101 episodes

Two brothers give their take on all types of horror movies. From the classics to the lesser known greats and not so great.

The Horror Script Podcast Richard McCutcheon & Myles McCutcheon

    • TV & Film
    • 4.9 • 14 Ratings

Two brothers give their take on all types of horror movies. From the classics to the lesser known greats and not so great.

    John Carpenter's Vampires

    John Carpenter's Vampires

    A vampire western? Can it work? Yes, it does and it is the movie that helped John Carpenter continue his directing career. Join us for a gruesome vampire film review that switches some things up and does not disappoint. Starring James Woods, Daniel Baldwin, Sheryl Lee, and Thomas Ian Griffith. Written by Don Jakoby and directed by John Carpenter in 1998.

    If you would like to become a supporter of the show you can check out our Patreon page and choose a tier. There are different perks at all levels and every contributor will have access to our Pre-Horror Show. 
    Check out our favorite coffee by clicking on our link: Four Sigmatic 
    Please share the podcast with your friends on social media to help us grow. Leave us a great review on whatever platform you are using. 
    Check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Slasher. 
    If you would like to watch our interviews, you can check out our YouTube channel. 
    If you would like to ask us a question or make a suggestion for the show, send us an email at horrorscriptpodcast@gmail.com 
    You can write us or record a voice memo of yourself asking the question and we can play it on an upcoming episode
    Support the show by picking up some Horror Script Podcast merchandise
    If you do reviews and interviews virtually try Squadcast for free by using our link. You also help support the show by using it. 
    Special thanks to John Saccardo and Vince Lipscomb for the amazing music. 
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    • 38 min
    The Lost Boys Review

    The Lost Boys Review

    When someone says vampire films, this is always mentioned. When a family moves to the murder capital of the world they quickly find out that it is crawling with vampires. Will they make it out alive? Starring Jason Patric, Corey Haim, Dianne Wiest, Barnard Hughes, Edward Herrmann, & Kiefer Sutherland. Directed by Joel Schumacher in 1987.

    If you would like to become a supporter of the show you can check out our Patreon page and choose a tier. There are different perks at all levels and every contributor will have access to our Pre-Horror Show. 
    Check out our favorite coffee by clicking on our link: Four Sigmatic 
    Please share the podcast with your friends on social media to help us grow. Leave us a great review on whatever platform you are using. 
    Check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Slasher. 
    If you would like to watch our interviews, you can check out our YouTube channel. 
    If you would like to ask us a question or make a suggestion for the show, send us an email at horrorscriptpodcast@gmail.com 
    You can write us or record a voice memo of yourself asking the question and we can play it on an upcoming episode
    Support the show by picking up some Horror Script Podcast merchandise
    If you do reviews and interviews virtually try Squadcast for free by using our link. You also help support the show by using it. 
    Special thanks to John Saccardo and Vince Lipscomb for the amazing music. 


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    • 49 min
    Slugs Review

    Slugs Review

    What could be scarier than killer slugs? Pretty much anything else, however the gruesomeness of the kills and the creativity of some of the scenes make this film a joy to watch. Starring Michael Garfield, Kim Terry, Philip MacHale, and Alicia Moro. Directed by Juan Piquer Simon in 1988.

    If you would like to become a supporter of the show you can check out our Patreon page and choose a tier. There are different perks at all levels and every contributor will have access to our Pre-Horror Show. 
    Check out our favorite coffee by clicking on our link: Four Sigmatic 
    Please share the podcast with your friends on social media to help us grow. Leave us a great review on whatever platform you are using. 
    Check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Slasher. 
    If you would like to watch our interviews, you can check out our YouTube channel. 
    If you would like to ask us a question or make a suggestion for the show, send us an email at horrorscriptpodcast@gmail.com 
    You can write us or record a voice memo of yourself asking the question and we can play it on an upcoming episode
    Support the show by picking up some Horror Script Podcast merchandise
    If you do reviews and interviews virtually try Squadcast for free by using our link. You also help support the show by using it. 
    Special thanks to John Saccardo and Vince Lipscomb for the amazing music. 
    Support the show

    • 32 min
    Shocker Review

    Shocker Review

    No, not that kind of shocker!!! Wes Craven's flop of a film that was supposed to be associated with A Nightmare on Elm Street but did so bad on the test audience they scrapped that plan. Starring Peter Berg, Mitch Pileggi, and Michael Murphy. Written and directed by Was Craven in 1989.

