Werewolf Ambulance: A Horror Movie Comedy Podcast (general)

In this week's episode, we're back to the terror of filling one's home with cameras in the 2010 found footage film "Paranormal Activity 2." Special topics for your consideration include: so much talk about Burger King that you might run right out and get yourself a flame-boiler Whopper™, words that you can't say on this podcast, problematic furniture, and a true roundup of horror favorites: dumb teens, bad advice, annoying demons, not listening to the one person who is trying to help, and more!

We've covered two other Paranormal Activity films: Episodes 83 and 296- "Paranormal Activity" and "Paranormal Activity 3" respectively. 

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Direct download: Episode_430_-_Paranormal_Activity_2_2010.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're trying to make lemonade out of a lot of lemons... and then maybe just dumping a whole bunch of gin into the pitcher to take the edge off a real piece of work: the 1968 Vincent Price film "Witchfinder General." Hoooo boy. Special topics for your consideration include: a movie that isn't the one you remembered and certainly not the one you wanted, the grossest you'll ever see Vincent Price behave, hair concerns, horse concerns, and a whole bunch of bonus content.

Is it possible that we've only covered one other Vincent Price movie? It's Episode 91- "The Last Man on Earth."

The regular lineup of links!
You can support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance and enjoy a collection of episode about action movies! Looks like May is gonna be "Point Break" month so you know I'll hate that. 

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Direct download: Episode_429_-_Witchfinder_General_1968.mp3
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It's a landline! It's a knife! It's the newest entry into the "Scream" franchise! This week, we're discussing 2023's "Scream 6" or "SCREAVI" or whatever it is that they're stylizing. Special topics for your consideration include: having very shallow memories when it comes to the last two installments of this series, stanning our short kings and queens...of law enforcement? and also a quick PSA on where it is and is not acceptable to tag "ACAB," Dermot Mulroney!, and our slow descent into madness.

We have covered all the "Scream" movies! That's either an accomplishment or a reason to seek therapy. They are: the original in Episode 44, "Scre4m" in Episode 228, "Scr3am" in Episode 278, "Scream 5[?]" in Episode 374, and "Scream 2" in Episode 391. Just looking at the order in which we covered these movies makes me very happy.

The regular lineup of links!
You can support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance and enjoy a collection of episode about action movies! You might just get a "Point Break" this month, babies.

leave us a message at 412-407-7025
hang out with some cool listeners at https://discord.gg/DutFjx3cBD 
buy merch at www.teepublic.com/user/werewolfambulance
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Direct download: Episode_428_-_ScreamVI_2023.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're tackling a movie that (spoiler alert!) we both love a lot: it's the 2000 Japanese film "Battle Royale." Special topics for your consideration include: butt slashing, trusting adults, the fact that this movie might be a comedy?, fantastic death scenes, and the sad fact of knowing everything we know about other cultures from terrible 80s movies.

Into Japanese horror? We've covered shockingly little of it! We've done "Hausu" in Episode 115 and the remake of "The Ring" (no longer Japanese, I know) way back in Episode 98. Do you have a favorite Japanese film you'd like us to discuss? Let us know!

The regular lineup of links!
You can support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance and enjoy a collection of episode about action movies!

leave us a message at 412-407-7025
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buy merch at www.teepublic.com/user/werewolfambulance
we're on Reddit at r/werewolfambulance
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if you feel you really must lodge a complaint with us, please do it on Facebook at facebook.com/werewolfambulance because we are probably not gonna see that, ever.
 
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Direct download: Episode_427_-_Battle_Royale_2000.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're digging into some post-"Texas Chainsaw Massacre," pre-"Poltergeist" Tobe Hooper in the 1981 slasher "The Funhouse." Special topics of conversation include: some minor societal red flags like teens dating people in their 30s and allowing a stranger to wash your child (?!), utterly amazing 1980s slang that perhaps didn't catch on, the Delaware state fair, terrible last words, and a very fun AMA with some listeners!

We've never discussed "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" because it's a perfect movie and there's not much to be funny about, but we HAVE discussed its raucous sequel "Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2" in Episode 56, along with "Poltergeist" in Episode 212. 

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You can support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance because it's FAST 9 MONTH, BABY!

leave us a message at 412-407-7025
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Direct download: Episode_426_-_Funhouse_1981.mp3
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Hello EMTs! I'm on vacation this week so instead of writing up a bunch of jokes about the movie, I am just going to say that in addition to your Pittsburgh baseball Pirates currently sitting in first place, Dave Bautista wearing people clothes is my absolute favorite thing to happen in 2023. Come along with us on this journey of the newest film from our boy and yours but mostly yours, M. Night Shyamalan.

We have spent a lot of time with ol' M. Night. You can catch his films in Episode 12- "The Happening," Episode 157- "The Sixth Sense," Episode 169- "The Village," and Episode 363- "Old."

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Direct download: Episode_425_-_Knock_at_the_Cabin_2023.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're unable to find a decently reliable streaming version of listener-requested film "The Others," so we took the next best Nicole Kidman option: the 2013 psychological thriller "Stoker." It's a movie about vampires... OR IS IT?! Special topics for your consideration include: weird familial relationships,  Allen's concern about finding one's "thing," chasing that disgust dragon, lifeless mannequin eyes, and the fleshing out of our new podcast idea, "Murder Nut."

If you want more Nicole Kidman, please please go back and listen to Episode 76, cleverly titled "???? (1990)" because it is "Days of Thunder" and hoo boy what a perfect film. Right? Of course you agree.

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Direct download: Episode_424_-_Stoker_2013.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're questioning why Ethan Hawke loves being in movies about dead children so much with the 2012 supernatural thriller "Sinister." Special topics for your consideration include: making a whole ass movie about wandering your house in the dark while wearing lounge pants, being a whiner about coffee, being a shit husband and a shittier dad, actors you know from every other conceivable things, and the problem with true crime.

Do you enjoy seeing Ethan Hawke act against dead children? You may enjoy Episode 394- "The Black Phone." Do you enjoy Vincent D'Onofrio doing whatever he wants? Then we'd suggest Episode 133- "The Cell." True crime fan? Apparently we covered "The Town that Dreaded Sundown" in Episode 49, but it's the remake and not even the original. Still, true story!

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Direct download: Episode_423_-_Sinister_2012.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're headed back to the weird and wonderful world of Charles Band with the 1994 film "Shrunken Heads." Special topics for your consideration include: adult teens, a lesson in Haitian history, Meg Foster in the role of a lifetime, inappropriate jauntiness, nepotism babies, and condominiums,

Charles Band is a nutbar and I love him (almost all the time). Here are some movies he's had his hands in: Episode 156- "Gingerdead Man," Episode 164- "Puppet Master," Episode 165- "Puppet Master 2," Episode 171- "Ghoulies," Episode 186- "Tourist Trap," Episode 199- "Terrorvision (the live show!)" and Episode 354- "Dolls," a movie I completely forgot existed until I started this write-up and now I am delighted all over again.

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Direct download: Episode_422_-_Shrunken_Heads_1994.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're back from our break rested, refreshed, and ready to talk about a brand new movie! We're discussing the 2022 thriller "M3GAN." Special topics for your consideration include: our feelings on the upcoming robot overlord takeover, an allegory for....teenagers?, parenting advice, a throwback to the finest film ever made ("Child's Play 2" of course), and how this film fits into the oft-discussed Wan-iverse. And hey, if you're joining us as a new listener, welcome! We are very glad you're here.

Episode 28 is "Child's Play 2," Episode 231 is "Child's Play," and Episode 287 is the 2019 remake of "Child's Play." What more could you want?

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Direct download: Episode_421_-_M3GAN_2022.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're taking a much-needed break but wanted to leave you with a classic: our review of the 2019 Glenn Danzig-written/directed/produced anthology film (film?) "Verotika." We hope you like it and if you know anyone who can get us a copy of "Death Rider in the House of Vampires," get in touch!! I still kind of don't believe it's real.

We'll catch you next week with a new episode in the Wan-iverse, "M3GAN."  

In the meantime, support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance where you can hear us discuss an action movie each month.

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Direct download: 303_Episode_302_-_Verotika_2019_rerelease.mp3
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Dudes, it's 420! We're celebrating by hanging with our friend Perry and discussing his pick, the 2018 sci-fi horror film "Annihilation." In the grand tradition of Werewolf Ambulance, though, it was not quite the movie he remembered. This is what they get for not letting me watch "Bong of the Dead," seriously! Special topics for your consideration include: wondering whether this movie is a metaphor for drugs or just sadness, exhaustion as a character choice, dealing with the consequences of not knowing a thing, and of course, weed.

420 baby! Thanks for sticking with us though so many ridiculous episodes-- we are truly grateful for all of yinz. We're going to be off next week for a lil break, but you can catch us TOMORROW as special guests on the God Awful Movies podcast (Episode 395- "The Exorcist 2: The Heretic.")

The only other thing I want to hype this week is Perry! Catch him on Episode 55- "Silence of the Lambs" and all of his stunning art on Instagram @smoking_joe_studio or on his website http://www.smokingjoestudio.com 

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Direct download: Episode_420_-_Annihilation_2018.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing the 2020 supernatural horror film "The Dark and the Wicked," aka "An Extremely Allen Movie." Special topics for your consideration include: two very different schools of thought when it comes to handling one's emotions, chasing that old scare dragon, the hardness of farm folk (particularly compared to how baby-soft we are), and a delightfully Pittsburgh voicemail. 

If you liked this movie, you'll probably love Episode 255- "Lake Mungo." We've also dealt with themes of grief in Episode 11- "The Babadook," Episode 47- "Don't Look Now," Episode 116- "The Descent," Episode 159- "Pet Sematary," Episode 224- "Hereditary," and Episode 270- "Midsommar."

Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance where you can hear us discuss an action movie each month. It's "Crank" month, bay-bee!

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Direct download: Episode_419_-_The_Dark__The_Wicked_2020.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're back to the Wan-iverse with the 2018 supernatural horror film "The Nun." Special topics for your consideration include: a case of mistaken identity, rewriting The Replacements lyrics to be about prayer, an extremely graphic depiction of the monetization of this film, and even more controversial opinions that will likely alienate our listenership!

Did you miss our episodes on "The Conjuring" series? They are Episode 96 (the OG) and Episode 33 (the sequel). And for good measure, why don't you also listen to Episode 303- "Insidious" because I am half-sure they are all the same movie?

Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance where you can hear us discuss an action movie each month. It's "Crank" month, bay-bee!

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Direct download: Episode_418_-_The_Nun_2018.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing the brand new 2023 independent film "Skinamarink." Special topics for your consideration include: um, you know, saying some stuff...about stuff? Talking about corners, walls, ceilings, and the feet of children, trying to get a foothold in someone else's nightmare, and a very weird personalized license plate. 

We've done a couple avant garde/arthouse style horror movies in the past. May we suggest Episode 115- "Hausu," Episode 194- "Santa Sangre," or Episode 240- "Mandy"? Also, does everything Lucio Fulci ever made count? If so, boy have we done a lot of those.

Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance where you can hear us discuss an action movie each month. There are a solid 2.5 years worth of episodes there just waiting for you!

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Direct download: Episode_417_-_Skinamarink_2023.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing the 1987 supernatural (?) educational (??) erotic (???) film "A Chinese Ghost Story." Normally I'd write some jokes here and compare it to other movies we've covered, but frankly the Super Bowl made me get too tore up to do all that. Totally not my fault obviously. You'll like this movie though, it's pretty goddamn fantastic.

Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance where you can hear us discuss an action movie each month. There are a solid 2.5 years worth of episodes there just waiting for you!

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Direct download: Episode_416_-_A_Chinese_Ghost_Story_1987.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're exploring the world of fine dining and luxurious food with the 2022 film "The Menu." Special topics for your consideration include: a gift from a listener sparks food joy for us, being open to John Leguizamo, gatekeeping of hobbies, the good old days of smoking in restaurants, red flags in a potential partner, and chocolate hats, THE CHOCOLATE HATS!

We've covered two Anya Taylor-Joy movies in the past (Episode 73- "The Witch" and Episode 319- "New Mutants" which is also a crossover with the 'Marveling at Marvel's Marvels podcast) and one Nicholas Hoult (Episode 267- "Warm Bodies.) Sorry no Ralph Fiennes.

Otherwise, find us online:

Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance where you can hear us discuss an action movie each month. We just released our most recent episode, "The 36th Chamber of Shaolin," and you'll probably like it. 

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Direct download: Episode_415_-_The_Menu_2022.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing the 2007 Spanish found footage film "[REC]." Special topics for your consideration include: how to make an extremely tight horror movie, running the zombie gauntlet, the relative attractiveness of the virgin Mary, concerns about the shape of scientific equipment and Werewolf Ambulance: An Unexpected Journey.

Are you a fan of found footage movies? You may like Episode 15- "The Blair Witch Project," Episodes 83 and 296- "Paranormal Activity" and "Paranormal Activity 3" respectively, Episode 203- "Grave Encounters," Episodes 254, 256 and 258- the "Hell House LLC" trilogy, Episode 380- "The Lock In," or Episode 408- "Deadstream."

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Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance where you can hear us discuss an action movie each month. It's kung fu month!!

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Direct download: Episode_414_-_REC_2007.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing Stephen King's directorial debut (and hasty exit from directing), the 1986 diesel-themed disaster "Maximum Overdrive." Special topics for your consideration include: a quick visit to our errors & omissions corner, a retrospective on the career of Emilio Estevez, more inexplicable sex stuff from Steven Kang himself, the great unifier that is AC/DC and trucks. Just...just trucks.

Stephen King villains are funny. Please enjoy a group of religious children in Episode 59- "Children of the Corn," a car in Episode 126- "Christine," a teenage girl in Episode 206- "Carrie," a dog in Episode 218- "Cujo," and some grass? or a rune or something, I genuinely cannot remember, in Episode 291- "In the Tall Grass."

Hey, give us a call and leave us a voicemail! You can call 412-407-7025 and let us hear your sweet sweet voices.

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Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance where you can hear us discuss an action movie each month. It's a kung fu month, bay-bee!

Buy merch for yourself or those you love at www.teepublic.com/user/werewolfambulance
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Intro song is by Alex Van Luvie
Outro song is A. Wallis- "EMT"
Seriously, we have the best listeners, hands down. 
Direct download: Episode_413_-_Maximum_Overdrive_1986.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're concluding our siblings-running-a-farm rock block with the 1980 utterly bananas film "Motel Hell." Truly, the mind boggles. Special topics for your consideration include: a fantastic tagline for a movie or a brand of smoked meats or really whatever you're promoting, the siren call of Rory Calhoun, terrible police work, absolutely baffling motivations, and the age old question of what did characters know and when did they know it?

I'm putting this up there with a handful of my other favorite bizarre horror movies of the 1980s- Episode 35- "Neon Maniacs," Episode 140- "Killer Klowns from Outer Space," Episode 174- "Chopping Mall," and Episode 265- "Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama."

Hey, give us a call and leave us a voicemail! You can call 412-407-7025 and let us hear your sweet sweet voices.

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Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance where you can hear us discuss an action movie each month. There are 30 whole episodes there for you!

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Direct download: Episode_412_-_Motel_Hell_1980.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're tackling one of the biggest horror movies of last year-- it's Jordan Peele's "Nope." Special topics for your consideration include: the first in a movie rock block of siblings running farms together, a real lack of knowledge around things like television channels, new emcee names, the worst day of your life, and of course, horses. Fuckin horses. 

We've covered all three of the recent Jordan Peele movies- Episode 124- "Get Out" and Episode 226- "Us."

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Direct download: Episode_411-_Nope_2022.mp3
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In this week's episode, we've got the much-anticipated annual romcom episode with the Lindsay Lohan/Chord Overstreet holiday vehicle "Falling for Christmas." Fantastic. Special topics for your consideration include: rich ski people, the utter delight that is Lindsay Lohan, the utterly unbelievable name that is CHord Overstreet, the concept of a 'flapjack daddy,' a few *small teeny tiny* plot holes in this otherwise-perfectly conceived and masterfully written film, and another much-anticipated event: another voicemail from Claudia.

Wanna hear our other romcom episodes? They are Episode 209- "Love Actually," Episode 261- "You've Got Mail," and Episode 361- "Miss Congeniality," but we also once went absolutely insane while in lockdown and spent the better part of three hours over two episodes discussing "Titanic." Those were Bonus Episodes #3 & 4 in April and May of 2020. What a time to have been alive.

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Direct download: Episode_410_-_Falling_For_Christmas_2022.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Look EMTs, the holidays can be tough and we can get tired, plus there are holiday Oreos, and you know how it goes. Frankly we needed a week off and, in the spirit of comfort & joy, we're leaving you with one of our all-time favorite episodes, "Over the Top." Stick around til the end to find out who won an arm wrestling match between us back in 2017.

We'll catch you all with renewed vigor next week for our fourth annual* New Year's romcom, "Falling for Christmas." 

*it should have been our fifth, but one year we must really have had the holiday blues because we dropped the idea altogether and did "The Fate of the Furious." Geniuses.

Thanks for sticking with us, and be kind to each other and yourselves. 

Direct download: Re-release-_Over_the_Top_1987.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're giving our Discord channel (seriously, join us over there! https://discord.com/invite/DutFjx3cBD) what they wanted, and they wanted the 2017 Scottish zombie musical "Anna and the Apocalypse." Special topics for your consideration include: a lot of British television talk, Santa Claus: hot or not?, taking the time to talk about your feelings during an actual apocalypse, offensive things that we said about Blink 182 and also Jesus but we left them in the episode just for you, and what life would be like if the people around you just sometimes broke out into song? Yikes.

Into horror movies with some musical numbers? We've done two others: Episode 13- "The Phantom of the Paradise and Episode 389- "Repo! The Genetic Opera." And, not a musical, but please watch "The Alien Factor" (Episode 183) if only for the finest musical performance we've ever seen in a horror movie with the Baltimore-based band Atlantis playing a real banger, "Maybe Someday."

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Direct download: Episode_409_-_Anna_and_the_Apocalypse_2017.mp3
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As 2022 winds to a close, we find ourselves returning to its well yet again with this week's movie, "Deadstream." Special topics for your consideration include: our limited knowledge of physics, the state of Utah, Mormonism, and actually lots of other things, feelings about poetry, brand new exclamations, Sam Elliott's sidepipe, and the fear that arises from seeing yourself in absolutely awful characters. 

Let's do a 2022 rundown (even though we still have a Lohan Christmas movie from this year to get to!) We've kicked off with Episode 370- "Texas Chainsaw Massacre," then Episode 374- "Scream [5?]," Episode 381- "Firestarter," Episode 394- "The Black Phone," Episode 396- "X," Episode 399- "Orphan: First Kill," Episode 402- "Hellraiser," Episode 403- "Barbarian," and Episode 407- "Smile." It was a really fun year for horror and also, knowing about new things makes us feel young(ish) again. 

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Direct download: Episode_408_-_Deadstream_2022.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're covering yet another highly-touted horror film of 2022-- "Smile." Special topics for your consideration include: the pros and cons of having resting contented face, various kinds of porn including trauma and also food, being tender yet masculine, backing yourself into a corner plot-wise, and weaving too many other movies into your movie.

