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This week we double your Steve intake. You get regular old generic Steve and we add Premium Steve Rudzinski the writer, director, lead actor et al of the newly released Amityville Christmas Vacation. Brian and Meg are also there. We talk about some of our favorite parts of this movie, the origins and inspirations for the Wally Griswold character, a…
 
This week Louie from the Haunted Hangover joins Brian and Steve to talk about their favorite scenes and movies in horror involving food. They drop their top 10 instances of stomach turning meals. Deadly desserts to carnivorous casseroles; did your favorite meals make the menu? The episode spans from the most grisly, gruesome grub to the lighter far…
 
Don't get your hopes up. We're not watching the infinitely better Hellraiser sequel of the same name. No our suffering must be more exquisite. It's a punishment episode, and Brian has control. He unleashes his favorite childhood christofascist copaganda HELLBOUND. Starring Chuck Norris and directed by a less famous Norris. The tale of one hard nose…
 
Take a trip back in time with Brian, Meg, and Steve as they fight it out to determine what's the best Universal Monster Movie The Invisible Man Returns (1940) vs Dracula (1931) vs The Invisible Man (1933) Does Mr. October (Steve) still have all his winning powers in November? Will he be the first 3 peat champion of Halloween is Forever? Will Steve'…
 
Happy Halloween, mutants! Let's talk about the most talked about horror film of October, if not all of 2022. It's Damien Leone's Terrifier 2. Art the Clown is back, and boy o' boy does the rascal get into some hijinks on this go round. We talk about Art's cartoonish evolution through David Howard Thornton, why we're laughing when everyone else is p…
 
An extra early Bonus Episode for you this spooky Halloween. Brian, Meg and Steve pay worship to Moloch the Greed Owl and talk about their favorite Halloween Commercials all the way from the 1980s and 1990s. It's full of Beerwolves, fast food, monsters, bad acting and scam lines. Take a trip down memory lane or peer into a past you didn't experience…
 
Shudder has decided to feed us again with another entry in their found footage anthology series. This time the filmmakers are tackling all the pre-2000 pitfalls of American life; Jackass wannabe skate videos, Y2K panic rituals, sloppy game shows, skull biting, and the lack of cell phones. No mention of Sony MiniDiscs, though. The true lost medium. …
 
This week watched the end of an era. The third film in the HallowGreen trilogy, Halloween Ends. It's so big we need as many podcasters as there are writers on the film; so we invited Anthony from They Called This A Movie to help us take down Michael Myers. How does this final installment fair? Does it fall short of Halloween Kills? Surpass Hallowee…
 
The continued reign of Mr. October, Steve, brings us to this week's punishment films. Born of Southwest Pennsylvania, the minds of Steve Rudzinski and Aleen Isley, and a bunch friends horsin' around. CarousHELL and its sequel follow mane character Duke, an inanimate but sentient and also magical unicorn ... with a taste for blood. The first film is…
 
It's the return of the John Carpenter Wheel of Death ... this time with the good movies! It's: Assault on Precinct 13 (1976) vs Halloween (1978) vs The Thing (1982) Steve once again enters October as champion, but is beholden to the random chaos of the wheel. Can he defend against the biggest gun in the Master of Horror's portfolio? Brian goes into…
 
Fall may have just started, but this week we're sprung. Gonna pull up tough, because we noticed these butts were stuffed. This week we're looking, respectfully, at the best butts in horror films. Donkers, wagons, booties; guy butts, lady butts, they butts, monster butts and murderous butts. They're all on the table. These notable ASSets in notable …
 
**Spoy Luh Hers** If you haven't seen this movie, and don't want to get it spoiled for you don't listen. It's a movie worth seeing blind. If you don't care and want to hear the good Zac Efron and booby jokes, hit play. We're talking about the feature debut of Zach Cregger, BARBARIAN (if you participate in Miss March erasure which Steve doesn't.) Fr…
 
It's punishment, and we're talking religious horror. CW: Lots of talk of the Catholic church and all the baggage with that, how astrology is stupid, and Meg's lurid art. Be aware if you think those things may upset you, or if you're Roger Ebert and hate this movie. We're talking the most 90s horror non-horror as Gabriel Byrne tries to save Patricia…
 
