Best Fright podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Night Fright Show
Night Fright Show with host Brent Holland: your voice in the dark for paranormal & conspiracy broadcasting. Night Fright is the number #1 Canadian based radio show of its genre. It is syndicated across Canada and is available on a free syndication basis.
Faux Fright
There are plenty of compelling ghost stories out there, especially in the country's historic locations. Just how many have the real-life historical evidence to back that up? Noah Logan, a young Historian living in Historic Savannah, Ga sets out to explore ghost stories and folklore across the country, starting in his very own home city. A true scaredy-cat at heart, he hopes to debunk these myths, but will he fall short and discover that sometimes questions are best left unasked?
Ladies Fright
Oh yes, it's Ladies Fright! Two best friends tell spooky stories then try to figure out why they are so spooky. Using personal anecdotes, psychology, and sociology Loren and Maggie dive into urban legends, ghost stories, and other tales that give us a good fright.
Fright School
Welcome to Fright School, a podcast that explores American horror films through the eyes of someone who is experiencing them for the first time. Each week Joshua (the afficionado) pushes Joe (the unsuspecting novice)to the edge of the Mountains of Madness, as they discuss the cultural attitudes, conditions, and events that have shaped some of the most terrifying horror films.Will Joe survive his journey? Will Joshua take things too far? Join us every week for new episodes on Monday to find o ...
Count Drahoon weaves together a story of intrigue, fear, horror, and suspense twice a month for your listening pleasure.
The University of Oxford is home to an impressive range and depth of research activities in the Humanities. TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities is a major new initiative that seeks to build on this heritage and to stimulate and support research that transcends disciplinary and institutional boundaries. Here we feature some of the networks and programmes, as well as recordings of events, and offer insights into the research that they make possible.
Totally Monsters
An actual play podcast using the Monster of the Week RPG system. An eclectic cast of small-town misfits set out to investigate supernatural mysteries in rural North Carolina in the mid 90's. Oh yeah, and there are totally monsters!
For writers and readers who like it dark. We talk about our horror and other dark-themed books. In-depth literary analysis of dark fiction. Conversations with authors, editors, and other industry professionals. Hosted by Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera. We have interviewed Paul Tremblay, Ellen Datlow, Josh Malerman, Grady Hendrix, and more. New episode every other Monday. Subscribe, listen, and leave us a review.
Welcome Horror Fans! We will be discussing new and upcoming work in the Horror genre. Also, join us every week for our Flashback Friday Fright Fest!
Let's talk about tech baby, let's talk about new movies. Let's talk about all the good things and the bad things, that we see. Google Podcast link:
Junk Food Dinner
Junk Food Dinner is a weekly podcast devoted to cult films, sci-fi, horror movies and everything weird and wild about the cinematic art form. Your three hilarious and good-looking hosts each pick a movie and then argue about why we did or did not like them.
Join Ben Scrivens and the rest of the Fright-Rags gang as they discuss movies, pop culture, and more!
Mom Rage
Mom Rage is a podcast dedicated to expanding the conversation about motherhood.
Fright Club Podcast
Hosted by Hope Madden and George Wolf, Fright Club is a podcast for horror genre lovers. Hope and George share a vibrant passion for films and media, and they bring that passion to their discussions in Fright Club. As lifelong fans of horror films, and way more knowledge than anyone should have about the genre, Fright Club will entertain you, keep you on the edge of your seat, and fill your brain with all you’ve ever wanted to know about horror.
Chalia, Tim, Kendan, and Josh discuss all things made in the 80s. From movies, to television, to video games.
Flicks XRayed is book club but for movies, each week we have a round table discussion about a film and invite guests to weigh in, review and rate the film of the week. We like to dig up films that may have been forgotten or are picks straight out of the bargain bin and closely X-Ray them for ours and others amusement. In each episode we like to talk about our thoughts on the film, hypothesize theories and play games for the coveted pretty pretty princess crown.
A movie podcast on which host Drew Mackie and Tony Rodriguez talk to the people they love about the movies they think more people should see.
Performing artists are the imagination mavericks, creative pioneers, and shamans of today and here you’ll discover the inspiration and expertise to find your edge and explore greatness. Host Holly Shaw, a Bestselling Author and Creativity Coach to Emmy award winning and Grammy nominated artists, includes spotlight coaching sessions and conversations with artists and experts, as she shares her wisdom from a lifetime of performing, as a former SAG actor, dancer, choreographer and director, inv ...
