105 - Shrooms/Grabbers

March 15, 2018

Oi there, ya right bastards! In honor of this weekend's Saint Patrick's Day, we're off to the emerald isle to talk about a pair of Irish horror films!

First off, we talk about Horror Business, including a story of tech coming to life with people's Alexa-powered devices defying their commands and laughing at them in Real World Horror. We also discuss the theory that A Quiet Place is a secret Cloverfield movie, The Dark Tower TV series, and the future of Evil Dead. We also go on a tangent about the future of The Walking Dead and close out with news of a remake of Fear.

Then we get to our film reviews, where we talk about the Ireland-filmed horror-comedy Grabbers, about space squids who hate booze so a whole town gets trashed to fight them off. Speaking of getting fucked up, we also do Shrooms. I mean... we review the movie Shrooms.

So put on your green, make some corn beef and cabbage, and grab a glass of whiskey to enjoy a craic new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!


104 - The Ritual/Victor Crowley

February 28, 2018

It's time to play the music, it's time to light the lights. It's time to meet the Muppets on The Grave Plot Podcast tonight.

We kick things off with a Real World Horror story about a woman in Oregon who found herself looking like the poster child for The StrainWe also have not one, but two stories about teddy bears causing havoc and horror with updates on the Five Nights at Freddy's movie as well as a new Joe Dante-produced film Teddy Bears are for Lovers. We also talk about a new book presented by R.L. Stine, yet another Sharknado, and - believe it or not - a new Stephen King adaptation.

Originally we intended to have two Kane Hodder films for our reviews, but due to the delay in Death House's release, we only have one. We talk about Adam Green's latest film in the Hatchet franchise, titled Victor Crowley. We also discuss the latest from Netflix and director David Bruckner, The Ritual.

It's time to put on makeup, it's time to dress up right. It's time to get things started on The Grave Plot Podcast tonight.


103 - The Loved Ones/Valentine w/ Lynne & Kristin

February 14, 2018

Happy Valentine's Day, loves! In honor of this day of romance, we've invited our respective significant others to join us. Neither are horror fans so of course they jumped at the opportunity to watch some horror movies!

For our special edition of Real World Horror, we talk about zombie deer and elks and moose as well as monkeys with super herpes. In Horror Business, we give a Women in Horror Month shout out to Roxanne Benjamin, who is releasing her first feature film. We also talk about a Child's Play TV show, a new Purge, and what's next for Victor Crowley. Finally, Lynne and Kristin take the lead on a story about the sequel to Hocus Pocus

For our movie reviews, we discuss a couple of holiday favorites. Up first is the Denise Richards slasher Valentine from 2001. Our second film is a bit of a stretch to consider a Valentine's Day film but it's all about love so we're going to count it. It's director Sean Byrne's The Loved Ones

So grab some chocolates, pour a glass of champagne, and cuddle up with a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast. 

Enjoy your VD.


102 - Mom and Dad/Bad Apples

January 31, 2018

We're back, and better than ever. It's a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast here to kick the door down.

Today in Real World Horror, we talk about a Michigan couple making a business out of selling other people's business. Namely their heads. In Horror Business, we tell you which way-past-its-expiration-date horror franchise just won't seem to stay dead and a new franchise from some familiar names. We also discuss a new Romero taking on the throne, some vampires coming to the small screen, and Mike Flanagan's next Stephen King adaptation.

Our movie reviews are a family affair, as we discuss Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair going crazy in Mom and Dad. For our second movie, we discuss some trouble makers who could have used some more mom and dad time in Bad Apples.

So pop us in your ears and let's take a trip together.


101 - Grave Plot Awards/Desolation/House of Salem

January 17, 2018

Ladies and gentlemen, it's time for the 2017 Grave Plot Awards! Find out who won the coveted Golden Shovel trophy for Best Movie, Best TV Show, Best Nude/Sex Scene, and more.

Back to our regularly scheduled program, we kick things off with Real World Horror about a cannibal cop who is writing a book about cannibals. But it's totally fiction, I swear. In Horror Business, we discuss the latest from author Stephen King, Netflix's new Sabrina, and a Tales From the Hood sequel. We also try to figure out why anyone would want to make a Critters TV show and talk about the latest goings on over at Blumhouse.

For our movie reviews, we discuss a couple of independent features. Up first is the UK haunted home invasion flick House of Salem. Next we review a story of a camping trip gone awry with 2017's Desolation.

So give it a listen and enjoy.


