Let’s keep this going… Bren and Charlene discuss the excellent mix of horrors that came out in 2017.
Films discussed: Creep 2, Cult of Chucky, Gerald’s Game, Get Out, Happy Death Day, It, mother!, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Revenge, It Comes At Night, Thelma and Terrifier.
The Coronavirus catch up continues under lockdown with Bren Murphy and cinema programmer Charlene Lydon talking about their top horror films of 2016.
Films discussed: Hush, Don’t Breathe, The Love Witch, The Neon Demon, Raw, Split, Train to Busan, Better Watch, Out, Colossal and I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives in the House.
The return of the Under Your Bed podcast continues with Bren Murphy and cinema programmer Charlene Lydon talking about their top horror films of 2015.
Films discussed: What We Do In The Shadows, Krampus, Baskin, Green Room, Crimson Peak, The Invitation, The Final Girls, The Visit, The Devil’s Candy and Unfriended.
After a mere…erm… six year hiatus… the Under Your Bed Horror Podcast is talking horror again amidst the Covid-19 lockdown of 2020. Starting off with a series of podcasts called the Coronavirus Catch ups. Element Pictures’ Head of Cinema Programming, Charlene Lydon sits down to talk about our favourite horror films of the years since there was a new podcast. From 2014 to 2019.
Films discussed: Babadook, Creep, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, Houseband, It Follows, Annabelle, Tusk, Amongst the Living, Occulus and The Town that Dreaded Sundown.
Day 30 of the 30 Day Horror Film Challenge
Day 30: What is your all time favourite horror film?
Day 29 of the 30 Day Horror Film Challenge
Day 29: What is your favourite horror film to watch on Halloween?
Day 28 of the 30 Day Horror Film Challenge
Day 28: What is your favourite Asian horror film?
Day 27 of the 30 Day Horror Film Challenge
Day 27: What is your favourite monster horror film?
Day 26 of the 30 Day Horror Film Challenge
Day 26: What is your most memorable performance in a horror film?
Day 25 of the 30 Day Horror Film Challenge
Day 25: What is your favourite jump scare in a horror film?