To hear us talk about some of the other films we mention in this episode, you can check out Episode 26- "It Follows," Episode 98- "The Ring," Episode 224- "Hereditary," and just for fun, Episodes 99 and 382, "Final Destination" and "Final Destination 3" respectively (because of course we have not yet covered the second one, why would we do that?)

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Direct download: Episode_407_-_Smile_2022.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're talking about a terrifying and suspenseful look at the coming of the Antichrist. Just kidding, we're talking about "Damien: The Omen 2" from 1978. This movie is almost entirely about muddling through the doldrums of middle management. Other topics for your consideration include: rich people parties, actors we like from other things, Napoleon, fighting a crow, and bad corporate practices. 

Did you like "The Omen"? So did we! It's Episode 77. Do you like Sylvia Sidney? She's Juno, the caseworker in Episode 225- "Beetlejuice." Big Lance Henriksen fan? PUMPKINHEAD, baby! It's Episode 57.

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Direct download: Episode_406_-_Damien_The_Omen_2.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're concluding our pro wrestling rock block with the (barely) Mick Foley vehicle "12 Hour Shift." Special topics for your consideration include: playing a new WWA game that was created mostly for the use of its name, fancy shoes of the late 90s, a very serious question for morphine drinkers, David Arquette's crime compulsion, the best and most blasphemous places to eat your snack, and a very exciting announcement about our internet presence (www.werewolfambulance.com)!

Pro wrestling is cool. Check out Episode 80- "Predator" (Jesse Ventura), Episode 301- "Halloween" (Skywalker Nitron aka Tyler Mane in the Rob Zombie reimagining), Episode 311- "Girl on the Third Floor" (CM Punk), and Episode 404- "They Live" (Rowdy Roddy Piper).

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Direct download: Episode_405_-_12_Hour_Shift_2020.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, it's a listener pick! We're covering the 1988 'peak John Carpenter' film "They Live." Special topics for your consideration include: how far two fantastic leads can carry a film, the natural conclusion of the Reagan era, rull toothy faces, big ideas that leave some...unanswered questions, and our attempt to determine which actor has appeared in the most WWA movies without actually looking it up or doing any research or anything useful like that.

Interested in other 'peak JC'? Allen would have you believe that also includes Episode 79- "Prince of Darkness." You can also hear us discuss JC's other non-"Halloween" films in Episode 112- "Christine," Episode 129- "The Fog," Episode 142- "In the Mouth of Madness," and Episode 272- "Village of the Damned." We've also covered two of his action movies on our Patreon with "Big Trouble in Little China" and "Escape from New York" and I promise, you will not regret giving us your money with those ones.

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Direct download: Episode_404_-_They_Live_1988.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're discussing the movie that everyone is talking about-- or at least, everyone was talking about a few weeks ago? Frankly that is a pretty quick turnaround for old folks like us. Regardless, it's the 2022 film "Barbarian." WE ARE SPOILING THIS MOVIE, ONLY LISTEN TO THE EPISODE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SEEN IT OR NEVER CARE TO SEE IT! Special topics for your consideration include: the delicate balance of creepy/hot, a not-very-flattering image of a region, weird house dreams, the vibe of Justin Long, the evergreen horror trope of useless cops, and the level to which we have desensitized ourselves to disturbing imagery. Whoops.

You can get more Justin Long (if that was a thing you ever wanted) in Episode 181- "Tusk." You can get more Bill Skarsgård in the "It" series, Episodes 351 & 352. We've not seen Georgina Campbell in anything else, but here's to hoping we do!

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Direct download: Episode_403_-_Barbarian_2022.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

HAPPY HALLOWEEN, EMTS!! We're so happy to be able to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with you all again. And by popular demand, this week we're discussing the 2022 reimagining of "Hellraiser." Special topics for your consideration include: a sad lack of sex with jeans on (RIP Uncle Frank), a twist that everyone saw coming, a need for more griminess, concern for safety in a thunderstorm, and obvs lots and lots of genital talk.

We've devoted many hours of our lives to the "Hellraiser" franchise-- you can hear us discuss the original (Episode 51), "Hellraiser II: Hellbound" (Episode 205), and "Hellraiser: Bloodline" (Episode 262).

EMTs, I am so incredibly excited for "Single White Female: the Musical" here in Pittsburgh at Bottlerocket on November 10th! If you're local, you do not want to miss this. Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/single-white-female-the-musical-tickets-428631647797?aff=ebdsoporgprofile

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Direct download: Episode_402_-_Hellraiser_2022.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're getting into the holiday spirit with the return of Michael Myers-- it's the 1988 entry into the Halloween franchise, "Halloween 4." Special topics for your consideration include: diminishing returns on the Michael Myers well, being perhaps overly honest with a child, wishing death upon your annoying colleague and having no one bat an eye, a thesis on the acting of Donald Pleasance, and prerequisites for the position of sheriff here in Haddonfield.

We've covered a wide breadth of "Halloween" movies, most of them kinda bad:  "Halloween III: Season of the Witch" (Episode 52), "Halloween H20" (Episode 201), "Halloween: Resurrection" (Episode 202), "Halloween" (the Rob Zombie reimagining, Episode 304), and "Halloween Kills" (Episode 353). 

EMTs, I am so incredibly excited for "Single White Female: the Musical" here in Pittsburgh at Bottlerocket on November 10th! If you're local, you do not want to miss this. Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/single-white-female-the-musical-tickets-428631647797?aff=ebdsoporgprofile

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Direct download: Episode_401_-_Halloween_4_1988.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

EMTs, this is Episode 400. FOUR. HUNDRED. What kind of fun, special things can you expect in this episode as part of the celebration? Easy- NONE. We forgot. We completely forgot this milestone until we were done recording. Serious professionals here. Anyway, we hope you stick around for another 400 because we love you very much. Special topics for your consideration include: a film replete with things we would never ever do or even consider doing, a brief tour of Noah's Ark, characters who need not be named, and the sudden realization that some beers have higher alcohol content than others. 

Like horror movies about haunted houses? You'll LOVE the "Hell House LLC" trilogy, Episodes 254, 256, and 258). And because we also love those movies, we'll be doing a "Hell House LLC" watchalong on Discord on Friday, October 21 at 9pm EST. We'll blast the info all over the internet and we hope you can make it! COGNETTI!

In other fun event news, I am so incredibly excited for "Single White Female: the Musical" here in Pittsburgh at Bottlerocket on November 10th! If you're local, you do not want to miss this. Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/single-white-female-the-musical-tickets-428631647797?aff=ebdsoporgprofile

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Direct download: Episode_400_-_Haunt_2019.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode here in the heart of spooky season, we're discussing the brand new prequel to a film we reviewed just a few weeks ago: it's the 2022 film "Orphan: First Kill" and hoo boy, were we flummoxed! Special topics for your consideration include: a surprising celebrity sibling, being super ready to hate a movie knowing absolutely nothing about it, an in-depth analysis of fencing by two people who, again, know absolutely nothing about it, and a phone call from a kind listener who sheds more light on the real orphan story that has unfolded over the last few weeks, so please stick around to hear that. 

Did you miss our conversation about "Orphan" recently? It was Episode 395. I know Julia Stiles has been in a handful of horror movies but we haven't done any others. She did star in a remake of "The Omen" and we covered the original, so maybe go listen to that? It's Episode 77 and I know it's a stretch, sorry.

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Direct download: Episode_399_-_Orphan-_First_Kill_2022.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

It's the most wonderful time of the year! In this week's episode, we're kicking off SPOOKY SEASON with something we haven't seen in awhile-- a good old-fashioned creepy ghost story with the 1980 film "The Changeling." Special topics for your consideration include: accepting our own mortality (or at least looking better than George C. Scott, bless his heart), making piano-man money, the kinds of things that only happen to you when your friends are rich, CLAIRE NORMAN!!, and some real deep rhythmic pounding. Oh yeah.

We have not covered nearly as many ghost stories as we should have, and many of the ones we have discussed are bad! Here are some of the worst: Episode 14- "Ghost Ship," Episode 69- "Thirteen Ghosts," Episode 203- "Grave Encounters," Episode 213- "Poltergeist II: The Other Side," and Episode 311- "Girl on the Third Floor."

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Direct download: Episode_398_-_The_Changeling_1980.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're (foolishly) returning to a film franchise in which we (wisely) covered one film and then turned and ran: it's the 2005 sequel "Saw II." Guh. Special topics for your consideration include: elaborately-timed plans of absolute stupidity, utterly confusing motivations, wearing your dad's suit to work, two very divergent meanings of the phrase "Jesus show girl," and the possibility that these films are not just torture porn but in fact torture for the viewer.

No Cary Elwes in this one, but you can catch him in "Saw," Episode 81. And, screw it, he's also in Episode 76- "????" which is actually just "Days of Thunder," a fantastic film. I wish Cary Elwes had been in this piece of shit. 

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Direct download: Episode_397_-_Saw_II_2005.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're talking about the "Texas Chainsaw Massacre"/pornography crossover of the century: the 2022 film "X." Special topics for your consideration include: an abundance of bodily fluids, old age makeup and its effect on a film's creepiness quotient, being a secret Ti West stan, a real accent bonanza, and a very specific request for one very specific dick pic (please please do not send us your dick).

We reviewed Ti West's film "House of the Devil" in Episode 172, and he performed in the film "You're Next," Episode 40. Mia Goth was in the new "Suspiria" in Episode 232, and Jenna Ortega has graced our screens in both "The Babysitter: Killer Queen" (Episode 358) and "Scream 5" (Episode 374). She was also apparently in "Insidious 2," a film I genuinely cannot believe we haven't covered but maybe some other sweet day.

