Episode #41

Originally aired October 29, 2022.


You can download the video version of this episode from the Odysee website.


tuativenatined [Odysee]

I am Toots!

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Squish, Bug out to these 23 movies for Halloween [Entertainment Weekly]

From Arachnophobia to Them!, we've rounded up some of the greatest, grossest insect movies of all time.


Scary Stories From Reddit That’ll Keep You Up All Night [Horror Land]

The worlds a pretty weird place, and here to prove that are handful of terrifying true stories that have emerged from the pages of Reddit. These stories are dark, disturbing and will 100% keep you up at night.


Alexanderthetitan [Odysee]

I see the darkness.


Metacritic’s Top 100 Horror Movies by User Score [Metacritic]


Spooky Fun for the Family 15 Great Halloween Movies for Scaredy Cats [Bloody Disgusting]

Many of us have people in our lives who just aren’t as into horror as we are. Come October, it is tempting to simply hide away, shunning them for a month as we indulge in our favorite genre, as we no doubt will do at least some of the time. But then, they may be open to getting into the Halloween spirit at least a little bit.

For that, there are a number of terrific movies that take place on and around the holiday that are not out of the question for the squeamish. Some fit comfortably into the horror genre and some are far from it, but all beautifully capture the essence of the season.

So, here are a few of our favorite family Halloween movies to get you and the scaredy cat in your life into the Halloween mood for spooky season…


Top 10 Iconic Monsters 1920-1950 [Horror Obsessive]

Monsters. They are the heart and soul of every single horror movie. Whether they’re created in a lab, are a haunted house possessed by demons, or a deranged scarred maniac stalking your dreams, without monsters at the forefront horror movies would just be about a group of people doing everyday things with no imminent threat to their welfare. And we couldn’t have that now, could we? So in celebration of the ghouls, the beasts, and the things that go bump in the night, I’ve decided to compile a list—or three, depending on how well this one goes—celebrating what I consider to be the Top 10 Iconic Monsters from a specific period.

Now, remember, this is my own opinion and even though I doubt everyone reading this will agree with me, I’m not trying to put the cat among the proverbial pigeons with my choices. Yet having spent the best part of half a century—or at least from an age where I knew what scary ass monsters were—hiding behind sofas and pillows, drinking in the late-night madness glaring out at me from my TV screen, I feel as if I have enough knowledge to at least offer up who I consider to be the Top 10 Iconic Monsters of All Time.

So let’s step through the door, into the fog, and try not to get eaten along the way.


Elementia Studios [Odysee]

The worst FNAF channel you’ll find. I make parodies, and occasionally I take my content seriously, but don’t expect it too often. Right now I’m working on the Silver Eyes Graphic Novel Dub.

FNAF is rated T for Teen. As such, videos are not made for kids.


Ranking All The Munsters Movies, According to IMDb [Screen Rant]

The teaser for Rob Zombie's movie The Munsters came out recently. There have been many different adaptations of The Munsters since the 1960s original.


Spook Show 17 [Official Website]

To soothe his insecurity, an egotistical innovator decides to make his own reality TV show about how he and his business savvy wife lead a misfit crew to build the craziest, most elaborate haunted house in the galaxy: The 17th Door.

A complete departure from what you know about reality TV, Spook Show 17 is completely authentic, obnoxiously irreverent, and flat out hilarious. Follow this team’s journey through 14 episodes of design, build, casting, and operating, where you will see behind the scenes what it takes to truly scare the shit out of people.


Best Similar – Find Similar Movies and TV Shows [Official Website]

Welcome to our recommendation service of finding similar movies, which will help you in choosing the next movie or TV show.

To find a next movie for watching, enter the title of the film you like in the form below and similar movies will be displayed. The lists are generated automatically, taking into consideration different parameters of movies and using suggestions and expert assessments ("hand picked").

The formula of selecting movies is constantly improving, so don’t be upset if already watched films are displayed in the list of similar movies. Subscribe to watch new films you haven’t seen yet and which you’ll definitely like.

Also you can choose a movie to watch on the subject you are interested in. We divided all themes into several groups: Style, Plot, Audience, Time and Place.

On the tag page, all movies are sorted by relevance in which they refer to the theme. You can also quickly select only the best or newest from them using different sorts.


Typical Books [Odysee]

Welcome! I review horror books and sometimes dip into nonfiction and true crime.

Typical Books is hosted by Lydia Peever; Canadian horror author, podcast host, and a voracious reader. You may have read my vampire novel 'Nightface' or some of my short work in various anthologies like The Wicked Library or my ongoing collections, 'Pray Lied Eve'.

Find my books and more at https://typicalbooks.com/


How a Classic Star Trek Episode Influenced The Purge [Comic Book Resources]

"The Return of the Archons," a classic episode of the original Star Trek, played a huge role in the creation of The Purge.


The Top 10 Shark Movies [Horror News Network]

Throughout the history of horror movies there is one monster that has remained the most real and most frightening of them all. Freddy, Jason, and Michael can’t touch the terror that strikes peoples when a shark is near. Jaws taught us to fear the water, and it’s tag “You’ll never go in the water again” struck a cord with movie goes everywhere. It’s been almost 45 years since Jaws hit the theaters and keep people off the beaches, but today’s filmmakers are expanding the shark universe and taking them out of the water. In recent times, we’ve seen sharks invade tornadoes, snowstorms, and now you are not even safe in your own house.


Terrifier 2 Basks in the Glory of Its Own Overkill [Paste Magazine]

Terrifier 2 was always going to be too long, too brutal, too insane. When its 148-minute runtime was revealed earlier this year, and horror fans learned that Damien Leone’s long-awaited sequel to his 2016 killer clown film would run almost a full hour longer than its predecessor, some were surprised. How could a film like this possibly justify running that long? What could be left to say that 90 minutes couldn’t hold?


Faust (1926) Full Movie [Wikipedia]

Faust – A German Folktale (German: Faust – Eine deutsche Volkssage) is a 1926 silent film produced by Ufa, directed by F. W. Murnau, starring Gösta Ekman as Faust, Emil Jannings as Mephisto, Camilla Horn as Gretchen/Marguerite, Frida Richard as her mother, Wilhelm Dieterle as her brother and Yvette Guilbert as Marthe Schwerdtlein, her aunt. Murnau's film draws on older traditions of the legendary tale of Faust as well as on Goethe's classic 1808 version. Ufa wanted Ludwig Berger to direct Faust, as Murnau was engaged with Variety; Murnau pressured the producer and, backed by Jannings, eventually persuaded Erich Pommer to let him direct the film.

Faust was Murnau's last German film, and directly afterward he moved to the US under contract to William Fox to direct Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927); when the film premiered in the Ufa-Palast am Zoo in Berlin, Murnau was already shooting in Hollywood. It has been praised for its special effects and is regarded as an example of German Expressionist film.



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