Fully exhausted by recent events Darren & Mindy move through the Hammer film Woman in Black (2012), Fear the Walking Dead, and the AMC's Preacher. Also Darren would advise that you skip Helions, and The Final Girl. Not "The Final Girls" -that is a great movie we've already covered, and Women In Caskets recently dug into on their 32nd episode.
"Horror, on line 2. You're on." Mindy & Darren take to the airwaves to bring you horror! It turns out some genre favorites revolve around the radio dial. Pontypool (2008), The Booth (2005), Welcome to Nightvale podcast, and John Carpenter's The Fog. And also, welcome W-DIX's own D-Bag & the Minge.
We watched and compared notes for the fantastic Austrian film Goodnight Mommy (2014), and then the thriller documentary Welcome to Leith (2015)! Lastly Darren watched Ava's Possessions (2015)... and was disappointed.
On behalf of Norman Bates, we wish you a Happy Mother's Day! We spend some time at the original Bates Motel loving and analyzing Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 horror classic, Psycho.
When fact is stranger than fiction, and fear is something we all have in common, we present Documentary Horror. Covering a number of styles, we analyze Cropsey, The Galapagos Affair, and The Nightmare. With a few honorable mentions: Brother's Keeper, and Jesus Camp.
We took our mics and recorder out for some fresh air. Recording outdoors to talk the sci-fi horror Circle, then Mike Flanagan's new Netflix film Hush, and we have an interview with Alex J. Mann, the writer/director of the Snapchat movie 3 Seconds. Also we cover the details of @SaveHorror's March Madness challenge between some podcasting colleagues. Check out Miskatonic Musings + The Girls in the Back Row + Women in Caskets.
We compare and contrast two classic sci-fi horror film adaptations: The Fly from 1958, starring Vincent Price, and David Cronenberg's 1986 body horror classic with Jeff Goldblum & Gina Davis.
Jeremy Saulnier's hardcore punk survival story Green Room is an impressive work. Honest and brutal, perfectly plotted, the scares and shocking moments are concussively impactful. Green Room is out Friday, April 15th in New York, and LA and nationwide April 29th. Check it out, see it with friends.