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Offering a blend of sarcasm, snarky commentary and genuine discussion, Devour the Podcast brings horror fans/critics Vanessa, Jaime, and Bo together once a month to dissect, discuss, debate and spiral out of control into the wonderful world of tangents that often have nothing to do with the original topic being discussed. Are you looking for horror news? Well we've got it, as we tackle a slew of news topics every month, discussing, poking of and ranting about all the interesting stories we can find.The Wheel of Devour provides listener-requested movie reviews, rating each film on a 0-5 scale (0=Avoid at all cost, 5=Must Watch) and sacrificing our precious time and brain cells on some of the worst crimes committed against cinema. Occasionally we find something good too! Our Feature Presentation segment features a film we feel deserves a more in depth discussion, synopsizing the film, our general thoughts and our rating of the film.. Devour the Podcast is your destination for news, reviews, commentary and sheer madness!
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The final episode of Devour the Podcast has arrived and it is a banger! Join your host David and co-hosts Jamie, Vanessa, and Bo for a final trip down Devour Lane. Thank you all so much for listening and supporting the show and we hope that this final episode gives you as much joy as we received in creating it. Show Open – 0:00 – 9:40Whatcha Watching? – 9:40 – 35:04News – 35:04 – 1:30:23Ask DTP – 1:30:23 – 2:01:36Wheel of Devour: Bubba Ho-tep – 2:01:36 – 2:30:15Feature Review: The Monster Squad – 2:30:15 – 2:52:58Final Thoughts – 2:54:05 – End ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Ah, February. The shortest month of the year. Which is sort of a slap in the face to fans of love. Yes, this month that boasts the one holiday every year dedicated to romance seems like a perfect time to look at some of the weird relationships in the world of horror. There’s kinky power plays, jealous lovers and, yes, mermaids. Jump in, won’t you?Zombie Honeymoon – ***Honeymoon – **Bride of Chucky – **1/2Piercing – ****The Hidden Face – ****Night Tide – *** ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
 Let’s begin 2019 with the most ambitious thing we’ve ever done on Devour the Podcast. We take a look at The Blair Witch Project, its sequels, the books (there were some), the comics (true), and the mockumentaries that helped propel this series into the popular culture. Using a blend of narration, film clips and discussion, we work our way through the entire series in a comprehensive look at all things witchy in Burkittsville. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Welcome back to Hero Hero Ghost Show! We have a great one this time around. Mike Marryman is here to talk Hideo Nakata’s Dark Water. Cort Psyops shows up in The G-Spot to talk Invasion of Astro-Monster. And no show would be complete without a look at divorce in Japan. So, what are we waiting for? Forget the kids at school, it’s Hero Hero Time! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Happy New Year, Devour Devotees! Your faithful horror host has returned with seven films to tempt your terror bone. Actually, most of them aren’t very good, but that doesn;t mean we shouldn’t talk about them. Jump in for this septet of suspense with our January Review Round-Up!Space Clown – 1.5Blood Fest – 3Patient Zero – 1.5Dead Sea – 1For a Few Zombies More – 3You Might Be the Killer – 3The Clovehitch Killer – 4We’ll be back for more Devour fun soon! In the meantime, come say hello on the Facebook group page or drop me a line right here. Thanks for listening! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Ah, smell that? That’s pine, people, and that means Christmas. Which ALSO means Krampus. So, our Christmas review show will feature a trio of Krampus films, and, no, not the good one.If you want to talk about what YOU’VE been watching, hop over to our Facebook page here and join the conversation. Also, you can drop me a line here.See you next week with a brand new episode of Hero Hero Ghost Show! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Here we are, together on a brand new adventure. Once a month, we at Devour will invite you to our aural theater, a trip through a movie that has reached classic status, whether it deserves it or not. Two decades have passed since our first film was released, and I am admittedly in the tank for Phantoms. Join me as we let the film unfold before our ears and have a little fun along the way. