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Best Joe Lipsett podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Joe Lipsett podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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In each episode, Patrick Hamilton and Gena Radcliffe unpack all the gory details of horror cinema's least discussed topic: the characters. From Friday the 13th to Nightmare on Elm Street and beyond, our mission is to detail each hack, slash, and decapitation in the hopes that a victim's untimely end is just the beginning of the jokes we can make about them.
 
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Thank Giggles It's Friday! We've got a bad case of an under-appreciated 90s slasher on the slab and the only cure is a thorough examination of 1992's Dr. Giggles from Kill By Kill. Here to help with our postmortem is Switchblade Sisters' host and Returning Champion, April Wolfe! Once under the microscope, we discuss Morehigh High School, the burden…
 
Hold on to your minling balls, because we're heading to Japanese-occupied Korea with return guest Jenny Nulf (check out our previous episode on Fatal Frame) to discuss Park Chan-wook’s masterful and twisty film The Handmaiden. After a brief history lesson, we dive right into this lengthy little film to marvel at how nothing in Park's semi-loose ada…
 
For a second week in row, Brenna and Joe dive into The Hunger Games, but this time we're venturing back to its 10th iteration, when Coriolanus Snow was but a mere 18 years ago. Little did he know he was about to create literally Every.Single.Component that defines the Games 64 years later! We joke because we're tired. Reading this 528 page tome in …
 
Grab your tiara, your emerald gown and your murder cape because it's prom season and the campaign to crown a Queen is vicious! Mary Lou Maloney is slaying the competition, bedding all of the boys and leaving her mark on the confessional wall...and on the stage. Joining the boys to discuss this Canadian slasher gem is Leigh Monson, who helps to unpa…
 
Here's a sneak peak at our all new full-length Patreon bonus episode on old lady possession film, The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014) by queer director Adam Robitel. Like what you hear? Head on over to www.patreon.com/horrorqueers and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content today! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Prepare your fire retardant costumes and choose your allies carefully because we are headed back into the dystopian wilds of The Hunger Games. For our second episode on a podcast namesake, we break out the big topics: Why is the love triangle so exhausting? Logistical questions about the need to return to the arena Peeta (once again) getting short …
 
Thank Bronson It’s Friday! Kill By Kill is back, baby - we’re bringing the sleaziest heat we can find as we talk the 1981 slasher-procedural 10 to Midnight with the one and only Eric Szyszka of We Hate Movies and Hooked on TJ Hooker podcasts. Along the way we discuss Charles Bronson’s typing and sex toy sharing techniques, ET’s kinky elbow and of c…
 
Ruh roh! In anticipation of Scoob! being released this weekend, we're having our first Horror Queers double feature with 1998's classic animated film Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island and its, like, totally meta 2019 sequel Scooby Doo! Return to Zombie Island. Joining us for this venture is Collider's Haleigh Foutch, who joins Trace in being a fellow Sco…
 
While Joe refuses to read a Victorian-era play, he's more than happy to watch film adaptations of them! This week we're checking out a plethora of YA tropes: the collaboration between suitors in an impersonation ruse, a "tricky kiss" and an epistolary romance. On one side of the ring is Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, one of our few remaining Noah Centi…
 
Thank Freddy & Jason It’s Over! We’ve reached the end of two franchises and here to celebrate with us is vulture.com writer and Disaster Girls podcast host, Jordan Crucchiola! We’re digging into everything, like what Freddy considers “sex” to be, regressive horror tropes, surprise lower back tattoos, well-timed asthma excuses, and we talk about why…
 
Happy Mother's Day, everyone! We're celebrating this sacred holiday with a discussion of booby horror and queer baby mama drama in Paul Solet's Grace! Joining us for the discussion is journalist and mother Anya Stanley, who brings some much-needed maternal instincts to the discussion. Fair warning, though: this is not a film to watch if you're alre…
 
After nearly four years, the Body Count is nearing the end. Well, at least for these two franchises. In this episode, Patrick & Gena try to put both Jason and Freddy in perspective. What did we learn? What did we love? How much of our brain leaked out of our skulls by the time Jason X appeared? And where do we go from here? The answers to at least …
 
Just in time for its tenth anniversary, the boys head to Elm Street to revisit Platinum Dunes’ worst remake. This film is a disaster for several reasons: from its condensed production timeline to its unmemorable set pieces to its extremely miscast leading lady, Snoozey Mara (credit the Halloweenies podcast for that gem!). What's extra frustrating i…
 
It's time for another YA Forecast as we run down our top picks for May & June 2020. First up we discuss homework: Brenna lauds Tiffany D Jackson's fall release, Grown, as well as Nic Sheff's Tweak, while Joe praises Liz Lawson's The Lucky Ones. Then it's time for our interview with former The Hunger Games guest, Alex Heeney. She stops by to discuss…
 
It’s the penultimate episode of the ultimate monster mash! It’s volume 4 of Freddy vs. Jason here to help us crack the case is Talk Film Society editor at large and Monsters Never Die podcast’s Matt Curione. Along the way, we dig our claws into Freddy’s tongue abuse, the elastic route between Springwood and Crystal Lake, the “Not Your Daddy’s Fredd…
 
