Nicki, Tommy, and Alex talk about their various experiences with Jordan Peele's "Us" and the 2019 remake of Pet Semetary. We also answer some listener questions and define different versions of the word zaddy.
Tommy, Nicki, and Alex discuss the finer points of watching Nazi puppets murder people cracking jokes in Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich. We follow it up by looking forward in 2019. NOTE: The audio is rough for the first 15 minutes or so but gets fixed.
Join FMP and their newest member, Nicki H to investigate two late 2018 releases whose similarities spark a lively conversation about the values of remaking classic horror films, and imitation versus interpretation.
Listen in as we explore a smear of scary tales from the second installment of the VHS franchise, as well as Michael Dougherty's "Trick 'r' Treat." Tips to having fun with horror and an impossible tangle of tangents--too much for one blurb to handle, just check it out!
Dive into Clive Barker's adapted masterpiece "Hellraiser" as we continue our discussion on movie franchises in the Horror genre. We touch on remakes, Shark flicks, and Krasinski's "A Quiet Place" to ask: Where would the template for modern Hollywood movie-making be without horror? Fear/less to find out!
Season Two of The FMP is here. We're looking at the topic of Cult Horror Franchises on the big screen--the ones that worked, the ones that didn't, and what they did. The crew is back and swinging, making bold claims and signing for them...in blood!
2016's South Korean smash hit "Train to Busan" has caught the eyes, hearts and guts of viewers across the world. Listen here for a conversation about all of the unsuspecting virtues that made this film standout.
Listen in as we discuss The Great John Carpenter, Masters of Horror, and some other fun Holiday titles. The group focuses down on "Cigarette Burns" to illustrate the concept performative viewing and to highlight the importance of being an active audience member in the post-modern horror world. Its another Happy Halloween from Fearless Movie Podcast.
Caution: A French Canadian dystopia flick has captured the hearts of three of our hosts. Join Alex, Ezra, and Tommy as they breakdown a fun indy film from with a retro feel. Turbo Kid (2015), is Tomorrow-Land gone to hell... a specific hell where blood is mined for water. (yep, you read that right!) So we'll cross platforms and mediums, digging at, and into, works from all over the modern movie landscape, as we bring this film to light. Mind your head--this one's a blast!
The Midnight Movie Crew is back, and this time things get serious. Follow us down the rabbit hole as we talk about genre-jumping, violence in film, realism, and Rottweilers; all over the tall glass of WTF juice that is Jeremy Saulnier's brutal film "Green Room".
An historic theater, a ground meat movie, and a lingering stink! This episode disembowels and inspects the buzz following Canadian (of all places!) horror film, "The Void" Meet a couple of new voices and join us on this throwback, flash-forward episode from the midnight crew at Fearless Movie Podcast.
Holy Toledo we're back! Italy, 1977, discussing everything from Argento and his Godfathers of Gore, to Hitchcock; as well as the bloody journey of 'giallo' film and the golden age of horror. We'll wrap things up with a no-spoilers review of Jordan Peele's Get Out.
Happy Holidays from Fearless Movie Podcast! This episode brings you some Christmas candy and a little Devil's brandy. With the recent release of Rob Zombie's 31, we decided to take a look at the early films of this heavy metal rock star-turned horror movie monarch. This retrospective calls out all the flaws and fancies of the two movies that put Zombie on the map: House of 1,000 Corpses & The Devil's Rejects. We even throw in some thoughts on 31.
Swan diving into our second selection of Autumn's spookiest films, we the Fearless look to conquer "Creepshow " (1982). A super-team of horror greats bring this fun anthology to life. So listen in and laugh along, casuse this film is one for the books... The comic books, that is!