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This is a horror podcast out of Windsor, Ontario where we focus on some of the greatest titles that you may have missed over the last few decades. Our show is laced with great soundtrack music, audio clips from scenes that we discuss, interesting production trivia and much, much more. Join Cash and his cohorts as they celebrate the absolute cream of horror movies! There's a horror movie out there that's JUST for you -- And we're gonna help you find it at The Horror 101 Podcast!. FOR OLDER SH ...
 
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Happy Halloween, my friends! Continuing our haunted theme, we're focusing on a late 90s supernatural thriller which is based off the works of Richard Matheson. After Tom (Kevin Bacon) is hypnotized at a party his world is turned upside down as a restless spirit begins terrorizing him, using his newly opened mind to help solve a murder mystery. Join…
 
Welcome to our 102nd podcast. We have another haunted film for you. This time we're going 80s cheese and digging up an obscure nasty. Its quite possible you've never heard of this film. Filled with ridiculous characters, gore and supernatural mayhem, this is a film that has no rules and despises every character in it. Join us as we give a comical H…
 
For this 101st show we're going back to dust off a classic haunted house film, directed by the legendary Robert Wise. Based off the novel by Shirley Jackson, this movie has been the template for successful ghost story films for decades. Grim atmosphere and top notch performances make this one of the best haunted house films ever created. Nearly 60 …
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 Podcast. In 1985, Friday the 13th alumni Sean S. Cunningham and Steve Miner teamed up to make a horror/comedy haunted house film called House. Starring William Katt, Richard Moll and George Wendt. My crew completely tore this movie a new asshole. If you're a fan of House, I apologise in advance. This is gonna be painf…
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 Podcast. We're continuing with our Haunted Theme and focusing on one of the highest grossing horror films of all time. This is a patient, atmospheric chiller with excellent performances. A mother and her two photosensitive children are isolated in a large house on a British island. When three servants show up out of t…
 
Since our theme is haunted places this year and since most of us are now shut in and effectively trapped in our own homes we decided to cover a film thats based off a Stephen King short story. This is the perfect movie to focus on in these times. Cause if you're going to be trapped somewhere at least its not in an evil room thats trying to destroy …
 
Greetings friends! Since the Horror 101 Crew had been unable to convene for a regular recording in March we felt it was time for a Covid special. Join us as we go through some of our past shows and re-visit some memorable moments from the last 8 years of Horror 101 podcasts. We'll offer you some details as to how the show is put together. Its a ver…
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 show. Continuing with our haunted theme, Nefarious Paul B has been asking to cover this one for years. What happens when an asbestos removal crew take on a stressful job at a derelict insane asylum? Something wanders the halls of Danvers State Hospital and nothing is what it seems. The past and present collide with le…
 
Welcome to our first podcast of 2020. Since we had so much fun with the Haunted House film Legend of Hell House at the end of 2019 and since our last year theme gave us nothing but positive feedback, we've decided to devote this entire year to haunted house films for your enjoyment. Up first is Gus Trikonis' obscure chiller, The Evil. Starring Rich…
 
Welcome to our last podcast of 2019! For this holiday special, we're going old school and covering one of the more notorious haunted house movies from its time. Since a good portion of this movie is set on December 24th, we decided to give the Horror 101 treatment to John Hough's The Legend of Hell House. Show Highlights:01:00 Prelude to Terror...0…
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 show. Something a little different this podcast. Its not exactly a hidden gem but we don’t see this film being talked about in the community too often. If we were to tell you there was an anthology horror film from the 90s, hosted by John Carpenter as this ghoul in a morgue, cracking eye rolling jokes and ushering you…
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 podcast. In 1992 Bernard Rose directed a film which was based on a Clive Barker Story about the potency of urban legends and how far down the rabbit hole one graduate student will go to find out the truth about the infamous Candyman. They say if you call his name 5 times into the mirror he will come and butcher you wi…
 
Welcome back Horror fans! The Horror 101 crew decided to let Nood pick the movie she wanted to feature as part of her 50th birthday gift. To our amazement she chose one of the best Stephen King novel adaptations ever created. Directed by Rob Reiner and written for the screen by William Goldman, this film gave Kathy Bates an Academy Award for Best A…
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 Podcast. For this 90th milestone show we're spotlighting one of those rare horror remakes that does it's job well. In 1968 George Romero directed a new kind of horror movie which gave birth to an original new monster, the modern day zombie. After a last minute name change and an error in the title of the film the copy…
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 Podcast. For our 89th show we've focused on a big budget bomb from 1989. How can a monster film set 2 miles underwater starring Peter Weller and Richard Crenna with Jerry Goldsmith music and effects from Stan Winston fail? You're about to find out. A derivative script and bad timing probably had a huge part of it. We'…
 
Welcome back to another Horror 101 Podcast. For the 88th show we're featuring Tom Holland's original killer doll film, Child's Play (1988). Starring Chris Sarandon, Catherine Hicks, Brad Dourif and Alex Vincent. Along with giving Child's Play the usual Horror 101 treatment we're adding a small, spoiler-light review of the new remake film which was …
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 podcast. On this show we're returning to the vampire train. We could have covered Lost Boys but we decided to go the not-so-fluffy route and focused on a more sinister tale of the undead. Three key actors from Aliens (1986) went from outer space to the deep west and helped provide a very unique look at night time pred…
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 Podcast. For our 86th show we're spotlighting one of the greatest road thrillers ever made. At the 11th hour we switched our plans of covering Vamp, which would have continued our vampire campaign. We decided to go a different route to focus on a hidden gem. A little Canon/HBO film that wasn't a huge commercial succes…
 
Since 1985 was a fantastic year for horror we decided to capitalize off the coincidence that this was our 85th episode and focus on another film from that year. it wasn't easy to pick which movie we wanted to cover. In the end we decided to continue on the Tobe Hooper Vampire Train. We're jumping from 1979's Salem Lot to another film about life suc…
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 show! If you had the privilege of growing up in the 70s you might remember a two-part Saturday night special broadcast to your TV in November of 1979. It was a screen adaptation of Stephen King's second novel involving the vampire infestation of a small town, directed by the man that gave us The Texas Chainsaw Massacr…
 
Get out your chocolates, flowers, condoms and pickaxes. Its time to celebrate Valentine's Day the only way we know how, through murder and mayhem. This time the Horror 101 crew go back to 1981 to showcase this Canadian slasher film about a killer in full mining gear cleaving his way through the town of Valentine's Bluff. We dissect the Director's C…
 
Merry Christmas, Folks! We hope you've had your fill of this wonderful holiday time of good tidings and joy cause Horror 101 is about to yank the carpet out from under that shit! Imagine waking up Christmas morning and finding your kids aren't interested in opening their presents. They just want to put you 6 feet under. How would you deal with this…
 
Welcome back to the Horror 101 Podcast. For this 81st show we're shedding light on one of the scariest films to come out of 1989. In 1983 Stephen King wrote a novel which incorporated a bunch of his personal experiences and wrapped them in a supernatural blanket of evil, violence and despair. By the end of the book he had completely freaked himself…
 
Welcome to our 80th podcast! Just in time for Halloween! We decided to put our money where our mouth is. After giving strong opinions about the relevance and necessity of Halloween 2018 we went to see it and begin this show with some of our thoughts on the new movie. There will be SPOILERS! And since Luca Guadagnino's remake of Suspiria will be hit…
 
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