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Our new episode features one of the year's biggest films, The Cleanse! Wait, no... Hereditary! But we do also talk about The Cleanse.
In honor of Women in Horror month, we have two female helmed horror movies to review as we discuss Karyn Kusama's "Jennifer's Body" and Fran Rubel Kuzui's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
Hey guys! Welcome to episode deuce-deuce of the Grave Plot Podcast! We start the show off on a somber note, discussing the recent suicide of Robin Williams. Robin was a bright light in this world and we're sad to see it go out. If you or someone you know is battling depression, please contact someone. We give you all the resources, and you can even contact us. We'll listen. Unfortunately, that's not the only death we talk about. In Horror Business, we discuss the passing of Marilyn Burns, best known as Sally Hardesty from the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Speaking of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, we give you all the updates on the new prequel, Leatherface. We then go on to discuss the latest on Ghostbusters 3. There's good news and bad news. Speaking of trilogies, Blumhouse and Radius are set to release three movies from the Duplass brothers called Creep. We break it down. Want the latest on the Evil Dead universe? Well so does everyone else, including Jane Levy, the star of the remake. Is there going to be a sequel? A TV show? No one knows for sure. What we do know is that it finally appears like we'll be seeing Pride and Prejudice and Zombies hit the big screen. We tell you who's in it and where it's at in the process. There's also a pair of news stories about Resident Evil. The first is about a potential TV show called Arklay based on the series of games. The second is the news that the original GameCube version of the game is being remade in HD. Speaking of video games, we also bring you up to date on the new Silent Hills. Finally, we tell you the latest casting updates for American Horror Story: Freakshow and tell you why we are no longer looking forward to The Green Inferno. We then move on to the reviews. First up is The Purge: Anarchy, the sequel to 2013 movie about the one night a year where anything goes. The sequel is basically the same shit. Our second review is the new possession/crime/thriller film Deliver Us From Evil. It stars the Hulk and Jeff Winger and sparks a conversation about exorcisms in film. So pop us in your ear balls and enjoy another thrilling episode of The Grave Plot Podcast! National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255
Merry Christmas Grave Plot Podcast fans! It's that time of year again, time for our second annual Christmas special! We start off with a stocking full of Horror Business, including sad news about an original Addams, a couple of horror movies joining the National Film Registry, and a new Godzilla movie. From there, we move on to more news about the next Friday the 13th movie, as well as tell you which scream queens are joining the cast of Scream Queens. Speaking of casting news, we talk about the latest actors for the film The Gathering. We then discuss the film Roadside from our friend Eric England as well as dive into the Sony leaks and all of the Ghostbusters news it unearthed. We cap things off with updates on Beetlejuice 2 and tell you which city The Walking Dead will be headed next. Then it's gift-giving time! We have a gift exchange and announce the winners of our Christmas t-shirt giveaway. Finally, we review two Christmas themed movies, namely the Finnish Rare Exports, which we admit was not as much of a horror as we expected, and the pseudo-remake Silent Night, which we had somewhat varying opinions on. So unwrap another episode of The Grave Plot Podcast and enjoy! *batteries not included
This episode tastes like chicken. Grab a knife and fork because it's time to take a big ol' bite of the first ever Week of the Cannibal. There is no Horror Business appetizers with your meal, allowing you to feast upon today's main course, featuring Wes Craven's classic The Hills Have Eyes as well as possibly the most controversial film ever made, Cannibal Holocaust. We hope you're hungry. Dig in.
