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Dead Ringers is a twice monthly horror podcast covering double features with shared DNA (e.g. premise, structure, concept), but distinct personalities. Each episode, host and producer Nolan McBride is joined by a rotating panel of co-hosts to analyze each film individually before comparing and contrasting the differences in their approaches and highlighting what each movie brings to the horror genre.
 
A horror podcast for horror newbies and super fans alike. Horror head Travis Ybarra introduces his friends and Producer Kate to carefully curated horror films they've never seen before, sharing fun facts and turning them into fans along the way. https://www.horror-fyingmyfriends.com/ horrorfyingmyfriends@gmail.com Talk with us on ... Twitter: @HorrorfyingMF Instagram: @horrorfyingmyfriends Facebook: @horrorfyingmyfriends (Any clips that may appear in this podcast are pursuant to fair use cop ...
 
Mystery to Me is a brand new podcast hosted by Áine Cain and Kevin Greenlee. We're fans of all things mystery. Mystery to Me will feature us riffing on murder mysteries, film noir, cozy detective stories, police procedurals, psychological thrillers, legal dramas, tales of teen sleuths, and more. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. And send your own recommendations on what to watch to mysterytomepodcast@gmail.com. Stay mysterious! Mystery ...
 
Join Casey and Ingrid as they take a humorous dive into the origins of your favorite idioms, and we all learn something new. They chew the fat, spill the tea and the beans, and shoot the breeze until they get to the root of the matter. Follow the soothing voices of this duo as they venture down winding rabbit holes of lighthearted banter, having fun while uncovering some language truths.
 
Brave film explorer comrades Joey Reinisch and Chris McCaleb journey to far the reaches of cinema. In each mission, they will analyze, report and criticize a film from THE CRITERION COLLECTION, hopefully maintaining their sanity in the presence of extreme motion picture brilliance...or something.
 
Jason Concepcion and Shea Serrano discuss two movies and the things that connect them. Each episode will focus around a theme. That theme can be anything from characters from similar movievations, merciless mentors, and killer robots. They will then break down the connections of that main theme through a series of segments and games to share their love for not only these two movies, but cinema and its themes as a whole.
 
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Nolan is joined by Paul Farrell and Philip Yount — as well as special guest Trevor Henderson — to discuss Herk Harvey's CARNIVAL OF SOULS (1962) and Willard Huyck & Gloria Katz's MESSIAH OF EVIL (1973). The crew catch up on new discoveries, rewatches, and recent releases before being chased around an eerie, seaside town by a pack of ghouls. Other m…
 
It was the best of Grimes, it was the worst of Grimes. Perry Mason was a popular legal drama-mystery series centered around the exploits of its titular character, an ingenious criminal defense lawyer played by Raymond Burr. Author Erle Stanley Gardner initially dreamed up the character, who has inspired movies, radio serials, a CBS show, and a rece…
 
Identity, separation anxiety and incest—oh my! David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers drudges up a lot of deep issues with a dash of body horror, and our friend Josh Sturgeon was, as always, the perfect study. He came hella prepared and with some hot takes. Get into it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/horror-fying-my-friends/support…
 
Andy is joined by journalist Hugo Rifkind and comedians Susie McCabe, Ria Lina and Andrew Maxwell to dismantle and discuss the week's news, including the energy crisis, lack of Co2 and Boris's trip to the US.The script is written by host Andy Zaltzman with additional material by Alice Fraser, Mike Shephard, Rajiv Karia and Esther Manito.It is produ…
 
We wrap up our mystery mini marathon with the movie that launched a star, Lady MacBeth. Or, the Florence Pugh Power Hour (and 30 minutes). This terse tale was made for next to nothing, but established Florence Pugh as a name to watch. This week, we discuss dislikable characters and when they're likable, culpability, the trauma of viewing death, and…
 
We're back at it this week as our mini marathon continues. This week, we're looking at the Sofia Coppola remake of The Beguiled from 2017. This modern take on the classic story feature Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, and Kirsten Dunst. We're joined by our beloved friend Kirsten Therkelson to tackle this period drama. This week, we discuss the work of…
 
Face it. You’re damned … if you don’t listen to this ep with our friend and true artist Crickett Martin! We don’t just cover Francis Lawrence’s 2005 comic adaptation—Constantine, starring Keanu Reeves, Tilda Swinton, Rachel Weisz and Peter Stormare. After we wrap with our ratings for the film, Horror Host Travis and Crickett dive into a quick rundo…
 
