it another shallow grave episode, we give you our list for movies to have in a quarantine.
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Horror related news, reviews, and discussions
In this rerun of our latest live episode, we talk about movies about viruses, outbreaks, and how we are dealing with COVID-19
This is a replay of our Friday The 13th Live show
This week the guys talk about the movie Prison, and Carey opens a mystery box from Full Moon Entertainment
This is a replay of our latest live episode
This week the guys talk about Plank Face, Carey gives you his Tales From Tubi, and Mr. Poe goes to the movies.
The guys talk about Midsommar, they also discuss the new Batman, CW's Crisis Crossover, and how Billy cheated death.
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This week Mr Poe and Carey struggle to get through Billy's pick with out him. They also talk about upcoming films
Bloody Summer Camp Bloody Summer Camp Indiegogo
Strix Strix indiegogo
Mr Poe will be attending Cult Classic Convention in Feb
The whole gang will be at Fear Fest WV in August
Our new website 1313inc
Dec 30th, 2019 by apodcastfrombeneath
Its the New Years episode the guys cant remember when movies came out, Carey was really tired, and they created some monsters.
In our Christmas episode It's Garbage Day!
This week its Jack Brooks Demon Slayer
This weeks episode is a rerun of our live show from Friday.
It's our 50th episode, and the first Shallow Grave episode, a more laid back episode where any thing goes, we welcomed special guest an fiend of the show William Von Grimm form The Poe and Grimm Podcast.
The topics we buried this week are
Sideshow is a Full Moon Feature that you can catch on Tubi Tv
Stranded is an awesome Bigfoot film that is currently running an Indiegogo campaign.
Bloody Summer Camp
Full Moon entertainment
Black Christmas 2019
This week we have and accidental VS. episode, because Mr. Poe watched the wrong movie.
This week Mr. Poe, and Carey talk about Re-Animator they also discuss the first two episodes of Creepshow, a real life monster, and they create their own. We have 2 indiegogo campaigns to tell you about.
STRANDED is an action packed, survival of the fittest Creature Feature! Filled with suspense, horror and 100% practical gore FX and stunts, this film will deliver a new level of terror!
In 1993, New Line released their first entry into the Friday the 13th franchise after purchasing the character Jason Voorhees from Paramount. In a historic and unorthodox move, the studio decided to allow 23 year old first-time director Adam Marcus to helm the film. What followed was the most controversial installment in the horror genre's biggest franchise, and fans were wildly divided in their response and remain so a quarter century later. This is the story of that film
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This week Billy and Carey talk about Tales of Halloween.
Oct 2nd, 2019 by apodcastfrombeneath
This week the guys give you our recommended movie to get you in that Halloween/Fall mood, and we have a few laughs along the way.
This week Mr. Poe and Carey talk at length about the Anti Super Hero film Brightburn, and on a sad note we recorded this episode before the passing of Sid Haig, and we talk about how he was doing better than previously reported, so with that being said I am going dedicate this episode to Sid Haig RIP Capt'n.
This week the guys cover some news stories, and discuss 2019's The Hole in the Ground, and oh yeah it was the show's 1 year anniversary.
This week, the guys talk about 2014's Lake Nowhere
This week Mr Poe form The Poe and Grimm Podcast joins us to discuss 1983's Mausoleum.
This week Carey and Billy talk about the end of The Walking Dead comic, Carey can't remember what character Lizzy Caplan is playing in Castle Rock season 2, and then they discuss Demon Wind.
Amazon Prime recommended a movie called Demon Resurrection, and after I watched it, I got in touch with the writer/director William Hopkins and invited him on to talk about the film.
Links to the film and all of the social media accounts.
Demon Resurrection on Amazon Prime: http://a.co/cFjFT5g
Demon Resurrection on VHX (high-quality streaming with all supplementary materials included): https://dresurrection.vhx.tv
Demon Resurrection official site: https://www.demonresurrection.com
Demon Resurrection original standard definition DVD: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Demon-Resurrection-DVD-Special-Edition-2011/162023593109
Demon Resurrection YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/DemonResurrection
My blog: https://www.williamhopkinsfilms.com
Various Twitter accounts:
Carey and Billy go back to summer camp this week they review The Final Girls.
This we talk about Bloody Bloody Bible Camp, and in the News we cover the cancellation of Swamp Thing after one the first episode released. Doctor Sleep is the follow up to The Shining, but is it focused on the book by Stephen King, or the movie from Stanley Kubrick. Rob Zombies new film 3 From Hell has a trailer. The Blair Witch is back in a new video game, and finally there is a new social network platform for horror lovers The Slasher App get it now on Android, and Apple.
