Adventures in Movies: She’s Lost Control
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by Nathaniel Muir
17m ago
We explore women coming undone — discussing a bewildering blast from the past, “Night of the Coba Woman”, and a modern marvel, “Stopmotion”. Stopmotion We begin, as always, with news of what’s happening in the world of horror. We may give our opinions on a few movies each week, but it is rare that we go back and remind the audience that they have to go out and watch something. Lovely, Dark, and Deep is the rare exception. We have absolutely gushed about it since we first saw it last year and are glad to see it has finally been released in theaters. There are a lot of options on what to ..read more
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The Daily Dig: Blood Dolls (1999)
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by Bobby Lisse
17m ago
Absurdity abounds in “Blood Dolls” — a typical Full Moon film that looks like “Puppet Master” through a twisted John Waters filter. An eccentric billionaire experiments with biological inventions to aid his pursuit of revenge and love. Let’s dig into 1999’s BLOOD DOLLS, directed by Charles Band! As I See It You can’t help but make the connection between this and Puppet Master. They’re both Charles Band productions, and they both feature killer dolls. The dolls look to be from the same universe, which makes it surprising that they weren’t created by the same artist, which leads me to believe ..read more
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Fiction Friday: The Devil’s Backbone
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by Morgan Straker
22h ago
A collection of Appalachian horror stories from a trio of talented writers, “The Devil’s Backbone” is uneven but far from uninteresting. No time to read? Click the button below to listen to this post. Listen The Devil’s Backbone is a mysterious place that snakes through the Appalachian Mountains. Portals to other dimensions and otherworldly beings live along its spine. Sometimes, locals cross paths with these beings; others can commune with them and decipher their wants and needs. Some dismiss these beings as devils and certain sites along the Devil’s Backbone as portals to hell. The Devil’s ..read more
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Flashback Friday: The Psychic (1977)
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by PBhorror
1d ago
An underrated giallo gem, “The Psychic” is easily one of Fulci’s best — an innovative, smartly scripted, surprising supernatural mystery. No time to read? Click the button below to listen to this post. Listen Lucio Fulci has always been a mixed-bag director for me. Some of his films I’ve loved, others I’ve hated. I think Don’t Torture a Duckling (1972) is one of the most unique giallo films of the ‘70s, and Zombie (1979) is also a lot of fun. But unlike most horror fans, I have little patience for the “Gates of Hell” movies like The Beyond (1981), which I find boring and formless. So, when I ..read more
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The Daily Dig: Black Moon (1975)
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by Bobby Lisse
1d ago
An indigestible expression of art like an acid trip in a museum, “Black Moon” drops an intriguing plot for moments of psychosis. Fleeing a war between man and woman, Lily finds a cottage in the woods with an eccentric family, pixie-like children, and their odd beasts. Let’s dig into 1975’s BLACK MOON, directed by Louis Malle! As I See It Escaping an ongoing war between man and woman, Lily finds herself in a fantastical world at a sprawling estate in the woods. Oversized, engorged animals, including a stubby unicorn, serve as unsettling markers for what becomes a descent into a world of inno ..read more
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Take Two Review: Stopmotion (2024)
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by Stephanie Malone
2d ago
One of the most affecting and jaw-droppingly original horror films I’ve seen in some time, “Stopmotion” demands to be seen. No time to read? Click the button below to listen to this post. Listen Plato said, “Creativity is a divine madness.” Aristotle said, “No great genius was without a mixture of insanity.” I’ve never met a truly obsessive artist — the kind compelled to create like it’s akin to breathing — who wasn’t lugging around a heft of baggage, with countless inner demons exorcised through artistic expression. Perhaps some great genius exists outside of madness, but I’m inclined to th ..read more
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Creepy and Geeky: Slasher Sequels
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by Stephanie Malone
2d ago
Creepy and Geeky celebrates our return with a look back at the return of two slasher classics, “Slumber Party Massacre” and “Prom Night”. SHOW NOTES FROM HOST ROBERT: On this episode of “What’s Your Favorite Double Feature?”, returning guest Onika brings the campy sequels Slumber Party Massacre 2 and Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night 2. … The Slumber Party Massacre was a 1982 American slasher film directed by Amy Holden Jones, written by Rita Mae Brown, and financed by none other than Roger Corman. The film follows a high school senior who gathers her friends for a slumber party ..read more
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Another GD Horror Pod: Ben Roy
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by Stephanie Malone
2d ago
This week, we invite you to unlock the secrets of horror with the incomparable Denver-based comedian and musician Ben Roy. SHOW NOTES FROM THE GODDAMN GUYS: Tune in as we delve deep into the realms of horror with the multifaceted artist Ben Roy.  … Known for his comedic brilliance and musical talent, Ben Roy takes us on a chilling journey through his artistic endeavors, sharing insights into his creative process and his unique perspective on the horror genre. Join us as we explore the darker corners of comedy, music, and life itself, with spine-tingling discussions on the interplay betw ..read more
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Wild Wednesdays: The Spanish Chainsaw Massacre
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by Jonas Barnes
3d ago
If you have a strong stomach and taste for the filthier, more demented, gorier side of horror, buckle up for “The Spanish Chainsaw Massacre”. No time to read? Click the button below to listen to this post. Listen Welcome to your weekly dose of the extreme, my Morbidly Beautiful readers. Thanks to our friends over at Wild Eye Releasing, I’ve come into possession of some of the most vile, sick, disgusting, and wonderful independent horror around from Wild Eye’s “Raw & Extreme” line of films. And we’re starting off this limited series with a bang, reviewing The Spanish Chainsaw Massacre. Be ..read more
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Reel Review: Cold Meat (2024)
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by Nathaniel Muir
3d ago
An effectively chilling and unexpected tale of survival, “Cold Meat” will keep you on the edge of your seat, shivering with anticipation. No time to read? Click the button below to listen to this post. Listen Cold Meat is a different type of “man versus nature” survival thriller. A chance encounter leads to David (Allen Leech, Downton Abbey) saving a waitress from her abusive ex-husband. When he gets back on the road, he finds himself in a blizzard. He soon finds himself stranded in the snow, fighting the cold and other elements. It is the type of story that has no middle ground. Films about ..read more
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