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Final Guys Horror Podcast


The Final Guys Horror Podcast covers all genre topics ranging from movies, books, games, and much more! We love horror and discuss it with a humorous slant.

The Final Guys Horror Podcast covers all genre topics ranging from movies, books, games, and much more! We love horror and discuss it with a humorous slant.


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The Final Guys Horror Podcast covers all genre topics ranging from movies, books, games, and much more! We love horror and discuss it with a humorous slant.






Final Guys 258 - The Sadness

Our main feature this week is the Shudder exclusive, The Sadness. Cover your eyes, because this one is nasty. But first, we're reviewing Planet of the Vampires, Firestarter, Choose or Die, Seed People, A Ghost Waits, and True Indie by Don Coscarelli.


Final Guys 257 - The Twin

Another week, another Shudder Exclusive. Our main feature is The Twin, which stars Final Guys favorite Teresa Palmer. Does the rollercoaster of Shudder quality continue, or do we have a winner? Check it out here ► Movies and books mentioned in this episode ▼ The Sinner ► Jack the Ripper ► Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness ► We Need to Talk About Kevin ►...


Final Guys 256 - The Scary of Sixty-First

Our main feature this week is The Scary of Sixty-First, which has to be seen to be believed. The quality of filmmaking displayed here necessitated Chad Lutzke make an appearance. Check it out here ► Movies and books mentioned in this episode ▼ Dracula (2006) ► Beyond Evil ► Conversations with a Killer ► Outer Range ► The Witch Who Came from the Sea ►...


Final Guys 255 - Virus-32

Our main feature this week is the Shudder exclusive VIRUS-32. Does this Uruguayan zombie film rise above its toothless genre or does it also lack bite? But first, we're talking Chariots of the Gods, Frightmare, The Mutilator, The Bunker Game, The Batman, Outer Range, Will Storr vs The Supernatural by Will Storr, and The Easton Falls Massacre by Holly Rae Garcia.


Final Guys 254 - Titanic 666

Because misery loves company, Laurel Hightower and Chad Lutzke return to review the Tubi original Titanic 666. The title of this production by The Asylum speaks for itself. But first, we're talking The Editor, Dolly Dearest, The Serpent and the Rainbow, The Cellar, The Fog, Fear by Ronald Kelly, Brand New Dark by Beau Johnson, and The Gulp by Alan Baxter.


Final Guys 253 - See for Me

Laurel Hightower returns to help us review the Shudder exclusive SEE FOR ME. But first, we're talking Wake Wood, The Scary of Sixty-First, Dog Soldiers, Sweet Sixteen, Mutant, Village of the Damned, The Outer Limits (1995), Cracow Monsters, Below by Laurel Hightower, and The Sadeiest by Austrian Spencer.


Final Guys 252 - Night's End

Our main feature this week is the Shudder original, Night's End, which is about ghosts that really like to walk past doorways. But first, we're reviewing Evidence, Curse of the Black Widow, Memory: The Origin of Alien, Lizzie, Studio 666, Frailty, City of the Living Dead, Embryo, and Wayward Suns by Hamelin Bird.


Final Guys 251 - X

Ti West and A24 joined forces to release X, so you know we had to review it. Does his first foray into horror films in nine years hold up to his previous work? But before we talk X, we're reviewing Dashcam, In a Valley of Violence, The Bridgewater Triangle, The Roost, The Island of Dr. Moreau (1977), Crawlspace, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Scream (2022), and Dune (2021).


Final Guys 250 - Van Helsing (2004)

Tim Meyer returns for our 250th episode, which means we have to torture ourselves with the horrific VAN HELSING. Has the Hugh Jackman film aged well over the years or is it as terrible as we remember? But first, we're talking Deep Water, Dune, Batman: Soul of the Dragon, The Green Knight, Deadly Blessing, UFO, Candyman, Video Palace, Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022), Scream (2022), and The Toll by Cherie Priest.