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Direct download: Episode_396__-_X_2022.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're continuing our not-so-great parents rock block (I assure you, this was an accident and will not continue) with the 2009 film "The Orphan." Special topics for your consideration include: sad lady tropes, confusing adoption procedures (and attitudes, sheesh!), having your plot hinge on a child overhearing literally every conversation, generalized bad parenting, and a twist that would make our boy M. Night cringe. 

Enjoy watching children behave badly? You may like Episode 59- "Children of the Corn," Episode 77- "The Omen," Episode 177- "The Brood," Episode 216- "The Devil Within Her," Episode 272- "Village of the Damned" and for everyone's sake, Episodes 376 & 378- "It's Alive!" and "It's Alive 3: Island of the Alive" respectively. 

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Direct download: Episode_395_-_The_Orphan_2009.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're discussing the brand new Ethan Hawke horror movie "The Black Phone." Special topics for your consideration include: an accidental early reveal of next week's topic, the iconic nature of the "Dazed & Confused" soundtrack and why you may want to consider other songs from the 1970s for your movie, a Call of Cthulhu idea roll, extreme hatred of a certain M. Night Shyamalan work, and our usual outdoor visitors. 

Are you looking for some discussions of more movies from this year? You may enjoy Episode 370- "Texas Chainsaw Massacre," Episode 374- "Scream [5?]" and Episode 381- "Firestarter."

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Direct download: Episode_394_-_The_Black_Phone.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're wrapping up college month with the 1990 semi-collegiate, semi-horror film "Flatliners." Yowza. Special topics for your consideration include: a trip around the Baldwin family tree, the not-so-ethnic Kevin Bacon, Julia Roberts' hair (of course), a look into Pirates' baseball history, and possibly the greatest version of "in a world of <X>, be a <Y>" that we've ever come up with.

Want more Kiefer Sutherland? You'll need Episode 136- "The Lost Boys." Want to see his dad's butt? That'd be Episode 47- "Don't Look Now" and I'm sorry but I can't pass up a chance to recommend looking at Donald Sutherland's butt. Looking more for some Kevin Bacon? Check out Episode 184- "Tremors" and perhaps more importantly, in one of the finest death scenes of all time, Episode 141- "Friday the 13th." Fantastic work by your neighbor and mine but mostly mine, Tom Savini.

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Direct download: Episode_393_-_Flatliners_1990.mp3
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It's the second half of College Month-- call it Spring Break, bay-bee! This week we're discussing the sequel to a film that we both really loved with the 2019 movie "Happy Death Day 2U." Special topics for your consideration include: college dudes called Kyle, a lot of confusion about loops, things that ruin emotional moments for some viewers, logical decision-making, serial killers (?), science (??), and multiverses (???!)

We discussed the original "Happy Death Day" in Episode 293-- hey look, a franchise we managed to cover in order! Even if there will only ever be two films, we're still gonna pat ourselves on the back about it!

HEY, we're running a contest in August! Leave us a review on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen, send us the screenshot, and we'll enter you into a drawing to pick a movie for us to cover!

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Direct download: Episode_392_-_Happy_Death_Day_2_U.mp3
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In this week's episode, our second of College Month, we're discussing the final entry into the "Scream" franchise that we've yet to review: "Scream 2." Special topics for your consideration include: an absolute cavalcade of 1997 stars, inexplicable movie theatre behavior, 1997 hair, phone hacks, a serious of extremely 90s conceits and just some nice times hanging with old movie friends.

Scream, baby! We've got the original in Episode 44, "Scre4m" in Episode 228, "Scr3am" in Episode 278, and "Scream 5[?]" in Episode 374. Genuinely I'm sort of sad to bring this franchise to a close (lol jk they're definitely doing another one, right?)

HEY, we're running a contest in August! Leave us a review on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen, send us the screenshot, and we'll enter you into a drawing to pick a movie for us to cover!

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Direct download: Episode_391_-_Scream_2_1997.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Hey EMTs, it's about time we did a theme month! This August, it's back-to-school time with a series of four horror movies set at colleges. We're kicking it off this week with the 1982 slasher "The House on Sorority Row." Special topics for your consideration include: a lot of NSFW slang terms, being the dumb one in your group of friends, chicken bone disposal, underwear technology, impractical fashion, the worst blind date and MR. COOL SHOES.

If you liked this movie, you'll love the original "Black Christmas" in Episode 113 and to a lesser degree, the remake of "Black Christmas" in Episode 312.

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Direct download: Episode_390_-_The_House_on_Sorority_Row_1982.mp3
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You guys. YOU GUYS. How do you sleep at night, knowing that you've suggested films that bring us such pain? This week it's the 2008 dystopian goth musical "Repo! The Genetic Opera." Special topics for your consideration include: a mutual disdain for talk-singing, genetics: how do they work?, kernels of ideas that have gone to seed, whatever debt Paul Sorvino (RIP) had that got him to be in this film, a reconsideration of Paris Hilton, and some real honest-to-goodness angst from us.

I guess we just love Paris Hilton, I dunno. Catch her in Episode 118- "House of Wax" and Episode 321- "Nine Lives." I genuinely hope she does another horror movie soon.

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Direct download: Episode_389_-_Repo_The_Genetic_Opera_2008.output.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Hi EMTs,

I (Katie) and my family all have covid, so no new episode this week. Instead, we're re-releasing one of our favorites from the archives: the 1997 horror/action film "Anaconda." If I recall correctly, this episode was recorded during my height of new-baby madness so that's always a great time. We'll see you back here next week for the Paris Hilton rock opera (whatever that thing is called).

In the meantime, give us a call and leave us a voicemail! You can call 412-407-7025 and let us hear your sweet sweet voices.

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Direct download: ReRelease_Episode_152__Anaconda_1997.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're back to the joyful, horrifying, repulsive, hilarious fountain of weirdness that is a Fulci film-- it's the 1981 movie "The House by the Cemetery." Man oh man. Special topics for your consideration include: sweet sweet Bob and his grown ass adult voice, utterly phenomenal accents, absurd red herrings, squirrelly men, blood balloons, baffling plot holes, necessary larvae, and of course, CLOSE ENOUGH LUCIO.

Get yourself some Fulci. We've got Episode 72- "The Beyond," Episode 227- "Zombi 2" and Episode 281- "City of the Living Dead."

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Direct download: Episode_388_-_The_House_by_the_Cemetery_1981.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Hi EMTs, we're both on vacation this week so you get what you get and you like it!

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Direct download: Episode_387_-_Wrong_Turn_2003.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

So many of you have suggested that "Dark Night of the Scarecrow" might be the scarecrow movie that Katie enjoyed years ago while immediately forgetting the title. Well, is it? You'll have to listen to find out! Special topics for your consideration include: an utter lack of knowledge about farm equipment, only having one outfit and wearing it for everything, absolutely amazingly-named characters, some fun with math, the insignificance of the passage of time when you're plotting out a movie, and some thoughts on folks who purchase a particular type of tshirt. 

This is the third scarecrow-themed film we've covered in hopes of finding the one: the others are Episode 237- "Scarecrow" (this is a SyFy channel original film and hoo boy that was a mistake) and Episode 334- "Husk." 

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Direct download: Episode_386_-_Dark_Night_of_the_Scarecrow_1981.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're trying hard not to drop things and avoiding our yelling-around neighbors because as the newspapers say, "IT'S SOUND!" We're discussing the 2018 film "A Quiet Place." Special topics for your consideration include: weird Instagram personas, letting Jim from The Office put his hand over your mouth, questionable parenting, post-apocalyptic horniness, a new way to get in touch with your favorite podcast buds and some good news out of Savini Watchland.

LOL remember "Bird Box"? It's Episode 211. 

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Direct download: Episode_385_-_A_Quiet_Place_2018.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we found ourselves having one of the most deeply divided reactions to a film in a very long time. The film in question is the second entry of a franchise in which, shockingly, we have also covered the first and NONE of the subsequent movies out of order: it's 2014's "The Purge: Anarchy." Special topics for your consideration include: the concept of a libertarian fantasy world, the lack of more stupid crimes, terrible code names, QB!, income taxes, trying to make a dumb idea sound smart, and the official treat of summer! 

We covered the first "Purge" film back in Episode 109. If you're into home invasion films, maybe you'd also like  Episode 40- "You're Next," Episode 86- "Hush," Episode 243- "The Strangers," or Episode 315- "Knock Knock." 

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Direct download: Episode_384_-_The_Purge-Anarchy_2014.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, it's an EMT pick! Thank you so much to listener Derek who won the contest in our "Firestarter" episode and chose a real doozy of a film-- the 1988 Satanic cult movie "Hack-O-Lantern." Believe me when I say that this movie has it all: heavy metal, boobs, Satanism, a bathroom with carpet in it which is inherently also very evil, horny adult teens, weird stuff at the rec center, boobs, terrible fake guitar playing in the world's saddest jerkoff fantasy, Levi's cords, creepy grandpas, Coors Light, inept police work, barn-based occult rituals, did we mention boobs? There are a ton of them.

Halloween is THE BEST. You may enjoy Episode 52- Halloween III: Season of the Witch," Episode 68- "Trick r Treat," Episode 105- "Murder Party," Episode 192- "Night of the Demons," Episode 197- "Terrifier," Episode 200- "Trick or Treat," Episode 366- "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" and really so many more. It's the most wonderful time of the year.

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Direct download: Episode_383_-_Hack-O-Lantern_1988.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we couldn't bring ourselves to watch the old "Firestarter" after the new one was so butt, so we decided to watch...well, something else that's a little bit butt. And a little bit not butt! It's the third entry into the "Final Destination" franchise and if you're wondering if we've covered the second one, the answer is no, of course not. Special topics for your consideration include: the return of elderly teenagers, tanning technology that is absolutely baffling, various facts about various presidents, conspiracy theories, and the fact that death has gotta learn to work smarter, not harder. C'mon fuckin guy.

