Best genrefilm podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
From the grue-crew behind Horror News Radio, Decades of Horror 1980s covers the horror, sci-fi and fantasy films from the Eighties. Classics from John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg and more.
 
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
From the grue-crew behind Horror News Radio, Decades of Horror 1980s covers the horror, sci-fi and fantasy films from the Eighties. Classics from John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg and more.
 
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The Queue From Hell
Monthly+
 
Join Michael Leal & Jeremy Johnston as they try to make sense of the Scifi, Horror, and Genre films from their massively backlogged movie queues. Updated weekly.
 
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BBandBC Podcast
Weekly+
 
All things Grindhouse, Exploitation, Drive-In and B-Movies. Podcast. Movie Reviews. Video Game Reviews. Genre Film Articles. Ladies of Exploitation.
 
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Nightmare On Film Street - A Horror Movie Podcast
 
Nightmare on Film Street is the horror movie podcast hosted by two horror nuts with zero credibility. Listen in every week for a candid, comedic take on the latest in horror and genre film news, reviews, and to duke out the classics in our head-to-head movie death match. Hosted by Jon (@JonOnAString), and Kim (@KimmiKillZombie). Join us, if you dare!
 
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Popular Opinion Podcast
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Sean Gerber and Mark Hughes meet every week to opine on popular culture. With keen insight and fresh perspective, the podcasting pair debate the hottest issues and topics regarding Marvel, DC, superheroes, Star Wars, genre films, what's streaming on Netflix and much more!
 
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The Really Awful Movies Podcast
 
A celebration of low budget cinema. Smart genre film chat focusing on horror, action and sci fi.
 
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Netflicks and Kill - Horror film movie review
 
Genre film review/discourse podcast with an interest in horror, thriller, & sci-fi. Heavy
 
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First Ever White Guy Film Podcast
 
Discussing indie, foreign, animated, and genre films... until we're tangentially talking about all the other films.
 
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Shock Waves
Weekly
 
Blumhouse.com presents Shock Waves: Join your hosts Rob Galluzzo (Senior Editor: Blumhouse.com, FEARnet, Icons Of Fright), Elric Kane (This Week In Horror, Inside Horror) and Rebekah McKendry (Editor In Chief: Blumhouse.com, Fangoria) for a weekly discussion and analysis of all facets of the horror genre! Shock Waves puts the focus on the latest horror films, retrospectives on classic titles and welcomes very special guests for all aspects of the industry to tackle a variety of topics and gi ...
 
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Beyond Horror Podcast
Rare
 
Beyond Horror is a podcast that will delve deeper into Genre (mostly horror) films. We will be trying to look at different aspects of Horror (genre) films (mood, themes, atmosphere, emotions...others) to see why some work very well and others don't. This show will use a mixture of already known information and research on my part to be as informed going into a subject as possible. Although this may seem a little too heady for average horror fare, a skewed perception of the world and a somewh ...
 
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Cinema Bluster
Monthly+
 
Movie review and news podcast with a slight bend toward horror and genre films.
 
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Flickers from the Cave
Monthly
 
cult cinema, horror film, genre film, horror cinema, genre cinema, cult film, cult movies, horror movies, genre movies, podcast, blog, b movies
 
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GoodTrash GenreCast
Monthly+
 
We look at cult/genre films with academic theory. It's not a review show, it's an analysis show.
 
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The After Movie Diner
Monthly+
 
Comedy, Movies & Music steeped in Americana and silliness. Two friends discuss genre films with knowledge, passion and a unique sense of humour. There's no other podcast like this!
 
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paracinema/xqoj
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Genre film magazine & website.
 
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GoodTrash GenreCast
Monthly+
 
We look at cult/genre films with academic theory. It's not a review show, it's an analysis show.
 
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What Lurks On Channel X
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Discussions on genre films, the metaphysical world, the supernatural, and the macabre.
 
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Unspooled Reel
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Ryan Oliver and Jenny Nulf nerd out about genre films, from horror to sci-fi to fantasy. The two hosts will be discussing genre films at length, from new releases to classics.
 
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Badasses, Boobs and Body Counts
 
All things Grindhouse, Exploitation, Drive-In and B-Movies. Podcast. Movie Reviews. Video Game Reviews. Genre Film Articles. Ladies of Exploitation.
 
