Before X and Pearl, Ti West brought us this 70's horror callback. Synopsis Twelve years before the success of movies X and Pearl, Ti West’s first breakout feature film The House of the Devil was released. This film follows Samantha, played by Jocelin Donahoe, a broke …Visit Episode Page about The House of the Devil Review
A Podcast About Horror Movies
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.
Horror Movie Podcast
This is our Horror Movie Podcast, there are many like it, but this one is ours.
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.
Critics are split on this new movie from Zelda Williams and Diablo Cody, but We're nearly unanimous, Lisa Frankenstein is a good time and you should go see it in theaters. Synopsis Set in the late 80’s, Lisa is the weird new girl in school dealing with the grief of her …Visit Episode Page about Lisa Frankenstein Review
Synopsis Four petty criminals who film their violent crimes are strapped for cash, so they find a job to break into a creepy old house to steal a mysterious VHS tape. Once they’re inside, they slowly realize that this excursion might not be worth the money, as there is a dead …Visit Episode Page about V/H/S Review
Synopsis Suspiria (1977) (not to be confused with Suspiria 2018) is a movie about a young American woman named Suzie who relocates to Germany to join a prestigious dance academy. As Suzie begins to adjust to her new life, she stumbles into a world of conspiracy that seems to …Visit Episode Page about Suspiria (1977) Review
Horror Podcast for New Horror Movies
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.