Sexy French cannibals, discussed in depth.
A deep dive into the low budget but big concept British zombie film.
A deep dive into the most anticipated horror series of the year, Mike Flanagan's follow-up to The Haunting of Hill House.
A deep dive (spoiler-free and spoilerific) into Saint Maud AND an interview with writer-director Rose Glass and actor Morfydd Clark.
An ode to goth style icon Tiffany from Bride of Chucky and a debate on what makes dolls so creepy.
A journey from the penis-poop monsters of Splice to the most devastating alien you'll meet in Under the Skin.
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.
A bonus episode (spoiler-free and spoiler-ific) covering the new Netflix series Ratched, starring Sarah Paulson as a monster in the making.
An episode full of dick jokes, WAP puns and some serious discussion about the vagina dentata themed horror-comedy.
A deep dive into the controversial cannibal erotic horror by Claire Denis, with a stunning performance by Béatrice Dalle.
A bonus episode discussing the new, nightmarish film Koko-di, Koko-da. PLUS an interview with writer-director Johannes Nyholm.
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.
We discuss the films (and monsters) that set off two massive horror trends: Ju-On and The Ring.
A deep-dive into Species (1993) and The Faculty (1998). AKA, lady aliens from the nineties.
A deep dive into a lady zombie double bill of Brian Yuzna-directed gore: Bride of Re-Animator (1990) and Return of the Living Dead III (1993).
A mad double-bill of female reimagings of Frankenstein: The Bride (1985) and Frankehooker (1990).
We deep-dive into Aliens (1986), one of the most acclaimed and beloved sci-fi horror films of all-time.
A bonus episode discussing the brand new Zoom-horror Host.
A double-bill of 1980s monsters: Paul Schrader's erotic horror Cat People (1982) and the horror comedy Vamp (1986), with a knock out performance by Grace Jones.
An in depth discussion about the themes of motherhood, pregnancy, divorce and the monstrous feminine in David Cronenberg's The Brood (1979).
A deep dive into the iconic adaptation of Carrie, a bullied teenage girl who discovers she has telekinetic powers.
A double-bill of she-creature features, the sultry Curse of the Cobra (1955) and exploitation The Wasp Woman (1959).
A discussion about two sequels to two iconic horror monsters: Bride of Frankenstein and Dracula’s Daughter.
We're back! In this first episode of our new season, we’ll be talking about a double-bill of Panther Women.
Introducing our second season, a journey through the monstrous feminine.
To wrap our season on witches, Becky Darke joins Anna to rank their top 13 witches from film and TV.
Anna is joined by film writer, critic and historian Pamela Hutchison to talk about the delightful 1942 comedy I Married A Witch, where screen icon Veronica Lake plays a playful sorceress.
Anna is joined by horror fan and podcaster Ally Penelope to discuss the British witch horror Burn, Witch, Burn! aka Night of the Eagle, where a skeptical professor discovers that his wife dabbles in black magic.
Anna is joined by presenter, producer and podcaster Louise Blain for a deep dive into Lucky McKee's The Woods (2006), an atmospheric horror about a girls boarding school.
Anna is joined by Tara Judah to discuss the film that traumatised a generation, Nic Roeg's The Witches (1990).
Anna is joined by film and culture writer Beatriz Loayza to discuss Mario Bava's atmospheric witch film Black Sunday, which sees a devious witch wreck havoc on her descendants from beyond the grave.
Anna is joined by The Hollywood Reporter's critic Inkoo Kang to discuss the stylish, witch drama-horror-satire The Love Witch.
Anna is joined by presenter, producer and podcaster Louise Blain to discuss the supernatural chiller The Autopsy of Jane Doe, the power of rituals, and the creepiest bell sound ever.
Anna is joined by film critic, writer and programmer Alexandra Heller-Nicholas to discuss Luca Guadagnino's take on Suspiria, his influences, inspirations and the dance horror of it all.
Anna is joined by broadcaster Rowena Alice Lewis to discuss the underseen George A. Romero occult drama, Season of the Witch (1973), its themes, characters and unexpected influence on The Craft.
A bonus episode about The Invisible Man (2020), an update on the classic H.G. Wells story with a distinctly modern twist, PLUS an interview with writer-director Leigh Whannell.
Anna is joined by film producer Jen Handorf to dig into Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story: Coven, it's themes, inspirations and Stevie Nicks.
A bonus episode about the new film by director Jessica Hausner, the plant-based sci-fi horror Little Joe. Anna is joined by broadcaster Rowena Alice Lewis to discuss the film, followed by a special interview with lead actress Emily Beecham.
Anna is joined by film critic Rhianna Dhillon to discuss the romcom horror Practical Magic (1998), an extremely nineties mix of witch movie, supernatural horror and romantic comedy.
Anna is joined by The Independent's chief film critcic Clarisse Loughrey to discuss Dario Argento's witch horror classics, Suspiria (1977) and its follow-up, Inferno (1980).
Anna is joined by podcaster Mary Wild to go in depth into Drag Me To Hell (2009), how it talks about ambition, taking up space, eating disorders, PornHub as curated by Barbara Creed and whether Mrs. Ganush is a witch or not.
Anna is joined by film writer Millicent Thomas to discuss the newest season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, female solidarity, ambition in young women, erasure, the politics of Hell and the pretty boys that populate Greendale.
Anna is joined by Watershed's Tara Judah and Thea Berry discuss the childhood favourite Hocus Pocus (1993), its adult appeal, the overwhelming Bette Midler-ness of Bette Midler and the exaggerated witchiness of the Sanderson sisters.
Anna is joined by BAFTA-nominated writer and director Nat Luurtsema to discuss the impact, legacy and witch credentials of found footage horror The Blair Witch Project (1999).
Anna is joined by podcaster and Buffy connoisseur Becky Darke to discuss how witches are presented in the cult TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003). Expect a full sweep of the series, focusing on the witchcraft mythology and the evolution of the show’s main witch, Willow Rosenberg, who over the course of seven seasons transforms from a shy, studious girl into the most powerful witch in the Buffyverse.