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If you listened to our review of The Legend of Boggy Creek in Episode 50, you heard Jake and I realize that Episode 52 was coming up and that almost certainly meant it was time for us to review another comic book adaptation. We get into more of the details why in this discussion, but for Episode 52 we've chosen to review 2005's Constantine! This mo…
 
For our 51st episode, we're taking a quick detour from the Nightmare on Elm Street series to review a different kind of dream-centric horror movie: Come True (2020) from director Anthony Scott Burns! We were big fans of the Father's Day installment of Holidays that Burns directed, and we're very excited to discuss one of his feature-length projects…
 
We're back, and we're celebrating our 50th upload! For this very special episode, we're very excited (or at least some of us are) to be reviewing The Legend of Boggy Creek! This episode is dedicated to one of our longtime listeners, but we hope everyone enjoys it!Also coinciding with the release of this episode is the return of our coffee roast! We…
 
Happy Doug Jones Day everybody! It's our third consecutive year celebrating actor Doug Jones (although technically this is the 12th anniversary of the original Doug Jones Day), but it's the first time we're reviewing a Disney movie on our podcast! For this year's Doug Jones Day episode, we're discussing 1993's Hocus Pocus, wherein Doug Jones plays …
 
It's the 40th anniversary of John Carpenter's The Thing, and we're celebrating with a truly special episode. For our review of this horror classic, we're joined by special guest Mat Johnson. Mat has written amazing works in comics (Papa Midnite, Incognegro: A Graphic Mystery, Right State), in prose (Drop, Pym, Loving Day) and is now working on two …
 
Just in time for its debut on Shudder, we're bringing you our review of the new horror movie from director Luke Boyce and Shatterglass Films: Revealer! We had a great time chatting about the movie, and an even better one interviewing the movie's co-writer Michael Moreci! That interview can be found on the latter portion of the episode (timecode bel…
 
Just in time for the release of the first comic written by pod-favorites Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Afterschool 1 from Skybound), we're reviewing their first work on a comic-inspired property: Moon Knight! Benson and Moorhead directed two episodes of the new Marvel series on Disney+, with the other four episodes helmed by Mohamed Diab (direc…
 
Our Nightmare on Elm Street franchise retrospective continues! This episode is going up later than we intended due to some recent health issues, but we're delighted to review the next two Freddy Krueger installments: A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child and Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare. And even better, for the Dream Child portion we'…
 
The second part of our Tobe Hooper / Robert Englund series is here! We put up a poll to determine which Hooper / Englund cinematic collaboration we would review, and The Mangler won over Eaten Alive and Night Terrors. We're looking forward to reviewing the other two movies down the line, but for now we're delighted to have an excuse to discuss anot…
 
To follow-up our Valentine's Day special on After Midnight, we're reviewing Butcher Baker Nightmare Maker (1981) from director William Asher! What's the connection between the two movies? Like most things on our podcast, it's thoroughly quirky. But whatever the reason, this movie made for a great conversation and made for an excuse to invite a grea…
 
Happy Valentine's Day from all of us at the Scary Stuff Podcast! This year we're using the holiday as an excuse to review a movie that we all love here at the pod: After Midnight (2019) from directors Jeremy Gardener and Christian Stella! Appropriately enough the movie has a bit of history with Valentine's Day, as its wide release date was February…
 
Since the Texas Chainsaw Massacre series came in second in our recent franchise poll (which Nightmare on Elm Street won) we thought it would be fun to do a couple minisodes on collaborations between TCM director Tobe Hooper and actor Robert Englund. With Hooper directing the pilot episode of the Freddy's Nightmares television show, we thought it wo…
 
Happy Holidays! It's that time of year again, and unfortunately we were a bit short on time due to the scale of Episode 19 (the first part of our Nightmare on Elm Street retrospective). So although we didn't quite have enough time to put together a four-movie episode like last year, we wanted to get a minisode in before the holiday season was over.…
 
We're back with Part 2 of Episode 19! And for the next two movies, we're joined by two very special guests!Hailey Piper is the author of fabulous horror works such as Queen of Teeth, The Worm and His Kings and much more, and has cited Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors as her favorite slasher. So we're delighted she came onto our show to dis…
 
We asked twitter which major horror franchise we should review on the pod, A NIghtmare on Elm Street won, so your wish is our command! For Episode 19 we're reviewing the first four installments of the franchise, then we'll review the second half of the franchise in Episode 20.Unsurprisingly this turned out to be our longest episode yet once we put …
 
The Paranormal Activity series is back! Just in time for Halloween, the seventh installment titled "Next of Kin" began streaming on Paramount Plus. Having covered the six prior installments in our podcast's second episode, we were very excited to see this new addition. Even moreso when we found out writer Christopher Landon was returning to the ser…
 
Happy Halloween!! We're currently working on the first part of our Nightmare on Elm Street franchise review, but that's not going to be out for a bit and we didn't Halloween to pass without a special bonus episode. And what better movie to discuss than the movie that basically saved last year's Halloween for our hosts? A movie that at this time has…
 