Want more of the "Final Destination" franchise? We covered the original in Episode 99. More Mary Elizabeth Winstead? Catch her in Episode 303- "Deathproof." Also this movie felt very much like it should have starred Seth Green and it decidedly did not, so go revisit his horror oeuvre in Episode 61- "Krampus," Episode 97- "IT" (the miniseries), and Episode 316- "Idle Hands" and then treat yourself to his finest role in Episode 269- "Can't Hardly Wait."

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_382_-_Final_Destination_3_2006.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're tackling an in-theaters-now/on-Peacock-now film, the 2022 remake "Firestarter." Yeahhh. Special topics for your consideration include: getting to the bottom of whose fault this is, weed as a personality and also abs as a personality, bad parenting, bad policing, Zap Efron, and our new movie pitch for a film that is destined to fail, even though it stars Rock "The Dwayne" Johnson.

Want more Steven King spooky kids? Obviously you need to be listening to Episode 206- "Carrie." Want more of John Beasley? It's a stretch, I know, but he's the only person in this film who has been in anything else we've done. Apparently he is in Episode 109- "The Purge." Want more Zac Efron? Us either. 

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_381_-_Firestarter_2022.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're joined by special guest Eli Bosnick of many podcasts but most relevantly "God Awful Movies" to discuss the 2017 found footage Christian horror film "The Lock In." HOO BOY. Special topics for your consideration include: an honest and heartfelt look at the effects of pornography on our culture and-- no, who am I kidding? This is definitely one of our most NSFW episodes in a long time. Come for the BCA (you'll find out...) and stick around until the end to hear a way in which you can win fabulous prizes!

Turns out the Christian right doesn't have a lot of horror chops. You might enjoy some religiously-themed horror movies that are much, much better: Episode 45- "Rosemary's Baby," Episode 73- "The Witch," Episode 77- "The Omen," Episode 155- "The Exorcist, "Episode 206- "Carrie," Episode 270- "Midsommar" or Episode 327- "The Vigil."

Find Eli on "God Awful Movies," "The Scathing Atheist," "The Skepticrat," "D&D Minus," and "Citation Needed," available wherever you listen to us! 

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Direct download: Episode_380_-_The_Lock_In_2017.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're just rolling around in some of our favorite actors to watch: you've got Karen Black, Oliver Reed, Bette Davis, and Burgess Meredith (kinda) in the 1976 creepy film "Burnt Offerings." Special topics for your consideration include: a special message for new listeners, things you can get away with when you're Oliver Reed, hairstyles as a plot device, striving to be like Bette Davis, and a real lack of concern for children's safety in the 70s.

Two of our favorite weird movies that we've covered over the years feature some of these actors. You may enjoy Episode 123- "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" and Episode 177- "The Brood." 

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Direct download: Episode_379_-_Burnt_Offerings_1976.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In one of the ultimate mood swings from last week's silly fever dream of a movie, this week we're discussing the 2019 psychological horror film "The Lighthouse." Special topics for your consideration include: a lovely production of "Treasure Island," limits to manual labor abilities, a perpetual fear of isolated places, a little chat about art, a little chat about farts, a sprinkling of Greek mythology and of course, dick jokes.

Want more Robert Pattinson? You could listen to our own descents into madness with the "Twilight" series (and we only covered two of them!) The original is Episode 355; "Breaking Dawn Pt. 1" was Episode 359. And please don't even ask when we're doing Part 2 because I am genuinely still not okay from the first half.

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_378_-_The_Lighthouse_2019.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In true Werewolf Ambulance fashion, we're skipping the sequel entirely and hurtling towards the conclusion of the "It's Alive" franchise with the third film, "Island of the Alive." Special topics for your consideration include: subpar movie punks, parenting choices one ought not to make, beefcake cops, whatever movie Michael Moriarty thinks he is in, a boat filled with bodies crashing into a marina and the kindness of the Cuban people.

We covered "It's Alive" last week in Episode 376. You may also like the Larry Cohen film "The Stuff," featured in Episode 180. Apparently he also made a movie called "God Made Me Do It" about a half-man/half-alien cult leader so I guess I know what I'm watching tonight!

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_377_-_Its_Alive_III_1987.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

KILLER BABIES! All killer baby movies are, on some level, pretty batshit. This one takes the cake. We're discussing the 1974 film "It's Alive!" and it is a wild ride. Special topics for your consideration include: a film written from the perspective of absolutely no one, cops who can't hit a baby in a bush, the utter distastefulness of the 70s decor color palette, deadbeat uncles, poker-playing dads-to-be, and the sound of a grown man vomiting.

Do you like murderous tots? Perhaps you'd enjoy Episode 77- "The Omen," Episode 177- "The Brood," and Episode 216- "The Devil Within Her."

Are you a wrestling fan? Are you not a wrestling fan but interested in dipping your toe in the water? Either way, you need to check out the "Renegade" show put on by our friends at Enjoy Wrestling (www.enjoy-wrestling.com.) You can watch weekly episodes on their YouTube channel (in the linktree above) starting May 5 and we think you're going to love it. 

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_376_-_Its_Alive_1974.mp3
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In this week's surprise movie switcheroo, we decided to discuss the 1986 Clive Barker creature film "Rawhead Rex" and WOW is this a movie. Special topics for your consideration include: possibly unintentionally paying homage to another film, the deep-seated fear of not actually being funny, hating your spouse but also jamming your tongue into their mouth whenever possible, terrible parenting, terrible creature design, terrible rocks and terrible baptisms.

We've spent quite a bit of time with ol' Clive. You might enjoy our episodes on other films that he worked on, like  Episode 34- "Candyman," Episode 51- "Hellraiser," Episode 150- "Midnight Meat Train," Episode 205- "Hellbound: Hellraiser II," Episode 262- "Hellraiser: Hellbound," and Episode 320- "Nightbreed."  

Are you a wrestling fan? Are you not a wrestling fan but interested in dipping your toe in the water? Either way, you need to check out the "Renegade" show put on by our friends at Enjoy Wrestling (www.enjoy-wrestling.com.) You can watch weekly episodes on their YouTube channel (in the linktree above) BEGINNING THIS WEEK! New episodes will be released between April 21 and May 5 and we think you're going to love it. 

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_375_-_Rawhead_Rex_1986.mp3
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First of all, apologies because I genuinely can't figure out if the number 5 is included in the film's title. Also, "5cream" or nothing, c'mon guys. Anyway! That's the movie we're talking about, and special topics for your consideration include: having actual feelings about celeb's marriages, a lil bit of Hollywood nepotism, drawing a strong parallel between this film and the other fine film "No Holds Barred," very strong opinions on pizza, and just a modest proposal to all those who make horror movies. 

We've now watched nearly every film in this franchise, and we actually watched the first one first! The original is Episode 44, then we've got "Scre4m" in Episode 228 and "Scr3am" in Episode 278. And just for fun, please enjoy our other works of David Arquette: Episode 93- "Ravenous" and Episode 241- "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."

Do you want to see a truly exceptional indie wrestling event? Last night was the "Renegade" show put on by our friends at Enjoy Wrestling (www.enjoy-wrestling.com.) I personally missed it live and am sad because it looked like a killer time, but am absolutely going to watch it weekly on the their YouTube channel (in the linktree above) between April 21 and May 5. It's the next best thing! 

Find us online:
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Intro song is by Alex Van Luvie
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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_374_-_Scream_5_2022.mp3
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It's an EMT pick this week, EMTs! We're discussing the 1989 grocery store-based horror film "Intruder." Special topics for your consideration include: an exciting Estevez development, sick reggaeton beats, our hopes for the geopolitical future of North America (c'mon Canada, we're waiting for you!), being the surprising nephew of a famous writer, and the lamentable position of being just smart enough to not be stupid-- it's rough.

Want more from the Raimi brothers? Check out Episode 70- "30 Days of Night," Episode 150- "Midnight Meat Train," Episode 229- "Army of Darkness," and Episode 280- "The Evil Dead." I was also absolutely sure that we'd covered "Maniac Cop" at some point but the internet tells me I'm wrong so...maybe some other sweet day!

HEY. If you like wrestling, or just like stuff that's cool, check out our friends at www.enjoy-wrestling.com. They are doing something really special with their promotion and we are proud to sponsor a portion of their show "Renegade" on April 9th. If you're local, there are still tickets available on their linktree above! If you're not, you can (and you really should) watch new episodes weekly on their YouTube channel between April 21 and May 5. 

Find us online:
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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_373_-_Intruder_1989.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing fake Satan, fake metal and fake 20-somethings in the 2019 horror film "We Summon the Darkness." Special topics for your consideration include: the joy of watching people have fun, quality crazy faces, disappointing M. Night Shyamalan, sartorial inaccuracies of every g.d. movie about the Satanic Panic, more hard-to-pronounce words, the long-lasting effects of that one Dee Snider movie and the fact that we kept calling this "the Johnny Knoxville horror movie" even though he's in like, three scenes and is pretty questionable in each.

Like movies about Satan? Good, that's a lot of horror! Maybe you'd just enjoy some movies we referenced in this episode: Episode 127- "The House of the Devil," Episode 176- "Strangeland," Episode 315-"Knock Knock" and Episode 343- "Black Roses." 

