Welcome horror fans! The Evolution of Horror is a weekly movie discussion podcast that covers the history of horror cinema, one sub-genre at a time. From Universal Monsters to 80s slashers, from Alfred Hitchcock to Jordan Peele, we've got it covered! Each week, host Mike Muncer is joined by a different guest from the world of horror to discuss a movie in depth and its place in horror history.
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This week things get colourful and synthy for this Adam Wingard double bill! Mike is joined by Joshua Tonks to discuss YOU'RE NEXT (2011) and THE GUEST (2014). more
Turkey basters at the ready...this week Mike is joined by Creative Lead for Blumhouse Games (!) Louise Blain to discuss two grizzly home invasion movies, THE COLLECTOR (2009) and DON'T BREATHE (2016). more
I only found this podcast this year and I’m so glad I did. It has reignited my love for this genre and introduced me to so many new favourites. Can’t believe it took me so long to watch Cabin in the woods. Keep up the amazing work and thank you for the many hours of entertainment provided during so many dog walks. Kind regards Marc
This podcast is truly one of a kind. I listen and watch and read a lot of horror—and the analysis is top notch! The conversations about the genre are fun, informative and clever. I am not a Patreon to subscriber to anything —except EOH! It’s a pleasure supporting this brilliant podcast! The amount of bonus content you receive is worth every monthly donation. Still hoping for my shout out one of these days (but maybe I missed it!?)—either way, I just have nothing but positive things to gush over!... more
There are a lot of horror podcasts, but after sampling many many many this is the one I ended up binging (and then having to join the patreon because I ran out of content!). The focus skews towards actual film knowledge - direction, photography, film history, directorial style - which for me is harder to find than more general or academic analysis for content/themes etc. The production values are very good so it’s a pleasure to listen to, and absolutely succeeds in giving you that sensation tha... more
Just when the rebirth of my love for horror movies was gaining steam, I found The Evolution Of Horror. Now I’m on a runaway train!!! This podcast is addictive and so satisfying. A real horror fan’s podcast. Couldn’t recommend it enough! more
I can’t say enough good things about this podcast. As an obsessive horror fan, I love the way Mike and his guests weave their way through the history of the genre, teasing out the fascinating ways that horror tales have evolved into what we see today. Mike is a fabulous host whose enthusiasm for the genre is palpable. His guests unfailingly bring unique perspectives that push the conversation to interesting places. Many episodes have inspired me to rewatch movies I’ve seen before with a new pers... more
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The Evolution of Horror launched 6 years ago and published 290 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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