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It Came From The Indies – Nerdy Little Secret
 
Dedicated to the promotion of independent genre film and entertainment.
 
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Grindhouse Messiah
Monthly+
 
Blaine and Justin talk exploitation, horror, and other dark genre films and their intersections with faith, spirituality, and all that crap.
 
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Corrupted Youth Podcast
Monthly
 
Explore the latest blockbusters, classic genre films, and the schlockiest of golden age VHS rental store flicks in spoiler-heavy fashion with father and son hosts, Dan and Brennan.
 
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The Really Awful Movies Podcast
Weekly+
 
A celebration of low budget cinema. Smart genre film chat focusing on horror, action and sci fi.
 
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HeartGod Media Podcast
Weekly+
 
A podcast that focuses mainly on film and music! more so on genre films (horror, sci fi, action, 80s comedy etc..) but all types music! every episode is a different topic! it could be on a single director, movie, series, band, artist, company, actor you name it. we'll probably get to it eventually! I'll have guests and friends on to invigorate conversation. follow on instagram @heartgodmedia :::: all questions can be submitted on the instagram post when we announce the topic each week!
 
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Playlists
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Orion is a London, UK based beatsmith and founder of the HardJazz7 Music Netlabel. Born (Ope Alayande) in March 1990, he was raised on a wide variety of music including jazz, hip hop, disco, funk and soul. His parents got him into Gospel artists like Kirk Franklin, while Fela Kuti was his earliest introduction to Jazz leaning afrobeat music. In his early teens he’d found himself listening to alot of UK Garage and House music through pirate radio sets. Mini Discs, CD’s and Tapes were his init ...
 
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The Film Guild
Monthly
 
Join father-son duo Jason & Fred Stollery as they cut their way into scifi and horror news, express their opinions as lifelong cinephiles, and break down a selection of their favorite and lesser known genre films, all the while trying to learn a little about themselves and what it all means.
 
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Syndromes and a Cinema
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Syndromes and a Cinema is a cinephile run podcast interested in exploring the wide variety of cinema out there from work by highly acclaimed masters to less well known obscurities. Interested in exploring everything from genre films and arthouse cinema to experimental cinema and films from any era, every episode we explore the work from a director, subgenre or wave of cinema in the hopes of finding another great film.
 
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Geek City
Monthly+
 
Geek City is a podcast where a group of idiots discuss the weeks latest news on movies, tv and comics, as well as reviewing a different movie every week! Together they unite to bring the world geeky enjoyment involving vulgar language, sexual innuendo, and fanboyness out the wazoo. Every week brings a review of a different genre film - super heroes, sci-fi, fantasy, new, old, whatever you want to hear about we discuss!
 
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Official Women in Horror Month Podcast
 
Hannah Neurotica and Ashlee are your typically over-enthused, sometimes cynical horror nerds. Both ladies connected when they discovered an equally relentless love for 80's slashers and Heather Langenkamp. It's one thing to love horror, but both Hannah and Ashlee took their fandom to academia through studying gender roles and the cultural influences behind their favorite genre films. But both ladies knew horror bled beyond the celluloid frame, and that through much research, women were sorel ...
 
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Netflicks and Kill - Horror film movie review
 
As of 11/15/17, La Vampire Nue, is currently streaming on: ShudderI. film info [non-spoiler]II. film synopsis [non-spoiler]III. thoughts/aspects of film [non-spoiler]IV. InterludeV. most unsettling sequence(s) [spoiler]VI. most memorable kill(s)/death(s) [spoiler]shoutouts:IG: robisraelmarccooperartMichael DiPascaleIG: ComedyArtworkUSURPERFeatu ...…
 
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Netflicks and Kill - Horror film movie review
 
As of 11/15/17, Feliz Cumpleaños Para Mí (Happy Birthday to Me), is currently streaming on: ShudderI. film info [non-spoiler]II. film synopsis [non-spoiler]III. thoughts/aspects of film [non-spoiler]IV. InterludeV. most unsettling sequence(s) [spoiler]VI. most memorable kill(s)/death(s) [spoiler]shoutouts:IG: robisraelmarccooperartMichael DiPas ...…
 
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Netflicks and Kill - Horror film movie review
 
