Suspiria (2018) November 5, 2018 WARNING: SPOILERS It’s one of the most highly anticipated films of the year, and it drove us to take a road trip to see it at a little theater outside Philadelphia…but was it any good? We’re talking about the remake of Suspiria (2018) on this week’s episode of Cinema Vertigogo Podcast. https://www.facebook.com/cinemavertigogo/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/cinemavertigogosocialclub/… Read More Episode 62: Suspiria (2018)
Halloween (Rob) Zombie Style October 30, 2018 WARNING: SPOILERS We’re celebrating Halloween Zombie style this year with a little double feature from everyone’s favorite 90’s rocker turned horror auteur, Rob Zombie. Many have debated the merits of these reboots…including us. https://www.facebook.com/cinemavertigogo/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/cinemavertigogosocialclub/ https://twitter.com/cinemavertigogo https://www.instagram.com/cinemavertigogo/ https://open.spotify.com/show/0sKQN6gZac3s74kL4hx1bj https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cinema-vertigogo/id1262932321 https://cinemavertigogo.podbean.com/mf/play/x3u5v2/61_Halloween_Zombie_Style.mp3
Welcome to Remake/Remake. In this episode Cinema Vertigogo Podcast co-host James Merolla dissects the similarities and differences between Friday the 13th Part IV and the 2009 Friday the 13th remake.
Halloween (’78) Halloween II (’81) September 24, 2018 We’re changing things up a bit. On this episode, we kickstart the horror movie season with a look back on the Halloween series. The music, the mask, and a psychotic stalker. 1978’s Halloween is the quintessential slasher film, but how well does it hold up after 40 years? And does the sequel,… Read More Episode 55: Halloween (’78) Halloween II (’81)
Truth or Dare April 15, 2018 *WARNING: SPOILERS* On this episode of the Cinema Vertigogo Podcast, we summon the demon with Truth or Dare. Music by AJ Bartoletti https://www.facebook.com/cinemavertigogo/ https://cinemavertigogo.com/ https://twitter.com/cinemavertigogo Download this episode (right click and save)
The horror movies we typically remember most aren’t the big budget Hollywood blockbusters, but the smaller pictures that are a little off the beaten path, the ones that slipped through the cracks when we weren’t looking. They may get little attention at first, but after a while of making the streaming service and Red Box… Read More Shallow Graves: The Blackcoat’s Daughter