The gang is staying home, so it’s prime time to talk home invasion horror. How does home invasion horror comment on our domestic relationships and the way we view the sanctity of home? Includes discussions of The Vigil (2019), Shirley (2020), Unhinged (2020), The Strangers (2008), La Casa Muda (2010), The Silent House (2011), Emelie […]
What’s that smell? It’s us talking enough shit to fertilise an entire forest. This ep we’re talking plants that walk, plants that talk, and plants that kill. Includes discussions of Sweetheart (2019), Night Tide (1961), Walking Out (2017), The Day of the Triffids (1962), Maneater of Hydra (1967), Godzilla vs. Biollante (1989), Annihilation (2018), […]
The Simpsons is a gateway into pop culture and its annual Treehouse of Horror episodes have further cemented the legacy of many great (and not so great) horror and sci-fi stories. We discuss and rank the first ten Treehouse of Horror episodes.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for quarantine. We’re staying inside our house and killing time on the internet, so we did what all the real podcasts do and went live on Instagram discussing Internet Horror. Webcams, creepypasta, slow dial-up and online predators all get a shout out.
Trigger warning: This episode contains discussions of sexual assault. Get ready for some down-home deep fried horror as we talk Hixploitation. Hicks, hillbillies, yokels, bumpkins. Whatever you want to call them, we try to figure out what role they play in horror and what hixploitation can tell us about ourselves. Featuring special guest Crystal’s dad! […]
Episode Description We talk about horror that’s all too human – the conniving, malicious and murderous personalities that make psychological horror so terrifying! Episode Trailer: Nekromantic (1987) Movies Discussed 47 Meters Down: Uncaged (2019), Blood and Black Lace (1964), The Invisible Man (2020), Gaslight (1944), Black Swan (2010), American Psycho (2000), The Shining (1980), Repulsion […]
We talk about the much-anticipated and hugely lauded The Lighthouse and investigate the power and the failings of jump scares. Poor film making, or a tool for good? How does our recognition and expectation of tropes play into our experience of genre films?
So we missed Christmas, but like our sad-looking Christmas tree, we’re carrying the festive cheer into the new decade. Join ‘Spooky Buzz Gang’ as we count down our favourite horror movies of the year, and get ready for a few surprises! Jordan Peele’s Spotify Playlist Crystal’s List The Wind Greta Bliss Us School’s Out Vivarium […]
We try to unpack the deeply coded, hidden presence of queer and trans people throughout the history of horror movies. From unseen menace to beleaguered horror heroes, queerness has been an element of horror since the beginning and in some of its most recognised works. Includes discussions of Psycho (1960), Rope (1948), Sleepaway Camp (1983), […]
Following Fangoria x Monster Fest hitting Sydney on the weekend, we wrap up the good, the bad and the ugly of Australia’s premiere genre film festival. Includes discussions of 3 from Hell (2019), Porno (2019), Vivarium (2019), Deerskin (2019), The Wretched (2019), Devil Woman (2018), Satanic Panic (2019), Color out of Space (2019).