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.
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.
Sam Raimi’s 1981 goofy, crazy, inventive horror classic is a joy to watch and talk about.
Lukas Haas stars in this little seen 1988 ghost story, where a little boy suddenly becomes part of a hunt for a serial killer who only targets children. But who is the mysterious Lady in White who roams the cliffs? Listen to find out!
Marion and Julia discuss Tobe Hooper’s 1982 horror classic Poltergeist, in all of its gory, ghostly glory. A PG film in which a man rips his own face off, there’s lots to talk about with this flick!
Donovan Leitch…and who? Brad Pitt? Nah…Donovan Leitch stars in the little seen teen slasher flick Cutting Class, with Julia and Marion bringing it back into the light.
We dare you to listen to this episode on the urban legend fueled flick Candyman, and if you’re a true gorehound like us, we promise sweets to the sweet.
The superbly titled Shriek of the Mutilated is the subject of this week’s episode, with Marion and Julia squeezing every groovy drop out of this shlockfest.
Julia and Marion chat about Adrian Lyne’s 1990 psychological mind buster Jacob’s Ladder. Be prepared for much Tim Robbins and Danny Aiello love….and lots of demons.