Johnny Has the Keys is a Horror and Science Fiction podcast, deciphering inspirations, influences, and parallels within the genre. It is the indulgence of life-long friends, David Horton and Tim Smith, and it presented via the magic of podcasting with their enthusiastic –albeit sometimes, sarcastic and profane—commentary. If you’re seeking geeked-out wisdom for all things creepy and spacey, then you have stumbled upon the right show. Uncles Tim and David are prepared to escort you through the long corridors of ghastly themes and speculative similarities. Whether you seek enlightenment, laughter, or explosive tirades of nerdy knowledge, these boys are well-acquainted with horror and Sci-Fi’s many doors.
…and they’re more than willing to share the keys.
Ep. 05-19: Alita: Battle Angel (2019)
Listen as Johnny Has the Keys, sorts through the refuge, scavenging for the salvage of long-ago heroes and acknowledging their place in the present-day world.
Ep. 05-18: The Green Slime (1968)
Listen as Johnny Has the Keys journey into space on toy rockets and battle one-eyed tentacled, electricity-spewing monsters to save our favorite 1960s Bond girl!
Ep. 05-17: Superman (1978)
Listen, as Johnny Has the Keys flees a dying planet in search of a new home, one where a man can fly.
Ep. 05-16: The Fog (1980)
Listen, as Johnny Has the Keys prepare to celebrate the forty-two-year-old classic for the holidays, hopefully avoiding angry wronged ghosts (or the director himself) seeking vengeance.
Ep. 05-15: In the Mouth of Madness (1995)
Listen as Johnny Has the Keys travels to the creepy little hamlet of Hobb's End where, though awful things lurk, there is much more to dread than Lovecraftian monstrosities.
Ep. 05-14: Escape from New York (1981)
Listen, as Johnny Has the Keys has 24 hours to infiltrate the maximum security prison of Manhattan, rescue the President of the United States, and avoid global annihilation!
Great new podcast!
I greatly enjoyed the discussion between David and Tim on the topic of “Night of the Living Dead.” Even though I’ve seen that movie several times, I learned a lot about the movie itself as well as its place in zombie lore and horror history. I appreciated the chemistry between the two hosts who brought similar, yet different points of view. You could tell they really did their homework, and put a lot of thought into the discussion and the show format overall. I look forward to their review of “The Thing” and cannot wait to see where they take this podcast.
I love watching a movie and then listening to the podcast episode to see what the guys have e to say about the movie. Always enhances my viewing and appreciation for the film.
Love the pod!
Was sent here by Tyler over at 30 & Nerdy and I will be staying! Keep it up guys love the pod!