Kelly Vigilante and Jeremy Johnson join the podcast this week to discuss the 2003 cult-classic Wrong Turn.
This is one of those rare horror films that is a whole lot of fun even if the main characters lack common sense and survival skills.
As always, there will be spoilers, so be warned.
If you'd like to check out the entire back catalog of episodes, you can head over to HolmesInvasion.podbean.com or anywhere you get your podcasts...just search for Oh! The Horror!
Where to begin with this one. Wow.
Kelly Vigilante returns to talk about a little film called Night Killer, which was filmed in our hometown of Virginia Beach and directed (mostly) by Claudio Fragasso (Troll 2).
The plot: A killer wearing a rubber-like Freddy Krueger mask terrorizes the city of Virginia Beach.
It sounds pretty bad, but then it gets so much worse.
Sometimes you come across a film that is the perfect storm of terrible filmmaking, yet is still entertaining.
1986's Nightmare Weekend is that film.
Guest Host Kelly Vigilante joins Rob Holmes this week to talk about this VHS classic that has to be seen to be believed.
As always, there will be SPOILERS, but you can watch the full uncut version of Nightmare Weekend if you search it on YouTube.
Back in the day, 'PG' horror used to be pretty intense and violent with films like Poltergeist (1982), Tales from the Crypt (1972), and The Devil's Rain (1975)...like for real, have you seen the ending of The Devil's Rain...that's heavy 'R' territory.
Mike Haisten joins the show once again to talk 'PG' horror, the implementation of the 'PG-13' rating in 1984, and MORE...
Also, there will be SPOILERS for a lot of films...
Author and Illustrator Victoria Hall is back to talk with Rob Holmes about the 2017 Argentinian horror film, Terrified (Aterrados) Written and Directed by Demián Runga.
One of us really likes this movie...one of us...less so...
Check out Terrified on Shudder, listen to the episode and then let us know what you think of the film!
This week, I'm joined by guest host, Jordan Pfluger, as we discuss Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010).
Also make sure to check out the two shorts that preceded the film
Rare Exports Inc. (2003) and
The Official Rare Exports Inc. Safety Instructions 2005 (2005)
Both of these can be found on YouTube and they will be discussed in detail during this episode.
Alright, I've got another list of 10 horror films to check out this week on streaming platforms.
As with the last episode, none of these film recommendations are repeats from any past lists.
So to start things off, I've compiled a list of 10 films that you should check out on Shudder.
None of these films are from previous episodes or lists, so this won't be a simple rehash of old content.
If you're a fan of ultra-violent Indonesian action films like 'The Raid' and 'Headshot', then you need to head over to Netflix and check out Timo Tjahjanto's 'The Night Comes For Us'.
Why is an action film on a horror podcast?
Because this movie is so violent that it would make Peter Jackson circa 1992 blush.
The Raid's Iko Uwais reunites with Joe Taslim and The Raid 2's Hammer Girl, Julie Estelle for a film about betrayal, redemption, and brutal bone-crushing violence.
Guest Host Jeremy Johnson joins Rob this week to discuss at length why this film should be required viewing for all horror fans.
There will be a ton of spoilers, so watch the film then listen to the podcast!
Sometimes a horror film just makes you say WTF and in celebration of Friday the 13th, here are 13 horror films that'll have you say to yourself, 'What the F***?!?'