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This episode we’re tackling a remake double-take, as we stack some of horror’s finest films against their arguably superior remakes. Relevant Links: Letterboxd Companion List Remake Double Take: Poltergeist Music: Intro: Dirge - No Orphans Outro: After Dark - Ramzie On Social: Murmurs From the Morgue - Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Letterboxd Br…
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In this episode, we take a bit of a sandy detour to talk about Denis Villeneuve’s epic sci fi opus, Dune – parts 1 and 2! Thought to be “unfilmable” by several producers since the 1970s, Villeneuve has ridden the sandworm to success. Let’s discuss! Relevant Links: Companion Letterboxd List Music: Intro: No Orphans - Dirge Outro: Hans Zimmer - Worm …
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! We reflect back on days of yore to list and rank our personal favorite horror films of 2023. Relevant Links: Companion Letterboxd List Hundreds of Beavers Review Music: Intro: Dirge - No Orphans Outro: Voices - RAMZIE On Social: Murmurs From the Morgue - Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Letterboxd Bri - Ins…
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This episode dives deep into two of the most guilt-ridden traumatic tales of 2023, Beau is Afraid and Talk to Me. We’ll discuss grief, anxiety, neurotic tendencies, practical effects, impeccable production design, taboo activities, and more! Strap in, friends. Relevant Links: Companion Letterboxd List “Haunted House Films Are Really About the Night…
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We’re back with another list! This time we’ll shred til we’re dead with a killer list of punk horror — films with a musical influence or a punk spirit that pulses through their very core. Get ready to rock 🤘 Relevant Links: Companion Letterboxd List Blood Quantum Review 5 Horror Films Where Bands Must Face the Music Music: Intro: No Orphans - Dirge…
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“In this episode, we delve into the terrifying world of artificial intelligence and its chilling portrayal in two groundbreaking films: M3GAN and Ex Machina. Brace yourself as we explore the depths of AI horror and the ethical implications it raises” – ChatGPT On Social: Murmurs From the Morgue - Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Letterboxd Bri - In…
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We’re discussing our favorite as-seen-on-screen serial killers; characters that haunt our dreams and tickle our psyche in that way that only a good murderer can. It’s a killer list of killers! On Social: Murmurs From the Morgue - Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Letterboxd Bri - Instagram / Twitter / Letterboxd Kelly - Instagram / Twitter / Letterb…
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That's right folks! It's Bri and Kelly's top ten favorite horror films of 2022, looking at the best of the year and some other films as well! This is also our 2 year anniversary! Woot woot! Relevant Links: Companion Letterboxd List Neptune Frost review Fresh review Megalomaniac review The Outwaters review Watcher review Skinamarink interview Blood …
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In this episode, we strap in to discuss Pascal Laugier’s legendary 2008 New French Extremity film, Martyrs. Come for the New French Extremity history lesson, stay for the transcendental insights. Relevant Links: Companion Letterboxd List Creepy Cocktails: Fall 2022 Edition My Best Friend’s Exorcism review Deadstream review Megalomaniac review Music…
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Join Kelly as she virtually sits down with John Pargin, the author also known as David Wong who wrote the book "John Dies at the End", and an executive editor of the humor website Cracked.com. We discuss his newest book, "If This Book Exists, You're In the Wrong Universe," along with other topics including his rise to fame, how the movie "John Dies…
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In this episode, we once again crawl out of the morgue and into theaters to check out The Black Phone. Topics of conversation include Ethan Hawke, adaptation departition, and thematically conspicuous props. Relevant Links: Companion Letterboxd List Creepy Cocktails: Drunk in 30 Minutes with Black Fawn Distro Music: Intro: No Orphans - Dirge Outro: …
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In this episode, we dive into the new feature from one of our faves, Ti West. We’re talkin’ X, sex, and exploitation in a discussion on the genre’s newest “elevated” slasher. Links: Companion Letterboxd List Unnamed Footage Festival Best of the Fest "The Outwaters" Review Unnamed Footage Festival Online 12 Hour Livestream 2022 Music: Intro- No Orph…
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In which we discuss Ti West’s The Sacrament and Karyn Kusama’s The Invitation. We’ll also dig a bit into some of the real-life cults that resemble the groups featured in each film, and how their ideologies relate. Join us! Relevant Links: Companion Letterboxd List CNN: Audiences Experience ‘Avatar’ Blues On Social: Murmurs From the Morgue - Instagr…
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It’s our one year podiversary! We chose to celebrate by reviving the topic that brought us together in the first place, our top 10 favorite horror films of the past year. Click the links below to read our companion pieces! Relevant Links: Companion Letterboxd List Best Posters of the Year Top 10 Films of 2021: Kelly’s Picks Top 15 Films of 2021: Br…
