Thursday, June 21, 2012


Episode 4 is uploaded and ready for a listen. Here is the direct link. Hopefully, by the time you read this it will also be on iTunes.

This is one of my personal favorites so far. The emails were fantastic and Ryan and I had a lot of fun just chatting it up about these movies. One thing I will warn you about though--if you haven't seen Woman in Black yet, don't listen to the last part of the podcast. We'd hate to spoil one of the best horror movies we've seen in years for you!

I'll post some information about the films for next month's podcast in a later entry, but get on Netflix now and have them mail Frankenstein Created Woman to you. Trust me, you don't want to try and purchase this one. Well, in the U.S. at least...the cheapest I've found it here is $47! Hopefully it's a little more accessible in the UK.

Friday, June 15, 2012


I came across this video while I was searching for the Superstition trailer. I think it's a fun list of this fan's top 15 scariest moments in flim. Were I don't consider Robocop a horror movie, I remember the scene well and how it made me feel the first time I watched it as a kid. Poor Murphy.

I know Ryan would say that the Megadeath song playing is probably the scariest part of it all!


Superstition came up while we were reading another listener's top 10 list. I've never seen it before, so I thought I'd post it for the rest of you to check out as well.

Thursday, June 14, 2012


We just recorded episode 4 last week and it is in the process of being edited as I type this. It should be posted shortly.

In the meantime, here's a picture that Max Deacon shared a few weeks back and was kind enough to let us post here to share with y'all as well. Max wrote one hell of a letter that we read and discussed on the latest episode. So well written, in fact, that he completely stumps us on a word and makes us look like idiots. Let's be honest, I guess it's not that tough...

Anyway, the letter is conformation that Max has a great talent for writing and you should definitely look for any titles (comics or otherwise) that he's written.

Thanks for sharing, Max!