Uncover is an investigative series from CBC Podcasts. Season 1 explores one woman's escape from Keith Raniere’s NXIVM. Season 2 examines the unsolved bombing of a commercial passenger plane.
Join host Adam Peacock as he talks to the lesser known characters from your favorite horror films. Each week is an all new, fully improvised journey into the unknown featuring friends and luminaries from the worlds of comedy, horror, and beyond. The A.V. Club calls My Neighbors Are Dead "Comedic Gold," Dread Central says it's "The Best Horror Podcast You’re Not Listening To," and Rue Morgue says the show is "Exactly the comedic palate cleanser we need heading into 2018."
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Lighting The Void
A show for the truth seeker. Listen as we try to bridge the gap between the paranormal and the real. Host Joe Rupe is on the path of finding fact from fiction, with awesome guests and the phone lines are open no screening. one part Spirit one part Science. Subjects include ufology, conspiracy, paranormal, cryptids, conspiracy, astral travel, obe, nde, ancient knowledge, esoteric, occult and aliens of course.
School of Movies
Super in-depth analysis of movies (and occasionally TV, and video games). Hosted by veteran podcasters Alex & Sharon Shaw with different guests for round-table chats every week.
Still Any Good?
We run the risk of ruining our childhoods by revisiting fondly remembered films. Hosted by Robert Johnson and Christopher Webb
Providing to-the-point prehospital medical education for front line EMS providers with boots on the ground, provided by front line EMS providers with boots on the ground.
Three guys from Southern Cal sit down watch a film and discuss. The films are a wide range that includes most genres.
A Podcast that explores paranormal, macabre and spooky stuff, hosted by a couple of dumbs.
A weekly podcast sharing stories from the medical world; from the funny to the macabre and everything in-between.
Retro Graders
Retro Graders is your essential podcast where we dive into the best of past Films that have new relevance with the context of recently-released media. Basically: We talk about old stuff when new stuff that is related comes out.In our main show, we discuss the media we've experienced lately, dissect our main Film in a spoiler-filled discussion and then assign a Retro Grade and a Modern Grade at the end of the episode. Listeners are encouraged to watch each week's film to get the most out of t ...
Diary Of A Madman
The recorded diary entries of a person known only as "the madman."
Crime Culture
Hayley Langan and Kaitlin Mahar talk about true crime events and how they have influenced our culture through film, literature, music, and the way we live.
The Frame
A daily chronicle of creativity in film, TV, music, arts and entertainment produced by Southern California Public Radio. Host John Horn leads the conversation, accompanied by the nation's most plugged-in cultural journalists.
The Horror films you must see, and will fall in love with.
A weekly podcast for knowledge about anything and everything. From North Korea to Nicolas Cage, Tim and Tom leave no stone unturned in their humble quest to make the world a more informed place. Put away the encyclopedia four-eyes because this may just be the last resource you'll ever need. Wikipedia, consider yourselves on warning.
Each Saturday, the Internet Radio Superstars (Colin, Sean, Holly and Michaela) assemble for some movie watchin' and analysis, with the accent on geek cinema, horror, sci-fi, and action films - chosen round-robin style by the Saturday Night Freak Show!
Dean from LSG Media is plying his profane ramblings in a solo show that focuses on recently available (to rent) movies. Join Dean every week as he rants (or raves) in quick and accessible 30 minute episodes. This show will spoil the material, and it should be considered for mature audiences only.
That Story Show is a clean comedy podcast sharing hilarious family friendly real life stories. Join hosts James Kennison and John Steinklauber and laugh along every week. Formerly known as Nobody's Listening
BBC Young Musician
Jess Gillam hosts the podcast about young musicians, for young musicians. Special guests every episode, with a new show every week.
Mondo Moviehouse
A monthly podcast specialising in bizarre cult films from all around the globe.
The Clappers
Your weekly guide to pop culture in Australia. Mostly the funny bits. Karl Quinn is an entertainament writer for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald; Andrew Young is a musician, DJ, pedagogue and all-round man-about-town. Together they are The Clappers, and together they present this always-on-the-pulse and frequently hilarious look at culture high and low. If it's happening in film, TV, books, galleries - and let's not forget cycling - there's a 50-50 chance it's happening on The Clappers. Ma ...
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Every week screenwriter Bob Schneider and comedian Dan Wilbur discuss a movie you've probably never seen.
Join Mick and Matthew in this comedy podcast for weekly performances of original mystery dramas peppered with occasional wit, frequent nonsense and perpetual outrage...
