Mary Lou is back again, escaped from the Under-Over, and she wants her flippin' crown (as well as some twenty-something teenage hanky-panky) in Prom Night 3: The Last Kiss (1990). She's a horny she-ghost from the fifties here to grant your every wish... as long as you dig the graves! It may not be the final installment of the Prom Night franchise, but it's the end of the line for the FM3, so let's head back to the Inbetwixt to get lucky!
Forever Midnight travel back to 1957 to watch a young balding man murder his cheating ex with a stink bomb. Needless to say, whenever that happens, you are surely creating a pissed-off revenge-ghost that's gonna return in 30 years to boff your son and possess Hamilton High’s very own Carrie White - just so she can strap that dusty old crown onto her krispy krueger melon. All in all, a pretty solid plan! So join us as we chat about the little talked about classic 'Hello Mary Lou, Prom Night 2'! (1987)
You've got a date with Forever Midnight! Let's get gussied up and head out to the Hamilton High School Prom where we'll discover that a killer is on the loose, that Jamie Lee’s character has little to no clue that anyone is in danger, and that a monobrowed caveman is gearing up for a plan he can’t even spell. One by one, teens are falling victim to the ski-masked-mystery-killer, so please take our arm as we spike the punch with equal parts Disco & Leslie Nielsen and pray we get lucky on Prom Night (1980
In this episode your friends at Forever Midnight take a trip south of the border to check out the 2017 film “Tigers Are Not Afraid”. The FM3 chat about child actors, drug cartels, and the series “Cursed Films” on Shudder as well as some travel tales of their own. As an added bonus the gang has figured out a new Quarantine recording technique that is sounding real swell. So feel free to take your masks off because this episode is coming at ya with that pre-'Rona feel!
The FM3 are transformed into the FM5 as we are joined by our buddies Michael Conrad and Becky Cloonan!! We all form a jolly green giant of gelatinous Voltron meat and talk about being creative in the end times, Elijah Wood, how Conan the Barbarian and HP Lovecraft are bedfellows and even a little about the new film “Color out of Space”. We hope you enjoy this crazy episode as the spooky super friends unite!
Your friends at Forever Midnight must have rubbed a crusty old lava-lamp, because they ended up with the genie from “Wishmaster” (1997). They thought everything was coming up 'Midnight when the Djinn offered to grant em three wishes, but soon they would face the dire consequences of their selfish actions. Like you, the FM3 are currently trapped in their homes, only able to bring you episodes from the deep, dark nether-web. 'Wish' them luck (wink wink) to get thru this nightmare... they're gonna need it!
We decided to take you on a trip down memory lane, and do sort of a best of our first 25 episodes. Joining us on some of the snippets are special guests, including: Michael Grais (Poltergeist screenwriter), William Katt (Carrie), Mark Borchardt (Coven, American Movie), Pat Healy (The innkeepers, Cheap Thrills), William Lustig (Maniac, Maniac Cop), Tom McLoughlin ( Friday The 13th: Jason lives, Sometimes They Come Back), Miko Hughes (Pet Sematary, Wes Craven's New Nightmare). Plus more! Enjoy!
Since we're all tucked away in our own little Nests, these days, the FM3 infest their eyeballs with this roach-filled, Amazon Prime streamer from 1988. We learned so much about pest control, flagrantly cheating on girlfriends, island politics, mixing volatile chemicals indoors, mad-science, genetic mutation and - last but not least - songs about cockroaches. Needless to say it was just what the Plague-Doctor ordered during this crazy quarantine. Join us as we chat about "THE NEST!”
Alright gang, on this episode of Forever Midnight, each one of the FM3 paid money to watch the directorial debut of everyone's favorite goth-metal senior citizen, Glenn Danzig.
And friends... Worth. Every. Penny.
