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CW: Suicide. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones: 1-800-273-8255. We’re kicking off a new semester by tackling two incredibly dark films that ask the question: have you checked on your mom lately? Alex and Andrea inve…
 
Radio for the Creeps is in between seasons right now, but we'll be back with Season Two later in September. If you're new to the Creep City Limits, why not stick around a minute and check out Season One, including the two off season Bonus Episodes. Talk soon, Citizens! Follow Radio for the Creeps on Twitter, and stop by the Creep City Gift Shop on …
 
The summer bonus trilogy concludes! Join Alex as she mines the occasional depths, miscalculations and style choices of Sylvain White’s I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer, examining whether the 1990s Teen Horror Cycle can exist in a new millennium. Right click or option-click here and choose “Save Target As”…
 
Vacation? Not this summer. But Mattshotcha is in the Creep City Studio with Shifty Samurai and Mel Zombi to talk Vacations Gone Wrong! The gang discuss the strange times in the early 2000's where "Torture Horror" and "Strangers Abroad Horror" intersect in some of the most troubling and problematic Horror films such as Hostel, The Ruins, and Turista…
 
It's a BONUS EPISODE! Considering that it's Shark Week 2020, Matt and a panel of Horror podcast hosts, including Riley from Slash 'N Cast, Bailey from We Came From Beneath the Sea, Brooker from Mild Threat & Peril, Patrick from Kill By Kill, and Jordan of Slasher Media, to talk about the ultimate big shark flick, JAWS! Join this panel of pods for a…
 
In the Season One Finale of Radio for the Creeps, Matt is joined by the Horror Queen of the North, Andrea Subissati of Rue Morgue and the Faculty of Horror podcast! Horror Outside the Theater is the topic and Andrea and Matt spent close to an hour just riffing on what makes horror a part of everyday life. Check it out, and make sure to follow Andre…
 
Our Summer of Plague wraps up with a look at potential cures and a post-human reality. Between Guillermo del Toro’s Frankensteinian bugs and a post-apocalyptic UK, the end of the world may be closer (and more necessary) than we think. The Fack Dispatch – Subscribe to our monthly newsletter! Become a Patron! REQUIRED READING Mimic. Dir. Guillermo de…
 
Alex is back with Julie and Ray to continue their summer pastime of making terrible terrible decisions! This time with Brandy, Jack Black and some dubious geography trivia. Get your rain slicker, your tanning bed and some popcorn and join the fun! Right click or option-click here and choose “Save Target As”…
 
Cosmic? Aquatic? Lovecraftian? We're talking the fear of the unknown on this episode of Horror at Home: What to Watch, with The Beach House. Streaming now on Shudder, Matt covers not only the film, but some of the real world factors that could explain a fascination with the fear of the unknown in these modern times. Follow Radio for the Creeps on T…
 
Matt is joined for the first ever installment of "Date Night" by the one and only Mrs. Shotcha! Come hang with the Shotchas, covering everything from Found Footage to Feral Cats. Shout out to the Citizens of Creep City for their support that made the show expansion, which included the extra audio gear to get Mrs. Shotcha on the air, possible. Follo…
 
Time to hunker in your bunker! In this episode, Andrea and Alex tackle the issues surrounding Nice Guys, privilege, and the conservative ideology around preservation during times of upheaval. The Fack Dispatch – Subscribe to our monthly newsletter! Become a Patron! REQUIRED READING 10 Cloverfield Lane. Dir Dan Trachtenberg, 2016. EXTRA CREDIT r/nic…
 
Join Alex for a commentary on the teen slasher classic, I Know What You Did Last Summer. Featuring a discussion of wigs, classism, star power and how an urban legend threatened to bring down a cynical generation, this commentary makes the case for July 4 becoming the Fisherman’s Holiday. Cue up the film, get some popcorn and settle in for 100 minut…
 
Our first ever guest on Radio for the Creeps is none other than Mr. Wes Keltner. President and CEO of Gun by day, Tiny Terrors creator by night, Wes stopped by to chat about Giallo films and their brief but massive impact on the American Slasher. Catch up with Wes on Twitter as @weskeltner and tune in to Tiny Terrors on Twitch!…
 
We’ve had a lot of people asking what we’ve been watching lately so here’s a run of the new releases that have been on our radar. The second portion of this episode is available to all tiers of our Patreon! Join now and gain access to the rest of our lockdown activities, plus even more perks and extras. Become a Patron! Movies discussed: The Hunt V…
 
What starts as a routine stop for a firefighters and a puff piece for some TV journalists descends into one of the most chilling and prescient film franchises in contemporary horror. To kick off the Summer of Plague series, Andrea and Alex delve into the nooks and crannies of Spanish history and a Barcelona apartment complex to read between the fra…
 
By reminding us of the past, ghosts can shape our future, revealing hidden truths, histories and uncertainties that we’re often too scared to acknowledge. Grief and terror become inextricably intertwined in Peter Medak’s The Changeling, and Andrea and Alex untangle the metaphors, traumas and unspoken realities that have made this film a Canadian ho…
 
Skipping the pond and travelling back to the roaring ’20s (the last ones, that is), Andrea and Alex take a tour of interwar Germany via two of the country’s most celebrated cinematic marvels. From the Weimar Republic to the Frankfurt school, from German expressionism to antisemitism, the past presents us with creativity unfettered (and warnings unh…
 
From the Gothic urban landscape, to narrative switch-a-roos, to entitled male rage, David Fincher’s Se7en is much more than a morality-wielding killer with a penchant for… unboxings. In this episode, Andrea and Alex delve into the movie’s complicated moral codes, the history of detective fiction and the dangers of having a God-complex. The Fack Dis…
 
It’s a Fack Flash episode about our pets! Join Alex, Andrea and a feisty Pomeranian for a chat about furbabies, familiars and the auditory terrors of canine indigestion. The full episode is available to all tiers of our Patreon! Join now and gain access to the complete one-hour episode, plus even more perks and extras. Become a Patron! Right click …
 
Locking your windows and doors won’t do much good when Béatrice Dalle is at your door. This month we tackle the grotesque Holiday classic Inside (À l’Intérieur) and examine themes of conception, religion, and motherhood alongside the French politics of the time. Become a Patron! The Fack Dispatch – Subscribe to our monthly newsletter! REQUIRED READ…
 
Sharpen your teeth (and your wits) because this month, we’re devouring the world of Anne Rice and her cinematic vampires. Discussing their emergence from Gothic literary fever dream to hyper-stylized incarnations on the big screen, Andrea and Alex prove that there’s still life in them yet. Become a Patron! The Fack Dispatch – Subscribe to our month…
 
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