Film Pulse Podcast: 503 – YOU’LL NEVER FIND ME

This week on the show we take a look at the indie horror film You'll Never Find Me, streaming now on Shudder. Other titles discussed include One False Move, Road House, Dream Scenario, Out of Darkness, and A Calamity of Snakes.


Film Pulse Podcast: 502 – STOPMOTION

This week, we take a look at the new horror film Stopmotion, along with some other stuff including Argylle, Inland Empire, My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?, Blue Monkey, The Beekeeper, and No Way Up.


Film Pulse Podcast: 499 – COBWEB

This week on the show we have a Cobweb double bill with the American horror film Cobweb and the South Korean comedy Cobweb, both released in 2023. Other titles discussed include 100 Yen Love, Brain Damage, Basket Case, Dream Scenario, Absurd, The Iron Fist, and Repo Man.


Film Pulse Podcast: 496 – LEAVE THE WORLD BEHIND

This week on the show we're reviewing Leave The World Behind, out now on Netflix, and talking about some other stuff including It's A Wonderful Knife, She-Devil, Oppenheimer, Women Talking, The Sacrifice Game, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, and Gran Turismo. 


Film Pulse Podcast: 495 – THE HOLDOVERS

This week on the show we're taking a look at Alexander Payne's The Holdovers and talking about some other stuff including Cash on Demand, Godzilla Minus 1, Violent Night, and Two Thousand Maniacs!.


Saved by the ’90s: Sean Bean

This month, we dive into the work of Sean Bean and discuss four titles featuring the actor including Patriot Games, Shopping, GoldenEye, and Ronin.



This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at the comedy Please Don't Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain and David Fincher's latest, The Killer. Other titles discussed include Outlaw Johnny Black, Synchronic, Susie Searches, Happy Birthday to Me, Kokomo City, Scott of the Antarctic, Where the Devil Roams, and No Hard Feelings.


Film Pulse Podcast: 493 – WHEN EVIL LURKS

This week on the show, Adam and Kevin review the brutal horror film When Evil Lurks and talk about some other stuff including Manhattan Baby, The Exorcist: Believer, Smithereens, Five Nights at Freddy's, A Haunting in Venice, and Suitable Flesh.


Saved by the ’90s: A Made for TV Halloween

In this month's Halloween special, Adam and Ken dive into the wild world of made for TV horror with reviews of four titles including I'm Dangerous Tonight, Body Bags, Alien Autopsy: Fact or Fiction, and Wes Craven Presents Don't Look Down.