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No you didn’t miss an episode, we skipped 5 to cover it on Heather’s podcast with Eric, cause we’re doing a collaboration. Also it was too terrible for our usual analysis. Somehow we still ended up with a stinker, as the thorn trilogy just starts off OK and gets worse. but good times can still be had as we mount this movie on a thresher and lean in…
 
It’s the Halloween season so we’re back doing the Halloween of Halloween. We kick off with a extra large pumpkin spice latte episode as we celebrate the Return of Micheal Meyers which includes but is not limited to: The way life hates Dr Loomis, the bizarre burn ward treatment of Smith’s Grove Asylum, and the uselessness of the Haddonfield police d…
 
We end out September with the final entry in our marathon “The 70’s had bite” with Frank Langela as “Dracula” who decided to trade in his fangs for some sweet wolf powers and wall crawling. Oh and also some dead ass sexy stares. We’ve seen Dracula as a sex symbol before but movie turns it up to 11. Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horr…
 
We delve into a remake of Dracula. But also Nosferatu. one would think fusing a loyal remake of the book, with its own cinematic copyright infringement would result in a pretty good vampire movie. Rotten Tomatoes would agree. But do WE? Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/g…
 
This month’s theme is “The 70’s had bite” as we venture down memory lane to powder blue leisure capes, and mirror balls with no reflections in them. We begin with a heavily influential made for TV movie that redefined prime time suspense for a generation and the generation that followed it. join us as we discuss The Night Stalker We now have a webs…
 
We found ourselves with a real weird 80’s movie. Louise Fletcher and Karen Black face off to determine the fate of an annoying child who might just save the world from an alien domination conspiracy. Is it out of this world? Listen and find out! Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscu…
 
We defy conventional wisdom and throw stones in a glass house. But its fine cause there’s 13 evil ghosts trapped in it left by our crazy evil uncle. How does this remake compare to the original? well it doesn’t need special glasses for the AUDIENCE. so there’s that. Enjoy. Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror We now have a website! …
 
Mike and Heather head back to school to take a lesson in MURDER. Its the dark dismal future of 1999 and teenage gangs have taken over great tracts of land and entire neighborhoods are forsaken by the police. School is back in session as the department of educational defense has employed Stacy Keach and his cybernetic eyes and albino rat tail, to se…
 
Mike is joined by internet musician Trevor Blendour of The Blendours, a 50’s style rock and roll group. He also loves retro games and 80’s horror movies so he’s here to give Mike The Willies (1990) Starring Sean Astin and plenty of other people who were definitely famous enough to not have to do this movie. But they did anyway! We now have a websit…
 
It’s the 200th episode so we have a treat for you and ourselves. An occasion this prestigious requires not just 1 co-host, or even 2, but 3, as Mike is joined by Heather, Eric and even Sheldon to get hooked on a feeling of dread as we discuss Candyman (1993) Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror Eric reviews movies (not just horror) …
 
Heather and Mike have had it with Shark Month just want to go home to random movie selections. Sadly it’s anything but smooth sailing as we have to pass The Reef (2010) based on a true story which means it’s going to be as accurate as a tennis game in a windstorm. But at least it’s a good movie. Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror …
 
Heather and Mike can’t avoid Shark Month cause they’re everywhere. your bathtubs, your sink, your yard, and even your water cooler. the Ghost Shark (2013) can appear anywhere. Unfortunately. Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to send us movie suggestions and comm…
 
Heather and Mike decide to avoid the beach for Shark Month but we still can’t avoid sharks. We have a House Shark to deal with and nowhere is safe. Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to send us movie suggestions and comment on episodes! You can follow us on Faceb…
 
Mike and Heather celebrate the 4th of July with a holiday horror that really started the summer blockbuster and really gave the horror genre a lot to live up to. We take a bite out of Jaws (1975) Check out Heather’s podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to send us movie suggestions an…
 
We take Pride Month to a strong finish with the Joel Schumacher classic The Lost Boys. Stay young, sleep all day, party all night, wear leather in the summer, listen to Heather and Mike take apart another movie in a hilarious fashion... Oh and never die. Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror We now have a website! Visit us at www.str…
 
Heather and Mike continue Pride month with another Clive Barker movie. this time its about leather fetishists and sexual “freedom” which is honestly just terrible awful stuff that people either shouldn’t be able to get off on, or actively flee from. we do share some queer history about how the leather daddy symbol came to be. Check out Heathers pod…
 
Heather has woven her magic and brought us to the 90’s where we see a film that doesn’t have anything particularly gay about it, but has a massive following with the Lesbian community, so we give it a review and see if the 90’s classic holds up. Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscu…
 