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_372_-_We_Summon_the_Darkness_2019.mp3
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Hi EMTs! Allen is dealing with some family stuff this week so we're releasing one of our Patreon-only action movie episodes, the 1989 sports entertainment delight of a shitshow "No Holds Barred." It's hardly an action movie but truly, who cares? We hope you like it.  If you'd like to hear more like this, please consider supporting us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance

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Direct download: Episode_5_-_No_Holds_Barred_1989.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing a movie about an eccentric family and using podcasting as free therapy for ourselves with the 2019 film "Ready or Not." Special topics for your consideration include: how cool smoking makes you look if you're beautiful (I'm sorry, but it DOES), feeling rational hatred, the absolute joy that is Mrs. McMurray (Melanie Scrofano), some British crime drama recommendations or perhaps anti-recommendations, and a tiki bar that warps your memory.

Want more Samara Weaving? Check out Episodes 154 and 358, "The Babysitter" and "The Babysitter: Killer Queen" respectively. More Adam Brody? He's in Episode 107- "Jennifer's Body," Episode 228- "Scream 4," and Episode 98- "The Ring," in which he is credited as "Male Teen." Also, he works all the time, I'm an idiot.

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Direct download: Episode_371_-_Ready_or_Not_2019.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing the brand new Netflix film "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" which is...interesting. Also, we open this episode by having a lil snack so if the sound of people eating bothers you, please be prepared to skip ahead. Okay, onto the special topics for your consideration! They are: more plot holes than Leatherface's mask, a veritable smorgasbord of musical jokes, Stockard Channing cosplay, financial irregularities, and finally solving the riddle of "how many horror movies must one see in order to make one's own horror movie?"

We'll probably never cover the original because it's too excellent, but you can hear some episodes from the rest of the franchise: Episode 58- "Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2" and Episode 145- "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (colloquially known as "the Jessica Biel one.")

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Direct download: Episode_370_-_Texas_Chainsaw_Massacre_2022.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're just completely rolling around in the weirdness of Dario Argento's 1985 insect-and-baby-Jennifer-Connelly-filled film "Phenomena" and frankly, WOW. Special topics for your consideration include: a rousing game of Argento bingo, a little bit of bug math, runner up patron saint of the podcast Donald Pleasence, the worst possible intro to a Penthouse letter and a box of smallish Swiss flags. 

Oh, Dario. You can hear a lot of talk about him in Episode 23- "Suspiria," Episode 84- "Demons," Episode 185- "Deep Red," Episode 306- "Tenebrae," and Episode 325- The Bird with the Crystal Plumage."

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Direct download: Episode_368_-_Phenomena_1985.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing the 1995 horror anthology by one of our own, a good Pittsburgh guy, Rusty Cundieff-- it's "Tales from the Hood." Special topics for your consideration include: having believed that a distressing film was actually going to be a comedy before you saw it AGAIN, acceptable euphemisms for urination, poorly planned interventions by educators, anatomy that deserves its own billing, the new "Jackass film" and our sieve-like memories, and of course, the SHIT. 

Are you a fan of horror anthologies? You can't go wrong with
Episode 21- "Creepshow," Episode 68- "Trick r Treat," Episode 102- "Holidays," Episode 132- "Tales from the Darkside," Episode 178- "The Twilight Zone," and Episode 249- "Creepshow 2." And just for fun, do you like it when Katie expects a comedy and is devastated by dramatic events? You may enjoy Episode 266- "The Loved Ones." 

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_368_-_Tales_from_the_Hood_1995.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're tackling a found footage film from the heyday of found footage films, 2010's "The Last Exorcism." Special topics for your consideration include: confusion about organized religion, the bayou, auctioneers, home schooling, secular vs nonsecular music, medical abilities and more!, solving a movie with a couple of phone calls and the demon that launched a thousand parody songs.

Into movies about exorcisms? You can listen to us discuss the greatest in Episode 155- "The Exorcist." You can hear us talk about some others that are not the greatest in Episode 63- "The Taking of Deborah Logan," Episode 90- "Amityville II: The Possession," Episode 96- "The Conjuring" and Episode 333- "The Conjuring 2." Actually, scratch that. The best exorcism movie is Episode 225- "Beetlejuice."

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_367__-_The_Last_Exorcism_2010.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're hitting a film about a cultural touchstone for many of us-- the 2019 film "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark." Special topics for your consideration include: being absolutely dried up by the pandemic, kids with cool interests, an aversion to music boxes, Steve Kornacki, holding a ghost accountable for things, great spookery and some confusing messages about Vietnam.

Children's books are weird. You can hear us discuss a movie about one in Episode 11- "The Babadook" and discuss a movie based on one in Episode 82- "Coraline."

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_366_-_Scary_Stories_to_Tell_in_the_Dark_2019.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're venturing into the world of eco-friendly, sustainable, and also anthropomorphic clothing with the 2021 film "Slaxx." Special topics for your consideration include: the OG terribly pretentious clothing store that was (is?) American Apparel, influencers, Team Craig I guess, pants that look like people, famous inventors and a film that is just utterly full of surprises. And hey! This is our 365th episode which is a FULL YEAR of Werewolf Ambulance (not including our maternity break clip shows and our pandemic bonus episodes)! Man, you guys are really getting your free's worth. 

I can only think of one other movie we've covered in which the main bad guy is an inanimate object, dolls and puppets notwithstanding. It's Episode 112- "Christine."

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Direct download: Episode_365_-_Slaxx_2021.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're divided by a movie yet again! We're discussing the 2002 video-game-to-horror-movie adaptation "Resident Evil" over a couple of drinky drinks (we're still recording remotely; the world is dumb). Special topics for your consideration include: a rare non-Savini-based Pittsburgh celebrity tale, the best and worst of action movie subgenres, servers and computer stuff, feelings about Michele Rodriguez, and a sincere request to have some patience with those around you unless those around you are, say, this film.

We have covered shockingly few video game films! In fact, the only one may have been Episode 111- "Silent Hill," though while Googling it I learned about the film "Alone in the Dark" which apparently stars Christian Slater as a paranormal researcher and TARA REID AS AN ARCHAEOLOGIST (a phrase that must be typed in all caps) and now I really want to watch that.

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Direct download: Episode_364_-_Resident_Evil_2002.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're tapping into a familiar well for us-- the work of M. Night Shyamalan with his latest film, 2021's "Old." This was, shockingly, one of the more divisive movies we've ever discussed! Special topics for your consideration include: confusion about science, questionable choices for your child characters, the least worst pharmaceutical company, some utterly incomprehensible line deliveries and a ska-promise (skamise? I don't know) that we are making to you, our EMTs.

Wanna hear us discuss more from ol' M.? DCheck out a very early-but- goodie, Episode 12- "The Happening," Episode 157- "The Sixth Sense," and Episode 169- "The Village."

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Direct download: Episode_363_-_Old_2021.mp3
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After our brief diversion into a holiday break and a romantic comedy, we're back with that good, bad and ugly horror content you love: this week it's the sixth entry in the "Nightmare on Elm Street" franchise, "Wes Craven's New Nightmare." Special topics for your consideration include: Wes Craven tooting his own horn- figuratively and also quite literally, some child actor age shenanigans, the fact that this film is so deeply mean to Heather Langenkamp (an actual real person), the best way to tell kids about both birth and death (the answer involves Criss Angel) and John Saxon, god love him, John Saxon is here!

We've really dug into this franchise. You can hear the original in Episode 4, then we started jumping all over the place. Episode 121 is the fifth film, "Dream Child," Episode 242 is the third film, "Dream Warriors," and Episode 337 is the second film, "Freddy's Revenge." Hey, who cares if it doesn't make sense? Being fun is better than knowing things!

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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.

Direct download: Episode_362_-_Wes_Cravens_New_Nightmare_1994.mp3
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Yinz, it's our annual New Year's romcom episode and honestly we're baffled as to why. We've taken a trip back to the turn of the century and nude shimmer lipstick with the 2000 film "Miss Congeniality" (very much a different film than I remembered). Special topics for your consideration include: high highs and low lows of potential celeb friendships, a roundup of Christmas romcoms (and frankly, holy shit at these things), Satan's panties, perfect pratfalls, incompetence at the federal level, and our record as matchmakers (1-0 and we're probably out after that!)

Last year we bailed on the romcom idea and instead covered "The Fate of the Furious," which was Episode 313 and also, spectacular. Our previous romcoms were Episode 209- "Love Actually" and Episode 261- "You've Got Mail," but we also once went absolutely insane while in lockdown and spent the better part of three hours over two episodes discussing "Titanic." Those were Bonus Episodes #3 & 4 in April and May of 2020. 

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Direct download: Episode_361_-_Miss_Congeniality_2000.mp3
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Hi EMTs! We hope you've had a wonderful or at least a tolerable holiday season thus far. We're enjoying our week off and are confident (or at least Allen is) that you'll enjoy one of his favorite old episodes: Episode 24- "Grabbers." This is a 2012 Irish horror comedy about needing to stay drunk to ward off a bloodsucking creature, so naturally, we got drunk to watch and record. Really drunk. I don't really remember it but Allen thinks it's a goodie, so it must be! We love you all and we'll see you back here next week for our New Year's episode, "Miss Congeniality."

Direct download: Episode_24__Grabbers_2012.mp3
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That sound you hear is sleigh bells jingling, ring-ting-tingling, and some light sobbing. This week's episode is our eighth annual Christmas horror episode and, as is the case for so many films of this genre, hoo BOY is it emotionally brutal. We're talking about the 1980 holiday unclassic "Christmas Evil." To be fair, this movie has everything: labor struggles, confused adolescents, the Hamburger Emperor Band, a terrifying collection of Christmas ephemera, a fake Geraldo Rivera, seasonal familial strife, the horrors of midnight mass, extremely upsetting holiday music, a man inexplicably covering his face and hands in mud and kissing a house! It's got it all that and more! 