Warn your priest! Call Tipper Gore! Send the PTC a letter about how rad we are, because we're going into full Satanic Panic mode: Prince of Darkness (1987) vs The Omen (1976) vs Rosemary's Baby (1968) Meg defends her strap in the name of the Morning Star, getting 2 wins, and heading into the all important October Showdown. Brian can reclaim gold if…
 
Bonus minisode for the month as we creep ever closer to Spooky Season and our Satamber Showdown. This week we're watching a prequel 13 years in the making, ORPHAN FIRST KILL. How does a prequel handle the issue of its partner film being so predicated on a twist? It doesn't, and just makes its own wild ass twist. But if you watched these films chron…
 
This week we have a guest on. It's Drew West from surf horrorpunk band, Drew and The Blue and also The Horrornauts. Drew even got to pick the movie and he chose the punker splatterfest The Return of the Living Dead. Our second Dan O'Bannon film this month also makes sense as this and Lifeforce were released in the same year. Lots of talk of music t…
 
Finally, Brian, Meg and Steve were able to see the latest hit from Jordan Peele, NOPE. A SPOILER HEAVY episode this week. This latest film dripping in subtext about the Hollywood system is driven by the character performances of Keke Palmer, Daniel Kaluuya, and Steven Yeun. Get ready for UFO lore and more, while Meg shares a wild story that ties in…
 
Last week's episode ended in a cliffhanger with an undecided champion. Tune in now for the thrilling conclusion and find out "Who is Champ?" Whoever champ is though, they were benevolent and rather than a punishment movie decided to we should all watch Tobe Hooper's space vampire epic LIFEFORCE. The film that dares to go to space, have giant practi…
 
These aren't your great-grandparents from the old country's vampyrs, it's our Non-Traditional Vampire showdown: Martin (1976) vs Let The Right One In (2008) vs Near Dark (1987) Steve is the current title holder, but who will become the King/Queen of the Vampires? Meg is out to needle home the razor fine points of her film, but does Pittsburgh homer…
 
These aren't your great-grandparents from the old country's vampyrs, it's our Non-Traditional Vampire showdown: Martin (1976) vs Let The Right One In (2008) vs Near Dark (1987) Steve is the current title holder, but who will become the King/Queen of the Vampires? Meg is out to needle home the razor fine points of her film, but does Pittsburgh homer…
 
This week the HiF gang is quarantining. Not because the movie they're talking about is about a contagious virus, but because they all got the ronies. Instead of seeing Nope like all the cool kids, they spin the wheel of Tubi Roulette and wound up with another Steven Yeun film, Mayhem. The Walking Dead star plays opposite of Samara Weaving (Ready or…
 
This week we're joined by special guest Brian "Sikes" Howe of Start the Beat Podcast and many bands, hereon known as Brian Junior. He brings street cred with stories of managing a Blockbuster and having watched this week's film on VHS. We talk Brad Anderson's SESSION 9, the psychological thriller that was a shot in the arm to David Caruso's career …
 
A film 65 Million years minus 7 months in the making, Roger Corman's CARNOSAUR made us all believe dinosaurs could be puppets. Long before The Asylum and Wish.com, Corman was the master of the cheap knockoff. He filled his first-to-market dino flick with jabs and nods to Jurassic Park. Listen in as extra inebriated hosts Brian, Meg, and Steve do th…
 
Exercise your freedom to listen to the most awesome horror movie podcast in America and enjoy our Remakes and ReImaginations episode. It's . . . Crimes of the Future (2022) vs The Blob (1988) vs Cape Fear (1991) Brian celebrated his championship reign last week at the Live Show; Garfield suit, Dragula theme song, and all. He's 1-0 on the year. Will…
 
Exercise your freedom to listen to the most awesome horror movie podcast in America and enjoy our Remakes and ReImaginations episode. It's . . .Crimes of the Future (2022) vs The Blob (1988) vs Cape Fear (1991) Brian celebrated his championship reign last week at the Live Show; Garfield suit, Dragula theme song, and all. He's 1-0 on the year. Will …
 