Grim Grinning Hosts is a tribute to all things pop culture but mostly theme parks. From attractions, music, movies and whatever else in between, anything and everything is on the table for discussion.
Join us for singing science, tips, and discussion!
Your daily breakdown of the true threats and challenges facing our country and our world, and an unflinching, no holds barred accounting of the damage the Trump administration is doing day by day.
Childrens Hour
ALL OUR TRACKS ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD AND LISTEN OFFLINE!IF YOU ENJOY OUR STORIES, PLEASE CLICK THE LITTLE HEART BUTTON AND DON'T FORGET TO REPOST AND SHARE TO ALL YOUR FRIENDS. On here you will find a serial in 12 parts called 'Sir Tingly & The Quest for The Dargon', read by my good friend Gary Spencer in warm South Yorkshire tones. There will also be short stories by famous authors and some written by children themselves. ENJOY!
Horror Heads
Horror Movie reviews by wannabe movie critics.
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Alone in a house on Christmas eve, a kid is the victim of a home invasion, so he resorts to booby traps to save himself. That’s Home Alone, right? Yes, but it’s also a bonkers French thriller known as 36.15 code Père Noël, among many other names. Film critic and Christmas movie expert Alonso Duralde comes in to talk about this oddity, which was ...…
As a multi-dimensional time traveler, Jason Quitt has experienced the past, the present and the future. From ancient Egypt and Atlantis to our possible pre and post apocalyptic future he has been a witness to our un-recorded history. Within the pages of “Forbidden Knowledge” you will learn who we are and how mainstream archaeologists, scientist ...…
Donald Trump is reportedly calling to increase the Pentagon budget to $750 billion. Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi clash with Donald Trump about border security in the Oval Office. Fox hosts continue to slam Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calling her ""empty headed."" Rebel HQ's Emma Vigeland discusses speculation about Beto O'Rourke. Sunrise Movemen ...…
With Christmas fast approaching the FR crew reminisce about yuletides past with their favorite gifts, and ones they asked for but Santa never brought.. Make sure to check out FRIGHT-RAGS for kick ass horror shirts and accessories at and follow them on social media: Facebook: Instagram: @frightrags ...…
Mission Impossible movies are just pure fun, but truth be told, you probably have to be a fan of the franchise to enjoy them and understand what they are: over-the-top action films with convoluted plots filled with betrayals, ticking timers, world ending consequences, and incredible action sequences. They are spy movies in a sense, but action m ...…
What if the Pats debacle in Miami was a horror movie? Listen and find out.
The virtuoso specializes in Bartók and her recording of his Piano Concerto No. 2 is nominated in the Classical Instrumental Solo category; Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez won an Academy Award for their song from "Coco," "Remember Me," and now it's up for a Grammy; “La Bohème” gets a hipster twist in L.A.…
From comes the groundbreaking podcast BOSTON SPORTS THERAPY.
Tonight we discuss the new Bob Lazar Film from Jeremy Corbell. John Lear makes a surprise visit to discuss Element 115 and how some of the video was his. We go over the current state of ufology and morehttp://www.thelivingmoon.comMusic by Chronox, Kevin Mcleod, Space Station and Carbon Based Life Forms.…
We continue Season 3 of Flicks XRayed with episode 26 and this week to get ready for Christmas we watch and review The Muppets Christmas Carol. The host Tony is joined by co-host Devo and guests, Tiny Orin and Rubber Chicken Factory Worker Joe. This week we play Twas the Night Before Live Action Christmas Movies, The Price is Right and The Flic ...…
Mark and Shanon discuss another mid-80s classic. The Mutilator is the topic of this episode. In addition to the movie, the guys tell the odd story of the first time they saw it. Grab your Natty Light, some popcorn, and kick back and enjoy!
This week we do a deep dive into black horror. We talk about the "black guy always dies first" trope in addition to the blaxploitation era of the '70s and the stereotypical roles African American actors were offered in horror. Spoiler alert if you haven't seen "Get Out", we analyze the movie in terms of its contributions to the black horror gen ...…
Amelia can't stop crying about the passing of time and the sweet cruelty of raising babies. Edan discusses her family's childrearing culture and shares the first thing she did as soon as she took Bean home from the hospital seven years ago. At minute 28:03, they talk to Angela Garbes, author of Like a Mother: A Feminist Journey through the Scie ...…
Transcript of Jamal Khashoggi's final moments included screaming, gasping, and him saying ""I can't breathe."" New York Times reports Jared Kushner urged Saudi Crown Prince to ""weather the storm"" after murder. The US and Russia ally with Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to reject climate pledge. Donald Trump mocks Democrats' inability to find a ""smoc ...…
The musical revisits the story of the passengers from 38 airplanes who were stranded in Canada on that fateful day; Taylor Mac turns the Christmas pageant on its head with "Holiday Sauce."