This week on the show we look at a more fairy tale centric werewolf story, taking the mythology all the way back to its origins and giving us the first British werewolf tale in a few years with 1984's anthology-ish movie The Company Of Wolves directed by Neil Jordan (The Crying Game, Interview WIth A Vampire.) and starring Angela Lansbury & David W…
 
Andy Zaltzman is joined by comedians Paul Sinha, Neil Delamere and Zoe Lyons to discuss the week's news, including Boris Johnson's reshuffle, winter covid plans and Emma Raducanu's heroics in New YorkHosted and written by Andy Zaltzman with additional material by Alice Fraser, Max Davis, Richard Stott and Rajiv Karia.Producers: Sam Michell and Gwyn…
 
On this Off-Topic episode, Emily von Seele is joined by the filmmaking family behind Hellbender — Toby Poser, John Adams, and Zelda Adams — to talk about the unexpected inspirations for their new film, making movies on the road during a pandemic, and the unique challenges and rewards of acting opposite your real-life family. Links of interest and/o…
 
Barney Miller rang in its seventh season with a few assorted homicides. The long-running police sitcom starred Hal Linden as the titular captain, along with Max Gail, Ron Glass, James Gregory, and Steve Landesburg. In "Homicide: Part One" and "Homicide: Part Two" — episodes that ran on October 30 and November 6 of 1980 — the entire station gets ove…
 
Strap in for some laughs, you ungodly warlocks! Regular from the Film Seizure podcast Chuck Moore joins us to discuss Lucio Fulci's 1981 horror classic The Beyond. Don't forget to check out the Film Seizure podcast anywhere you get your pods. https://filmseizure.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/horror-fying-my-friends/support…
 
This week on Season 12: Wolfamania, we wrap up our look into the year of the wolf, 1981, with quite possibly the most famous Werewolf movie of all time next to the original Wolf Man. It's definitely the only other werewolf film to get full merchandising lines, action figure lines and even a spot at Universal Studio's Halloween Horror Nights. It is …
 
Hello and welcome to another new episode of the GenreCast! We're back this week in our finest clothes because we're taking a look at Paul Thomas Anderson's Phantom Thread. The 2017 drama about a designer and his muse landed several nominations and accolades—maybe none bigger than being chosen for our analysis table. This week, we're diving in to ta…
 
Wolfamania continues with our look into the 2nd entry into the 1981 werewolf movie craze with a quite different take on that myhthology as we watch WOLFEN directed by Michael Wadleigh. We'll discuss how this pure horror meets crime drama hybrid packs a unique punch that sets it apart from its contemporaries, part of which is its embarassment of cha…
 
Arg, matey, contrary to what the title suggests, this ain't a pirate flick! Tell No Tales is a 1939 mystery film from director Leslie Fenton, starring Melvyn Douglas, Louise Platt, Gene Lockhart, and Douglass Dumbrille. Douglas plays Michael Cassidy, the civic-minded editor of The Evening Guardian newspaper. When a competitor threatens to shut down…
 
Join Casey and Ingrid as they discuss cake, Cromwell, and the Unabomber. Sources: https://grammarist.com/phrase/have-your-cake-and-eat-it-too/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/You_can%27t_have_your_cake_and_eat_it http://itre.cis.upenn.edu/~myl/languagelog/archives/002762.html https://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/20/magazine/20FOB-onlanguage-t.html https:/…
 
It's another special episode. This week's episode is another Patreon-sponsored pick from Bekah. And she chose the wildly weird Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar—a character focused comedy from the minds of Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo (who co-wrote Bridesmaids). On this episode, we discuss othering of characters as presented in the film, we try to…
 
Gather round, ace Boomtown-booms! Boomtown was a police drama set in Los Angeles that premiered on September 29, 2002. Created by Band of Brothers alumnus Graham Yost, the show employs an innovative non-linear approach to storytelling. Episodes are divided between the perspective of Donnie Wahlberg's LAPD Detective Joel Stevens, Mykelti Williamson'…
 
Welcome to the landmark 12th season of The Seeking Human Victims podcast. This is a "Spin off" season, going back to our wildly popular "Universal Monsters" season where the modern movie monster template was created and will be an annual feature here on the show. Last year we looked at the children of "Creature From The Black Lagoon" with Season 7 …
 
Nolan is joined by Kat McBride, Ben McBride, and Emily von Seele to discuss Wes Craven's A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984) and Bernard Rose's CANDYMAN (1992). The crew digs into new discoveries, rewatches, and recent releases before being targeted by urban legends that have come to life and are seeking revenge for their extrajudicial killings. Other…
 
