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?
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!
On this episode we discuss Hunter Shea’s list of must see monster movies. Another top ten list with a ton great movies and a few that are sure to raise a few eyebrows. Which of these movies have you seen? What did we leave off the list?
The films discussed include; The Thing, The Descent, Frankenstein, Creature from the Black Lagoon, The Mist, The Funhouse, Them and Alien. 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 don’t forget to check under your bed tonight.
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.
Happy Halloween! It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The Monster Men’s favorite holiday and cause for celebration.
It’s our annual Halloween episode and this time we are discussing our all-time favorite horror movies. The films that we grew up on, the films that we constantly revisit and the films that helped mold us into Monster Men.
The movies discussed include The Thing, Alien, Dawn of the Dead, An American Werewolf in London, Motel Hell, The Funhouse, The Night Stalker, Fright Night, Creature from the Black Lagoon, JAWS, The Descent, It Follows, Horror of Dracula, The Haunting, Nightmare on Elm Street 1 & 3, Friday the 13th, Salem’s Lot, The Silence of the Lambs, and naturally, Halloween.
Monster Men Ep. 111: Reviews- Hush, Don’t Breathe, Green Room, Neon Demon
It’s October and Halloween season is in full gear. We like to call it #Horrortober. On this episode of Monster Men, we review and recommend a selection of recent movies that are perfect for the season of the witch.
Our reviews include Hush, Don’t Breathe, Green Room and Neon Demon. Plus, we give away another episode of DARK DOSSIER magazine and we unveil our newest bobble-head doll.
It’s a big episode, packed with a lot of laughs and just what you need to get you into the Halloween spirit.
It’s a strange, new Monster Men! Have you seen STRANGER THINGS on Netflix yet? We did and we loved it. On this show we review this modern masterpiece and then we tear into a full blown discussion with spoilers flying. (Don’t worry, we’ll warn you first.) If you liked the show, you’ll enjoy this.