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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 59 - Sir Noface and Bad Ben - Mandela Effect

We double dipped horror movies this week with the ghost-hunter documentary SIR NOFACE and the uber-indie flick BAD BEN - THE MANDELA EFFECT. Are ghosts real? And can Nigel Bach keep the BAD BEN train rolling at high speed?


Final Guys 58 - Hereditary

One of the most anticipated horror movies of the year, Hereditary, finally crept into theaters. A24 has a strong track record of releasing good films, but does this one hold up? Our weekly horror curation consists of Hotel Artemis, Humanoids from the Deep, Totem, American Bigfoot, No One Lives, Unsane, and The Quiet Earth.


Final Guys 57 - Cargo

We jumped back into the Netflix pool this week to check out the zombie flick CARGO. Yeah, we're all sick of zombies, but this one just might rise above the crappy crowd. Our weekly horror curation consists of Dracula ('79), All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, The Unwonted Sasquatch, Bad Match, Pet, Another Kind, The Alchemist Cookbook, Sequence Break, and Disappearance at Devil's Rock by Paul Tremblay.


Final Guys #56 - Deadpool 2

This week we checked in on the arthouse film DEADPOOL 2. With a larger budget and even bigger expectations, does it live up to the first? Our weekly horror curation consists of The Alchemist Cookbook, Solo, Leviathan: The Story of Hellraiser (PT. 1), The Wrong Man, The Sand, Rawhead Rex, Mausoleum, Killing Eve, and Tarantula (1955).


Final Guys 55: Revenge

We dished out a little Revenge this week, the Shudder exclusive. The film has received a lot of hype, but does it live up to the sky-high expectations? Our weekly horror curation consists of Here Alone, Plus One, The Disappearance of Sydney Hall, You Were Never Really Here, Desolation, Sasquatch, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Psycho 2, Deadpool 2, and Invasion of the Chupacabras by Raegan Butcher.


Final Guys 54: Tremors - A Cold Day in Hell

Someone thought it would be a good idea to review Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell. So we did. No one can say that we don't sacrifice for our love of horror. Our weekly horror curation consists of The Night Watchmen, Tales from the Hood, Bad Match, The Hitman's Bodyguard, Encounter with the Unknown, Tremors, Baywatch, Unbury Carol by Josh Malerman, and Ararat by Christopher Golden.


Final Guys 53: Pyewacket

When a mom and daughter fight, and black magic is involved, you're left with Pyewacket. This week's new indie film has struck a chord with some people, but does it hold up? Our weekly horror curation consists of Radius, #Screamers, TerrorVision, Halloween H20, I Didn't Come Here to Die, Deep Blue Sea 2, and Monster by A. Lee Martinez.


Final Guys 52: Avengers: Infinity War - Spoiler-Free First Half

We decided to track down a theater in search of a little indie film no one has ever heard of... Avengers: Infinity War. Small budget, small expectations. Our weekly horror curation consists of Fire in the Sky, Operation Avalanche, M.F.A., Cold Skin, Demon Wind, Wildling, Dark Hollow Road by Pamela Morris, and The Bear Who Wouldn't Leave by J.H. Moncrief.


Final Guys 51: Pontypool

We're going back a few years this week to talk about the pseudo-zombie film PONTYPOOL. Yeah, that's a weird name. If you're looking for a unique spin on the zombie genre, this could fit the bill. Our weekly horror curation this week consists of Midnight Meat Train, Tourist Trap, Bad Batch, Truth or Dare, Tragedy Girls, Cabin Fever 2, Justice League, Evidence, Terrifier and Final Girls.


Final Guys 50: The Thing

For our fiftieth episode, we decided to revisit the big daddy of the genre... THE THING. The Jon Carpenter film bombed on release, but found a massive following later on. Does it hold up after all these years? Our weekly horror curation consists of The Forest, Lost in Space, X-Files, Witch Hunt, Tom Riley - Paranormal Investigator, Dredd, Blade, Channel Zero, Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Sharkwater Beach by Tim Meyer, and Nameless.


