Corpse Club is the official DailyDead.com podcast! Featuring a mix of Daily Dead staff and special guests, each episode of Corpse Club will dive into the world of horror entertainment. Welcome to the Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 108: Horror Video Games from E3 2019, Plus SWAMP THING, LUCIFER, 3 FROM HELL 06/14/2019
Episode 108: Horror Video Games from E3 2019, Plus SWAMP THING, LUCIFER, 3 FROM HELL In addition to the horror genre heating up the big screen, it's also generating plenty of scares in the immersive world of video games, and with a bunch of horror news announced at 2019's E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo), Corpse Club co-hosts Jonathan James and Tamika Jones, along with new co-host Bryan Christopher, discuss some of the exciting video games announced at the expo, including DOOM Eternal, Vampire Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, Cyberpunk 2077, Blair Witch, and Dying Light 2. With the horror news desk overflowing with recent announcements and reports, the trio also talk about Swamp Thing being canceled early in its first season on DC Universe, Netflix's renewal of Lucifer for its fifth and final season, and the return of the Firefly family in the first teaser trailer for Rob Zombie's 3 From Hell. Also, as an official induction into our crypt of co-hosts, Bryan Christopher shares his top five favorite horror films. So, whether you've been playing horror video games since Jason Voorhees donned a purple jumpsuit on the NES or you've never picked up a controller, kick back, relax, and enjoy a new episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 107: GODZILLA, MA, and THE OVERLOOK FILM FESTIVAL 06/07/2019
Episode 107: GODZILLA, MA, and THE OVERLOOK FILM FESTIVAL With Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Ma kicking off another summer at the cinema, we discuss both movies on this special double feature episode of Corpse Club! Listen as co-hosts Derek Anderson and Jonathan James discuss the colossal kaiju, conflicted characters, awe-inspiring visuals, and massive monster mashes of director Michael Dougherty's new entry to longstanding Godzilla lore. From Ghidorah's apocalyptic awakening to Godzilla's radioactive rampage, there's plenty of creature-centric carnage to discuss! Then, Corpse Club co-host Tamika Jones joins the duo to talk about Blumhouse's new horror movie Ma, including Octavia Spencer's empathetic and chilling performance as Sue Ann, the movie's raucous teen party scenes, the motivations behind Sue Ann's violent actions, and the divisive ending. So, whether you're taking cover from kaiju in a bunker or you're heading into your neighbor's basement to party till you drop, sit back, relax, and enjoy a new episode of Corpse Club—just make sure you don't listen alone!
info_outline Episode 106: BRIGHTBURN and Superhero Horror Movies 05/31/2019
Episode 106: BRIGHTBURN and Superhero Horror Movies Great power doesn't always come with great responsibility, as evidenced by the young superhero turned serial killer in Brightburn, who's more interested in destroying the world instead of saving it. On this episode of Daily Dead's podcast, don your favorite cape and listen as Corpse Club co-hosts Scott Drebit, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James discuss David Yarovesky's Brightburn, including their thoughts on the film's performances, the evil transformation of the super-powered Brandon Breyer (Jackson A. Dunn), and the memorable gore that he wreaks with his array of otherworldly abilities. The co-hosts also talk about other superhero films with elements of horror, such as Venom and Glass. So, after making sure that glowing red eyes aren't watching you from your window, sit back, relax, and enjoy a new episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 105: Celebrating 40 Years of ALIEN 05/24/2019
Episode 105: Celebrating 40 Years of ALIEN With May 25th marking the 40th anniversary of the theatrical release of Ridley Scott's Alien, the Corpse Club co-hosts thought it would be the perfect time to grab a flamethrower, check their motion sensors, and revisit Scott's classic film and the Alien franchise as a whole. Listen as co-hosts Scott Drebit, Tamika Jones, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James discuss why Alien still endures as one of the greatest horror and sci-fi films of all time, including H.R. Giger's stunning creature designs, the believable chemistry between the ship's blue-collar characters, Dan O'Bannon's unpredictable screenplay, and the powerful performances by Sigourney Weaver, Yaphet Kotto, Tom Skerritt, Harry Dean Stanton, Veronica Cartwright, and more. The co-hosts also discuss the sequels to Alien, Dark Horse's Alien franchise comic books, and where they'd like to see the franchise go in the future now that Disney has acquired 21st Century Fox. So, after you make sure Jonesy is fed, kick back, relax, and enjoy a new episode of Corpse Club... just don't fall into hypersleep!
