Episode 222: Octaman (1971)


Episode 221: Return to Horror High (1987)


Episode 220: May (2003)


Episode 219: Trick R Treat (2007)


Episode 218: Tales from the Hood (1995)


Episode 217: The House That Dripped Blood (1972)


Episode 216: Necronomicon: Book of the Dead (1993)


Episode 215: Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1990) (Live at Creature Feature Weekend)


Episode 214: Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest (1995)


Episode 213: Pieces (1982)


Episode 212: BoogeyMan 2 (2007)


Episode 211: The Creeps (1997)


Episode 210: Cherry Falls (2000)


Episode 209: The Last Shark (1981)


Episode 208: Puppet Master 4 (1993)


Episode 207: Amityville 1992 - It's About Time (1992)


Episode 206: It's Alive III: Island of the Alive (1987)


Episode 205: Killjoy (2000)


Episode 204: Hellraiser IV - Bloodline (1996)


Episode 203: Child's Play 2 (1991)


Episode 202: The Curse III: Blood Sacrifice (1990)


Episode 201: House of Wax (2005)


Episode 200: Beetlejuice (1988)


Episode 199: The Boneyard (1991)


Episode 198: Out of the Dark (1988)


Episode 197: Texas Chainsaw Massacre - The Next Generation


Episode 196: The Rage: Carrie II (1999)


Episode 195: BloodRayne (2006)


Episode 194 - Leviathan (1989)


Episode 193: Cheerleader Camp (1988)


Episode 192: Nocturna (1979)


Episode 191: Subspecies (1991)


Episode 190: Night of the Comet (1984)


Episode 189: Graveyard Shift (1990)


Episode 188: Ninja III: The Domination (1984)


Episode 187: Leprachaun 4: In Space (1996)


Episode 186: The Howling 3: The Marsupials (1987)


Episode 185: Neon Maniacs (1986)


Episode 184 - Phantom of the Opera (1989)


Episode 183: The Borrower (1991)


Episode 182: Cellar Dweller (1988)


Episode 181: Bad Channels (1992)


Episode 180: Smiley (2012)


Episode 179: Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)


Episode 178: Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (1991)

Soundtracking Episodes


Episode 10: Scream

Soundtracking returns with the 90's horror soundtrack that defined a generation ... specifically Scott's. The soundtrack is good until the weird rave portion in the middle.

American Werewolf in Paris (1997)

Episode 9: An American Werewolf in Paris

It's time for another month of Soundtracking where we're gonna break down the 90's nostalgia that is the American Werewolf in Paris soundtrack


Episode 8: 10 Things I Hate About You

Soundtracking is back with another episode talking about a teen flick soundtrack. This month we are breaking down the soundtrack to 10 Things I hate About You. This soundtrack is all over the place! Enjoy it with us!


Bonus Episodes


Comics, Porn and Wrestling: A Conversation with Rabid directors The Soska Sisters

Matt had an opportunity to talk to Jen and Sylvia Soska about Bruce Campbell cameos in Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies, super-hero porn parodies, Epstein Didn't Kill Himself, CM Punks return to WWE and briefly discuss their new film Rabid out now via Shout Studios.


Halloween Draft - Build Your Own Anthology

The Halloween Draft returns. This time we're joined with long time friend and 4th member Kyle Kutcha to build our ultimate Anthology film using clips from anthology films and TV shows.


Talking Smiley's with director Mike James

5 Second Films' Mike James joins Matt to discuss his new short SMILEY'S now available on Amazon Prime.


Talking to Tomm Jacobsen about First Curse

Matt sits down with Tomm Jacobsen (director of Dude Bro Party Massacre III) to talk about his new horror short THE FIRST CURSE!

Donate to their Kickstarter with the link below:


Talking Memory: The Origins of Alien with director Alexandre O. Philippe (Live at Fantastic Fest 2019)

Matt got to sit down with director Alexandre O. Philippe last week at Fantastic Fest to discuss his new documentary "Memory: The Origins of Alien"


Fantastic Fest Wrap-Up with Katie

On my last evening at Fantastic Fest I sat down with the podcast friend (and occasional co-host) Katie to discuss what movies we saw at the festival and what we loved vs. what we hated.