Ian and Jo weigh all the evidence, and Didi returns a ring that went missing on July 8, 1965.
Is there nowhere these chaps won't go in search of entertainment and a giggle? In this episode Karl comes to grips with the inspired political satire of Sorry to Bother You and visits the subterranean lair of Nazi scientists in the horror-war-mash-up Overlord, while Andrew argues the case for not having your daughter make a documentary about yo ...…
It was a dark and stormy night at Fright School studios, as Joe and Joshua discuss THE WITCH (2015).Joe talks brown tree snakes, and makes a fool of himself shouting out another podcast host. Joshua talks RuPaul and Dolly Parton. Do you want to live fancy? You better WERK.
It's the holiday season, so that means giving and receiving gifts, which sounds pretty easy but can sometimes be complex because nobody actually likes giving gifts to other people and most gifts you get kinda stink. How do you deal with these awkward or annoying situations? Let us fill you in, with some help from the ghost of Emily Post. Thanks ...…
Some monsters live up to their legends while others may simply be misunderstood just wandering this world looking for someone to listen. Today's guest helps us shed light on the latter. Host: Adam Peacock Leroy Johnson: Dewayne Perkins Producers: Adam Peacock & Nate DuFort Editor: Nate DuFort ...…
Sean tries to find the killswitch for the Killbots of the 80's cult classic Chopping Mall (1986). A group of mall workers stay after-hours to have sex in a furniture store and end up getting locked in with the mall's state-of-the art security system, a trio of killer robots. Listen as we avoid the pitfalls of buying used mattresses, talk about ...…
Donald Trump nominates William Barr as next Attorney General. Ryan Lewis, investor and expert in CBD production, on marijuana fear mongering. Democrats introduce a bill that would block lawmakers from trading stocks while in office. Yale philosopher Jason Stanley discusses how fascism works. Kevin Hart steps down from hosting the Oscars after o ...…
Now that Robin Hood has bombed its way out of the box office it is time to go all the way back to 1991 and talk about the best version of Robin Hood (not to feature a fox as the deadly marksman). This version is so good the main character did not even feel the need to portray Robin Hood with an English dialect. Say what you want about Kevin Cos ...…
Lady Gaga’s song “Shallow,” from the movie “A Star is Born,” earned four Grammy nominations today and it's an Oscar favorite too. Meet Mark Ronson, the man who co-wrote and produced it; Shirley Halperin, executive editor for music at Variety, talks about the other 2019 Grammy nominees; who should host the Oscars?…
This week on Scream Addicts, Jinx welcomes Blu Gilliand to the show. The managing editor of both Cemetery Dance Magazine and Cemetery Dance Online, Mr. Gilliand has chosen Rob Reiner’s 1990 Stephen King adaptation Misery for discussion this week. In addition to discussing the film’s excellent cast, brilliant script, and Hitchcockian direction, ...…
[School of Everything Else 2018] I go back to the console everybody is talking about, but rather than making this all about the micro PlayStation Classic I endeavoured to find the alternative best way to play specific games I remember and love as well as a mix of some I missed before. It's nowhere near as easy as you might think, to just pick u ...…
Welcome back, Junkies! We subvert all the expectations this week by liking and/or disliking three movies chosen by the Patreons! First, a space prince meets up with a weird posse led by Liam Neeson to fight a space monster and get his space girlfriend back in "Krull." Then, Christian Slater uses his skateboarding techniques to catch his brother ...…
This week James tells a funny story about a guy who wandered into a children’s emergency room. John brings a story about a dead baby deer. Uplifting and inspiring.
House Democrats call for an emergency hearing to examine alleged election fraud in North Carolina's 9th District. Study shows that Greenland's ice sheet is melting at a faster rate thus being the largest contributor to global sea-level rise. Video shows Donald Trump refusing to recite Apostle's Creed at George H. W. Bush's funeral. Investigativ ...…
We learned the “what”, and now we get into the “how” of vibrato with! With these tips and exercises, you’ll be mastering vibrato in no time. Would you like to learn more about the voice and support Vocalogical in the process? Head to to pledge your support, earn some perks, and get bonus episodes delivered right to y ...…
Alexis Bloom's documentary examines the life and career of the late political operative and TV news executive; how casting agents get pulled into sexual harassment incidents; an ex-pat Iranian composer maintains his musical ties.