info_outline Episode 104: Horror Films, TV Series, and Video Games of 2010 05/17/2019
Episode 104: Horror Films, TV Series, and Video Games of 2010 From the big screen to the small screen and everything in between, there's no doubt that we're living in a golden age of horror, with the genre skyrocketing to scary new heights over the past ten years. Now that the decade is coming to a close, we thought this would be the perfect time to reflect on notable horror movies, TV series, and video games released in the 2010s that left an impact on the genre and influenced its future, including what we're experiencing now. In this episode, Tamika Jones, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James kick off our retrospective 2010s series with a look back at some of the most memorable horror releases of 2010, from the deadly shadows of Alan Wake to the Halloween night premiere of AMC's The Walking Dead to Freddy Krueger slashing his way back into cinemas and piranhas taking a bite out of spring breakers... in 3D! So, join us on a journey through a decade filled with horror remakes, groundbreaking original films, binge-worthy series, and immersive video games. The 2010s may be getting ready for the grave, but thanks to the decade's immeasurable influence on the world of horror, there's no way it will rest in peace.
info_outline Episode 103: Horror BFFs - THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (2009) 05/10/2019
Episode 103: Horror BFFs - THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (2009) Continuing their retrospective episodes on horror remakes released in 2009 that celebrate their 10th anniversaries this year, Horror BFFs Heather Wixson and Patrick Bromley head to the Collingwoods' lake house for a revisit of The Last House on the Left remake. From its unnerving violence to its impressive cast that includes Tony Goldwyn, Monica Potter, Garret Dillahunt, Aaron Paul, and Sara Paxton, listen as Heather and Patrick take a deep dive into the reimagining of Wes Craven's 1972 horror thriller, including their thoughts on director Dennis Iliadis' approach to the unsettling revenge story. So, after you make sure nobody's in your microwave, kick back, relax, and enjoy another Horror BFFs
info_outline Episode 102: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of THE MUMMY (1999) 05/03/2019
Episode 102: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of THE MUMMY (1999) Instilling a lifelong fear of scarab beetles in a generation of moviegoers, The Mummy (1999) celebrates its 20th anniversary on May 7th, and we commemorate the infectiously fun remake of the 1932 Universal Monster movie on this episode of Daily Dead's official podcast! Listen as Corpse Club co-hosts Tamika Jones, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James take a deep dive into the action, adventure, and horror of 1999's The Mummy, including writer/director Stephen Sommers' Indiana Jones-esque vision for the remake, the film's effective blend of CGI and practical effects, and the movie's mix of slapstick comedy and bone-chilling (and life-sucking) horror. The co-hosts also discuss the chemistry of the film's eclectic cast, from Brendan Fraser's role as the resourceful Rick O'Connell to Rachel Weisz as the resilient Evelyn Carnahan and Arnold Vosloo's haunting portrayal of Imhotep. Taking a look at the expansion of The Mummy franchise, the Corpse Club co-hosts talk about the return of familiar faces and the introduction of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as The Scorpion King in The Mummy Returns, as well as the new villain that the O'Connell family faces in The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. Before riding into the Saharan sunset, the co-hosts also discuss 2017's The Mummy reboot and where they'd like to see the franchise go in the future. So, after you make sure you don't have one of those hungry scarab beetles crawling under your skin, kick back, relax, and enjoy a new episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 101: Horror BFFs - MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D (2009) 04/26/2019