As of 11/15/17, Der Nachtmahr, is currently streaming on: ShudderI. film info [non-spoiler]II. film synopsis [non-spoiler]III. thoughts/aspects of film [non-spoiler]IV. InterludeV. most unsettling sequence(s) [spoiler]VI. most memorable kill(s)/death(s) [spoiler]shoutouts:IG: robisraelmarccooperartMichael DiPascaleIG: ComedyArtworkUSURPERFeatur ...…
 
Marvel movies! DC films! Star Wars stories! And the Godzilla-King Kong connected universe is on the way. Where is it all going? And is it even worth your time? Recorded LIVE at Stan Lee's Los Angeles Comic Con, our star-studded panel seriously addresses the "State of Geek Cinema." But in a fun way. So, is it all about selling merchandise or mak ...…
 
Part of an ongoing series – the Needless Things Irregulars gather in the Phantom Zone to provide their own unique commentary on classic genre films! It’s Rad Ranger’s birthday, so he picked 1995’s Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers: The Movie for September’s Commentary! There was no bigger children’s franchise in 1995 than the Power Rangers, so obvi ...…
 
Originally Aired: 09/01/17 We talk with TIFF Midnight Madness programmer Peter Kuplowsky. Peter’s been on the show previously but this is the first time for the Midnight Madness program which showcases some of the best genre films of the year. He tells us all about this year’s Midnight Madness program. Peter Kuplowsky is a film curator, content ...…
 
Originally Aired: 09/01/17 We talk with TIFF Midnight Madness programmer Peter Kuplowsky. Peter’s been on the show previously but this is the first time for the Midnight Madness program which showcases some of the best genre films of the year. He tells us all about this year’s Midnight Madness program. Peter Kuplowsky is a film curator, content ...…
 
The awesome Bianca Bradey from Wyrmwood joins us on this weeks Wicked Horror Show!This weeks episode is brought to you by www.Slab-Pro.com/earplug and www.Soundcloud.comFollow Bianca:https://twitter.com/biancabradeyhttps://www.facebook.com/bianca.bradeyhttps://www.instagram.com/bianca_bradey/http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3658287/?ref_=nv_sr_2https ...…
 
In der mittlerweile 55. Ausgabe des CINE-ENTERTAINMENT-TALK hatten die ENTERTAINMENT-BLOG Redakteure Florian Wurfbaum und Kevin Zindler das ganz besondere Vergnügen, sich mit dem überaus sympathischen und erfolgreichen Filmemacher Sebastian Niemann zu unterhalten. Der wandlungsfähige Regisseur, der sich für Filme wie HUI BUH, DAS JESUS VIDEO, 7 ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the Movie City Maniacs, or what we like to call the teaser. On this episode we give a little introduction to ourselves and chat about why we are so passionate about genre films, and when our love for the genre began. We also run down some of our favourite […]
 
On this week's Go Home in a Box, Chris & Joel take a look at Mad Max and Escape from New York and discuss the influence these films had on the action/sci-fi subgenre known as the post-apocalyptic future. From the vast desert wastelands to the urban decay, filmmakers were especially fond of copying these two archetypes to varying levels of succe ...…
 
Let’s play a game. Think of three iconic teen movies from the late 90’s/ early 00’s. Got ‘em? I’d be willing to bet actress Nicole Bilderback was in one of these movies, maybe even all three. Nikki made her film debut in Clueless and went on to star in Can’t Hardly Wait and Bring it On. During our chat we talked all things 90’s teen movies, gro ...…
 
The Joy of Film Podcast, Episode 15: Summer Film Extravaganza, Featuring Spider-Man: Homecoming, Wonder Woman and Alien: Covenant On this episode of The Joy of Film Podcast, we (Rich and Kevin) discuss some of the biggest summer movie releases, including: Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming, DC's Wonder Woman, Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant, Edgar ...…
 
Hosts Paco Romane and George Chen are joined by Alamo Drafthouse LA programmer Bret Berg to discuss The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years (1988, Penelope Spheres), SNL, Los Angeles, and other sidetracks. As a programmer for Alamo Drafthouse’s upcoming Los Angeles location, Bret produces and hosts Alamo’s preliminary pop-u ...…
 
On today's episode, a journey to the Valley of the Sun..."death" valley, as it were in this serviceable, yet flawed remake of the Wes Craven classic, The Hills Have Eyes.In this 2006 flick, Alexandre Aja is behind the camera lens (he of, the new-wave French classic, Haute Tension and Piranha 3D). And we get a little preamble featuring some nucl ...…
 
