It's our Halloween special! Learn all about why we plunge knives into pumpkins every year and listen to the tale of Pumpkinhead.
On this month's Necronominom we discuss one of the most influential horror films of all times and one of the most influential killers of all time: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Ed Gein.
What's in the box? A new episode of Necronominom! This week we talk about the famous ending of Se7en and journey through Purgatory with the sinners.
Do you like scary movies? We do! That's why we are back to talk about them again! This week, we are discussing the 1996 comedy slasher film, Scream, the inspiration for the film and real life copy cat killers.
Are you prepared for the end of times? Grab your Bug Out Bag and head to your bunker for this episode of Necronominom about 10 Cloverfield Lane, Alternate Reality Games and Survivalists.Links:
- The Blaster Beam musical instrument
- The 10 Cloverfield Lane ARG
- Howard Stambler's Fun and Pretty Things Survival Information
- Blast From the Past style 70's bunker
- Luxury living in the apocalypse
- The Svalbard Global Seed Vault
Do you find dolls unnaturally creepy? We watched the 2016 film The Boy and researched some famous cases of haunted dolls and the people who treat dolls like humans.
Have you ever seen a snuff film? On this episode we discuss one of our favourite recent horror films: Sinister. We look at the story behind the film and the mythology that inspired it.
Imagine if everyone had to pay an idiot tax every time they did something stupid.We would like to offer our apologies for the audio quality of this episode. In the absence of Luke, Dan assumed his mantle and got drunk, which consequently led to him recording into what can only be described as a potato. An echo chamber of potatoes.Links:
Are you afraid of ghosts? Do exorcisms frighten you? In this episode we explore what scares people. Other people, not us; We don't get scared.
This week we discuss the 1998 film, Phantoms, based on the 1983 novel of the same name by Dean Koontz.We also go into some mysterious historical mass disappearances.
We watched (and read) Clive Barker's Midnight Meat Train for this week's episode.
This episode we discuss Drag Me To Hell, the 2009 film directed by Sam Raimi. This film is a favourite of ours so we hope you enjoy.Apologies for Jenna's audio in this episode - we had a technical malfunction with her equipment. Back to normal next episode!
Matt and Jenna discuss Darkness Falls, the 2003 film written by Joe Harris and directed by Jonathan Liebesman, in which the "Tooth Fairy" murders children who see her face.
In this episode we discuss the classic 1981 horror film, An American Werewolf in London, written and directed by John Landis.
In our second episode we review the new film from writer director Jason Lei Howden: Deathgasm.Deathgasm is a horror/comedy film that was created as part of the Make My Horror Film competition in New Zealand.