Do you like hearing us agonize about the holidays? Here are seven years' worth of episodes for you!
2014: Episode 9- "Silent Night, Deadly Night"
2015: Episode 61- "Krampus"
2016: Episode 113- "Black Christmas" (Bonus: Episode 114- "Gremlins")
2017- Episode 156- "Gingerdead Man"
2018- Episode 208- "Better Watch Out"
2019- Episode 260- "Rare Exports"
2020- Episode 312- "Black Christmas" (2019 remake)

We are wishing you and yours the happiest of holiday seasons and, even if it sucks, remember that we love you and it'll be over soon. That being said, we're taking a break next week and will be releasing a classic episode that we feel could use some extra love like that dumb tree in the Charlie Brown Christmas special. We'll be back the following week with another dumb tradition: the New Years rom-com.

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Direct download: Episode_360_-_Christmas_Evil_1980.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing the last "Twilight" film. No, not the last one ever made but ABSOLUTELY the last one we are ever reviewing. Hallelujah, holy shit, where'e the Tylenol? Special topics for your consideration include: completely rethinking our previous stance on teens, Kenny Fisher, continuing the skaversation with our brand new ska band, a very frank conversation with Stephanie Meyer, TNG-level makeup and the fact that THIS IS NOT EVEN A MOVIE. It isn't. Oh, and this might be our most NSFW episode in awhile. Sorry about that.

We talked about "Twilight" in Episode 355. We made some episodes before that and a few after, I don't know, I can't remember. I feel so empty. Twilight is the final ruiner.

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Direct download: Episode_359_-_Twilight-_Breaking_Dawn_Part_1_2011.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing the sequel to a film we really enjoyed-- it's the 2020 follow-up film "The Babysitter: Killer Queen." Did we enjoy this one as well? You'll have to listen to find out! Special topics for your consideration include: the hip hip music of teens today or perhaps teens 30 years ago, the bad parts of getting older, a reminder not to be a cool dad, an incomplete list of film sequels that surpassed their predecessor, and doing bong rips with Ken Marino. 

If you missed us discussing the original film in this series, it's Episode 154- "The Babysitter." If you'd like to hear us talk about some horror comedy we loved, you could do worse than Episode 236- "House," Episode 293- "Happy Death Day," Episode 322- "Freaky," and one I just remembered that I absolutely adored: Episode 78- "Housebound."

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Direct download: Episode_358_-_Babysitter_Killer_Queen_2020.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're tackling a bit of a head-scratcher: the 2020 film "The Empty Man." Come along with us on this journey-- special topics for your consideration include: peeing in the pool, white people doing international travel, emo teens, Stephen Root, Big Boi, landlines, and a recurring joke that is just a bit empty, man.

We reference the film "Kill List" in this episode quite a bit; you can hear us discuss that all the way back in Episode 19. Also, I just googled "cerebral horror" just to see what movies we've covered, and we'd done nearly all of the top 10. Somehow--somehow! "Cube" was on that list so I'm gonna go ahead and recommend that. It's Episode 166. 

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Direct download: Episode_357_-_The_Empty_Man_2020.mp3
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In this week's episode we're discussing the revenge film that wasn't-- the fourth entry in the "Child's Play" franchise, "Bride of Chucky." Special topics for your consideration include: an undying love of John Ritter, all 90s roads leading back to Jerry Springer, the choices that culminate in owning a waterbed, toxic relationships and the "Twilight" effect looming large in our brains, inept cops, and a surprise visit from a dolphin.

Did you miss our other "Child's Play" episodes? Naturally we covered the sequel first (Episode 28) and the original film second (Episode 231) with the remake coming in appropriately third, in Episode 287. 

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Direct download: Episode_356_-_Bride_of_Chucky_1998.mp3
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Let's do "Twilight!" he said.
It'll be fun! he said.
It's got vampires and werewolves, how bad can it be? he said.
My friends, I am here to tell you that it is bad. It is really, really bad. Special topics for your consideration include: nonstop relationship red flags, daringly naming a character "BEAUTIFUL SWAN" on purpose, the return of a certain fan-favorite bell, Mike Dexter, spring training, ravioli, hunky dads, and becoming a true crime podcast instead. 

Warning: this episode is particularly NSFW. Like even more so than usual.

Frankly I'm not sure that there's a more wretched vampire film than this one, but that might just be because Danzig's new project hasn't been released yet. Regardless, you may also like our episodes about such wretched vampire films as Episode 89- "Queen of the Damned," Episode 153- "The Hunger" (I'm sorry, I hated it), Episode 310- "Among the Shadows" or Episode 317- "Dracula 2000."

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Direct download: Episode_355_-_Twilight_2008.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're taking a break from the new and popular films of peak spooky season and discussing a piece of work that just stinks of our old friend Charles Band- the 1987 film "Dolls." Special topics for your consideration include: questionable parenting choices, the perks of being a manchild, a celebration of a different film that truly never stops amazing us, movie punks, nip slips, child support, tiny knives and an extremely prescient dream.

I know Stuart Gordon directed this film but frankly I like Charles Band better, so let's talk about movies that he's had a hand in: Episode 156- "Gingerdead Man," Episode 164- "Puppet Master," Episode 165- "Puppet Master 2," Episode 171- "Ghoulies," Episode 186- "Tourist Trap," and Episode 199- "Terrorvision." Somehow we have never tackled an "Evil Bong" film so uh...stay tuned for that, I guess??

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Direct download: Episode_354_-_Dolls_1987.mp3
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Happy Halloween hangover day, EMTs! We hope you're still with us and that your stomachache from eating 400 fun-size Milky Ways is gone. In this week's episode, we're discussing the brand new entry into the Halloween franchise, "Halloween Kills." Special topics for your consideration include: two of our patron saints (Jamie Lee Curtis and Judy Greer obviously), when flipping the script goes wrong and who is to blame for it, the lamentation of Josh Hartnett no longer existing in this universe, cop school, vigilante justice, sentimentality, and looking like you financially support NPR.

We have never and probably will never cover the 1978 "Halloween," but we have covered "Halloween III: Season of the Witch" (Episode 52), "Halloween H20" (Episode 201), "Halloween: Resurrection" (Episode 202), and "Halloween" (the Rob Zombie reimagining, Episode 304). 

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Direct download: Episode_353_-_Halloween_Kills_2021.mp3
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It's the exciting conclusion of our rock block, EMTs! We're discussing the second installment of the adventures of Pennywise the Dancing Clown in the 2019 film, "It Chapter Two." Special topics for your consideration include: the potential redemption of James McAvoy (we'll see), CGI bug babies and the feelings they stir up, trying to be friends with Jessica Chastain, a generalized disdain for giant Paul Bunyan, and the return of a classic recurring gag for us. 

Last week (Episode 351) we discussed the first half of this unendingly long film series. In Episode 97 we discussed the miniseries. And just for fun, in Episode 126 we discussed "Cabin in the Woods," which I mention only because it's the spookytimes season and it's still one of my (Katie) favorite spookytimes movies of the last decade. Go watch that movie for your own happiness.

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Direct download: Episode_352_-_It_Chapter_2_2019.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're trying desperately not to pronounce "clown" as "clahn" as we discuss the 2017 film "It." We'll be talking Chapter 2 next week but for now, special topics for your consideration include: 90s rock star fights, well-cast teens even if teens are kinda awful, a masterclass on practical vs. computer-generated effects, trying not to compare anyone to Tim Curry, top tier boy bands, and a reminder to be kinder to the children in our lives.

Did you miss our first pass at "It" when we discussed the 1990 miniseries? It's Episode 97.

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Direct download: Episode_351_-_It_2017.mp3
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*dj air horn* It's our 350th episode! We actually didn't realize until...well, right now. But that's okay, because we think it's a pretty good one. This episode represents our return to the Wan-iverse with James Wan's newest film, "Malignant." Special topics for your consideration include: some more life advice from your friends who know nothing-- including some on both hypnotherapy and falling down, a little bit of DMB talk (please don't come at us DMB fans, it's fine, we're sorry), Five Inch Nails, some real "Paranormal Activity"-level spooky kid stuff, and a slander being righted in the most delightful way (stick around to the end for that one).

The Wan-iverse is vast and we've really disliked most of it. Find out more with Episode 81- "Saw," Episode 96- "The Conjuring," Episode 303- "Insidious" and Episode 333- "The Conjuring 2." I was also 90% sure we'd done "The Nun" but the records beg to differ and they are probably right, so. 

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Direct download: Episode_350_-_Malignant_2021.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're exploring what happens when you take a charming Canadian slasher film and reimagine it as much, much worse: you'll get the 2008 movie "Prom Night" (and you'll deserve it!) Special topics for your consideration include: "that guy from that thing," a message to teens from your pals here at Werewolf Ambulance, a lil trip to Candy Corner, life as a prom DJ and all that is Idris Elba.

We've put in some time with the "Prom Night" series. You can hear it on Episode 162 with the original, and Episode 257 with the sequel, the delightfully-named "Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night 2." 

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Direct download: Episode_349_-_Prom_Night_2008.mp3
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EMTs, what better way to wrap up our 'horrors of the sky' rock block with a movie that does not contain enough movie to fill an entire podcast episode? We're talking about the 2020 film "Shadow in the Cloud." It is what we in the industry call "a doozy." Special topics for your consideration include: a healthy amount of "what's in the booooox?" talk, stolen movie valor, some questions about depictions of feminism, um...Thanksgiving? There really wasn't much to talk about.

Chloe Grace Moretz was in the remake of "Suspiria," and that one really befuddled us too. It's Episode 232.

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Direct download: Episode_348_-_Shadow_in_the_Cloud_2020.mp3
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EMTs, it is good to be back in the attic! This week we've got the 'fasten seatbelts' sign on with the first half of our airplane horror rock block-- we're discussing the new Netflix original film "Blood Red Sky." Special topics for your consideration include: a real missed opportunity when it came to naming this film, more questions about the vampire lifestyle, a debate over whether Germans even wear jeans, having a friend named Eightball, the "Police Academy" film franchise and Bud Lite Lime: GIVE US YOUR MONEY!

