What scares you? Is it the harsh reality that evil exists all around us? Or maybe the unfathomable malignance of supernatural forces? Join hosts Sam and Maya as they explore the breadth and depth of horror in all its terrifying forms.
Sam and Maya gush over Mark Jenkin's mesmerizing Enys Men.
Sam & Maya talk history, politics, and hallucinogens as they compare Dario Argento's landmark giallo horror, Suspiria, with the 2018 "cover" directed by Luca Guadagnino.
Former Whitest Kids You Know player, Zach Cregger, tries his hand at horror with 2022's Barbarian. Maya and Sam discuss where it hits, where it misses, and- yes- "mommy issues" comes up.
"All the world loves a clown." Cole Porter got it all wrong and filmmaker Damien Leone proves it with his disturbing creation, Art the Clown. In this episode, Sam & Maya discuss the hits and misses of the Terrifier film series, explore humanity's fascination with violence, and share their favorite forms of torture.
In this episode, Maya & Sam discuss Kiyoshi Kurosawa's brooding 1997 horror, "Cure," and debate the finer details of its script.
Celebrate the holidays with the 1984 yuletide killing spree, Silent Night, Deadly Night! Pour a tall glass of your favorite nog, gather the family together*, and join Maya & Sam for a spirited discussion of murder, childhood trauma, and churchly misdeeds.
*This is not a family podcast. Please do not gather them together.
Episode 6: Hellraiser ’87 & ’22 (AKA: Am I The Only One Around Here Who Gives a Sh*t About The Rules?!)
Sam & Maya praise Hell and raise Hell over Hellraiser and its 2022 remake.
Is humanity a collection of special souls or simply a bunch of meatbags that learned how to think and talk? Sam and Maya ponder this question and many more as they dig into the campy 80's Lovecraft adaptation, "Re-Animator."
Unwind with Maya, Sam, and a heaping dose of Existential terror, Harlan Ellison style. Our hosts compare notes on whether they'd want to survive a nuclear apocalypse, revel in Ellison's famously cantankerous persona, and dive deep into the short story- and video game adaptation- of I Have No Mouth, And I Must Scream.
This week, Sam and Maya dig up the campy horror classic, Plan 9 From Outer Space, and what it means to appreciate an artist even if their work was pretty rough around the edges.
A boy's best friend is his mother and every horror fan's best friend should be Alfred Hitchcock. In this episode, Maya and Sam peel back the layers of Hitchcock's game changing slasher flick, Psycho, and praise Anthony Perkin's pivotal, potent performance as Norman Bates.
Welcome to the Infinite Horrors podcast! Sam and Maya dive right in and explore the terrifying, visceral work of Manga artist, Junji Ito. Hopefully you aren't listening while you eat because it's about to get gross. Enjoy!
Who are Sam West Williams and Maya Prabhakar? Why do they love horror? What scares them? Do they eat the flesh of the living? Find out in this episode!
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