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BP Podcast, Episode 36: “Spring Break, Sharks, Graboids & More”

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June 8, 2018 • Movies, Podcast, Uncategorized

It’s been a couple months, but we’re back with a (LONG) catch up podcast episode! On this podcast ep, listen to us ramble about a bunch of recent movie viewings, including six special “spring break-ish” movies, plus new releases Deep Blue Sea 2 and Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell! We also preview the next #TerrorTweet episode featuring Sleepaway Camp… Read More ›

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BP Podcast, Episode 36: “Spring Break, Sharks, Graboids & More”

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It’s been a couple months, but we’re back with a (LONG) catch up podcast episode! On this podcast ep, listen to us ramble about a bunch of recent movie viewings, including six special “spring break-ish” movies, plus new releases Deep Blue Sea 2 and Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell! We also preview the next #TerrorTweet episode featuring Sleepaway Camp… Read More ›

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ICYMI: The Bloody Popcorn Podcast is now a part of the Screaming Pods Network!

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The Bloody Popcorn Podcast is now a part of the Screaming Pods Network! (And we’re super excited.) See the official press release below for more information on this podcast network — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (February 1, 2018): The creator and host of The Screamcast podcast, Sean Duregger (@seanCduregger), has created Screaming Pods (@ScreamingPods), a podcast network. The network officially launches today (2/1/2018), you… Read More ›

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Tales from the Darkside: Is “The Casavin Curse” still scary?

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For a lot of us, especially those who were younger, horror in the 80s was wrapped up in Tales from the Darkside as much as it was the video store shelf. The problem was, most of the time the only thing really, truly creepy in the episodes were the opening and closing themes (and those… Read More ›

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Music We Love: The Tunes of the ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ franchise

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I wanted take a minute to state how much I appreciate the internet when it comes to the music from the movies we grew up watching. Pre-internet, say in the early 90s, there were not a ton of kids in my junior high who still cared about Nightmare on Elm Street or Freddy, and even… Read More ›