Like many of you sweet listeners, we're all sheltering-in-place for the time being, so we got together on the internet for this one. Lend us your ears as we "Skype, Skype, My Darling" (sorry) and discuss this "Mother" of all low-budge, softcore trash-heaps, "Verotika" (2019)
In this episode your friends at Forever Midnight get to head bang to a new version of their theme song, find out that Jef almost became a pirate, how cool the New Zealand film commission must be and open up a big box of "Church Stuff" to smash demons in the face! Yep we are talking "Deathgasm" from 2015 and that means it is of course another fantastic episode of the worlds number one horror podcast Forever Midnight! (insert bloodfart sound here)
Forever Midnight went for the movie theater hat trick and saw Invisible Man (2020). What they saw, or maybe didn't see (wink wink) was another film filled with gaslighting, revenge and some top notch technology. Which leads us to discuss other technological advances, enemas and the horror that is the current state of medical coverage in California.
Forever Midnight rolled the dice for a second week in a row and saw the new film "The Lodge". Filled with Ups, downs, curve snow-balls and an unhealthy dose of gaslighting this film left the FM3 a wee bit unsettled and ready to record another happy go lucky episode for your ears. Join us as we make imaginary snow angels, give each other sleeping pills and wake up in various areas of the research center and talk about how this film is many things and among those things might be a house and or cabin.
After a slight hiatus following the release of their first short film, the geniuses at Forever Midnight scooped up tickets to see everyone's favorite 600 year old fairytale: "Gretel and Hansel".
Afterward, the FM3 tooted one another's horns for a fortnight, ultimately concluding that you don't always need an avenger or a wolverine to make a kids' story worth watching for horror nerds.
In this episode, the Forever Midnight crew call upon the ancient ones and spend a demon wish on a horror film filled with incredible acting, more than one minion monster, some heavy metal tunes and maybe a sprinkle of virgin ginger blood. Needless to say, it has been a dark time here at The Scary Movie Research Center. Join us as we descend into the abyss of infinite nonsense and talk about 'Gate 2: Trespassers' (1992).
In this brand new episode, your crewmates at Forever Midnight sink seven miles down into the murky depths to watch Alien, er, I mean 'Underwater' (2020). The FM crew had fun chatting about deep-sea-creeps, big and small (like TJ Miller). So dive in underwear first and enjoy our newest episode before we blow our suits!!!
Forever Midnight find themselves at the business end of a top-tier Patreon movie pick and are forced to watch the 1985 kookoo bananas trip that is “Hard Rock Zombies”. Nothing could prepare them for the journey they were about to embark on as the screen is riddled with mullets, little people, werewolves, nazis, necromance, town meetings, skateboarding, a couple zombies, a smidge of pedophilia and sweet jams that apparently make you want to dance everywhere. Will they ever be the same? Tune in to find
Happy New Year From your friends at Forever Midnight! We decided to wipe the slate clean for this first episode of 2020 and talk about our personal top 20 favorite horror films of the last 20 years! So many, good, bad and ugly favorites! We had so much fun recording this episode and hope you join us, as we kick off the 2020 season of the Forever Midnight Podcast!
We decided to wrap up this year with a special holiday treat: For the last episode of 2019, we chat about the wild, ride that is the 1989 French holiday horror gem “Dial Code Santa Claus”. Throwing in some ingredients from Die Hard & Silent Night, Deadly Night, this film stands (home) alone in the sheer insanity of it all. Thank you all for listening this past year and we look forward to some more fun in 2020. Happy Holidays!
Happy holidays, brainiacs! For the third installment of "Silent Night, Deadly Night", lil' Ricky is resurrected once again for "Better Watch Out". Ricky is a little worse for the wear, with his goofy brain now inside of a juicy fishbowl. The psychic link he's established with Laura, has made her the focus of his murderous attention (for whatever reason). Can Robert Culp and Tony catch Ricky before he kills sweet Laura? Join fake director, Uncle Monte and the FM3 to find out. Creepy Christmas, you Cretins!
This week, our poison got picked by one of our top-tier Patrons, and this time, things got extra greasy. The FM3 were shit-scared as they watched and reviewed “The Greasy Strangler” - a cult classic not quite made for anyone! This movie is bonkers, so sit back as your favorite bullshit artists sift through this mind-bending mess-terpiece.
