Join us for a discussion of some receive movie viewings, video game playing, and a length chat about CRIME SCENES: THE VANISHING AT THE CECIL HOTEL before we head to the drive-in.
We did our Desert Island picks and probably should have recorded with a coconut! Apologies for the technical quality on the back half of this episode as we discuss our personal picks for horror TV series to be stranded with.
Jenny was out with illness (Not COVID!), so Chris and Joe bring to you a slew of streaming recommendations. (Apologies for the quality on this one. Between recording apps and internet issues, we lost a bit of the conversation.)
Letterboxd Companion List: https://boxd.it/aUPu0
This round of “Desert Island Picks” has us picking our six (not five, get it?) satanic themed films to be stranded with. (Our recording server on Discord lagged on us a few times. We tried our best to clean it up, but apologies for any choppy spots.)
Episode 240 – Desert Island Picks: Satanic Panic
Time to strap on your Oakley’s and stake some suckheads as we discuss the BLADE trilogy of films in this oversized “Franchise Focus” episode.
Episode 235 – Franchise Focus: The Blade Trilogy: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/podcastmacabre/PM_Episode_235_Final.mp3
Time for another trip to the drive-in for a double feature! This time around, Jenny has chosen PUMPKINHEAD (1988) and GIRLS WITH BALLS (2018) for the bill. Enjoy! (Apologies for some technical faults in the recording. We do our best.)
It’s showing that streaming options for horror fans are growing, and we are happy to provide a longer (but not uncut) episode with our quarterly Streaming Screams suggestions on Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix, and Shudder. Check out the Letterboxd companion list in the link, and have a ball.
This episode we kick off a new series of Joe’s creation titled “Drive-In Double Feature.” First up on the playlist are DEMON (2015) and DEMONS (1985). Enjoy, and try not to fog up your windows!
In the latest installment of “Desert Island”, we each pick our five favorite found footage films to be stranded with.
Join us for a look back at 2019 as we share our individual top ten horror films of the year and chat about other wonderful horror gems.