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The Final Guys is a humorous podcast reviewing the latest horror movies, books, games and everything else in the genre.

The Final Guys is a humorous podcast reviewing the latest horror movies, books, games and everything else in the genre.
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The Final Guys is a humorous podcast reviewing the latest horror movies, books, games and everything else in the genre.






Final Guys 80 - Overlord

We ventured to the theaters this week to see OVERLORD, a movie that everyone ignored. With a terrible trailer, and almost zero advertising, OVERLORD has underperformed at the box office. But it's #1 in our hearts! Our weekly staff picks consists of 8213: Gacy House, Bad Moon, 14 Cameras, Phantasm, Upgrade, Searching, Solo, Bad Samaritan, From Dusk Till Dawn, and Kill Hill Carnage by Tim Meyer.


Final Guys 79 - The Haunting of Hill House

Final Guys favorite, Mike Flanagan, is back again with THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, yet another Netflix original. Can Flanagan manage to pull of the re-imagining of an all-time classic, or does Netflix have another mediocre offering? Our weekly staff picks consists of Dream Warriors, From Beyond, Subspecies, Primal Rage, The Matrix, Willow, C.H.U.D., and Lethal White by Robert Galbraith.


Final Guys 78 - Trick r Treat

For our Halloween episode, we decided to dress up with a modern horror classic TRICK 'R TREAT! One of the best anthologies ever, particularly in the modern era, this film has everything you're looking for on Halloween night! Our weekly staff picks consists of Scream Blacula Scream, Stephanie, Haunted, Terrified, Night of the Comet, The Shining, The Witch in the Window, Paranormal Activity, and True Indie: Life and Death in Filmmaking by Don Coscarelli.


Final Guys 77 - Halloween (2018)

The most anticipated horror movie of the year, HALLOWEEN, is finally upon us! A direct sequel to the greatest slasher ever, this flick brings back Jamie Lee Curtis for one more round with Michael Myers. Does it live up to the hype? Or is it just another crappy Halloween sequel? Our weekly staff picks includes Blacula, Night of the Demons (1988), The Crescent Moon Clown, The Old Dark House, The Fog, Grave Encounters, and First Blood.


Final Guys 76 - Apostle

For the second week in a row, we're delving into a Netflix original horror film. Our main feature today is Apostle, starring Dan Stevens. Can Netflix finally give us something worth watching this year? Our weekly staff picks includes The Town that Dreaded Sundown (1976) and (2014), First Reformed, Fright Night, Exists, and The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle.


Final Guys 75 - Malevolent

With the Halloween season upon us, we decided to check out a new horror from Netflix called MALEVOLENT! Is Netflix able to break out of their recent quality slump or is this just another mediocre (at best) horror flick from the streaming giant? Our weekly staff picks includes House on Haunted Hill (1959), Suspiria (1977), The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976), Stephanie, Near Dark, Stir of Echoes, Ant-Man 2, Creepshow 2, and The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay.


Final Guys 74 - Invasion of the Body Snatchers

We decided to take a trip back to 1978 to discuss one of the great remakes, and horror films in general, Invasion of the Body Snatchers! Do the pod people hold up 40 years later? Or does this just feel like an imitation? Our weekly staff picks includes Seoul Station, Hell House LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel, Hell Fest, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Maniac Cop, Sick House by Jeff Strand, and Doki Doki Literature Club.


Final Guys 73 - Mandy

We've waited all year MANDY, the Nicolas Cage revenge flick. Artsy, gory, and insane.. but is it good? We do a deep dive on this little LSD trip of a movie to let you know. Our weekly staff picks consists of American Fright Fest, The Rock, The Vampire Lovers, Discovering Bigfoot, Return of the Living Dead II, UFO, Truth or Dare, and Creepshow.


Final Guys 72 - The Predator

Thirty-one years later, Predator has another sequel out, THE PREDATOR. Ignoring The Aliens vs. Predator movies, The Predator follows Predator and Predator. But is it good enough to round out the trilogy or is it yet another turd in the Predator punch bowl? Our weekly staff picks consists of Mandy, Bride of Re-Animator, Terrifier, The Pool, Bobcat Goldthwait's Misfits & Monsters, The Darkest, Fallen, Pacific Rim: Uprising, and I Travel by Night by Robert McCammon.


Final Guys 71 - The Nun

The fifth conjuring movie dropped this week with THE NUN. Does it bring some quality back to the franchise, or is it just a bunch of nunsense? Our weekly staff picks consists of Mark of the Witch, Bad Samaritan, The Abyss, Delirium, The Evil Within, Jack Ryan, Storberry by Dan Padavona, The Lost World of Kharamu by Robert Stava, and Island by Richard Laymon.


