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#SHB121 - Overlord

It is finally here. The Nazi-Zombie-Wolfenstein-Grindhouse hybrid we’ve waited our whole lives for. Overlord is here to grace us with it’s awesomeness. After a lot of hype; we have been known to disappoint ourselves. So can they film actually deliver the goods? You will find the answer to that question and many more on this super anticipated show. Elsewhere this week; we take a moment to honor the life of the great Stan Lee. George Romero made a film that you’ve almost definitely never seen...


#SHB120 - Slaughterhouse Rulez

We are back after a short Halloween break with a British comedy horror that hopefully serves up the laughs and scares in equal measure. Slaughterhouse Rulez reunites Simon Pegg and Nick Frost once again and tries to recapture the magic of some of their earlier films together. Does it succeed? Hear our verdict to find out. Elsewhere on the show; Syfy looks to bring back Critters and Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Leprechaun's return is sooner than we think. Netflix announce yet another...


#SHB119 - Halloween

The big one has arrived! After all the speculation and hype, all the trailers and after 40 long years; a sequel to Halloween has arrived. They should have probably done more of these films starring this Michael Myers guy but let’s not dwell on the past. Halloween is back on the big screen and ready to murder at the box office. We give our verdict on one of the most anticipated horror films of the year and hopefully we don’t anger our listeners too much. Elsewhere on this special show; John...


#SHB118 - Apostle

The final show before the big one of the month actually sees us talk about one of our most anticipated Netflix releases for the show so far. Gareth Evans is back and we are ready. Apostle sees a completely different pace and setting for the director; but promises to still bring the style and gore we know and love. It didn’t disappoint. Elsewhere this week; Pet Sematary got its first trailer so we have some early thoughts on the latest in a long line of Stephen King adaptations. Wrong Turn...


#SHB117 - Hell House LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel

Perhaps not the most talked about horror sequel available this Halloween season but one we were very excited to talk about nonetheless has arrived. What started as a listener recommendation a few months ago of the original Hell House LLC; we both watched it and really enjoyed it so this film was certainly on our radar. Let’s find out if it’s able to recapture the magic of the previous, surprisingly scary, film in the franchise. Elsewhere this week the revival of Creepshow gets two very...


#SHB116 - In Search of Darkness - The Definitive '80s Horror Documentary (discussion with filmmakers)

Something completely different for you guys to enjoy. Instead of talking about a new horror film that may or may not be good; this episode we are taking a trip down nostalgia lane to talk all about 80’s horror and what made it so special. Joining us for this special episode are Jessica Dwyer and Robin Block who are currently working on a documentary covering this very topic. We go over what the documentary is all about and what the aim of this film is as well as some general chat about what...


#SHB115 - Mandy

Spooky season is upon us! To kick off this action packed October we return with a very interesting film that sure is getting a lot of buzz within the horror community right now. Nicholas Cage. Slipknot bikers on LSD. A gory 80’s set revenge story. What could go wrong? Elsewhere on the show we discuss the exciting news of a title and release date for the sequel to Happy Death Day. Fangoria seems to have made it’s bloody return though we may be waiting a while for our copy. The Conjuring 3...


#SHB114 - Perfect Skin

SPOILER FREE DISCUSSION Oh, do we have a very special show for you guys this week. Having unfortunately missed it’s screening at FrightFest 2018; we have been lucky enough to check out a film we have been eagerly anticipating since we were first made aware of its existence. Starring the inimitable Richard Brake is Perfect Skin which features various themes and subjects including most notably tattoo culture and its portrayal to an extreme degree. A very exciting film that we hope you guys are...


#SHB113 - The Predator

The cinema horror releases never end as we continue to hit up the big screen in search of genre greatness. This week sees the return of our old friend Predator in his latest attempt to stay relevant and cause even more destruction. For a film that neither of us where particular excited for; you may be surprised with what we make of this one. Elsewhere on the show; Apostle gets a trailer and Matt is putting the hype levels into overdrive. We also have updates on Zombieland 2 which is ages...


#SHB112 - Slender Man

Being the gluttons for punishment that we are; not only did we watch one spooky film to talk about this week, we also saw a film called Slender Man. Smarter people warned us about what might happen but we decided to go against sound advice and check out one of the last screenings of this film many are calling the worst horror film of 2018. Do we agree? Let’s find out together and then never mention this film again. Elsewhere on the show; Alan Wake is getting a TV adaptation and we pray it...


