March 31, 2017
Hello friends! The time has come once again for us to drink too much and jabber through a movie. It's the latest edition of Drunken Cinema!
Today for your viewing pleasure, we have the 1985 cult classic Transylvania 6-5000, which features Jeff Goldblum, Ed Begley, Jr., Michael Richards, and more.
Let's get weird.
March 29, 2017
Greetings once again, friends! In today's episode we review the new film from super group James Gunn (Dawn of the Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy) and Greg McLean (Wolf Creek), titled The Belko Experiment. If you think office work is hell, you have no idea. We also review the latest from Sean Byrne (The Loved Ones), The Devil's Candy, featuring a shirtless metal head Ethan Embry. What more could you want?
In Horror Business, we discuss The Fly, Aliens, new projects from a couple of sitcom stars, and Sean Cunningham's return to the genre. There's also some quick updates on Behind the Mask and Maniac Cop adaptations, and a Real World Horror story about "teeth." You don't want to miss this.
Strap in and prepare for the ride of your life with a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.
March 20, 2017
Disclaimer: This episode was originally supposed to air on Wednesday, March 15. However, the audio files were corrupted. We were able to repair them (by purchasing a brand new hard drive) so here we are. It's still a little choppy in parts, but better late than never. Enjoy.
This episode is the first ever Grave Plot Podcast Vendetta. SkeleTony and Taylor of Terror each forced the other to review a movie that they knew the other person hates, namely Frailty and the 2005 remake of The Amityville Horror. To settle the score, we brought in special guest referee Max Health from 3-2-1 Battle Wrestling, who listeners of the show may recognize as Max Zaleski.
Before we get to the main event, however, we have a discussion about nudity in horror, and cover Horror Business that includes a Real World Horror story about wild nuclear boars. We also discuss a horror version of The Wizard of Oz, a sequel to It, and a new zombie show coming from Netflix. We also talk about a movie about photographs and you'll never guess what movie MoMA is adding to its collection.
Put it in your ears and let it seep into your brain.
March 1, 2017
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.
February 16, 2017
Hello lovers! It's Valentine's Day and we've got the loves of our lives in studio with us for a very special episode. No, we're not talking about our WAGs, we're talking about Sylas Dall and Kodi Reynolds, hosts of The K&S Show podcast and filmmakers behind the upcoming horror flick They Reach.
Today's Real World Horror story is perfect for the occasion, as it's all about dating and hearts. In Horror Business, we have news stories on the three biggest names in the slasher game - Freddy Kruegger, Jason Voorhees, and Michael Myers - as well as updates on a sequel to The Strangers and a Nazi zombie movie from J.J. Abrams's Bad Robot Productions.
We didn't bring you flowers, but we did bring two movie reviews. Today we discuss both the 1981 original, as well as the 2009 remake, of the film My Bloody Valentine. Get it? Sure, lots of podcasts are doing it, but how many others have conversations about ass eating, foot jobs, and dirt orgies? Nobody does it like The Grave Plot Podcast! So cuddle up with a loved one and enjoy.
February 2, 2017
Here we go again. Taylor and Tony get back behind the mic to review a couple of indie horror flicks. First up, we discuss the "based on a true story" film The Axe Murders of Villisca, about a group of paranormal investigators breaking into the real-life scene of one of the most brutal mass murders in history. We also talk about what some have dubbed a slasher icon for a new generation, Pitchfork. Have a listen and hear if we agree.
When it comes to Horror Business, we have a Real World Horror story about cannibal hamsters, plus we have updates on the South Korean horror film The Wailing and the new film from the makers of ABCs of Death. We also take about new details for the new Friday the 13th movie as well as season two of Stranger Things. Finally we tell you all about the new "psychological horror" game based on the classic film Apocalypse Now.
So put us in your ears.
January 18, 2017
Good morrrrrrning, Neverland!
After going off about the Seattle Seahawks, Donald Trump, and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, we finally get down to business. Horror Business, that is. We have a Real World Horror story about an Aussie axe attack, plus updates on new installments of the Child's Play, The Purge, and Jeepers Creepers franchises. And is another Behind the Mask movie on its way? Listen and find out, and also find out who will be directing the big budget Slenderman movie.
Our reviews get bloody, as we review the true story of the Blood Brothers, plus the latest battle in the war between vampires and lycans, Underworld: Blood Wars. So grab some towels and check it out now.
January 4, 2017
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.
December 23, 2016
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Christmas may only come once a year, but the Grave Plot Podcast Christmas special just keeps coming!
In today's second part, we start things out with our annual gift exchange. We don't know why you guys would want to hear that but, you know, it's tradition at this point. We also give a call down under and talk to Australian actor/writer/director Craig Anderson about making horror movies and specifically his new story of yuletide terror, Red Christmas.
Speaking of which, we go on to review of that very movie. Starring Dee Wallace and featuring an aborted killer, this indie film is tearing through the festival circuit like Santa Claus tearing through the Christmas eve sky. So unwrap that massive package and pull out a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast.
December 21, 2016
Ho ho holy shit! Dem Grave Plot boyz be back with a brand new episode for dat ass! This year, all of our Christmas cheer couldn't be contained in just one episode, so dig in to part one now.
Wake up to a nice warm cup of Horror Business, including a Real World Horror story about a game show that sounds more like The Purge than The Price is Right. We also discuss the latest Stephen King adaptation, a film adaptation of the BBC One show Jekyll, a book based on Freddy vs. Jason, a remake of Little Shop of Horrors, and Mike Flanagan's next project.
We also reveal the winner of our Krampus contest and review the crowdfunded indie slasher Secret Santa, from former guest Mikey McMurran. Taylor donated to the cause, was it worth his money? Find out now, and listen for part two this Friday.