Happy Thanksgiving! On this episode of Monster Men, Hunter surprises Jack with a Thanksgiving meal like you’ve never seen before. In the spirit of our wine and pumpkin ale tasting episodes, we decided this year to shift our focus to food. (If you can call it that.)
This scary meal consists of things like canned, green boiled peanuts, canned chicken Vienna sausages, turkey baby food, and avocado & pea baby food, pickled turnips, toddler meatloaf & potatoes and some Spam and donuts for dessert. It’s disgusting… and pretty amusing to watch these two knuckleheads put this in their mouths.
So, pull up a chair and join us for the most terrifying Thanksgiving meal ever.
In the final Monster Men of the year we turn our attention to one of the most beloved categories of horror, the slasher! This time we discuss Hunter Shea’s list of must see slasher movies. You’ll find a lot of familiar faces on our list, and a few of them may even have masks on.
The films discussed include; Psycho, Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, My Bloody Valentine, The Burning and more. Since these lists a 100% objective, you must have an opinion on the subject. Which of these movies have you seen? What did we leave off the list? Which of these movies have you seen? What did we leave off the list? What are your favorites? Join the conversation! Enjoy the show and for god sakes, don’t go in the woods alone!
Let’s get caught up with the latest episodes of Monster Men. We finally made it back into Studio 13 for a few shows.
Episode 84 features our Christopher Lee Tribute and horror movie reviews of the vampire comedy What We Do In the Shadows and the werewolf flicks Wolf Cop and Late Phases.
It’s Monster Men episode 83! This time we’re discussing It Follows, Maggie, Zombeavers and Girl House. You won’t want to miss this show or these flicks.