We're joining forces with Tyler Jensen and Roman Chimienti, the directors of the superb queer documentary Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street, in Phoenix Arizona (and later Orange Country, California) to discuss the "Other Side" in the 1986 sequel Poltergeist II: The Other Side! After spilling the tea on last year's live episode on A Nightmar…
 
Grab your magical item and prepare for a road trip across America because Brenna and Joe are embarking on a quest fit for a (Demi) God as we dive into Rick Riordan's 2005 YA franchise starter, Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, as well as Chris Columbus' 2010 adaptation of the same name. We discuss how the genesis of Riordan's epic…
 
Now we're talking! After a provocative minisode, listeners reached out to share their thoughts and stories on Sex in YA. Clearly it's a topic that resonated because we got a wide variety of fascinating insights! In homework: Brenna highlights Julie Murphy's Faith: Taking Flight (due in July) while Joe circles back to Catherine Linka's What I Want Y…
 
Thank Freddy & Jason It’s Friday! We’re back in the fight as we continue our deep dive into the rave filled world of Freddy vs. Jason with the help of Satanic Panic director Chelsea Stardust! Along the way, we attempt to decipher the mysterious balance of horror and comedy, light up Jason as a tiki torch, get a whiff of The Misfits in air freshener…
 
You didn't think we would let the co-creator/showrunner of The CW's Ringer (starring Sarah Michelle Gellar as twins!) and the co-writer of The Perfection (one of our absolute favorite films of last year) go without spilling the tea, did you?! Eric was kind enough to chat with us a little longer about the behind the scenes drama that allowed Ringer …
 
Grab your clear raincoat, your overnight bag and your reservation at Dorsia! The boys, along with special guest Eric Charmelo (co-creator/showrunner of The CW's Ringer and co-screenwriter of The Perfection) time travel back to the 80s to revisit Mary Harron's masterful satire of Wall Street capitalism and sociopathy just in time for its 20th annive…
 
We're not thanking ANY of these people that Friday is here. On a special "lockdown" bonus episode, Gena & Patrick get together for an impromptu, spoiler-filled discussion of Netflix's compulsively awful yet addictive crime documentary, TIGER KING: MURDER, MAYHEM & MADNESS. Along the way, we discuss how "big cat" collectors all seem to be the same t…
 
Its Winner Kills All as podcasts clash on Kill By Kill! We have returning champions Joe Lipsett & Trace Thurman of #HorrorQueers helping us dance away our trouble in our second Freddy vs. Jason episode. Up for debate, Springwood cocaine options, high school hallway meltdowns, menacing juice deliveries, unlikely Canadian acting dynasties, and the pr…
 
We're heading over to New York City (or is it Los Angeles?) to party it up with a vampiric Grace Jones in Richard Wenk's 1986 comedy horror film Vamp! Riding shotgun is Cecil Baldwin, the narrator of Welcome to Night Vale! Join us as Cecil educates us on the goings-on of 1980s New York City, which is not actually filled with green and magenta light…
 
Brenna and Joe are joined by Terry Mesnard to discuss Charles Forsman's stark and nihilistic 2017 comic I Am Not Okay With This and Jonathan Entwistle's 2020 Netflix adaptation, starring Sophia Lillis. Up for discussion: Forsman's depiction of young women, why the bleak ending is unearned and one thing the comic actually does well (if we're being c…
 
In their attempt at social distancing, the boys abandon the city and head deep into the woods. Along for the ride is Girls, Guts & Giallo's Annie Rose Malamet, who schools the boys on all things punk (and Lisa Frank) so that they can understand the annoying teens in Jenn Wexler's The Ranger. Are you ready for two films in one? On one hand, we've go…
 
Brenna and Joe check out a new Netflix YA series, The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia, using its under-the-radar status to pose some questions about Netflix's changing priorities and the relevancy of its algorithms. Broad discussion: how Netflix Originals have altered the streamer's original niche programming angle (the "made for Brenna" channe…
 
Thank Jason vs. Freddy it’s Friday the 13th! The moment a generation has cried out for is finally here, as Patrick & Gena reach the moment when world’s collide in this monster mash of an episode featuring two very funny guests, Katie & Allen of the Werewolf Ambulance podcast!! Topics include: Child-Eater social media curation, “divorced dad” Freddy…
 
Ugh. Brenna and Joe jump back into sick lit for Jesse Andrews' atrocious 2012 novel Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and its (better) 2015 Sundance award winning film adaptation by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, starring Thomas Mann, RJ Cyler, Olivia Cooke and a stunt cast of adults. We dedicate A LOT of time up front addressing our issues with the book, which…
 
The boys don their mullets and leather jackets for a one way trip to Arborville and something pink, purple and gooey! Along for the (motorcycle) ride is fellow Bloody Disgusting writer Meagan Navarro, who is a huge fan of the practical effects wizardry in what is arguably one of the best horror remakes ever. This film has EVERYTHING: small characte…
 
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