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What’s so scary about scary movies? Three filmmaker friends dissect horror films to uncover their deeper meanings and cultural influences. We’ll analyze and review your favorite frights: from classic monsters to newer chills; popcorn blockbusters to indie darlings; B-movie slashers to paranormal haunts; and grindhouse gore to psychological thrillers. The Cadaver Dogs will sniff out the real reasons why you love these flicks that gave you nightmares as a kid.
 
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You read that right! It’s been one year since we first dropped a handful of episodes, and the Cadaver Dogs are celebrating. Join us, and then tweet us your favorite episodes, and what you’re hoping for in Year Two. 02:30 - Top 3 Episodes 21:28 - Bone Review Breakdown and Records 30:12 - Favorite New-to-Us Movies 35:12 - Hopes for Next Year Follow u…
 
Announcing next month's films: IDENTITY (2003, James Mangold) - available for free on Netflix. INCIDENT IN A GHOSTLAND (2018, dir. Pascal Laugier) - available free on Netflix. . . Sometimes, we tell ourselves stories to escape the cruelty of the real world. But what happens when the stories take over and we can no longer tell the difference between…
 
There’s no wrong way to grieve, but there certainly is an unhealthy way. Say… calling on the power of demons/unknown cosmic forces to bring the dead back to life only to have them go on a murder spree. That’s pretty unhealthy, don’t you think? The Cadaver Dogs take a trip to the afterlife in this episode as they walk through the many examples of gr…
 
Announcing next month's films: HEREDITARY (2018, dir. Ari Aster) - available for free with a Showtime subscription, or to purchase/rent pretty much anywhere. PET SEMETARY (1989, dir. Mary Lamber) - available free on Netflix and to purchase/rent anywhere. . . History has shown us that when humans mourn a loved one, they tend to turn to the paranorma…
 
Probably always the hardest question you ask a horror fan: what is the best kill in a movie? Is it gorey? bloody? funny? suspenseful? The Dogs list their top three favorite horror movie deaths and chat about what makes a kill impactful. PLUS we have a HUGE announcement about the future of our show and what to expect. It's all positive, we promise. …
 
In 1938, Orson Welles directed and narrated an adaptation of “War of the Worlds” for a radio broadcast. However, listeners did not understand what they were hearing, and believed aliens were actually attacking! Panic ensued. For this very special episode of Cadaver Dogs Pod, we will be talking about something else entirely. From Ed Wood to James Ng…
 
Announcing next week's films: PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE (1959, dir. Ed Wood) - available free on Amazon Prime, Pluto Tv, and Tubi. BIRDEMIC (2010, dir. James Nguyen) - available free on Tubi and Vudu. . . Humans the worst virus! Whether it's bringing us into nuclear war due to their narcissistic power-hungry attitudes or causing the end of the planet…
 
The 80s were more than just sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll… but let’s be honest, it was mostly that.. Rob and Devin are joined by guest Chris Guzzo (Pod From the Crypt) to talk metal-sploitation horror. (David is off directing a horror movie - send him some love!) In this episode, we dive into how both these films embrace the anti-establishment princ…
 
Announcing next week's films: BLACK ROSES (1988, dir. John Fasano) - available free on Shudder or Tubi. WE SUMMON THE DARKNESS (2019, dir. Marc Meyers) - available free on Netflix. . . Metal music is making our children murderers! Horror movies and heavy metal found a way to fight back against parental censorship in the 1980s. With inspiration from…
 
“Never believe what you publish, and never publish what you believe.” These are the words of wisdom echoed by tabloid journalists everywhere… and maybe even by “legitimate” reporters? In an age where fake news persists, by what skewered code does the media abide? What lines will journalists cross, and who might they hurt in the process? We’re talki…
 
Announcing next week's films: NIGHTCRAWLER (2014, dir. Dan Gilroy) - available free on Amazon or to rent anywhere. THE NIGHT FLIER (1997, dir. Mark Pavia) - available free on Youtube. . . Murder, sex, and scandal! Next week, the Cadaver Dogs talk the seedy world of tabloid journalism and its roots in capitalistic greed. . Follow us at: instagram.co…
 
Don't Drink That! Drop you glasses of Flavor Aid, leave your family, and stop listening to that raving mad man trying to save your soul! The Cadaver Dogs are your new community. Join the pack as we dig up some historically inspired cult films. Jim Jones and The People's Temple inspired this Ti West film, THE SACRAMENT, which changes only a few key …
 
Bad acting. Bad scripts. INCREDIBLE effects. The Cadaver Dogs take a schlock-tastic voyage during their analysis of two international cult classics. What makes these movies so bad they’re good? Or, so bad they’re… well, bad? By stripping down to the bare bones of Stuart Gordan’s DAGON (2001) and Umberto Lenzi’s NIGHTMARE CITY (1980), you see the ne…
 