Episode 101: Horror BFFs - MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D (2009) Continuing their retrospective episodes on horror remakes released in 2009 that celebrate their 10th anniversaries this year, Horror BFFs Heather Wixson and Patrick Bromley head to the mines of Harmony for a revisit of My Bloody Valentine 3D. From the movie's eclectic cast of young TV stars (such as Jensen Ackles, Kerr Smith, and Jaime King) and veteran actors (including Tom Atkins and Kevin Tighe) to the film's ambitiously gory kills and festive Valentine's Day atmosphere, listen as Heather and Patrick take a deep dive into the reimagining of 1981's My Bloody Valentine, including why it ranks as one of the best horror remakes from 2009. So, after another hard-working day at the mines (or wherever you work), kick back, relax, and enjoy another Horror BFFs episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 100: CORPSE CLUB's 100 Essential Horror Movies 04/19/2019
Episode 100: CORPSE CLUB's 100 Essential Horror Movies The Corpse Club celebrates their 100th episode by discussing their 100 essential horror movies! Listen as Heather Wixson, Patrick Bromley, Scott Drebit, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James gather among the tombstones to talk about the 100 horror movies they believe are essential viewing before you enter the graveyard for good. From Nosferatu and Get Out to 98 other films in between, the Corpse Club co-hosts each name 20 must-watch horror movies, forming an eclectic list of 100 titles in this candid conversation that marks the longest episode yet of Daily Dead's podcast. So, clear a few hours from your schedule, grab a pen and paper to take notes (or to make your own list), and enjoy the 100th episode of Corpse Club! Also, be sure to give yourself a pat on the back, because we couldn't get to 100 episodes without listeners like you! Whether you're just tuning in for the first time or you've been staying scary with us since the first episode, we thank you from the bottom of our horror-loving hearts for your support!
info_outline Episode 99: 30 Years of HEATHERS with Special Guest Maggie Mackay 04/12/2019
Episode 99: 30 Years of HEATHERS with Special Guest Maggie Mackay Get ready for a killer round of croquet, because Corpse Club co-host Heather Wixson is joined by Vidiots Foundation Executive Director Maggie Mackay to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Heathers! Listen as Heather and Maggie discuss Michael Lehmann's unforgettable high school dark comedy, including the film's bold performances, satirical social commentary, fearless screenplay (written by Daniel Waters), endlessly quotable dialogue, and its undeniable influence on pop culture and generations of filmmakers. Heather and Maggie also talk about the Heathers 30th anniversary screening in Los Angeles that features a Q&A with Lehmann, Waters, and co-star Lisanne Falk, presented by the Vidiots Foundation, the UCLA Film & Television Archive, and Ace Hotel. So, sit back, relax, and prepare for big fun on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast!
info_outline Episode 98: Kelli Maroney on NIGHT OF THE COMET, CHOPPING MALL, and IN SEARCH OF DARKNESS 03/29/2019
Episode 98: Kelli Maroney on NIGHT OF THE COMET, CHOPPING MALL, and IN SEARCH OF DARKNESS On this episode of Corpse Club, Heather Wixson is joined by special guest Kelli Maroney! Listen as Maroney discusses some of the most memorable roles in her acting career thus far, including Cindy in Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Samantha Belmont in Night of the Comet, and Alison Parks in Chopping Mall. Maroney also talks about her involvement in the new horror documentary In Search of Darkness, which features more than 40 insightful interviews with some of the most influential filmmakers, actors, and practical effects artists from the 1980s. So, after you've shopped till you've dropped and evaded the security robots at your local mall, sit back, relax, and enjoy a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast!