The Remake Madness tournament is officially over. Thirty-two are now only one. After five rounds, Friday the 13th stands tall as the best horror remake, according to your votes. In lieu of cutting down nets, Jason Voorhees cut down 20-somethings in celebration. We, on the other hand, celebrated the only way we know how; getting piss drunk and watching the damn thing. In honor of this special episode, we offer you a killer (pun intended) drink recipe. Tonight's cocktail is named after the star of the show, it's called the Jason Voorhees. 1 1/2 ounces Single Malt Scotch1/2 ounce Cream Sherry1 ounce Ginger Simple Syrup3/4 ounce Grenadine Shake all ingredients, except grenadine, in an ice-filled shaker until well-chilled. Strain into an ice-filled Collins glass. Pour grenadine over the drink so it drips down. Garnish with slice of ginger dipped in grenadine. So congrats to Friday the 13th and we hope you enjoy this championship edition of Drunken Cinema. Cheers! #FMB
Crypticon Seattle has come and gone once again. "The largest gathering of fans of the macabre in the Pacific Northwest" has become a staple of the Grave Plot Podcast and this year may be the best yet. Listen in as we recap the weekend, including talking to Tony Todd and Kane Hodder or, as you may know them, Candyman and Jason Voorhees. We also spoke to Lisa Ovies, the director of the upcoming film Puppet Killer, and the good folks at Luchagore Productions and you can hear those interviews for yourself! You can also hear about the different panels we appeared on, drunk dancing with Krusty Bumbles, the many short films we watched, and a nightmarish adventure of simply getting home. So check it out and hopefully we'll see you there next year!
Strap in and get ready for another long one (that's what he said?). Taylor was absent for this episode. So in his stead, Tony's dad, John, returns to the show for the first time since Episode 16! As you might remember from that one, John has a lot to say, so we have a lengthy episode for you again. They stayed... mostly on topic. We start off with a fresh batch of Horror Business. In Real World Horror, tragedy strikes the horror world with the death of a legend, and a nutcase forces children to watch a movie about a nutcase. A surprising (see: disappointing) bit of casting news from the Ghostbusters set is explained. We cover sequel and remake news with updates on Trick 'r Treat 2, Jeepers Creepers 3, the Waxwork remake, and the former director of the IT adaptation speaks out. In typical Grave Plot fashion, we review two movies. First up is the sequel to the hugely popular film, Sinister. Aptly named... wait for it... Sinister 2. Does it live up to its predecessor? Next, we talk about the horror-comedy vamp flick, Bloodsucking Bastards. Did we laugh, or did we think it just sucked? (See what I did there?) Gather 'round, criss-cross applesauce, and hear all this and more on this exciting episode of The Grave Plot Podcast! P.S. Lately, it seems, it wouldn't be a GPP episode if there weren't some technical issues, so we apologize for the intermittent static. It cuts out about an hour or so in.
Welcome to the first ever Grave Plot Podcast Christmas Special! We've got a stocking stuffed with news for you including some casting updates on the From Dusk Till Dawn television show, a possible Rosemary's Baby miniseries, updates on World War Z 2 and Eli Roth's The Green Inferno, and news on another horror movie in the works from Kevin Smith. We also discuss how to make a remake right, plus give you our top moments of 2013. If that's not enough for you, we've got two Christmas-related reviews for you to unwrap.  Both movies are about a ho, ho, homicidal Santa Claus, with our choices being Santa's Slay, starring former WWE wrestler Bill Goldberg, and Sint (aka Saint aka Saint Nick), which portrays Santa as an undead bishop who kidnaps and kills children on December 5th. So put on your footie pajamas, grab a cup of hot cocoa and get ready as we spread some Christmas cheer fear.
Taylor was gone for this episode and he is missed dearly. How can the show possibly go on without him? ...Is he gone? Okay sweet. Because the show is definitely going on without him, and good news guys, this episode is awesome. In Taylor's absence, Tony tapped his dad John to fill the chair for his fourth time on the show, and we're having a birthday party up in this bitch. And as things tend to go when John's around, the episode ran a little long. Tony and John talk about some Horror Business, which informally begins with a long rant about Sharknado 5: Global Swarming (grooooan). Other topics include some changes in cast for The CW's Supernatural, some long awaited news on AMC's forthcoming adaptation of Joe Hill's NOS4A2, and a surprising directorial choice for Godzilla vs Kong. In celebration of Tony's birthday last week and John's birthday this week, they reviewed the 1981 cult classic Happy Birthday to Me about the most unfortunate 18th birthday ever and 2016's Happy Birthday, which shows why what happens in Mexico, STAYS in Mexico. So grab your party hat, dish up some cake and ice cream and party the night away with The Grave Plot Podcast!