Talking Tammy & the T-Rex with Vinegar Syndrome's Joe Rubin (Live at Fantastic Fest 2019)

One of the biggest buzzes around Fantastic Fest was the special screening of the uncut version of Tammy & the T-Rex. Matt tracked down Joe of Vinegar Syndrome and got the whole story of how they came to acquire the film while on the street in Austin (aka there's some audio issues on this one)


Talking with the women of Fatale Collective (Live at Fantastic Fest 2019)

The Fatale Collective's short Bleed played before The Mortuary Collection at Fantastic Fest this year. As soon as I saw the short I knew I needed to know more about this group and they were gracious enough to sit down for a few minutes and tell me about their origins and mission as filmmakers.


Talking Anthology Films with The Mortuary Collection director Ryan Spindell (Live at Fantastic Fest 2019)

Matt sat down with the director of The Mortuary Collection and discussed the greatest Anthology films with director Ryan Spindell


Talking The Wave with writer Carl W. Lucas and director Gille Klabin (Live at Fantastic Fest 2019)

The Wave tells the story of a LSD-trip gone wrong. Matt had a chance to sit down with the writer and the director of the film. Keep your eyes open for when it comes to a streaming service and theater near you!


Talking Wyrm with Director Christopher Winterbauer (Live at Fantastic Fest 2019)

One of the highlights of Matt's Fantastic Fest has been the weird coming-of-age-sci-fi film Wyrm. Matt was able to sit down with the writer/director for a few minutes and talk about their love of audio.


Talking to Gigi Saul Guerrero in a Creepy Parking Garage (Live at Fantastic Fest 2019)

Matt caught up with Into the Dark: Culture Shock director and LuchaGore founder Gigi Saul Guerrero and caught up about her recent First Look contract with Blumhouse and upcoming episode of The Purge TV show.


Talking Homewrecker with Zach Gayne & Precious Chong (Live at Fantastic Fest 2019)

Matt sat down with the Zach (director/writer) and Precious (star/writer) behind Homewrecker


Talking about After Midnight with Jeremy Gardner, Christian Stella, Brea Grant and David Lawson Jr. (Live at Fantastic Fest 2019)

After Midnight is the tale of a man who struggles to get over his girlfriend leaving him while also fighting a monster that keeps attacking his house every night. Enjoy this interview with the Team behind the movie.


Playing Rock Paper Scissors with Martin Blousson and Macarena Garcia Lenzi (Live at Fantastic Fest 2019)

Enjoy this interview with Martin and Macarena the directors of Argentina's Rock, Paper, Scissors. It's a little windy in the first few seconds but we quickly relocated.


Talking Scream Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street with Mark Patton and Directors Roman Chimienti & Tyler Jensen (Live from Fantastic Fest 2019)

Scream Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street is playing at festivals across the globe. Visit https://www.screamqueendocumentary.com to find a showing near you!

Frankenhooker (1990)

Frankenhooker Live Q&A at Creature Feature Weekend

In the 2nd of the two live panels Matt did at Creature Feature Weekend feature him doing a Q&A with Frankenhooker's Patty Mullen, James Lorinz and director Frank Henenlotter


Jason Legacy Live At Creature Feature Weekend

This weekend Scott and Matt attended the Creature Feature Weekend. Matt was joined by Jersey Ghouls' very own Jacki to discuss the legacy of Jason with two actors who have played the character. Glenn Ennis (stuntman for Freddy vs. Jason) and Jason Brooks (co-writer and star of Friday the 13th: Vengeance)


Talking Conversion Therapy with director Bears Rebecca Fonté

Matt had the chance to talk to trans filmmaker Bears Rebecca Fonté about her new film CONVERSION THERAPIST, which premieres August 22nd at the All Genders Lifestyles and Identities Film Festival (AGLIFF) in Austin, TX. 

Matt talks to Jeff from Scream Factory

Talking Scream Factory at SDCC2019

As is tradition this week at SDCC Matt Kelly interviews Jeff Nelson of Scream Factory about what's on the horizon and how some of our favorite films get released.


