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58 minutes | Oct 17, 2021
Ep 69: Interview w/Wendy Foxworth from "Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers"
There aren’t many performances in the Halloween franchise as memorable as Wendy Foxworth’s portrayal of Tina Williams. She was a free spirit, hated cats, and was never sensible if she could help it! Tune in to hear all about filming “Halloween 5,” the influence Tina has had on horror fans, and Wendy’s thoughts on both the lovers and the haters.
49 minutes | Oct 10, 2021
Ep 68: Interview w/Stacey Nelkin from "Halloween III: Season of the Witch"
The third “Halloween” film may have taken a stab at horror without Michael Myers, but it introduced us to 3 killer masks, a haunting jingle, and Stacey Nelkin’s iconic character — Ellie Grimbridge. Tune in to hear all about making this cult classic, how they filmed all her scenes as a robot, and her thoughts on what actually happened to Ellie at the end.
55 minutes | Oct 3, 2021
Ep 67: Interview w/Ana Alicia from "Halloween II" (1981)
Ana Alicia played Haddonfield Memorial Hospital’s most innocent (and non tech-savvy) nurse in “Halloween II.” Tune in to hear all about the acting class that led to her involvement in the film, how her death scene resulted in an actual injury on set, and the crazy story behind being taken flying by a fellow cast member before shooting began.
51 minutes | Sep 26, 2021
Ep 66: Interview w/Deborah Voorhees from "F13: A New Beginning" & "13 Fanboy"
Deborah Voorhees may have met her demise via gardening shears in “Friday the 13th: A New Beginning,” but she’s back directing & starring in a new slasher flick featuring tons of horror stars — “13 Fanboy.” Tune in to hear all about filming her scenes in the fifth F13 movie, how she came up with the story behind this new thriller, and why horror lovers should definitely check out “13 Fanboy” when it hits select theaters and VOD on Oct. 22.
55 minutes | Sep 19, 2021
Ep 65: Interview w/Adrienne Barbeau, Horror Icon
For over 40 years, Adrienne Barbeau has established an unrivaled legacy in genre films like “The Fog,” “Escape From New York,” “Creepshow,” “Swamp Thing,” and countless others. Tune in to hear all about filming these classics, her memorable first encounter with John Carpenter, and her thoughts on being referred to as a “horror icon.”
55 minutes | Sep 12, 2021
Ep 64: Gabriel is no Superhost
Over the top… and in the best way possible. That’s the simplest way to describe the two horror movies we discuss this week. From Matrix-style action kills and a mind-boggling twist in “Malignant,” to a batshit crazy performance in “Superhost” that’s every AirBnB goer’s worst nightmare, both of these movies are a total hoot!
61 minutes | Sep 5, 2021
Ep 63: Interview w/Pooya Mohseni from "Terrifier"
Actor and trans advocate, Pooya Mohseni, made quite an impact as the Cat Lady in “Terrifier.” And her inspiring story truly moved us. Tune in to hear all about making this throwback slasher film, how her original part was expanded, and the very important work she does writing and consulting on stories representing the LGBTQ+ community.
58 minutes | Aug 29, 2021
Ep 62: Night at Candyman's House
This week we did something crazy — we got off our couches and went to see two new theatrical horror releases! Psychological thriller, “The Night House,” is literally all about “Nothing,” while the “Candyman” sequel/reboot had us avoiding mirrors, bees, and even the song “Say My Name” by Destiny’s Child.
63 minutes | Aug 22, 2021
Ep 61: Interview w/Daniel Farrands, "Halloween 6" Writer & "Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman" Writer/Director
Daniel Farrands declared in 1989 that he’d be the one to write the sixth Halloween film, and the universe delivered. Tune in to hear what he really intended to happen in “Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers,” the incredible story of how he got the writing gig, and all the details on his latest movie, “Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman” (available on VOD on September 3rd).
56 minutes | Aug 15, 2021
Ep 60: Interview w/Kelli Maroney from "Night of the Comet" & "Chopping Mall"
Everyone’s favorite badass cheerleader from the ‘80s, Kelli Maroney made fighting zombies in “Night of the Comet” and battling killbots in “Chopping Mall” look super cool. Tune in to hear her stories about shooting guns and doing stunts on set, which character she identified with the most, and all the talk around rebooting both films.