Back up in that ass with the resurrection, it's time for another episode of The Grave Plot Podcast! Today in Real World Horror, we've got a troubling story out of Kansas that will chill you to the bone. We pick things up with Horror Business, where we discuss the impending doom of the Dark Universe. We also try to figure out what the hell Danny McBride is doing with Halloween, talk about a new movie based on a 90s classic, and break down a vampire movie based on a Marvel superhero. We close things out by talking about what Backstreet Boy Nick Carter is up to. Wait, what? In our movie reviews, we discuss the eighth and latest installment in the Saw franchise, Jigsaw. We also discuss the new office action horror from director Joe Lynch, Mayhem. So strap in and take a ride on the latest from The Grave Plot Podcast.
Strap in and get ready for another long one (that's what he said?).Taylor was absent for this episode. So in his stead, Tony's dad, John, returns to the show for the first time since Episode 16! As you might remember from that one, John has a lot to say, so we have a lengthy episode for you again. They stayed... mostly on topic.We start off with a fresh batch of Horror Business. In Real World Horror, tragedy strikes the horror world with the death of a legend, and a nutcase forces children to watch a movie about a nutcase. A surprising (see: disappointing) bit of casting news from the Ghostbusters set is explained. We cover sequel and remake news with updates on Trick 'r Treat 2, Jeepers Creepers 3, the Waxwork remake, and the former director of the IT adaptation speaks out.In typical Grave Plot fashion, we review two movies. First up is the sequel to the hugely popular film, Sinister. Aptly named... wait for it... Sinister 2. Does it live up to its predecessor? Next, we talk about the horror-comedy vamp flick, Bloodsucking Bastards. Did we laugh, or did we think it just sucked? (See what I did there?)Gather 'round, criss-cross applesauce, and hear all this and more on this exciting episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!P.S. Lately, it seems, it wouldn't be a GPP episode if there weren't some technical issues, so we apologize for the intermittent static. It cuts out about an hour or so in.
We are back with even more Stephen King excitement. We had so much info flowing that we couldn't cram it all into one episode. Hopefully you got your fill of Horror Business in part 1. Now is the time for our reviews. We continue with the Stephen King theme by reviewing two adaptations of his books, It and Pet Sematary. But first, we have a special guest review. Our old buddy Carlos Rodela called into our voicemail and left us a review of Uwe Bol's House of the Dead. You know... like the video game. You'll see. There were some audio difficulties that occurred towards the end. We're still not sure what happened but the episode does get cut off a little. We hope this doesn't affect your overall enjoyment. We apologize for the issues. So get ready to continue the action with part 2!
This one is for the ladies. We review two movies with female leads, American Mary, about a med school student who turns to a dark underworld, and Nurse, about a... well, nurse, who brings a dark underworld to the surface. Both feature women who are a little south of normal. We also give you the business. Horror Business, that is. We catch you up on the latest from Rob Zombie and Bret Easton Ellis, provide updates on the Goosebumps movie and Comes the Krampus!, and tell you why the remake of Pet Sematary is going to be god-awful, which leads into a whole spiel about Hollywood stomping all over the horror genre. On top of all that, we introduce you to the new John Constantine, give you the latest on Ghostbusters III, break down Penny Dreadful, and tell you what Eli Roth is up to these days. If that's not enough, we also tell you about Utero and warn you of the dangers of Zombeavers. Take a listen, I think you'll like what you hear. ...ladies.
Good morning, friends, and welcome back to another episode of The Grave Plot Podcast! In today's Horror Business, we tackle a couple of real world horror stories, involving serial killing grandmas and ax-wielding clowns. We also discuss some more fictional stories, including updates on Freddy and Jason, as A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th are getting new iterations. So, too, is the Disneyland ride the Tower of Terror, which is being adapted into a movie yet again. Will it live up to the 1997 Steve Guttenberg classic? We discuss. We also discuss new the TV shows "Monstropolis" and "American Horror Story: Hotel." In our reviews, we cover the directorial debut from Tyler Shields, the revenge thriller Final Girl, starring Abigail Breslin all grown up. Our other review is the crowdfunded practical effects monster movie Harbinger Down with Lance Henriksen. Enjoy the creamy goodness.