info_outline Episode 97: THE WALKING DEAD TV Series & Comic Books 03/22/2019
Episode 97: THE WALKING DEAD TV Series & Comic Books Since the first issue hit shelves in October of 2003 and the first episode premiered on AMC on Halloween night of 2010, The Walking Dead has been an influential force in the horror genre, showing time and time again that the human survivors in the post-apocalypse can be just as deadly and cold-blooded as the ravenous living dead. With the ninth season of The Walking Dead TV series nearing its conclusion, Corpse Club co-hosts Tamika Jones, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James reflect on nearly one full decade of the AMC series, including its groundbreaking gore, storytelling highs and lows, favorite villains, and most memorable walkers. In this spoiler-filled discussion, the trio also talk about the differences between the TV show and Robert Kirkman's comic book series, and they ponder what the future holds for The Walking Dead franchise. So, after you make sure you haven't been bitten, kick back, relax, and enjoy a new episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 96: Recent Screenings, Horror Headlines, and SXSW Buzz 03/15/2019
Episode 96: Recent Screenings, Horror Headlines, and SXSW Buzz With their fellow co-hosts hard at work outside of the cemetery, Scott Drebit and Derek Anderson are left to their own devices in the recording crypt for this episode of Corpse Club, leading to a candid discussion about a wide a range of horror-related topics (both past, present, and future). Listen as Scott and Derek talk about the SXSW buzz surrounding the world premiere of Jordan Peele's Us and other anticipated horror movies premiering in Austin, as well as their favorite recent horror and sci-fi viewings at home (and on a plane), their thoughts on Happy Death Day 2U, and their excitement for the new Twilight Zone series. The Daily Dead duo also celebrate Scott's 200th Drive-In Dust Offs and spend time at the news desk to discuss some of the most exciting recent occurrences in the horror genre, including Adrienne Barbeau joining the cast of DC Universe's Swamp Thing series, Hideo Nakata returning to the Ring franchise with Sadako, and A24's trailer for Ari Aster's second feature film, Midsomar. From current horror events to horror movies that deserve to be dusted off and rediscovered, there are lots of spooky subjects to enjoy on a new episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 95: Horror BFFs - SORORITY ROW (2009) 03/08/2019
Episode 95: Horror BFFs - SORORITY ROW (2009) Continuing their retrospective series on horror remakes that were released in 2009 and celebrate their 10th anniversaries this year, Horror BFFs Heather Wixson and Patrick Bromley head to the Theta Pi sorority house for a blood-spattered revisit of 2009's Sorority Row. From the chemistry of the movie's cast (featuring Carrie Fisher as house mother Mrs. Crenshaw) to its memorable kills and raucous college party backdrop, listen as Heather and Patrick take a deep dive into the reimagining of 1983's The House on Sorority Row, including how it ranks against other horror remakes released in 2009. So, after you finish singing the Theta Pi song, kick back, relax, and enjoy another Horror BFFs episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 94: Corpse Club's 2019 Horror Awards Game Show 03/01/2019
Episode 94: Corpse Club's 2019 Horror Awards Game Show Part award show, part game show, we host our own horror version of the Academy Awards on a new episode of Daily Dead's official podcast! Listen as co-hosts Scott Drebit, Tamika Jones, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James discuss, debate, and cast their votes for their favorite movie, performances, TV series, Blu-ray releases, and onscreen kills of 2018 on a special horror award show episode of Corpse Club! So, while we roll out the blood-red carpet, grab your favorite bowtie or black veil, and pour a glass of your sparkling beverage of choice!
info_outline Episode 93: Caroline Williams Talks THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 and More 02/22/2019
Episode 93: Caroline Williams Talks THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 and More Our Women in Horror Month celebration concludes with special guest Caroline Williams on a new episode of Corpse Club! Listen as Williams joins host Heather Wixson to discuss the eclectic, strong, and memorable roles she has played throughout her impressive acting career thus far, including Vanita "Stretch" Brock in Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Matty Crimmins in Jeff Burr's Stepfather II, and Amanda Fowler in B. J. McDonnell's Hatchet III (written by Adam Green). In addition to reflecting on her movie roles and the legendary actors she has worked with in her film career, Williams also discusses her appearances on TV series such as Hunter. So, after you make sure Leatherface and Chop-Top aren't lurking outside your door, sit back, relax, and enjoy the final installment of our Women in Horror Month 2019 celebration!
