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Every Horror Movie On Netflix

Every Horror Movie On Netflix

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Join us as we realize our dream to watch, review, and discuss **EVERY HORROR MOVIE ON NETFLIX** in alphabetical order. Hopefully we discover a new favorite movie... or a new least-favorite movie! Follow along at home if you dare, or just let us decide if a film is worthy of your view... or just the queue. New episodes every other Thursday.
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No step on snek! It's snek szn and we're reviewing ANACONDA, the tight 1997 thriller. Was it a charmer or did we fail to squeeze excitement out of it? We'll also discuss creature features in general, *that* accent, and if there's any philosophical difference between this and other big snake/shark movies. Plus: Steven reviews THE COFFEE TABLE, Patri…
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This week the gang takes in the Taiwanese found-footage-or-is-it film THE BRIDGE CURSE and attempts to unravel its— two? four? six? eight? — stories. We also inadvertently start World War III. If that's not enough: Chris reviews The Twilight Saga, Patrick catches up to LATE NIGHT WITH THE DEVIL, and Steven reviews CIVIL WAR and INFESTED. Join the c…
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The lady in red is dancing with me, cheek to cheek. Too bad she's a Pontianak! That's right, this week the village is being haunted by a either a ghost, demon, vampire, or witch: it's the REVENGE OF THE PONTIANAK and we'll discuss all the chilling details. Plus: Steven reviews LATE NIGHT WITH THE DEVIL, Patrick discusses his playthrough of CONTROL,…
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This week the gang gets keen on 70s cinema with IT'S ALIVE, a tale of child-rearing gone wrong. Join us as we attempt to decipher the film's political angles, whether or not the protagonist is a good guy or not, whether we should wait for post-credits scenes at the movies. Plus: Patrick and Steven review TRUE DETECTIVE: NIGHT COUNTRY and Chris revi…
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Join us for a discussion of Ti West's X, a throwback '70s-set slasher about an elderly woman attacking a group of new pornographers. We discuss whether this film has deeper themes up its sleeve and how well it executes them, the unconventional franchise it's spawned, and how it relates to DEATH WISH and THE BACHELORETTE. Plus, Steven and Patrick di…
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This week we reflect on LOOK AWAY, an oddly explicit teen scream thriller about how the dead twins you see in mirror might be closer than they appear. We also discuss the nuances of Canadian tax incentives, creepy reviews on Letterboxd, fun ways to waste your time when you're supposed to be watching a movie for your podcast, and getting scared by y…
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This week the gang takes on another manga-to-film adaption, ZOM 100: BUCKET LIST OF THE DEAD. We'll discuss all the twists (or tropes?) of this heartfelt horror-comedy, as well as Jack Nicholson's age, the recent history of the zombie genre, and of course, football. Plus: Steven reviews NIGHT SWIM and Patrick reviews POOR THINGS.…
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This week, very special guest Andrew joins us to spew about Sam Raimi's DRAG ME TO HELL, the 2009 horror-comedy in which a young woman is relentless persecuted by a horrible ethnic caricature. Does the film stand the test of time or is it a drag? We'll get to the bottom of that and so much more. Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/…
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This week, very special guest Allison returns to help the gang dissect Kevin Smith's TUSK and decide if it would have been better left as a podcast joke. Also: we celebrate the end of the SAG-AFTRA strike, Steven and Allison review WHEN EVIL LURKS, Chris finally plays the original Five Nights At Freddy's game, and Patrick recaps his trip to Japan. …
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This week it's men on MEN as Chris and Steven discuss Alex Garland's MEN. But don't worry, Allison-with-an-I joins us to represent all women as we attempt to decipher the gendered themes of this unsettling British pastoral thriller. Plus: Allison reviews THE EXORCIST: BELIEVER, Chris reviews FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY'S, and Patrick sends in a deranged …
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Join us this week as we discuss yet another boarding school chiller, THE BLACKCOAT'S DAUGHTER, in which Kiernan Shipka, Emma Roberts, and Lucy Boynton negotiate various evils during a chilly and austere February in upstate New York. Plus: Patrick and Steven review THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER, Patrick and Chris review SAW X, and Chris recaps this…