Well, another Halloween has come and gone and we're still here. This episode is full of sequel news, including Trick 'r Treat 2, Army of Darkness 2 and Evil Dead 2. Plus we discuss the future of American Horror Story and Kane Hodder's latest, Muck, not to mention NBC's Dracula and the French "zombie" drama The Returned. Our reviews feature a couple of remakes, namely 2012's Maniac and 2010's A Nightmare on Elm Street. So open up your ears and let us infect your brain. Then comment or email us and let us know what you think! Only 359 more days until next Halloween!
Hello again, friends. We've returned and we've brought Carlos Muertos back from the dead. Carlos, also known by his "real" name Carlos Rodela, makes his fourth appearance on the show to help us discuss the films A Cure For Wellness and Jordan Peele's horror debut Get Out. Things get a little deep as we discuss race in America and horror's impact on society and vice versa. We also have Horror Business for you, including real (?) Sasquatch prints found in central Washington, the seventh season of American Horror Story, and a board game based on The Thing. We also discuss the new show from J.J. Abrams and Stephen King, and the latest installment in the Tremors franchise. So pop us in your ear holes and let's get down to business.
Helllllloooo Saint Louiiiiiiiis! And... you know... the rest of you. Today, for the first time ever, we did a Horror Business story before Horror Business even started! Don't get excited, we just turned what we thought was a throwaway story into a 20 minute rant about Ghostbusters. So... enjoy that. In the "real" Horror Business, we discuss a creepy clown stalking cheeseheads in Real World Horror, plus updates on a slew of remakes. Namely Friday the 13th, The Crow, It, and even Plan 9 From Outer Space. For our reviews, we discuss the latest from writer/director Joe Begos, The Mind's Eye, a sci-fi horror about psychokinetics. We also talk about The Funhouse Massacre, about a B-rate Suicide Squad who decide to break out of prison and start their own amusement park. Or something. So grab someone close to you and get down to the silky smooth sounds of the Grave Plot Podcast!
After a short hiatus which saw one of us get married and one of us get another year older, the Grave Plot boys are back in the saddle. We ease back into things like a warm bath. To kick off Horror Business, we discuss the passing of makeup legend Dick Smith. We then bring some old habits by discussing not one but two upcoming movies from writer/director Kevin Smith. We briefly catch up on the latest American Horror Story: Freak show news, then update you on the latest news concerning Gremlins. We then move on to Broadway and discuss the American premiere of the American Psycho musical. We also provide updates on Sinister 2, Goosebumps, 31, The Mummy, Knock Knock, and The Grasshopper Jungle. In addition to all that, we tell you about Evil Dead's move to the small screen, Bruce Campbell included. We then move on to our reviews, which this time include Almost Human and Blood Runs Cold. Tony didn't see the end of Blood Runs Cold so Taylor tells him about it (spoiler alert). He didn't miss much. So get over your withdrawals and indulge yourself in the grand return of the Grave Plot Podcast.
Get ready to hobnob, whatever the hell that means, with the stars, because it's the second annual Grave Plot Awards! Discover the best horror had to offer in 2016 as we hand out the coveted Golden Shovel trophy to stars of both the big and small screen. Discover the best actors, actresses, directors, and more! Then when all that nonsense is done, we go on to do Horror Business, including which The Walking Dead star was detained at the local airport. We also discuss updates on three major franchises, namely Tales From the Crypt, Hannibal/Silence of the Lambs, and Gremlins. For our movie reviews, we discuss the latest from Darren Lynn Bousman, Abattoir, as well as the supernatural story of The Autopsy of Jane Doe. So put on your finest tuxes and ball gowns and walk that blood red carpet.
