Stephen King: Let’s Talk About the King of Horror – Monster Men Ep: 135

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Hail to the king! On this episode of Monster Men, we discuss the movies and some of the books of Stephen King. While he is an undisputed legend of the genre, and a genius, not all of his films and novels are created equal.

This show, as with many Monster Men episodes, was completely spontaneous, so what you get is an honest, barroom conversation about the highs and lows of the King filmography… in our opinion, of course.

Movies and books discussed include Salem’s Lot, The Mist, Cujo, PerSemetary, It, Firestarter, Misery, Stand By Me, The Tommyknockers, The Night Flyer, Carrie, The Shawshank Redemption, The Shining, The Green Mile, Delores Claiborne, Creepshow, 1408, Children of the Corn, The Dead Zone, Maximum Overdrive, The Shawshank Redemption, Christine and more.

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Summertime Horror Movies – Monster Men Ep. 130

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We are back with and we’ve got a ton of summer themed horror movies to keep you entertained when you need to get out of the hot summer sun.

Movies discussed in this episode include JAWS, Bait, The Reef, The Shallows, The Meg, Shark Night 3D, Sleepaway Camp, The Burning, Piranha, Humanoids from the Deep, Blood Sand, Blood Beach, The Lost Boys, The Ruins and more. Put on some sunscreen, grab a boat drink and join us.

What are your favorite summer themed horror movies? And what did we miss?

 

 

Top 10 Slasher Movies to Take a Stab at

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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!

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Ghost Movies To See Before You’re a Ghost

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This week the Monster Men discuss Hunter Shea’s list of must see ghost movies. This top ten list is sure to cause a few arguments, but regardless, there are a lot of great movies here. Jack comments on them all and chimes in with a couple of his own as well.

The list includes, in no particular order; The Haunting, The Shining, The Innocents, Paranormal Activity, Poltergeist, Lady in White, The Entity and The Amityville Horror.

We promise you’ll walk away with a few movies you’ll want to watch and you should get a few laughs while you’re here. So enjoy the show and get ready to sleep with the light on.

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They Rise, Deadpool and Bizarro Fiction

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Monster Men Episode 99: This time on Monster Men we are talking books and movies. First Jack reviews the hilarious superhero romp, Deadpool starring Ryan Reynolds. Then he visits the ghostly gothic Crimson Peak and finishes out the segment with a fun little monster movie on Netflix called Stung.

Then Hunter takes the wheel to discuss the works of Carlton Mellick III, one of the greats in a genre called Bizarro Fiction. His works include such titles as Apeshit and Clusterfuck.

 

Monster Men Episode 98: On this episode of Monster Men we celebrate the latest novel by horror author and Monster Men co-host, Hunter Shea. This time Hunter brings us terror from the deep with his new book THEY RISE. Learn about the amazing ghost shark, the extremely creepy, real life fish that inspired the monsters in this tale.

Monster Men Ep. 97: Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, The Boy and The Forest

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On this episode of Monster Men we review three new horror movies for 2016. First we explore THE FOREST, which takes us on a supernatural trip into the infamous Suicide Forest of Japan. Luckily we have the lovely Natalie Dormer to guide us. Then we turn our attention to some serious literature. Well, as serous as we can get on Monster Men. Next up we have PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES, as the classic novel gets infected with the Z virus, We’ll let you know if it’s worth catching or not. Finally, we discuss THE BOY, starring the stunning Lauren Cohan and one creepy little doll.

We close the show with segment about the new book by Adam Cesare, Zero Lives Remaining. Not only is this a great book, but it has THE COOLEST packaging you’ll ever see for a horror novel.

You can find Adam Cesare at http://www.adamcesare.com

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Top 13 Horror Movies of 2015

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We kick off the New Year with a super-sized episode of Monster Men to count down our lists of the best horror movies of 2015. It was a strong year for horror films and there were a lot of great movies to choose from. We unveil both Hunter and Jack’s lists, and since only three movies appeared on both of their lists, you actually get 23 movie reviews in this one show.

What were your favorites and what do you think of our picks? Let us know. You can read Jack’s picks here and Hunter’s picks here as well.

Movies covered include Hidden, Bone Tomahawk, Gravy, Spring, We Are Still Here, Let Us Prey, The Green Inferno, The Visit, He Never Died, It Follows, The Voices, What We Do in the Shadows, Ex Machina, Orb, Girl House, Almost Mercy, Wyrmwood, Deathgasm, Final Girls, Goodnight Mommy and Creep.

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