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The Grave Plot Podcast
156 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Episode 180 – Seance/Skull: The Mask
Taylor of Terror is back. Even SkeleTony is back. Finally… The Grave Plot Podcast is BACK. And we’ve done a complete 180! After Tony regales us with tales of new-found fatherhood, we dive into Real World Horror featuring a TikTok user experiencing some strange occurrences outside his home. In Horror Business, we discuss some Toxic Bacon, a remake of Stephen King’s Christine, and Slasher‘s return to TV. We also take a look at Darren Lynn Bousman’s upcoming film based on the famous LaLaurie Mansion as well as a Blair Witch themed escape experience. In our film reviews, we kick things off with a spoiler filled review of Simon Barrett’s directorial debut with Seance. We then move on to discuss the Brazilian slasher Skull: The Mask. We also go off on our usual tangents, including a riveting discussion on The Charleston. So enjoy that! Get loose and kick back because the boys are back with another brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.
146 minutes | May 19, 2021
Episode 179 – The Reckoning/Benny Loves You
One is the loneliest number that you’ll ever do. Luckily, even though SkeleTony is out this episode, Taylor won’t have to do a number one as he enlists the services of Kevin Nesgoda to fill in the role of co-host. Taylor and Kevin tell you the coolest place to find a COVID-19 vaccine… as long as you live in Romania. In Real World Horror, Kevin talks about the Love Has Won cult from Colorado and the curious thing they did with their leader, Mother God. In Horror Business, the boys discuss Robert Egger’s new film, Darren Lynn Bousman’s plans for the Leprechaun franchise, and a head scratching reboot from a major studio. There’s also a look at two sequels that neither of us ever expected. For our film reviews, we talk about Neil Marshall’s alleged return to horror with the witch hunt era period piece The Reckoning. We also discuss the off-the-wall killer teddy bear film Benny Loves You. So kick back, grab a cold one, and enjoy another new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.
171 minutes | May 5, 2021
Episode 178 – We Are the Flesh/We Are What We Are
¡Hola! Welcome to the first ever Grave Plot Podcast Cinco de Mayo special! In honor of today’s holiday, we’re talking about Mexican horror and even, gulp, drinking tequila. Before we get to all that, though, we gotta talk Business – as in Horror Business. In Real World Horror, we talk about a UK homeowner who made a very startling discovery under their house while digging a drainage hole. We also discuss a George A. Romero film being… brought back to life (get it?). We also tell you all about the new clickbait horror anthology from the makers of WNUF Halloween Special, give an update on the new movie based on Disney’s Haunted Mansion, and discuss a new vampire film (dubbed by Taylor as a “blue color Blade“) starring Jamie Foxx and Snoop Dogg. Finally we take a look at the possibility of Adam Wingard returning to the… sigh… MonsterVerse. We then head south of the border for our Cinco de Mayo film reviews! First up is the very… um… polarizing film We Are the Flesh, featuring a homemade underground cave and the depravities that take place therein. Up next is We Are What We Are, the story of a struggling family trying to deal with the loss of their patriarch. Oh, and they also maybe eat people. So grab yourself some cervezas and join us for another brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!
138 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Episode 177 – Jakob’s Wife/Lucky
Do you know where you are? You’re in the jungle, baby! Wake up and grab a steaming hot cup of Grave Plot Podcast to start your day. After some rambling about vaccines and home repair, we kick off Real World Horror with Elon Musk’s business partner discussing the possibility of starting a real life Jurassic Park which makes us ask, has he seen any of the movies? In Horror Business, we discuss a new movie that’s we’re not saying is about aliens, but… ALIENS. We also talk about Mike Flanagan’s next project, updates on the Goodnight Mommy and Slumber Party Massacre remakes, and we’re still trying to figure out what an NFT is thanks to Kevin Smith and his new horror film. Oh, did someone say horror film? Okay, let’s talk about horror films. First up we’ve got the new vampire flick starring icons Babs Crampton and Larry Fessenden, titled Jakob’s Wife. We follow that up with the time loop home invasion mind bender known as Lucky. So buckle up, buttercup, for another rip-roaring episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.