This week, indie film composer Ian Deaton drops in to share a list he found on IMDB of films shot in Georgia. We pick through and discuss our favorite genre films from the 40's through the mid-90's, a turning point for Georgia, and its film economy. We talk about swampsploitation, Burt Reynolds, 18 foot grizzly bears, camp snacks, and more in t ...…
 
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The Really Awful Movies Podcast
 
It's a rite of passage for many North American kids: being sent to summer camp. In the late 70s, early 80s, a spate of summer camp movies came out, usually with some maniac hell-bent on murdering counselors. However in Meatballs, we venture into uncharted territory on the Really Awful Movies Podcast, as this is our first "raunchy teen comedy." ...…
 
This week, Chris & Joel explore the underside of cinematic history when they give some backstory into the exploitation trend of the 1970s. From grindhouse theatres to drive-ins, the guys explore the various subgenres of exploitation cinema and provide some movie recommendations that you should get familiar with. Plus, Chris introduces the "five ...…
 
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Daily Grindhouse Podcast
 
"In this very special Pride Month special, Wendi Freeman hosts a roundtable of some of the LGBT writers at Daily Grindhouse- Jeremy Lowe, Paul Freitag-Frey and Jovy Skol. Together they chat about the importance of gay themes in genre film, such as "Nightmare on Elm St 2", "Hellbent", the controversial "Cruising", and the balance of bare butts t ...…
 
Trey Edward Shults’ new IT COMES AS NIGHT takes as one of its influences John Carpenter’s 1982 bloody masterpiece THE THING, which is as good a reason as any to revisit one of our favorite genre films. In this half of the discussion, we geek out over the film’s how’d-they-do-that gore effects and distinctive ensemble, and theorize why THE THING ...…
 
Trey Edward Shults’ new IT COMES AS NIGHT takes as one of its influences John Carpenter’s 1982 bloody masterpiece THE THING, which is as good a reason as any to revisit one of our favorite genre films. In this half of the discussion, we geek out over the film’s how’d-they-do-that gore effects and distinctive ensemble, and theorize why THE THING ...…
 
Chris & Joel return with a vengeance with a breakdown of the American horror film in the 1990s. With Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street winding down, which franchises carried the torch through the decade? From the Child's Play series, through the Leprechaun franchise, even through the impact that television played with the genre, Chr ...…
 
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Nerdy Little Secret Master Podcasts Feed
 
It’s a special episode as the Cinemosity gang talks about two movies! There’s their usual choice from the wonderful world of b-movies, bad movies and genre film and also their views on WONDER WOMAN. They go in deep on Wonder Woman including spoilers so it takes place after they talk about their movie for the show, Bong Joon Ho’s monster masterp ...…
 
It’s a special episode as the Cinemosity gang talks about two movies! There’s their usual choice from the wonderful world of b-movies, bad movies and genre film and also their views on WONDER WOMAN. They go in deep on Wonder Woman including spoilers so it takes place after they talk about their movie for the show, Bong Joon Ho’s monster masterp ...…
 
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
“Whoa, whoa. You better watch what you say about my car. She’s real sensitive.” Arnie Cunningham (Keith Gordon) is rather protective of his 1957 Plymouth Fury named Christine. He worked hard to restore it, pretty much rebuilding it from the ground up. Arnie doesn’t appreciate when people mince words in front of her. Or worse, lay an unprovoked ...…
 
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Decades of Horror | Movie Reviews of 1970s Classic Horror Films
 
“If You Survive This Night… Nothing Will Scare You Again.” – The tagline for Alice Sweet Alice (1976) promises an evening of terror and suspense while delivering an early genre film from Brooke Shields. Let the fun begin! The Black Saint and Doc Rotten tackle another groovy horror film from the 1970s. Joining the grue-crew is Gruesome Magazine ...…
 
We've done a lot of crazy things on The B-Movies Podcast, but trying the distill all the movies of the 1980s into a simple Top Ten list may be the most foolhardy. But we're going to do it anyway! This week, film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold each reveal their picks for the ten best movies of the 1980s, and they only agree on a sin ...…
 
