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Sophisticult Cinema returns with a discussion of John Hillcoat's "Lawless."

BGH Goes to HorrorHound

This weekend the Bloody Good Horror team will be making its yearly pilgrimage to the Indianapolis Marriott to take in all the "Terminator"-related highs and lows of HorrorHound Weekend 2012.

After nearly four years of podcasting, we at Bloody Good Horror have decided to introduce our first ever spinoff show -- "SophistiCult Cinema."

Or maybe you hate us, I'm not sure yet. But anyway here's some back story. After weeks of bickering and slap fighting the 5 of us from the Bloody Good Horror Podcast couldn't decide if we should watch "Red Riding Hood" for the podcast or not. Don't ask me how but in a group of 5 people the vote kept coming up tied. So we did what any sane group of individuals would do. We asked you guys, who I now realize probably like to see us suffer, if we should watch the movie or not.

On March 11th the much anticipated "Red Riding Hood" hits theaters around the country and the world may never be the same. From the trailer and previews it looks like we're being sold a "Twilight" style film with a doe eyed Amanda Seyfried prancing around the woods being harassed by a wolf. So the obvious question comes to mind, should we cover this film for the Podcast? On one side of the fence is the argument that this is a horror film and should be covered by a horror podcast.

The internet is a strange and frightening place my friends. With countless sites out there about every topic it's hard to know when your site has officially "made it". Well good people of the internet I can now say without a shred of doubt that Bloody Good Horror has in fact "made it".

In a world gone mad, there are two men, nay heroes, who have decided to face the zombie apocalypse with zest, heroism, cowardice and one-liners. Join them as they navigate through a zombie world in, “You’ve Got Dead On You”.

Good comedies are hard to find nowadays. Good comedies about zombies are even harder to find. So you can imagine my delight when I discovered "You've Got Dead On You" and listening to it has earned me more than a few strange looks when I giggle to myself in the office.

This week after a long run of theatrical releases the gang finally gets to stay at home and check out Gareth Edwards' “Monsters”. Despite a decent amount of buzz around this one I still have no idea what it’s about. To be honest even after reading the description I’m still a little clueless. I pray actually watching the movie will resolve this. If not it’s going to be an interesting discussion. Synopsis and trailer after the jump.

Since the dawn of recorded sound, man has yearned for insightful and humorous horror commentary. In the early days the phonograph gave way to radio, radio gave way to the internet, which eventually gave way to the smallest, yet most powerful force the aural world has ever known... The MP3. Voices rose from the masses, voices with ideas -- "Down with Remakes, Up with French Horror, Champion the Small Wonders!"

Special guest Louis Fowler joins us this week to discuss "Predators."