133 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
Episode 176 – Wrong Turn (2021)/Psycho Goreman
Hey, kid. Yeah, you. Wanna know a secret? Lean in close and we’ll whisper in your ear a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast. We open up by mourning the loss of makeup artist Cleve Hall. Cleve was the first celebrity we ever met at our very first ever Crypticon so he holds a special place in Grave Plot lore. We move on to Real World Horror to talk about the pitfalls of trying to sell a haunted house. In Horror Business, we discuss a new horror-comedy starring the Foo Fighters, a new haunted house film from the legendary Sam Raimi, and a new sequel series to The Guest. We also break down the new Resident Evil film and lament yet another spin-off (or two) of The Walking Dead. We then head to the theater for our film reviews, where we talk about the new remake/reboot/re-imagining/re-whatever the fuck of 2003’s Wrong Turn, as well as try to wrap our minds around the absurdity of Psycho Goreman. So come along on a fantastic voyage through the wonderful world of The Grave Plot Podcast.
145 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
Episode 175 – Extra Ordinary/Wake Wood
Who do you think you are? We are! Welcome back to the Grave Plot for the big 1-7-5. We kick off the episode with a bunch of nonsense about vaccines and other irrelevant rantings. Finally, we get to Real World Horror, where we talk about the latest chapter in the TRUE STORY of The Amityville Horror (cue eye roll). In Horror Business, we discuss Rob Zombie’s rumored Munsters movie, a TV series based on Let the Right One In, and a Frankenstein-esque film featuring Willem Dafoe and Emma Stone. This, naturally, led into a discussion on Disney villains. We then give our opinions on a new Predator comic series and a miniseries based on R.L. Stine’s Just Beyond series of graphic novels. In our film reviews, we head off to the Emerald Isle for our annual St. Patrick’s Day salute to Irish horror. First up we talk about the resurrection thriller Wake Wood, a 2009 movie about a pagan ritual gone wrong. Who would have thought? We then review the supernatural comedy Extra Ordinary, featuring Will Forte as a Satan-worshipping music star and the ghost hunting duo that serves as his foil. Oh yeah, we also drank a bunch. Because it’s St. Patrick’s Day. Enjoy!
140 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
Episode 174 – Sacrifice/The Stylist
Oh well they’re back. The men behind the mask. And they crawled out of their hole. We start things off with Real World Horror, where we talk about the slightly creepy act of having dinner with wax figures at a New York steakhouse. We move on to discuss a couple horror films coming to the new Paramount+ service, yet another Stephen King adaptation coming to Netflix, and a reboot of Silent Night, Deadly Night. We also give our opinions on a new Jeepers Creepers movie and the new cast of the Chucky TV show coming to Syfy. For our reviews, we start off with the Lovecraft-inspired Sacrifice, starring the iconic Barbara “Babs” Crampton. We then take a look at Jill Gervagizian’s feature length adaptation of her own short film The Stylist. The moon was full and you had a chance to be all alone, but you’re not alone. This is your last dance and your last romance. Enjoy a new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!
144 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
Episode 173 – Willy’s Wonderland/Saint Maud
Weeeeee’re baaaaack! After taking a break off for the 2021 Grave Plot Film Fest, we’re back to our regularly scheduled program. Today’s episode gets a little off the rails at times, with asides featuring The Avengers, geography, and the best way to trim your pubes (use code GRAVEPLOT for 3% off the Bush Buster 5000). When we finally get down to business, Horror Business that is, we discuss lifeforms that “shouldn’t be there” found in the Arctic in Real World Horror. We go on to discuss The Last of Us casting for the upcoming HBO series, a new Addams Family series coming to Netflix from Tim Burton, and how Neil Blomkamp spent his summer vacation. We also chew over a JJ Abrams project that’s Subject to Change as well as the return of Brittany Snow to the horror genre. For our film reviews, we have a conversation about two highly talked about movies. First up is the slow burning religious thriller known as Saint Maud, about a born-again Catholic looking to save the soul of a dying dancer. It’s a brooding, serious film. Our other review goes to the opposite of the end of the spectrum, with the a caffeine-fueled Nicolas Cage fighting animatronic killer animals in Willy’s Wonderland. Find out our thoughts on these films and much more with a new episode of the one, the only, the incomparable Grave Plot Podcast!