info_outline Episode 92: Ladies' Night with Horror Journalists Heather Wixson, Tamika Jones, Stephanie Crawford, and Emily von Seele 02/15/2019
Episode 92: Ladies' Night with Horror Journalists Heather Wixson, Tamika Jones, Stephanie Crawford, and Emily von Seele Our Women in Horror Month celebration continues with special guests Tamika Jones, Stephanie Crawford, and Emily von Seele on a new episode of Corpse Club! In this "ladies' night" episode, Heather Wixson is joined by the trio of fellow journalists to discuss their favorite female horror characters, including Julia from Hellraiser, Veronica from The Fly (1986), Alice from Cam, Amelia from The Babadook, and many more! So, sit back, relax, and listen as Heather, Tamika, Stephanie, and Emily pay tribute to their favorite females from the horror genre in this special installment of our Women in Horror Month 2019 celebration!
info_outline Episode 91: HAPPY DEATH DAY 2U with Christopher Landon & Jessica Rothe 02/14/2019
Episode 91: HAPPY DEATH DAY 2U with Christopher Landon & Jessica Rothe Spoilers abound in this deep dive into Happy Death Day 2U, so make sure you see the sequel before listening to this episode... and before the next time loop kicks in! "Death makes a killer comeback" in Happy Death Day 2U, and to celebrate the theatrical release of the time loop horror comedy sequel, Heather Wixson is joined by writer/director Christopher Landon and star Jessica Rothe on a special Valentine's Day bonus episode of Corpse Club! Listen as Landon and Rothe discuss the first Happy Death Day movie, their approach to keeping things fresh, exploring multiverses in the time traveling sequel, the emotional character arc of Tree Gelbman, blending horror and humor with creative kills, and Landon's plans for a third Happy Death Day film.
info_outline Episode 90: Jenn Wexler on THE RANGER, Glass Eye Pix, and THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE 02/08/2019
Episode 90: Jenn Wexler on THE RANGER, Glass Eye Pix, and THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE Our Women in Horror Month celebration continues with special guest Jenn Wexler on a new episode of Corpse Club! Listen as Jenn joins host Heather Wixson to reflect back on her career thus far, including her start at Fearnet, working with Larry Fessenden and other creative filmmakers at Glass Eye Pix, producing some of the most notable independent horror movies of the 2010s, and co-writing and directing her feature-length debut, The Ranger. Heather and Jenn also take an insightful look back at Amy Holden Jones' The Slumber Party Massacre and discuss the feminist aspects of the 1982 horror film. So, if you don't hear any power drills or deranged park rangers creeping up behind you, then sit back, relax, and enjoy the second installment of our Women in Horror Month 2019 celebration!
info_outline Episode 89: Talking HORROR NOIRE and Graveyard Shift Sisters with Ashlee Blackwell 02/01/2019
Episode 89: Talking HORROR NOIRE and Graveyard Shift Sisters with Ashlee Blackwell We’re celebrating Women in Horror Month all February long on Corpse Club, and to kick things off, Heather Wixson is joined by special guest Ashlee Blackwell, co-writer and producer of the new documentary Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror and the founder and editor of Graveyard Shift Sisters, “an online resource dedicated to the scholarship surrounding the experiences, representations, achievements, and creative works of Black women and women of color in the horror and science fiction genres.” Listen as Ashlee discusses her horror roots, her insightful writing on Graveyard Shift Sisters, and her unforgettable experiences working on Horror Noire. Heather and Ashlee also talk about the everlasting impact of Candyman and memorable black female characters from horror movies, including Sheila (Toy Newkirk) from A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master and Jeryline (Jada Pinkett Smith) from Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy the first installment of our Women in Horror Month 2019 celebration!
