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The weeks episode finds the crew hanging out at the Barshed, talking about the French horror film festival darling Raw, a movie about coming of age and cannibalism. The crew also talks about The Boy on the Bridge (the literary sequel to The Girl With All The Gifts written by M.R. Carrey) the psychiatric benefits of eating human flesh, the recent horror movie Eloise and a whole bunch of genre news. They also start asking some heavy existential questions about everyone's favorite purple mascot thing, Grimace and of course answer some listener questions.
Grab your scuba gear and a healthy fear of deep water because this week the crew checked out newly released summer shark attack flick 47 Meters Down. Rigby also checked out Resident Evil: Vendetta this week and gives us her thoughts on it, while Scotty and Robin keep it light with 2010 Korean crime-drama meets gorefest that is I Saw The Devil. The crew also talk about the Jurassic World sequel, the recently announced BBC Dracula series, the hardships of hiring a live in nanny in while owning a haunted house, some other horror news and answer a listener question or two.
Another strange night in Canada finds the crew watching Wild Eye Releasing’s upcoming movie Bonejangles, an over the top slasher drenched in equal parts meta references and fake blood. The crew also discuss the new Neill Blomkamp directed short Rakka (starring Sigourney Weaver) and Devil's Domain, featuring Michael Madsen. Horror movie and video game news and a new segment entitled Whole Hog wrap up the episode in the classiest way possible.
Welcome to the spookiest season of the year and the first episode of Podoween 2019! Starting last year, we decided to deliver a little pumpkin shaped audio gift to our listeners every day in the form of a narrated story. The stories are creepypasta's sourced from the wilds of the internet either by us or listeners and (most importantly) original stories by some of our favourite indie horror writers who have kindly submitted tales! Today's tale continues the of madness we started yesterday, written by River A. Barnes (@catch22fiction on twitter).   ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
Welcome to the spookiest season of the year and the first episode of Podoween 2019! Starting last year, we decided to deliver a little pumpkin shaped audio gift to our listeners every day in the form of a narrated story. The stories are creepypasta's sourced from the wilds of the internet either by us or listeners and (most importantly) original stories by some of our favourite indie horror writers who have kindly submitted tales! Today's tale continues the of madness we started earlier this week, written by River A. Barnes (@catch22fiction on twitter). ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
Welcome to the spookiest season of the year and the first episode of Podoween 2019! Starting last year, we decided to deliver a little pumpkin shaped audio gift to our listeners every day in the form of a narrated story. The stories are creepypasta's sourced from the wilds of the internet either by us or listeners and (most importantly) original stories by some of our favourite indie horror writers who have kindly submitted tales! Our selection today is about a man concocting a scary story to tell his son that may not be as fictional as it starts out.  ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
Welcome to the spookiest season of the year and the first episode of Podoween 2019! Starting last year, we decided to deliver a little pumpkin shaped audio gift to our listeners every day in the form of a narrated story. The stories are creepypasta's sourced from the wilds of the internet either by us or listeners and (most importantly) original stories by some of our favourite indie horror writers who have kindly submitted tales! Today's creepypasta hearkens back to days of youth, when you were made to share things with your siblings that you maybe didn't want to. ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
It was once said that DrunkInAGraveyard.com has all the style and panache of a Dead Baby Joke, and that comment has stuck around so much that we figured it was only appropriate to check out the Christian Pro-Life propaganda film "Unplanned" based on "memoir" by Abby Johnson (spoiler: it's about as based on a true story as Texas Chainsaw and the Conjuring is, just FYI) and do a dead baby double feature by pairing it with a find from the annals of Netflix - Thai Pro-Life propaganda dressed up as a horror film "The Unborn Child" which actually is based on the true story of a discovery of 2002 fetuses at a Buddhist temple in Bangkok. From abortion clinic to news hole, the crew talks some bizarre news about having such a huge dick that people think you're stealing, clawing out your eyes high on meth, having a heart attack because you ate too much wasabi, getting blown sky in a porta potty and playing Rammstein all night long. Also in light of the fact that we covered a heavier than usual topic on this week's episode and that both of these films are basically propaganda, we have donated some cash from our Patreon earnings this month to Planned Parenthood, as we support reproductive justice and freedom. Please donate to Planned Parenthood. We are not things.  ****************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 "Death Metal Track" is licensed under CC BY 3.0 ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
