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Where The Scary Things Are Episode 22: HAPPY THANKSKILLING Listen and Watch HAPPY THANKSKILLING HORROR FANS. The Where The Scary Things Are celebrate Demon Turkeys and Topless Chicks on this day of giving. Come with us to Listen and Watch the movie with us. HAPPY THANKSGIVING Apple Spotify Web Net


A workplace robot, AUTO, transforms into a killing machine when he discovers he will be replaced by a more efficient model. Starring: Elissa Dowling, Parry Shen, Graham Skipper, Sarah French, and Sadie Katz Directed by: Garo Setian Written by: Garo Setian, Rolfe Kanefsky, and Matthew L. Schaffer   It’s clear times are changing, and workers are getting replaced all the time. First it was older workers getting replaced by young ones, and now computers are replacing workers of all ages. Skip ahead to the future, like in “Automation,” where robots are starting to take the place of people. No one is ever happy about it, and the robots won’t be either when it’s their time.   Enter AUTO, the only robot employed at Alert Insulation. He’s capable of doing a lot of the heavy lifting, but spends most of his time engaging in conversation to learn more about human behavior. He seems to have found a friend in a contracted employee named Jenny (Elissa Dowling). While their re


An exploration of ‘80s horror movies through the perspective of the actors, directors, producers and SFX craftspeople who made them, and their impact on contemporary cinema. Directed and written by: David A. Weiner   Many of us horror fans love ‘80s horror for numerous reasons. To start, many of us grew up in that era, and our first horror movies came during that time. Now almost 40 years later Hollywood has gone back to that time to remake many of our favorite films, or steal some of the ‘80s magic to create new shows. So it seems like the perfect time to bring “In Search of Darkness” to horror fans!   This is one hell of a documentary at just over 4 hours long! Why so long…because it goes year by year instead of just talking about ’80s horror in general. Yes, there’s some talk about the time period in general, but the real work here is done going year by year. They point out many of our favorite movies, and probably some that the audience forgot about.   They bring


Where The Scary Things Are Episode 21: DIE YOU ZOMBIE BASTARDS with Director Caleb Emerson and Splatterhead from Los Gatos Locos Probably our craziest review yet, DIE YOU ZOMBIE BASTARDS. We speak to director/producer Caleb Emerson and Chuck Splatterhead from Los Gatos Locos. Muse gives her top Zombie Scenes in her Sinister 6. Creature Feature of the Week with Chris the Creature reviews Amityville Horror A New Generation. HorrO gives the 666 Rundown.  Apple Spotify Web Network


Five strangers converge at a haunted movie theater owned by The Projectionist. Once inside, the audience members witness a series of screenings showing there deepest fears and darkest secrets over five tales.  Starring: Mickey Rourke, Richard Chamberlain, and Adam Godley Directed by: Alejandro Brugues, Joe Dante, Mick Garris, Ryuhei Kitamura, and David Slade Written by: Sandra Becerril, Alejandro Brugues, Lawrence C. Connolly, Mick Garris, Richard Christian Matheson, and David Slade     Less and less people are going to the cinema these days, and opting instead to watch movies on VOD, Netflix, etc. Older theaters are closing up leaving just a shell of themselves behind. One of those theaters seems to be Nightmare Cinema, although it’s still able to pull a few souls thru its doors. Unfortunately for them, there’s still one person working at the theater, who intends on keeping them their forever!   This anthology of horror starts off with ‘The Thing in the Woods.’


  “20 Seconds to Live” is a web series made up of several short horror films. Each film has its own characters, and twist. The audience watches a brief set up, but when the timer hits the screen someone will die in 20 seconds. There really are no happy endings here!   The first of the fours films that will be mentioned here is called “Inspiration.” A scientist believes she’s successfully created a machine for time travel. In her excitement, she says goodbye to her boyfriend, and gets in the machine. Her boyfriend is left staring at a board with all her mathematical work on it. The timer starts, and leaves this with a very chilling end.   The next film is called “Fish.” Who knew a film with a man, and a fish could be so much fun. It’s the holidays and the man has brought home a fish in a bag as a present. As he sets up the bowl, the fish decides to try and escape. He’s a slippery little sucker, and creates a game of hot potato as the timer begins to tick!   “Daddy’s Girl” is


Episode 20: The Gingerdead Man with Halloween Baking Champion Karl Fong Food Networks Halloween Holiday Baking Championship Winner Karl Fong Joins us for a quick interview and discusses the behind the scenes of the show. MonsterMash Ken, Muse and Killer Kacy review The Gingerdead Man. Sinster 6 with Muse: Memorable Food Scenes. Creepy Chronicles with Killer Kacy. Creature Feature of the Week with Chris The Creature: Werewolf In A Girls Dormitory. 666 Promote Horror Rundown with HorrO returns to give us the latest News in the Horror World. Apple Spotify IHeart Web


Examines the infamous homoerotic subtext and the special place the film holds in the Nightmare franchise as well as the gay film canon. Partly in thanks to evolving social mores, Nightmare on Elm Street 2 - which was considered controversial at the time of its release - is now being looked back upon with a new appreciation and fondness by horror aficionados and fans of the series. Starring: Mark Patton, Cecil Baldwin, and Marshall Bell Directed by: Roman Chimienti, and Tyler Jensen   First off, much credit to Mark Patton for doing a documentary so focused on his personal life. Yes, there’s talk about the movie, but this really dives deep into his life before, during, and after “Nightmare on Elm Street 2.” The experiences he went through weren’t easy, and must have been hard to revisit. On the other hand, it seems like he’s gotten some relief from this documentary, and now has found his way back into the Nightmare fandom.   Depending on where this movie falls in you