Werewolf Ambulance

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. Each week we watch a different film from all eras (many of them so that you don't have to!) and review them for you. You can also download, subscribe and rate us on iTunes here

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Episode 116- The Descent (2005)

In this week's episode, we're diving into the all-female 2005 adventure/monster horror film "The Descent." Special topics for your consideration include: side effects of seitan consumption, being glad that one is not an adrenaline junkie by nature, tales of Kennywood (for those of you non-Pittsburghers, it's a local amusement park that is greatly beloved by the city's population), how a trailer can really ruin a movie and how senses work. 

Have you seen this one? What did you think about it? Let us know at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com

Check out our sponsor this week as well: Cryptocurium (www.cryptocurium.com) where cool horror stuff gets handmade and then delivered to your door on a monthly basis via the Parcel of Terror. You're going to love it, we promise you. 

Music from this week's episode includes:
Motley Crue- "Kickstart My Heart" (again! Special props to the first EMT who can tell us in which episode this song first appeared.)
Bone Thugs N Harmony- "Crossroads"

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 117_Episode_116__The_Descent_2005.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EST

Episode 115- House (Hausu) (1977)

Happy New Years, EMTs! We'd love to kick it off with a real doozy of a movie, selected by our very first repeat guest, our pal Carrie. She's picked the 1977 Japanese psychedelic horror film "Hausu." Special topics for your consideration include: the weirdness of cats, not being sure whether something is bananas or just lost in the translation, why the hell Mr. Togo is even in this movie, facts about people such as Howard Hughes and the idea that more movies ought to be written by 11-year-old girls. 

Have you seen this one? Did you like it? What would your name be if you were a character in it? Let us know your thoughts at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for Mailbag! at werewolfambulance@gmail.com. We love to hear from you.

Don't forget about our sponsor, Cryptocurium! New year, new you, new Parcels of Terror-- get the monthly subscription box at www.cryptocurium.com and that's one resolution off your list, just like that!

Can't get enough of this week's guest Carrie? Check out her first guest appearance, Episode 5: "The Godmonster of Indian Flats."

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 116_Episode_115__House_1977.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:35am EST

Episode 114- Gremlins (1984)

In this week's episode, an unprecedented second Christmas-themed episode, we're discussing the 1984 creature/holiday film "Gremlins." Special topics for your consideration include: television shows that we don't know why we watch, where on earth tiny creatures would get tiny adult clothes, a retrospective on the life, times and career of Corey Feldman, Billy's badass mom and Katie hitting the holiday wall and railing about both "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer."

We hope you had an absolutely lovely holiday season and are ready to move into the new year with us. We're so grateful for all of you. Let us know how you're feeling (subtext: say nice things about us, please please) on facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. If you are super itchy to say nice things about us, go on iTunes and give us a rating/review. It really does help us!

And please, don't forget our sponsor Cryptocurium. After we unbox the hoiday Parcel of Terror, you won't be able to stop yourself from going to www.cryptocurium.com and signing up for this monthly subscription box for yourself or someone you love. 

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: Episode_114_Gremlins_1984.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EST

Episode 113- Black Christmas (1974)

In our third annual Christmas episode, we're discussing the 1974 Canadian slasher "Black Christmas." Special topics for your consideration include: not knowing any of the words to any actual Christmas carols, refusing to acknowledge an entire floor of the house, being bad at piano, being good at wearing fur coats and calling from iiiinsiiiiide the hoooouuuuse! Oh also, we're eating cookies. Sorry about that; it's the holidays. Happy holidays.

Have you seen this movie? Let us know your thoughts at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for Mailbag! at werewolfambulance@gmail.com. We love to hear from you.

Speaking of love, it's the holiday season, the season of perpetual hope and love or whatever, so you should show some love to our sponsor Cryptocurium! Get their amazing monthly subscription box, the Parcel of Terror, delivered to your door for just $35/month by signing up at www.cryptocurium.com

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 114_Episode_113__Black_Christmas_1974.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EST

Episode 112- Christine (1983)

After wayyy too many weeks spent pondering what was happening in cinema in the early 2000s, we've gone back to the 80s (and Stephen King and John Carpenter) with the boy-meets-car, boy-falls-in-love-with-car, car-ruins-boy's-life classic "Christine." Special topics for your consideration include: very serious discussions of science and philosophy, less serious discussions about mechanophilia, even LESS serious discussions about the series "Friday Night Lights" in which it is revealed we can't remember a damn thing about it, and Allen attempts to explain how drive-in movie theatres work, despite not actually knowing how drive-in movie theatres work. It's a goodie. 

Do you like this movie? How do you feel it fits in the Carpenter oeuvre? Let us know in the comments at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us at werewolfambulance@gmail.com; we love to hear from you. While you're on the internet, please please consider going to iTunes and give us a rating/review. It really does help more people find the show.

Don't forget about our sponsor for this week's episode! Cryptocurium's monthly subscription box, the Parcel of Terror, full of amazing handmade horror stuff, is the perfect holiday gift for the horror fanatic in your life (or, let's face it, yourself. You deserve it.) Sign up for a subscription at www.cryptocurium.com.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

 

Direct download: 113_Episode_112__Christine_1983.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EST

Episode 111- Silent Hill (2006)

In this week's episode, we're talking video games (and how little we understand about video games) with the 2006 adaptation "Silent Hill." Special topics include: How Sean Bean was cast in this film and (spoiler alert) how he LIVES!, the fact that you should really never trust Marita Covarrubias, ...witch hunters??, good concepts and bad executions, and GUCCI GUCCI. 