Remember Invader Zim, loving tacos, and being "zany" in 2002? Drunk in a Graveyard remembers. The crew checks out the new Invader Zim instalment - Enter The Florpus, and talk about being goth in the early aughts, loving Jhonen Vasquez, and how Hot Topic is gonna make a mint on Zim merch again. Tom Segura's "Take It Down" Tour features on the second half of the episode with the crew catching the Vancouver date on August 17, 2019. There's some news about The Heavy Hitting Horror Fest in Whistler BC on Octiber 30, 2019 and how to submit your short film. There's bizarre news about lightning lighting farts on fire, spiking drinks with meth, babies dying, the Event Horizon series on Amazon, Nergal making shit up, and being a metal band in a van down by the WalMart. ****************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 "Death Metal Track" is licensed under CC BY 3.0 ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
Episode 143 and we're joined by Brayden DeMorest-Purdy, Nina Werewka, and Zach Zhao of Canadian psychological thriller "Beyond The Woods" which was filmed in Kamloops and Westwold, British Columbia. Beyond The Woods screened at Kamloops Film Festival just before the COVID-19 shutdown of all theatres in the province, and on this episode we chat about communicable disease, Leonardo DiCaprio, Se7en, Fruit Chan's "Dumplings", gangster films, making movies, and Shelterpoint Whiskey. ****************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 "Death Metal Track" is licensed under CC BY 3.0 ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
Episode 145 of the Drunk in a Graveyard podcast is here and this week, Robin and Scotty get lost in the weeds chatting about The Room (no, not the Tommy Wiseau version) and the pros and cons of instant babies, microwaving your nutsack and more. New release We Summon the Darkness starring Johnny Knoxville is up next and it's a heavy metal Satanic Panic romp that actually includes the "heavy metal" part, unlike other films that have explored this subject matter. Rounding out the show is DeadBall, a Japanese splatter gore comedy film about baseballs, babes in hot pants, some distinctly problematic elements, and then a boys in prison trope(??). ****************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 "Death Metal Track" is licensed under CC BY 3.0 ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
Scott and Robin get Blazed in the Northern sky and play some new metal tracks from Enon Chapel, Whitechapel, Crematory Stench, NUISIBLE, Fabulous Desaster, Bekmork, Ashen Horde, Kaamos Warriors, Bitter Lake, and Downfall of Gaia. They also talk news about Disma kicking out Craig Pillard ten years too late, TOOL's new album teaser, STAIND playing shows in 2019, Tobias Forge cosplaying as the Phantom of the Opera, and Children of Bodom's new beer. Track list Enon Chapel - Miasma From The Charnel House - 00:02:28 Whitechapel - Brimstone - 00:11:55 Crematory Stench - Grotesque Deformities - 00:19:00 Nuisible - Swarm as King - 00:25:30 Fabulous Desaster - Abra Cadaver - 00:33:04 Bekmork - When Loki Calls - 00:38:30 Ashen Horde - Profound Darkness - 00:47:49 Kaamos Warriors - Tyhjyys - 00:56:42 Bitter Lake - Chaos Theory - 01:02:19 Downfall of Gaia -  As Our Bones Break to the Dance - 01:09:11 ****************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 "Death Metal Track" is licensed under CC BY 3.0 ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
This episode Robin and Scott talk about the fifth annual Vancouver Badass Film Festival and share their thoughts on the films screened that weekend - Polterheist, Perfect Skin, A Mata Negra, Amazon Hot Box, The Hollow Child, Knuckleball and AMI. Obviously you can't talk about Badass without talking about the wildest awards show in BC on the final night, featuring Samantha Mack hosting as the Hormone Monsterous, and unique performances from Tristan Risk, Josh Burns and the Caravan of Curiosities. ****************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 "Death Metal Track" is licensed under CC BY 3.0 ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
Get ready to head down into a robot filled post-apocolyptic bunker and bust out your best high kick this week as we talk about "I Am Mother" and "Triple Threat". New from Netflix, "I Am Mother" takes us to a future where humankind has been all but wiped out and a robot is tasked with rebirthing the human species, but things don't always work out like planned right? "Triple Threat" meanwhile drops any of the deep thinks and thoughts the robot movie may have provoked, instead presenting a whole load of kicking, shooting, ridiculous set pieces and all sorts of action movie nonsense we all love. ****************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 "Death Metal Track" is licensed under CC BY 3.0 ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
Episode 92 and Robin and Scotty are full of Halloween 2018 poo! They discuss Halloween 2018, looking at the world through nostalgia glasses, why greatest hits CDs suck ass, and why Halloween 2018 was not what everyone cracked it up to be. Some bizarre news about the LA band Threatin who faked a career and also a fanbase, some conspiracy theories about if this is high level trolling or not also evolve, as well as moms in Florida beating the shit out of each other with coffee mugs, death by slug, and shooting your grandma over having to do chores, round it all out.   ***************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
This week Robin and Scott discuss the show that has been haunting them since the final episode rolled, The Haunting of Hill House. They also talk about the local showing of Mandy that they helped put on with the Kamloops Film Society as well as share their thoughts on what they thought of the film and finish things off discussing meeting author RL Stine recently in Vancouver. Haunted dispensaries, missing fetus, technological hippocratic oaths and more also show up at some point so prepare for things to get weird. ***************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
