Snuggle Up Midnight Society, we're going slumber party scares with The Tale of Wish Upon! (Fun fact: the actual first AYAOTD episode was also a monkeys paw so...get new ideas or whatever.) It's a PG 13, be careful what you wish for, omg what happened to Ryan Phillipe, Barb from Stranger Things fun fest as we look at one of the most overlooked movies of the summer. We play wish trivia, FRIENDPOCALYPSE our ideal genie situation and create an entire Wish Upon franchise that HOLLYWOOD NEEDS TO HEAR OKAY?
And The finish line is just around the bend. I'll pause this game so our love will never end Screamers. Come sit down with ACTUAL video game expert Mike TV, back from our Alien Abduction episode, as we talk Uwe Boll, Clint Howard and why video game horror movies are...whatever the are! Mike plays 10 for 10 2.0 on expert level, Justin talks nazi lesbian vampires, and Flash is out to sea because she only owns a Wii.
Ahoy there Midnight Society! Gather round and get wet because we're traveling down, down, down to the depths of the water horror genre with Dame Amanda Moore. We learn some interesting facts about SHARKS, review a lot better movies than 47 meters down, play a game of FRIENDPOCALYPSE at the bottom of the Ocean and plan for SHARK OF THE COVENANT. God that movie sounds so fucking good.
We're all born naked and the rest is drag, Who, who do you think you are? Who do you think you are screamers? This month we're tackling that most releveant issue, Gay Babadook. Is he gay? IS that the meta narrative? Does he LITERALLY come out of the closet?! We also watch one of the only other (!!!) gay horror movies. We're joined by Jess Rivera and put on our smarty caps to discuss the most TIMELY episode we've ever done.
Greetings new members of The Midnight Society! We're super stoked to bring you episode 2 of NOW SLAYING! We delve into Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant, play horror trivia and try to navigate the overcomplexity of FRIENDPOCALPSE in space!
Ouija Board, would you work for me? I have got to say hello to an old SCREAMER. BAHHHH. Terrible. It's our board game episode friends and fiends, so pull up a chair, open a mountain dew and get to rolling them die. We joined an old classic with a new classic (?) and fight about what makes a good movie. Hint: a plot generally helps. DAMN. We're joined by charming pal Nick Baldwin as he rants and raves about board games, bands and Brian Gilbert. WILL HE TOPPLE HIS THRONE?!!
Can't you feel 'em circlin' honey? Can't you feel 'em swimmin' around? Well we said we were gonna do it and we did it. Tune in for the twists and turns as we take a nautical deep dive into America's favorite Tara Reid vehicles. Spolier alert: we loved them.
Featuring: Brian Gilbert, Bob Rose, Kristina Green, Eddie Lee, Matt Hachi Reid, Letitia Getka, Rachel Reckling, Brad Bukowsky, Bobby Harris and Brian Schmukler.
Greetings new members of The Midnight Society! We're super stoked to bring you this first of many very special episodes that we're calling NOW SLAYING, reviews of new release horror! Meet the gang, hear they play trivia, listen in as they all almost stop being friends, and then pit their friends against one another in FRIENDPOCALYPSE.
Voraciously devouring the way things are today, savagely deflowering the good ol' U.S.A., It's Reefer Screaming, Instant Madness, nah it's INSTANT SCREAMING!!! Terrence came out to see us from Colorado and give us a peek behind the Kimono so to speak as we sit down, for the first time ever, as a family. We talk about Colorado's number one export, we all lose Brian Gilberts 10 for 10 again, and discuss whatever the hell they were thinking when they made Halloweed.
Hey Mickey, you're so fine, you're so fine you blow my mind HEY SCREAMERS. Get pumped, pump it up, raise your fists and let's hear it for episode 58 team! Justin and Flash sat down with local sports expert, and returning guest, Phil Doccolo, in his hail mary to save episode 58. Listen as we explore the depths of what cheer horror has for us. Justin leads the game, finally, Flash gets way too intense about cheer stunts and Phil once again adds his unique spin on the horror genre.
Gimme a D-I-E!