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.
It’s October and that means it’s Horrortober here at Monster Men. This time we’ve created a 31 movie watchlist using the cool book “31 Days of Terror: The Game”. This book has compiled hundreds of films by category, and listed them so that you can create a list of movies to watch every day of the month, simply by rolling the dice.
Watch our entire list, just pick a few that pique your interest or better yet, buy the book and make your own list. No matter how you do it, this book is a great resource for finding new, old and different horror movies to watch.
Have fun and don’t forget to tell us about the movies you watch all month. Post your flicks on Twitter and tag it with #Horrortober. You can tag us too if you’d like at @backinjack and @huntershea1
On this episode of Monster Men we discuss the first family of paranormal investigation, Connecticut’s own Ed and Lorraine Warren. The couple that is at the center of The Conjuring cinematic universe, including the Annabelle movies.
Before they were a sensation on the silver stream, these two were blazing a trail as ghost hunters, before ghost hunting was even a thing. We’ve actually attended seminars hosted by the Warrens, and watch countless hours of their content on TV and online.
Join us as we tell stories about our encounters and our thoughts of their legacy in the field of paranormal investigation.
We are going ape for The Planet of the Apes on this episode of Monster Men. We sit down to reminisce about all the Apes films from A to Z… or Apes to Zaius.
This includes: Planet of the Apes (1968) Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970)
Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971)
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972)
Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973)
Planet of the Apes (2001) Remake
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011)
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014)
War for the Planet of the Apes (2017)
We also touch on the TV show and the absolute Ape-mania that gripped the country in the early seventies. If you have an affinity for all things Apes, you’ll go bananas for this one.
Fins to the left! Fins to the right! Just in time for Sharnado 5: Global Swarming, the Monster Men present a look back at some of the best and worst shark movies through the years. Naturally, we start with JAWS, the crown jewel, or crown fin of shark movies, and from there we cover such classics as Deep Blue Sea, Bait, Mako, Blue Water, White Death, Two-Headed Shark attack and more.
We also discuss a few new shark books including Sharkwater Beach by Tim Meyer, Shark Island by Chris Jameson and Megalodon in Paradise by some guy named Hunter Shea.
You’re gonna need a bigger boat for this episode.
Plus, we are happy to announce that we have launched FINAL GUYS, a new podcast available on iTunes and our website. We have joined forces with our friend Jason Brant from the So Bad It’s Good show and Drinking with Jason. Each week we discuss a featured movie, generally horror, but we also cover superhero movies, sci-fi and other genre favorites. Please check it out and spread the word.
Let’s get you caught up on your Monster Men shows.
Here’s a great episode where we welcome the gang from the Horror Brew podcast in Portland, OR. Get ready for a few rounds of horror trivia.
In this episode we review a couple of great shows you show check out on Netflix; The Santa Clarita Diet and Crazyhead.
Finally, here are our reviews of two of the best horror movies of the year so far. If you have not seen Get Out or Split, we suggest you stop what you are doing and check them out.
As we head into 2017, we take a moment to look back at the horror movies of 2016. It was an interesting year with a wide variety of films. In this episode, we each reveal our picks for the top 13 horror movies of the year and then discuss our choices in more detail. We agree on some and disagree wildly on others. The good news is that you will walk away from this show with a lot of good movies to watch.
But these are just our opinions. What were your favorites? What did we miss? What did you think? Let us know in the comments or visit us on Facebook.
Also, check out “Witch” by Jill Benson. A great horror novel that you won’t want to miss.
Spoiler alert: The movies discussed include Don’t Breathe, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, The Neon Demon, The Witch, Lights Out, The Conjuring 2, Baskin, Train to Busan, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Hush, The Wailing, Pet, The Purge: Election Year, 13 Cameras, The Monster, The Invitation and The Boy.