iHorror Movie News and Reviews
09/26/2022
Welcome to the Hotel Full of Horror
This episode, the boys review Pearl, Barbarian, 1992's Mikey, talk about what famous families The Skarsgårds could take in a fight, and celebrate Scream Factory's Tenth anniversary. Then they go into their main topic talking about Horror locations of Hotels, Motels, Air BnBs, and rentals; talking so
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09/12/2022
Retaliating with The Geare Brothers
This episode, the boys review Jaws in IMAX, The Movie (actually title), Correia watches Children of the Corn 1-3, and Jacob live at The New Beverly Theatre. Shortly after, the boys welcome The Geare Brothers, writers of the upcoming revenge genre mashup, The Retaliators; to talk about cult movies, r
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08/29/2022
Man vs. BEAST
This episode, the boys review Orphan: First Kill, Glorious, Barbarian, Bodies Bodies Bodies, Glorious, Fall, and Beast before delving into their favorite topic of Man Vs. Beast Movies. Highlighting their favorite Jaws knock offs, the resurgence of Animal Attack movies in the 90's, and pitch what ani
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08/15/2022
Eat PREY Love
In this episode, Jacob talks about his bi-annual pilgrimage to Vinegar Syndrome's The Archive, Jay reviews DC Pets and Bullet Train, and Correia Reviews I Was Lorena Bobbitt and Shrew's Nest.  The boys then rave about Prey leading into a discussion about the entire Predator franchise and pitch where
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08/01/2022
Horror in Summer Blockbusters
In this episode, the boys review Jordan Peele's NOPE, Jay and Jacob review Dashcam, Correia gets sidetracked by comic book movies, then they move into the topic of Horror and Summer Blockbusters. From the origins of Summer Blockbusters with Jaws, its evolution into spectacle features, and how horror
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07/18/2022
Talking IT with John Campopiano and Christopher Griffiths
This episode, the boys talk (a lot) about The Black Phone and Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street before delving into an interview with John Campopiano and Chris Griffiths, the directors of the behind-the-scenes doc Pennywise: The Story of IT. Premiering on streaming platforms and Bloody Disgu
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07/04/2022
Hardest Working Partners in Horror
This episode, the boys welcome back Ama Lea and introduce her partner, Brandon Scullion.   We discuss the Fangoria Chainsaw Awards directed by Ama and edited by Brandon, upcoming projects including Brandon's next feature The New Hands and Ama's shorts, filmmaking as a couple, and what fashion design
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06/20/2022
Franchise Anchors
In this NEW EPISODE: The boys are over heated in their homes and reminisce about free air conditioning thanks to Movie pass, Jay reviews Jurassic World Dominion, Jacob reviews All About Evil, Correia reviews You Won't Be Alone, and everyone gushes over Crimes of the Future. The main topic is inspire
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06/06/2022
Uncovering Found Footage Films
In this episode, Correia goes to Disneyland and Jacob attends a When Animals Attack movie marathon. The boys review The Sadness, Watcher, and Studio 666 again before digging into The Found Footage Phenomenon documentary. They discuss their favorite FF Horror films, history and trends with the genre,
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05/23/2022
Nightmare Pregnancies and Creepy Babies
In this episode, the boys catch up on recent viewings of Firestarter, The Northman, Men, and more, Correia visits The Haunted Museum, and Jacob attends 2 movie marathons in one day. The boys review/praise HBOMax's The Baby and discuss Gynaehorror, films that center around horror involving pregnancy
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05/09/2022
Bloody Diners, Haunted Garages, and Dukey Flyswatter
In this episode, the boys review 4K transfer of Inland Empire, Hatching, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Strawberry Mansion and more! In the second half, they are joined by filmmaker and musician Kevin Vonesper to talk about his upcoming documentary: "The Life and Slimes of Dukey Flyswa
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04/25/2022
A Rally for More Women Directed Horror
This episode, the guys discuss The Northman, Wrymwood: Apocalypse, The Massive Weight of Unbearable Talent, George A. Romero in the 90's and Jacaranda Joe (his Sasquatch proof of concept, before lamenting about the shelving of Karyn Kusama's Mina Harker focused Dracula  leading to a discussion on Wo
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04/11/2022
The X-tra Long Catch Up Episode
After an unplanned hiatus, the boys catch up on everything from Morbius to Everything Everywhere All at Once to The Razzies and Bruce Willis, with a special emphasis on Ti West's X, its retro-aesthetic, other movies with retro-aesthetics, and A WHOLE BUNCH MORE! We cover so much, its 5 minutes longe
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03/14/2022
Rise of the Requel!
