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.
Surfs up! On this episode of Monster Men we take a dip with the lovely Blake Lively and her new shark movie, The Shallows. But we don’t stop there. We are reviewing a bunch of horror movies available on VOD including another aquatic thril
ler called Killer Mermaid. We also discuss the dark paranormal flick, THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR, the gory and gooey bug-fest, BITE and THE INVITATION, which was one of our favorites of the year so far.
Episode 103: It’s the Witches, Bitches! The Witch, Harrow County Comics
It’s the Witches, Bitches! New Monster Men: We review THE WITCH, the hottest horror movie of the year so far. Plus, HARROW COUNTY, an amazing horror comic that also involves a witch.
Episode 102: Guilty Pleasure Horror Movies (Mostly 80’s Edition)
We are talking about some of our favorite GUILTY PLEASURE horror movies.
So join us for a hilarious walk down Memory Lane as we talk about such “classics” as Witchboard, Leviathan, Basket Case, Humanoids from the Deep, Puppet Master, Mother’s Day, Jason X, Kingdom of the Spiders, From Beyond and more.
Episode 101: X-Files, Walking Dead, Bates Motel, Ash vs. Evil Dead
What’s on TV? That’s the question we answer on this episode of Monster Men. Join us for a casual discussion about the state of genre TV and a few shows that these two, jaded horror fans are watching. Shows covered include the return of the X-Files, The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, Bates Motel and Ash vs. Evil Dead.
It started with a simple premise: two buddies talking horror, as they would in a bar. Simple, spontaneous, sometimes spooky and often silly.
It’s the 100th episode of Monster Men! Help us celebrate five years of hanging out and talking horror. It’s been filled with great conversation and a ton of laughs, covering everything and anything including horror movies, ghost stories, toys, paranormal investigations, bobble-heads, author interviews, demons, UFOs, super heroes, book reviews, comic book recommendations, serial killers, conventions, Bigfoot, aliens, candy corn, Halloween celebrations, cryptids, urban legends, horrific wine and pumpkin ale.
It’s been a long strange trip and we are only getting started.
On this show we reflect on the journey so far and thank many of the people who have supported us and helped make Monster Men something special. We also discuss some of our favorite horror movies and finish up with the story about how Spider-man brought the Monster Men together.
Thanks for a wonderful 100 shows. Here’s to what’s next!
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
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.
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.