53 minutes | Aug 8, 2021
Ep 59: Shut the Door, We're Old!
How cheesy are the “Old” jokes we make about ourselves? And was M. Night Shyamalan’s new thriller a Sixth Sense-level success or a The Happening-level disaster? Tune in for the answers to both, along with our review of “The Boy Behind the Door” — a suspenseful Shudder original that was quite the pleasant surprise.
57 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
Ep 58: Interview w/Rob Schmidt, Director of "Wrong Turn" (2003)
Not only did the original “Wrong Turn” spawn 5 sequels and a reboot, it made people think twice about taking shortcuts. We chatted with Director Rob Schmidt, who told us all about filming this backwoods slasher, how famous actors were originally supposed to play the inbreds, and the battle over which actor got the final kill.
61 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
Ep 57: "Fear Street" trilogy w/Hiko Mitsuzuka
This week we welcome Fear Street expert and mega fan, Hiko Mitsuzuka, to the podcast to discuss this Netflix horror trilogy. Tune in to hear us break down which characters we loved (and loathed), which kills made Tim clutch his pearls, and how Netflix must have paid a fortune for all those establishing songs.
41 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
Ep 56: Interview w/Katherine Kamhi from "Sleepaway Camp"
In the original “Sleepaway Camp,” Katherine Kamhi didn’t just tell you her name – she spelled it out for you. Tune in to hear all about playing villainous camp counselor M-E-G, the improv she had to do for her audition, showing up to set on the first day in a limo, and the many summer flings that went on behind the scenes.
50 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
Ep 55: Forever Megan Fox
From a franchise that won’t quit, to an actress we thought called it quits, this episode is filled with surprises. First we discuss “The Forever Purge,” a unique entry in the not so far-fetched anymore “Purge” series. Then we grovel over Megan Fox’s flawlessness… along with her badass, body-dragging performance in “Till Death.”
61 minutes | Jul 4, 2021
Ep 54: Interview w/Andre Gower from “The Monster Squad”
Andre Gower was a young teenager when he played Sean, the leader of "The Monster Squad,” in this beloved 80s horror-comedy. Tune in to hear all about filming with such an eclectic cast, how an anniversary screening revealed the film’s cult following, and what led to creating his heartfelt documentary, “Wolfman’s Got Nards.”
45 minutes | Jun 27, 2021
Ep 53: The Stalker Must Babysit
Sometimes trailers don’t reveal how truly insane a movie will be — that’s the story behind the two thrillers we discuss this week. “Stalker” reminds viewers to make sure your webcam’s off when having a little alone time, while “Babysitter Must Die” proves that all you need is scout training to ward off home-invading, apocalyptic cultists.
50 minutes | Jun 20, 2021
Ep 52: The Devil Kept Me Awake
This week we discuss how Hollywood amped up the new Conjuring movie with tons of SFX and gorgeous actors playing the real-life players in “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.” We also fall in love with Gina Rodriguez’s performance in Netflix’s new Bird Box-esque thriller, “Awake” ... but not much else.
48 minutes | Jun 13, 2021
Ep 51: Interview w/Jill Whitlow from "Night of the Creeps"
If you don’t recognize Jill Whitlow by her sweet, endearing voice, you’ll remember her as the girl-next-door turned badass zombie fighter, Cynthia, in “Night of the Creeps.” Tune in to hear all about working with that iconic flamethrower, drinking until all hours with her co-stars, and the Friday the 13th fan film she’s about to film – "Victim No More."
50 minutes | Jun 6, 2021
Ep 50: Stay Quiet, Then Retreat!
A horror sequel that lives up to the original? A middle-of-nowhere survival flick that doesn’t feel overdone? Both movies we discuss this week are terrifying treats. Tune in to find out how “A Quiet Place Part II” remains truly scary despite its PG-13 rating, and why “The Retreat” (2021) is the perfect thriller to kick off pride month.
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