In this episode, sh'boys got to wander down under to the subways and sewers of Jolly Old England and watch a Patreon-pick: 2004’s "Creep". While underground, the FM3 get locked in and take a dip in the stink lagoons, try their hand at amateur surgery and realize public transit is for the birds... or at least for the dogs in birdcages.
In this episode the FM3 finally get to check in on their old pal Danny Torrance. How has he been? What’s he been up to? Does he own that cute little hot dog stand down there in Miami like they always hoped? Does he still see dead people? Is Tony as cool as he looked in the TV version? All these questions and so many more are answered as the boys check out the brand new Stephen King adaptation, Doctor Sleep MD.
In this episode the FM3 travel back in time to when the entire world was just wet and grizzled. While there the boys ran aground and came upon Robert Eggers newest film “The Lighthouse”. So In-between tending to their chores and trying to jerk off mermaids the guys realize they have all lost their minds and are just trying to get back to a place that makes sense and maybe isn’t so soggy. The boys highly suggest you grab a bed pan and some rain boots because this one is dripping and oozing WTF’s?!
Finally, an installation in the Halloween franchise for the internet Generation... it's 2002's Halloween: Resurrection! Jamie Lee is back (for like a minute), plus Tyra Banks and Busta Rhymes awkwardly host our journey. So, if you really wanna party with me, put Forever Midnight where your ears can see, straight Mike Myers in the place to be! To further quote Mr Rhymes, "Trick or treat, motherf*ucker!"
In this episode the FM3 hop in the old midnight rambler and take a drive thru all kinds of topics, stopping off at a few memorable locations such as “hiders in the walls”, Mindhunter, haunted “ass-pennies” and the new Creepshow series. Buckle up and join us for this lumpy bumpy ride!
Just when you thought the 90’s couldn’t get any goofier, along stumbles awkward, ill-fitted, Michael Myers, 20 years older but still none the wiser. He's got murder on his mind and his long-lost fake dead sister Laurie Strode (now living out West) is his number one target. So join the FM3 for the October road trip to end all road trips: Michael Myers is going back to Cali and not even LL Cool J can stop how dumb this shit is gonna get! It's H20... the wettest installment in the franchise!
A member of the honorable Forever Midnight Society has spoken and thus, our fate has been chosen. In this episode, we're back with a Patreon pick from one of our dearest Patrons and the film up for review is a crazy little 2018 gem called "Incident in a Ghostland." ~ Is there a horror movie you’d love to hear us discuss? Become a member of The Forever Midnight Society over at patreon.com/forevermidnight to be able to pick our poison!
What sinister force drew young Susan to the Mausoleum? What ancient abomination was released that windy afternoon? Since we’re asking questions, how did that dude’s head explode, who left Ben the Gardener alone with the lady of the house, and why does a demon kill a grown man with a handheld fork hoe? The real question is “Who gives a shit?”. There’s enough glowing eyes, floating bodies, lumpy demons and naked Bobby Bresee to render 1983’s “Mausoleum” a plotless gem!
'IT' has risen again... and we made a promise to each other that should this day ever come, the FM3 would return to finish IT off. We loved the first chapter. Will we love the 2nd? Only one way know for sure. It’s time for the FM3 to face IT: Chapter 2.
In this episode the boys finally get to sit down while in Long Beach and talk with the incredibly talented duo that is Little Shop of Gore!! We chat about their horror roots and how their awesome brand came to be. We also take a moment to chat about our first live show at Midsummer Scream and how much fun that whole convention is each year. We had such a great time hanging with Ryan and Salina and hope to have them on again soon!
The FM3 dive into the film world of "Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark" (2019 - based off the book series of the same name) and for one of the dudes, the experience might have been too real... for he now may have his own scary story to tell! So, will this movie “chill your bones” or is it about as satisfying as chewing on a “big toe”? Only one way to find out! Kill the lights and snuggle up kiddies, as we tackle "Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark".