Announcing next week's films: DAGON (2001, dir. Stuart Gordan) - available on Tubi, Vudu, and Roku NIGHTMARE CITY (1980, dir. Umberto Lenzi) - available on Apple and Amazon . . It's the end of the world and it's brought on by schlocky horror? Lol no, it's xenophobia! Next week, the Cadaver Dogs will break down two cult apocalypse films and try to f…
 
I want to play another game. It’s been a while since our last Cadaver Trivia, but we’re back! David once again leads the contest as Brucker Nourse from Autopsy of a Horror Movie competes with co-hosts Devin and Rob. We’ve got werewolves. We’ve got slashers. We’ve got Spanish surrealists. But unlike Mr. Ghostface, we won’t kill you if you get an ans…
 
Want a date? But with whom? What are the ideals and standards of perfection that men hold women to in modern society? The Cadaver Dogs are pulling back the curtains on the unrealistic expectations we hold in relationships, and the destructive – sometimes explosive – consequences. There have been many interpretations of Takashi Miike’s AUDITION (199…
 
Announcing next week's films: AUDITION (1999, dir. Takashi Miike) FRANKENHOOKER (1990, dir. Frank Henenlotter) What's your ideal of the perfect woman? How bout one that cuts out your tongue? Or one that isn't even really alive but a reanimated corpse? These are the punishments that befall the protagonists in next week's episode. We'll be talking ma…
 
Even with all the release push back, this year's produced some pretty incredible horror films. We've seen another resurgence of sequels and remakes of classics like Halloween, Candyman, Wrong Turn, Escape Room, The Quiet Place, Don't Breathe, The Purge, The Conjuring, Spiral... dear lord this list is long! But did any of these make the Cadaver Dogs…
 
Praise films and silence the voice(s) speaking inside your head for the very first Cadaver Dogs episode of the New Year! Devin, David and Rob are getting spiritual with last year's SAINT MAUD, the first feature by promising new filmmaker Rose Glass. The film follows a young medical aid who believe she has direct communication with God himself, and …
 
As filmmakers themselves, the Cadaver Dogs tend to get quite wrapped up in awards season, and although the Critics Choice Awards have been postponed due to COVID (uh-oh) and the Golden Globes will no longer be on the air, we are nonetheless in countdown mode toward the Academy Awards. Too bad the Oscars tend to ignore our favorite genre… David and …
 
“They’re he-e-e-e-ere!!” Why is it that every possible line is a lot scarier when uttered by a child? There’s no one on this planet who was not a kid at some point, and most kiddos are perfectly innocent bundles of joy. And yet… Rob and David team up with guest star Brandon Christensen, writer/director of Shudder exclusive SUPERHOST, to countdown t…
 
Jingle Bells! Twilight smells! Brundle-Fly laid an egg! Patrick Bateman killed his date, and Luke Lerner got away! ’Tis the season, and whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or none of the above, the Cadaver Dogs are here for this final episode of the year to talk about psychopaths. (What’d you expect? Family and togetherness?) Psychopathy is …
 
Announcing next week's films: BETTER WATCH OUT (2017, dir. Zack Kahn) AMERICAN PSYCHO (2000, dir. Mary Harron) It's the Cadaver Dogs's first Holiday Special! And what better way to celebrate than with blood, gore, and a little psychosis. Next week, we'll talk through the twists and turns in these two thrillers. What's real? What's all in their head…
 
Get your test tubes, beakers, and radioactive chemicals ready, because this week we’re talking about ‘30s and ‘50s science-fiction! Einstein had only just published his theory of relativity, the atom was in the process of being split, and outer space had yet to be explored. Science was scary then, for it was unknown what dangers we’d uncover. Even …
 
Plug in your virtual headset and dust off the NES for some old school Clocktower horror hounds as you join Cadaver Dogs Devin, David and Rob in this episode, Video Game Violence as we strap down some old school tech for dissection. First up, it's 1994 where sweaters are only worn around one’s waist. We join Edward Furlong, best known for Terminator…
 
Announcing next week's films: BRAINSCAN (1994, dir. John Flynn) STAY ALIVE (2006, dir. William Brent Bell) Violence in video games has caused a moral panic throughout the decades - from Columbine to President Trump. Seems fitting that there were a few horror movies on the subject. Gearing up for the release of the new Resident Evil film, we're divi…
 
The famous horror trope goes like this: you have sex you die (thank you Randy Meeks). But sometimes sex isn’t your choice, and the uncontrollable fear that you experience after the trauma will haunt you for the rest of your life… how doe final girls handle it? This week, the Cadaver Dogs dive into the repercussions of sex and sexual trauma with TEE…
 
Did you hear that? Oh, it's just the ghosts of our past traumas. Henry Chaisson (Antlers, Servant) joins Devin and David on our countdown of the top 3 haunted houses in horror films. We go deep into what defines the genre and question why Henry has chosen to live in a haunted house himself... What is your favorite haunted house movie? Let us know a…
 
What’s so scary about scary movies? In this special Halloween treat, the Dogs look to finally answer that tricky question, by turning to the ultimate masters of fear: John Carpenter and Wes Craven. First, the latest novel from a prolific horror writer - akin to Stephen King or H.P. Lovecraft - springs to life, driving fans to insanity and threateni…
 
