We watched Tetsuo, The Iron Man (鉄男 ＴＥＴＳＵＯ) on Shudder and jesus christ; I don’t have any words. Tetsuo is a David Lynchian / Cronenberg-esque film that aims to disturb with intensity and extreme imagery. Everything about this movie is turned up to the max. It’s full of …Visit Episode Page about Tetsuo, The Iron Man (鉄男) Review
Welcome to Horror Movie Talk, an opinionated and accidentally funny horror movie review show. Each week, we cover a new release in theaters or an older flick on streaming/VOD. New episodes every Wednesday.
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We’re two regular guys that like horror movies and talking about them. We crack each other up, so we think other people might like it as well. Give us a try and let us know what you think.
Since there aren’t any new releases out this week, this week we are covering another listener suggestion. This one comes from Anthony F. in San Antonio, TX. “I have listened to almost every episode. I dig what you guys are doing. keep up the good work.I would love to hear your …Visit Episode Page about Kuso Review
The Ruins is the penultimate 2000’s horror movie - way more budget than it’s worth, and interesting enough premise, and tons of schlock. It also stars the most notable nobody of any film ever, Jena Malone, whom you have definitely seen in something but probably can’t remember …Visit Episode Page about The Ruins Movie Review
In our Evil Dead (2013) Review we talk about how it is a great example of a horror remake done right. The bones of the original are still there, but Fede Alvarez creates something unique with this new film. While the original The Evil Dead is essentially a student film with a …Visit Episode Page about Evil Dead (2013) Review
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Horror Movie Talk prioritizes new theatrical releases. Usually we will have our review for a new release out on the following Wednesday. On weeks that there isn’t anything new in theaters, we’ll delve into new releases on Netflix, Amazon Prime, or VOD. Occasionally we’ll cover old classics, especially if there is a remake coming out soon.
We also take requests! Reach out to us on social media and ask us to review your favorite. We’ll put it on the list.