Category Archives: Horror films

Really Awful Movies: Ep 326 – Happy Death Day

On today’s episode of the podcast, Happy Death Day!

It’s a mix between Groundhog Day, D.O.A. and Scream, leaning heavily on the former, the Harold Ramis-directed undeniable classic. Is HDD a classic too, that can be mentioned in the same breath? Um, no, but for a Blumhouse production, it’s fairly watchable.

On this episode of the podcast, “you load 16 tonnes, what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt.” What do birthdays mean to you?

Putting slasher flicks like this in the context of occasion-based horror flicks like April Fool’s Day, New Year’s Evil, Halloween, Silent Night, Deadly Night, etc, etc.

Also, where does this fit into the Blumhouse catalogue? What’s up with that production studio anyway?

How Christopher Landon sets up red herrings and his aesthetic approach to the story…Jessica Rothe’s performance, and much more!

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Really Awful Movies: Ep 325 – Christmas horror movies

Christmas is around the corner. That means, for horror heads, Santa slashers! On this episode of the Really Awful Movies Podcast, all things holiday-related when it comes to horror.

Christopher, one-half of the Really Awful Movies team, chronicles some of the more popular entries in the canon, from Christmas Evil to Santa’s Slay, All through the House, Night Train Murders, Rabid, Silent Night, Deadly Night, Silent Night, Bloody Night, and much more!

Tune into the show, and don’t forget to pick up a copy of the books, Mine’s Bigger Than Yours! The 100 Wackiest Action Movies and Death by Umbrella! The 100 Weirdest Horror Movie Weapons.

Both books make great Christmas gifts, and they have forwards by genre people we’re really fond of: Brian Trenchard-Smith and Lloyd Kaufman. Buy a few copies, and support the show (as we will never go cap-in-hand to our listeners with Patreon).

Happy Holidays…have a very scary and merry Christmas.