Something Wickedly Blustery This Way Comes: what are the greatest weather-related moments in horror? Let's break it down.
What movies capture the seasons best? Trick R Treat? Halloween? The Mist? We go through our top 4, tell us yours at https://www.facebook.com/halloweekly/
Found Footage? Anthologies? Stoner Final Guys? What do horror fans want to see more (or less of) in horror? We cover that and more in Episode 9 of Halloweekly.
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We mentioned The amazing reference book Terror Television: American Series, 1970-1999
The Genius of Paul Frees: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Frees
Final Destination 5 is currently the ONLY 5th installment in the history of horror franchises to be certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. Anomaly or Appropriate? Let's discuss - 2 billion reviewers can't be wrong.
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We asked our fans what horror world they wanted to enter and they blew our minds. Where would you go if you had to enter a world of horror? Let's find out.
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The Shining, it's a great party isn't it? Nick and George visit the Overlook Hotel and attempt to navigate a maze of great visuals, music, and meaning.
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And definitely check out the amazing book Studies in the Horror Film: Stanley Kubrick's The Shining
Halloweekly hosts Nick & George and special guest Alex discuss the horror hit Don't Breathe.
It's a movie smart enough to use sweeping, mobile camerawork when the main characters are feeling confident and to pin the camera in one claustrophobic crouching shot when the same characters realize they are in deep s**t. But is Don't Breathe consistently good or even great? And why is that dog smiling?
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Let's talk about old school horror that still packs a punch!
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Silence of the Lambs, Jaws, Possession, Shadow of a Doubt and more, this episode discusses horror movies packed with great performances.
Plus Halloweekly fans tackle Killer Question 2: What's a horror movie that isn't considered very good that you LOVE?
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