The horror movie discussion podcast hosted by Kenny and Heather!
Heather makes her triumphant return in this exciting episode, in which she and Kenny discuss the 1999 Tim Burton movie Sleepy Hollow.
On Heather's day off, Kenny and Justin discuss the 2017 horror comedy Mom and Dad, starring Kenny's old nemesis Nicolas Cage.
Returning from a hiatus, Heather and Kenny discuss the Universal monster movie The Mummy.
Heather and Kenny take on Witchfinder General, AKA The Conqueror Worm, a grim picture from 1968 about the witch-hunts of the 17th century.由CINEMATICON EX MORTIS
In this episode, Heather introduces Kenny to Anna Biller's love-letter to 1960s horror cinema: 2016's The Love Witch.由CINEMATICON EX MORTIS
Heather and Kenny are back in the saddle again, discussing what might be the oldest surviving feature-length horror movie, 1913's The Student of Prague.由CINEMATICON EX MORTIS
Kenny and Heather discuss whether Jennifer's Body is a hidden gem or a justly neglected misfire.
Heather and Kenny kick off Season 3 of CINEMATICON EX MORTIS by discussing a true modern classic that isn't terrible at all, 1990's Troll 2.
Heather and Kenny reminisce about the 10 films discussed in Season 2 of CINEMATICON EX MORTIS.
Heather and Kenny conclude their discussion of the Evil Dead franchise by looking at the 2013 remake and all three seasons of the Starz TV series Ash vs Evil Dead.
It's the middle chapter of our trilogy of episodes covering the Evil Dead franchise. This time, Kenny and Heather discuss 1987's Evil Dead II and the final film in the original trilogy, Army of Darkness.
Heather and Kenny are joined by special guest Justin to discuss Kenny's favorite horror movie of all time, Sam Raimi's cult classic The Evil Dead. Unfortunately, some idiot forgot to set up the microphone properly so the audio quality is garbage. Listen at your own risk!
Heather and Kenny tackle another of the greatest horror movies of all time, Stanley Kubrick's enigmatic The Shining.
Heather and Kenny discuss the greatest horror movie of all time, Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho.
Kenny and Heather are joined by Celina (from Heather's other podcast, Hauntings and Homicide) to discuss a haunted house movie supposedly based on true events, The Amityville Horror.
Kenny and Heather discuss the 1942 Val Lewton classic Cat People and its excellent 1944 sequel, The Curse of the Cat People.
Kenny and Heather discuss the excellent modern chiller It Follows.
Heather gushes over the late Universal monster movie Creature from the Black Lagoon. Kenny's in this episode too.
Heather and Kenny kick off Season 2 of CINEMATICON EX MORTIS by putting a spotlight on an unjustly neglected gem, the Australian horror mockumentary Lake Mungo.
Kenny and Heather look back at the films we reviewed in our first 10 episodes and ask how they stack up against each other.
Heather and Kenny examine the controversial modern classic The Silence of the Lambs (1991).
In this special Valentine's Day episode, Heather and Kenny watch a romantic horror flick: 1986's The Fly, starring Geena Davis and Jeff Goldblum.
Heather and Kenny follow up their episode on Nosferatu by looking at the English-language 1931 Dracula adaptation starring Bela Lugosi that kicked off the horror movie renaissance of the 1930s.
Heather and Kenny appreciate F. W. Murnau's adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, the 1922 silent classic Nosferatu.
Kenny and Heather discuss the modern classic about a family dinner from hell: You're Next (2011).
Heather and Kenny follow up their episode on Frankenstein with a look at its even better sequel, 1935's Bride of Frankenstein.
Heather and Kenny take on James Whale's classic 1931 adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein.
In this underrated and yet again landmark third-ever episode, Kenny and Heather check out the similarly underrated Dario Argento giallo Tenebrae (Italian title: Tenebre).
In their second, also landmark, episode, Kenny and Heather appreciate Bela Lugosi's mesmerizing stares in the original zombie movie, 1932's White Zombie.
In the exciting debut of CINEMATICON EX MORTIS, Kenny and Heather discuss Rob Reiner's foray into horror, the 1990 Stephen King adaptation Misery.