Heather remains here for Pride month as we comb through the coded closest of the 1950’s for the movie that inspired Psycho and was quite ahead of its time in many regards, such as dialogue, and honesty about subject matter like infidelity and spousal abuse, but also succumbs to the conventions of its time, likely for marketability to North American…
 
Heather from Wednesday Wine and Horror joins Mike to celebrate Pride Month for this year. We will take a look back on Queer cinema and celebrate it all, from the coded to the obvious, the villains, to the heroes, the directors to the cast. We hope you will learn something or at least be entertained as we start with the first of 2 Black and White fi…
 
Mike is joined by returning guest Gio P from the Gio Show podcast to tackle feminism and jungle survival in this movie that suprisingly wasnt much of a horror but a stunningly accurate portrayal of 80’s view on women’s equality and the fear that some men had of it. Follow him @: Twitter: https://twitter.com/petti_gio Facebook: https://www.facebook.…
 
We discuss the Directors Cut of Nightbreed (1990) and Heather has some thoughts on certain body parts (no shortage of that in this movie) while Mike just wants some things to make sense. Enjoy the chaos! Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to send us movie suggest…
 
Heather joins Mike to review the movie about a good boy gone bad, a Pinto gone worse, and a c-plot about cereal that causes more fear and harm than the main storyline. Check out Heathers podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror You can follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Thegraveyardshiftpod/ On Twitter at https://twitter.com/GS_horrorpod An…
 
Mike is joined by Eric and Heather from Wednesday Wine and Horror to discuss the 1986 film Critters. From intergalactic bounty hunters, to useless sisters and a rock star who can never show his face in Kansas again, the tiny fuzzballs of death will have their tiny hands full trying to get a bite to eat on a tiny planet called Earth. Check out Heath…
 
A story about 2 women would not be reviewed well unless discussed by 2 women, so Mike is joined by returning guest Heather Silmon (of the podcast Wednesday Wine and Horror) and Lydia Manson ( Producer of the House That Eats Flesh, in production right now) to discuss the classic film that pitted 2 real life starlets (and enemies) together. We now ha…
 
Author Michelle Bowser joins Mike to discuss another Hammer film. Does it hold up to the earlier entries? Does it take any opportunity to see how a Victorian Era aristocrat finds his place in modern London? we get into it. Join us and find out. You can also find Michelle online @: https://www.facebook.com/authormichellebowser https://www.facebook.c…
 
Mike is joined by Heather Silmon, a fan of watching horror and ranting about horror! We cover Troll, the heartwarming tale of a troll and his friend (both played by Phil Fondacaro) and the disturbing transformations of one Sony Bono. We talk the whiny brother played by the kid who fought against the Nothing but now cant stop being a tattle tale and…
 
Mike is joined by Rich Rehder to discuss a Netflix original by Broadway Video. Yes Lorne Michaels made a horror film! and its really entertaining. 3 boys struggle to save their neighborhood from the scourge of undead gentrification. Can the community survive or will this be another block you don’t pass through at night? We now have a website! Visit…
 
Mike and Eric are finally reaching the end of the March of the Leprechaun. because we love irony, we have reached the finale with Origin. Which is also ironically not an origin but a completely different leprechaun entirely. gone is the hat and shoes with buckles, we have a feral beast. However he’s not a CGI creation but played by a wrestler who i…
 
Michael King is joined by Michael King and Michael King to discuss the lack of sympathy they feel towards Michael King. OK here’s the explanation. Michael King (the host) is joined by 2 other Michael Kings who are actors in LA to discuss a found footage horror film called The Possession of Micheal King. We eventually figure out how to tell each oth…
 
In space, no one can hear you scream. But in cyberspace, you CAN hear us review the 1996 home video horror that beat Jason Vorhees going to space by several years and it comes off like a first draft for it in every way. Mike is joined by Eric and Richard Rehder to see what happen when space marines have no idea what a leprechaun is, and the “strong…
 
The original Leprechaun is back, but not the original actor. It’s the original character. but not like the other sequels cause that same actor played different Leprechauns. All credited with the same name. Its a mess. But this film is surprisingly…not. Eric and Mike revel in the return of the original 4 Leaf cleaver who awakens to a new world 25 ye…
 
Themes return to the Graveyard Shift as does Eric to usher in the March of the Leprechauns. It’s more of a waddle but you know what we mean. Warwick Davis made his mark on the horror world as the Celtic killer with a penchant for clean footwear and we are on board for the entire month (save for a possible birthday present for Mike to be determined …
 
Mike and Jaysen Buterin camp out for a discussion of Tucker and Dale vs Evil, where people from different sides of life have to survive against eachother due to a series of MOST unfortunate events. Visit Jaysen at: We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to send us movie suggestions and comment on episodes! You can foll…
 