    If you would like to become a supporter of the show you can check out our Patreon page and choose a tier. There are different perks at all levels and every contributor will have access to our Pre-Horror Show. 
    Check out our favorite coffee by clicking on our link: Four Sigmatic 
    Please share the podcast with your friends on social media to help us grow. Leave us a great review on whatever platform you are using. 
    Check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Slasher. 
    If you would like to watch our interviews, you can check out our YouTube channel. 
    If you would like to ask us a question or make a suggestion for the show, send us an email at horrorscriptpodcast@gmail.com 
    You can write us or record a voice memo of yourself asking the question and we can play it on an upcoming episode
    Support the show by picking up some Horror Script Podcast merchandise
    If you do reviews and interviews virtually try Squadcast for free by using our link. You also help support the show by using it. 
    Special thanks to John Saccardo and Vince Lipscomb for the amazing music. 
    Support the show

    • 39 min
    Sinister Review

    Sinister Review

    This week Dorrian takes his father's place in reviewing one of the scariest films in horror. An author decides to investigate a family murder by moving into the house it happened in with his family and putting them all in danger. Starring Ethan Hawke, Juliet Rylance, James Ransone,  Fred Thompson, and Vincent D'Onofrio. Written and directed by Scott Derrickson in 2012.

    If you would like to become a supporter of the show you can check out our Patreon page and choose a tier. There are different perks at all levels and every contributor will have access to our Pre-Horror Show. 
    Check out our favorite coffee by clicking on our link: Four Sigmatic 
    Please share the podcast with your friends on social media to help us grow. Leave us a great review on whatever platform you are using. 
    Check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Slasher. 
    If you would like to watch our interviews, you can check out our YouTube channel. 
    If you would like to ask us a question or make a suggestion for the show, send us an email at horrorscriptpodcast@gmail.com 
    You can write us or record a voice memo of yourself asking the question and we can play it on an upcoming episode
    Support the show by picking up some Horror Script Podcast merchandise
    If you do reviews and interviews virtually try Squadcast for free by using our link. You also help support the show by using it. 
    Special thanks to John Saccardo and Vince Lipscomb for the amazing music. 
    Support the show

    • 42 min
    Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter Review

    Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter Review

    For our Halloween special, we go over one of our favorite Friday the 13th films. Nothing says Halloween like Friday the 13th? Well, just enjoy our silly take on a classic. You know the story and if you don't go check it out and find a possible new film to enjoy. Starring Erich Anderson, Kimberly Beck, Corey Feldman, Crispin Glover, and Ted White. Written by Barney Cohen and Directed by Joseph Zito in 1984.

    If you would like to become a supporter of the show you can check out our Patreon page and choose a tier. There are different perks at all levels and every contributor will have access to our Pre-Horror Show. 
    Check out our favorite coffee by clicking on our link: Four Sigmatic 
    Please share the podcast with your friends on social media to help us grow. Leave us a great review on whatever platform you are using. 
    Check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Slasher. 
    If you would like to watch our interviews, you can check out our YouTube channel. 
    If you would like to ask us a question or make a suggestion for the show, send us an email at horrorscriptpodcast@gmail.com 
    You can write us or record a voice memo of yourself asking the question and we can play it on an upcoming episode
    Support the show by picking up some Horror Script Podcast merchandise
    If you do reviews and interviews virtually try Squadcast for free by using our link. You also help support the show by using it. 
    Special thanks to John Saccardo and Vince Lipscomb for the amazing music. 
    Support the show

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

wingnutrabbi18 ,

Great horror podcast

This is a great show that covers my favorite horror movies. The hosts are funny and well informed.

Remccutc ,

Funny and Informative

These guys give their honest opinions about all horror movies. They usually don’t agree on how much they like a movie.

movie_fan1989 ,

fun and unique

So glad I found this pod! Funny, unique, insightful, all around great content. Infectious energy and solid variety. Very well done. Add it to your playlist!

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