Sometimes dead is better. You have to wonder if a film adaptation of Pet Sematary was best left alone, or if it could benefit from a fresh take. Well, wonder no longer because we are here to talk about the brand new adaptation of Stephen King's famous novel. Speaking of the great Mr. King, we also discuss another one of his most famous adaptations, 1990's Misery.


Before all that, though, we must discuss some Horror Business. In Real World Horror, we talk about the strange things afoot at the Market Basket in Wilmington, Mass. Is the frozen food aisle some kind of gateway to the other side? Listen and find out.


We also talk about the probably-unnecessary remake of The Craft coming from Blumhouse, an update on who's playing the new Candyman in the new Candyman, and a new documentary about Sleepaway Camp. We've also got news on a fresh chapter in the Pan's Labyrinth story, plus details on what the future holds for the aforementioned Pet Sematary.


You can also find out where we'll be at this year's Crypticon Seattle, hear us talk about WrestleMania, and endure more of our unique brand of irreverence found only on The Grave Plot Podcast.


Don't look now but we're back once again with a brand new episode and we're talking about the movie everyone is talking about. Only we do it with that trademark Grave Plot Podcast stank.

Naturally we kick things off with Real World Horror, where we discuss the continuing search for extraterrestrials with none other than Blink-182 guitarist Tom Delonge. In Horror Business, we talk about the directorial debut of Dave Franco, which somehow turned into comparing him to a raccoon. We then move on to a long-gestating Stephen King adaptation that looks to finally see the big screen. Then there's a conversation on which movie Darren Lynn Bousman wants to reboot, a new Netflix series about kids taking on armies of monsters and zombies, plus a brand new video game from the creators of "Left 4 Dead."

Finally we get to our movie reviews, where we start things off discussing the independent werewolf movie Bonehill Road. Featuring genre icon Linnea Quigley and practical wolf effects, is it worth adding to the list of lycan films? Listen and find out. Also find out our thoughts on Jordan Peele's Us. It's the movie that's got everyone talking and we're no different. Hear us break it down in the way only we can.

Whether you're tethered or not, grab your doppelganger and you can both enjoy a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!

Yes lad, how's about yee? In honor of the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday, we head to the emerald isle for our annual tribute to Irish horror!

In today's episode, we feature a double dose of sin as we discuss the ghost story The Canal as well as the supernatural thriller Let Us Prey. Both of this films feature Irish directors and were financed by the Irish Film Board. If you miss this one, well then may the cat eat you and may the devil eat the cat.

We've also got that sweet, sweet Horror Business for you. In Real World Horror, we discuss some recently discovered "witch marks" in England caves. We go on to talk about sequels to Escape Room, Candyman, and Ghostbusters, plus stories on Joe Bob Briggs and a Universal Monsters theme park. We also talk about a lot of things that have nothing to do with anything. Oh, and there's John Mulaney references. OBVIOUSLY.

So may the road rise to meet you as you enjoy a craic new episode of the Grave Plot Podcast! Sláinte!

Once more around the bend we go with another new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.

February is Women in Horror Month and before time runs out, we want to honor the occasion with reviews of female directed, and led, films. Tune in to hear our thoughts on Karyn Kusama's Jennifer's Body and the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer, directed by Fran Rubel Kuzui.

We also, naturally, have our Horror Business segment, including a Real World Horror story about a booby trapped house that almost ended tragically. Apparently that's what they call "Home Alone, Philly style." Okay, then. We also talk about the announcement of a sequel to one of our favorite films from last year, Terrifier. There's also talk about Netflix adapting a new story by Joe Hill, a reboot of "Are You Afraid of the Dark?," and we try to make sense of the Alien universe. Finally, we discuss the 60s kid show "The Banana Splits." You'll see why.

So hunker down and help us celebrate Women in Horror Month with our brand new episode.

Happy Valentine's Day, lovers! We hope you are all snuggled up with someone close to you because for the first time ever, we're not close to each other. That's because we're doing this episode remotely from opposite ends of the frozen tundra that currently is the Puget Sound region. But fear not, sweethearts, we've got a gift for you that's better than a box of chocolates. It's a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!

Check out our holiday-themed movies as we review the films Lovers Lane and X-Ray (which doesn't sound like a Valentine's Day movie unless you go by its other name, Be My Valentine, or Else... Oh, and it's also called Hospital Massacre and Ward 13). These movies feature plenty of love, cherubs, romance, and blood and guts. Only part of that is true.

We also have some sweet, sweet Horror Business for you, including a Real World Horror story about a rich neighborhood turned on its head by a grisly discovery inside a suitcase. We go on to discuss the updated plans for the Universal monsters as well an update on the sequel to Halloween. We also talk about a new zombie film from Zack Snyder plus latest on the new adaptation of Stephen King's "The Stand" and Chucky's trip to the small screen.

So grab a loved one and cuddle up with a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.

Doo doo da doo da doo! CHARGE into a brand new episode of the Grave Plot Podcast dedicated to sports horror!

First up we talk about the closest thing we'll ever get to Adam and Joe from Holliston, Massachusetts' film Shinpads, the French soccer zombie film Goal of the Dead. When they score, you die. No, wait, wrong tagline. "Football is a team game... not survival!" What? That's terrible. Anyways, we also discuss the 1984 slasher film Fatal Games, about a deranged javelin thrower offing teenage Olympic hopefuls. I mean... with a premise like that how can it NOT be good, right?

We've also got a whole pregame of Horror Business. We kickoff with Real World Horror, where we talk about a Florida man attempting to kill his neighbors with kindness. We go on to discuss next year's Ghostbusters sequel as well as yet another installment in Nicolas Cage's tour of the horror genre. We also talk about a couple new TV series, namely a pilot based on The Lost Boys and a Resident Evil series coming to Netflix, plus updates on Shudder's Creepshow.

So lace up your sneakers, grab your sweatbands, and let's get out there and WIN!

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!

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