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April 08, 2020 01:00 AM PDT
While we continue to live out our remaining days in lockdown we are once again here to discuss the latest films that hit on demand services with cinemas just a fading memory at this point. After Midnight features one Jeremy Gardner who we are starting to see a lot of for films on this show and this time stars in a film that sounded interesting based on the premise alone. With a full Arrow Video bluray treatment coming later we had to watch this latest film to hopefully entertain us during these weird times we live in. Elsewhere this week; NOS4A2 Season 2 gets a premiere date, at least for people living in the US. Some big releases get new release dates which we pray actually happen. And we have finally played Resident Evil 3 and dive right into the good and bad of this remake before we talk spoilers at a later date. After Midnight is available on digital 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!**
April 01, 2020 01:00 AM PDT
Continuing to fill the void amid cinema closure and numerous film delays; we are back with another film available on streaming services. Bloodline piqued our interest after it’s screening at last year’s FrightFest and we’re glad to finally have found the time to talk about this very interesting looking film. Sean William Scott playing a serial killer? That’s all we needed to know. Elsewhere this week, the very sad news of the passing of Stuart Gordon has us praising his impact on the horror genre. Sony gets on the delay bandwagon and removes it’s 2020 releases off the calendar. And ending the show this week Matt has finally seen an 80’s classic and Mike continues to watch weird old stuff because what else would we expect at this point. Bloodline is available on Netflix UK & other digital 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!**
March 25, 2020 01:00 AM PDT
As lockdown continues so do we with another new film to talk about as rather unsurprisingly we look to digital platforms to keep us entertained while the outside world is put on hold. This week sees us discuss Guns Akimbo which brings us another Samara Weaving performance as she continues to be one of the most prolific workers in the genre today. Daniel Radcliffe going full crazy with guns bolted to his hands. And a banging soundtrack to boot. Everything you need to keep you safe during impending doom. Elsewhere this week; the inevitable but sad news of Spiral’s delay isn’t enough to damper our mood. And we answer questions about horror manga/anime and the best ever horror masks. I’m sure this won’t be a contentious one. Guns Akimbo is available on digital 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!**
March 18, 2020 01:00 AM PDT
What a crazy 7 days the last week has been. Amidst all the madness; we are here to discuss the latest horror release to hit cinemas and the last for the foreseeable future. After already causing controversy prior to release; The Hunt is now out for people to make up their own mind about and we give our verdict on a film which will certainly be remembered going forward. Elsewhere this week; the news section is unsurprisingly dominated by the effect the Coronavirus is having and going to have on both the horror world and this podcast going forward with films being postponed indefinitely and productions being shut down. Though we do have some more positive news also as one of our favorite directors has a film scheduled for release this year which we had no idea about and we get excited for his sophomore effort. And finally Scream 5 is seemingly getting closer to becoming a reality and we discuss our thoughts on this surprise sequel. The Hunt is available in cinemas worldwide now and digitally from 24th March Follow us on Twitter @SHBPod Email us: SuperHorrorBrosPodcast@gmail.com
March 11, 2020 01:00 AM PDT
Before we return with a big marque horror release at the end of the month; we are back to discuss the latest film to feature one of favourite actors working in the genre today. You know when Richard Brake is there we will be there and so now comes to time to discuss The Dare. With some definite Saw vibes and influences we are very interested in this new indie horror film. Elsewhere this week; The Last of Us is getting a HBO series adaptation which certainly sounds more promising than the failed attempts at a film so far. Ending the show we have a discussion regarding the ongoing issues with modern trailers and how to solve the problem with something we ultimately really enjoy watching and getting hyped for upcoming films. And the seminal classic Microwave Massacre gets a worthy discussion once again. The Dare is available on digital 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!**
March 04, 2020 01:00 AM PST
2020 starts here guys. After a pretty quiet start to the year so far in the horror world we are back to discuss the first big theatrical horror release of 2020. Leigh Whannell already made us huge fans with the likes of Saw and more recently Upgrade, but can he bring back a classic character and reinvent for a whole new audience? He certainly has the right cast to do it. We give our full spoiler free review of this film and let’s just say this will leave an impact on us for a while. Elsewhere this week; we kick off the show with our first reaction to the Candyman trailer that dropped last week. This looks to be one of the most interesting films coming later this year. Matt has finished Netflix’s Locke and Key and gives his final verdict on the show. And Mike went back to watch a rare unseen Wes Craven film for us on the show and maybe that was best left forgotten. The Invisible Man 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!**
February 26, 2020 01:00 AM PST
They made a sequel to The Boy? You are actually correct. Not only that but we’ve seen it and now we’re here to talk about it. After a pretty crazy twist ending to the previous film; can they build upon it in any interesting ways and deliver a fun sequel? We shall find out. The original film was one of the first films we ever covered for the show so it’s pretty wild to be where we are today talking about a sequel in 2020. Elsewhere this week. Run gets a very cool looking trailer from an impressive director. Eli Roth gets a very disappointing new project. The first trailer for Candyman is just around the corner and the hype train is in motion. To end the show we answer an interesting question on whether our opinion has drastically changed on a film after rewatching it. Brahms: The Boy II 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!**
February 19, 2020 01:00 AM PST
Back to on demand services this week after a rare foray this year into the cinema last week sees us return to discuss the latest Fangoria Presents film. Having already covered Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich and Satanic Panic from Fangoria now comes the follow up from Joe Begos who brought us the trippy as hell Bliss late last year. With a promise of plenty of gore if the previously mentioned films is anything to go by; let’s get bloody together. Elsewhere this week; Stranger Things drops a surprisingly teaser out of nowhere which does it’s job of keeping up excited for what’s to come. Matt finished watching all the Saw films once again and remains upbeat despite subjecting himself to The Final Chapter once again. And for some reason Mike watched Ghoulies 2. Don’t ask me why. VFW is available on digital 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!**
February 12, 2020 01:00 AM PST
We are back in the cinema for only the second time this year as we reconvene to discuss the latest big budget attempt at a disaster horror hybrid. Will this one achieve where so many have failed? And just how much money can you throw a one project? Let’s find out. Elsewhere this week; Sam Raimi gets back in the director’s chair for the first time in a very long while. Jennifer Tilly seems to be confirmed for the Chucky TV series. The Hunt finally gets another release date. And Parasite infects the Oscars in a good way. Closing out the show we debate the highs and lows of TV vs Film and whether most TV shows are worth the considerable time afforded to them. Underwater 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!**
February 05, 2020 03:50 PM PST
We react to THAT trailer for the new SAW movie. Strap in. It's gonna be a fun 3 months.
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