On September 7th The Mystic Museum, a hub for vintage oddities, occult artifacts and witchy wear is presenting “The Evil Dead - An Immersive Experience”, which will feature many original Evil Dead props on display for the first time and an Evil Dead-themed art show. The FM3 got to sit down at the Mystic Museum with Proprietors, Kiko and Erick to talk about their humble beginnings, the real ghosts that live in their shop, and this Fall’s upcoming event. Plus, there’s some FM Voicemails. Groovy!
If you’re a fan of the show then you know our love of everything Art The Clown. Finally, the FM3 were able to sit down with actor, David Howard Thornton and learn a little something about the man behind the clown - and it did not disappoint. Honk honk!
We’re back in the studio for VHS-2 of Stephen King’s “The Shining” - the Mick Garris-directed, made-for-television shit-show starring that flycatching, bowl-cutted nobuddy as Danny and that asshole from ‘Wings’ as Jack Torrance. Maybe something actually happens in the second half of this piece of trash? Probably not. We’re joined again by the homey Shane Goepel, Co-Owner of HenHouse Brewing Company and Drummer in Polar Bears - a legend on two fronts! Also, a true mensch amongst mensches for enduring this full-blown grueller with us. Take your medicine, you pup - it’s Part 2 of… “The Shaning”
Shane Goepel is Co-Owner of HenHouse Brewing Company in Sonoma County, who (as part of their ‘Conspiracy IPA’ series) are releasing a pair of ‘Shining’ themed beers this week: “Kubrick’s Landing”, and its session beer companion, “Hedge Maze.” What better way to really dissect “The Shining” - one of our culture’s most treasured scary stories? Well, a better way would have been to watch the original, but instead, we chose the made-for-television adaptation of “The Shining” for thi
It’s a beautiful, warm, sunny Sommar's day... what could possibly go wrong? Well, we’re about to find out as we tackle Ari Aster’s newest kick to the nuts, ‘Midsommar’ (2019) - a breakup film that promises a lot more push for the tush than your average creepy cult flick.
Here comes round 2 of Listener Voicemail! This time we got tales of Vegas, vomit, boners, brains, and of course more poop. Also featuring “Sloppy Pockets”, and the glorious return of Barry Abernathy aka MC Scary Barry, and a few listener questions get answered as well.
Part Bush-Era morality tale, and part Anti-Road-Dome-PSA, 1996’s “Thinner” is on the waning arc of quality when it comes to Stephen King film adaptations. Nevertheless, the FM3 tuck their napkins into their collars and hunker down for a heapin’ helpin’ of Gypsy magic and misdirected anger as Tom Holland serves us a fat slice of Richard Bachman pie! Plus, to wet your appetites, we’ve prepared a teenaged-Josh phone call for an hors d’eouvre …from back when he was… Thinner
The Forever Midnight Audience has spoken, and the FM3 have listened! Evidence is here in our first ever voicemail-only episode - and friends, these stories are CRAZY. Thrill to tales of nature-poops gone horribly wrong! Return again to The Haun(k)ted Adult Bookstore! Hear the grizzly confessions of the Kentucky Sloppy-Pocketeer! All the while, your dudes pipe in with their own candid tales of woe (whoa!). We barely break the surface here, but it's a bonafide hoot.
It’s morning time for the FM3 and we're gearing up to put our whole mouth around a hot cup of The Stuff. Enough is never enough of us talking about - yep, you guessed it... The Stuff (1985), and when we're done, you'll be left “wanting mo.” (*wink wink).
How do you do? Forever Midnight feels it would be a little unkind to present this episode without just a word of friendly warning. We're about to unfold the story of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1994), a story of man who had big ideas but piss-poor dexterity, and nary a shirt in sight. I think it will thrill you. It may shock you. It might even horrify you. So if any of you feel that you do not care to subject your nerves to such a strain, now is your chance to, uh... Well, we've warned you.
