2 Guys And A Chainsaw
It's our 200th Episode! As per tradition, we visit an iconic Wes Craven movie to celebrate this milestone, and we could think of none better than 1996's game-changing "Scream".
Merry Christmas, everyone! This recently rediscovered home invasion thriller from France bore such a striking resemblance to Home Alone that its director threatened to sue John Hughes when the Macauley Caulkin smash debuted two years later.
Something special for Christmas: An Indian slasher film that takes place in an abandoned shopping mall at Christmas time.
Hailed (a bit wrongly) as "the first Stephen King movie written specifically for the screen," this early 90's video store staple is a product of its time.
Happy Thanksgiving! We managed to find an obscure slasher that takes place on this hungriest of holidays.
Robert Forster died last month. As always, we pay tribute to a late actor by reviewing one of his (usually) awful horror films.
A gritty and not so great horror anthology redeems itself by the end, propelling its director straight into a career in filmmaking, and potentially bringing us a new horror icon to rival Jason and Freddy. Happy Halloween everyone!
So it's basically a high school sex comedy with a horror theme, and not scary at all. But for the Halloween season we had to fulfill this request from Loyal Listener Neil, which thrilled Craig to no end.
Accomplished horror director Adam Wingard's pic is kind of a horror movie, but more of a psychological thriller/action pic that happens to be dripping with Halloween atmosphere.