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The Carnage Report Episode 57: Under Paris

On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick look at the shark attack movie Under Paris from director Xavier Gens, now on Netflix. Plus, the pair recommend you go watch some other shark horror flicks, dig into a Bill Skarsgård corner, ponder what Mike Flanagan can do for The Exorcist franchise, and discuss trailers galore for The Vourdalak, Return to Silent Hill, Starve Acre, and more. Plus, Julie and Nick discuss what summer aquatic activities they’re into.

The Carnage Report Episode 56: Fatal Games

On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick look at the vintage sports slasher Fatal Games from director Michael Elliot, now on Shudder. Plus, the pair recommend you go watch some other sports-centric horror, talk about getting back into books (with a bonus plug for @the_wandering_reader on Insta), get hyped on this fall’s General Mills Monsters cereals, and discuss trailers galore for Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, A Sacrifice, Bogieville, and more. Plus, Julie and Nick discuss their histories with sports.

Content warning: the ending to Fatal Games is transphobic as hell and we spoil the heck out of it. We recommend YouTuber Celeste de la Cabra’s insightful analysis, which you can check out in the show notes.

The Carnage Report Episode 55: Trinil

On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick look at the disembodied flying head of Trinil from director Hanung Bramantyo, now on Netflix. Plus, the pair recommend you go watch some other Indonesian horror, mourn the passing of Roger Corman, dig into some casting news, and discuss trailers galore for A Quiet Place: Day One, The Hangman, In A Violent Nature, and more. Plus, Julie and Nick discuss how they met their spouses.

The Carnage Report Episode 54: Late Night with the Devil

On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick look at the talk show terrors of Late Night Night with the Devil from directors Cameron Cairnes and Colin Cairnes, now on Shudder. Plus, the pair recommend you go watch some found footage films, wax rhapsodic about Chattanooga Film Festival, and discuss trailers galore for Blink Twice, Dancing Village: The Curse Begins, The Little Mermaid, and more. The Cairnes brothers also appear on the semi-regular “The Gate” segment to discuss their film and how they came to horror. Plus, Julie and Nick discuss the strangest things they’ve ever seen on network television. After you’ve listened to the episode, head to Cinepunx to check out clips of what they were talking about!

The Carnage Report Episode 52: Immaculate

On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick look at the religious horror film Immaculate from director Michael Mohan, in theaters now. Plus, the pair recommend you go watch some forced pregnancy and nunsploitation films, talk about their excitement for Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, look at some recent episode features coming to Peacock, and discuss trailers galore for Humane, The Glenarma Tapes, Bikers Vs Werewolves, and more. Plus, Julie and Nick discuss their favorite zombie movies.

The Carnage Report Episode 50: Lisa Frankenstein

On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick celebrate their 50th episode with a look at the Diablo Cody-scripted, Zelda Williams-directed horror comedy, Lisa Frankenstein, now in theaters and on-demand. Plus, the pair recommend you go watch some coming-of-rage and ‘Savage’ Steve Holland movies, discuss the impending return of EC Comics, and discuss trailers galore for T-Blockers, Easter Bloody Easter, Boy Kills World, and more. Plus, Julie and Nick discuss their moody adolescent hangout spots.

The Carnage Report Episode 49: Dario Argento Panico

On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick talk Simone Scafidi’s new documentary, Dario Argento Panico, now on Shudder. Plus, the pair recommend you go watch some Dario Argento movies, talk about Mutant, the new venture from Spectrevision featuring ex-Mondo folks,, and discuss trailers galore for Longlegs, Late Night with the Devil, Frogman, and more. Plus, Julie and Nick discuss their first encounters with foreign-language horror.

We apologize for the weird technical issues which pop up during the episode.

The Carnage Report Episode 48: Destroy All Neighbors

On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick talk Josh Forbes’ prog-rockin’, practical effects-laden horror comedy Destroy All Neighbors, now on Shudder. Plus, the pair recommend you go watch some other rock ‘n’ roll horror movies, talk Christopher Landon’s plans now that he’s not doing Scream 7, engage in wildly uniformed speculation about what horror movie KC rockers Radkey will be in, and discuss trailers galore for Spaceman, Aggro Dr1ft, Stopmotion, and more. Plus, Julie and Nick discuss is they’ve ever been a “bang on the wall” kind of neighbor.