After getting HYPED from the trailer for The Meg Nick and George needed giant animal horror fix asap! Which brings us to this super underrated gem....Rogue
1:48 - The HW groups favorite giant animal movies.
7:51 - 60 Second Review
11:23 - Talking about the film
26:45 - Best and Worst Part
35:00 - Who's fault is it anyway?
This week Nick & George review The Unborn (2009) for their How Low Can We GO series. 10% on Rotten Tomatoes? Not even close....kinda.
3:07 - 60 second review.
6:25 - Diving into the film.
29:06 - Where do we rate it?
34:32 - Whats the worst horror movie villain name?
45:08 - Whats the best Platinum Dunes movie?
This episode George and Nick accidentally create the Reese's cup of horror podcasts. George tackles his top 3 underrated horror franchises. Nick gives his top 3 that could of been great and offers how they could have a killer comeback!
2:30 - What makes a franchise?
Nicks #3 - 4:21
Georges #3 - 10:54
Nicks #2 - 20:14
Georges #2 - 31:49
Nicks #1 - 41:33
Georges #1 - 50:12
Next on our How Low Can We Go series is 1997's Event Horizon.
Where this podcast is going, you will need ears to hear.
4:19 - Sixty Second Reviews
16:07 - Comparing Critical Scores
23:57 - Who's This Movie For?
30:00 - best/worst parts
40:37 - Wrap Up
A mysterious black, sleek automobile terrorizes everyone it comes into contact with in a small town in Utah. The local sheriff may be the only person who can stop this menace which has been possessed by pure evil. (IMDB)
When you get a sick day, what horror movie can you pop in to relax, have fun, and make yourself feel better?
We cover the possibilities, and also discuss what horror genres have the most comfort horror movies in them, and what horror movies NOT to watch.
"Fire doesn't cleanse, it blackens!"
The latest installment of our series How Low Can We Go finds us watching the 30% (on RT) rated video game become horror movie classic Silent Hill. You'd have to have an empty, pyramid-shaped head not to appreciate how damn good-looking and intense this film is, despite some flaws in the 'plot' and the ending.
Turn up the volume and the ash and let's revisit this undercover creature feature.
"I'll swallow your soul!" But you know what swallows most sequels? Mediocrity. But not these two. Evil Dead 2 and Scream 2 show how to expand an original idea without concessions or a drop in quality. Join us as we revisit the cabin and the theater and see if we can make it out alive.
Make sure to listen through the end of the episode for our 'Five Questions' segment where we discuss:
- What is the BEST horror part 2 of all time?
- How many horror movies does a director have to make to...
In the latest installment of our series, How Low Can We Go, where we review horror movies rated 'not fresh' on Rotten Tomatoes and try to give them the ratings they really deserve.
At 31% we chose Underworld, foundation stone of a horror-action franchise NOT from a comic or novel and starring a female lead.
Gremlins? Black Christmas? Silent Night, Deadly Night? 'Tis the season to get scary, so here are our 10 favorite Christmas horror movies and tv shows.
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Join us as we take a look back at the wintry, atmospheric and underrated Ghost Story from one of the great years of horror, 1981.
Plus we inject some horror into the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and catch up with some news from the horror genre.
In 1982, Stephen King and George Romero delivered a movie that still stands as the best horror anthology of all time. Romero had made an entire career using his monsters to comment on the human condition, and now (with the help of King), he delivers his first big (medium) budget masterpiece.
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Stranger Things, The Walking Dead, Channel Zero, Twin Peaks, AHS... horror on tv is really cutting into our horror movie watching time.
Join us as we countdown our top 4 (each) favorite episodes from horror shows in 2017.