100 - The Exorcist/The Shining/Chris Peckover

January 6, 2018

Who would have thought we'd ever make it this far? After almost five years, we finally hit the coveted triple digit mark. Welcome to Episode 100 of The Grave Plot Podcast!

We do 100 with two movies deserving of such an honor, horror classics The Shining and The Exorcist. Listen as Tony tries (and fails) not to compare the movies and books and we generally just gush over these two films. You've seen them before, but you've never seen them through the Smirnoff Ice fueled eyes of the Grave Plot boys.

Oh yeah, did I mention Smirnoff Ice was involved?

We also talk Horror Business, including an update on the Slender Man attacks in Real World Horror. We go on to discuss the newest Hellraiser movie, a possible remake of The Creature From the Black Lagoon, an update on the 2018 Halloween film, and the latest news involving the Alien franchise. We close things out talking about which other Stephen King adaptations Gerald's Game director Mike Flanagan might want to tackle next.

In case that's not enough, we also spoke to the co-writer and director of 2017 Grave Plot Award nominee Better Watch Out, Chris Peckover. We discussed film making in Australia, holiday horrors, and Patrick Warburton's big box of gay ornaments.

So check out our big, awesome episode 100 and let's get started on the next hundred.


99 - Better Watch Out/A Christmas Horror Story

December 20, 2017

Merry Christmas ya ho ho hoes! It's time once again for our annual yuletide episode!

We kick things off with some holiday Horror Business, including a Real World Horror story about a woman who has a thing for ghosts, if you know what I mean. We also discuss which spooky podcast is making its way to television (hint: it's not us), plus who's taking over the helm of the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark film adaptation. We also have stories on a World War Z video game, a dark new story out of Riverdale, and an American remake of a Korean thriller.

In our film reviews, we get festive with the 2015 anthology A Christmas Horror Story, featuring haunted hallways, zombie elves, and a giant Krampus. We also discuss Better Watch Out, the new Australian import featuring a home invasion for the holidays.

So trim your tree, wrap your package, and stuff your stocking because it's time for a holly jolly new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!


98 - Freddy vs. Jason/Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (Patreon picks)

December 10, 2017

You know what makes this country great? Freedom of choice. And today, we gave that freedom to two of our Patreon patrons.

We let our patrons choose the movie reviews for this episode. After collecting a pool of nominations, we randomly drew Freddy vs. Jason, chosen by Max Health, and Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead, chosen by Lance Dale. Considering some of our past Patreon picks episodes, it could have been a lot worse.

But first, Horror Business. We start things off, as we are wont to do, with Real World Horror about a ship made of bones and carrying a crew of p-p-p-pirate ghosts. Or something along those lines. We go on to discuss a new TV show from Blumhouse, a documentary about Jason Goes to Hell, and which character from The Walking Dead will be paralyzed by Fear. We then try to figure out what the hell Ridley Scott is doing to his Alien franchise, and talk about a new live-action Scooby-Doo movie. There's actually quite a bit of Scooby-Doo in this episode.

So give it a listen, enjoy, and if you want to pick our next episode, head over to patreon.com/graveplotpodcast. Cheers.


97 - Jigsaw/Mayhem

November 22, 2017

Back up in that ass with the resurrection, it's time for another episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!

Today in Real World Horror, we've got a troubling story out of Kansas that will chill you to the bone. We pick things up with Horror Business, where we discuss the impending doom of the Dark Universe. We also try to figure out what the hell Danny McBride is doing with Halloween, talk about a new movie based on a 90s classic, and break down a vampire movie based on a Marvel superhero. We close things out by talking about what Backstreet Boy Nick Carter is up to.

Wait, what?

In our movie reviews, we discuss the eighth and latest installment in the Saw franchise, Jigsaw. We also discuss the new office action horror from director Joe Lynch, Mayhem.

So strap in and take a ride on the latest from The Grave Plot Podcast.


96 - Creep 2/Cult of Chucky

November 10, 2017

Octoberama has come and gone, Halloween is over, and now it is time to heal. And what better way to heal than with a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast?

In Real World Horror, we discuss the sale of an Arizona ranch that may or may not also be an ALIEN BURIAL GROUND. For Horror Business, we've got updates on Trick 'r Treat 2The Blair Witch Project, and reboots of The Twilight Zone and Pet Sematary. We also discuss the late George Romero's son taking over the zombie mantle.

For our film reviews, we discuss the latest in the Child's Play series, Cult of Chucky. Chucky is back and he's brought friends. Speaking of coming back, Mark Duplass returns for Creep 2, the second installment in the incredibly unnerving trilogy. How do these movies stack up to their predecessors? Listen and find out!