127 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
Episode 172 – Bloody Hell/GetAWAY
OH YOU DIDN’T KNOW? Your ass better CALLLLL SOMEBODY. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages. Grave Plot Podcast is proud to bring to you, a brand new episode! If you’re not down with that, we got two words for you. Luckily, you were saved this time from a long political rant that didn’t actually get recorded. Instead, we just look forward to NOT talking about politics any more, and preparing for the upcoming Grave Plot Film Fest instead. In Real World Horror, we discuss the fine dining covered in The Cannibal Cookbook, from convicted murderer Nico Claux, aka “The Vampire of Paris.” We move on to Horror Business, where we discuss the new Fangoria Studios, Terrifier 2, and an update on the SYFY Day of the Dead TV show. We close out talking about this Spring’s new Resident Evil game, Resident Evil Village as well as an animated – yes, ANIMATED – version of From Dusk Till Dawn. We then hop into the Gravemobile and head straight on into our film reviews. In this episode, we talk about the indie slasher GetAWAY, about a group of college students who make an indie slasher. We also discuss the kidnapped-in-a-strange-land thriller known as Bloody Hell. So strap in, pipe down, and listen up to a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!
154 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
Episode 171 – Castle Freak (2020)/Smiley Face Killers
Fear not, dear listeners, we have returned once again to ring in the new year with a brand new episode! We know you missed us, just as we missed our Christmas episode. However, we get back in the swing of things with our annual gift exchange, plus so much Horror Business that you’ll puke. In Real World Horror, we take a look at a psychotic, deranged, maybe even possessed – who knows? – killer, man-eating… squirrel? YES! We also examine the upcoming Are You Afraid of the Dark? limited series, a potential crossover between Freaky and Happy Death Day, and a new movie starring horror icon Barbara Crampton. We also tell you where to see some classic horror films for free this month and check out a casting call for Jordan Peele’s next flick. For our reviews, we discuss the new remake of the Full Moon classic Castle Freak, as well as Brett Easton Ellis’s Smiley Face Killers. Both feature sex, gore, and rock & roll, but are they any good? You’ll have to listen to find out. So join us, won’t you, on a brand new adventure that is The Grave Plot Podcast.
177 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Episode 170 – Hanukkah/The Golem
Hello and Shalom! Welcome to the first ever Grave Plot Podcast Hanukkah special! Come and enjoy the mitzvah that is this special episode, whether you be Semite or gentile. We start off this festival of frights with a Real World Horror story about an Aztec castle made of human skulls. We then proceed to Horror Business, where we squeal with glee at the announcements of Back 4 Blood and Evil Dead: The Game coming to home video game consoles next year. We also talk about a much more analog game from some of the creators of Halloween Horror Nights in the form of card game “Oh, The Horror!” We then discuss a new Alien series coming to Hulu, a new high school horror film from the filmmakers of Ready Or Not, and a reboot of True Blood. We then jump into our Hanukkah horror film reviews with the holiday themed slasher named, aptly, Hanukkah as well as the new telling of the Jewish myth known as The Golem. While this episode isn’t quite eight nights, it is a long one but it’s a fun one. Hope you enjoy. Happy Hanukkah to all those celebrating from The Grave Plot Podcast!
126 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
Episode 169 – Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight/The Dark and the Wicked
Welcome back to the greatest show on Earth. We’re back in lock down so we’re back to recording remotely. We reach out and touch someone with a brand new episode, featuring so much Horror Business you’ll be like “I’m tired of winning.” We start out with a Real World Horror story about a cannibal math teacher, followed by a story on Jay Z’s first foray into horror with Forty Acres. We then proceed to discuss the newest installment in the Predator series as well as the long gestating sequel to Killer Klowns From Outer Space. We close out the segment with news on Ari Aster’s next project as well as The Last Of Us finally coming to TV. The lion may sleep in the jungle, but Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight with our film review of the first ever Polish slasher film. We also discuss the atmospheric horror The Dark and the Wicked, about a brother and sister who come back home to care for their dying father, to hilarious results. No, not hilarious, terrifying. Yeah, terrifying. So join us once again for another twisting, turning ride through Toon Town as The Grave Plot Podcast keeps on kicking.
