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A Taste of Blood (1967) + The Velvet Vampire (1971)

A double-bill of vampire exploitation. Includes groovy tunes and vampire brandy.

The Hunger (1983)

In honour of David Bowie, we dive into the vampire love triangle goth classic The Hunger.

XMAS SPECIAL • Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

A jumbo episode of joy, vampires, and insane filmmaking that somehow works. Merry Christmas from Dracula and his peak gothic cosy stylings.

The Addiction (1995)

We celebrate 25 years of Abel Ferrara's philosophical take on the vampire with a deep dive into his film The Addiction.

Let's Scare Jessica to Death (1971) + Vampyros Lesbos (1971)

Two 1970s gemes: an eerie take on the vampire and Jess Franco's ode to tits and fangs.

Blacula (1972) + Ganja & Hess (1973)

In today’s episode, we’re diving into two very different 1970s films that center Black vampires.

Possessor (2020)

A deep dive (spoiler-free and spoilerific) into Possessor.

Interview with Brandon Cronenberg (Possessor)

A spoiler-free conversation with the writer/director of Possessor, Brandon Cronenberg.

Daughters of Darkness (1971) + The Blood Spattered Bride (1972)

A deep dive into two stellar 70s lesbian vampire horror gems.

Nosferatu (1922) + Nosferatu, the Vampyre (1979)

A deep dive into the beauty and influence of the original screen vampires, F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu, and the 1970s reimagining by Werner Herzog.

Dracula (1931) + Horror of Dracula (1958) + Dracula (1979)

Kicking off our series on vampires, we dive into a Dracula triple-bill.

Introducing... Vampires

Introducing our new series exploring the vampire in horror cinema.

Relic (2020)

A in-depth discussion about the dementia horror, Relic.

His House (2020)

An in depth discussion about the highly original haunted house horror, His House.

The Craft: Legacy (2020)

An in depth, and savage, discussion about The Craft Legacy.

The Lure (2015) + The Siren (2019)

The final episode of this series dives deep into a killer mermaid double-bill.

Raw (2016)

Sexy French cannibals, discussed in depth.

The Girl with All the Gifts (2016)

A deep dive into the low budget but big concept British zombie film.

Haunting of Bly Manor (2020)

A deep dive into the most anticipated horror series of the year, Mike Flanagan's follow-up to The Haunting of Hill House.

Saint Maud (2020) + Interview with Rose Glass & Morfydd Clark

A deep dive (spoiler-free and spoilerific) into Saint Maud AND an interview with writer-director Rose Glass and actor Morfydd Clark.

Bride of Chucky (1998) + Annabelle (2014)

An ode to goth style icon Tiffany from Bride of Chucky and a debate on what makes dolls so creepy.

Splice (2009) + Under the Skin (2013)

A journey from the penis-poop monsters of Splice to the most devastating alien you'll meet in Under the Skin.

Jennifer's Body (2009) + All Cheerleaders Die (2013)

A blessed in depth exploration of two classics of the murder cheerleader canon: Karyn Kusama-Diablo Cody's Jennifer's Body and Lucky McKee's All Cheerleader's Die.

Ratched (2020)

A bonus episode (spoiler-free and spoiler-ific) covering the new Netflix series Ratched, starring Sarah Paulson as a monster in the making.

Teeth (2007)

An episode full of dick jokes, WAP puns and some serious discussion about the vagina dentata themed horror-comedy.

Trouble Every Day (2001)

A deep dive into the controversial cannibal erotic horror by Claire Denis, with a stunning performance by Béatrice Dalle.

Koko-Di, Koko-Da + Interview with Johannes Nyholm

A bonus episode discussing the new, nightmarish film Koko-di, Koko-da. PLUS an interview with writer-director Johannes Nyholm.

Ginger Snaps (2000)

One of the best werewolf horror movies ever turns 20 this year. We're joined by The Faculty of Horror's Alexandra West to unpack it.

Ju-On: The Curse (2000) + The Ring (2002)

We discuss the films (and monsters) that set off two massive horror trends: Ju-On and The Ring.

Species (1995) + The Faculty (1998)

A deep-dive into Species (1993) and The Faculty (1998). AKA, lady aliens from the nineties.

The Final Girls