Our grotesque gathering of ghouls and goblins return to spread mischief in the latest episode of the Reel Horror Show. Ali Doyle, Conor Dowling, Conor McMahon and Mark Sheridan are all chained at the ankle to a pipe and will only be set free by discussing horror for over an hour – will they succeed and be freed or will they fail and be handed a hacksaw by their evil editor.
Films that come under the horror hammer include Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, Escape Room, The Silence, Us, The Twilight Zone, Mom and Dad, Insidious IV, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Victor Crowley, The Cure for Wellness, Unfriended: Dark Web, Slenderman, Possum – “it’s a guy, with a bag, with a spider in it…”, The Haunting of Sharon Tate, Necromancer, Patchwork, May, Pet Sematary.
Our possessed podcast posse return after a hiatus in the netherworld. Summoned back to earth, Conor McMahon, Mark Sheridan, Ali Doyle and Conor Dowling cast a darkened eye over the likes of Suspiria, The Hole in the Ground, Halloween, The House that Jack Built, Anna and the Apocalypse, The Guilty, One Cut of the Dead, Overlord, Castle Rock, Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror,He’s Out There and The Monster.
To see the year off, our yuletide yetis, Ali Doyle, Conor Dowling, Conor McMahon and Mark Sheridan gathered together roasting corpses on an open fire and discussing their latest horror oglings. They also mull over haunted house films and recommend a few Christmas horrors to see you through the festive season.
The macabre members of Reel Horror Show return to walk with you in nightmares. Fresh from their Halloween live recording at Filmbase, the troop of terror re-assemble in the mangled form of Ali Doyle, Conor Dowling, Conor McMahon, and Mark Sheridan.
Listen to them — children of the night. What music they make.
The gruesome gang return from the dead for a very special live recording in front of an unholy audience in the dungeons of Filmbase.
Regulars Mark “flesh-eating” Sheridan and Conor “axe-wielding” McMahon were joined by very special guests Zoe “zombie-hunter” Kavanagh and David “candelabrum-in-the-wind” Turpin to dissect all things horror. The frightful four chew over their own particular love of horror, making horror films and what puts the shivers in their shizzle, amongst other devilish discourse.
Film Ireland would like to make it clear that all blood sacrifices on the night were voluntary and a result of the victims’ own free will.
Our horror hosts return to your nightmares in the latest episode of Reel Horror Show. Flesheaters Conor McMahon, Conor Dowling and Mark Sheridan delve into the dark to discuss the latest delicacies they’ve dined upon.
Our shapeshifting lycanthropes gather on the moors under a full moon to bring you the latest Reel Horror Show. In this episode, in between devouring recently buried corpses, the gang talk about the wonderful world of werewolf movies.
Silver bullets at the ready…
Hairy podmaster Conor McMahon gives us this exclusive of his 1996 short film Day of the Wolfman.
Our monstrous group of horror podders return minus one. Ali headed off to investigate a noise and hasn’t been seen since. The remaining three, Conor McMahon, Conor Dowling and Mark Sheridan, gather around a bloodied Christmas tree to discuss the best and the worst of Yuletide horror. Films dissected include Silent Night Deadly Night – and its 4 sequels – Krampus, Christmas Evil, Rare Exports, Jack Frost, To All a Good Night, Silent Night Bloody Night, Santa’s Sleigh, Black Christmas, Elves and Gremlins.
Plus our knife-wielding filmmakers discuss their own ideas for a Christmas film.
Conor McMahon, Ali Doyle, Mark Sheridan and Conor Dowling return to the realms of horror in the second episode of the Reel Horror Show. As well as gruesome chat about The Witch, Train to Busan, Raw, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Found Footage. Ouija among others, the bloodied gang talk about the process of making horror films and this year’s Horrorthon, which included a screening of Mark’s Crone Wood. And of course there’s Shakma, “the greatest killer baboon movie ever” – what more could you ask for…