148 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
Episode 168 – Scare Me/Spiral
Yo, yo, yo, yo! Pop a 40 and check your Rollies, it’s tyme – er, time for brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast! Today we’re saluting the streaming service Shudder, as we review two of their Shudder Exclusive films. Up first is the scary stories to tell in a cabin in the woods comedy known as Scare Me, followed by the outsider thriller Spiral. Before that, though, we’ve got some Horror Business to discuss, including a fashion designer in search of human skin for “leather face masks” in Real World Horror. We then take a look at the film Video Nasty, being produced by Seth Rogen. Our Shudder coverage continues with a story about the return of the television series “Slasher.” We also have some conversation about sequels to A Quiet Place and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, the return of Neil Marshall to the horror genre, oh, and an unnecessary amount of talk about eating ass. So inject this sweet, sweet new episode straight into your veins.
145 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
Episode 167 – The Wolf of Snow Hollow/Scare Package
Back to reality as Octoberama comes to a close. We are back to our regularly scheduled program with a brand new episode. We kick things off with Real World Horror, where we talk about a Texas artist whose Halloween decorations were apparently too much for his neighbors. In Horror Business, we give an update on the new urban Evil Dead film, titled Evil Dead Rise. We also talk about which one of his father’s stories Joe Hill would be willing to jump into the director’s chair for and the potential for a perfect marriage between Tim Burton and The Addams Family. We then talk about a new Scarlett Johansson film that is definitely not Bride of Frankenstein if anyone asks and scream queen Danielle Harris joining a new slasher, but behind the camera this time. Then, in our film reviews, we talk about the werewolf crime thriller The Wolf of Snow Hollow, that takes a look at the internal demons we all must fight. We also review Scare Package, the horror comedy anthology from Shudder. So come on in and join us. Don’t worry, we’re not Chris Hansen and this isn’t Dateline. But… why don’t you have a seat?
92 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
Octoberama 2020, Vol. 4: The Good Things Devils Do/Boo
Happy, happy Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Happy, happy Halloween! Grave Plot Podcast! It’s almost time, kids. The clock is ticking. Be in front of your podcast apps for the horrorthon. And remember the big giveaway at nine*. Don’t miss it, and don’t forget to wear your masks. The clock is ticking. It’s almost time. Octoberama is coming to a close, which means it’s time for our annual Halloween episode. Today we’re talking about the brand new film The Good Things Devils Do, with a supercast of Kane Hodder, Linnea “Quiggles” Quigley, and Bill Oberst, Jr. We also discuss the 2005 film Boo, NOT the Madea one. So trick or treat. We’ve got some goodies for you. Happy, happy Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Happy, happy Halloween! Grave Plot Podcast! *There is no giveaway
178 minutes | Oct 21, 2020
Octoberama 2020, Vol. 3: Leviathan/The Host
Going into this episode, even we didn’t know what we would be watching. The reason for that is because we let our Patreon patrons pick the theme of this episode and they led us into the briny deep for the first ever Week of the Sea Creature! Before we – ahem – dive in to our film reviews, however, we have to handle our Horror Business. We’ve all heard the stories about razor blades in Halloween candy, but what about razor blades in pizza? We’ll tell you the true story in Real World Horror. We then discuss the sci-fi film Monsters of California, directed by non-other than rockstar-turned-UFOlogist Tom DeLonge. We also tell you which avenging serial killer is returning to Showtime (too obvious?) and re-visit that remake of The Others. Finally, we examine Elvira’s new comic book and a VR version of the Blair Witch video game. We then head into the wild blue yonder as we review the sea monster horror films known as Leviathan and The Host. So put on your speedos and bikinis and get wet with a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.
