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One Final Scare—Horrorcast

Once coworkers, always friendly competitors for the spotlight, Minki Kim and Tracy Mathews share their love of horror movies — and talking over each other — by retelling every gory detail of one horror film each week. Join these creatives by day, novice film critics by night, as they walk through one movie from start to finish with the hopes that listeners will come back...for one final scare.

Posts tagged horror movie
EP 28 The Living Dead Girl (1982)

Happy one year anniversary to Minki and Tracy as cohosts of this podcast and Happy New Year to all you OFS listeners! Or as the French say it, "Bonne année!" Take a trip back into horror film history as the hosts talk about how the French were a little behind other countries' horror output up until French film director, actor, novelist and pornography filmmaker 

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Special: Scares That Care Horror Con Weekend

Can you hear the cherries poppin? Tune in to hear a special discussion about Tracy’s first Horror Con experience in wonderful colonial Williamsburg and both hosts’ first Rocky Horror Picture Show midnight screening. VIRGINS NO MORE! Minki makes fun of Tracy for nerding out and winning horror memorabilia at a silent auction...signed

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EP 20: Consommé (2016) / In The Night (2015)

After watching last episode’s movie, Minki wanted to watch ANOTHER feminist movie depicting a strong female lead who has to protect herself in an antagonistic world...but this time, one written and directed by a female...since he thought the male writer and director of Teeth wasn’t quite as careful with his storytelling as he should’ve been. So, the hosts chose the first horror short, of the two covered in this episode, because it features a bad ass chick with a “fire inside,” which proves to come in handy when rape-y men come along. Then stay tuned as they hack up the second short for failing to take its decent premise

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EP 10: XX Part 1 (2017)

Following up on the conversation about Karen Kusama in the Women in Horror Month Special Episode, Minki and Tracy discuss the first two stories from the horror anthology, XX. Written, directed and produced by women, and starring only female leads, this set of horror shorts gave promise to an exciting

 

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EP 08: Dearest Sister (2016)

This is a pretty special episode. First, Tracy and Minki revel over the awesome fan videos that came in from the OFS tee-shirt contest (find them on our instagram and facebook feeds) and then Tracy gets stoked to talk about the first Lao female film director, Mattie Do, who just so happened to jump into the best genre of all...HORROR. This is her second film and the hosts enjoy retelling it, especially during Women In Horror Month.

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EP 06: The Last Time I Saw Richard (2013)

Sometimes you just don’t want to listen to an hour and 20 minutes of Tracy and Minki. They get it. So, they’ve decided to pick a short horror film to retell for this episode. Choosing a winner of an Australian Academy Award, this mini movie doesn’t disappoint, with its exploration of teen anguish and mental health as well as its well done creepy special effects to draw you into the characters nightmares—dreamed or real.

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EP 05: Shrew's Nest (2014)

So, maybe they grapple a bit about what happens first, next and last, but Minki and Tracy agree on one thing in this episode: this is a pretty great Spanish horror flick, full of surprising moments and anxiety-inducing scenes. Macarena Gómez, whose portrayal of a religious, agoraphobic seamstress and overly protective older sister, delivers emotions that are so believable that the hosts felt bad for her in moments of sadness and terrified of her in moments of bat-sh_t craziness.

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EP 04: Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

On all of the “top horror movie” lists of 2016, this week’s supernatural spookfest provokes the hosts to uncover what the deeper meaning behind the plot might be, just as the main characters try to uncover the cause of death of one puzzling and unidentified dead girl. With only enough jump scares to not put Minki off, solid acting and one old-timey song, this movie provides a creepy good story to retell.

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