We watched the original Friday the 13th on Shudder, and while it definitely represents the film version of pulp, it’s the original upon which so many slashers have been based. It delivers in a charming way and the twist is still impressive after all these years. It’s 40th birthday will be this Saturday, May 9th, 2020. … [Read more...] about Friday the 13th (1980) Review & JJ Villard Interview
Horror Movie Talk Episodes
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The one, the only (well not really), the original! Yes the time has arrived to finally unleash our review of Texas Chainsaw Massacre. This episode we recorded over a year ago, back when we were zygotes. … [Read more...] about Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) Review
We watched Quarantine for free on Crackle and it hasn’t lost it’s luster. This is still a staple of the found footage genre, and one that sticks out in my mind for a number of reasons. On this episode we go over the movie, play a rousing game of Attack of the Rotten Tomatoes, and talk about what happened to us over social media over the last week. We also discuss a bit of what it's been like in our own quarantine. … [Read more...] about Quarantine Movie Review
This week we watched The Wicker Man (1973) which can be found streaming on Netflix, and it lives up to the hype. On this episode, we are joined by Ben Warrington with his recommendations for movies to stream during quarantine, and we also read comments and questions from Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. … [Read more...] about The Wicker Man (1973) Review
We watched The Platform on Netflix with a bunch of HMT fans over the Chrome Netflix Party extension and boy, I love this movie! While I am certain that lots of purists will debate whether this is horror or not, I assure you, it’s worth the watch and will definitely find some way to make your skin crawl. The timing of this release makes me wonder if Netflix has a bunch of totally apropos titles just waiting in the wings to be released whenever they are most relevant. … [Read more...] about The Platform Review
The Bye Bye Man. What can be said about this extremely average film? Maybe you shouldn't see it or think about it, but in all honesty, if you have some family that likes bad slashers, you should probably see this film on Netflix right now. … [Read more...] about David’s Review of Bye Bye Man
Magnus, one of our longest listeners has consistently asked us to review The Bye Bye Man. So this is his fault. Because of social distancing measures and out of an abundance of caution, Me and David recorded our thoughts on The Bye Bye Man separately. Stay safe out there. … [Read more...] about Bryce’s Review of The Bye Bye Man
We watched The Taking of Deborah Logan on Shudder because right now, this virus is threatening all of our old people. I have to say, while my initial first watch impressions of this movie were much better, this is still a solid horror movie about the compelling topic of old people gone crazy. … [Read more...] about The Taking of Deborah Logan Review
Wrong Turn is a blast from the past, but was it a blast to watch it? Eh. It is what it is. It's a guilty pleasure horror movie that features psychotic inbred mountain men. If that sounds like your bag, give it a watch. Regardless, listen to our review, because we probably had more fun reviewing it than watching it. … [Read more...] about Wrong Turn (2003) Review
We rented The Exorcism of Emily Rose on Amazon, and while Bryce couldn’t seem to stay awake, I was reminded of one of my favorite possession movies ever made. This was a Patreon pick of the month, and they voted on it, so we reviewed it. … [Read more...] about The Exorcism of Emily Rose Review