82 minutes | Oct 14, 2020
Octoberama 2020, Vol. 2: Blood Quantum/The Night Eats the World
Octoberama won’t stay dead. It rises again and again on an unstoppable quest to infect everyone it comes in contact with. That sounds familiar. Oh yeah, it’s the same as the zombies in this week’s episode! This is Week of the Zombie and there is no Horror Business this week. We jump straight into the grave with film reviews of Blood Quantum and The Night Eats the World. You can run, you can hide, but there is no escape from Octoberama. It will find you. It will infect you. Resistance is futile. Join us.
173 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Octoberama 2020, Vol. 1: Fright Night (2011)/Cronos
While 2020 has upended our lives and cancelled a lot of things, it can’t stop yet another round of Octoberama, presented by The Grave Plot Podcast. As usual we kick off the month with Week of the Vampire. This year’s selections features the first full length film from legendary director Guillermo Del Toro, Cronos. It also features a modern remake of Tony’s favorite vampire movie of all time, Fright Night. First off, we’ve got Horror Business to take care of. In Real World Horror, we warn Texans not to drink the water. We go on to discuss a television series based on Nightbreed. Speaking of TV, we introduce you to Bloody Disgusting TV, coming to your Roku. We also tell you about a new Blair Witch “table top experience” and an animated Creepshow series. Finally, with this being week of the vampire, we close out with a story about the new horror comedy Slayers. So sink your teeth into this undead episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!
174 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
Episode 166 – Spree/Open 24 Hours
Summer’s over. The sunny weather has gone away, the leaves have all turned brown. There’s a nip in the air and pumpkin spice is everywhere. So let’s have one last end-of-summer rager! Let’s kick things off with Real World Horror about the “Gordon Ramsey of the afterlife.” He’s mean, he hates dirty dishes, and he calls people idiot sandwiches probably. Listen in for the whole story. Then we talk about Horror Business, including the Travel Channel’s “Ghostober” lineup, featuring ghost hunting, ghost hunting with the Osbournes, and more ghost hunting! We go on to discuss Megan Fox’s return to horror in a movie filmed during the pandemic, a sequel to the viral hit “Take This Lollipop,” and a brand new Five Nights at Freddy’s game. We close things out with an update on the end of The Walking Dead, which is actually a setup for even more The Walking Dead. For our film reviews, we talk about a couple of fresh ones. Recently released on VOD, we first examine the scary concept of being Open 24 Hours. This slasher slid under a lot of radars so make sure to see if it’s worth your time. We also discuss the social media fueled Spree, featuring Joe Keery doing it #AllForTheClicks. So tap the keg and crank up a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!
161 minutes | Sep 9, 2020
Episode 165 – The Pale Door/Ravenous
Howdy partner! We’ve got a rootin’, tootin’ new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast and today we’re headed to the wild, wild west to talk about horror westerns! Before we hit the ol’ dusty trail, though, we’ve gotta talk about this Horror Business. In Real World Horror, we talk about a German graveyard featuring bodies being buried upside down. Why, you ask? Some kind of cult ritual? No, no, it’s much simpler than that. It’s because of ZOMBIES. We also play a round of “good news, bad news” with a story on a brand new Haunted Mansion themed movie coming from Disney. Don’t get too excited, remember there’s bad news. We then reminisce on our times getting drunk and playing Left 4 Dead 2 because there’s a new official unofficial update coming for the game! We also discuss a full length version of Jill Gevargizian’s The Stylist, a whole franchise coming for Army of the Dead, and we delve into the strange world of Darren Lynn Bousman’s One Day Die. We then rustle up our film reviews. First up, we discuss the new witchy western The Pale Door, featuring Zachary Knighton, Pat Healy, and a gang of outlaws taking on an army of sinister Salem sorceresses. We then head to the snowy Sierra Nevada mountains for Ravenous. This pitch black comedic cannibal film feature Guy Pierce, Robert Carlyle, and – naturally – David Arquette. What could go wrong? So saddle up and let’s ride into the sunset with a brand new Grave Plot Podcast!
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