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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We review the quasi-remake of an Italian comic book from the 1980's.
We go back to the 90's, a magical time of hardcore rap and refried beans, with a review of the Spike Lee-produced anthology film "Tales From The Hood".
John Carpenter's latest, plus a lively debate on the Netflix price hikes.
This week it's time for Jon's staff pick, David Cronenberg's "Shivers". We talk about orgies, parasites, and Disco Stu...
Hearing Schnaars synopsize this film is worth the price of admission alone...
This week we ride the nostalgia train back to 1979 and JJ Abram's summer blockbuster "Super 8".
This week we talk about the latest film from Hammer studios, bearded night intruders, and Hilary Swank's controversial hotness.
Is it a documentary? Mockumentary? Faukumentary? One thing's for sure, it made us all feel icky.
The team reviews the latest comic book adaptation to hit theaters.
The finer points of murderous Goodyears...
The crew lathers up in troll stink and heads out on the hunt... Are you prepared for what happens next?
We dissect the latest in the series and work out our women issues all at the same time. They call that efficiency.
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We discuss James Wan's "Insidious" and Louis and I debate who had the scarier childhood. Spoiler alert... Louis wins.
It's the Horror Hound Weekend 2011 combine-o-cast!
You voted, we reviewed. This week it's Catherine Hardwicke's "Red Riding Hood", and you might be surprised by the reaction.
It's like "Wrong Turn" in reverse.
We review the latest Nicolas Cage film and Louis prepares us for the oncoming Anglo/Mexican wars.
This week we review "Hatchet II" director Adam Green's latest, "Frozen", and debate the finer points of Wolf sentience.
The sequel to Adam Green's ode to 80's slashers turns out... well, you'll just have to listen.
The Roommate... it's like Single White Female minus anything interesting.
Anthony Hopkins crusty face is the scariest thing in this film.
It's Viking time, bitches!
Ron Perlman will headbutt the evil out of you.
We talk about Joe's feelings. ALL of them.
So this one's quite the... head-scratcher...