Final Guys 70 - Wayne June Interview

We did something a little different this week by talking with Wayne June, narrator of the gods! Wayne has narrated Lovecraft, Poe, Jack Ketchum, and a lot more. He's the voice of the video game Darkest Dungeon and an upcoming DLC for DOTA 2! He also spent the better part of a decade touring worldwide with Johnny Winter. Our weekly staff picks consists of Bats, Night of the Living dead, and The Troop by Nick Cutter.


Final Guys 69 - Summer of 84

There's nothing like a good coming of age movie as the summer winds down. This week we checked out Summer of 84, a brand new film getting a lot of positive press. Does it live up to the hype. Our weekly staff picks consists of The Last Sharknado, Shark Lake, Won't you Be My Neighbor, Daughters of Darkness, White Zombie, Ready Player One, Lord of Illusions, The Golden Child, Sharp Objects, The Outsider by Stephen King, and Video Night by Adam Cesare.


Final Guys 68 - Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich and Dead Night

In honor of horror goddess Barbara Crampton, we double-dipped on her new films this week with DEAD NIGHT and PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH. Our weekly staff picks consists of Upgrade, The Jurassic Games, Species, Blood Feast, Caught, BlacKkKlansman, and In the Tall Grass by Stephen King.


Final Guys 67 - The Meg

The featured movie this week was an easy choice - THE MEG. How many $150 million megalodon movies will you ever get to see? But the question is whether it's got the bite to actually be entertaining. Our weekly staff picks consists of The Devil and Father Amorth, Tourist Trap, The Death of Superman, The Monster Club, The Snowman, Interview with the Vampire, Piranha 3D, Malice, In the Tall Grass by Stephen King, and The Haunted Forest Tour by Jeff Strand and James A. Moore.


Final Guys 66 - Extinction

We decided to Netflix and chill this week with the new apocalyptic release EXTINCTION. Can Netflix break their trend of mediocre movies? Our weekly horror picks consists of Chopping Mall, The Last Shark (Great White), The Legend of Boggy Creek, They Remain, 68 Kill, Avengers: Infinity War, Stargate, Our House, Locked Doors by Blake Crouch, and Wolf Hunt 2 by Jeff Strand.


Final Guys 65 - Re-Animator

Because the horror releases are slow as hell this summer, we decided to jump back to 1985 and breathe some new life in Re-Animator! Does this 80's classic hold up? Or is too old for a resurrection? Our weekly horror picks consists of The Devil and Father Amorth, Ratter, Mission: Impossible - Fallout, In Search Of, Ghost Stories, Silver Bullet, We Are Still Here, and The Outsider by Stephen King.


Final Guys 64 - Unfriended: Dark Web

Another week, another sequel. This time we logged into Unfriended: Dark Web, the sequel shot in secret and released to theaters with two different endings. Does the single screen narrative style hold up for a second go round, or is it just annoying? Our weekly horror curation consists of Demon House, When a Stranger Calls Back, Rampage, Murder on the Orient Express (2017 & 1974), Brain Dead, Death Wish, The Devil's Rain, The Bedding of Boys by Edward Lorn, and Jurassic Florida by Hunter...


Final Guys 63 - Strangers: Prey at Night and Family Blood

We went for a twofer this week, doubling up with the long-awaited sequel STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT and the Netflix bound Blumhouse film FAMILY BLOOD. Our weekly horror curation consists of Family Blood, Witch-Hunt, Friday the 13th Part 7, The Last Drive-In, Demons, Re-Animator, Pieces and The Bedding of Boys by Edward Lorn.


Final Guys 62 - Another WolfCop plus The First Purge and Ant-Man and the Wasp

After waiting for what seemed like years, we had a chance to grab some beers and watch ANOTHER WOLFCOP. Does it live up to the high-expectations set by the first? We also check in with reviews for THE FIRST PURGE and ANT-MAN AND THE WASP! Our weekly horror curation consists of Ant-Man and the Wasp, IT, Sharp Objects, The House of the Devil, Raw Force, Scare Campaign, The Ninth Gate, The First Purge, and Meg by Steven Alten.


Final Guys 61 - The Endless and Resolution

This week we dove into a horror double feature from directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead - The Endless and Resolution. These two have put out some of our favorite indie flicks over the past few years, so we're excited to drive into their latest. Our weekly horror curation consists of Horror and Hamsters, JFK: The Smoking Gun, Sole Survivor, Incident in a Ghostland, What Lies Beneath, and Old Man Logan.