Remember that universe-ending finale from our last episode? Well, our resident "favorite human" released a new Netflix series, so we need to set that cliffhanger aside for a bit. Mike Flanagan is the first filmmaker we ever covered for a podcast spotlight episode, and we've covered all of his horror features at various points. While we were plannin…
 
This episode has been a long time in the making. Even aside from the hiatus we took after Episode 17, this topic is one we had originally planned to do for Episode 5, however covid lockdown kept us from doing the episode as we'd originally intended, But it's finally here: our episode on horror comic adaptations!As longtime comic book fans, this is …
 
We're back!! After a bit of time off, we were all set to come back with a topic we've been wanting to do since before the pandemic (that episode's coming next week!), but along came a movie that needed to be discussed first. After all three of our hosts watched Malignant from director James Wan, we agreed it was perfect material for a "welcome back…
 
Happy Doug Jones Day! We're releasing a special Doug Jones Day minisode for the second year in a row, and this year we're celebrating by reviewing Legion (2010). Although Doug Jones' role in the movie might be very, very brief, it's also very, very memorable, and we had a great time discussing the movie! This is our first episode back in studio sin…
 
After sixteen episodes, Nick decided it was time for a little order on this podcast. So he picked the Stepfather franchise for our topic for Episode 17! In this episode, we're reviewing all three movies of the original series as well as the 2009 remake. And we're joined by two very special guests! For the original Stepfather, we had a fantastic tim…
 
To follow-up our latest episode, and just in time for the limited edition blu-ray release from Second Sight, for our found footage bonus episode we're reviewing Lake Mungo! This is a movie has been a favorite of all three of our hosts for many years, and we're thrilled to finally discuss it on our podcast. And best of all, we're joined by special g…
 
Jake's time has finally come! As Scary Stuff's resident fan of found footage horror, Jake has put together a special quartet of movies for an episode dedicated entirely to that subgenre. It might have been a long wait to get here, but we couldn't be happier with the results. This is some of the most fun we've had recording an episode thus far. The …
 
Since we first started compiling potential topics for "if we ever start a podcast," one of the earliest entries was an episode based around interdimensional horror movies, which Nick dubbed "Piercing the Veil." With the release of the Scream Factory special edition of Event Horizon, this seemed like a perfect time for that theme! Our four movies ar…
 
Welcome to "Season Two" of the Scary Stuff Podcast! It's just over one year since we first launched our pod, so we're celebrating by going back to our zombie beginnings. For our very first episode, we reviewed the entire Return of the Living Dead franchise. So we're kicking off this next series of episodes with a zombie world tour, with each of our…
 
This episode has been a long time coming. Then again, time is a frozen river (and also a lie) so maybe it hasn't been? Either way, if you heard our eighth episode, you know how much we adore the works of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. Now that their latest feature Synchronic is widely available, we are thrilled to make it the subject of its own …
 
Welcome to a very special bonus episode of the Scary Stuff Podcast! While we were researching Dragon Blue (starring The Great Muta) for Episode 13, we came across an old NJPW promotional video titled "The Great Muta: Origin of the Demon. It was a fascinating short film that we were thrilled to see was conceived by the director of Dragon Blue (Takuy…
 
Our favorite human is back!! Way back in Episode 4, we covered all of Mike Flanagan's horror feature films except one. Knowing that Episode 13 would cover pro-wrestling related horror, Eric asked that Oculus be held off so it could be the Episode 13 bonus episode. Since the movie's co-produced by WWE Studios, so it kind of counts (hence the wrestli…
 
Doom is here! Back in Episode Two, Eric laid claim to Episode Thirteen as the day he would subject Jake and Nick to a topic of his choosing, and that day has finally arrived. And being the lone pro-wrestling fan on the pod, the topic Eric chose was "horror movies featuring professional wrestlers." We start with the horror cornerstone of WWE Studios…
 
Happy Holidays! It's December 2020, so we're celebrating the holidays with an episode all about Christmas horror movies. Each of our three hosts picked one movie, and then a twitter poll decided the fourth, all following a "killer Santa" motif. So for Episode 12, we're reviewing Silent Night Deadly Night (1984), Santa's Slay (2005), Rare Exports (2…
 
New Castle Freak? New bonus episode! We covered Stuart Gordon's original Castle Freak back in Episode Six, so we were very excited to check out the 2020 re-imagining just released on Shudder. And as you can see from the runtime, we had a lot to say about it! We hope you enjoy this surprise episode, and thanks for listening!!…
 
In June of this year, we released a special bonus episode on Bandcamp where we reviewed Wes Craven's The People Under the Stairs (1991). All proceeds from that episode were donated to the Bread & Roses Community Fund of Philadelphia. Six months later, we're releasing that charity episode as a bonus episode on our main podcast feed. We hope you enjo…
 
You voted! We listened! Nick cheered! Jake grumbled! Eric flipped a table!For our eleventh episode, each of our hosts picked a movie franchise for contention and let twitter decide the winner. Nick's candidate was Phantasm, Jake's pick was Final Destination and Eric's was Species. Phantasm won by a wide margin, so in this episode we cover all five …
 