Super Duper Special Episode as Brian, Meg and Steve take on their first LIVE show from Hop Farm Brewing in Pittsburgh, PA. They celebrate the release of the May Queen beer, a collaboration brew between Hop Farm, Pink Boots Society, Caiti from Coven Brewing and Meg herself. Then the gang talks about Ari Aster's film Midsommar the inspiration for the…
 
A special two-part episode for all the boils and ghouls where Brian, Meg and Steve get to talk to the director of THE SADNESS, Rob Jabbaz all the way from Taiwan. This part involves a lot more about the inspiration for the film The Sadness and how it builds upon Garth Ennis' CROSSED, the SCREWFLY SOLUTION, and THE FOG. Plus Rob gives insight into t…
 
A special two-part episode for all the boils and ghouls where Brian, Meg and Steve get to talk to the director of THE SADNESS, Rob Jabbaz all the way from Taiwan. They get to know Rob's beginnings in animation, moving from Canada, and his influences in Western and Asian cinema. Rob also talks about his connections to A SERBIAN FILM and how he relat…
 
Turning bogwater into lemonade through alcohol. . . This week Brian gets his revenge for his championship win by inflicting the Milwaukee Retirement Community's Production of "BOG." A film from 1979 about the harms drunk fishermen bring on small town ecology, and the scientists who love each other. If you suspect you have a dracula in your town, co…
 
Happy Pod Birth to Us! We kick off Year 2 with a showdown of monstrous proportions. So monstrous, it's in two parts. Monster of the Deep is:Piranha 3D (2010) vs. The Host (2005) vs. Deep Blue Sea (1999) Steve is walking in as the final champ of Year 1 and plans on extending his reign. Will he turn this showdown into a bloodbath or be left without a…
 
Happy Pod Birth to Us! We kick off Year 2 with a showdown of monstrous proportions. So monstrous, it's in two parts. Monster of the Deep is:Piranha 3D (2010) vs. The Host (2005) vs. Deep Blue Sea (1999) Steve is walking in as the final champ of Year 1 and plans on extending his reign. Will he turn this showdown into a bloodbath or be left without a…
 
In the 80s, the nation was gripped in the fear of metal music. Satanic panic had spread, and so B-level filmmakers did what they did best and exploited it for storylines. John Fasano is one such filmmaker and really has done it multiple times over. If Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare was the opening act, then Black Roses is his million dollar budget headlin…
 
This week we take a spin at Tubi Roulette. Old Gods such as Tubi do not deal in granting wishes, but it does deal in the Wishmaster series. Specifically, Wishmaster 3: the third or fourth worst thing about 2001. Before streaming originals and VOD releases, there was the straight-to-video market of low budget films kicking the corpses of previously …
 
The most brutal film adaptation of Cannibal Corpse album artwork has landed on Shudder, and Brian, Meg and Steve watched. Rob Jabbaz's The Sadness is intense to say the least. Everyone is triggered this episode. Meg is triggered by the content. Steve is triggered by freelancing. Brian is triggered by thinking about Verotika again. Is there any hope…
 
As the one year anniversary approaches, darkness is cast across the podcast. Too many months of Brian and Meg trading the belt left Steve bitter and resentful. After last week's reclaiming of the belt, he had no other recourse but to unleash one of the worst films he could think. A disgusting, soulless, brainless vanity project. From the mind that …
 
In the Final Showdown of Year 1, the wheel gave graced us with one of the biggest horror franchises of all time Friday the 13th. But which summertime slasher is best? It's:Friday the 13th (1980) vs Friday the 13th Part IV The Final Chapter (1984) vs Friday the 13th Part VI Jason Lives (1986) If Brian holds onto his title, he'll finish Year 1 with t…
 
In the most Pittsburgh-centric episode to date, Brian, Meg and Steve are joined by special guest Bigfoot Benjamin to discuss all things squatch. Ben talks about his expertise and love for The Foot while they all enjoy the 2015 Western Pennsylvania filmed, Bigfoot: The Movie. Written and directed by Jared Show, the film also features local personali…
 
