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Development Hell

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For every horror title to hit V.O.D ... there are countless others that end up D.O.A. DEVELOPMENT HELL ( is the podcast dedicated to unearthing these cursed horror productions, to find out what went wrong, and decide if they still stand a shot at the green light! Join host Josh Korngut, ( a queer Toronto-based filmmaker, as he digs up the dirt on the best horror movies never made. Learn about ALIEN 5, BEETLEJUICE GOES HAWAIIAN, HALLOWEEN 3D, FREDDY VS. JASON VS. ASH and many more. He also picks the brains of some of the most exciting voices in horror, like Ryan Spindell (creator of Shudder released THE MORTUARY COLLECTION), Joe Lipsett (film critic and co-host of the HORROR QUEERS podcast), and the Real Queen of Horror herself, Zena Dixon! DEVELOPMENT HELL is a proud member of the Dread Podcast Network. Subscribe today!


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Latest Episodes

SCREAM 4 was never meant to be the end of the story. In fact, it was originally intended to be the first chapter of a brand new trilogy of films. Discover whatever happened to the cancelled second trilogy, which would have continued Jill's storyline ... more

2 days ago

Take an elevator back into hell and uncover the cancelled Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer Dimension Films HELLRAISER reboot. We've featured Lussier and Farmer on our HALLOWEEN 3-D episode, and these filmmakers are back for yet another helping of Deve... more

9 days ago

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER was one of the most beloved television series of all time. So beloved, that when it ended in 2003, producers and writers scrambled to find a way to keep the franchise alive. more

16 days ago


4.1 out of 5 stars from 31 ratings
  • Development Hell….Raiser : Bloodline

    Always a fun podcast because it adds a bunch of (What If’s) to some of our favorite franchises & characters. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Great Concept-Terrible Host

    I wanted to like this podcast a lot. But the host’s voice and lack of professionalism (no research, constant contradictions, inability to stay on topic) is too distracting. I expected better from Dreadcentral.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Too bad

    Absolutely fantastic concept for a podcast. My problem is mainly with the host. Really bad voice for podcasting, can’t stay on topic, and his research is poor. The guests are not great and don’t have anything to do with the movie being discussed. I keep trying to like this. I listened to the sleepaway camp 4 episode and the host and the guest who says he is a director because he made a short film go back and forth with no clue. Neither could be bothered to watch 2 or 3, and the info by th... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • JAWS 3-D is from 1983

    I’m listening to the podcast on JAWS 3, and the guy keeps saying it’s from the late 70s. His co-host says it’s from the 80s, and he corrects her and says it’s from 1978. JAWS 3-D is from 1983. Truth be told, this show gets me yelling in my car a lot with the lack of homework done, but otherwise it’s OK.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Peaches Christ

    The first episode I listened to feature legendary drag Queen Peaches Christ, so obviously this gets 5 stars.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago

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