The best horror movies throughout history share a handful of qualities movie-goers absolutely love. These tropes are so good, it’s shaped the horror genre and challenged future films to make better quality films for a modernized audience.
Our featured podcast for this week is for the horror film connoisseur and for movie lovers everywhere.
Autopsy of a Horror Movie earns podcast of the week for October 11, 2021.
Check out popular episodes from Autopsy of a Horror Movie on Bullhorn:
- Here Comes Hell (2019) – Interview with actor Charlie Robb!
- What’s Your Favorite Horror Trope? Looking into Queer Coded Villains & Small Creepy Towns with Adam and Aurelien!
- The Invisible Man (1933) (with Levi & Rachel!)
- Build Your Own Cabin in the Woods
What’s the podcast about?
Autopsy of a Horror Movie is a film-analysis podcast that focuses on the horror genre. Its host Brucker Nourse offers amazing insights into the finer details that go into creating a well-crafted scary movie. Great horror films not only spook and frighten audiences but also leave a lasting psychological impression even years after watching – still getting chills from House on Haunted Hill.
Why subscribe to the Autopsy of a Horror Movie podcast?
This podcast isn’t just for the horror aficionado – it’s for anyone that has a strong appreciation for the craft of filmmaking. Audiences dive into every bit of detail that goes into making a movie, like choosing the right cast, the director’s creative process, and scene-by-scene commentary on the most important and overlooked portions of films.
If you love movies, especially those that go bump in the night, Autopsy of a Horror Movie is a podcast you definitely want to be subscribed to.
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