This episode, the guys review The Batman, The Burning Sea, and Texas Chainsaw Massacre 22', pitch a Jean Claude Van Damme Vs. Candyman crossover, then get into a discussion about the Requel boom of the last few years. Is this trend here to stay? Are requels needed? Find out on the latest episode of
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02/28/2022
Real Body Horror: The Legacy of Jackass
This episode, Jay discovers a new favorite podcast, Jacob gets back into Magic: The Gathering with the new Universal Monster cards, and Correia leads a discussion on the morbid curiosity with the legacy of the Jackass franchise.https://linktr.ee/EyeOnHorror
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02/17/2022
Yellowjackets Minisode
In this Mini-sode, the boys show their love for the Showtime Original YELLOWJACKETS! Warning, they spoil a lot of what happens in the first season so please watch this awesome show before listening. Don' forget to check out our main episodes, check out our socials for latest EOH news, and MORE!https
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02/14/2022
Toxic Relationships in Horror
Happy Valentine's Day Eyeballs! In this episode, we discuss our some of the most toxic relationships in horror. Also, Correia rants about Moonfall, Jacob talks attends Sundance virtually, and Jay gets excited about pandemic movies. https://linktr.ee/EyeOnHorror*Editor's Note* Correia mentions The Ni
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02/07/2022
Mini-sode Ep.1 Scream 5
What? A mini episode?!?! Coming at you in a bit sized segment, the boys spend a little more time with Scream (2022) and get into some major spoiler territory. If you haven't seen Scream 5, do so before listening to this episode! If you like what you hear you can: subscribe, give us a review, rate us
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01/31/2022
Season 5 is Here with a Scream!
We are back!!! This week, we talk new movies amidst the January rut for horror titles, Jacob does January Giallo, and of course we talk about Scream 5 and the legacy of this genre-defining franchise.
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12/20/2021
2021 Top Tens!
In this, the Season 4 Finale, the guys reveal their Top Ten lists for the years as well as discuss movies that just missed the cut.  And also surprisingly talk a lot about Scooby Doo.
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12/06/2021
Toxic Fandoms
This episode, the guys talk about their Vinegar Syndrome and Severin Films Black Friday hauls, geek out about Titane and Addams Family, Resident Resident Evil Expert Jacob reviews Welcome to Raccoon City, before discussing toxic fandom and how it has reared its ugly head with Ghostbusters: Afterlife
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11/22/2021
Dysfunctional & Demented Dinners
With Thanksgiving coming up the boys discuss some of their favorite dinner scenes in horror. From Texas Chainsaw Massacre to Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 to You're Next (seriously, what holiday were they celebrating in that one?!?!?!). The boys also review Hypnotic (on Netflix), The Beta Test (In theat
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11/08/2021
We Know What Cinematographer Anka Malatynska Did Last Summer
This episode, Jacob is back (!) to talk about Last Night in Soho, The Slumber Party Massacre, Antlers, and Dune.  Then, we chat with cinematographer Anka Malatynska about her work on Amazon's I Know What You Did Last Summer and more!
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10/25/2021
Monsters, Makeup & Effects with Heather Wixson
This episode, Heather Wixson, author, historian, and managing editor of Daily Dead, subs in for Jacob as we talk recent watches, such as Malignant, Lamb, and Midnight Mass. Heather discusses her new book of interviews, called Monsters, Makeup & Effects: Conversations with Cinema's Greatest Artists V
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