Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Episode 45 - Lost After Dark/The Curse of Downers Grove/Ben Rock

It's time! It's time! It's Grave Plot Podcast time!

We kick off this lengthy episode with our thoughts on the late Wes Craven. He was a legend and has left a Freddy Krueger sized hole in our hearts. In Horror Business, we discuss real world horror stories about a hooded figure in North Carolina leaving meat at playgrounds (UPDATE: mystery solved) and a real life blood rave in Amsterdam (using 1,300 gallons of blood and not the mere 13 gallons that Taylor says in the story). We then discuss a pair of acquisitions by FOX and Warner Brothers, as well as a new exorcism movie from the makers of Starry Eyes, a new graphic novel from John Carpenter, an animated series based on "Castlevania III," and updates on "American Horror Story: Hotel."

We then have a conversation with Ben Rock, creator and director of the web series "20 Seconds to Live." This is longer than our usual interviews, but it's chock-full of good stuff. Ben gets into his experiences in film school, working on The Blair Witch Project, and working with Adam Green and Tom Holland. You should definitely listen to this one.

We close things out with our reviews, and this time around we selected The Curse of Downers Grove, written by "American Psycho" scribe Bret Easton Ellis. It's not quite what we expected, but... actually, just listen for yourself and find out. Our other selection was the 80's throwback slasher Lost After Dark. It's a fun little romp that… why am I telling you all this? Just listen to the episode. You'll like it.



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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Episode 44 - Final Girl/Harbinger Down

Good morning, friends, and welcome back to another episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!

In today's Horror Business, we tackle a couple of real world horror stories, involving serial killing grandmas and ax-wielding clowns. We also discuss some more fictional stories, including updates on Freddy and Jason, as A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th are getting new iterations. So, too, is the Disneyland ride the Tower of Terror, which is being adapted into a movie yet again. Will it live up to the 1997 Steve Guttenberg classic? We discuss. We also discuss new the TV shows "Monstropolis" and "American Horror Story: Hotel."

In our reviews, we cover the directorial debut from Tyler Shields, the revenge thriller Final Girl, starring Abigail Breslin all grown up. Our other review is the crowdfunded practical effects monster movie Harbinger Down with Lance Henriksen.

Enjoy the creamy goodness.



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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Episode 43 - Creep/Dark Was the Night/Dead Peasant Publishing


We hope you're hungry because a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast is served!

Up first we've got a full plate of Horror Business, including (but not limited to) the first ever live televised exorcism, updates on Holliston, Ghostbusters, American Psycho: The Musical, Friday the 13th, Sharknado, and more.

We hope you like your meat rare, because we've got a bloody good interview with Jenz Lund and David Shultis of Dead Peasant Publishing, the creators of the pumpkin-flavored horror comic Blood & Gourd.

For our main course, we've got reviews of the Mark Duplass found footage film Creep, as well as Dark Was the Night, starring Kevin Durand.

So grab a knife and fork and dig in!

P.S. The episode gets a little choppy at points. We're not sure what happened. Sorry. :\



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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Episode 42 - The Stranger/Exeter/LuchaGore Productions

We're back and on the attack! In today's Horror Business, we talk about a famous director who lost his head, the upcoming remakes of Cujo and Ghostbusters, new directors for everybody, and a tale of Muppet murder most foul. We also discuss the future of the Evil Dead, The Dark Tower, Blade, Hannibal, and Dead Island franchises.

We get back into the swing of interviews with three very exciting guests. We sat down with Raynor Shima, Luke Bramley, and Gigi Saul Guerrero of LuchaGore Productions. We discuss their past, present, and future including their projects such as Madre de Dios, El Gigante, and Choose Your Victim. We also discuss how the company got its start and their relationship with the Soska sisters.

In our reviews, we tackle the Eli Roth-produced thriller The Stranger (VOD), as well as Exeter - aka Backmask aka The Asylum - the latest from director Marcus Nispel. So listen up, you primitive screwheads!



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Monday, July 20, 2015

GPP kills it on Video Game Break LIVE (get it?)

Our friend Carlos Rodela recently had a live episode of his Video Game Break podcast at Raygun Lounge in Seattle. Included in the guest list was your favorite horror-movie-talking, dick-joke-making, whiskey-and-Mountain-Dew-swilling smart asses, SkeleTony and Taylor of Terror. Listen and enjoy.



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