Our holy site Tubi has been getting into original content lately, so Brian, Meg and Steve checked out their most recent release in partnerboat with The Asylum. Directed by who knows, written by who cares, starring poet laureate Annalynn McCord and the improv troupe you avoid eye contact with at open mic nights. Plenty of films are classless and tas…
 
From the renowned Shaw Brothers studio, comes The Boxer's Omen (aka Black Magic 4 aka Zombi 10) If you didn't listen to the Sasquatch Showdown, Brian won again. This is the film he's chosen as a punishment ... ? Demon to some, spaghetti clown to others. The story follows Chan Hung aka Baluo Kaidi as he battles forces of evil from all directions in …
 
Supersized like the feet of the missing link in evolutionary history, this episode finds Brian, Meg and Steve defending their picks of Best Bigfoot movie: Exists (2014) vs Willow Creek (2013) vs Suburban Sasquatch (2004) Current champ Brian has some mighty big shoes to fill if he expects to have a Wrestlemania worthy reign or be a bigfoot himself. …
 
Supersized like the feet of the missing link in evolutionary history, this episode finds Brian, Meg and Steve defending their picks of Best Bigfoot movie: Exists (2014) vs Willow Creek (2013) vs Suburban Sasquatch (2004) Current champ Brian has some mighty big shoes to fill if he expects to have a Wrestlemania worthy reign or be a bigfoot himself. …
 
This week Brian, Meg and Steve take another turn toward true crime with the release of Netflix's series Worst Roommate Ever. The first episode focuses on serial poisoner with a penchant for pilfering pensions, Dorothea Puente. Meg also happens to own her cookbook. They discuss the story presented on the show and what they learned outside of it. The…
 
This week Brian, Meg and Steve take a bite out of the 2022 Hulu film, Fresh. Directed by Mimi Cave and starring Sebastian Stan and Daisy Edgar-Jones. Find out if The Winter Soldier is a marvel in the kitchen. Ponder if you'd prefer ground ground meat or boob tartare. Wonder, what do you think is in that barn? Also, do you think this is a propaganda…
 
If you didn't know, Brian was the deadeye last episode and took home the gold in the Old West Horror Shootout. That means this week he gets to pick the movie we watch this week, and he's decided to go benevolent. We're (re)watching Steve Miner's all-star cast driven creature feature Lake Placid. Before there was Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus we just ha…
 
In what will be rebranded as In the Mouth of March Madness, Brian, Meg and Steve have decided to defend Old Worst Horror films. Zombies, Vampires, Undead Whatevers, and Poor Dental Hygiene all of which aren't the grossest things in these films. It's: Bloodrayne 2: Deliverance (2007) vs Gallowwalkers (2012) vs The Dead and The Damned (2011) Meggoth …
 
In our historic first of hopefully many future episodes, we play Tubi Roulette and randomly choose from the incredible breadth of horror films on the online streaming service. The Old Ones fling us back to our formative years to relive the Australian Travel Board's worst brochure video, ROGUE. Directed by Greg McClean and starring Radha Mitchell (S…
 
True horror icons never stay dead. A statement never truer in [current time] as another franchise is resurrected and retconned. Think about it. This show isn't even a year old and we've gotten Candyman 4, Scream 5, Halloween 2 Kills 2 Furious, and now we have the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. What's all the buzz? Does the film put on its best face, or i…
 
Happy Valentine's Day from the Halloween is Forever crew. This week current champ Meg has gifted to Brian and Steve and the audience, the 1981 wildly Canadian slasher flick My Bloody Valentine. She also gifts the world with the greatest philosophical question of a generation. Tune in to have your mind expanded. They get into mining culture, process…
 
This month's gut busting showdown pits three horror-comedies against each other. Who will have the last laugh when it's: Psycho Goreman (2020) vs Gremlins 2 (1990) vs Hell Baby (2013) Meg started the new year with a championship win, but can she keep the title two months in a row? Can she prove herself the Archduke of Nightmares, or will relying on…
 
This month's gut busting showdown pits three horror-comedies against each other. Who will have the last laugh when it's:Psycho Goreman (2020) vs Gremlins 2 (1990) vs Hell Baby (2013) Meg started the new year with a championship win, but can she keep the title two months in a row? Can she prove herself the Archduke of Nightmares, or will relying on …
 
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