Movies discussed: Ghost Team One, Antisocial, We are the Flesh, Proximity (short)
This week Josh and Matt watch a slew of movies Charlie suggested we watch while he is out of town. Because he thought they were so bad, he didn’t ever want to have to watch them again. How did we think this was a good idea?
Movies discussed: You Might Be the Killer, Bad Moon, Madman, Snap (short)
We watch some self-aware horror with You Might Be the Killer, some 80’s practical special effects with Bad Moon, and some slasher kids get what slasher kids deserve with Madman. How did they all stack up? Listen to find out!
Movies discussed: Cam, Madhouse, The Ghoul, Tik Tik (short)
We have a mixed bag of reactions this week. Matt liked The Ghoul, Josh dug Cam, and Charlie found glee in Madhouse. We also digress a lot this episode. You’re welcome.
Also, here’s a link to the Switchblade Sisters interview with April Wolfe and Cam writer/producer Isa Mezzei that Matt references during this episode. It’s really interesting and definitely worth a listen. (You should be subscribed to Switchblade Sisters anyway, it’s excellent.)
Matt talks with Duck Washington about his family-friendly play at the Twin Cities Horror Festival 2018, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow! Finally, a guest who is willing to scare the crap out of kids. Well, it’s actually more complicated than that, check it out.
Movies discussed:Dead of Winter, The Strangers: Prey at Night, Dolls, Liebe (short)
We’re short a Josh this episode so it’s down to Charlie and Matt to figure out just what the hell was going on in each of our movies this week. Turns out they all have something to confuse you and leave you scratching your head.
Hey folks, Matt here, asking for a minute of your time. As most of our listeners prolly already know, HSHD has been proud to participate in the Twin Cities Horror Festival for years now. Alongside dancers, comedians, actors, and musicians, we have brought our little corner of the horror world to the festival with our short film festival-within-a-festival. We look forward to it every year as a chance to show audiences some of the films we’re most excited about, as well as a chance to move those of you that can make it in person. Today is Give to the Max day, a day for non-profits to raise money and potentially win extra funding for their group. Donations are tax deductible for U.S. residents. Check out the video and consider supporting the TCHF if you can with a financial donation, or help us out by sharing this post. It allows us a great outlet for sharing our love of horror with the public.