NO SPOILERS! Halloween Kills... and kills... and kills... David and Devin react to the latest installment of the rebooted reboot of Halloween. Featuring a special surprise guest... We also cover which film in the franchise is our favorite (counting all the John Carpenter, Rob Zombie, and David Gordon Green flicks) and what we're looking forward to …
 
Children’s plaything turned into childhood trauma. David and Devin are joined by guest star Ygraine, host of the What A Scream podcast, to countdown their top 3 terrifying dolls! We also discuss who would win in a fight: Annabelle, Chucky or Tiffany? What do you think is the creepiest doll in the horror genre? Any we missed? Let us know at: instagr…
 
Runners or walkers? Which decade of the mall zombie genre do you prefer? Join Rob, Devin, and David as Zack Snyder faces off against the original Zombie master, George A. Romero in this latest episode from the worm riddled minds of the horror hounds on Cadaver Dogs: Zombie economics 101. Consumerism, the American dream and a whole bucket of brains …
 
Announcing next week's films: DAWN OF THE DEAD (1978, dir. George A. Romero) DAWN OF THE DEAD (2004, dir. Zack Snyder) Pencils up, class! Next week, the Cadaver Dogs study consumerism in the form of the classic horror monsters: zombies. It's Zombie Economics 101. Follow us at: instagram.com/cadaverdogspod twitter.com/cadaverdogspod facebook.com/cad…
 
Sin was born in the Garden of Eden. But whether it was Adam or Eve who brought about sin is still an argument we are hearing today. This week, the Cadaver Dogs look at two films that delve into the origins of man versus woman against the backdrop of the apocalypse: THE SCREWFLY SOLUTION (2006), Joe Dante’s Masters of Horror TV movie, and ANTICHRIST…
 
Announcing next week's films: THE SCREWFLY SOLUTION (2006, dir. Joe Dante, Masters of Horror S2E7) ANTICHRIST (2009, dir. Lars Von Trier) Sometimes Mother Nature can be a real b****. Next week, the Cadaver Dogs discuss gender in the apocalypse with two films that explore the fear of women. (Or of men?) Follow us at: instagram.com/cadaverdogspod twi…
 
History is horror. Greedy men fight for land, for power. Those who step out of line are often executed. War robs children of their parents. Freedom loses to fascism. What can we do to persevere? What use is our religion but as a tool of our oppressors? Can we fight totalitarianism with disobedience? Can even our fairy tales find light in the darkes…
 
NO SPOILERS! Halloween comes early this year with Nia DaCosta's (not Jordan Peele's) Candyman! David, Devin, and Rob discuss the pros and cons of the sequel... remake? reboot? of the classic 90s film. We also cover how the story's messaging has been updated thirty years later to reflect a modern world and the bees. Oh, the bees! Also (BIG ANNOUNCEM…
 
If you were given the opportunity to control your fate, would you? Or do humans have that power already? This week’s dive into FINAL DESTINATION (2000) and the Stephen King / David Cronenberg THE DEAD ZONE (1983) explores the ramifications of playing God and taking death into your own hands. Devin, David, and Rob get into heated ethical and moral d…
 
Announcing next week's films: FINAL DESTINATION (2000, dir. James Wong) THE DEAD ZONE (1983, dir. David Cronenberg) Do we control our own fate? Or are we puppets to death's design? That's what the Cadaver Dogs will sniff out on next week's episode. Follow us at: instagram.com/cadaverdogspod twitter.com/cadaverdogspod facebook.com/cadaverdogspod Sen…
 
We all have thoughts that we’d rather not acknowledge, but what if these thoughts were full-blown evil forces with a desire to be real? Enter DANIEL ISN’T REAL (2019) and THE EVIL WITHIN (2017) - two bizarre and surreal psychological horrors, tackling these questions and more. Throughout this week’s episode, Devin, David, and Rob will ask what it m…
 
Announcing next week's films: DANIEL ISN'T REAL (2019, dir. Adam Egypt Mortimer) THE EVIL WITHIN (2017, dir. Andrew Getty) The Cadaver Dogs tackle mental disabilities depictions in horror with two films that toe the line between art and controversial diagnoses. Psychological horror is all fun and games until we realize... they're not. Both films ar…
 
What is the mental price of an image? Can a visual format carry the weight of a curse from one generation to the next? Covering RINGU (1998), the instant J-horror classic, and SINISTER (2012), a film some have claimed is the scariest film of all time! Devin, David, and Rob discuss the transcendence of terror through cursed images in episode seven o…
 
What is a Frankenstein movie? Is it only those with “Frankenstein” in the title, Boris Karloff in the cast? Is it anything with a mad scientist and a monster of their own creation? But what even is a monster? Devin and Rob are joined by guest star Nora Unkel, director of the surreal Mary Shelley film A Nightmare Wakes (now streaming on Shudder and …
 
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