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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 92 - Happy Death Day 2U

Since Happy Death Day surprised all of us when it dropped last year, we wanted to relive the experience with HAPPY DEATH DAY 2U. Can the Blumhouse sequel live up to the first one or is this just another crappy sequel? Our weekly horror reviews are Polar, Night of the Comet, The Hole in the Ground, The Man Who Killed Hilter and the Bigfoot, Ear Buds: The Podcasting Documentary, Elevation by Stephen King, and The Fireman by Joe Hill.


Final Guys 91 - My Bloody Valentine 1981 VS 2009

For Valentine's Day, we decided to tag team the original My Bloody Valentine (1981) and the remake My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009). Does the original hold up or is this the rare instance where a remake is actually better? Our weekly horror reviews include Memoirs of an Invisible Man, The Punisher Season 2, Ruined (The Hunger #4) by The Douche.


Final Guys 90 - Velvet Buzzsaw

Another week, another Netflix original horror. This week we sliced into VELVET BUZZSAW. Does the movie live up to its stellar cast or is it a cut below the rest of the genre? Our weekly horror reviews include Suspiria (2018), Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse, Witchtrap, Homecoming, Mara, Sunshine, and Who Goes There by John W. Campbell.


Final Guys 89 - Leprechaun Returns

Because we watch too many good movies for the show, we decided to cleanse our palettes with LEPRECHAUN RETURNS. Can a Leprechaun film without Warwick Davis be as fun as the others? Our weekly horror reviews include Castle Freak, Annihilation, Unbreakable, Glass, Hellfest, Channel Zero, Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama, Full Wolf Moon by Lincoln Child, and The Woods are Dark by Richard Laymon.


Final Guys 88 - Glass

M. Night Shayamalan returns to Final Guys with GLASS, the joint sequel of Unbreakable and Split. Does the M. Night redemption arc continue or is this just another Happening. Our weekly staff reviews include Unfriended: Dark Web, Ghost Stories, Unbreakable, Night of the Living Deb, Dead or Alive, The Interior, and Bring Her Back by Jeff Strand.


Final Guys 87 - Bird Box

We're back in the swing of things. This week we're tackling the meme of the year, and also a horror movie - BIRD BOX. Does it live up to the hype or is everyone blind to this one? That was terrible. Someone send help. Our weekly staff picks include Split, What Keeps You Alive, Unsane, The Stuff, God Told Me To, King Cohen, Observance, I Think We're Alone Now, Humanoids from the Deep, The Evil Within 2, and Black Wings by Megan Hart.


Final Guys 86 - Best Horror of 2018

For our first episode of 2019, we're looking back at our favorite horror movies, shows, and books of the year. Along with the expected favorites of Hereditary, A Quiet Place, and Halloween, you can expect several surprises.


Final Guys 85 - You Might be the Killer and All the Creatures Were Stirring

For our last episode of 2018, we wanted a double feature and dove into YOU MIGHT BE THE KILLER and ALL THE CREATURES WERE STIRRING. Do these Shudder exclusives live up to the hype? Or are they DOA? Our weekly staff picks include Anna and the Apocalypse, Terrified, All the Creatures Were Stirring, Christmas Evil, The Devil's Pass, Welcome Home, Venom, and FantasticLand by Mike Bockoven.


Final Guys 84 - The Clovehitch Killer

With 2018 winding down, we thought all the best horror movies had already released this year. But the buzz around The Clovehitch Killer caught our attention. Does it live up to the hype or are our lists already carved into flesh stone? Our weekly staff picks are The First Purge, Slice, Possum, One Dark Night, Deadwax, The Lift, Embrace of the Vampire.


Final Guys 83 - Upgrade

As we round out our Top Horror Movies of the Year lists, we're rushing to get in some flicks we didn't watch earlier in 2018. One of those movies is UPGRADE, another Blumhouse project, from Leigh Whannell. Does Blumhouse get another movie in our tep ten lists, or is this one in need of an upgrade? (That was terrible.) Our weekly staff picks are Terrifier, The Night Eats the World, Terrified, The Visitor, All the Creatures were Stirring, Elizabeth Harvest, Predator, Big Legend, and The...


Final Guys 82 - CAM

Now that we're fat from the holidays, we thought we'd Netflix and chill this week with the new original CAM. Is it as entertaining as a real cam show or is it another disappointment from the streaming giant? Our weekly staff picks are Still/Born, Overlord, CHUD, The Hills Have Eyes, Dinners of Death, Trench 11.


Final Guys 81 - ThanksKilling

For our special Thanksgiving episode, we dove headfirst into the dregs of the genre with THANKSKILLING, the infamous movie about a talking, murderous turkey. Please send help. Our weekly staff picks consists of Terrortory, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Phantasm, Don't Hang Up, Time Trap, Look Away, and Elevation by Stephen King.


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.