This week the crew revisit a South Korean horror film that tried to make us all scared of our flip phones back in 2002, Phone, directed by Ahn Byeong-ki. After that they discuss Netflix’s cyberpunk detective story Altered Carbon and Rigby gives us the rundown on the live action adaptation of Fullmetal Alchemist. Of course, the crew get to taste test something that Robin has found in her travels before diving into some strange and head-scratching news. The episode is finished off with a round of Whole Hog featuring Mitch Pilleggi and John Marston from Red Dead Redemption.   “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0
The crew head out into impenetrable woodland this week as they discuss the newly released on Netflix outdoors horror movie The Ritual. Keeping the momentum of being lost in the deep woods going, they also discuss Dark Forest, a commendable first film from writer/director Roger Boyer. They also discuss the recently released (and quickly pulled from Youtube) series Divorced Dad from Astron 6, Robert Egger’s new movie The Lighthouse, time travel predictions, the rise of binge watching culture, suing people over Bigfoot, the hellish Furby organ constructed by Look Mum No Computer and dissociating from reality with VR. This episode is rounded out by a round of Whole Hog featuring Jared Leto and Bruce Willis.   “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0
This week, Scotty, Robin and Rigby ventured forth to the screens at the local film festival this week to take in their horror offerings. The crew talk Les affames aka The Ravenous, Wolfcop and it's aptly named sequel Another Wolfcop. In other words, a whole lot of Canadian content as all three of these horror flicks were filmed here in the North. Scotty and Robin also talk about the recently released documentary Love and Saucers, the story of one man's very unique life-spanning encounters with extraterrestrial beings. They also discuss the proposed Blair Witch Television series, some wholesome metal news to balance out some of the garbage we've seen lately, a bunch of Creeps of the Week™ are revealed, fish herpes and more strangeness. The episode is rounded off with a spirited debate over what Peter Cushing (of Hammer Horror Fame) and Noctis (of Final Fantasy Fame) are packing in their pants.
What does using your unwitting friends in your psychological experiment, a slasher killer, a Ouija board and possession all have in common? They all show up in The Definition of Fear at some point, a horror movie that somehow uses all of these elements and still can’t grab your attention. Thankfully James Franco and his mustache improve things with haunted heist movie The Vault. The crew also discuss Open House, anime Devilman Crybaby and the wild mischaracterization of beloved characters in the newest season of The X-Files. Cryptocurrency, gateway drugs, ancient monument vandalization, marrying  calculators, edible hallucinations and more also show up. The episode is rounded out with some Whole Hog, featuring the Cryptkeeper and everyone’s favourite tax evading vampire hunter.   “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0
Well, Christmas is here, and the dark lord is come/cum. The crew recorded a special drunken episode for you to listen to when you’re done opening gifts and you need to escape from your weird uncle telling vaguely sexist jokes. So grab some chocolate and some beers and settle in for a game of Cards Against Humanity with Rigby, Scotty, and Robin.
Man down!  Er - WOman down!  The threesome becomes a gruesome twosome this week, as Rigby is out sick with the flu.  Scotty and Robin take up the High Literature mantle and enjoy some Purple Voodoo hybrid smoke and take turns reading their favourite creepypastas from the internet.  It's like NPR for creeps and weirdoes, except better. Scotty's Creepypasta selections: White With Red The Cleaning Lady The Statue Robin's Creepypasta selections: The Russian Sleep Experiment The Smiling Man The Bag Lady Normal Porn For Normal People Candle Cove
The crew had a horror filled week, checking out Annabelle: Creation and the newly released on Netflix Deathnote.  Also discussed in this episode is Victor Crowley (the next movie in the Hatchet series), Stranger Things season 3, horror movie based reality television, cannibalism induced guilt, Joss Whedon’s recent debacle and just how much damn money The Conjuring movies have made. The gang also play a round of Crappy Cryptid and finish the episode off with Whole Hog.
The crew gathered this week to watch a movie that feels like it was ripped straight from the heart of the ‘90s horror scene, Happy Death Day. Guitars are also strapped on and turned way up for The Devil's Candy, a satanic possession movie with a hint of heavy metal. This week's episode of American Horror Story: Cult is also discussed, along with learning ninja skills from Naruto, the Halloween reboot, “insensitive” Halloween costumes and the legality of drunken canoeing in Canada. The crew also bring their A game to some Crappy Cryptids as well as a monstrous round of Whole Hog.
This weeks episode finds out intrepid crew braving the horror offerings of Netflix, settling on 2016 prank gone wrong flick “Don’t Hang Up.” They also strapped themselves in, forced their eyelids open and took in the first episode of “American Horror Story: Apocolypse and boy, what a horror it was. Reports of the Gray Man, nocturnal nursery rhymes, an update on the New Mexico observatory closures, squirrel kings and more are discussed with a round of Whole Hog featuring a man in fake hands and a man in metal underwear to wrap things up. ***************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 “Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 ****************************************************** Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like us on facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter. You can send us beer money on Patreon
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Started
Mar 4th, 2017
Latest Episode
Mar 22nd, 2020
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Weekly
No. of Episodes
218
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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