info_outline Episode 88: Listener Mailbag - Upcoming Horror Movies, Favorite Podcasts and Comic Books 01/25/2019
Episode 88: Listener Mailbag - Upcoming Horror Movies, Favorite Podcasts and Comic Books It's mail time once again on a new episode of Daily Dead's official podcast! Listen as co-hosts Scott Drebit, Tamika Jones, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James answer several questions from Corpse Club listeners about a wide range of topics, including the movie franchises they think would benefit from a sequel/reboot à la 2018's Halloween, their favorite obscure podcasts, their most anticipated horror movies of 2019, and comic book series that they can't get enough of. So, grab a letter opener and a stack of envelopes, sit back, relax, and listen as the Corpse Club co-hosts catch up on their mail from listeners like you!
info_outline Episode 87: Horror BFFs - FRIDAY THE 13TH (2009) 01/18/2019
Episode 87: Horror BFFs - FRIDAY THE 13TH (2009) Kicking off their retrospective series on horror remakes released in 2009 (that celebrate their 10th anniversaries this year), Horror BFFs Heather Wixson and Patrick Bromley pack their bags and head to Crystal Lake for a blood-spattered revisit of 2009's Friday the 13th. From the film’s tone to Derek Mears' performance as Jason Voorhees to the killer homages to previous Friday the 13th movies, listen as Heather and Patrick take a deep dive into the latest movie in the Crystal Lake franchise. So, find your favorite fright-loving friend, kick back, relax, and enjoy another Horror BFFs episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 86: ESCAPE ROOM and a New Addition to the Corpse Club 01/11/2019
Episode 86: ESCAPE ROOM and a New Addition to the Corpse Club Whether they feature zombies, traps, or mind-bending puzzles, escape rooms are all the rage right now. With the new year kicking off with the theatrical release of Adam Robitel's Escape Room, Corpse Club co-hosts Scott Drebit, Derek Anderson, Jonathan James, and Tamika Jones share their thoughts on the first big-screen horror release of 2019, including their favorite setting in the movie, how they would have fared in the characters' shoes, and their ideas for potential Escape Room sequels. The co-hosts also discuss their real-life escape room experiences, ranging from Fear The Walking Dead: Survival and Saw in Las Vegas to an immersive Zodiac Killer puzzle. With this episode marking the Corpse Club debut of longtime Daily Dead writer Tamika Jones, the new addition to the co-hosting team discusses her lifelong love of horror, including her five favorite movies from the genre. So, whether you're sitting in an escape room and trying to figure out how to get out, or you just want an escape from everyday life, kick back, relax, and enjoy a new episode of Corpse Club... just make sure you check your thermometer if it starts to feel like it’s getting as warm as an oven.
info_outline Episode 85: Favorite Horror Movies of 2018 01/04/2019
Episode 85: Favorite Horror Movies of 2018 With another year in the books and a new one just beginning, Heather Wixson, Scott Drebit, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James discuss some of their favorite horror movies of 2018 on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast. From the cyber-centric scares of Unfriended: Dark Web to the soul-entrancing dances of Suspiria, the Corpse Club co-hosts share their thoughts on the horror movies that have stuck with them this past calendar year (and beyond). So, whether you're completing your New Year's Resolutions or you're still picking confetti out of the carpet, take a break, relax, and reflect on another memorable year of horror with the Corpse Club team!
