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!
Well hello there, children. Gather 'round and let me tell you a tale about a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.
Be forewarned that this episode starts off with a political rant from SkeleTony. We also take time out to thank the backers of The Grave Plot Film Fest.
In Horror Business, we tell you about science creating a horrible and disgusting machine that will surely spell the end of us all. Or not. We also discuss an unneeded remake to the Korean film Train to Busan, plus update you on the Friday the 13th lawsuit between Victor Miller and Horror, Inc. We also have stories about the latest from one of the writers of Night of the Living Dead plus a new project from Full Moon Pictures. We close this section out talking about a possible Halloween TV show.
This week is Week of the Zombie. In our reviews, we have a serious conversation about the film Deadgirl. And yes, really. It's a little out of our comfort zone but we get into the movie's themes, messages, and relevance in society. It's much deeper and more nuanced than our usual stuff.
But don't worry, we get back to Grave Plot style with the zany action of Re-Animator. This is more of the goofiness you've come to know and love from us and lightens the mood before we say goodnight.
So have a listen and we hope you enjoy another rousing edition of The Grave Plot Podcast.
Finally... Octoberama... HAS COME BACK, to the Grave Plot Podcast.
We kick this year's selection off with one of our patented (patent pending) minisodes and, as always, week one is Week of the Vampire. This year we selected the New Zealand horror/comedy What We Do in the Shadows as well as John Landis' Innocent Blood.
There's no Horror Business, but there's plenty of BS so just sink your teeth into these reviews and stay tuned as Octoberama continues every week in October!
Look, up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! Nah son, it's a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast pooping on your head!
We kick things off with a Real World Horror story from Ipswitch, England where residents heard children singing a nursery rhyme at all hours of the day. What really caused it may be even creepier.
In Horror Business, we discuss what the future holds for Victor Crowley and the Hatchet franchise. We also talk about a live show based on Fright Night, for real. We also have a long discussion about the new Swamp Thing TV show, updates on AMC's adaptation of Joe Hill's NOS4A2, and the first leading man role for wrestler CM Punk.
We wrap things up with our movie reviews, where we discuss the latest installment in the Predator franchise, Shane Black's The Predator. THE. We then close out the episode by discussing the Nicolas Cage revenge slasher Mandy.
So curl up in your fortress of solitude and use your bionic hearing to listen to a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.
Don't look now but those boys from the Grave Plot are back again and they're here to cause a ruckus.
In today's Real World Horror, we talk about a missing persons report that ended with a fish tank full of human remains. In Horror Business, we discuss the exciting news that Joe Bob Briggs is back! We also have updates on the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark movie adaptation that also mentions Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Goosebumps. We also discuss the latest project featuring genre legend Barbara Crampton and is there going to be a sequel to Suspiria? We wrap up this segment with news about the latest version of Spawn.
For our film reviews, we talk about the largest horror festival in the world, Blood Fest, featuring several different parks from various subgenres, celebrity panels, and karaoke with Zach Levi! We also have some thoughts on the sequel to WolfCop, the very aptly titled Another WolfCop. WolfCop returns for more blood, more booze, and more Bubba.
So strap in for a wild ride with another brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.
One more time, with feeling.
We kick off today's new episode with some chit-chat about The Grave Plot Film Fest. We move on to Real World Horror, where we discuss the online "challenge" coming from a terrifying creature named Momo. In Horror Business, we start things off with an update on the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise. We move on to talk about Glenn Danzig getting into film making and a sequel to the popular South Korean zombie film Train to Busan. We close the segment out with a new horror film from Jay Baruchel and a TV adaptation of a popular horror video game.
In our movie reviews, we discuss the new 80s kids adventure thriller Summer of '84, from the makers of Turbo Kid. It's a little bit Stranger Things, a little bit Goonies, and a little bit The 'Burbs. But is it any good? Listen and find out.
We also discuss the exorcism film and latest installment in the American Guinea Pig series, The Song of Solomon, starring former guest Jessica Cameron. The series has a history of being bloody and violent so tune in to hear all about this one.
So let's get crazy. Let's go nuts.
Have you ever listened to your podcasts and thought "why aren't there more poop jokes and idiotic viewpoints? There's got to be a better way!" Well now there is with a new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!
Today in Real World Horror, we talk about a young man who decided to take matters, and a relative's eyes, into his own hands. In Horror Business, we discuss the upcoming Amazon series "Them," a virtual nightmare from the Evil Dead universe, and the next project from the director of Hereditary. We've also got updates on Mike Flanagan's "Doctor Sleep" adaptation and we tell you why some of the people who made The Meg aren't happy about the release of The Meg.
Finally in our film reviews, we discuss the film formerly known as "Applecart" by now known as Dead Night. This one stars a lot of familiar faces, including Brea Grant, AJ Bowen, and icon Barbara Crampton. Find out of it lives up to their standards. Secondly, we talk about the French film Revenge. This one has a bit of a buzz behind it which could be good or bad. Listen and see which one we think it is.
But wait, there's more! Oh, no, there's no more. That's it. So get your brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast today!