#SHB111 - The Nun

Yet another big cinema release has arrived this week as we discuss the 5th entry in The Conjuring universe. Having covered two previous films in this franchise for the show; let’s just say it’s been a mixed bag so far. Will The Nun turn out to be a great film like The Conjuring 2? Or a trainwreck like Annabelle: Creation? Let’s find out! Elsewhere this week; Jordan Peele has been linked with a Candyman remake which if true would make us happy but sounds way too much like fan fiction for now....


#SHB110 - Upgrade

After many months waiting for it’s release, and after being teased with a preview at FrightFest we sadly missed; Upgrade is finally available in UK cinemas. Hurray! A film we’ve wanted to see for what seems like a decade; we try and put that aside and discuss what we actually thought of this film. Interestingly we both have fairly different thoughts on this one for a change. Elsewhere on the show we talk about the brand new trailer for Halloween which certainly gets the hype levels rising...


#SHB109 - FrightFest 2018: Day Two (Part 2/2)

Films covered: THE MOST ASSASSINATED WOMAN IN THE WORLD, LIFECHANGER, BOAR SPOILER FREE DISCUSSIONS FOR ALL FILMS This is it. The last of our special FrightFest 2018 shows. To conclude our discussion is 3 more films we saw on the Friday; in what was a fantastic two days of horror. To continue the theme of variety we saw a French noir arthouse film about a theatre horror show with maybe more than meets the eye. A Canadian indie horror about a shapeshifter that's surprisingly emotional. And...


#SHB108 - FrightFest 2018: Day Two (Part 1/2)

Films covered: FRIGHTFEST: BENEATH THE DARK HEART OF CINEMA, BRAID, PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH SPOILER FREE DISCUSSIONS FOR ALL FILMS Fresh off the heels of the last show we are back to continue our coverage of FrightFest 2018 with our second show covering the first half of the films we saw on the Friday. If that sounds confusing then strap in. First up is a documentary which covers the history of the festival itself and is a fascinating watch for newcomers and veterans alike. Next up...


#SHB107 - FrightFest 2018: Day One

Films covered: THE RANGER, SUMMER OF 84, MEGA TIME SQUAD SPOILER FREE DISCUSSIONS FOR ALL FILMS The time has finally arrived. We’ve have been to FrightFest 2018 and are back to talk all about the films we saw in our first of many FrightFest dedicated shows. This episode covers the 3 films we saw on the opening night of FrightFest starting with The Ranger. Continuing the 80’s theme next up was Summer of 84. And to end the night we got a crazy Kiwi comedy called Mega Time Squad. Over the next...


#SHB106 - The Meg

Perhaps against our better judgment; we return this week to discuss The Meg. Maybe a shark movie starring Jason Statham will be the spiritual successor to Jaws and become the next great horror franchise. Or it will be the steaming turd we feared it to be. Let’s find out together! On a lengthy news section this week we give an update on the ongoing Child’s Play remake situation that is the opposite of a gift that keeps on giving. Updates on Happy Death Day 2 and a potential sequel to Train to...


#SHB105 - Unfriended: Dark Web

*Apologies for the audio issues. Mike’s mic was abit low and we managed to salvage it the best we could in the edit. It gets better throughout the show and will be fixed for next week* After finally arriving on British shores; we are very excited to be checking out the latest offering from the social media subgenre of horror in the form of Unfriended: Dark Web. After a promising trailer we’ve wanted to see how this one panned out for a while and know we’ve seen it; it’s time to give you the...


#SHB104 - The Cured

We continue the trend of seeing British films the last few weeks as we take a trip to Ireland for some zombie action as we discuss The Cured. With an amazingly interesting concept; this film has been on our radar for a while and we are excited to finally check it out. Let’s see if it lives up to our expectations. Elsewhere on this week’s show; we preview an insane month ahead as August contains four cinema horror releases as well our favourite time of year, FrightFest. We give our spoiler...


#SHB103 - Habit

From Scotland to England; we are back to discuss a rather strange film set in the seedy nightlife of Manchester. Habit is a intriguing tale of one misfit’s journey into a world he never knew existed. Lots of interesting stuff to go over with this film that just arrived a few weeks ago. Elsewhere on the show we discuss the first trailer for Glass and get excited for hopefully another great M. Night Shyamalan film. Answer some Twitter fan questions about great practical effects in horror and...


#SHB102 - Calibre

With a quiet period currently in horror we take the time to go back and watch a film we missed from last month; Calibre. A British Netflix horror film? We’re in. We have a great discussion on this film as we talk about the merit of a good slow burn and what it means to stay true to a vision all the way till the end. Elsewhere on the show, Stranger Things 3 gets teased and Shudder gets our hopes up with a potential Creepshow TV series. Let’s hope this one actually happens. R.I.P Tales from...