Wherein Frank and Jaraad discuss the Spanish zombie found-footage flick [REC], the whiteness of Spaniards, the possibility of double-zombies, the impossible logic of Warm Bodies, and a tearful farewell to the end of Season 1.
Wherein Frank and Jaraad discuss Brad Anderson’s 2001 haunted (?) asylum flick Session 9, red hairings, asshole faces, disappointed parents, a sexy new call-in show named Why Aren’t You Doing This to Me?, two-year-old Halloween costumes, murderous intergalactic harlequins, and vuvuzelas.
Wherein Frank and Jaraad discuss the horror-comedy classic An American Werewolf in London, hot nurses with great bedside manner, shitty parents of trauma victims, seeing you next Tuesday (or Wednesday), soft and hard letters, British porn, Max Landis’s douchebaggery, and vuvuzelas.
Wherein Frank and Jaraad discuss the Spanish haunted house movie The Orphanage, Guillermo del Toro’s lack of Mexican pride, the “final girl,” the possibility of ghost zombies, overprotective parenting, Yoda, and vuvuzelas.
Wherein Frank and Jaraad discuss George Romero’s 1978 classic Dawn of the Dead, the origins of movie zombies and zombie movies, the importance of checking your blood pressure in a safe location, Ving Rhames, and vuvuzelas.
Wherein Frank and Jaraad discuss the reasons behind wanting to create a podcast all about making Jaraad feel uncomfortable, the shittiness of CG gore in today’s horror movies, Frank’s surprising suggestion for “sickest movie ever” and why they promise that nothing on this podcast will ever be “interesting”