Get hype for episode one-and-a-quarter of The Grave Plot Podcast!


Are you thoroughly hype? Okay then, let's begin.


We start things off with a life-imitating-art Real World Horror story about a scene from the new movie Escape Room that seemingly jumped off the screen and ended up in five people dead. In Horror Business, we talk about the new season of Netflix's "Stranger Things," as well as sequel news for A Quiet Place and Zombieland. We also talk about new prequel novel to "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" and close things out by trying to figure out why they are rebooting Final Destination.


In our film reviews, we talk about the amusement park slasher Hell Fest, as well as the not-really-horror-but-kind-of-a-thriller-and-kind-of-supernatural-plus-it-has-Nicolas-Cage-so-screw-it film Between Worlds. All this as well as our usual brand of referential humor, dick jokes, and dumb stories await you.


So tune in and enjoy another irreverent episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!



We kick 2019 off with our first ever salute to the "Tales From the Crypt presents" films! We start out with the extremely blue film Demon Knight and Tony reveals some things about himself and one Billy Zane. We then move on to hobble our way through the much less enjoyable Bordello of Blood, starring Dennis Miller for some reason. All this hosted by everyone's favorite pun-making puppet, the Crypt Keeper.

Before we get to the film reviews, however, you know we've got Horror Business for you! In Real World Horror, we tell you about a #FloridaMan who burned down his house because vampires. Naturally. We go on to discuss a potential re-remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street as well as the latest from the director of the Creep films and the latest season of "Slasher." We wrap things up by wondering what the future holds for the Alien franchise.

So listen up, kiddies! It's sure to be a scream! AAAAAHAHAHA!

(That was the Crypt Keeper, you have to read it as the Crypt Keeper)


When the cat's away, the mice will play and our cats are gone seeing some kind of magic show or something so we're going to get a little crazy with an all new Drunken Cinema.

You may have heard our review of Freddy vs. Jason already, but this is a film we've been wanting to do a Drunken Cinema of for a long time so why wait any longer?

So grab yourself a drink and place your bets! It's Freddy vs. Jason!

Get a special, themed cocktail recipe by going to our website!

Check out our livestream of this Drunken Cinema by joining us on Patreon.


 It's the most wonderful time of the year so grab a cup of hot chocolate and unwrap that gift early. SURPRISE! It's a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!


We kick things off with our annual gift exchange before diving into some Real World Horror about a disturbing grave unearthed in the UK. We then reach into our stockings and pull out some Horror Business, including remakes of The Toxic Avenger and Terrified, as well as new films based on the true story of "The Watcher" and the Creepypasta known as "The Russian Sleep Experiment." There's also a story about that guy from blink-182. Oh, and Ryan Reynolds is everywhere this episode.


For our festive film reviews, we discuss the new Dread Central Presents action/horror/comedy Slay Belles, featuring Barry Bostwick battling Krampus. We also discuss the new anthology film All the Creatures Were Stirring.


Merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah, joyous Kwanzaa, happy solstice. Whatever you celebrate, the Grave Plot Podcast wishes you the best. See you in 2019!


Hello and guten Krampusnacht! Tonight is the night that Krampus comes to town to kidnap, beat, and punish all of the naughty girls and boys. So before that happens, you better check in with a new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!
In Real World Horror, we talk about a mirror that is haunted by the captain of the Titanic and it can be yours for only £10,000. We'll tell you how. In Horror Business, we discuss some remakes or reboots or "spiritual sequels" or whatever other BS term Hollywood is using this year, namely Candyman and Madman, as well as Resident Evil. We also talk about a film adaptation of the novel "My Best Friend's Exorcist" and a sequel to the indie slasher The Barn.
For our film reviews, we head to the hood to hear some tales from Mr. Simms. First up is Clarence Williams' version in 1995's Tales From the Hood. We go on to discuss the new sequel, featuring Keith David in the lead role. These two movies are both anthologies featuring four different... well, tales from the hood, and it takes a while to talk about them all.
So strap in for another long, hell-raising episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.


Before you have to deal with your family tomorrow, join our family with a brand new, fully stuffed episode of The Grave Plot Podcast. With extra gravy.


In Real World Horror, we discuss the possibility of Google Maps doing some shady stuff. And not just the usual shady stuff Google does, but extra shady. Look, I'm not saying it's aliens, but... it's aliens. Maybe.


