There is a huge backlog of episodes to keep you entertained for hours. Do not sleep on this podcast and subscribe now. Like right now. Do it.

Kenny Temec ,

Informative and fun

I’ve been a listener for a few years now and really enjoy this podcast. I am a fan of horror movies of course, but am also a jack-Mormon, someone who went to Mormon church every week as a kid and I actually find the now retired host Jay personable and fun to listen to. The rest of the cohosts are great as well and I have listened to many of the podcasts they do, such as Universal Monsters, Retro Movie Geek, Forgotten Flicks, and Movie Podcast Weekly. Some horror podcasts I listen to can get way off subject and can be crude, which becomes a bit much. This is a great one!

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