info_outline Episode 84: Holiday Hangover 12/28/2018
Episode 84: Holiday Hangover Having survived the merry hubbub of the holidays, the Corpse Club co-hosts reflect on their favorite memories from December on a special "Holiday Hangover" episode of Daily Dead's podcast. Listen as Scott Drebit, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James shamble out of the snow drifts to discuss how they added some festive horror to their holiday celebrations, including a family viewing of Bob Clark's Black Christmas, a home media screening of the anthology All the Creatures Were Stirring, and the gift of four Phantasm films featured in Shudder's The Last Drive-In: A Very Joe Bob Christmas movie marathon. The Corpse Club co-hosts also talk about the horror-themed gifts they gave and received this year, and Scott discusses the new Blu-rays he added to his collection while out shopping on Boxing Day in Canada. So, whether you're just relieved to make it through another holiday season or you're already planning how to make Santa's Nice List next year, we hope you enjoy the gift of a new episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 83: SANTA'S SLAY Writer and Director David Steiman 12/21/2018
Episode 83: SANTA'S SLAY Writer and Director David Steiman It doesn't matter whether you've been naughty or nice, because when Santa Claus is actually a demon that just finished serving a 1,000-year sentence delivering presents, everyone better watch out in the 2005 holiday horror comedy Santa's Slay. Starring professional wrestler and actor Bill Goldberg in the titular role, Santa's Slay is a gift cherished by some horror fans while still waiting to be unwrapped by others. To help shine a festive light on the film, Corpse Club co-host Heather Wixson is joined by special guest David Steiman, the writer and director of Santa's Slay, on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast! Grab a cup of hot cocoa, sit closer to the fire (but not too close—you never know what might come down there), and listen as David shares memorable behind-the-scenes stories from the making of Santa's Slay, including working with the film’s star-studded cast, injecting the movie with dark holiday humor, and creating larger-than-life action scenes that are explosive enough to light a few hundred Yule logs. Whether you've seen Santa's Slay or you have yet to discover its unique seasonal story, there's a lot to enjoy on this special episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 82: Horror BFFs - Horror Movie Secret Santa 12/14/2018
Episode 82: Horror BFFs - Horror Movie Secret Santa Horror BFFs Heather Wixson and Patrick Bromley embrace the spooky side of the holiday season by playing a horror movie version of Secret Santa on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast! In their unique spin on the classic present exchanging tradition, the Corpse Club co-hosts give each other the gifts of horror films to discuss. From Phantom of the Paradise to Gremlins and beyond, Heather and Patrick unwrap captivating conversations on some of the genre's most beloved and under-seen movies. So, whether you're wrapping presents for your own Secret Santa party or you're just sipping eggnog by the fire, make sure you gather your loved ones together to listen to a very special Horror BFFs episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 81: Favorite TV Terrors - THE WALKING DEAD, SABRINA, CASTLEVANIA & More 12/07/2018
Episode 81: Favorite TV Terrors - THE WALKING DEAD, SABRINA, CASTLEVANIA & More Gather around the warm glow of the tube and listen as Scott Drebit, Jonathan James, and Derek Anderson chat about more of their favorite TV terrors on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast! From newer shows such as Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, The Haunting of Hill House, and Castlevania to the game-changing ninth season of AMC’s The Walking Dead and the vintage impact of The Outer Limits, the Corpse Club co-hosts discuss a wide range of spooky series lurking on cable and streaming services. So, grab your favorite spot on the couch, put your feet up, and enjoy a new episode of Corpse Club... just make sure you share the remote!
info_outline Episode 80: ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE Director John McPhail on the Zombie Christmas Musical 11/30/2018
Episode 80: ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE Director John McPhail on the Zombie Christmas Musical When zombies shamble into Little Haven's holiday season, it's up to the teenagers of the small town to dance their way to survival in the living dead Christmas musical Anna and the Apocalypse. A festive blend of blood-spattered scares, heartfelt humor, and dance numbers that are as contagious as a zombie virus, Anna and the Apocalypse enjoyed a well-received run on the film festival circuit, and to celebrate its theatrical release, Heather Wixson is joined by director John McPhail on a special episode of Corpse Club!
info_outline Episode 79: Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Horror We're Thankful For 11/23/2018
Episode 79: Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Horror We're Thankful For The Corpse Club co-hosts gather around the dinner table to give thanks and share horror-themed conversations on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast! Listen as Scott Drebit, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James discuss Thanksgiving-themed horror movies, Black Friday shopping traditions, their preparations for a horror-filled holiday season, and the spooky movies and TV series they're thankful for in 2018. As an extra helping of horror-themed goodness for listeners, the Corpse Club co-hosts also play a game of IMDb horror roulette (think of it as this episode's deadly dessert). So, once you finish shopping for scary good deals, kick back with some leftovers and enjoy a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast! As always, thank you for listening to Corpse Club. We truly appreciate your support, and we're thankful for each and every one of you!