On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick talk about Scream VI, the latest installment in the long-running horror franchise from directors Tyler Gillett and Matt Bettinelli-Olpin. In addition to what they think about the film, the pair recommend some other New York films and/or requels, get excited about upcoming festivals such as Panic Fest, lament the passing of director Bert I. Gordon, and discuss trailers galore for The Tank, The Wrath of Becky, Satan Wants You, and more.
On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick talk about Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson’s latest, Something in the Dirt, now streaming on Hulu.
On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick talk about director John Hyam’s Covid home invasion slasher, Sick. In addition to what they think about the film, the pair recommend other home invasion flicks, celebrate the potential reboots of Friday the 13th and House, look at follow-ups to Violent Night and Barbarian, and discuss trailers galore for The Mutilator 2, Scream VI, Swallowed, and more.
Hello and welcome to The Carnage Report, where we bring you the latest on all things horror-related, keeping you up to date with news you can use. Hosted by Julie Holland and Nick Spacek, this part of the Cinepunx family looks to fill a hole in your podcast feed by looking at new releases in the theaters, on-demand, and streaming, and featuring an in-depth discussion of a new release each episode.
On this episode of the podcast, Julie and Nick discuss director Joe Begos’ new feature, Christmas Bloody Christmas, out now on Shudder. In addition to what we think about the film, we discuss all the best new holiday horror, such as The Leech, The Yule Log, and Violent Night, along with news about Five Nights At Freddy’s and Mike Flanagan’s planned adaptation of The Dark Tower, plus trailers galore for Scream VI, Skinamarink, Human Resources, and more.