Final Guys 49: A Quiet Place

The crew braved the wild crowds this week to watch one of the most anticipated horror releases of the year... A QUIET PLACE. Did it live up to the hype or did the audience fall silent? That was terrible. Our weekly horror curation consists of Into the Grizzly Maze, Backcountry, Autopsy of Jane Doe, Halloween H20, The Love Witch, Swamp Ape, The X-Files, Channel Zero, I, Madman, Ararat by Christopher Golden, and Lost Homicidal Maniac by Jeff Strand.


Final Guys 48: Let Me In

We went all the way back to the elder times of 2010 to watch LET ME IN, which just dropped on Netflix. Does it hold up? And how does it compare to the original, LET THE RIGHT ONE IN? Our weekly horror curation consists of The Santa Clarita Diet, Residue, Tenebrae, Total Recall, Pyewacket, Personal Shopper, Bullet Head, Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, The Terror, Bitch Planet, and Stranded by Bracken Macleod.


Final Guys 47: The Fog

We decided it was finally time to give John Carpenter some love by reviewing the 1980 classic THE FOG. Where does this movie sit in the pantheon of Carpenter films for you? Our weekly curation consists of Surveillance, The Monster Project, Wild Wild Country, The Strangers Prey at Night, Pacific Rim: Uprising, Atomic Blonde, Thor Ragnarok, Return of the Exorcists, Ash vs Evil Dead, and Bitch Planet.


Final Guys 46: Veronica

Hailed as the scariest movie on Netflix, Veronica is an exclusive film to the streaming service that is taking the horror world by storm. But does it live up to the hype? Our weekly horror curation consisted of Cold Hell, Wild Wild Country, #fromjennifer, Day of the Dead (2018), The Rift, The Poughkeepsie Tapes, Power Rangers, Return of the Exorcists, Jessica Jones, Stranded by Bracken Macleod, and Single White Psychopath Seeks Same by Jeff Strand.


Final Guys 45: Annihilation

Because of Jack's advancing age and Hunter's porn contract, we had to bring in a Final Girl this week to help us review ANNIHILATION! Complex, deep, and wildly unpopular, the new Natalie Portman vehicle is sure to split audiences. Our weekly horror curation consisted of The Core, Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl, Nemesis, and Executive Decision.


Final Guys 44: Dead Shack

This week we hacked our way through the Shudder exclusive film, DEAD SHACK! Our weekly horror curation consisted of Coherence, Chris Claremont's X-Men, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Lust of the Vampire Girls, Awaken the Shadowman, Altered Carbon, Night of the Something Strange, Jeepers Creepers 3, Devil's Gate, Veronica, The Shape of Water, and The Lodger by Marie Belloc-Lowndes.


Final Guys 43: Mute

Things got a bit wonky during the recording of this episode because we're switching recording methods, so bear with us during any noise and other nonsense. Not that it matters much because this week we're talking MUTE the new Netflix original dud. Our curation for the week included Patchwork, Digging Up the Marrow, Threads, Curse of the Man Who Sees UFOs, Radius, Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri, Killing Ground, All I See is You, and Down from Beast Mountain by Gerry Griffiths.


Final Guys 42: 8MM

Our second Staff Picks episode is the 1998 film 8MM. If you haven't seen it, grab a drink first and be prepared to take a long, scalding shower after it's over. With an all-star cast including Nicholas Cage, James Gandolfini, Peter Stormare, Joaquin Phoenix, and Catherine Keener, this Joel Schumacher film doesn't have any Batman nipples, but it has a lot of chills. Panned by critics during its release, this film has gained a cult-classic status and it's well deserved.


Final Guys 41: Tragedy Girls

2018 started with a whimper in the genre, but when TRAGEDY GIRLS strikes, things suddenly are looking up! An outstanding cast and production team have this smallish movie already grabbing at a top ten spot for the year. Our weekly curation consisted of The Gate, The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh, Batman vs Two Face, Lego Batman, Black Panther, and Graverobbers Wanted (No Experience Necessary) by Jeff Strand.


Final Guys 40: Tales from the Crypt - Demon Knight

For our first Curator's Choice episode, we traipsed back to 1995 for the cult-classic film Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight! Directed by Ernest Dickerson and starring Billy Zane, William Sadler, Jada Pinkett Smith, Dick Miller, and Thomas Haden Church, Demon Knight grinds its all-star cast to a bloody pulp. Releasing right before the outbreak of terrible CG in horror films, Demon Knight boasts some outstanding practical FX throughout. Check it out!