Talking Creature Feature Weekend with Founders Craig and Sandy Yastrzemski

There's a new convention launching in Gettysburg this Labor Day and I sat down with founders Craig and Sandy to discuss the con. Creature Feature Weekend is a brand new horror convention coming to Historic Gettysburg, PA this August 30th, 31st, and September 1st. We are a kid-friendly convention with an emphasis on activities which include Tim Cappello from the Lost Boys live in concert, an independent film festival, a room of oddities, arcade machines, a circus sideshow, a one-man band, campfire stories, and to make sure you have plenty of food to choose from we will have food trucks. As this is a horror convention we will also have celebrity guests including a Frog Brothers Reunion (Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander), a Frankenhooker Reunion (Patty Mullen, James Lorinz, and Frank Henenlotter), Tom Woodruff Jr (Pumpkinhead, Xenomorph in 4 Aliens movies, Gillman in Monster Squad), Joe Bob Briggs, Alex Vincent (Child's Play), Billy Bryan (Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, Puppeteer that controlled Chucky), Walter Phelan (Dr. Satan from House of 1000 corpses), Glenn Ennis (Jason Voorhees in Freddy vs. Jason, Face of Colossus in Deadpool) in his second convention ever, Geretta Geretta (Demons), and so much more. Come out this Labor Day Weekend to meet the stars of some of your favorite horror movies and stay to enjoy the activities and explore Gettysburg. Remember that a portion of ticket sales will go to help Jenny "Deadgirl" Spain. Jenny has gone through many surgeries since being diagnosed with Cancer and after losing her medical insurance due to high deductibles has had mounting bills. With multiple procedures to go to help rid herself of chronic pain, we are putting our efforts toward helping her and we ask that everyone consider doing the same by either donating when purchasing tickets or by going to Jenny's GoFundMe page (Link available on our website). We thank you for listening and hope to see you all at Creature Feature Weekend.


A Chat with Never Hike Alone's Vincente DiSanti Live at Pop Rock N Horror

While at Pop Rock N Horror Matt had a chance to talk to Never Hike Alone director Vincente DiSanti


Bonus Interview with Elle Callahan (director of Head Count)

Check out Headcount coming theaters June 14th


Talking the Slasher App with Damon

While at Pop, Rock N Horror we caught up with our friend Damon who has an amazing app on the horizon. It's one you're not gonna want to miss signing up for in a few weeks!


Matt talks to the Team behind Recovery

Recovery is streaming and available in select stores June 4th, 2019


Cujo Reunion Panel Live at Pop Rock N Horror

We just got back from Pop Rock N Horror Con and needed to release this amazing Cujo Reunion panel moderated by Matt and Catie of Mis En Scream. Sorry for the audio issues throughout


Matt discusses Boys Bands with I Used to Be Normal Producer Rita Walsh

Next Saturday May 18th at 9pm Fuse will be airing one of my favorite documentaries of last year I USED TO BE NORMAL: A BOY BAND FANGIRL STORY. I was lucky enough to have a phone call with producer Rita Walsh. Give it a listen and then learn more on the Fuse TV page for the doc!


Talking to Punchline's Chris Fafalios Outside a Concert

A few years ago Chris joined us on our Ice Cream Man episode to promote the Kickstarter Punchline had going for a live concert they wanted to film. Matt went to their show with Mest and Less Than Jake in Lancaster to catch up about the progress on the special as well as waxing deep on the band's discography.


Getting Haunted by Mercy Black with Owen Egerton

Owen Egerton's new film Mercy Black is produced by Blumhouse and currently streaming on Netflix. It is a must see film in 2019 and worth your time. Owen and Matt discuss the inspiration for the movie, what got him into horror and why Halloween 4 is an under appreciated masterpiece.


Getting Depraved with Larry Fessenden

Wednesday at What the Fest?!? was the debut of Larry Fessenden's new film Depraved. I was privaliaged enough to get to sit down and interview him about his previous film Beneath, the influence on Depraved and what the future of the movie is.


RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11 Episode 1 Reactions

Matt and Scott break down all 15 Queens on this season of RuPaul's Drag Race. Who do we like? Who do we hate? Listen and find out!


