On Episode 127 of Saw Something Scary the guys get some stuff off their chest - upcoming horror from Sarah Paulson, Stranger Things drops a tease - as did the new Batman team. Robert Eggers has a new movie coming and Chris Evans is bringing a horror comedy musical back to life?
All that and more - plus they're reviwing Brahms: The Boy II!
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Took 'em a hot minute but the guys from Saw Something Scary got around to The Lighthouse on this one. They also took a look at a Saw Expanded Universe trailer & gave us a very videogame-centric Horror Reporter. All this & more on the latest from The Triple S Podcast!
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Finally - perhaps the last potentially great wide-release Horror movie of 2019 is here!
Saw Something Scary has this one covered from every angle. And guess what!
We're back with all your favorite segments (see below for timestamps)! So what are you waiting for, hit that download button, press play, and let's get going on the latest episode of Saw Something Scary!
I. Jeff Hates Trailers - 01:09
II. The Horror Reporter (Unofficially) - 05:51
- Color Out of Space and Why Bringing Lovecraft to the Screen is So Difficult
- Elijah Wood interested in Rebooting Nightmare on Elm Street
- Why didn't Dr. Sleep Make More Money??
III. Pull the Curtain: Dr. Sleep (Unofficially) - 29:33
Y'all are heading out this weekend to see Dr. Sleep, right? We thought you might like a refresher on The Shining to sharpen up the ol' memory as you head to the theater. So here you go - a special Dr. Sleep inspired re-release of our review of The Shining. Enjoy!
Ya boys from Saw Something Scary are back and bringing that good stuff you know and love! Sure, the review is trailing behind a bit but you know nobody does it like they do. ;) So hit that download button, press play, and let's get it going!
This special mini-episode from Saw Something Scary is a special interview with Jody Webster of the October Movie Scare-A-Thon. Tune in to find out how you can have your Halloween enhanced (for free!) through this year's Scare-A-Thon viewing schedule!
This week Saw Something Scary is reviewing 2007's on-again-off-again The Poughkeepsie Tapes, one of Jeff's favorites. The film drew a contradictory response from each host and keep listening because the review keeps going because our guys can't quit talking about the film.
You'll be getting the full slate of Triple S Podcast goodies as well. So what are we waiting for? Hit that dowload button, press play, and lets get started on the latest episode of Saw Something Scary!
The hour draws nearer... It - Chapter 2 drops at your local theater (most likely) this evening! To help you get ready the guys from Saw Something Scary are giving you a special re-release of their review of It - Chapter 1 from 2017 (along with the infamous Baby In a Theater Story). Enjoy!
Saw Something Scary is doing all they can to make the release of It - Chapter 2 as special as possible for our listeners. With that aim in mind we submit our first appetizer, a re-release of our review of the wonderful, Tim-Curry-driven, 1990 Television miniseries. Enjoy!
Derik and Jeff of Saw Something Scary wanted to return to the roots of the Child's Play franchise for a variety of reasons and are here to be your guides to a movie that is really better than it has any business being.
On the way:
I. Jeff Hates Trailers
Really, this is the best JHT segment ever. The guys also talk about the new Creepshow trailer plus the first from AMC's The Terror season 02.
II. The Horror Reporter
- Margot Robbie developing new family-friendly horror series - huh?
- Good News / Bad News with horror films coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe
- Details on both of the planned Halloween (2018) sequels
III. Pull the Curtain: Child's Play 88
It's come time to wrap up Season 3 of Netflix's Stranger Things. The guys from Saw Something Scarywent into extra innings on this one, giving the season the kind of careful attention it deserves! Here's what else is in this one:
I. Jeff Hates Trailers Rob Zombie Movies
*Warning* Rant Incoming!
II. The Horror Reporter
- John Carpenter is getting into comics
- A Nightmare on Elm Street is getting a fresh attempt at a remake?i - News from the world of A Quiet Place!
Get Out is a movie we love too much to review just once.
In all seriousness, if you can remember Episode 09 from back in 2017 you know that our hosts pretty much just gushed over the film. Derik and Jeff thought it high time that this film got the more robust Saw Something Scary review it deserved.
And this episode began life as one of the monthly bonus episodes delivered to our supporting listeners on Patreon.com/ScaryPodcast. If you have ever thought about signing up this is an example of the content you'll find in our Patreon campaign. If you want more of the kind then sign up for one of the the support tiers that includes the monthly bonus.
So you know where we go from here - hit that download button, press play, and lets get into the latest episode of Saw Something Scary!
This week the guys from Saw Something Scary are heading back into the woods of Burkittsville to check on Heather, Josh, and Mike from the 1996 paradigm-changing The Blair Witch Project.
The film released (widely) in July of 1994 - following a January film festival release that most of us in the pre-Google, pre-streaming media world didn't get to participate in - and either predicted or created the future of an entire genre of film making.
Hit that download button, press play, and let's get started on a retrospective whose time has come!
Saw Something Scary is finally reviewing the Sociopath Superman Story known as Brightburn.
This week's episode does not feature a Jeff Hates Trailers but is does contain a special guest appearance of The Mega Podders!
Here's where to find everything:
The Horror Reporter - ( 02:34 )
Netflix is making people vomit Andre Overedal & Stephen King are Making all the Movies Good new from Jordan Peele's Candyman film
- Breaking bad news, however, from the cinematic world of Batman John Moxley set the pro-wrestling world - and more - on fire via podcast this week ( 16:50 )
The regularly scheduled Saw Something Scary slate of programming is back this week! Not only do you get the re-appearance of Jeff Hates Trailers and The Horror Reporter but this week's episode contains the first appearance of a *Breaking* Horror Reporter.
And all that (well, mostly) is before we get to the review.
So don't waste any time - hit that download button, press play, and let's get going on the latest Saw Something Scary!
Tragic news today: The Bye Bye Man has found new... life?... on Netflix. As a result the guys from Saw Something Scary are reaching waaaay back into the archives for their review of the film immediately after the guys recovered from seeing that thing in the theater.
If you are one of the unfortunate people who streamed that thing here's your chance to vicariously vent your frustrations through Derik and Jeff. It's the closest thing you'll get to Bad Horror Movie Therapy and, as a bonus, you'll get a chance to hear the origin story of Derik's regular "Bye bye, man" sign off that is a staple of Saw Something Scary episodes.
By special request from a listener we present our episode (30) from September 2017 reviewing the ABC Mini-Series version of Stephen King's It.
If you want to take a trip back in time you can press play at the start for the guys from Saw Something Scarypaying their respects to Tobe
Hooper, cover the most anticipated horror movies coming during the
remainder of 2017, and take the temperature of the horror genre at that time.
If you just want the review then skip to ~ the 33:37 mark, take your paper boat, grab your balloon, and step down to the place where they all float!
This week the guys are embarked on a, well, tortuous journey through both 2007's Funny Games and 2008's Martyrs. But good news - they survived to tell the tale and are continuing to walk The Road to Jordan Peele's Us.
Here's what you get in Saw Something Scary Episode 95: