Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Episode 49 - Knock Knock/The Final Girls/Bleeding Critic

Hello again friends. On this episode of The Grave Plot Podcast, we discuss the Paranormal Activity series, the death of Pazuzu, and a new horror comic. Speaking of comics, we also discuss TV adaptations of several books, both comic and novel. Other topics include a summer camp anthology, a short film adaptation, a long overdue sequel and a completely unnecessary remake.

Plus, top hats.

We got a chance to talk to "the Banksy of horror," film critic and storyteller Bleeding Critic. Bleeding discusses his favorite horror movies, his custom mask, and his website, It's a site where fans have a voice so make sure you check it out.

In our reviews, we discuss the latest from Eli Roth, Knock Knock. It's a home invasion thriller about two beautiful women seducing and torturing the guy from Wyld Stallynz. Our second review is the meta horror-comedy slasher The Final Girls. Is it worth watching from a horror perspective? You'll have to listen to find out.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Episode 48 - Deathgasm/Crimson Peak

We've fully recovered from our Halloween hangover, and it's time to get back to basics. We kick off this episode with a couple real world horror stories, one about zombies and one about a haunted house that may or may not steal people's souls. The rest of our Horror Business features a vampire novel from the man that played Dracula and a really exciting horror museum. We also cover Alien: Paradise Lost (found it), Trick 'r Treat 2, It, and yet another horror anthology coming from a slew of top-shelf horror directors, including Mick Garris and Joe Dante.

For our reviews this episode, we tackle the movie Deathgasm, a New Zealand horror-comedy about black metal demons, as well as Guillermo Del Toro's newest film, Crimson Peak. So turn on, tune in, drop out, and beat off. Wait... ignore that last one.

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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Octoberama 2015, Vol. 4: Hellions/Tales of Halloween/Casey Ruggieri

Octoberama 2015 comes to a close with our annual Halloween special.

We kick off Horror Business with a real world horror story that may be the beginning of the end for life on Earth. How's that for a hook? We then move on to discuss the new Friday the 13th video game, and not one, not two, but THREE different comic books being adapted for the screen. We go on to talk about Shout! Factory's plan to make original content and have some bad news for fans of reboots. Do those exist?

We then go on to talk to Casey Ruggieri, one of the stars of the new horror anthology Tales of Halloween. Casey talks about about her interest in horror, tells some on-set stories, and gives us some hints about what her future holds.

Speaking of Tales of Halloween, it's one of our reviews this episode! That makes sense, right? Halloween episode, Tales of Halloween, you get the idea. But wait, there's more! There's another new Halloween themed movie out called Hellions and we go on to review that one as well.

Before we take off into the night, Man Crates, the creators of awesome gifts for men that come in a big crate you have to open with a crowbar, asked us this question: what would we need in a crate to last a whole horror movie? We relay some of the best answers from listeners and give our own answers as well.

We then close things out with a festive round of Plot Holes before heading off to our annual Halloween party. So put this audio candy in your pumpkin bucket and enjoy. Happy Halloween!

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Sunday, October 25, 2015

The Campout

Halloween is here and it's time for another short from Grave Plot Films!

This year we decided to cut the comedy (mostly) and just go right for the jugular with a straight-up slasher short film we call "The Campout." We worked in association with Rotten Cupcake Productions and music was provided by Purple Planet ( We hope you like it.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Octoberama 2015, Vol. 3: The Burning/Friday the 13th, Part VI: Jason Lives

Octoberma gets a new twist with the first ever Week of the Slasher!

We start things off by reviewing the 1981 story of Cropsey, The Burning. Contrary to Taylor's statement, there were no sequels. There were, however, many sequels to Friday the 13th, the best of which was part six, Jason Lives, which we also review.

FInally, we have a mini-review of the new short film from former guests LuchaGore Productions, "Madre De Dios," starring another former guest Tristan Risk.

So grab something sharp and get ready to chase down some half naked campers with The Grave Plot Podcast.

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