There's plenty of things that go bump in the night at The Best Little Horror House in Philly, and comedian Matthew Schmid (The Incredible Shrinking Matt and Jacquie, The Flat Earth) is here to warn us that we should take them seriously! He's pitching Paranormal Activity as the best horror movie ever made, and we get into toxic masculinity, Spielberg himself getting freaked out, the fantastic nano-budget filmmaking and so much more! DON'T MISS IT!
We're getting jiggy with it in the Best Little Horror House in Philly this week! No, not the fresh prince - Laura Haase is here to talk Saw! We dig into the ethics of jigsaw, Leigh Whannell and James Wan making this movie happen through sheer grit, and the greatest crime of all, taking away Billy the Puppet's little bowler hat! DON'T MISS OUT! Thanks to the Morbidly Beautiful Podcast network for their support - check out their other great shows and horror coverage at morbidlybeautiful.com.
The Best Little Horror House in Philly is a real circus this week - Kaelyn Newton is here to talk Killer Klowns from Outer Space! We're talking about the corrupt cops of Crescent Cove, making shakespeare jokes, determining the proper usage of a crazy straw, and eyeballing those sweet sweet fudgey-wudgey bars! What are ya gonna do with those podcasts, boys? Don't miss out!
Also there is the slightest of audio issues where sometimes Kaelyn would get cut off a bit, because we were still figuring out the long distance stuff! No big deal, but just for anyone who was wondering!
This week in the Horror House Ryan Murphy is here to talk dangerous magic - because his pick for the best horror movie ever made is the overlooked Clive Barker classic Lord of Illusions!
We're talking about this neo-noir that actually investigates, giving props to Teddy the Mandrill, discussing edgy back tattoos and pitching The Continuing Adventures of Harry D'Amour! Plus, if you're wondering why I say I haven't watched The Invitation yet in this episode, it's because they're released out of order! Secret's out! Enjoy the ep!
It’s another Choose Your Own Adventure Bonus episode, and the cartoon tycoon himself is here – A.T. Pratt! We’re taking a trip through You Are A Shark – find out if, in fact, we are! Also, I tried to sound mysterious as the monk, and just sounded like I was dying, so there's that, a timely reference to Tiger King, and Call of the Wild is in fact now on VOD! Enjoy!
This week the Horror House is a Hell House?! Mike Stone from Rotted Reviews is here to talk about the spooky haunted house movie that treats you like an adult, 1973's The Legend of Hell House! We're also talking about the Youtube boom and the pain of revisting your first episodes, Zak Bagans faking it till he makes it, and one skincare trick doctors hate! Spoiler: it's locking yourself in a hermetically sealed chamber!
This podcast is now clean!
DC Pierson (Stay for Dinner with DC, Crap Kingdom, Derrick Comedy) is in the Best Little Horror House in Philly to talk about why Poltergeist is the best horror movie ever made! We're digging into the childhood fears, discussing Stephen Spielberg's influence, and David Christian Pierson becomes our sworn enemy! DON'T MISS OUT!
I'm letting the right ones in, and they're Jim and Bryce from Film Rage! We're talking about the incredible Swedish vampire movie Låt Den Rätte Komma In, raging about Renfield incompetence, and wondering just how much money it takes to buy a nuclear power plant! Plus: listen to how many different ways I can mispronounce the name Hakan! All this and more, on the Best Little Horror House in Philly!
Today in the Horror House - we're not just talking about monsters, we are one! Doug Preston from the Geekery comic book shop in Matawan, NJ and the Geekery Radio Hour is here as we take you into the theatre of the mind. This book is replete with action, adventure, and wondering what a transom is! Don't miss out!
Garrett Smith from I Like 2 Movie Movie is in the horror house 2 Mandy Mandy! We're waxing poetic about Spectrevision, the perils of leaving yourself open to box-cuttering, chainsaw battles in the firelight and the unexpected melancholy of Panos Cosmatos' heavy metal cagefest!