Horror is fun and important. Orrin and Tyler look at a movie each episode and examine what is good, what is bad, and how it could be used in the classroom or out of the classroom to teach us something about ourselves.
Uzumaki (2002) Live From the Stray Cat Film Center
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Episode 148: Night of the Creeps (Live Episode)
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Episode 145: Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
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Episode 144: Someone's Watching Me Live From the Stray Cat
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Episode 143: Anatomy (2000)
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Episode 142: 976 Evil Live at the Stray Cat
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The Best Little Horror Podcast Outta KC
Horror Pod Class is, haunts down, my favorite podcast. I really only got into podcasts a couple years ago, and this one? Consistently interesting. I enjoyed the co-host chemistry and banter in Freshman and Sophomore years, and I’m loving the knowledge that the OG Monster Ambassador drops every time.
The content stays varied and fresh, and I hear about good stuff each time — which is why I tend to fall off on most horror podcasts, whether about film or fiction. When people talk about “they’re doing the Lord’s work,” they’re talking about the Horror Pod Class crew doing the work of the Lord Of Darkness. Y’all take care, stay frosty, and keep up the AMAZING work.
Straight up poop
Straight garbage ngl. Btw you sucked at teaching.
Amazing must listen podcast about horror
An amazingly plotted and approachable conversation about the merits of horror as a genre in writing. Tons of recommendations and knowledge brought by host Orrin Grey, who is a writer everyone should read as well as a burgeoning saint of KC. Ty Unsell brings a practical ethos and political insight to many of these stories. Excellent, so excellent.