This episode is a review of one of our favorite anthology films, "The Mortuary Collection." Released in 2019, "The Mortuary Collection" is available to stream on Shudder and it's a screaming good time. It stars Clancy Brown and is a collection of chilling tales. Each vignette is unique and accompanied by am unexpected twist. Have you seen it? Which story was your favorite?
"Tell me about your mother..... "
It's Mother's Day weekend, and we had to celebrate by discussing some of our favorite scary films featuring moms! Let's be honest, kids can drive parents batty, but can they drive you to the state of some of these gals? This episode we'll talk all about some of our favorites including "Serial Mom," "The Others," "Mama," and "Psycho."
Remember, mother loves you very much......
This episode is dedicated to our Canadian listeners! We love Toronto and can't wait to visit post-COVID. In this episode we discuss some of our favorite haunted locations like the Christie Mansion, Casa Loma, Black Creek, and the Elgin & Winter Garden Theater.
A kid named Luna, a transformation on the 21st of the month, and a mysterious mom on the run? Yep, must be a movie about werewolves. Well, of sorts. This movie review features the episode "Blood Moon" from Hulu and Blumhouse's "Into the Dark" series. Did you watch it? What did you think?
We're almost to the weekend, which means it's time for a new episode. As we close out Women's History Month, we thought we'd discuss some of our favorite female ghosts from around the world. In this episode we discuss La Planchada, the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall, the Bell Witch, and Kuchisake-onna.
It wouldn't be St. Paddy's Day week without talking about the cult classic, "Leprechaun!" In this episode, we discuss all things Warwick Davis and Jennifer Aniston (in her breakout role) as well as some other fun facts you may not know. Is it the best film you've ever seen? Ehhhh, no. Do you laugh a little harder each time you watch it? Definitely.
Don't go into the forest. Trust your pets. If there are bars on the windows of your new residence, leave them there. This episode is a review of the 2015 film "The Hallow," which hits on some of our favorite horror movie stereotypes. While it had some familiar plot points, we loved the creative scientific spin on fairies. It's worth a watch!
Ever wonder why there's a saying about screaming like a banshee? Or where the true legend of the Headless Horseman came from? Well, we've got your answers. In this episode, we discuss a few creatures from Irish mythology in honor of Irish American Heritage month. We discuss the banshee, the phooka, the abhartach, and the dullahan. Listen with the lights on!