We’re going back in time to the Wild West of horror before the the Hays Code tried to bring morality to the movies, and discussing some of the weirdest, sleaziest little films we’ve ever seen. Includes discussions of The Unknown (1927), Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), Freaks (1932), Island of Lost Souls (1932), The Most Dangerous […]
In May 2022, two podcasters disappeared in the woods near Sydney, Australia while recording a podcast. The recordings from that day were never found… until now. Join us in the world of shaky cameras and spooky sounds as well talk the much-maligned found footage genre. Includes discussions of C’est arrivé près de chez vous (aka […]
Time warps, time loops, and ruptures in the fabric of reality are the topic this time as we discuss movies that make you question everything. We also caught The Northman on opening night of Fantastic Film Festival Australia. Head to our Instagram to find out how you can win one of three double passes. Head […]
Ants, spiders and other arthropod pals are the stars of the hour as we talk things that creep and crawl. In this episode we discuss how bugs in horror movies create a unique sense of danger and paranoia. Includes discussions of X (2022), Them! (1954), Phase IV (1974), Kingdom of the Spiders (1977), Creepshow (1982), […]
In our first ep of 2022, we’re talking the brand new “requel” to the Scream franchise, and counting down our top 10 horror movies of the bizarre year that was 2021. Crystal’s List A Classic Horror Story Wrong Turn/The Forever Purge Candyman Bingo Hell Malignant Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror […]
Trigger Warning: This episode contains discussions of sexual assault and rape. We’re tackling one of the most divisive horror sub-genres ever – the rape-and-revenge movie. Hopelessly misogynistic or empowering, feminist diatribes? We try to get to the bottom of what these stories say about the world we live in. Contains discussions of Ms. 45 (1981), […]
That Pulse came out when home internet was still in its relative infancy is particularly impressive given how prescient the film has continually proven itself.
A cursed red dress leads to misfortune for those who wear it – but with that jumping off point In Fabric leads down a deep rabbit hole of identity and belonging