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We have returned from our brief hiatus/trip to the bayou and are back to discuss the long takes and turns of Gasper Noé's CLIMAX. We also briefly discuss Gasper Noé's other work, consider his talents as a director, and share tales of parties gone wrong. Plus: Chris and Patrick review SAW X, Steven reviews THE FOURTH KIND, and we all discuss our exp…
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This week we head to the seaside to watch Robert Eggers' THE LIGHTHOUSE. Join us as we try to unpack its metaphors, debate turning subtitles on when watching a movie, and discuss the various genres this film occupies. Plus: after 101 years, Patrick finally watches NOSFERATU. Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/PptTvM3mCd…
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This week the gang watches the winning selection from our charity auction to benefit the Entertainment Community Fund: Yorgos Lanthimos' THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER. Join us as we try to discern what the hell kind of movie is this, study the role choices of Colin Farrell, and debate the pros and cons of having a drunk surgeon. Thank you to all who…
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This week we check out the latest from auteur Ari Aster, BEAU IS AFRAID. Join us as we try to make sense of this surreal, winding, epic and figure out what it means to us and what it means to cinema! Speaking of cinema: this week's format change is our way of showing solidarity with the striking members of WGA and SAG-AFTRA (the people who make cin…
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This week we check out the manga-inspired GANTZ: O and watch some uncanny CGI heroes shoot, slash, and smash their way through a gauntlet of sick monsters, critters, and creatures. How does this compare to the comic series that we barely know anything about? We'll attempt to answer that question and much more. Plus: Patrick and Chris recap their vi…
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This week we watch CIRCLE, the game-show-adjacent sci-fi thriller that was made in 2015 but feels like it's been on Netflix longer than that. We also discuss our gun-toting neighbors, share various interpretations of the film's inscrutible ending, and Steven reveals his aptitude for working in public relations. Plus: Chris and Patrick review INSIDI…
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This week we get cursed and watch the 2002 horror classic THE RING and ponder the similarities and differences with its Japanese predecessor RINGU, childhood Spider-Man deprivation, if the digital domain is as scary as the analog domain, and what this movie means for the Supreme Court. Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/PptTvM3mCd…
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This week the gang winds the clock back to 1999 and the eve of the dreaded Y2K-- which happens to be when the Devil is most powerful! That's right, we're reviewing END OF DAYS, the Arnold Schwarzenegger/Satan vehicle. We'll also discuss our memories of Y2K, Arnold Schwarzenegger's career, killer urine, and how this fits in the well-worn exorcism ge…
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> PLAY THIS EPISODE? > OR SHARE IT WITH FRIENDS? This week we return to discuss CHOOSE OR DIE, a Netflix original film about a cursed vintage video game. We also discuss the career of Robert Englund and other horror psuedo-celebrities, the use of various aspect ratios in cinema, and whether or not every movie has to have a thematic intention. Join …
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This week we're joined by Allison-with-an-I to talk about Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 classic THE BIRDS and try to figure out if it's a good movie, or just good for its time. We'll also examine the deadliness of birds in real life, the real-life issues that this movie reminds us of, and whether Mitch's pickup lines would work in real life. Join the con…
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This week the gang checks out THERE'S SOMEONE INSIDE YOUR HOUSE, the latest from the director of CREEP and CREEP 2. What's going on at this Nebraska high school? Why do all these football players look the same? What is this movie trying to say about the world around us? And what should you do with old Nazi paraphernalia? Join us as we answer these …
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This week we're talking about ouija boards and the need for safe storage laws to keep them out of the hands of children. That's right, it's time for OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL, another film by Netflix's favorite Mike Flanagan. Plus: we briefly discuss season 2 of Yellowjackets, the remake of Resident Evil 4, and Steven's tradition of watching Critters 2…
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