On this weeks Vundacast Stephen and Danielle get in the Halloween spirit by reminiscing on some of their favorite horror movies. Stephen and Danielle each came up with a list of five horror movies that have stood out in their minds as truly special. Both Stephen and Danielle both came up with the same #1 horror movie: John Carpenter's The Thing. Here their impassioned reasons as to what makes a great horror movie and listen up for all the sweet honorable mentions we recommend. Get in the Halloween spirit put on your headphones and give our top horror movies podcast a listen. Make sure to follow us on itunes and Stitcher.
Hosts: Stephen and D-Rock We return as does the Inner Circle on this episode of the Vundacast and AEW DYNAMITE 4/7/21. We also catch up on what we missed Arcade Anarchy, The Pinnacle, etc. Hear this up!!!
Welcome to Day 17 of our #VundaHalloweenAthon The 17th theme of the month is "We Live in a Society." Does social commentary have a place in horror films? You bet your pumpkins it does. Throughout the history of horror, films have always had something to say. Today is a day to ponder the bigger ideas in the way we most prefer--with a side of kills, screams, and blood! It might be an oldie you just never got around to seeing or something from a fresh young filmmaker who you haven't given a chance yet. The sky is the limit and bonus Pumpkin Points if you watch more than one movie a day on theme! Here are a few recommendations from the team, taken from our own watchlists for today... Group Pick: Dawn of the Dead (1978) directed by George A. Romero is one of the most iconic pieces of cinema and all 2 hours and 7 minutes is available this spooky season free on YouTube. D-Rock: - Slaxx (2020) directed by Elza Kephart - 1h 17m - Shudder - 28 Days Later (2002) directed by Da