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Happy Thanksgiving! We’re in the doldrums between Halloween and Christmas and that means we’re talking dressing options and side dishes before diving into the horror. We rank the nature run amok films Orca, Grizzly, Prophecy, The Birds, Kingdom of the Spiders and Day of the Animals from best to worst, then talk some new viewings. After that, it’s a look at the unsettling Killing of a Sacred Deer as the listener requested film and Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake.Killing of a Sacred Deer:Vanessa – 4Jamie – 5Bo – 4.5 Suspiria (2018)Vanessa – 4.5Jamie – 5Bo – 3.5 Intro and Ranking: 00:00 – 43:32News and Ask DTP: 44:00 – 2:02:00Killing of a Sacred Deer: 2:03:00 – 2:26:00Suspiria: 2:26:00 – 3:01:20End: 3:02:34 – close Check back next week for more Devour goodness!  ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
 Another round of reviews is here!  With Halloween in the rearview, time to turn our attention to Thanksgiving and all that entails… Jell-o molds, your racist aunt, and travel. With that in mind, we have a bevy of reviews, most of which are based around the idea of airborne horror. We also ask the question, why do we do this to ourselves? And why keep referring to ourselves with the royal “we?” Watch If You Dare – 2Death Race: Beyond Anarchy – 2The Night Eats the World – 3Altitude – 1.5Flight 666 – 2Flight of the Living Dead – 37500 – 1.5 See you next week with a full-blown episode of Devour the Podcast!   ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Happy Halloween! It’s been a rough and tumble October, but here we are, with lots of reviews done and a fresh episode of Devour every week, even if it’s just your old pal Bo. Here’s the last 7, leading up to a big recommendation if you’re looking for that special movie to watch on Halloween night. Have a safe and Happy Halloween and, as of tomorrow, only 364 days until the next one! The First Purge – 2.5Thirteen Ghosts – 1.5Summer of ’84 – 3.5Evil Dead (2013) Unrated – 3.5Halloween (1978) – 5WNUF Halloween Special – 2Ghostwatch – 5 Happy Halloween everyone! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Welcome back to the penultimate review roundup! Look, things happen, and I went down a weird Amityville Horror road for a few of these films, but there’s also a modern classic, a new foreign horror film on Netflix and more!Ghost Ship (2002) – 2The Cabin in the Woods – 5The Skeleton Key – 3.5The Blacksmith and the Devil (Errementari) – 2.5The Amityville Horror (2005) – 1.5Amityville: The Awakening – 1.5Amityville 2: The Possession – 3Thanks again for joining me on this journey. You can subscribe to Devour the Podcast right here, and be sure you subscribe to Legion Podcasts for this show and many more! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Welcome to another special bonus episode of Devour the Podcast! We have more movies to look at on our journey to Halloween, and, especially, the Mike Flanagan adaptation of The Haunting of Hill House. I’m joined by Cort Psyops of Cinema Psyops and Vanessa McEnery of Devour the Podcast and The VD Clinic to discuss the 10-part miniseries and then I take it solo for takes on the remake of The House on Haunted Hill, Terrified, Drag Me to Hell, The Haunting (1963), listener suggestion Who’s Watching Oliver?, and 1977’s anthology Dead of Night.Spoilers for The Haunting of Hill House until 1:03:40. You have been warned.The Haunting of Hill House (2018)Bo – 4.5Cort – 5Vanessa – 4.5 The House on Haunted Hill (1999) – 3.5Terrified – 4Drag Me to Hell – 3.5The Haunting (1963) – 5Who’s Watching Oliver? – 2Dead of Night – 3 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Happy Halloween! The weather may be cooling, but the show is heating up! We start with a ranking of Halloween candies before discussing some recent watches. including Mandy, The Haunting, both classic and the one with Owen Wilson, Hell Fest, The House on Haunted Hill (1999), Hell House LLC 2: The Abaddon Hotel, and Satan’s Slaves. We take a look at news bits about a new werewolf movie, the passing of Scott Wilson, a potential sequel to Cabin in the Woods before answering your questions about Halloween and more! Then, we tackle listener requested Berlin Syndrome and then the latest entry into the… ugh.. Wan-iverse…  The Nun! Berlin Syndrome:Bo – 3Jamie- 3Vanessa – 3 The Nun:Bo – 1.5Jamie- 4Vanessa – 3 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
