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Join Matt, Scott and Brian each week as they suffer through horror films both forgotten and beloved. The trio capture the excitement and the disappointment of renting movies in the 80’s and 90’s. For every surprising thrill like American Gothic the trio suffer through there's 10 disappointing flops like Terror Toons. The show combines the nostalgia of renting videos with a snarky comedic blend that will make you feel sentimental while simultaneously putting a smile on your face. So dust off ...
 
Katie covers all the chills, thrills and kills. Coming from North Carolina to give you all the details on all of your favorite true crime and paranormal content. 🖤 Join me as I dive into your favorite topics, and even some you may have never heard of! Its gonna be a wild ride. (Content may not be suitable for those under 16) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ctkpod/support
 
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In our continued quest to finally discuss classic early slashers, we're back this week with the deliciously blasphemous Catholi-killer ALICE, SWEET ALICE (1976)! There's a lot going on in this one and it's got style for days, so we do our absolute best to go on tangent after tangent because we really just can't help ourselves. Let's kill some churc…
 
Some guys really don't take rejection well... Case in point, the killer in this week's episode where we discuss the classic Savini splatterfest THE PROWLER (1981)! It's graduation time and you know these 26 year old high school graduates just gotta get drunk and bump uglies, but sadly for them, the only penetration they'll be experiencing is a tren…
 
This week, Matt pleads his case to the court of public opinion on what film deserves the title of "Best Movie Made From a Short-Lived Trading Card Series" and subjects everyone to the wet fart of a CGI-fest that is MARS ATTACKS! (1996) If the special effects were bad in the 90s, they sure haven't gotten any better in the years since, but there is a…
 
There are terrible people in Hollywood and then there are gentle souls like Dan Aykroyd, who want so badly to make a passion project that they direct their own movie even as the male lead tries everything in his power to implode the movie. NOTHING BUT TROUBLE (1991) is an absolute mess - perfect for a lively discussion here on the show! We have nic…
 
Very seldom does a movie so purely stupid, so incredibly inept, and so confusingly charming come along that your boys at Horror Movie Night have never even heard of it, but this week, Shudder brings us a lost gem from times past that we could not deny. DON'T PANIC (1988) aka ADR THE MOVIE is one of the worst NOES ripoffs ever made, but so delightfu…
 
HOLY EXPLETIVE, WE MADE IT TO EPISODE 300! To celebrate (almost) 6 years of HMN behind us, we decided to go on an adventure. A big one, to be exact - PEE-WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE (1985) which, as other millenials know, is straight kindertrauma. Plus it's got Large Marge, killer clowns, and Elvira out of costume. Let's celebrate all the way to Warner Bro…
 
You know what's REALLY scary? A fish-man wearing sensible human clothing. Especially when said fish-man is swole AF. We're diving into the deep end of the Black Lagoon and coming up for air with THE CREATURE WALKS AMONG US (1956). This is one of the wildest concepts for a golden age horror movie and definitely worth discussing Creature's fitness ro…
 
We typically avoid zombie movies on Horror Movie Night because frankly, they're pretty boring. Brian must have missed that memo somehow and picked DAY OF THE DEAD (1985), the zombie movie that spawned all of the tropes that boring zombie movies that followed have used in the vain efforts to show that pEoPlE tHaT aRe ThE rEaL mOnStErS. Fun fact, did…
 
In this bonus Episode Matt had the chance to talk to David Weiner who directed "In Search of Darkness" about the sequel In Search of Darkness Part 2 which is streaming on Shudder NOW as well as the Science Fiction doc "In Search of Tomorrow" which is currently in production but you can still donate to their IndieGoGo campaign by visiting www.80ssci…
 
Did someone say "more Matthew Lillard"? Well you're in lucky then, because we're doing back to back Lillard love on the show with another Dark Castle outing - THIR13EN GHOSTS (2001)! The fun of this movie has absolutely nothing to do with the plot, the script or the acting, and everything to do with these sweet ghost designs. And hey Dark Castle, i…
 
