Horror Movie Survival Guide is a weekly podcast where two unlikely gorehounds delve into their Horror Movie Notebook from college, in which they meticulously kept track of every film they watched in the horror movie section of their old local video store, in their quest to learn how to survive, and to ensure they end up as “the final girl”.
Join Julia and Marion as they revisit the classic and obscure horror VHS they viewed and logged in their notebook, breaking each movie down one by one, geeking out over all the ghastly minutia, and ultimately illuminating the path to survival.
A fun romp with a great mid 80’s cast – including Zach Galligan, Deborah Foreman, David Warner and John Rhys Davies – this film is like several genre films all […]
John Landis’ 1981 rock em sock em balls out werewolf flick is the standard to which all other werewolf films are set. The perfect blend of horror and comedy, with […]
Where would Stephen King be without Brian De Palma’s 1976 tour de force adaptation of his first novel, Carrie? The movie launched King to stardom, along with a few other […]
If watching Corey Haim chase werewolves in a souped up wheelchair named Silver Bullet doesn’t float your boat, how about if we add Gary Busey into the mix as a […]
Tobe Hooper’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot was released not in theaters, but on televisions back in 1979. When someone as legendary as James Mason stars as a servant […]
Stephen King adaptations don’t get much better than Mary Lambert’s 1989 flick, Pet Sematary. Ghastly ghosts, zombie cats, terrifying secret sisters and a toddler doing damage with a scalpel, this […]
Halloween – What better movie to watch on Halloween than…Halloween! Yes, a little on the nose, but it just fits so perfectly, how can you not? John Carpenter’s 1978 slasher […]
This is the scariest movie Julia has ever seen
Rosemary’s Baby This is the scariest movie Marion has ever seen. When it comes to an atmosphere of claustrophobia, ain’t nobody got nuthin’ on Roman Polanski’s 1968 horror classic, Rosemary’s […]
Horror legend George Romero single handedly kicked off the zombie genre with his 1968’s tour de force, Night of the Living Dead.
When your main character is someone as tough as George C. Scott, you know your ghost better be bringing his A game. And so he does in this based on a true story, light on gore but heavy on atmosphere flick from 1980.