What happens when the Prime Minister suddenly stops being Prime Minister?One day you're the most powerful person in the country, the next you're irrelevant, forced into retirement 30 years ahead of schedule and find yourself asking 'What do I do now?'Miles Jupp stars as Henry Tobin - Britain's shortest serving and least popular post war PM (he mana…
 
We journey back into the 90s with a look at a little gem from 1992 that boasts a stellar cast, Sneakers. A massive hit upon release, Sneakers seems to have become something of an under seen hidden gem. Robert Redford leads a crew into a wrong man espionage escapade. We discuss the politics of early 90s Hollywood, cinema and the 1960s, the NSA, and …
 
We saw The Night House in theaters this week and couldn’t contain our excitement to review it and delve deeper into our takes on this new horror … dare we say … masterpiece? Listen and get into it with us! Note: The first 10 minutes or so are spoiler-free. Then we very clearly indicate when the spoilers will begin for anyone who doesn’t want us to …
 
We're back with another Executive Producer sponsored episode. Big shout out to EP Casey Oliver for his valuable support. This week we delve into the often under appreciated world of Blacksploitation horror for a 1973 sequel that features William Marshall and Pam Grier with incredible performances. It's Voodoo vs Vampires in SCREAM BLACULA SCREAM. P…
 
The great detective takes on the Great White North! The Scarlet Claw is a 1944 Sherlock Holmes picture in the series starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. Once again, Roy William Neill is back to direct. Holmes and Watson find themselves in Canada for a paranormal convention. But things take a darker turn when one of the occult expert's wife is …
 
What happens when the Prime Minister suddenly stops being Prime Minister?One day you're the most powerful person in the country, the next you're irrelevant, forced into retirement 30 years ahead of schedule and find yourself asking 'What do I do now?'Miles Jupp stars as Henry Tobin - Britain's shortest serving and least popular post war PM (he mana…
 
It's a movie from the year we began, an always surreal moment. "Nobody is safe. Nobody is house." It's a joke we've come to love, but how does the movie truly stand up? We discuss the politics of 2010s Hollywood, the implications of Denzel agreeing to be waterboarded for this picture, Ryan Reynolds career, and much more as we break open the action …
 
Airing on May 8, 1952, "The Big September Man" is the eleventh episode of Dragnet's first season. And this isn't the jolly, strange colorized Dragnet that you may be used to. This is a drab, black-and-white, barely-out-of-radio program! Starring creator Jack Webb as Sergeant Joe Friday, this episode also features Barney Phillips, Stacy Harris, Geor…
 
Long live the new flesh! We jumped in the studio with Producer Kate's cousin Jake Hagan to dig into some peak David Cronenberg body horror with 1983's Videodrome, a film where video is literally changing peoples' brains. Get awkward and theme-y with us on this one! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/horror-fying-my-friends/support…
 
Sponsored by our Executive Producer Tier, here is maybe the greatest SHV bonus episode ever recorded. For EP Casey Oliver, here is our tale of the 1987 Arnold Schwarzenegger action classic, PREDATOR. From the grueling shooting conditions to a cast full of charismatic meat heads constantly ribbing each other, this is definitley one where the behind …
 
Nolan is joined by Paul Farrell, Thomas Foster, and Philip Yount — as well as special guest Scott Drebit from Daily Dead — to discuss Steve Miner's FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 2 (1981) and Tony Maylam's THE BURNING (1981). The crew catch up on the FEAR STREET trilogy before being stalked and slashed by campfire tales-come-to-life from a previous generatio…
 
What happens when the Prime Minister suddenly stops being Prime Minister?One day you're the most powerful person in the country, the next you're irrelevant, forced into retirement 30 years ahead of schedule and find yourself asking 'What do I do now?'Miles Jupp stars as Henry Tobin - Britain's shortest serving and least popular post war PM (he mana…
 
We're sticking to the 90s, but we're drastically shifting genre as we take a look at the beloved 90s comedy hit, City Slickers. This Billy Crystal vehicle was a huge hit in the early 90s and even spawned a sequel. This week, we look back on 1991 in comedy. We're talking masculinity, the search for fulfillment, a little bit of wealth and class. Tune…
 
"Fire Island" is the twenty-third episode of Naked City's first season. Directed by Disney veteran Norman Tokar, this procedural first aired on March 3, 1959, and stars John McIntire, James Franciscus, Henry Hull, Harry Bellaver, George Maharis, Michael Conrad, and Guy Raymond. Tensions smolder as a gang of moonshiners hunker down for the winter in…
 
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