John Waters is the kind of writer/director who makes comedies for horror fans, but we rarely get a chance to talk about them because his notoriety far outweighs his actual filmography. Luckily, we have SERIAL MOM (1994) that's as close to straight up horror as Mr. Waters gets and therefore is fair game for the Kelly boys. It's got quotes, it's got …
 
Brian's a tough nut to crack. He didn't like DOLLS (1987) but he's a massive fan of BRIDE OF CHUCKY (1998)... We forgive him because at least he's picking better movies so far this year. You truly can't go wrong with Jennifer Tilly playing Jennifer Tilly's #1 fan and Brad Dourif being, well, Brad Dourif. You know we only have good things to say abo…
 
It's time for another ska-riffic time here on Teen Flick Movie Night, and this week we're finally tackling that titan of high school humor, 2000s WHATEVER IT TAKES! Boasting a pretty illustrious cast including that guy from Breaking Bad, the Green Goblin's son, the Green Goblin's son's real-life girlfriend, the guy Sean Connery taught how to shoot …
 
If you ever find yourself wondering why a movie starring Robert Englund didn't do well and if it might be some forgotten gem, let us tell you that there are very good reasons why such films have been relegated to the dustbin of horror history; case in point, this week's pick - JACK BROOKS MONSTER SLAYER (2007). While not completely unwatchable, it'…
 
Strap in this week when we dive into the most financially successful but most middle of the road of the Elm Street movies. Dream Master contains one of the greatest kills in Nightmare history but does the rest of the film hold up to the quality of that Roach kill? Well ya boys in HMN are happy to do God's work and find out for you. If you like the …
 
Ti West is that kind of movie-maker whose entire reputation stems from one absolutely amazing film, and this week we're heading back in time to spend a night at THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL (2009). Listen to us wax poetic on set dressings and frames per second, it's riveting! If you like the show, be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe!Send us some emails a…
 
Do you like Kurt Vonnegut? How we haven't asked this question of you in 289 episodes is absolutely insane, but this week we're finally discussing DISTURBING BEHAVIOR (1998) and we expect an honest answer. If your answer is no, though, we may call you Cook's Ridge Trash. If you like the show, be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe!Send us some emails a…
 
We warned you that this was the year we live our truths via movie picks, and Matt is holding up his end of the bargain with THE DEADLY MANTIS (1957)! The man loves his giant animal monster movies, and this is arguably the film that got him hooked (or rather, the orange book at the library about it but you get the idea). Grab the Raid, it's go time!…
 
Do you hear that? Is that... Stevie Wonder? That funky bassline can only mean one thing - we're delving into SUPERSTITION (1982) this week! Somehow this one flew under the radar for all three of your hosts and this is a rare first-time watch for us all. Don't misunderstand, this movie is not good, but damn is it a fun ride. If you like the show, be…
 
Hey all you lovebirds out there! We know what your sweetheart wants this Valentine's Day, and it's definitely a human heart in a heart-shaped chocolate box. We're discussing the cult classic MY BLOODY VALENTINE (1981) thanks to Brian and we could just kiss him for it. Lucky for him, it's still a pandemic and we don't live close enough to menace him…
 
Do you like Dream Warriors? Of course you do! That doesn't necessarily mean you'll enjoy this movie, but you'll at least enjoy the movie it copied. This week, we're talking about BAD DREAMS (1988) which boasts a (b-level) star-studded cast, a threadbare script and BLOOD SHOWERS FOR EVERYBODY. Come on in, it's a perfect 98 degrees! If you like the s…
 
In the most Brian pick of the last 12 months, we head to Texarkana and visit THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN (1974). Is this movie an unrealistic take on an actual rash of murders? Yes. Does its tone change more than a MySpace model's hair? Yes. Is it good? Well, we're not entirely sure, but we think... maybe? Listen to us hash it out this week on Ho…
 
It's been far too long since we've discussed hot guys who want to tear your throat out and bathe their hideously large jaws in the hot crimson spray from your jugular on this show... Actually, we can't remember the last time we did that, so let's remedy it with sadly overlooked FRIGHT NIGHT (2011). As far as modern remakes go, this one is pretty da…
 
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