Episode 65 Podcast begins with a discussion of the new Wes Craven film My Soul To Take that is currently playing in theaters everywhere. The movie was post-converted to the Real 3D format which is a huge let down. After a schizophrenic serial killer parishes the 7 babies born on the day he died starts turning up dead 16 years later.
The second horror movie analyzed is Night Of The Demons which is a remake that just came out on BluRay yesterday. Some well known actors are in this one including Shannon Elizabeth, Edward Furlong and Bobbi Sue Luther. 85 years after a botched seance, many teenage party-goers get trapped inside a spooky house on Halloween where demons are on the loose in search of souls.
Episode 59 Podcast includes Paul Cram guest hosting who is an actor and joins the crew for a second time. Check out his main website here or leave him a message on his newly developed Guestbook here.
The show begins with a review of the fourth installment of Resident Evil, coined as Afterlife. This movie is currently playing in 3D at theaters everywhere. Milla Jovovich returns as Alice once more, in this horror movie adapted from the popular video game from CapCom. Only a few survivors are left and the group try to take down the corrupt Umbrella Corporation while dealing with gruesome zombies and searching for the safe zone known as Arcadia.
Next the hosts analyze a newly released BluRay called Feast, which was a 2005 HBO Project Greenlight film. “They’re hungry, you’re dinner” is the tagline and it is about a bunch of people get stranded inside a small town bar where there are monsters on the loose which want to eat them. Continue reading →
Episode 55 Podcast includes the trio at HMPod plus Jason Lloyd, the head honcho over at the Horrorphilia Podcast. Jason and his team also publish written content including movie reviews, interviews and a slew of horror trailers. All of Horrorphilia’s work can be found at www.horrorphilia.net.
The first movie analyzed is the highly anticipated 3D film Piranha, which is currently playing at theaters everywhere. Several stars are in this one including Elisabeth Shue, Ving Rhames, Jerry O’Connell and many others. A prehistoric species of Piranha are unleashed after an earthquake at Lake Victoria. It just so happens it is spring break and the students fall prey to the deadly fish.
The second movie discussed is a British film called Tormented that was just released on DVD yesterday. After the suicide of a bullied teenager, all of his classmates fall victim to someone or something in this supernatural, slasheresque tale.
Episode 10 Podcast features a lengthy discussion about the beginning of 3D horror films and movies that have been released over the last century. This is our second episode recorded live via TalkShoe and we had Rick Wallack chime in during the episode. You can find out about his workings on his TalkShoe page here or follow him through Twitter (http://twitter.com/HarrowHouse).
The critics start off with the Vincent Price masterpiece the House Of Wax. From their they jump ahead with reviews from Parasite, Friday The 13th: Part III and Amityville 3-D all released in the early 80′s. Twenty years pass before a new iteration of 3 dimensional technology surfaces and the duo finalize the discussion with My Bloody Valentine and The Final Destination.