We went full sleaze for our Frank Henenlotter spotlight in Episode 10, so now we're going to the other end of the spectrum for our bonus episode. Hot on the heels of the release of The Haunting of Bly Manor on Netflix, we're reviewing an earlier adaptation of The Turn of the Screw by Henry James: 1961's The Innocents. This movie is a true horror cl…
 
Appropriately enough for the episode with a roman numeral "X," the Scary Stuff podcast is going full schlock and sleaze for Episode 10! This time our spotlight falls on exploitation master Frank Henenlotter, and we review four works from his filmography: Basket Case (1982), Brain Damage (1988), Frankenhooker (1990) and Bad Biology (2008). Our opini…
 
Just in-time for this month's release of The Craft: Legacy (which we didn't realize when we recorded it), we're covering 1996's The Craft for a special bonus episode! For Episode 9 we talked about four horror movies that were all released after Scream came out in December 1996. The Craft was released a little earlier that year, so it gets its own m…
 
Episode 9 continues! Much like the parade in I Know What You Did Last Summer, the Episode 9 recording continued on until time lost all meaning. Having covered a pair of 90s slashers in Part 1, the Scary Stuff crew now reviews a pair of horror movies riffing on the "body snatchers" concept for Part 2. First up is Disturbing Behavior (1998), where we…
 
We thought Episode 8 would be our longest episode. We were wrong. Apparently our love for Moorhead & Benson movies is eclipsed only by our nostalgia for the late 90s. That's right, for Episode 9 we're covering 90s teen horror movies! Specifically we're covering four movies released after Scream, which opened in December of 1996. Since the movies we…
 
Following our biggest main episode yet, we have our biggest BONUS episode yet! We're following up our Moorhead & Benson spotlight episode by reviewing a new movie they produced alongside their longtime producing partner David Lawson Jr: She Dies Tomorrow from writer/director Amy Seimetz. And after that discussion, we have our very first INTERVIEW o…
 
This is a big episode for the Scary Stuff Podcast, and we're not just referring to the runtime! Since we first discussed starting a podcast, we've been eager to do a spotlight episode on two of our absolute favorite directors: Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. With the recent release of their Twilight Zone episode titled "8," we took that as a sign…
 
The most dangerous game continues! Following our episode on The Purge franchise, we're reviewing two movies with a similar motif. First up is The Belko Experiment (2016), which is the fourth movie we've covered featuring Delaware's own John Gallagher Jr! The movie also stars Michael Rooker, Adria Arjona and John C. Rei-- MCGINLEY, John C. McGinley.…
 
Seven episodes in, so it's time for the Scary Stuff crew to sin, scour, sanitize and sterilize our souls! And to accomplish that, we're reviewing all four installments in The Purge franchise: The Purge (2013), The Purge: Anarchy (2014), The Purge: Election Year (2016) and finally The First Purge (2018). There's a bit of discussion on the tv series …
 
Two bonus episodes in a row! This time we let Jacob pick a movie as a reward for filling in the "Stuart Gordon" gap in his horror catalog back in episode six. And what a movie he picked! It's 2007's Born, one of the first feature film roles for Alison Brie, starring alongside horror icon Kane Hodder, Denise Crosby and Joan Severance. This one was q…
 
It's the anniversary of the day Doug Jones showed up to the set of Mike Flanagan's Absentia, so it's time to party! We promised in Episode 4 that The Scary Stuff Podcast would celebrate Doug Jones Day, and we decided to do that with a surprise bonus episode! We're going back to one of the earliest entries on the filmography of Doug Jones: Night Ang…
 
As promised back in our Mike Flanagan spotlight, the Scary Stuff Podcast’s latest episode is devoted to five movies from horror legend Stuart Gordon, who passed away earlier this year. We’ll be covering Re-Animator down the road alongside the other installments in that franchise, so this episode focuses on five of Gordon’s other works: From Beyond …
 
The Scary Stuff trio are stuck indoors at the moment, so why not build an episode around characters in a similar boat? This month's theme is "Horror in Isolation," featuring four movies all centered around people trapped indoors due to an external crisis: The Mist (2007), Pontypool (2008), 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) and The Night Eats the World (20…
 
Welcome to the Scary Stuff Podcast's first BONUS episode! :) Continuing our Mike Flanagan theme from Episode Four, we were excited to review Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016). However, to put that movie in the proper context, we first had to discuss the original Ouija (2014) directed by Stiles White. We thought it would be best to put those two movies i…
 
This time around, the Scary Stuff trio focuses on five movies from one of our favorite directors: Mike Flanagan. We start with his breakthrough horror movie Absentia (2011), then review the long-delayed Before I Wake (2016), the tense thriller Hush (2016), and finally a duo of Stephen King adaptations: Gerald's Game (2017) and Doctor Sleep (2019). …
 
The Scary Stuff trio caught the 2020 movie release Underwater during its theatrical run, so our latest episode takes a deep dive into four other aquatic horror movies alongside it. We start on the shore with Barry Levinson's found-footage movie The Bay (2012), head out to the ocean's surface with Stephen Sommer's Deep Rising (1998) before settling …
 
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