This week Sarah and Jasmine dig through their indie film library covering some really fantastic low budget horror films. Weird Fiction is a bizarre but entertaining anthology, Who's Watching Oliver is emotional and disturbing, Director's Cut is absolute bloody nonsense, and Lunch Ladies is the tastiest short film this year - They girls can't get enough! So sit back, relax, and choose your poison...
Welcome back to Bitches of Horror! In this episode we talk about: -Sendero (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3901962) -Hidden in the Woods (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1920956) -What the Waters Left behind (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6332764) -Talk To Me Watch Talk to Me: https://youtu.be/x3iHj55m2Hc Check out ‘’What the Waters left behind’’ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Los-Olvidado... Check out ‘’Hidden in the Woods’’ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Hidden-in-th...
The war continues. Old guard vs new, original vs remake. Episode 72 picks things up where 65 left off, and we put to rest whether horror's sacred cows are truly deserving of their mantle, or superseded by the films they've inspired. Let the controversy begin...
Who says WIHM has to only be in February? The girls say otherwise and cover some fantastic entries in the Monsters of FIlm festival.
Continuation of the Rape-Revenge episode covering films where sexual assault is paid for, in blood. The lineup - Baise-Moi, M.F.A., The Red Rope and the Rapist, and Best Served Cold.
This week the girls play catch up on their indie horror homework. Three excellent independent horror films served up for their reviewing pleasure. Enjoy!
This week, Bitches of Horror dig into the gruesome Last Exit Entertainment catalog, a Sweden based distribution company that's as much a fan of the genre as any one of us. Here is what they're all about
Old vs New, Original vs Remake, is anything truly sacred? That's the topic of discussion. Sarah and Jasmine get into a heated debate which leaves their friendship at a crossroads. IS THIS THE END OF BITCHES OF HORROR?!? Thanks a lot Fede Álvarez!
In this episode we talk about: - Wolf Creek 2 (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2004432/) - Razorback (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087981/) - Wake in Fright (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067541/) - Waterborne (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3735706/) Watch Waterborne: https://vimeo.com/130401504
A discussion on Rape-Revenge as it pertains to 2017's M.F.A. and horror films in general. We also cover our favorites and not-so-favorites of the sub-genre as well as the various details which make up the topic of sexual assault. Lots covered, so get settled.
Episode 62 is a gorehound's tasty treat as the girls discuss and review 4 films which sit on the extreme end of all things repugnant. Violence, sex, debauchery, and taboo topics galore in this "EXTREME GORE SPECIAL" of Bitches of Horror.
A healthy spread of of independent horror films, both feature length and short film, sitting within the mystery, comedy, psychological, and thriller sub categories. The best part (spoiler alert) - not a single stinker among them! In this episode of Bitches of Horror, Jasmine finds her smile, and Sarah stays smiling.
This week the Bitches of Horror present a very special episode, simple in premise, but oh-so-much-fun to discuss. They rank each and every entry into the infamous Guinea Pig horror series! Be sure to share your own personal rankings in the comments below or in the video link itself.
Sarah Sarah Sarah. This episode, the girls review three films which star the podcast host herself, the talented Miss Sarah Giercksky. Mimes, Rotten Loves, and the team's first full length feature film, Sargad!
We interviewed filmmaker Ola Paulakoski and talked about his movie Hermit: Monster Killer and upcoming projects. Hermit: Monster Killer (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2259908) Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/hermitmonsterkiller Ola Paulakoski's IMDb page (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1806701)
Most of us remember our high school days to be composed of tribal cliques, angst, out of control hormones, and shitty classes you just knew would prove to never come in handy as an adult. While the students found in the following films would share those experiences as well, they have a few more added of a particularly dark nature, that would make horror, a mandatory course for them all.
It's loud, heavy, requires gas to use, isn't very efficient, and could easily backfire...but damn if it doesn't make a statement. And what is that statement you ask? Well, we imagine that whatever it is, probably sits somewhere between "Yes, this is a chainsaw" and "Yes, you may shit your pants now". Check out the films our awesome hosts felt declared this the loudest.
It's been nearly a month since our last episode, and we've been very very busy. This episode we take a break from the usual themed discussion and catch up on all the work that's been done since we last spoke. Horror films views, items picked up, site interviews, reviews, and future projects all discussed on this latest episode of Choke On It.
This week Jasmine and Jeremiah dig into a topic that's been known to cause divisions within the horror community, that is, the definition of a horror film. What components are crucial, can they be funny, or does horror have to play it mean and gory from start to finish? We choose a handful of films that have been known to force this conversation to surface, and decide whether or not they fall into the genre they often claim to be a part of.