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Dylan Ferguson, Sheldon Kilcullen, William O'Donnell and guests discuss, dissect, and debate horror movies. Each episode digs into a different subgenre, series, or style of flicks. We reappraise underseen or underrated gems, and (over-)analyze films from unusual angles. Sometimes we get into fights. Various expert guests will appear to provide context and vaunt their particular obsessions. For early access to episodes, consider supporting us on Patreon!
 
Dead Air Horror Podcast brings you horror movie reviews from a dark basement in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Follow us on splatterpictures.net! Wes 'Dead Air' Knipe and Lydia ‘typicallydia’ Peever hit classics and contemporary films, recording moments after watching them. You can listen here so if there is a movie you think we should watch, drop us a line! #horror #movie #reviews #ottawa #horrormovies #horrortube #film #podcast
 
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Dylan and Will are joined by Nick Wolfe to discuss the haunting silent films that emerged from Sweden and Denmark between 1917 and 1922, including Häxan and The Phantom Carriage. Featuring interviews with film professor Anne Bachmann, theologian Patrik Hagman, and Häxan-expert Richard Baxtrom, we also explore the world that produced these movies, d…
 
It's double take time! on this episode we're exploring the 2006 remake of The Hills Have Eyes!In the early 2000s - remakes were becoming a massive trend. They were modernized for the times which meant bigger, darker, more graphic than ever before. This film is no exception. Nearly the exact same plot with the brutality turned up to 11!…
 
The second half of a two-part season premiere investigating the Friday the 13th movies. Dr. Stella Castelli of the University of Zurich drops by to explain why Freddy vs. Jason is really a vaudeville double-act, while Dylan, Sheldon, and Will dissect and debate all the Jason movies from Part VI: Jason Lives right up until the 2009 remake. Discussio…
 
The first half of our epic deep-dive into the entire Friday the 13th franchise. Featuring an interview with Dr. Michael Smith, an expert on the history of American summer camps, the Season 2 premiere sees Dylan, Sheldon, and Will analyzing, debating, and ranking Fridays 1 through 5 while also investigating the Siskel-and-Ebert-led backlash against …
 
You wanted to hear something different but, something different heard you!Episode 178 of Dead Air brings us the undisputed classic;The Hills Have Eyes.The Carter family is crossing the desert on a family vacation. There off the beaten path they find themselves in a God-forsaken area where the military has done extensive weapons testing.In a freak a…
 
We know we shouldn't listen to this episode of Dead Air but it feels good when we do it. For episode 177 of the show we discuss the 1979 cult classic, Tourist Trap! Molly and her friends run in to a small bit of bizarre car trouble and end up at The Hidden Oasis. A run down little swimmin' hole with a wax museum attraction. The owner is a lonely ol…
 
You're invited to the perfect weekend with the perfect family. On episode 176 of Dead Air we're discussing the 2011 slasher film You're Next!A rare family get together of the affluent Davisons should be cause for celebration. Especially considering its the 35th wedding anniversary for the heads of the household. However, old wounds still fester and…
 
We know you LOVE to listen. Never fear, Dead Air is always open! in episode 175 we discuss the 2018 film Open 24 Hours!Mary is a young woman just two weeks out of prison. her crime? setting fire to notorious serial killer James Lincoln Field's. A man who just happened to be her boyfriend at the time. A new start and a new job is all Mary is looking…
 
Bare your fangs and hope aboard this Nazi boat of doom! Today Dead Air 174 talks about the 2020 film; Blood Vessel!A rag-tag group of survivors drifting in the ocean during the death throws of World War 2, come across the only salvation they've seen in days. An enemy German ship. Much to their luck and surprise the vessel seems to be abandoned. As …
 
DEAD AIR is back and the whole towns on Edge! 1988's Edge Of The Axe, that is! Gerald is a cool kid with keen knowledge of computers. Lillian is a small town girl with a fascination for tech. It should be a summer of love but instead bodies start piling up along with a ridiculous amount of soda cans.…
 
