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July 16, 2018 01:00 AM PDT
After last week’s milestone show we return to our regular schedule to discuss the latest entry in The Purge franchise. Which is the earliest chronologically. Called The First Purge. But it’s the second Purge film we’ve covered for the show. Things are about to get confusing. As well as that fun discussion we also talk about the confusing and quite frankly bad news of a Child’s Play reboot that is about to go into production. We go over what this means for a franchise we have often praised for keeping it’s canon in order for some many years. Finally to end the show we have some brief thoughts on Season 2 of Westworld after Matt marathoned through the show. We may never watch or bring up the show again at this point. The First Purge is available in cinemas worldwide now Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod Email us: SuperHorrorBrosPodcast@gmail.com **Please take the time to review & rate us on iTunes or your podcast service of choice. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for potential listeners to find us. Thanks!**
July 04, 2018 03:19 PM PDT
This is it! The big one has arrived. We celebrate our 100th episode in style with a bumper show featuring a whole host of fun stuff to talk about. Firstly we discuss the FrightFest 2018 lineup. Our plans for the festival and we hope to see you all there in August. Then we dive into the main topic of the show; Rob Zombie films. The highs and lows of his filmography certainly make for an interesting discussion as we reveal our definite and correct ranking of his 7 feature films that I’m sure no one will disagree with. Finally we end the show by going over some Twitter questions and comments celebrating this milestone and thank everyone who has ever listened to the show. That’s you! Thank you for listening to our crazy show. Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod Email us: SuperHorrorBrosPodcast@gmail.com **Please take the time to review & rate us on iTunes or your podcast service of choice. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for potential listeners to find us. Thanks!**
June 27, 2018 02:04 PM PDT
Lots of exciting stuff to get through this week so let’s do it! We are on the eve of the full lineup announcement of FrightFest 2018 at the time of recording and we couldn’t be more pumped. On next week’s show we will go over the full lineup and which films get us the most excited. The hype train suffers a slight delay as Three From Hell has been confirmed for 2019 but that won’t stop the hype. This week’s film sees the long awaited return of Pascal Laugier and his latest project; Incident in a Ghostland. With Martyrs in your back catalogue there carries a lot of expectation and we give a spoiler free verdict on what we think of this interesting horror film. To end the show we give our impressions on the first 3 episodes of Westworld - Season 2. Suffice to say we are disappointed. Incident in a Ghostland is available on demand services worldwide now Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod Email us: SuperHorrorBrosPodcast@gmail.com **Please take the time to review & rate us on iTunes or your podcast service of choice. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for potential listeners to find us. Thanks!**
June 18, 2018 05:08 PM PDT
Guess who’s back? Back again. After a short break we return with a whole host of interesting horror related treats to talk about this week. First we finally give our verdict on the Halloween trailer which we’re sure you have seen so far. Trailers seem to be the flavour of the week as we also discuss trailers for other upcoming films; with Unfriended: Dark Web being our pick of the bunch. Then it’s time for our film of the week as we discuss the most talked about horror film of the year so far. Hereditary didn’t look like it would be our kind of film but with a lot of buzz and certainly some secrets hiding in some misleading marketing; will we be surprised with a film being regarded by many as the scariest in decades? To end the show we briefly mention a few things that got our attention at E3 2018. Mostly the first footage and release date of Resident Evil 2 remake. You can imagine the reaction this one got from us. Hereditary is available in cinemas worldwide now Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod
June 04, 2018 04:55 PM PDT
We took a break from cinema releases this week to go back and discuss a Netflix film which got our attention when it was released earlier this month. Cargo is the latest horror film to arrive on our favorite streaming service and when you combine zombies with Martin Freeman; you get a film we couldn’t carry on living our lives without talking about. Also we touch on the news of a few major departures on The Walking Dead and how we think it will impact the show. The hype slowly starts for the first Halloween trailer that is going to drop on friday. And also we discuss the very sad news that The Crow reboot with Jason Momoa has seemingly collapsed before it truly got going. Cargo is available on Netflix worldwide now Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod
May 26, 2018 04:44 PM PDT
We fight the flu to bring you your regular scheduled horror podcast. Breaking In is the main topic of discussion this week as we discuss this home invasion film that seems to have completely flown under the radar and we question why that is. The SHB Hype Train finally has news to talk about as Rob Zombie has been teasing some screenshots from 3 From Hell but we also discuss the sad news that the film may not arrive this year. Finally, we end this week’s show with a brief spoiler free chat about 13 Reasons Why Season 2 and how it struggles to balance the line between being a very important social tool and also an entertaining piece of television. Breaking In is available in cinemas worldwide now Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod
May 16, 2018 04:03 PM PDT
A film that we’ve been very excited to watch, Revenge, is finally here and we are also here to talk all about it. We go into the style of French horror films, how much blood is too much and even find time to mention Martyrs once or twice. Also this week we talk about the first details on Jordan Peele’s next film and whether it’s a contender for a future hype train. The trailer for the Tremors TV series that got cancelled was released purely to make us sad at what might have been. A Twitter question has us fantasizing about potential remakes that don’t all involve Rob Zombie (though he is mentioned). And finally we end with a brief video game chat as Mike is loving God of War and Matt has some strong feelings having now finished Far Cry 5. Revenge is available in limited cinemas and on demand services worldwide now Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod
May 08, 2018 03:17 PM PDT
Can the sequel curse of 2018 be broken by the sixth entry in the classic monster series known as Tremors? We’re about to find out. Join us as we embark on another adventure with Burt Gummer where he must deal with graboids, ass blasters and Jamie Kennedy yet again in this brand new sequel. A rather timely portion of the news sees us talk about the cancellation of the revived Tremors TV series; which has Kevin Bacon’s bank balance rather sad. The cast of Castle Rock has us very excited for this upcoming show which arrives this summer. And we end this week with an extended discussion/show of love for what is the end of one of our favourite horror TV shows of all time. We love you Ash vs Evil Dead. We’ll never forget you. Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell is available on DVD, Bluray and Digital worldwide now Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod
April 26, 2018 02:15 PM PDT
After a ten year wait; the sequel to one of our all time favourite home invasion films has finally arrived on UK shores. We have seen The Strangers: Prey at Night and give our full impressions which include such topics as how much 80’s pop music is too much and just how awful are some cash grab films? All this and more is covered as we give a strong recommendation on whether you should or should not see this film. Elsewhere we talk about the inevitable but still sad news of the cancellation of Ash vs Evil Dead. And all the Halloween information that's been dropping lately and whether or not we think this film will actually be good. The Strangers: Prey at Night is available in UK cinemas 4th May and worldwide now Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod
April 17, 2018 03:54 PM PDT
This week sees us return to discuss yet another cinema release this month in the form of Truth or Dare. After a fun trailer; we hoped this film could deliver on it’s interesting concept and keep this great run of horror films going. Find out our verdict as we dissect everything this film has to offer from weird smiley faces to rather misleading trailers. Also we discuss the trailer for The Meg which has us scratching our heads at it’s insane budget, IT: Chapter 2 may have found some of it’s new actors and the SHB Hype Train makes a dream become a reality. We end things by briefly talking about a different cinema release we saw that has some amazing horror moments. Truth or Dare is available in cinemas now Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod
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