Hosted by Rob Holmes, this podcast takes a look at all the horror movies you should be seeing, and some you've never heard about.
Jack Frost (1997) & Jack Frost 2: The Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman (2000)
Kelly Vigilante joins the podcast once again as we discuss the good, the bad, and the cringeworthy of the Jack Frost series.
The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020)
Mike Haisten joins Rob this week to talk about The Wolf of Snow Hollow.
This indie horror-comedy has Jim Cummings pulling triple duty as Writer, Actor, & Director.
It also stars Riki Lindhome, Jimmy Tatro, & Robert Forster (in his final film role).
The Wolf of Snow Hollow is available to rent on VOD & Amazon Prime
As always, SPOILERS await!
Wrong Turn (2003)
Kelly Vigilante and Jeremy Johnson join the podcast this week to discuss the 2003 cult-classic Wrong Turn.
This is one of those rare horror films that is a whole lot of fun even if the main characters lack common sense and survival skills.
As always, there will be spoilers, so be warned.
If you'd like to check out the entire back catalog of episodes, you can head over to HolmesInvasion.podbean.com or anywhere you get your podcasts...just search for Oh! The Horror!
Night Killer (1990)
Where to begin with this one. Wow.
Kelly Vigilante returns to talk about a little film called Night Killer, which was filmed in our hometown of Virginia Beach and directed (mostly) by Claudio Fragasso (Troll 2).
The plot: A killer wearing a rubber-like Freddy Krueger mask terrorizes the city of Virginia Beach.
It sounds pretty bad, but then it gets so much worse.
Nightmare Weekend (1986)
Sometimes you come across a film that is the perfect storm of terrible filmmaking, yet is still entertaining.
1986's Nightmare Weekend is that film.
Guest Host Kelly Vigilante joins Rob Holmes this week to talk about this VHS classic that has to be seen to be believed.
As always, there will be SPOILERS, but you can watch the full uncut version of Nightmare Weekend if you search it on YouTube.
The 'PG' Horror Era
Back in the day, 'PG' horror used to be pretty intense and violent with films like Poltergeist (1982), Tales from the Crypt (1972), and The Devil's Rain (1975)...like for real, have you seen the ending of The Devil's Rain...that's heavy 'R' territory.
Mike Haisten joins the show once again to talk 'PG' horror, the implementation of the 'PG-13' rating in 1984, and MORE...
Also, there will be SPOILERS for a lot of films...
Knowledgeable Horror fans!
Rob and Steve are not only horror fans, but they are general movie buffs as well, and can get way beyond “gore + kills = awesome” levels of discussion. There is a place for that kind of fandom, but these guys are sharp. And great movie selections too! Check it out.
HUGE horror fan here! I don’t know a lot of people who love horror like me so hearing these discussions and references to other horror movies (esp obscure ones) is GROOVY! Such a fan.