This week we talk about 1989's C.H.U.D 2.
This week Carey and Billy discuss new trailers for Terminator Dark Fate, Swamp Thing and on Netflix a movie titled The Perfection. We are excited about the news of a new Mortal Kombat film from Director James Wan, and there is a new social network app made just for fans of horror called Slasher.
We are back, and we are talking about Halloween(2018) and i give mini reviews of Suspiria and Cherokee Creek.
Carey, Eric, and guest Cory discuss The Blair Witch Project.
In this weeks episode we talked about the film Don't Kill It, and we were join by William Von Grimm co host of The Poe & Grimm Podcast.
Don't Kill It is currently available on Netflix.
In our 3rd installment of Found Footage February, we discuss 2015's Hell House llc.
It doesn't take long before this one goes off the rails, and we talk about robots in stores, Maximum Overdrive, and we create a new creature for Asylum Films.
Eric also announces his new podcast, Beards and Brews.
We have a new theme song credit to www.bensound.com
It's our second installment of Found Footage February, we discuss 2013's Afflicted, a really good twist on the found footage sub-genre.
Be sure to check the campaign for the new feature form Rising Fire Films, "Ed and the Living Dead" Idiegogo
Our new store can be found here Store
And you can find our new Podcast Network here 1313inc
On this weeks episode we talk about what could be the worst movie we have covered to date, yes worse that Terror Vision.
TUCSON, ARIZONA, January 31, 2019—Arizona-based filmmakers Brandy Mason and Tim Fattig today announced the launch of the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for their upcoming horror/comedy film Ed and the Living Dead, a violent, darkly funny zombie tale set in the summer of 1959 and featuring the “world’s worst filmmaker,” Edward D. Wood, Jr. (Plan 9 From Outer Space, Glen or Glenda).
“The zombie film is an incredibly durable sub-genre, but sometimes it needs a little twist to be really engaging,” said producer/director Mason (a horror veteran with more than thirty credits, among them Don’t Fuck in the Woods and its upcoming sequel, WrestleMassacre, and Rednecks) . “Dropping iconic figures like Ed Wood and Criswell into the mix and setting the film in the 1950s instantly changes what the audience will expect from the story.”
Ed and the Living Dead features a fantastic cast of established and rising stars from the horror world. Jason Crowe (Volumes of Blood, The Bad Man) stars as the high-strung director Ed Wood, while David E. McMahon (American Guinea Pig: The Song of Solomon, Bonehill Road) plays Wood’s long-suffering film producer George Weiss. Also starring in this much-anticipated zomb-edy: Angela Pritchett (Steve: Death Collector, Partners); Vida Ghaffari (Holy Terror, RoboWoman), Kaylee Williams (Mrs. Claus, Ahockalypse),
Charles Chudabala (Escape From Ensenada, Ugly Sweater Party), Ryan Brewer (Larry and the Monsters, Never Been to Graceland), Julie Anne Prescott (Clown Motel: Spirits Arise, Meathook Massacre 4), Brett DeJager (director of Bonejangles and Cryptids), Mindy Gilkerson (The Second Coming, Art of the Dead), Nick Payne (All Eyez on Me, Kickboxer: Retaliation), and Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3, Starry Eyes).
Acclaimed musician and film composer Rocky Gray (The Barn, 10/31) will be providing the film’s score. Illustrator William Skaar (Heavy Metal, Deanna of the Dead) designed the teaser poster for the film.
In this weeks episode we talk about Peter Jackson's 1987 "Bad Taste".
We also give our thoughts on some of the Oscar picks, and we get a little nostalgia over video games.
The population of a small town disappears and is replaced by aliens that chase human flesh for their intergalactic fast-food chain.
On our 18th episode we talk about 1986's Terror Vision. One of us loved it and 2 hated it, find out who the outcast was. We were also hunted by a strange knocking noise through out the ep. stay to the end to see if we solve the mystery, and we have an idea that Tom Cruise might listen to our show.
In this latest episode we talk about 1986's Chopping Mall.
Eight teenagers are trapped after hours in a high-tech shopping mall and pursued by three murderous security robots out of control.
Director: Jim Wynorski
Writers: Jim Wynorski, Steve Mitchell
Stars: Kelli Maroney, Tony O'Dell, Russell Todd
studio audience applause sound FX -Ryan Lloyd
Transition Music -egallity
"Frolic" - Luciano Michelini