Welcome to Brain Rot The podcast that takes a deep dive into the BEST WORST HORROR movies of the 80s & 90s. Those films that are 'so bad, they're good'. Each episode, Stevie (your VHS Veteran) welcomes a new guest into the trash heap. With guests ranging from horror know-it-alls to horror not-at-alls, these B-Movie bangers get dissected and immortalised in all their gory glory. So open THE GATE, grab some POPCORN, hold on to your GHOULIES and TROLL these films with us. See what I did there? That's THE STUFF we like. Toodles! For bonus episodes, head to www.Patreon.com/SteviesBrainRot
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Finally a podcast that talks about movies I love. Unfortunately half the time the guests that come on either hate horror or have no interest in it so it makes the episodes just a chore to listen to. Why bring people on that don’t like horror? It’s not fun at all listening to people complain the whole way through. Some episodes are great because the guests like horror. I loved the episodes about Dolls and Popcorn. I’ve had enough people tell me how everything I love is crap. I don’t need a horror... more
I dig your passion for these bloody old gems and you’re a really nice guy, easy to tune into. I’m looking forward to a Sleepaway Camp II episode. Listening to the Creepozoid one and it’s hilarious that the propaganda is so good that they now have their believers mocking those of us who read and do our own research. The readers and the researchers are now the dumb ones 🙄😂😅 Ya can, apparently, work that kinda magic with your propaganda when you’re a habitual felonious multibillion dollar crime... more
I’ve been listening to this for 12 straight hours.
I found this podcast scrolling through apple podcasts and I love it. Please do 1968’s banana splits move where a anamatronic childrens show gose horribley wrong. Thanks for a great podcast 😃
Recently stumbled across this podcast and now Iv binged while Seasons. Pls keep making this!!!
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