Before there was Soylent Green making use of the dead, there was just Green, giving them some vigor. Based loosely on the HP Lovecraft story, this film is iconic, though much like The Thing, it was only truly appreciated after its theatrical release. But it eventually got the love it deserves, right here on the Graveyard Shift. Mike is joined by ac…
 
Mike is joined by actress/producer Lydia Manson to discuss a 50’s horror that’s based on a play based on a novel. Does it maintain its integrity or did it come out like a photocopy of a photocopy? Listen and find out. Find Lydia @ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lydia.manson.505/ IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm12038604/ Insta: https://www.ins…
 
What do you get when you take a beloved comic franchise and load it with darkness and suspense? You get Brightburn. But also The New Mutants which is the last Fox Marvel cinematic movie. A loving send off or the last nail in the coffin of a franchise of diminishing returns? We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to sen…
 
Dustin Rucker joins Mike in the studio to discuss a movie that was a far better experience than it was a film. Produced by William Castle, a man known for his gimmicks and love of the macabre. Castle remained truly young at heart. which explains why the scary moments in this film seem like they were directed by a 13 year old. Find Dustin online any…
 
Mike is joined by Giordano Petti to see if this 2002 CGI loaded horror is a floater or a sinker. Can star power and Italian boobs compensate for a script that was overhauled at the last minute, ghosts more interested in spooking the viewers than than the characters, and a villain who makes no sense in his motivations, power, limits or his reactions…
 
Mike is joined by actor and pretty cool guy, Dennis Velasco to partake in some Hammer cinema. This movie is notable for being a sequel that has no Dracula in it but we get Van Helsing and his ingenuity to make holy weapons out of unorthodox source materials. Dennis can be found: Instagram: @dennisvelasco Twitter: @velascodennis IMDb: https://www.im…
 
Rich Joins mike to ring in the new year with Little Monsters. No not that fred savage one, and no, not a remake of the Fred Savage film. This movie features a guy who channels the spirit of Jack Black despite him still being alive which raises questions we aren’t fit to answer. Nonetheless, this movie is damn great and worth checking out. As well a…
 
Eric suggested this weeks movie. and while we might have some differing thoughts, we had a ton of laughs with good company and that’s the real point of the season. We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to send us movie suggestions and comment on episodes! You can follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Thegr…
 
If the Sawyer family from Texas Chainsaw Massacre found themselves in a Hallmark Christmas movie, this would be it. Previously a patreon exclusive with Sheldon, Mike decided 2020 needed some genuine fun in the main feed, so Eric is here to see if Mike was just high on eggnog, or if this movie really is a gift that keeps on giving. We now have a web…
 
We aren’t done with 2020 yet, as the month of Dismember has fallen upon us once again and that means the Christmassacre! We are joined by novelist and very cool person, Stacy Cox, to unwrap the mystery of what happens when you take a traumatized child and spend a decade trying to beat the crazy out of them. Spoiler: It’s this movie. Visit her page …
 
What do you get when the secret Cohen brother decides to take a shot at American consumerism through satire with a touch of horror? you get the stuff. right stuff? wrong stuff? Watch and find out. We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to send us movie suggestions and comment on episodes! You can follow us on Facebook …
 
Mike and Eric cover the 1986 movie about prototype defense robots that get struck by lightning and then come alive. no…. the other one. The testament to American commerce and fear of the future mixed with a Corman budget. We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to send us movie suggestions and comment on episodes! You c…
 
Mike is joined by 2 producers, David Black and Glen Cook, to discuss a movie about an ocean monster awakened by atom bombs that beat Godzilla to the punch. Enjoy our thoughts on the killer sextopus David is working on promoting his latest project https://www.facebook.com/ToxicAlienZombieBabes We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.c…
 
Mike and Eric celebrate the 40th anniversary of the campsite carnage that started a series. From its humble beginings as a Halloween ripoff to its legendary status and legal troubles of today, this movie really has a come a long way. We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to send us movie suggestions and comment on epi…
 
We sneak one more Halloween horror in with the rubber faced pitch man that 80’s kids loved, Ernest P Worrel, as he faces a catastrophe of his own making. Mike is joined by Rich to see if this brand of comedy still hold up or ages poorly like Miak in the sun. We now have a website! Visit us at www.strangebiscuits.com/graveyard to send us movie sugge…
 
Mike is joined once again by Sheldon and the return of musician Rick Massie. We discuss Ricks absolute favorite scary movie, Spookies. All you need to know is that it was actually 2 half movies edited together with NO cohesive plot or actors that appeared in anything else with the exception of one softcore actress. but the monsters look great and i…
 
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