Adam gets stuck in traffic so the rest of the group talks Disney, Stallone, Tom Hanks and the Office. Are these the ingredients to make a Philadelphia experiment?
You might think the 1991 Barbra Streisand-starring, Barbra Streisand-directed film The Prince of Tides is typical mom fare along the lines of The Bridges of Madison County. You are wrong. Guest Janie Haddad Tompkins gets Tony and Drew to realize why this film is deeper, darker and more profound than any misty watercolored-memories you might hav ...…
Richard Alan Miller has a long and extensive resume in the fields of Physics, Metaphysics and Agriculture. two of Richard Miller’s high school science projects were adopted by NASA, including one used in the Mariner 4 mission to determine the amount of water on the planet Mars. At age 16 he built a linear accelerator and hydrogen bubble chamber ...…
Wisconsin Republicans vote to weaken powers of new governor. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez slams Congress and will pay her interns at least $15/hour. Robert Mueller releases highly redacted sentencing memo. Study shows white liberals tend to downplay their own 'verbal competence' with minorities. NYU's Social Psychologist Eric Knowles on fragile mas ...…
Director Josie Rourke talks about her mission to reconsider history through a modern perspective on gender, power and sexuality; former L.A. Philharmonic music director Esa-Pekka Salonen will succeed Michael Tilson Thomas at the San Francisco Symphony; two generations of African-American harpists talk about their musical tradition.…
Bob and Dan discuss Infernal Affairs (2002), the Hong Kong film that inspired The Departed. The film follows two police cadets, one who infiltrates the mob as an undercover cop, and one who infiltrates the police department for the mob. Other topics discussed: bizarre deaths, sentimental moments, rats, moles, Boston, good food, and audio equipm ...…
A favorite of all the episodes! If you've ever been accused of being “too sensitive then you'll enjoy this in-depth interview with psychotherapist, Brett Rhodes, where you'll find out how your sensitivity is actually a superpower, not a hindrance. You’ll learn about the D.O.E.S. characteristics of HSP, how to know if you are HSP or not, and how ...…
UFO & Alien Investigators based in the southwestern United States. We search for UFOs and Aliens in hopes of documenting what witnesses are reporting.REPORT UFO: ALIENS: (661) UFO-7889WEBSITE: https://ufoseekers.comEMAIL: help@ufoseekers.comFACEBOOK: http://fac ...…
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez encourages the government to fight climate change as ambitiously as moonshot. Study shows coal power plants are unprofitable. President Trump to end subsidies for renewable energy and electric cars. Florida SWAT officer demoted after seen wearing QAnon conspiracy theory patch in photo with Mike Pence. Tucker Carlson thi ...…
The pianist and composer talks about and performs music from the movie about Don Shirley; what were the most streamed songs and albums of 2018?
The movie, and subsequent musical, Waitress is a modern classic and was written as a love letter from Adrienne Shelly to her daughter, Sophie. When Shelly was senselessly murdered before the film was released, she never saw how her work would touch so many lives.Email: crimeculturepod@gmail.comWebsite: crimeculturepodcast.tumblr.comInstagram: @ ...…
We continue Season 3 of Flicks XRayed with episode 25 and this week we watch and review John Carpenter's The Thing. The host Tony is joined by co-host Paranoid Corey and guests, Flamethrower Wielding Devo and Not the Real Jace. This week we play IMDB Synopsis of John Carpenter Movies, The Price is Right and The Flicks Awesome Lodge Word Game fo ...…
You guys are in for another treat during this episode. Shanon talks to the one and only Deborah Voorhees. You know her as Tina from Friday the 13th V, A New Beginning. They discuss her career, Friday V, and her upcoming project, which you can find a link below to get involved with it.…
Edan and Amelia share their self-care methods. When is self-care a necessity for good parenting, and when can it slide into selfishness? Then, novelist and journalist Margaret Wappler comes on (32:00) to talk about doing "mini" IVF and what it's been like to care for a newborn while grieving her mother's death.…
Allegations of GOP voter fraud in North Carolina's Ninth District. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez reveals the disparity between congressional and Americans' healthcare. Neil deGrasse Tyson denies sexual misconduct accusations. Researchers created a ""smart dress"" to show how often women are groped in clubs. Co-director of Just Foreign Policy Hassan ...…
Gabriel Cordell's attempt to roll across the country in a manual wheelchair is the subject of Lisa France's documentary; the endless options for TV cord-cutters
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