Surviving Horror With Traycee King

Matt reconnects with a friend of his from Los Angeles Traycee King. Traycee is a semi-finalist in Ms. Veteran America 2019 and is raising money to help the homeless. She's also the creator of the Surviving Horror web-series.


Talking Movie Movement with Ashley Groch

I'm joined by friend from high school Ashley Groch to talk about her new fitness program MOVIE MOVEMENT where you can lose weight while watching some of your favorite movies.


Talking Amityville Murders with Diane Franklin

This weekend Amityville Murders gets released and I had the opportunity to talk to star of the film Diane Franklin (who you might remember from such films as Better Off Dead, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and TerrorVision). It was an honor to talk to an icon of the 80's! Check out the new film available digitally Feb 8th!


A Conversation with Crusty Udders of SyKoTiK SiNfOnEy

I was honored to have an awesome conversation with the lead singer of the band I've been obsessed with since I first rented Bad Channels as a kid. There's some great stories I heard during this interview that I never knew and that fascinated me. I hope you enjoy them too.


Fantastic Fest 2018 Interview with Piercing Director Nicolas Pesce

In the final of our Fantastic Fest 2018 Interviews I sat down with Piercing Director Nicolas Pesce to discuss his film which comes out this weekend! Do not miss it!


Talking L.A. Living with STANDOFF AT SPARROW CREEK director Henry Dunham at Fantastic Fest 2018

The Standoff at Sparrow Creek is coming to theaters and VOD on Jan 18th, I sat down with director Henry Dunham at Fantastis Fest in September 2018 for the podcast. Enjoy!

In Theaters Now


In Theaters Now: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019)


The team and Katie checked out Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark which came out this weekend so you didn't have to and final verdict is you should see it and then listen to our episode!


In Theaters Now: Child's Play (2019)


This week the long awaited Child's Play remake was released. We all saw it this weekend and were joined by our friend Katie to discuss. Spoilers are ahead in the episode, you've been warned.


In Theaters Now: Us (2019)


We're back with another episode of In Theaters Now! We all watched US and break it down. So listen to our episode breaking down the movie, be warned there be spoilers in these waters!

Growing Up Kelly


Growing Up Kelly Episode 4: Christmas With the Kellys

Growing Up Kelly is back and it's Christmas time! The gang talks about Kelly Christmas traditions, bad gifts, fight clubs and anti-sex dreams. ENJOY!

What Did We Watch This Month

Best of HMN Podcast

March 2019

It's that time of the month where the trio breaks down what they saw this past month outside of the regular movies we watched. Beyond the normal collection of random flicks from streaming services and Matt's obsession with seeing things in theaters both Matt and Scott have a long conversation about Captain Marvel and then talk a little Drag Race.

Best of HMN Podcast

February 2019

We're back to discuss the films, tv shows and books we enjoyed this past February. 

Best of HMN Podcast

January 2019

After taking a slight break we discuss the films, tv shows and books we enjoyed this past January. 

HMN Podcast the Best of Episodes

Best of HMN Podcast

HMN Podcast: Best of Year 4

Four Years and over 200 episodes and we're still going. Enjoy this week while we take a break but walk you through the memory lane of our favorite moments this year (specifically from Episode 141-Episode 190)

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HMN Podcast: Best of Year 3

It's been three whole years of Horror Movie Night! This year was definitely one of our most interesting years. So join us while we answer questions, listen to favorite episode moments and bring year 3 to an end and gear up for a great Year 4.

Best of HMN Podcast

HMN Podcast: Best of Year 2

It's July 5th which means we're officially 2 years old. Check out this collection of some of our favorite moments between episode 41 and 90.

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HMN Podcast Best of Year 1

Today is the one year anniversary of Horror Movie Night, and what better way to celebrate than to frankenstein some of the best moments from past year into a supercut of embarrassment, drunkenness and awkward shouting?! If you're new to the podcast, this is your chance to learn the inside jokes and strange mannerisms of your hosts without slogging through 50 episodes. Sit back, crack a cold one and assume the position - it's Horror Movie Night's first bday!