We are dropping a big fat jack-o-lantern on your head with this one. In the style of some more classic FM episodes from the past. This episode covers not 1... or 2... but 3 movies!!! Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988), Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) & Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995). So get comfortable and enjoy our treats you mark ass tricks, cuz this is a long one. Happy "halfway to" Halloween, y’all!
In this episode, the FM3 go to see a remake of the movie that ironically warned us in 1989 that “sometimes dead is better." And, like many of the story's characters, we knew better... and STILL wandered over the deadfall only to end up in the remake of 'Pet Sematary'. The dudes send this shit-show off into the great beyond, hopefully never to be watched again.
In this episode the FM3 join hands and travel underground to Sunny Santa Cruz to visit below the beautiful and busted-ass Beach Boardwalk. While there, they have an honest-to-goodness chat about Jordan Peele’s newest film “Us”. So sit back, relax, and get tethered to your boys at Forever Midnight.
In this episode the FM3 talk new Horror documentaries, grand holes in the ground, and we dig into a newer and somewhat lesser known film “Ghost Stories” (2017). Plus we got more voicemails. Join us and enjoy this new episode!
In this episode the FM3 decided to take their asses out for a night on the town filled with popcorn, candy and soda pops. They found themselves sitting in plush recliners torturing their poor little eyeholes with the brand new 2019 film “The Prodigy”.
Join them for this wild ride to the hospital and beyond as they birth a new evil episode of Forever Midnight.
Come with us for a magic Wonka boat ride full of madness, murder and the undead, as we review Dead & Buried (1981). And if that doesn’t satisfy your appetite, we go on to discuss the joy of cooking... your own genitals. Yep! Even in a world of pure imagination, your snozzberries will certainly taste like snozzberries.
To kick off the new 2019 season of Forever Midnight, a wonderful Patreon Patron chose the lumpy, bumpy, slimy, grimey “Society” from 1989 for the FM3 to watch and review. The boys had a lot of fun talking about this crazy movie... they actually couldn't shunt-up about it! We hope you buttheads enjoy this slippery episode half as much as they did.
In honor of dropping our 100th episode, we dive back into our Stephen King ‘Night Shift series’. Josh unearths ‘Petaluma Junior High School Massacre: Part 1”. Jef gets “instant drunk” and reaches out to two beloved guests of the show. And finally we are blessed by amazing friends and fans leaving us incredible messages that we will share with you all. Thank you so much for listening and your continued support as we’ve grown the podcast over the years. We couldn’t have done it without you.
“PUNISH!!” The FM3 must have been extra naughty this year... Santa brought us a big ol’ lump of coal called ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2”. It’s now “garbage day”, and the boys are ready to take this trash out!
In this episode we reach critical wackness with our review of the 1998 classic... err, I mean 2001 horror flop, ‘13 Ghosts’. We totally stay on topic the entire time ...err, I mean get distracted by random nonsense and laugh our way through such amazing subjects as... shoelaces, virtual reality, all day orgasms & nail biting.
This Halloween, we discuss Halloween (1978), Halloween (2018) and also the Halloween 40 convention we attended. Could we get much more Halloweenie this Halloween?! Its the most Halloween we’ve ever Halloweened! Happy Halloween, everybody!
In this episode the FM3 find themselves checking out a film that might be a figment of their imaginations, or at the very least a “choose your own adventure” Fever dream. Listen as the boys conjure the 1981 film “The Pit” out of thin air and into your VCR’s.
This Halloween season, San Francisco Drag Queens, Peaches Christ and Trixxie Carr - along with roughly 30 other performers - are blowing open the gates (of the creepy old SF Mint Building) with ‘Terror Vault’ - an all-engaging theatrical haunt experience. Trixxie is with the FM3 in-studio to talk about the event, as well as Panos Cosmatos’ divisive 2nd feature film about acid and revenge, 'Mandy’. Come trip balls with us, won’t you?
In this episode the FM3 were at the mercy of one of our top tier patrons on Patreon. They got to pick our poison and choose us a movie to review. Lucky for us we had a blast and got to kick back and watch Black Sheep!
