We know that not all horror remakes are created equal. As we explored in the first volume of BGH Classic's Remake-Apolooza, with the right mix of vision and talent you can rework a classic. This week marks one of the biggest tests of that theory to date, as the long-anticipated "Evil Dead" reimagining hits theaters -- and the Bloody Good Horror podcast.
On this week's podcast we're reviewing the super-anthology film "The ABCs of Death." Twenty-six filmmakers, twenty-six short films. It's a road we went down most recently with "V/H/S," which turned out better than we probably would have thought. But we've also had a good time with some of the other anthology films on the show.
At the Bloody Good Horror podcast we enjoy voyaging where no man has gone before, which is why we always tackle the best -- and worst -- of sci-fi horror. In our latest episode of the podcast we cover the 1998 sci-fi cult classic "Dark City." In honor of John Murdoch and The Strangers, we're offering up the chance to catch up with some of our favorite bloody sci-fi discussions.
Nothing is scarier than a handheld camera pointed into the darkness. At least that's been horror's operating thesis these last couple of years. We've tackled the issue on the podcast -- not always joyfully -- and we've probably arrived at nothing better than a stalemate. First-person horror is with us, and there's nothing we can do about it.