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 return to talk about what might be the worst weekend for horror in 2009, when both "Halloween 2" and "The Final Destination" dropped on unsuspecting audiences.
We run train on the year's theatrical horror releases up until this point, and look ahead to the genre offerings this fall.
This week we all fawn over Neil Blomkamp's "District 9", and Eric gets his harshest piece of fan mail in a while.
This week we take on the twist-tastic "A Perfect Getaway", a film that has the crew split every which way imaginable.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll Shriek... of the mutilated. You can blame Mark for this.
This week it's back on the theatrical train with "Orphan", and Chrissie makes a special guest appearance.
We get way more French than anyone's comfortable with as we review the cannibal film "Delicatessen".
Settle in and don't forget to duct tape those windows... it's time to talk about "Right At Your Door".
This week we takes on the David Lynch cult classic "Eraserhead", and Schnaars returns with his word of the day in tow. Check it out!
This week we take on "Severance" on a skeleton crew, and Joe recalls awkward memories of a young Mark. Not to be missed.
We take on lighter fare this week as we review "Ghostbusters", as well as the sequel and the recently released videogame.
The crew finally throws down on Rob Zombie's Halloween. Let the deluge of hate mail begin!
Spoilers abound in our "Drag Me To Hell" episode, which shouldn't matter because surely you saw it opening weekend, Right?
We finally take on the infamous "Donkey Punch" this week, and 3/4's of the hosts heartily recommend it. Who didn't like it? You might be surprised! Stay tuned 'till the end for a special surprise guest.
This week's episode starts with a discussion of the merits of the Aussie cannibal flick "Dying Breed," and ends with a debate about which one of us is most American.
Everyone disagrees with Eric on "The Crazies", but at least we all loved "Star Trek". That counts for something, right?
The crew gets infected with "Splinter", and discusses how sometimes simple is best.
The crew revisits "A Nightmare on Elm St.", before Platinum Dunes reinterprets the classic 80's film in next year's scheduled remake.
The crew goes down into the gulag with "Martyrs" and decides if it's worth the praise, or all a bunch of hype.
In celebration of both Easter and Episode 69, we take on Clive Barker's blasphemy filled classic "Hellraiser", and discuss what's really at the core of this highly transgressive film.
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.
So... short people are creepy, amiright?
Needless to say, it's weird...
Rob Zombie swings... and misses.