Halloweekly Horror Podcast

Funny guy Nick and walking encyclopedia George take on all things horror in this weekly podcast that challenges tired horror topics and tropes and turns them on their head. Listen and laugh as this dynamic duo takes a deep dive into stories that thrill and chill, cut and gut. You’ll never see your favorite genre the same way again.
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Oct 18, 2017

Film critic Kenneth Turan recently wrote an article called "Why this film critic gave up on horror movies"

Although he (we think disingenuously) framed the entire thing as an entirely personal choice, of course he did it in the most public way possible. But he ends it with:

"Why would I want to put myself in the hands of someone whose sole intention is to make me feel as awful as possible? Until someone gives me a convincing answer, horror and I are finished." 

So here is our stab at giving (in a way) that convincing answer. 

Cleanse your palate with this excellent review of Dawn Of The Dead by the great Roger Ebert:

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Oct 14, 2017

Strange things have been happening in the town of Willow Creek... 

By the Blood Moon's Light by Rebekah Faubion
Art by Aileen Hill

Oct 10, 2017

Where would be the scariest place to find yourself in a horror movie? The Overlook Hotel? Aboard The Orca in Jaws? Inside the Amityville house or at Camp Crystal Lake? 

Halloweekly counts down our top 10 most terrifying horror locations. 

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Oct 5, 2017

Devils on film are almost as old as film itself. There have been many, many great performances but as we enter October we got in the mood to re-watch our favorites and pick our top 6. 

Constantine? End Of Days? Devil's Advocate? South Park? Download this episode and find out who reigns in our hell.

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Sep 28, 2017

A Halloweekly Original: The Harvest King

Our first original short horror story, by the amazingly talented A.V. Grizinski. 

There are few stories that chill your bones with a whisper, rather than a guttural scream.This is one of those stories. Listen if you dare...


The Harvest King takes mercy on no one.


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Sep 27, 2017

Anaconda is another pleasant surprise in the How Low Can We Go series, featuring Danny Trejo, a flaming snake, one of the best horror villains of the 90's, Ice Cube listening to his own music, and fish RIVER STYLE, this movie is much better than its reputation suggests. 


Sep 23, 2017

In this episode we examine who the best horror directors active in the field RIGHT NOW might be. 

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Sep 19, 2017

Move over T Rex and Jaws, we might have a new favorite animal in a horror movie: Thor! 

Halloweekly reviews 1996's Bad Moon

Sep 17, 2017

Mother! Starring Jennifer Lawrence as Mother, Javier Bardem as Him, Random Frog as Frog, and Kristen Wiig as Organized Religion. 

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Sep 13, 2017

The second best X-Men movie ever made. Nick and George take a look back at 1984's underappreciated Firestarter.


Sep 8, 2017

It's summer! We're supposed to be having fun! Halloweekly reacts to the hotly anticipated release of the movie IT. 

We keep the episode spoiler-free until the end of the episode (with warnings given)


Sep 6, 2017

It happened again. Halloweekly reviews Parts 17 and 18 of Twin Peaks: The Return 

This was an incredible journey, but we argue that it's a journey that isn't over because David Lynch built this to be something that will morph and change with rewatches and the passing of time, and we assess Twin Peaks place in (or not in) the horror genre.

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Aug 30, 2017

A teenage boy is haunted in his dreams by Freddy Krueger who is out to possess him in order to continue his murder spree in the real world. Join us as we revisit Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge for our 40% rotten installment of our podcast series "How Low Can We Go?"

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Aug 28, 2017

There is no movie lonelier inside its own franchise than Halloween III: Season Of The Witch. 

Halloweekly (with special guest Alexander Taylor) takes a deep dive among the druidic ruins, killer Irish robots, badass Tom Atkins moments and the lilting tones of Jamie Lee Curtis enforcing curfews that is the third installment in the Halloween series.

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Aug 20, 2017

Zombie Vs Shark, Eliza Dushku Vs One Eye, Stan Winston Vs Mall Rock... Halloweekly takes a look at Zombi 2 and Wrong Turn as part of it's ongoing series exploring the nether regions of badly rated horror movies that might be better than their reputations.

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Aug 11, 2017

We found her, but what did we think of her? Halloweekly reviews Annabelle, talks the 'Conjuring Universe' and also reacts to the newest trailer for the upcoming movie IT.

Aug 9, 2017

The latest episode in the How Low Can We Go series, Halloweekly goes back to school with Jennifer's Body. 

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Jul 24, 2017

Great cast, great set design, an insane plot and a chainsaw duel... it must be Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2! 

Nick and George tackle this legendary sequel for Halloweekly's HLCWG podcast series. 

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Jul 15, 2017

We've reached 45% on Rotten Tomatoes for our How Low Can We Go series and it brings us the divisive movie The Strangers. 

Featuring actual adults, actual suspense, real scares and a daring deviation from horror norms, we argue that The Strangers deserves a better rating than this. 

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Jul 7, 2017

Next in our 'How Low Can We Go?' series is Pet Sematary, the legendary late 80's film that scarred and charmed a generation. 

This movie deserved better than it got from film critics, whose hearts are stonier. Sometimes movies are better... than their ratings suggest.

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Jun 30, 2017

Andrew Kasch is a Director on critically-acclaimed projects like Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy, Legends Of Tomorrow and Tales Of Halloween. 

Tales Of Halloween recently won the Saturn Award for best Blu-ray release

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Jun 24, 2017

Halloweekly reviews Marty The Great, Busey The Great and all the gang in Tarker's Mills, Maine. 

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