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It’s Christmas time! This month we’re taking a festive wintery holiday with a return to the summer of the slasher series. We’ll be discussing the Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise and all its treasures. Topics include: acting with your eyebrows, historic massacres, and that absolute gem of a soundtrack. Relevant Links: Companion Letterboxd List …
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In this episode, we take a leisurely trip through South Korea to discuss one of the greatest modern zombie films, Train to Busan. Join us as we talk about American remakes, cultural context, DILFs, and more! Relevant links: Letterboxd Companion List The Odd Family: Zombie for Sale Review I Saw the Devil Review Horror Vanguard Episode on Train to Bu…
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This month, we sat down with the fellas from Void Video to discuss some visceral violence and gooey goodness. We’re talking Rob Bottin, Rick Baker, Rob Kurtzman, Screaming Mad George, and more. It’s all about practical effects in horror films, and the brilliant minds that make them happen. Texts: Companion Letterboxd List Crimson Hands FX Shop Film…
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In this episode, we discuss Nia DaCosta’s Candyman, urban legends, and some rather charged topics. The first half stays relatively spoiler free and we leave spoiler talk near the end with a warning. Join us as we look into the mirror and say that one name you’ve been dying to hear… Candyman! Relevant Links: Richard Newby’s “Unpacking ‘Candyman’ and…
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In our last slash of the summer, we take a trip to Sleepaway Camp! With short shorts, crop tops, and one of the most iconic endings of horror history, we’ve got a lot to discuss. NOTE: Our discussion heavily features topics of transgender representation, and includes deadnaming and discussion of trans bodies and body dysmorphia, which may be trigge…
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A Cruel Summer with the Spinsters of Horror: In this super special bonus episode, we’re joined by the multi-talented multimedia mavens the Spinsters of Horror to discuss our favorite sweaty, bloody, summer horror films. Links: Spinsters of Horror - Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Website / I Spit on Your Podcast Letterboxd List For This Film Medus…
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We continue our Summer of the Slasher series with a visit from the Driller Killer. Grab your snacks and stay up late, because it’s time for a Slumber Party Massacre. Click here for event information on Visceral Pleasure and Extreme Cinema, streaming July 31 at 5pm ET. Didn't quite hear what movie we mentioned? Check out our Companion Letterboxd Lis…
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It’s the summer of the slasher, and we’re starting with a deep dive on everyone’s favorite mouthy murderer, Freddy Krueger. A look at all 9 films in the Nightmare of Elm Street franchise, plus some bonus questions about our own darkest dreams. Relevant articles: Companion Letterboxd List Stalker review Bonus episode: Steven Kostanski talks Horror A…
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Bri sits down with (very cool) PSYCHO GOREMAN director Steven Kostanski and Eye On Horror’s Jacob Davison to discuss our favorite horror anime. We talk about all of our favorites, some anime history, and some defining moments and breakthroughs in our perspectives on anime. Some of the anime we discuss includes: Akira, Genocyber, When They Cry, Seri…
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In this episode, Bri and Kelly discuss some of their favorite musical moments in horror films. There’s dancing, drama, and danger! Plus, we have some great song options to receive the slowed-down-creepy-version trailer treatment. Relevant reading: Haven’t Seen It Podcast - The Evil Dead Spiral Review Clips: Us Insidious Raw American Psycho The Fina…
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Behind the Screams: Our Favorite Up-and-Coming Directors in Horror We sit down to discuss some of our favorite up-and-coming directors that are breaking into the horrorsphere. Also featuring -- in honor of Godzilla vs Kong -- a special spotlight on Adam Wingard. Companion Lists: Kelly McNeely's Top 10 Up-and-Coming Horror Directors Relevant Reading…
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For our third episode, we have three very special guests: Jay, Jacob, and Jonathan from our brother podcast, Eye on Horror! The guys sit down with us to discuss slashers and religious horror with a focus on the male and female gaze within each subgenre. Relevant Articles/Books: Companion Letterboxd list Eye on Horror - Instagram / Twitter / Faceboo…
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Moody, broody, attitudey: in our second episode, we take out our scalpels to cut into Hereditary, the films that inspired it, and the films that have come since. We’re talking grief-stricken, bleak, atmospheric horror at its finest! Companion Letterboxd list Eye on Horror - Instagram / Twitter / Facebook Music: Dirge - No Orphans Overture - Night T…
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It’s a podcast! In this inaugural episode of Murmurs From the Morgue, we get to learn a bit about our hosts Bri and Kelly (a few of their favorite things), and we’ll review their favourite horror films of 2020. Lists abound! Relevant articles: Companion Letterboxd list Bri’s Top Horror Films of 2020 Kelly’s Top Horror Films of 2020 Anything for Jac…
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