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The MFF Podcast #6: The Best Moments in Horror since 2000

April 9, 2015

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Proudly sponsored by the audiobook company Audible, your new MFF podcast episode is here!

We hope you enjoyed our previous episode on The Best Worst Movie Monsters and Horror Villains!

This week the MFF crew discuss the best Cinematic Weightlifting, Sean Bean and the best horror moments of the last 15 years.

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We answer such important questions as…

“Can Mark do an impression of Eddie Redmayne doing an impression of Bane?”
“Who can curl more?  Ron Burgandy or Jason Voorhees?”
“What was Sean Bean’s best role in which he DIDN’T die?”
“Just how far can horror go and still only be rated PG?”
“Who would win in a fight between The Ring‘s Samara and the Oculus mirror?”

This week’s podcast is based on the following MFF reviews and articles:

Pain and Gain (2013)
15 Images for 15 Years of Horror: Part 1: some of the greatest, goriest, most shocking and most memorably defining moments in horror since 2000
15 Images for 15 Years of Horror: Part 2: The Good, the Bad and the Hilarious
Grabbers
Byzantium (2012)
Deliver Us From Evil by Mark
Deliver Us From Evil
 (2014) by John
The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)
Oculus (2014)
The Conjuring (2013)
The Cabin in the Woods (2012)
Final Destination 5 (2011)
Grave Encounters (2011)
Tucker and Dale vs Evil (2010)
Drag Me to Hell (2009)
Martyrs (2008)
Hatchet (2006)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
Ginger Snaps (2000)

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Sit back, relax and learn about everything you missed.
If you haven’t seen some of these movies, be comforted that we will geekily inform you as to why you should watch them.

You can stream the pod at the Sharkdropper website, listen to us on with your mobile app OneCast, or download the pod on Itunes.
If you get a chance please REVIEW, RATE and SHARE the pod!

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. April 13, 2015 8:27 am

    I remember renting Ginger Snaps on VHS many years ago, that was the first and only time I watched it. Is it pretty dated now? How does it hold up to modern day horrors?

    The second one didn’t really live up to expectation, and it completely put me off the third.

    • John Leavengood permalink
      April 13, 2015 3:00 pm

      I feel that Ginger Snaps holds up. The creature make-up during the finale may not be up to par, but it was also a low budget movie. Still very cool, though, and it has a lot of good things to say.

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