Support Us!
$2
$3
$5
Powered by
Got any friends who might like this scary horror stuff? GO AHEAD AND SHARE, SHARE!

SEE THE NEWEST CONTENT BELOW!

SEE THE NEWEST CONTENT BELOW!

Monday, November 22, 2021

‘Scream 4’ Hits Harder as an Unexpected Swan Song for Wes Craven [Halloweenies Podcast]

Step aside, Charlie and Robbie, there’s a new Cinema Club in town. As promised, the Halloweenies have returned to the streets of Woodsboro, where everyone is shaking off a case of deja vu. Make no mistake, though, this is no remake.

No, there are all new rules to learn, which is why you oughta make your way to Woodsboro High. It’s there you can join co-hosts Justin Gerber, Dan Caffrey, McKenzie Gerber, and special guest Diandra Lazor to dissect 2011’s Scream 4.

In the first of two episodes dedicated to the fourth chapter, the gang discusses the state of horror in 2011, partying after friends are murdered, the surprising (and effective) climax, the soundtrack’s early afternoon festival bands, and why the film hits harder as an unexpected swan song to the late and great Wes Craven.

So, put on your Ghostface best, grab a lemon square, and stream the episode below. The second part drops next Monday, November 29th and finds the four weighing in on the all-star cast, the best deaths, the movies references, and much, much more.

New to the Halloweenies? Catch up with the gang by revisiting their essential episodes on past franchises such as Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Friday the 13th via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, RadioPublic, Acast, Google Podcasts, and RSS. You can also become a member of their Patreon for hilarious commentaries and one-off episodes.

Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Patreon



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/podcasts/3692950/scream-4-pt-1-halloweenies/

No comments:

Post a Comment


Support Us!
$2
$3
$5
Powered by
Got any friends who might like this scary horror stuff? GO AHEAD AND SHARE, SHARE!



The Top 10 Streaming Scary Movies of Today (According to Netflix)

Given that Netflix really is the master of their own data, how many times a viewer streams The Ridiculous 6, or what films don't get watched all the way straight through, or how many times someone watches an episode of Bill Nye Saves the World, it was easy for them to come up with the list based on just one percentage: 70 percent.

Got any friends who might like this scary horror stuff? GO AHEAD AND SHARE, SHARE!


Top 5 Original Horror Movies of 2020 (Even During a Pandemic)


3 Frightening Clowns Not from the Underworld or Magical Hell


3 Viral Videos Proving Spiders Are Still Scary as Hell


Stephen King Adores These 22 Horror Films


3 Super Stories on 'Halloween' and Horror That'll Make You Want to Wear the Mask

xmlns:og='http://ogp.me/ns#'