Horror hosts, producers and drag icons The Boulet Brothers invite listeners into their glamorous and terrifying world! CREATURES OF THE NIGHT is a horror variety show featuring movie reviews, behind the scenes looks into the Boulet Brothers' current projects, celebrity interviews, famous hauntings in history, listener questions and everything Drag, Filth, Horror and Glamour!
Join the Boulets as they dive deep down the extraterrestrial rabbit hole and discuss all aspects of the sci-fi horror phenomenon, “The Thing” in this episode's Creature Feature Movie Review. The discussion explores the connections between John Carpenter's classic to the fatally fashionable film, “Planet of the Vampires” from Italian horror master, Mario Bava to “Alien” and “Prometheus”. We explore the uncanny connection between Oreo Cookies and Alien visitors, answer our newest listener questions and learn everything you need to know about spontaneous human combustion!
Adventures, Aliens and Africa.
On this episode of CREATURES OF THE NIGHT The Boulets share tales of their recent adventures through the swamps of the South and the first Haunt they’ve visited since the pandemic started. Shudder's newest original, “Fried Barry” takes us on a sick and depraved ride after a drug addict's body gets taken over by aliens and puppeted through the underbelly of Cape Town, South Africa. Finally, this episode's Haunting of History compiles tales of terror from Cape Town's rich supernatural historical record.
"It's not the house that's haunted..."
On this episode of CREATURES OF THE NIGHT we welcome our very special guest, Lin Shaye to the podcast to discuss her journey to becoming a new horror icon. The Boulets share their favorite, “Creepshow” stories of all time and revisit Glenn Close's creepy performance as Alex Forrest in the thriller classic, “Fatal Attraction”. Finally, a warning from this episode's Haunting of History: if you’re not careful the next time you visit a haunted attraction, the price of admission could be your life.
Halfway to Halloween
On this episode of CREATURES OF THE NIGHT we celebrate being halfway to Halloween in all the best ways we know how. We put the nail in the coffin as we finish the final review of Brian Lumley’s literary vampire classic, “Necroscope” before we explore what’s considered by many to be the very first zombie movie ever made, “White Zombie”. The team shares the story of their adventure at the “Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience" and finally, learn the secrets behind a 16th century black magic totem known as the “Hand of Glory” in this episode's Haunting of History.
The Boulet Brothers' Dragula Casting Special
Monstrous plans are finally announced for the much anticipated Season 4 of the hit reality competition series “The Boulet Brothers DRAGULA”, on this episode of CREATURES OF THE NIGHT. The Boulet Brothers share all of the secrets to casting a season of the show and making sure they find the most powerful monster drag artists alive. As a bonus and homage to the subject of “Supermonsters”, the team reviews Adam Wingard's titanic mega monster movie, “GODZILLA VS KONG” in this episode's Creature Feature Movie Review.
Devil's in the Details
On this episode of CREATURES OF THE NIGHT, learn the secrets of the zombie mink from Denmark, the Beetlejuice haunted house, Ian's crying closet and surviving survival jobs. The team goes deeper into the world of Necroscope, discovering that the nature of the Wamphyri may be more alien and parasitic than Dragosani could have imagined. Writer/Director, Ivan Kavanagh’s cult horror, “Son” is the pick for this episode's movie review and the Boulets share their thoughts on dealing with the Devil. Finally, learn the horrible and haunted past of one of the oldest living things east of The Mississippi, the "Angel Oak".
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This has everything I could want! Boulets, Dragula talk, horror movie reviews, creepy historical stories. I love getting to know the Boulet brothers better!