In this episode, the dudes head out to the woods to find everyone’s favorite creepy pasta patriot, “Slender Man." The guys chat a bit about the new film and then move on down the pasture to ACTUAL creepy stories from their younger years. Good times are had and spooky tales are spun, as we all (kind of) enjoy Slendermin!
Based on a book by Stephen King, and directed by John Carpenter. Two great tastes that taste great together. It should be no surprise that this movie is a favorite amongst the FM3. So hop in the back seat, cuz Forever Midnight has the wheel. We are taking you for one toasty ride as we review 1983’s ‘Christine’.
Have a taste of what's happening on our Patreon with this special sample episode from our Patreon Only catalog! The FM3 are joined once again by our dear friend Michael Conrad and together we return to the big hairy world of King Kong.
Please check out our Patreon page and see which reward option is right for you - 16 bonus episodes are currently available, and new ones going up every month. Plus exclusive merch, videos and more!!!
The FM3 are back from a brief hiatus. We update you on what’s been going on in our world since our last episode. Then we get down to business and discuss a gnarly and exciting new horror film... Hereditary!
In this episode, the FM3 come to one great big realization: if you have Jeffrey Combs, Barbara Crampton and a Freak bumpin’ around your new Castle, your party is gonna be off the hook! Sit back and relax, 'cause things are getting freaky as the boys review the 90’s gem “Castle Freak”.
In this episode the FM3 take a trip to a sleepy seaside town to enjoy some art and light some fires for the dark one - all the while stumbling through town, dodging goth lunch ladies and hippy freakouts. You know, generally trying to figure out WTF is going on! Sit back and listen as the boys review the 1973 mindfudge that is “Messiah Of Evil”.
The FM gang along with good friends Michael Conrad and Becky Cloonan get possessed by spirits (mostly Whiskey) while consulting their Ouija board about whether 1986’s ‘Witchboard’ was a good movie or not. Will the planchette point to YES or NO? You gotta listen to find out.
In this episode the boys return to their Stephen King Night Shift series with two films based on the idea of Trucks coming to get ya. So climb in the cab and fasten your safety belt, this is gonna be one bumpy ride reviewing “Maximum Overdrive” and “Trucks”.
This episode we are joined by Lance Ozanix, the infamous lead singer of the thrash metal band, Skitzo to talk about a bizarre little gem called The Baby (1973). So strap your diapers on cause your gonna shit when you find out about "The Baby".
To celebrate the release of TERRIFIER (written & directed by Damien Leone) the FM3 give a short spoiler free review of the long awaited full length Art the Clown movie! Then the guys jumped aboard the Marilyn Manson tour bus to chat with the composer/performer of the Terrifier soundtrack score, Paul Wiley.
In this 2018 Silver Scream Festival special episode, the FM3 sit down and talk scary movies with legendary actors Kelli Maroney & Barbara Crampton, as well as Shaun Johnson and Jensen Rule Tierra, Co-Directors of the short film “Secret Eater”, and long-time homey Aaron Jones of PunkStuff.com. If you missed this year’s Silver Scream Fest, the dudes recap their highlights, including watching 1987's “Superman: The Movie” with fresh eyes…
In this episode, the FM3 sit down to chat about the film Lost Boys... or was it Near Dark? Um... er, wait - it was Fright Night 2! We talk about how unique this hard to find sequel to Fright Night is and why nobody remembers it.
Questions are asked, eyeballs are poked and a group of friends moon a murderer. Sit back and listen as the FM3 realize they are not talking about just any old straight slasher film as the boys review “Hellbent”.
The Curator of our local Cult Film Series, Neil Pearlmutter drops by the studio to discuss the upcoming Sliver Scream Fest that's taking place in Santa Rosa, CA on Feb 16-18. Tickets and more info available at www.silverscreamfest.com
Our annual Christmas episode is here! And what did Santa bring all you good girls and naughty boys? ... A review of, Christmas Evil (1980), and A Cadaver Christmas (2011)!!! Just what you always wanted, a sleigh van full of psycho Santas and the FM3 riding shotgun. Scary Christmas to all and to all a good night!
