Bloody Good Horror is a weekly podcast featuring in-depth reviews of current releases and cult classics, as well as home to popular features like "Beer Guts" and our world-famous "Word of the Day."
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3 out of 4 members of the Podcast enjoyed "The Haunting in Connecticut", can you guess which one didn't?
Join us on the floor of this March's Horror Hound Weekend!
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We take a run at John Carpenter's "They Live", a fun, campy 80's horror flick with strong human and political themes.
The crew takes a visit to The Last House on the Left, and decides whether or not we would stay there again. Plus, the return of Louis Fowler!
We review Don Coscarelli's 1979 low budget gem "Phantasm", and uncover some strange new ideas about the film along the way.
We tune up our axes and duel over this late 90's cult classic.
We take a much needed vacation to Tromaville and review Lloyd Kaufman's latest ode to scatological humor.
We keep our "Friday the 13th" review remarkably civil, considering how close Jason is to all of our hearts.
The crew reviews Repo!, and we're all pretty underwhelmed by the experience.
Not only did we like "The Uninvited", but I'm starting to change my tune on remakes all together. Listen to find out why.
The slasher classic "Pieces" has the crew in stitches...
The crew butts heads over My Bloody Valentine 3D, and debates whether or not RealD will ever rise above the level of cheap parlor trick.
The whole crew gets together to discuss the epic shenanigans witnessed during our recent screenings of "The Unborn".
Dario Argento's "Mother of Tears"... best comedy of 2008? The crew decides.
We break down 2008 as we saw it, and wonder aloud what will be thrilling us in 2009.
The crew tackles the heavy task of properly breaking down "Let The Right One In", and Eazy-E drops by with a special Holiday message.
We review Clive Barker's Midnight Meat Train, explore the latest in funny Google searches, and Casey phones in from the traffic-copter.
The entire crew gets Freaked and Louis Fowler has a bone to pick with the show.
This week we tackle the legend of Todd Browning's 1932 film "Freaks", and Louis Fowler stops by to take "Twilight" fans down a notch.
Our review of "Ginger Snaps: Unleashed" leads us to spirited discussions on the pseudo-illness "female hysteria" and the disturbing trend of "purity balls".
If you're looking for a disgusting warm up to this weekends gory slasher classic "Pieces," you'll want to check out our podcast episode breaking down the putrid "Feast II: Sloppy Seconds."
This week we have an epic double feature of "Halloween" and "Halloween 2", and cast the presidential candidates as horror villains.
I act like Jigsaw by subjecting the whole crew to "Saw V", and the results were a little more nuanced than expected.
We're back after last week's technical issues and chatting about "Quarantine". Everyone's in good spirits, and we talk about everything from Pumpkin beer to my unhealthy affinity for Jennifer Carpenter.
Are you ready for our Top 5 Most Disturbing Horror Film Moments? I think not.
This one comes to you literally from our Mom's basement...