Dylan, Sheldon, and Will delve deep into 1973's The Exorcist, and argue about the various sequels they love and hate. To help provide some fascinating context for the original classic film, theologian Dr. Bernard Doherty drops by to explain how it fits into the backlash against the Vatican II reforms in the Catholic Church, while cultural scientist…
 
For the tenth installment of Mind Over Splatter, we decided to do our first video episode (currently available on YouTube!) and play a drinking game involving some of our favourite movies to celebrate. Dylan, Sheldon, and Will unveil their number-one horror film of every decade, while trying to guess one another's secrets picks, and debating the ma…
 
Dylan, Sheldon, and Will chat bugs, with a special guest appearance by renowned bee expert and author Mark L. Winston. We break down strange and unique creepy-crawly flicks from 1974-1978, including Phase IV, Squirm, and The Swarm, while also discussing their cultural contexts, taking you into some entertaining corners of film history. Plus, with a…
 
Dylan, Sheldon, and guest Sean O'Rourke dig deep into the mythology of The Purge. We break down each of the four movies, scrutinizing their themes for how they reflect and interpret the current events dominating American discourse in the years of their releases. Plus, of course, we judge and rank them. An episode rich in politics, contemporary issu…
 
Dylan and William are joined by author and film professor David Annandale to discuss Japanese giant monster movies. The three committed kaiju geeks unveil their top-10 lists one entry at a time, while debating the merits of recent Godzilla films, analyzing peculiar Gamera entries, and singing the praises of lesser-known gems like Dogora and Yog Mon…
 
Dylan, Sheldon, and William discuss the entire Halloween franchise chronologically, from start to finish, ranking the films separately as they go. We weigh the various filmmakers' approaches, break down the meanings and the cultural contexts behind different turns the movies took, and get into heated, half-drunken arguments over the merits of oddit…
 
Dylan and William are joined by special guest Nicholas Wolfe to chat David Cronenberg. We've each prepared a list of our top-5 favourite Crone films, kept secret from one another, and we reveal the picks one at a time while counting up towards the best works from the Canadian master of psychologically-complex body-horror. We penetrate deep into the…
 
Dylan, Sheldon, and Will discuss and spar over some of their favourite horror anthology films, including Creepshow, Tales from the Hood, Spirits of the Dead, and many more. Along the way, we appraise Miike, Bava, King, and Fellini, while trying to pin down the elements that make for a truly great anthology flick. Lots of fun recommendations to be f…
 
Dylan, Sheldon, and special guest Sean O'Rourke dissect big-killer-animal flicks from 1995-1999, including Anaconda, Deep Blue Sea, Lake Placid, and the profoundly insane Congo. We try to develop a theory of why there was a boom in big-budget natural-horror at that historical moment, discuss the unexpected writers behind these screenplays, and lear…
 
Dylan, Sheldon, and William break down some recent horror (or horror-ish) movies, diving deep into the chilling Saint Maud, the zany PG: Psycho Goreman, and the mid-numbing strangeness of Possessor. We speculate if these very unique releases can tell us anything about the state of horror in 2020 and beyond.…
 
In the début episode of this new podcast about horror movies, Dylan Ferguson, Sheldon Kilcullen, and William O'Donnell have prepared lists of their Top-10 favourite slasher films, but kept them a secret from one another. We reveal our picks, working our way up from 10 to 1, while sparring over what's the best Friday the 13th, Scream, and Nightmare …
 
Welcome! No you haven't just tuned in to Transylvania's cable access show! Dead Air has a special Halloween treat for you listeners! We discuss the 2013 film WNUF Halloween Special! A mysterious viewer pops in a VHS tape of a long lost recording of local news station WNUF's Halloween Special. (complete with commercials) That took place in 1987. The…
 