In this episode the FM3 decide to join their werewolf unibrows together to summon the one and only Becky Cloonan : world renown Artist and Comic book Master.
We chat about “The Company of Wolves” (1984) and even get a visit from our own local wolfman Michael Conrad. We hope you enjoy this fun filled hairy adventure as much as we did hangin with Becky Cloonan and MC.
In this episode the FM3 throw on some swim trunks and their best winter coats as they head off to a summer camp for gifted kids! Little do they know they will be serenaded by a creepy counselor and hunted by the local legend of the Feral wild haired Farmer! That’s right the boys are reviewing the 1981 summer camp slasher film “Madman”. So get your partner twirlin’ in the hot-tub as the FM3 try to survive! (They don’t).
In this episode the FM3 talk about Wes Craven’s 1989 film “Shocker”. The boys realize very quickly that they watched a wobbly ass rollercoaster of a film filled with all sorts of insane nonsense, and it may or may not be the masterpiece old uncle Wes had hoped for. Prepare to be “shocked”!
Get ready as we fill your ears like a couple of treat bags! The FM3 return to the spooky streets of horror movie podcasting with a special Halloween episode, in which we review 1988’s ‘Night of The Demons’ and 2016’s ‘The Barn’ - a regular Linnea Quigley Double Feature for your Halloweenies!
The boys sit down for the first time since our town was devastated by a nasty fire to discuss all the things that have been going on, and give thanks that we all are okay and our studio still stands. A huge thank you to everyone who reached out with kind words and support. We will return with a regular episode very soon, as we are all anxious to get back to the good stuff in life... SCARY MOVIES!
It seems that everyone and their Grandma has seen the new adaptation of Stephen King's IT by now. It's breaking box-office records. So is it too late for the FM3 to weigh in on the film? Oh who cares, we are going to do it anyways. Here is our conversation about 2017's IT.
In this episode the boys strap on their hard rock hair pieces and flying V's to discuss the recent Film "The Devils Candy"! Sit back and listen as we melt from the recent heat wave, talk about recording albums, doing rock tours and figuring out how to kick out the metal jams so hard our eyeballs wiggle.
Tim Kasher is probably best known as the singer of indie-punk mainstays, Cursive & The Good Life - things that the FM3 hardly talk about in our lengthy conversation with this modern rock legend! Also barely mentioned: Tim’s directorial film debut, ‘No Resolution’, screening in most major US cities this September. What we DO talk about is Tim Kasher’s love of horror films old & new, being a movie lover living in Hollywood, being a fan-fiction screenwriter, and of course, a little food talk.
The FM3 sit down in sunny Los Angeles for a long talk with Jennifer Rubin, AKA Taryn White from "A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors”. Although, the real nightmare is when Josh confesses to the coolest, most beautiful Dream Warrior that he once pooped his pants in jail! Jennifer is awesome, and speaks freely about jumping from teenage modeling to acting, as well her current writing process and weirdnesses. This episode gets a little (a lot) esoteric and kookie, so hang on!
The dudes sit down in the old Baphomet Bungalow to talk with Mitchell Altieri, director of the new horror comedy, “The Night Watchmen” and half of the mysterious Butcher Brothers (“The Hamiltons”, “The Violent Kind”). Also discussed: the psychology behind remaking a horror classic, and the genius of Neill Blomkamp.
The episode you all have been waiting for... The concluding chapter to Brian Henderson's "no nuts, no glory saga". And if talking about real life horror stories aren't enough, we do eventually find the strength to give you a review of The Stomach (short film from 2013) and 2017's 'It Comes At Night'.
Jef and Brian are dragged through the hallways of Josh’s childhood memories, all the way back to Halloween of 1981 when Josh donned the costume of ‘Canadian Hillbilly Monster’. Little did he (or anyone around him) know, the head on this costume was an original Distortions Unlimited SYNGENOR mask designed by Bill Malone, from his 1980 film, ‘Scared To Death’. Join the FM3 as they pervert these tender memories and finally watch The Syngenor in all of its celluloid glory.