Do you want more vampires on a plane? Check out Episode 317- "Dracula 2000." Do you want some vampires in a van? That would be Episode 341- "Near Dark." Vampires in a house? Episode 195- "What We Do in the Shadows." Vampires in a bar? Episode 210- "From Dusk til Dawn" and the list goes on! We've definitely talked about vampires more than any other topic except probably weiners.

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Direct download: Episode_347_-_Blood_Red_Sky_2021.mp3
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Hi EMTs,

Katie here, holding down the fort while Allen takes a bit of much-needed time off. I had suggested to him that I pick a few episodes to re-release that could use a bit more love, so I'm starting off with what is probably my all-time favorite: the 2007 Lindsay Lohan spectacle "I Know Who Killed Me." Guys, this film is the greasy pizza-shaped stain on the sidewalk of cinema and I LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF IT. I loved discussing it with my pal, and I am loving sharing it with you again. It's absolutely, utterly, nonsensically insane in all the best/worst ways. I hope you enjoy it.

Love,
Katie

Direct download: I_Know_Who_Killed_Me_2007.mp3
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We weren't able to record this week, so we're giving you a sneak peek into the Patreon files-- this week's episode is "The Terminator" from 1984. It's kind of a horror movie crossover anyway! This grittier, less blockbuster-y first film in the franchise is pretty dark and we had a great time breaking it down for our Patreon audience. We'll getcha some new episodes on the main feed as soon as we're able. 

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In this week's episode, we are bidding farewell to the "Fear Street" trilogy with the third entry into the series, "1666." Special topics for your consideration include: ye olde horny teens, not faring well in a small town...or an old timey town...or anywhere really, the "Hell House LLC" effect on the third film in a three-part franchise, unforgiving pants, more 90s music, and we're finally taking a stand against our Puritan listenership. 

I am actually really sad to wrap up this series! You can hear our discussions of the first two films with Episodes 342 and 344. And, just because we talk about them all the time, go listen to our "Hell House LLC" episodes (254, 256, and 258).

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Direct download: Episode_346_-_Fear_Street_Part_3_16662021.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're covering the remake of the film we both loved-- the 2011 version of "Fright Night." Special topics for your consideration include: objectification sweatpants, an amazing cast of people that we are basically obsessed with (besides Colin Farrell, sorry I guess), more questions about vampires, a criminal underutilization of Chris Sarandon, and a new Wario revealed.

Did you miss us talking about the original film? It's Episode 22. Do you love Chris Sarandon, who is barely in this film? Of course you do. Check him out in Episode 146- "The Sentinel" and Episode 231- "Child's Play." Do you love Toni Collette? OF COURSE YOU DO! Check her out in Episode 61- "Krampus," Episode 157- "The Sixth Sense," Episode 220- "Velvet Buzzsaw," Episode 224- "Hereditary" and Episode 299- "I'm  Thinking of Ending Things."

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Direct download: Episode_345-_Fright_Night_2011.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're back to the Netflix original "Fear Street" series with the second entry in the series: 1978. A very good year! Special topics for your consideration include: probably incorrect opinions on witches, beets and asparagus talk, looking like a postgrad, glowering teens, bullying teens, surly teens, confusing teens, horny teens, and otherwise generally shitty teens. 

Did you miss our discussion on the first "Fear Street" film? It's Episode 342. Into summer camp horror films? You could do worse than Episode 141- "Friday the 13th" and Episode 182- "Final Girls."

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Direct download: Episode_344_-_Fear_Street_1978_2021.mp3
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This week, in a shocking twist, we discover that there is a heavy metal horror movie from the year of our lord 1988 that ALLEN HAS NOT SEEN. How can this be? Regardless, we're remedying the situation by watching and discussing "Black Roses," available on Shudder. Special topics for your consideration include: shitty 80s moms and dads, really pushing the limits of how old an actor can be and still play a teen, kicking off a worldwide tour with four nights at the Mill Basin High School auditorium, a question not of whether there are tits but in fact whose tits they are, and demon nards. 

Heavy metal horror: it's a thing! I'm lumping a lot of stuff into this category, so please enjoy Episode 13- "Phantom of the Paradise," Episode 38- "The Gate," Episode 175- "House of 1000 Corpses," Episode 176- "Strangeland,"Episode 199- "Terrorvision," Episode 200- "Trick or Treat," and Episode 242- "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors."

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Direct download: Episode_343_-_Black_Roses_1988.mp3
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In this week's episode, we decided to see what all the fuss was about with the new Netflix release "Fear Street Part One: 1994." Special topics for your consideration include: a lot of strong opinions about 90s rock, a lot of strong opinions about 90s fashion and the revisionist history therein, teen television: is it for us? (probably?), early internet usage, and kids? Listen to Soundgarden.

We're gonna do this like the "Hell House LLC" trilogy, covering the next movie in two weeks. If you'd like to hear us talk about that absolutely delightful franchise, they are Episodes 254, 256, and 258.

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Direct download: Episode_342_-_Fear_Street_1994_2021.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing one of the finest vampire films of all time in my (Katie's) humble opinion, though we realized about halfway through recording it that we were kinda just laughing about it. We're talking about the 1987 Kathryn Bigelow-directed film "Near Dark." Special topics for your consideration include: just trying to imagine being insanely beautiful, the utter horrors of child vampires, another tally in the "horses are smarter than us and ready to destroy us at a moment's notice" column, Bill Paxton in all of his weird clown glory, and a possible new business venture Allen devised. 

There are one brazilian vampire movies in the world. Here are some of them: Episode 22- "Fright Night," Episode 70- "30 Days of Night," Episode 89- "Queen of the Damned," Episode 136- "The Lost Boys," Episode 153- "The Hunger," Episode 163- "Let the Right One In," Episode 190- "Interview with a Vampire," Episode 195- "What We Do in the Shadows," Episode 210- "From Dusk til Dawn," Episode 241- "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," Episode 310- "Among the Shadows," and Episode 317- "Dracula 2000." WHEWWWW.

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Direct download: Episode_341_-_Near_Dark_1987.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're talking farms and sheeps and the great outback with the 2006 New Zealand horror comedy "Black Sheep," not to be confused with the extremely popular American 1996 non-horror comedy of the same name. Special topics for  your consideration include: environmental activist conspiracy theories, farm talk from two people who know next to nothing about farming, the absolute joy that comes from watching a sheep drive a truck, the fact that the plural of 'sheep' is ABSOLUTELY 'sheeps' and an extremely special musical number at the end of the episode-- stick around for it!

Into horror films from New Zealand? May we recommend Episode 78- "Housebound" and Episode 195- "What We Do in the Shadows," both of which were movies that we absolutely loved?

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Intro song is by Alex Van Luvie
Outro song is A. Wallis- "EMT"
Seriously, we have the best listeners, hands down.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

 

Direct download: Episode_340_-_Black_Sheep_2006.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's very special episode, we are returning to a film we covered early in our podcasting career- the 1985 horror comedy "Return of the Living Dead." Special topics for your consideration include: revisiting old jokes and writing better new jokes, the national treasure that is Linnea Quigley, the national weirdo that is Glenn Danzig, extremely bleak things in an extremely comedic film, the return of Clu Gulager and movie punks, of course we're talking about movie punks. 

If you missed our original "Return of the Living Dead" episode, it sounds like it's not worth revisiting. If you must, it's Episode 17. Want more Linnea Quigley? You could check out Episode 9- "Silent Night, Deadly Night" (which we feel may actually be our worst episode ever), Episodes 192- "Night of the Demon" and Episode 265- "Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama." 

Thanks to everyone who wrote in with their impressions of this film, we really loved reading all of your thoughts. 

Find us online:
Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance and get bonus episodes about action movies-- we just released our episode for "Total Recall" and it is a blast. 

Buy merch for yourself or those you love at www.teepublic.com/user/werewolfambulance
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on Twitter @werebulance
on Instagram @werewolfambulance.
werewolfambulance@gmail.com

If you liked this, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! It helps others find us and allows us to continue to grow.

Intro song is by Alex Van Luvie
Outro song is A. Wallis- "EMT"
Seriously, we have the best listeners, hands down.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: Episode_339_-_The_Return_of_the_Living_Dead_Redux.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this week's episode, we're getting back into the folk horror genre with the 2018 film "Apostle," a Netflix production. Special topics for your consideration include: a dirty and glowering Dan Stevens, cult recruitment tactics, using a standard-issue receptacle incorrectly, blaming god for literally everything, and the fact that folk horror is always going to be compared to "The Wicker Man."

If you are into "The Wicker Man," please listen to Episode 108 (the Nic Cage remake) and Episode 271 (the original). Want to check out some other folk/pastoral horror? We did a whole month of it in March 2020: Episode 270- "Midsommar," Episode 272- "Village of the Damned" and Episode 273- "Black Death," an incredibly poorly timed saga into a plague because we are utter dumdums. We also discussed "The Village" in Episode 169.

Find us online:
Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance and get bonus episodes about action movies-- we just recorded our episode for "Total Recall" and it was a blast. 

Buy merch for yourself or those you love at www.teepublic.com/user/werewolfambulance
on Reddit at r/werewolfambulance
on Facebook at facebook.com/werewolfambulance
on Twitter @werebulance
on Instagram @werewolfambulance.
werewolfambulance@gmail.com

If you liked this, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! It helps others find us and allows us to continue to grow.

Intro song is by Alex Van Luvie
Outro song is A. Wallis- "EMT"
Seriously, we have the best listeners, hands down.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: Episode_338_-_The_Apostle_2018.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EDT