Recorded live at Monster-Mania 37, we continue our conversation with Michael Gingold, a walking encyclopedia of horror movies. Click here to listen on Libsyn or click the YouTube video below. Just keep in mind it’s not a video, but we try to spread this thing like a virus.
We still haven’t said anything to scare away legendary film journo Michael Gingold, who returns to school The Mobile Horror hosts on genre reporting and opinion. We talk about the glory days of the old Fangoria Weekend of Horrors. It’s a two-part interview. Mike previously appeared on episode 19.
Hey, we recorded our 50th episode in a hotel suite at Monster-Mania 37 in Cherry Hill, N.J. Chock full of special guests, including horror journo Michael Gingold, who gives us credibility we certainly do not deserve. We’re not ashamed of this episode. Click here to listen on Libsyn, or click play below. Here’s the image […]
In this very special episode, we discover why one of the hosts is spiritually connected to ‘Unfriended,’ which, we’re told, is a good movie. Click here to listen on Libsyn.
I dunno, but someone we talk for an hour.
Like every other horror movie podcast on God’s green Earth, we recorded an episode to mark the passing of Mr. George Romero. We talk too much and beat our points to death, so it’s sort of like sitting through “Day of the Dead.”
Look, comic book movies are, at the end of the day, comic book movies. Click here to listen on Libsyn. Or don’t. Maybe this image is all you need.
Here’s a bitter drunken episode during which we complain about The Neon Demon and demand Director what’s his name to just keep making “Drive.” One of the hosts is so hammered he forgets his opinion.
Here’s an episode where we join the rest of the universe in mourning the death of Carrie Fisher, best known for her work in “The Blues Brothers.” We’re joined by several hardcore “Star Wars” fans, including a guy who does a podcast called “2 Dudes Taking Disney.”
The guys behind The Mobile Horror Podcast are big Howard Stern fans. We interviewed Artie once. Here’s an episode we recorded one night, then posted like two years later. Click here to listen on Libsyn, OK?