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Numboween: ‘Tis the Season A chill in the air. Trees shedding their leaves. The days shortening as the world shifts into fall. To quote Al Jourgensen, “Every day is Halloween!” Or at least it can be, if you’re one of the worldwide horror obsess
A Quiet Place: Makes Some Noise In 2018, John Krasinski and company brought us A Quiet Place. An instantly popular horror film, the film gave birth to a new franchise. The movie also cemented Krasinski as a screenwriter and director. What Works
Blood for Dracula: A Unique Take As it approaches its 50th anniversary, Paul Morrissey’s Blood for Dracula remains an idiosyncratic take on the Bram Stoker mythos. Shown in a variety of cuts – and under various titles – through the years, July
Creature Feature: All Creatures Here Below… Gettysburg’s Creature Feature Weekend debuted in 2019, and presented a modest alternative to bigger and more crowded East-Coast horror conventions. The con brought a fine group of guests and quality v
Saint Maud: All Hail If you haven’t seen Saint Maud as of yet, have no fears, we won’t spoil a thing for you. But we will explore what sets Rose Glass’ film apart from the rest of the horrors flirting with religious overtones – or undertones. T
Nautical Horror: Crests and Troughs  We’re talking about ship related horror, but you can forget about the “Ahoy, matie!” crap. With Nautical Horror, we’ll look at those films that either rise above on the high seas or sink below the waves. Aft
Psycho Goreman: Psycho or Psych-Out?  Writer-director-special FX guru Steven Kostanski made a name for himself as part of the renowned Astron-6 collective. Films like Manborg, Father’s Day, and The Editor show his multi-faceted creativity in fu
Blockbuster Horror: Does Hollywood Do the Genre Justice?  We take a look at blockbuster horror films. That means those high-budget horror films that come out of Hollywood. What’s high budget? Most horror films fall into the $4 million or less c
Jonathan Chance: Storyteller  Jonathan Chance is a creator, writer, and storyteller. I finally met John in person at Shriekfest in 2016 and one couldn’t meet a kinder, gentler contributor to the horror genre. We discuss his life since his wife
Army of the Dead: Desert of Ideas  With Army of the Dead, co-writer-director Zack Snyder returns to the genre that made his name. Aided by an alleged $90 million budget, an epic run time and a release by streaming powerhouse Netflix, the film e
Shudder: A Feast for Horror Fans  Since its inception in 2015, Shudder has become the go-to streaming service for horror fans. Offering a wide selection of Stateside and international fare spanning many decades, to exclusive series and film pre
Epic Horror: What in Hell Does that Mean?  Epic horror can mean different things to different fans. We’ll provide our definition – as well as the actual definition of epic – and see how the horror genre makes this happen. For instance, an epic
Hodgepodge Horror XV: Ten Films to Praise?  Yes, Hodgepodge Horror XV – yes fifteen – brings you ten new films from across the horror universe to engage. This has been our most popular series on The Last Knock and we can’t thank you enough for
George A. Romero – and Ricche, Stavrakis, and Destiny  Mark Ricche: Besides writer, actor, and director of the brilliant Mortal Remains documentary, he worked the camera on Romero’s Iron City Asskickers. Christian Stavrakis: He also wrote, acte
Jen Palko: More than a Soulpreneur  Jen Palko is a soulpreneur, content creator, and author of the insightful book, 12 Step Guide for the Self-Help Book Addict.Born and raised in Somerville, New Jersey, Jen has worked in the Pharma industry, is
Shorts Roundup: Independent Film  2020 was a difficult year for everybody – we were forced to acclimate to a global pandemic that brought economic uncertainty, while civil unrest felt like a daily occurrence in the United States. In the meantim
Bad Girls: Road Trip to Hell  South Carolina-based filmmaker Christopher Bickel’s Bad Girls is currently taking the indie world by storm. This tale of a road trip mired in sex, drugs, kidnapping and reckless violence brings a 1970s exploitation
Woman Alone: Women in Horror Month Part I  February is Women in Horror Month and we’re celebrating with films that feature a woman alone. No, this isn’t about a woman alone in a desert or a field or on an alien planet, but a woman who becomes a
Worst Horror 2020: It’s a Buzz Kill!  Last year gave fans some horrible horror movies to avoid at all costs! When it comes to Worst Horror 2020, the choices were far more plentiful than The Last Knock‘s Best Horror 2020 list. In this annual epi
Best Horror 2020: Much to Choose From  Last year gave fans much horror to love! When it comes to Best Horror 2020, the choices were plentiful to say the least. In this annual episode, Crash and Numb present their best of the year. Some may be o
Possessor: Psychological Body Horror  Many have waited patiently for Brandon Cronenberg’s Possessor. Coming eight years after his first body horror feature, the riveting science fiction Antiviral, would be beat the sophomore jinx? M. Night Shya
Holy Comic Books, Batman!  Whenever The Last Knock horror podcast comes to a new milestone, we celebrate with an off-topic episode. This time, it’s comic books. We’re so off-topic that we do not even discuss horror comics! (Sounds like a future
Jacob’s Ladder: 30 Years of Existential Horror  In 1990, Jacob’s Ladder grabbed horror fans by the throat. Thirty years late, it still won’t let us go. Directed by Adrian Lyne (Fatal Attraction, Lolita, and yes, Flashdance), brought Bruce Joel
Origin Stories: The Good, the Bad, and the Horrible  Origin stories can make or break a franchise. Granted, the horror genre is prone to introducing the back story of a character during the first film, but even that can prove fatal. Leading off
Daniel Mark Young and Viral Films UK  Sick of the same old horror films? So is writer/producer/director Daniel Mark Young. Like most horror fans, he’s tired of the same lame storylines – and has seen enough tropes to last a lifetime. Maybe more
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