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
“Welcome to Fright Night. For Real!” Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon) welcomes a few guests into his home. Shame they welcomed him into their own. Fright Night is one of the more beloved examples of vampire films in the 1980s. Respecting the older examples while adding more than a few hallmarks that entered vampire lexicon in the years that fol ...…
 
After a prolonged hiatus, we are back to our normal operating day. Pardon our dust, mind the gap, thank you for your patience, and all of that. Things that are discussed in this episode: First and foremost, we have the phenomenal actor Justin Welborn, showcasing a range from the comically absurd to white hot tension with serious gravitas. You m ...…
 
This week The Blanchard Brothers try to figure out who is The Thing?!?!? This week my brother (Gavin) and I (Noah) discuss my personal favorite Carpenter film, 1982's Masterwork, The Thing. We go in-depth discussing Carpenter's collaborations with effects wizard/wunderkind Rob Bottin as well as his cinematic muse, Kurt Russell (Arguably their b ...…
 
I våras skrev tidskriften om hur vi lever i genrefilmens guldålder. Att de speciella, genrelekande berättelserna med begränsad budget förvandlats till vita dukens mest utmärkande verk. Stämmer det? Eller finns genrefilmen kanske inte ens kvar? Obiter Dictum reder ut och kopplar dessutom grepp på spelet PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds genom att fr ...…
 
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
“See you in the movies!” Eric Binford (Dennis Christopher) loves movies. The classic black and white films of old. Gangsters. Dashing cowboys. Universal Monsters. All are welcome in his escapist fantasies of the theater or his own memorability filled room to hide from reality. Sound a bit familiar? Yes, the protagonist of Fade to Black is a bit ...…
 
This week The Blanchard Brothers attempt an Escape From New York... In this week's episode my brother (Gavin) and I (Noah) dive into one of our all-time favorite Carpenter movies, 1981's Escape From New York. We get into the Russell / Carpenter of it all, the pure badass / anti-hero that is Snake Plissken, and of course our Remake / Recast disc ...…
 
Actress Betty Gabriel (GET OUT, THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR) joins Adam, Joe, and Arwen to discuss her craft. From graduating Iowa State with a degree in animal studies/pre-vet… to becoming a professional modern dancer in Chicago… to studying acting at Steppenwolf and graduating Julliard… to ultimately becoming an accomplished actress starring in ...…
 
This week The Blanchard Brothers look into, The Fog... This week, Gavin and I tackle Carpenter's follow-up to his smash success with Halloween, 1980's The Fog. While we loved this one as kids, this most recent rewatch wasn't as kind. We're still impressed with the awesome array of Character Actors on display but find The Fog itself somewhat of ...…
 
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Backyard Space Opera: Micro Budget Sci Fi | Stop Motion Animation | Practical Special Effects | Special Effects | Low Budget Science Fiction | Micro Budget Filmmaking | Science Fiction | Independent Filmmaking | Screenwriting
 
Hi everyone, welcome to another Backyard Space Opera Podcast! This week is a “production meeting” to welcome our newest contributor Amanda. We take the opportunity to discuss various aspects of our ongoing projects. We discuss how micro budget film making can aid in the pursuit of standard studio work. We’ll examine both the story elements... R ...…
 
It's TV Movie time on Carpenter Revisisted as we discuss Someone's Watching Me! and ELVIS (Featuring Special Guest: Momma Blanchard) This week Gavin and I discuss Carpenter's TV Movie efforts Someone's Watching Me! and ELVIS. We open with a truncated conversation about the proto-Halloween / Hitchcockian thriller Someone's Watching Me! and then ...…
 
An intense thriller on the fringe of science fiction. This racial themed plot instantly provides a promising tension. Listen as we discuss our thoughts on writer and director Jordan Peele’s take on this multi genre film.
 
In this week's episode The Blanchard Brothers discuss Carpenter's most well-known and popular film, the one, the only, 1978's Halloween. Halloween is such an important and integral part of Carpenter's filmography we simply couldn't boil it down to one episode. What you'll hear this week is a semi-rough / very-off-the-cuff conversation (the 2nd ...…
 
In Episode #54 of Cult Following, Victor, Jasper, Kirby and Joshua discuss some of their favorite underseen, under the radar genre films. From favorites like Dead Alive to the 1993 Body Snatchers remake, find out what films the gang thinks you ought to check out if you're looking for something unique for movie night!…
 
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