Nolan is joined by Paul Farrell and Kat Adams, as well as special guests Anya Stanley and Jordan Byrd, to discuss Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby (1968) and Jordan Peele’s Get Out (2017). The group celebrates Women in Horror Month by recommending some of their favorite horror movies directed by women and catches up on their latest horror discoveries before becoming embroiled in a conspiracy which seeks to exploit and control marginalized bodies.
By: Emily von Seele
It’s no secret that 2017 was a great year for film, and horror, in particular, had more than its share of moments to shine. In a year that brought us such amazing films as The Girl With All The Gifts, Creep 2, and The Transfiguration — among others — it was difficult to pare this list down to just ten entries. But I somehow managed to do it. In no particular order — because getting this list down to ten films was hard enough — here are my favorites of 2017. May 2018 bring us even more.
Nolan is joined by Emily, Kat, and Thomas to discuss Terence Young’s Wait Until Dark (1967) and Mike Flanagan’s Hush (2016). The group reports on their latest horror discoveries before playing deadly games with a double feature of home invasion movies where underestimated victims turn the tables on their attackers.
By: Ben McBride
Jamie Lee Curtis released this picture on her Instagram feed with the caption, “First shot. @halloweenmovie Halloween 40 years later. Same slate. Same Laurie. David Gordon Green directing from his script. Happy Halloween 2018 everyone. See you all 10/19/18 #halloweenmovie.”
Pretty freaking exciting, right? I’m just going to assume you find this exciting.
It’s been nine years since the last Friday The 13th movie was released and while Paramount remains unable to put together a new theatrical entry of the famed slasher series, fans were treated to a new kind of Jason Voorhees experience in 2017: playing as him (or a slew of campers) in a brand new, officially licensed video game. To celebrate the new year, we’re giving Dead Ringers listeners and readers a chance to live out their Camp Crystal Lake fantasies.
By: Ben McBride
2017 may have been a less-than-stellar year in many walks of life, but it bestowed upon us some truly great horror.
Nolan is joined by Ben McBride, Paul Farrell, and Philip Yount to discuss Larry Cohen’s The Stuff (1985) and Chuck Russell’s remake of The Blob (1988). The group catches up on the latest horror movies (and a few video games) before they run screaming from a double feature of sentient, killer goo monsters.