Episode 95: Robin Redbreast (1970)


1970s British TV Folk Horror. DIG IT

Reminder: For the regular march, Joey has chosen a Werner Herzog movie because of course he has. NOSFERATU, THE VAMPYRE from 1979

Episode 94: The Fly (1958) VS The Fly (1986)

A classic Sci Fi mystery and one of the greatest body horror films of all time go head to head as we contrast and compare both versions of THE FLY

For March, Joey has chosen a Werner Herzog movie because of course he has. NOSFERATU, THE VAMPYRE from 1979

Episode 93: Blade of the Immortal (2017)

This month Joey chooses the 100th feature film of Takashi Miike; “Blade of the Immortal” and bloodworms and bodycounts are discussed. Incidentally, “Bloodworms and Bodycounts” is the name of my Cradle of Filth cover band.

Next time Nicole has decided that it would be a good idea to dust off the VERSUS format for the shortest month of the year. So join us next time as we discuss, compare and contrast both the 1958 and 1986 editions of THE FLY.

Episode 92: The Dead Don’t Die (2019)

Once again an audible was called for… reasons. We get into in the episode, but we ended up watching Jim Jarmusch’s laconic zom-com “The Dead Don’t Die”. It’s about zombies… you know, “ghouls”… the undead.

Next time Joey is back on his weebo bullshit and we’re watching another japanese movie. Blade of the Immortal!

Bride of the Creature: Episode 91 – The Horrors of Malformed Men (1969)

Look. I know we were supposed to be watching Doctor Sleep this month, but it’s not easy to get to the theatre. Things happen… things BURN. Anyway, when it became apparent we weren’t going to have a chance to see Doctor Sleep an audible was called and Joey picked Teruo Ishii’s 1969 film “The Horrors of Malformed Men”. It’s… well, it’s got a lot going on.

Son of the Creature – Episode 01: Goosebumps (2015)

Happy Halloween! We’re joined by a (sort-of) returning guest for a quick Halloween bonus episode looking at his current favorite movie.

Bride of the Creature – Episode 90: Scream Franchise Halloween Special

What’s your favorite Scary-Funny-Meta-Eventually-Bad Movie Franchise?

Next time on Bride of the Creature:

Date Night! The Bride and Creature are leaving their lair to take in a picture show. We’re going to be watching MIke Flanagan’s new Stephen King adaptation “Doctor Sleep!”

Bride of the Creature – Episode 89: Burnt Offerings (1976)

Never move into a spooky old house! I mean, come on!

Next time on Bride of the Creature:

It’s the most wonderful tiiiiiiiiiiiime of the year. To celebrate the best month of the year we want you to SCREAM and SCREAM AGAIN and then SCREAM FOR A THIRD TIME and then even though it’s pretty unnecessary at this point SCREAM A FOURTH TIME!!! Yes, we’re going to go through ALL FOUR of Wes Craven’s SCREAM films and probably argue about the ranking order. You won’t want to miss it.

Bride of the Creature – Episode 88: Ginger Snaps (2000)


Next time on Bride of the Creature:

A young family moving into a great big old house in the country? What could possibly go wrong?! Nothing bad ever happens to Oliver Reed or Karen Black! From the darkest depths of 1976 it’s Dan Curtis’ “Burnt Offerings”

Bride of the Creature – Episode 87: Die Farbe (2010)

Only a podcast by analogy…

Next time on Bride of the Creature:

From tropical Germany we travel to the land of the double double, socialized healthcare and unearned smug superiority! From the darkest depths of the new millenium comes John Fawcett’s classic tale of lycanthropy and menstruation “Ginger Snaps!”

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