CONTENT WARNING: The episode contains discussion of sexual assault. This episode brought to you by the letter B! We’re talking about Zach Cregger’s crazy little movie Barbarian, as well as Luca Guadagnino’s Bones and All. Big spoiler warning!!! Do not listen if you don’t want Barbarian and Bones and All spoilers.
Simple, scary and sharp, the slasher might be the foundation of horror as we know it today. We’re talking creepy, slow-moving killers from Michael Myers to Jason to some of the more obscure knife-wielding maniacs from film history. Includes discussions of Smile (2022), Nest of the Cuckoo Birds (1965), Halloween Ends (2022), Alice, Sweet Alice […]
Beloved by Quentin Tarantino among others, Australian cult classic Patrick is an overlooked supernatural horror pioneer. Its slyly deranged narrative is a fascinating, feminist tale of omnipotent male malice.
As white people, maybe the genre that hits closest to home is the one where white people get stuck somewhere dumb. On the latest SBG, we’re talking about the single-location survival movies that could take place in a sauna, a chairlift, or an abandoned bunker. Includes discussions of They See You (2022), The Woman with […]
David Cronenberg’s return to body horror with Crimes of the Future has been as anticipated as it’s been divisive. Find out what we thought about this new feature from one of our favourite directors. Also includes discussions of The Wolf House (2018), Horror in the High Desert (2021) and We’re All Going to the World’s […]
The moon is full and werewolves are on the prowl! In this episode, we unpack all the baggage that comes with transforming into a hairy, bloodthirsty monster. Includes discussions of The Love Witch (2016), The Bones (2021), Beast (2022), Cuadecuc, vampir (1970), Wolfblood: A Tale of the Forest (1925), The Wolf Man (1941), Werewolf in […]
Jordan Peele’s eagerly-awaited third feature Nope is out. On this episode we break down the bizarre and magical eco-western that’s dividing audiences.
In our latest ep, we’re talking melty, gooey movies where the human body becomes nothing but fondue. When the human body melts, what does it say about our place in the world? Includes discussions of The Black Phone (2022), The Night (2020), Censor (2021), Showgirls (1995), The Incredible Melting Man (1977), Creepshow 2 (1987), Street […]
We discuss Alex Garland’s much-hyped new film Men, plus a smorgasbord of goodies from the 2022 Sydney Film Festival. Includes discussions of Men (2022), Jurassic World: Dominion (2022), Family Dinner (2022), Sushi Noh (2022), Piggy (2022), Flux Gourmet (2022), Incredible But True (2022).
Evil inanimate objects have permeated every form of media, so we’re taking a look at some of horror’s most destructive doodads. Killer beds, dresses, pianos and tyres take us on a weird and wild journey into the paraphernalia of everyday life. Includes discussions of The Found Footage Phenomenon (2022), The Village (1993), Barbarella (1968), Christine […]