Rank #1: Music City Horror Episode 35
Kayla and Eli discuss the upcoming release of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, highlights from the August streaming selection, and then have the privilege of interviewing Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillette, and Chad Villella, directors of V/H/S, Southbound and the upcoming Ready or Not starring Samara Weaving. You don't want to miss it!
Rank #2: Music City Horror Episode 34
We roll out another Retro Rewind, this time focusing on the 1997 hit I Know What You Did Last Summer. We talk about current things in horror, including Child's Play, Midsommar, Annabelle, Stranger Things, Lana's Fun Facts, and shout out some other podcasts. Check it out!
Rank #3: Music City Horror Episode 27
Happy 2019! We talked about our horror resolutions, as well as things we are excited about for 2019. These include IT: Chapter 2, Us, Pet Semetary, Child's Play, Happy Death Day 2U and many more. We also acknowledge John Carpenter's birthday, the Nashville coyote and Eli's new catch phrase!
Rank #4: Music City Horror Episode 26
There was a bad cable/connection on one of the mics (probably Eli's) and the recording has a ton of hiss and static. We tried to fix this as best we could, alas, we could not completely remove it. We apologize for this.
This is the year end review for 2018! We discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly for all things horror from this year.
Rank #5: Music City Horror Episode 29
We get the chance to interview Ted Welch and Ashley Pereira, stars of the new indie thriller/horror film All Light Will End, which is now available on Netflix. We also discuss the Shudder documentary Horror Noire, as well as new releases The Prodigy and Happy Death Day 2U, and talk about some of the exciting news recently announced in the world of horror!
Rank #6: Music City Horror Episode 31
We discuss some new projects we have seen recently, including Pet Semetary, Thriller, Sabrina and the Twilight Zone. We then move over to Lana's Fun Facts, followed by our live interview with Troma founder Lloyd Kaufman, recorded live in Nashville!
Rank #7: Music City Horror Episode 28
We get the chance to interview Rocky Gray, composer and arranger of such films as The Barn and 10/31. He discuss his influences, what it is like to compose (and direct) for a horror movie, the upcoming 10/31 sequel, and his time as the drummer for one of the biggest bands of the last 20 years.
Rank #8: Music City Horror Episode 32
*** Warning, severe technical/audio issues in this episode***
We discuss the Midsommer and It Chapter 2 trailers, and then do a Retro Rewind about the Lost Boys with our special guest Jenn from the Horror Virgin!
Rank #9: Bonus Episode : Hunter Interview
We had the chance to chat with writer, lead actor and producer Jason Kellerman and director and producer David Tarleton, creators of the new independent film Hunter. The film has already gotten a buzz, winning Best Horror Feature at the Manhattan Film Fest 2018, as well as Best Feature at Freakshow Horror Film Fest 2018. The film will be released to on demand on Feb 12th, so we were thrilled to chat with these two about this exciting project.
You can find more information at hunterfilmchicago.com and on Twitter @hunterthefilm.
Rank #10: Music City Horror Episode 30
We discuss the latest releases for the spring season, which ended up being more jam packed than we were thinking. We touch on Us, Pet
Sematary, Sabrina season 2, Twilight Zone and more. Lana's fun facts are here as always!
Rank #11: Music City Horror Episode 33
We interview local personality Taylor Gentry, discuss recent releases, listen to Eli's story about meeting Joe Bob Briggs and dive in to this weeks Lana's Fun Facts!