About This Show
We review horror movies. We tackle everything from the well-known blockbuster flicks, to the classics (with the occasional TV show thrown in). Nothing is too high or lowbrow, as we dissect everything from "Don’t Look Now" to "Leprechaun" with equal fervor. Join us, won’t you, as we revel in the blood and guts of the genre. Aficionados and noobs alike, everyone will find something to love about The Bloodlust.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
103 | I Remember You
1 day ago
Director: Oskar Thor AxelssonWriters: Oskar Thor Axelsson, Otto Geir Borg, [novel by] Yrsa SigurdardottirSynopsis: A psychiatrist mourning the mysterious disappearance of his son is caught up in another mystery, when he is called in to assist a detective in the investigation of a suicide. An old woman has hung herself, but her body showed clear signs of abuse, which didn’t seem to come from her husband. Together they uncover her connection to another missing boy, one who disappeared decades ago, & whose apparition has begun to appear to the psychiatrist. Could these events somehow be connected to his own missing son?Another plot line follows an uneasy trio who travel to the same area in Iceland to renovate an old cabin. The husband & wife have recently patched things up after a separation following the loss of their child. They are accompanied by a female friend, & there are clear unspoken conflicts at the heart of each person’s relationship with the other, though the nature of those conflicts aren’t revealed right away. Amidst the renovation montages & tense interactions with her husband & friend, the wife also begins to have visions of the mysterious boy.Next movie will be the aptly-named rape revenge thriller, Revenge.
Music courtesy of Peter Perfect. Check him out on Instagram | SoundcloudRead more »
Rated 5 out of
One of my favorite podcasts!
Highly recommend. A perfect blend of thoughtful and silly; produced by "4 classy broads and a token dude", who are unafraid to disagree. They're unpretentious friends who clearly enjoy watching and talking about all genres and aspects of horror: production, directing, acting, writing, genre history, audience reception, studio machinations, and the movie-going experience.
If you like to hearing real people give smart, quirky, funny, and honest opinions about film, you will love this podcast. I look forward to it as an intelligent, witty, very often laugh-out-loud respite from my normal podcast diet.
Date published: 2018-06-28