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Episode 263 - "You're Next"

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We review the latest slasher to hit theaters.

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Episode 250 - "Maniac (2013)"

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So... short people are creepy, amiright?

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Carpenter's "Halloween" coming back to theaters

Years ago I saw John Carpenter's "Halloween" on the big screen, sort of... I showed up to the screening incredibly excited, but was quickly disillusioned when I realized what I was watching was a DVD of the film projected on the big screen. The end product of this was a muddy, dark picture with terrible sound. Needless to say, I'm eager to wipe that experience from my memory.

Bloody Good Horror's Greatest Hits

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.

Episode 215 - "Dream Home"

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The crew talks socioeconomics and our favorite Asian horror films.

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Donner Pass (REVIEW)

"Donner Pass" opens with a flashback, all the way to 1846 and an alternate retelling of the fabled "Donner Party" story pertaining to a group of settlers lost in the mountains who were forced to resort to cannibalism in the face of starvation. This retelling plays out a little differently however, with George Donner himself returning to the camp and murdering the remaining survivors, only to string them up and drain their blood. Seems like an odd choice, given how hard it is to survive in the woods by yourself. As we'll learn in due time though, Donner knew what he was doing.

Goldberg Says Merry Christmas

I may be the only one on the podcast willing to admit my unabashed love for "Santa's Slay", but even if you're not in my camp, the first three minutes of the movie (video after the jump) are worth revisiting for a number of reasons. The most important being, "what type of sexual deviance did the director catch these actors in to blackmail them into doing this?..." I hope James Caan in particular had a long, hard look in the mirror after shooting this scene, but hey, his excruciating embarrassment is our Christmas-time horror delight.

Slaughter High (REVIEW)

Sometimes reviewing a movie in a viewer advisory capacity sucks the fun right out of that film. This is especially true when one is given the task of registering an opinion on a film like “Slaughter High”. I have talked before about how my socialized adult brain limits my enjoyment of the things that my inner teen finds endlessly amusing.

Giallo (REVIEW)

Dario Argento has taken a lot of flack from fans who are awaiting the filmmakers’ return to the form that made him a defining force in the evolution of the horror film during the latter half of the 20th century. But has the form really ever changed or is Argento just taking his style into new technical and aesthetic realms in an effort to keep himself interested in the craft? His early works are hardly uniform even if similarities exist.

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