Halloweekly is watching horror movies from 59% to 0% rated on Rotten Tomatoes. This week we review Hell Night (57%) and The Mummy (56%) as we head to zero.
Spoiler, both these movies deserve higher ratings.
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How low can we go? Nick and George have decided to watch one horror movie at each percentage rating on Rotten Tomatoes from 59% down to 0% and see if they lose their visions or their minds when it's all over.
In this first installment, we review Scream 4 (59% RT) and Psycho 3 (58% RT)
A stabalicious pair of horror sequels to draw first blood as we head towards zero...
Sony Pictures new movie Life could be one of the best space horror movies ever made. The question is, how many space horror movies are even good?
Halloweekly interviews the incredibly talented author Sarah L. Johnson about her award-winning horror collection Suicide Stitch.
Visit Sarah's website here: http://www.sarahljohnson.com/
Get Suicide Stitch here: https://www.amazon.com/Suicide-Stitch-Sarah-L-Johnson/dp/0692661328/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
Inspired by a great article on i-D called "How Horror Became Cinema's Smartest Genre", we wanted to take a deep dive on the topic and talk about some of our favorite examples how the horror genre was/is cutting edge, fiercely smart and innovative, and takes on issues other genres may not be comfortable speaking to.
Original article here: https://i-d.vice.com/en_au/article/how-horror-became-cinemas-smartest-genre
Watch the YouTube video mentioned on the pod featuring Stephen King, Peter Straub and more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYqK4gIq5Sw
Trailer for Val Lewton Man In The Shadows Here: http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/187969/Val-Lewton-The-Man-in-the-Shadows-TCM-Promo-.html
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