Hey, are you one of the hundreds of thousands of people who are tired of The Walking Dead on AMC? Well have I got good news for you! You can soon see The Walking Dead in theaters instead! We'll tell you all about the upcoming trio (yep, trio) of films coming soon.


Speaking of films, if Victor Miller and Sean Cunningham can't stop their slap fight long enough to make a new Friday the 13th movie, then I guess it's up to the fans! That includes an unofficial sequel to Jason Lives, titled "Vengeance" and now crowdfunding. We've got more details in Horror Business.


We've also got stories on George Romero's final film, an update on Ghostbusters 3, and a slate of new horror coming from Bad Robot.


On the subject of Bad Robot, we go on to discuss their new World War II zombie film Overlord, as well as "the Expendables of horror," Death House.


So put on your stretchy pants and indulge yourself in a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.



Hello darkness, my old friend. We've come to talk with you again, with a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!

We kick things off with a Real World Horror story about a chef who got the authorities called on him for serving his vegetarian customers meat. HUMAN MEAT.

In Horror Business, we discuss sequel news for the films The Boy and Night of the Living Dead. Yes, THAT Night of the Living Dead. We move from sequels to remakes as we talk about the upcoming redo of Night of the Comet. Finally, we move to the small screen with conversations on Netflix's new post-apocalyptic high school drama (...what?) as well as a new version of Penny Dreadful.

For our film reviews, we talk about the latest production from Dread Central Presents, the extreme haunt movie Extremity as well as the new version of Dario Argento's classic Suspiria. So prepare yourself for what lies ahead. Prepare... for... okay, it's not that serious, it's just a new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.


Happy Halloween! It's time for the 2018 Grave Plot Podcast Halloween special! What makes it special? Well... it's Halloween! Duh!

This is only a Fun Size episode as we don't have any Horror Business, but we do have some thoughts on that LeBron James/Friday the 13th story that's been making the rounds. We also have some other tricks, and treats, for your pumpkin bucket.

Every year we talk about two Halloween-themed movies and yet we have never done any of the Halloween films. That ends today as we'll be talking about the movie that EVERYBODY'S talking about, the brand new sequel... reboot... whatever the hell it is from Danny McBride and David Gordon Green.

We'll also be talking about another much-discussed edition of the series, the one without Michael Myers, Halloween III: Season of the Witch. It's developed a cult following in recent years, but is still somewhat of a hot button issue among many fans of the genre. Find out our thoughts now.

If all that isn't enough to whet your appetite, we also have an interview with All Hallows Eve and Terrifier writer and director Damien Leone! Hear all about Damien's beginnings making short films in his backyard to the creation of Art the Clown to what's coming next.

Happy, happy Halloween, Halloween, Halloween! Happy, happy Halloween, GRAVE PLOT PODCAST! (Admit it, you sang it.)



Awwww Grave Plot Podcast fans! Don't you dare be sour, clap for your favorite horror movie podcast and feel the power! It's a new day, yes it is, which means it's time for another installment of Octoberama! Today's edition was selected by our Patreon patrons, and it's Week of the Mini-Monster!


Before we get to all that though, we've got some things to say about Jason "Tommy" Blum and his recent comments about female directors. We then jump into Real World Horror, where we discuss the ongoing supernatural battle over Brett Kavanaugh's eternal soul. Yes, really.


In Horror Business, we have a bunch of stories from the small screen. We discuss new television shows based on Dracula and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter as well as updates on the TV adaptations of Creepshow and Child's Play. We do have one big screen story to talk about and that's the apparent upcoming remake of Wrong Turn, of all things.


Finally we get to our mini-monster film reviews. Up first is 1985's Ghoulies, which somehow spawned an entire franchise that included the titular ghoulies going to college. Next up we talk about the evil little tribbles known as Crites, or as you may know them, Critters.


So buckle up, true believers. Let's take a ride with The Grave Plot Podcast.



Octoberama is back. From outer space. We just showed up to see that stupid look upon your face.

Just kidding, you're beautiful. But we do have a couple of intergalactic films for you in the first ever Week of the Alien. First up, we talk about the true story of Travis Walton and the Fire in the Sky. We follow that up with a review of John Carpenter's all-time classic, The Thing.

So join our Space Force as we blast off with a brand new Grave Plot Podcast!


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