Happy Thanksgiving everybody! Welcome to the 2014 Grave Plot Podcast Thanksgiving special. Following last year's mini special review of ThanksKilling, we review the sequel, ThanksKilling 3. Turkie is back on a new rampage with new puppets, powdered wigs, and the Pluck Master 3000. We also reviewed Home Sweet Home, a 1981 slasher film about Body By Jake escaping from a mental institution and runs roughshod through a rag-tag group's Thanksgiving celebration. For our turkey day edition of Horror Business, we tackle the latest on the TV adaptation of Evil Dead. Speaking of Evil Dead, the team behind the remake has a new project called A Man in the Dark. In the latest edition of "They're Remaking That? Really?" we discuss The Wolfman being remade yet again, only four years after the last time. This leads into a conversation about the entire Universal monster reboot scenario and why it's doomed to fail. We then move on to a trio of sequels, including Hocus Pocus 2, The Conjuring 2, and Insidious: Chapter 3. We also discuss the world of video games, namely a movie that dives into the Splatterhouse universe (bit.ly/Splatfilm), as well as the new slasher PC game Last Year (kickstarter.com/projects/lastyear/last-year-5-vs-1-multiplayer-survival-horror). We go on to discuss Eric England's Get The Girl, USA's "Evil Men," and Stephen King's The Talisman. We even make a call to our resident Stephen King expert, SkeleJohn. Speaking of Stephen King, we have an update on The Stand adaptation. We also have updates on Crooked Lake, From Hell, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, and Krampus. We also tell you about a new Christmas-themed haunted house as well as the new horror game show from Tommy - er, Jason - Blum. We had some technical difficulties towards the end of the episode, we hope that doesn't take away from your enjoyment. So get stuffed from the Grave Plot Podcast.
Hello from the other side. So... there's good news and bad news. Bad news is, our mixer crapped out on us. Good news is, the show must go on. More bad news is, the show was recorded on an inboard laptop mic and sounds... well it sounds like it was recorded on an inboard laptop mic. More good news is, we can rebuild it. We have the technology (TECHNOLOGY!). So just deal with it this week, next episode will be our Crypticon spectacular, and then everything should be hunky dorey when we return in Episode 64. Sound good? Well, no, it doesn't sound good, but I mean... we square? In today's Horror Business, we talk about a movie based on a haunted painting because you can buy the rights to anything these days. We also discuss an 80s remake, the final season of a horror TV show, a new installment in a popular video game franchise, and a new horror comic label. For our reviews we discussed the arthropod body horror movie Bite, about a girl who goes to Costa Rica and brings home more than a souvenir. We also trusted Blumhouse to deliver a solid PG-13 horror film with The Darkness, about a family who hates each other and also has some issues with demons. Did they deliver? I mean, it has Bacon. Bacon makes everything better, right? Right? Guys? So let us give you a kick in the ear balls with a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.
The dream of the 80s is alive at The Grave Plot Podcast. Today we've got two movies that are new, but you'd think they were straight out of a bygone era.
This one is for the ladies. We review two movies with female leads, American Mary, about a med school student who turns to a dark underworld, and Nurse, about a... well, nurse, who brings a dark underworld to the surface.  Both feature women who are a little south of normal. We also give you the business. Horror Business, that is.  We catch you up on the latest from Rob Zombie and Bret Easton Ellis, provide updates on the Goosebumps movie and Comes the Krampus!, and tell you why the remake of Pet Sematary is going to be god-awful, which leads into a whole spiel about Hollywood stomping all over the horror genre.  On top of all that, we introduce you to the new John Constantine, give you the latest on Ghostbusters III, break down Penny Dreadful, and tell you what Eli Roth is up to these days.  If that's not enough, we also tell you about Utero and warn you of the dangers of Zombeavers. Take a listen, I think you'll like what you hear. ...ladies.
Taylor of Terror has returned! Episode 47 kicks off with Horror Business about the real world horrors of tequila, as well as a "Legendary" haunted attraction. We also discuss new TV shows, including one based on Stephen King's The Mist, one starring Bruce Campbell, and one from Rob Zombie and Mila Kunis. Yes, Mila Kunis. We also discuss a couple remakes, namely A Nightmare on Elm Street and The Crow. We have two highly anticipated movie reviews this episode, with the horror comedy Cooties and Eli Roth's cannibal flick The Green Inferno. Both of these films were supposed to come out long ago, but due to varying reasons have not. UNTIL NOW. Were they worth the wait? You'll have to listen to find out! So enjoy a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!
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Started
Oct 9th, 2013
Latest Episode
Mar 25th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
314
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About 2 hours
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