Each week a panel of horror fans discuss horror movies past and present. We believe horror is for everyone, regardless of how familiar you are with the genre, or which flavor of fear you fancy most. We dissect new releases, compare originals to reboots, and tell you whether or not the movies are a hack (a waste of time) or a slash (totally killer - pun intended).
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This week Paris returns to help us break down Infinity Pool (2023). We ponder the real underlying message of its plot, compare it to the horror of elder Cronenberg films, and debate the quality of its ending. In this episode’s b-side, we consider whe... more
This week we're diving back into the apocalyptic landscapes of South Korea with Peninsula (2020). We dig into how the film broadens the world established in Train to Busan, scrutinize the similarities between the lead characters of both films, and ev... more
This week we’re buzzing into the visceral thrills of The Fly (1986). We delve into the symbolism behind its gruesome body horror, consider its contrast to the 1958 original, and dissect the chemistry of its cast. In this episode's b-side, we get intr... more
I thoroughly enjoy tuning in to Hack or Slash. Since I’ve started to listen to them, I have discovered other horror classics, been on a few episodes as a call in and even made a real life friendship with another listener. I can’t stress enough to add them to you playlist. Call in. Join in on the live recordings. And of course give them a slash, and a five star review.
The three hosts bounced around to a degree that I couldn’t really get a good grasp of the narrative of the movie. Characters are mentioned with little to no set up or background. There is also a lot of inserting themselves, via “this character went through this, my friend went through this.” …And? If I don’t have a good handle on who the character is (much less the “friend,”)how does that contribute to the the listener’s engagement. Basically if there was a forth host who hadn’t seen the movie t... more
Kris skillfully dissects each film, providing just enough information to pique your interest, but not so much as to spoil the viewing experience. Each episode is a balance between engaging conversation and insightful analysis.
If you’re looking for a fun horror podcast, this is the podcast for you! The hosts all bring their own horror backgrounds to the podcast, and love the spirited debates on if a movie is worth your time or something you may want to pass on.
The show as of late has become way too much over thinking and therapy instead of just reviewing horror movies. We know these are horror movies, they aren’t real. They’re supposed to be fun, spooky and lighthearted conversations. Too many episodes go into deep diving of the cast personal history and issues instead of just having a fun chat about silly horror, movies.
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