Final Guys 249 - The Seed

This week we're reviewing the Shudder exclusive film, The Seed. Does Shudder's winning streak continue or has the soil gone bad? But first we're talking No Exit, A House on the Bayou, Day of the Animals, 15 Things You DIdn't Know About Bigfoot, X-Ray, Aquarium of the Dead, Riki-Oh: The Story of Riki, Anything for Jackson, and Psycho Goreman.


Final Guys 248 - Fresh

Because we only eat the finest cuts of meat, we're digging into Fresh this week. Does the Hulu exclusive have any bite to it? Check it out here ► Movies and books mentioned in this episode ▼ The Batman ► I Blame Society ► Eaten Alive ► Bloodthirsty ► Come Play ► Yellowjackets ► 1408 ►...


Final Guys 247 - Hellbender

We're visiting the Adams' family again with their Shudder original film Hellbender. Did they put on another clinic in low-budget filmmaking? But first, we're reviewing All the Moons, Capture Kill Release, Boris Karloff: The Man Behind the Monster, The Black Cat, Game of Death, Death Spa, House by the Cemetery, After Midnight, and Baby Oopsie.


Final Guys 246 - Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022)

We're breaking out the walkers and the wheelchairs this week as we review the Netflix exclusive, Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Can Leatherface still wield the chainsaw? Or will osteoporosis foil him? But first, we're talking Scream (2022), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, The Last Matinee, Valentine, A Month of Dunkin by Armand Rosamilia, and Sour Candy by Kealan Patrick Burke.


Final Guys 245 - Nightmare Alley

Guillermo Del Toro returns with an all-star cast in Nightmare Alley. THe planets are aligned for this movie to be great - but is it horror? But first, we're reviewing The Brotherhood of Satan, Synchronic, Swamp Thing, Archive 81, Zombieland VR, Goddess of FIlth by V. Castro, Cannibal Creator by Chad Lutzke, The Restoration by J.H. Moncrieff, and Unbury Carol by Josh Malerman.


Final Guys 244 - Slapface

We tricked horror author Laurel Hightower into coming back this week to review the Shudder original, SLAPFACE. But before that, we're talking Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Lucky, The Call, Rose Plays Julie, The Witch Who Came from the Sea, What Lies Below, Countdown, Identity, Brand New Cherry Flavor, Resident Evil 4 VR.


Final Guys 243 - For the Sake of Vicious

Our Shudder love continues this week as we review their exclusive film For the Sake of Vicious. Chad Lutzke returns to make up for his microphone woes of a few weeks ago. But first, we're watching Sator, An Unquiet Grave, Surviving the Game, The Valley of the Gwanji, The Deep House, Count Dracula (1970), The Silencing, and Luz.


Final Guys 242 - Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum

We're trespassing in the Gonjiam: Haunted Aslyum this week with the Shudder exclusive horror flick of the same name. Laurel Hightower, author extraordinaire, joins us in dissecting it. But first, we're reviewing The Columnist, The Poughkeepsie Tapes, Auntie Lee's Meet Pies, Synchronic, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Back 4 Blood, Witchboard, Dexter: New Blood, and Bloodlines: Four Tales of Familial Fear.


Final Guys 241 - Amityville Uprising

We're visiting New York this week to review Amityville Uprising with horror author Chad Lutzke. Is it even worse than expected? (Yes.) But first, we're talking Lamb, Count Yorga, Vampire, Yellowjackets, Orgasmo, So Sweet So Perverse, A Quiet Place to Kill, Gaia, Brand New Cherry Flavor, Mansion of the Doomed, The Night Eats the World, and Cut and Run.


Final Guys 240 - The Medium

Our main feature this week is THE MEDIUM, a Thai Shudder exclusive about shamans and possessions. Does it rise above the other possession movies or will Jason whine during the entire episode? But first, we're reviewing Faking a Murderer, Red Snow, Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, Last Night in Soho, The Forever Purge, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, Slaxx, and Billy Silver by Daniel Volpe.


Final Guys 239 - The Best Horror of 2021

This week we're going over our favorite horror from 2021. Expect titles like Midnight Mass, Titane, Come True, Bloody Hell, Psycho Goreman, Malignant, Superhost, and a whole lot of surprises. I guarantee we're going to have some movies on here you won't expect, mostly because of Tim's picks.