After some delay, I have returned to finish what I started… a horror a movie a day until Halloween! This week, there’s plenty of found footage and some new arrivals to Shudder and also fsh people. Join me, won’t you?Avenged – 2Frazier Park Recut –   2.5#Screamers –  2.5Cold Skin –  3.5Hell House LLC 2: The Abaddon Hotel – 2Satan’s Slaves – 4Malevolent – 3You can join in on the discussions at or find me on Twitter @LegionPodcasts! Thanks for listening! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Life and the usual nonsense have kept me at bay when it comes to talking to you fine folks, but let’s draw that chapter to a close and open the book on Halloween 2018! Here’s some thought son seven movies to begin the Spooktober Xperience (on account of how extreme it is)!Arbor Demon – 2Mandy – 4.5Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – 1.5Intruders (2015) – 2.5Be My Cat: A Film for Anne – 3The Monster Project – 1.5Jigsaw – 1.5  ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Thanks for listening and offering feedback and suggestions following the first episode, so here’s a more listener-influenced list for week two! Only one animal attack film, so this time we dip into more of the supernatural, an alt-zombie movie, and even some found footage. Seven new horror reviews for your listening pleasure… Join me, won’t you?Afflicted – 4The Neighbor – 2Pontypool – 4.5Memory of the Dead – 1.5Lake Nowhere – 3.5Of Unknown Origin – 3.5Annihilation – 4 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Bo is back with the first week’s worth of spook-tacular movie viewings. So, what horror movie reviews are we talking about this week? The Eyes of My Mother, The Return of the Living Dead, The Blob, Piranha, and Into the Grizzly Maze!Be sure to follow Devour the Podcast on iTunes here, or on your preferred podcasting service.You can follow all of the shows on Legion Podcasts here.Thanks for listening and we’ll talk again next Friday!Eyes of My Mother – 3.5The Return of the Living Dead – 4.5Are We Not Cats – 2.5The Blob (1988) – 4Piranha (1978) – 4.5The Reef – 4Into the Grizzly Maze – 3.5 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
We may only do it once a month, but we come big and loud! We are digging into the latest in the long-running Puppet Master franchise, Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich and debate the efficacy of killer puppets, Nazi villains and more! Before we tackle that nonsense, we rank the original Universal monster movies, discuss references to better movies in The Meg and Along Came the Devil, Bo gets infuriated by Zak Bagans and Demon House, and Vanessa gets fancy with a Hammer film festival. Also, we dig into what scares us most in real life, commentaries we’d love to do and so much more with new and Ask DTP. AAAAAaaaannnnddd… we fit in the listener chosen review for He Never Died, in which Henry Rollins is too old for this shit. It’s a jam-packed episode of Devour the Podcast and ready to crawl in your ears and lay eggs! He Never Died:Jamie – 3.5Vanessa – 3.5Bo – 3.5 Puppet Master: The Littlest ReichJamie – 4Vanessa -3Bo – 4 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Welcome to a special episode of Devour the Podcast! Bo and Vanessa put Unfriended: Dark Web in their eyeballs and they want to talk about it. We get into the characters, the problem with being helpful and a sequel idea too good to be true! Now put that thing down and quit playing with other people’s things! It’s a DTP minisode! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
It’s here! A brand new episode of Hero Hero Ghost Show has arrived! We welcome Jerry Herring of Kill the Cast and Underwater Kaiju from Outer Space fame to chat about the bananas films, Meatball Machine and Kodoku Meatball Machine. We try to make some sense of the J-splatter silliness and manage to divert into discussions of Sion Sono, Takashi Miike, and the often-uncomfortable relationship with sexuality in Japanese cinema. Also, a trip to the G-Spot with Cort Psyops as we look at Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster! Enough chatting, let’s get to splatting!Opening song: In the Sad Forest by RAINASHClosing song: New Days by Sekai Ichi ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★