Snakebite Horrorcast

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Snakebite Horrorcast is your fortnightly journey through the world of Horror films! Hosted by Mark Goddard of Snakebite Horror Reviews he is joined by Reluctant film lover Niall Whitlock and the odd one Marcus Wallace as they give their thoughts on what should be kept and what goes in the bin!

Also on the feed is Franchise Players podcast. Join Mark and his co-host Chloe Davies of Groovie Movie Reviews as the tackle movie franchises film by film.

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Follow us on twitter @snakebitehorror & @pod_players and also over on Letterboxed @snakebitevault

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The theme tells you all you need to know about this show. A selection of classic horror film clips. I’m in. This show is like having a chat with your friends after watching a film together. There’s a nice, laid back vibe where everyone is free to give their opinion. I’ve gotta say, after hearing the host’s restrained take on The Shining, I’m curious to hear their full take! If you like your movies, give them a go. Toodle-oodles.
Brilliant podcast if you love horror films.

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Podcast Details

Created by
Snakebite Horrorcast Network
Podcast Status
May 8th, 2019
Latest Episode
Oct 13th, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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