Friend of the podcast Matt Schorr joins us again, this time to talk about his newest comic project Monster Hunter For Hire as well as talk about his favorite Halloween activities and how he's been keeping up the creep in quarantine--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/splatter-chatter/supportSplatter Chatter
 
This episode of Dead Air will Prey on your fears! We tackle the 1984 film The Prey!A group of camping adventurers head out to North Point in the Keen Wild national forest. Unbeknownst to them a wild man, long forgotten has staked out his territory at North Point and will kill any intruders. The campers are in the mood for love, sunbathing and rock …
 
This week’s guest is Mark Bouchard, the writer of It Took Luke, a horror graphic novella, currently on Kickstarter. I’ve seen a few pages of this book so far and I cannot wait to check out the rest. The monsters in this thing are out of this world. I backed this project pretty quickly and I encourage you to do the same. The campaign runs through Oc…
 
This week we’ve got the return of Frank Martin, the writer of Modern Testament, a slew of prose stories, and Macabre Motel, currently on Kickstarter. I got an early look at this new one-shot and it’s some pretty creepy stuff. Big Twilight Zone energy. The Kickstarter campaign for Macabre Motel runs through October 29th so you still have plenty of t…
 
I’m digging back into my treasure trove of lost episodes for you this week. This was a conversation with Adrian and Damian Wassel from Vault Comics I recorded about a year ago. Yes, I’m very timely. The chat is still super relevant, especially looking at what Vault has done since then. This was recorded just as Nightfall, their annual horror imprin…
 
Piggybacking on last week’s episode with Marissa Louise where we did a deep dive into coloring, I’ve got another chunk of knowledge for you today with my guest, DC Hopkins. We dig into lettering as a whole, working as part of AndWorld Design, his approach to horror comics, and much more. After reading comics all my life, I love that I can still lea…
 
As I’m getting back into the swing of things, I’ve unearthed a previously “lost” interview. This was a podcast I recorded with colorist Marissa Louise last year. You might know her work from comics like Hex Wives, Grumble, and Stranger Things: Six. This was a fascinating discussion as we dig into Marissa’s process, how she selects colors for a spec…
 
Beware the Madman Marz! For episode 170 of The Dead Air Podcast! we head into the woods, sit by the campfire and stir the embers of legend! A seemingly idyllic thanksgiving weekend getaway for gifted children turns to a night of horror as the elder Max tells tale of the Legend of Madman Marz! A massive and brutal killer that massacred his entire fa…
 
What is this? A podcast? That's right, folks! Funny Book Splatter is BACK! I am your host James Ferguson. Did you miss me? I sure missed you. After a hiatus that lasted more than a year, the horror comics podcast brought to you by Horror DNA is back for more and I've got a big one for you. After being gone for that long, it would have to be somethi…
 
We're here. We're hungry. We'll eat you alive. Who can stop us? After a long Hiatus DEAD AIR is back with the 1978 fish tale; Piranha!Skiptracer (yeah, it's a job) Maggie is hot on the trail of two missing teens that took a dip in a secret military base, as teens are wont to do. With the help of a Grizzly Adams type named Paul as her guide they unc…
 
In our seventy-fifth episode we discuss the 1898 horror novella "Turn of the Screw", recently adapted for the big screen and soon to be Mike Flanagan's next Netflix, horror series.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/splatter-chatter/supportSplatter Chatter
 
Twas the Night before Christmas and all through the net, Not a creature was asking for what would come next. A film from the 80s, where slashing would happen. With copious amounts of beer and boob grabbing. The girls were all horny, the dudes well equipped, with Santa suits and very hard dicks. Being unaware that years prior, a young girl died from…
 
Sorry Jack! Dead Airs Back! After a little hiatus we're back and ready to discuss the 1988 horror classic; Child's Play! Andy is a typical, sugar sucking, spoiled, 80's kid. A kid deep in the woods on the Good Guy's franchise. The latest toy in the craze is a talking Doll. Moving head, blinking eyes, Three phrases, this doll's got everything!Howeve…
 
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