Have you seen this one? What do you think about it? What about the rest of the series? Tell us at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for "Mailbag!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com. We love to hear from you guys. While you're on the internet, please please consider going to iTunes and give us a rating/review. It really does help more people find the show.

And don't forget about our sponsor, Cryptocurium and their killer monthly subscription box, the Parcel of Terror! It's a little too late to get the holiday edition of the box, but it is definitely not too late to sign up the horror lover in your life to begin a subscription in January as the best holiday gift ever. Don't you want to be the best? Make it happen at www.cryptocurium.com.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 112_Episode_111__Silent_Hill_2006.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EST

We've got a double guestisode for you this week, EMTs-- we're joined by two guests, our friends John and Allison, to discuss the 1992 Francis Ford Coppola epic "Bram Stoker's Dracula." Special topics for your consideration include Youtubing Dracula's hair tutorials, a rough estimate at the percentage of this film that is just heavy breathing, what we were doing in 1992, what in the world Keanu Reeves is doing here, the endless joy of Anthony Hopkins and another critique on incompetent accents. 

Have you seen this one? What did you think about it? Let us know at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com.

Check out our sponsor this week as well: Cryptocurium (www.cryptocurium.com) where cool stuff gets handmade and then delivered to your door on a monthly basis. You're going to love it. 

You guys should also check our John & Allison's bookstore, Nine Stories! They are located at 5400 Butler St in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and you can also see more about them on their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ninestoriespgh/

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

 

Direct download: 111_Episode_110__Bram_Stokers_Dracula_1992.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EST

Episode 109- The Purge (2013)

Crime night! It's crime night! What are we gonna do? We'll discuss that matter and many more in this week's episode about the 2013 home invasion/weird future film "The Purge." Special topics for your consideration include: how the logistics of legal crimes are carried out when it's a crime other than murder, owning Dean Koontz by marriage, the transitive property of crime in that all murder is crime but not all crime is murder, being or not being Ryder Strong, our real feelings on Gwyneth Paltrow and EATING DINNER, NO PENISES. 

Have you seen this one? What do you think about it? What about the rest of the series? Tell us at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for "Mailbag!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com. We love to hear from you guys.

Please also check out this week's sponsor Cryptocurium! Their holiday Parcel of Terror is going to be so killer, even more killer than the already killer P.o.T.s that they put out every month all year round. Go to www.cryptocurium.com to sign up and we promise that you will not regret it. 

Hey, if you guys like the show and haven't already done so, please please go to iTunes and give us a rating/review. It really does help more people find the show.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 110_Episode_109__The_Purge_2013.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EST

Episode 108- The Wicker Man (2006)

After a long and quite frankly terrible week in American history, we're trying to lighten the mood a little with the 2006 Nicolas Cage remake of "The Wicker Man." Special topics for your consideration include: why Nic Cage is always a cop and how delightful his amazing freakouts are, sighting bands in the wild, our mutual affinity for creepy little girls in film, the majesty of Ellen Burstyn, British pronunciations and what happens when Allen has too much coffee.

Have you seen this one? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us at werewolfambulance@gmail.com, and while you're on the internet, check out our lovely sponsors Cryptocurium and their killer Parcel of Terror at www.cryptocurium.com and Dylan Garrett Smith's variety of totally excellent art at dylangarrettsmith.com. Whatever you decide to buy, let em know you heard about them from us!
 
And hey, if you like this episode, tell a friend. Or two! Or thirty! We're not picky.

Music used in this week's episode includes:
Live- "Lightning Flashes"
The Toadies- "Possum Kingdom"
The Wicker Man soundtrack (1973) - "Willows Song"
The Ramones - "Psycho Therapy"
Now no one can sue us! We're pretty sure, anyway. 

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

 

 

Direct download: 109_Episode_108__The_Wicker_Man_2006.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:12pm EST

Episode 107- Jennifer's Body (2009)

In this week's episode, we're discussing the 2009 black comedy horror film "Jennifer's Body." Special topics we'd like you to consider include: the usage of Urban Dictionary to figure out what anyone is talking about, famous people we've been told we resemble, things that are too gauche even for Pauly Shore, a great depiction of teenage awkwardness, being just a bit too quirky and that weird feeling where you're let down by expecting something to be shitty but it's just not shitty enough. There's gotta be a German word for that, right?

Have you seen this one? What did you think? Let us know at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us at werewolfambulance@gmail.com, and hey, while you're on the internet, check out our lovely sponsors Cryptocurium at www.cryptocurium.com, Dylan Garrett Smith at dylangarrettsmith.com and Seventh Church Ministries at www.seventhchurchministries.wordpress.com. Whatever you decide to buy, let em know you heard about them from us!

Music used in this episode is "Jennifer's Body" by Hole, "Boyfriend" by Ashlee Simpson and "Two Parts Water" by Pullman. We're not trying to get sued here, ya know?

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 108_Episode_107__Jennifers_Body_2009.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EST