Someday, we’ll be able to do these horror excursions in a more timely manner. But until then, here’s the good news: we’re sorry!
By way of an apology for our first episode in… almost two months… we jump back in the saddle with a conversation about TWO horror films for your listening, er… pleasure? And guess what? Our resident horror noob, Buke, picked both of them!
This semi-regular space has emerged somewhat as a look at appearances of Satan in popular culture and looks at new and upcoming black metal. In recent weeks, the Dark Lord has appeared in much national and international news…. Continue reading →
Another month, another Sunday, another Blood Red. You’d think we’d try to be thematic and center this month’s entries around movies with mothers, right? Heck, we could do Mother’s Day, Goodnight, Mommy, and Psycho right off the top of my head. But that of course would imply a level of foresight and preparation that would go against everything we’ve done for this column so far. Besides, I literally just remembered that it was Mother’s Day as I was writing this, so really I’m thinking about all the trouble I’m going to be in when I come to my wife empty handed. That’s the real horror, folks.
So in the meantime let’s take a look at three recent films streaming on Netflix, the MOTHER OF ALL STREAMING NETWORKS (see? Thematic!) that are more than worth your time. Zombies, psychotic killers and bargains with the powers of evil are all here in Train to Busan, Hush, and Starry Eyes. Continue reading →
The guys discuss news of Nails‘ sudden, unforeseen hiatus, then celebrate the incredible success of Iron Maiden‘s Book of Souls world tour. Plus, new albums from Denouncement Pyre and Hammers of Misfortune, and Dan raves about the new Netflix series, Stranger Things.
All that and much, much more in Episode 51, so check it out!
It’s time for Episode 47 of The Horns Up Podcast, your weekly catch-up on all things metal!
This week, the guys discuss new albums from Royal Thunder, Crowhurst and Délétère, and Dan gushes about his fourth Diarrhea Planet concert—even though, okay, they’re not metal. Plus, a tribute to Khaotika and Wormreich following their tragic van accident.
All that and much, much more in this week’s episode, so check it out!