All Hallows’ Eve

All Hallows’ Eve

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A gritty and not so great horror anthology redeems itself by the end, propelling its director straight into a career in filmmaking, and potentially bringing us a new horror icon to rival Jason and Freddy. Happy Halloween everyone!

4 Responses

  1. Amelia says:

    Hi Todd and Craig,

    Long time listener since 2016. You’re one of my favorite horror movie podcasts. Thank you for all you time and work.

    I have to agree with you the Terrifier (2016) is the better film, and the first film that I’ve seen by the director. Though I hated the ending/twist of the 2016 film.

    If you’re still taking requests, I was wondering if you could review Mulberry Street (2006), which had been released through After Dark Films that year. It’s one of my favorite early 2000’s horror films that I find gets overlooked in time over similar films like Rec (2007).

    Thank you.

    • toddkuhns says:

      Hi Amelia! Thank you for the kind words. It’s so good to hear from someone who has inexplicably stuck with us for so long. Thank you for the request. I have never heard of Mulberry Street, and I will immediately add it to our request list for the near future. Thanks again for dropping us a note!

  2. Gary says:

    Hey, fellas. I found two Thanksgiving horror films on Hulu, Pilgrim and Flesh & Blood. I know it’s been harder to find Thanksgiving themed movies, so hopefully this helps. If not a member you can do a month free trial to have access to these films.

    • Gary says:

      I hadn’t seen Flesh & Blood when I mentioned it. It’s more Lifetime drama than horror. Pilgrim is straight horror, though.

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