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20.3.19

PODCAST 351: The Canal & Leprechaun Returns [Irish Blood Bath Edition]


This week the Horror Duo team up on St. Patrick's Day to cover a pair of themed films. Forest shares his thoughts on the supernatural thriller, The Canal, allegedly based on Irish folklore. Cory raves about the newly aired SYFY movie, and retcon-sequel Leprechaun Returns.
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18.3.19

MONSTER MARCH MADNESS 2019: Round III

THE ELITE EIGHT! Now 8 of the biggest and baddest monsters from movie history have squared off and are ready fro battle. There can be only 1 winner, and YOU DECIDE! Round III voting will be open; MARCH 18TH to MARCH 24TH.
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13.3.19

PODCAST 350: Warlock Moon, Virgin Witch & Horror Hotel


The Horror Crew reach deep down into the muck and pulled out three witch flicks. Forest rewatched the Joe Bob Briggs commentated Warlock Moon, Rhiannon covers Virgin Witch, a movie likes less every time she watches it. Cory falls down the rabbit hole chasing Horror Hotel, only realizing until it was too late that it's actually The City of the Dead.
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11.3.19

MONSTER MARCH MADNESS 2019: Round II

MONSTER MARCH MADNESS CONTINUES! Now 16 of the biggest and baddest monsters from movie history have squared off and are ready fro battle. There can be only 1 winner, and YOU DECIDE! Round II voting will be open; MARCH 10TH to MARCH 17TH.
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6.3.19

PODCAST 349: Black Sunday, Blood and Black Lace & Planet of the Vampires


This week the Horror Crew dive into a triple feature of Mario Bava that covers stalking killers, space travel and the supernatural. Forest covers Black Sunday, starring Barbara Steele. Rhiannon takes on the inspirational Blood and Black Lace. Cory rounds things out with Planet of the Vampires, which has surprisingly few vampires.
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4.3.19

WRITTEN REVIEW: The House

By CORY CARR
In the aftermath of World War 2, countless atrocities have been uncovered about the Nazi’s, beyond the expected horrors of war. There was torture, murder, and unthinkable experiments carried out across Europe and inside the various concentration camps. In the new film The House (Huset), by Norwegian filmmaker Reinert Kiil, Christmas Blood, a different kind of WWII horror story is woven.
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