Live from the Sinister Creature Con in Stockton CA, 2017. The FM3 got a chance to sit down and chat with Tom Atkins (The Fog, Halloween 3) and Drew Marvick (Pool Party Massacre) - the best mustache and beard in the biz, respectively.
The FM3 head back up to the Great White North and realize not all Canadians are sweethearts when they review "Gutterballs" (2008). Then the guys head down to sunny Las Vegas, slap on their swim trunks and dive into a review of "Pool Party Massacre" (2017).
The FM3 head up to The Great White North to check out the wacky Video Nasty "Happy Birthday To Me". Come grab a seat at the birthday girls table as the boys share the many Fon-du's and Fon-don'ts of this 80's cult classic without getting too much frosting on their party hats.
In this episode, the FM3 check out a new indie horror film and find themselves elbow deep in all kinds of lumps, bumps and spaced-out, slippery-cult-shit. Join the guys as they try to keep their skin on for their review of "The Void" (2017).
In this episode, The FM3 have their fate chosen by a Member of the Forever Midnight Society and are permanently changed because of it. After long hours of washing their eyes out with bleach, the boys gather 'round and review the infamous video nasty "A Serbian Film".
In this episode Jef and Brian telepathically agree that Josh should watch the completely missed 1987 horror film "Anguish".' The boys then realize after recording that "Anguish" in spanish is "Angustia" not Angusta (Oops.. apologies to our spanish speaking listeners). So get out your gringo decoder rings and join us as we delve into the insane mind fuck that is "Anguish"!
We are back! And we're not alone... Look who just transferred in from Milford. Its our good friend Michael Conrad. And he's here to help us cut another notch into our ongoing Stephen King Night Shift series. This time around we watch the 1991 made for TV movie "Sometimes They Come Back". So crack a beer, grease your hair, and get ready for a wild ride.
In this episode the FM3 trip out about Jordan Peele’s new film “Get Out”, they talk about The new all-female directed Horror Anthology “XX” and finally the boys get on their best 1960’s warlock gear and pay a visit to “The Love Witch” to see what groovy spells they can conjure out of man tears. “SIT BACK AND LEND YOUR EARS TO FOREVER MIDNIGHT FOR ALL YOUR YEARS!!" ….GOTCHA!!
Well the FM3 watched the new Rings remake/prequel/reboot/sequel. Our lives feel 7 days shorter and our wallets are 10 dollars lighter. Join us as we talk about hunks, chiseled chins and the cinematic gem that is Rings (2017)
M. Night Shyamalan has just released his latest horror/thriller film 'SPLIT'. And like any good scary movie podcast we dutifully hit the theaters to check it out. Is he back? Is it good? Is it bad? We will give you all the details, but be forewarned... SPOILERS AHEAD!! But you've already seen it, you say? We won't "ruin" anything, you say? Then good! Lets get grab this throbbing hard beast of a movie by it's veiny neck. Here is our review of 'SPLIT'.
The FM3 decide to reach deep into the depths of the VHS Library at our Scary Movie Research Center and do our first ever “Off the Shelf Video Review”! The tape we chose is the 1983 film “Spasms”. So ready yourself and grab your closest pocket knife. You're gonna need it to help us battle the slippery beast that is “Spasms”.
We've heard about it. We've seen the trailer. But now its time for The FM3 to glove up and get elbow deep in our own dissection of The Autopsy of Jane Doe. What strange turns and tangents will we take to get to the truth? Only one way to find out (but it probably involves butt stuff).
The FM3 find themselves in the company of true horror film Royalty!! The one and only Barbara Crampton stopped by the Scary Movie Research Center recently to talk about her new film 'Beyond the Gates' and gave us the low-down on her amazing career and other up and coming films she has been working on. What a way to start the new year! So sit back , listen and enjoy our conversation with Barbara Crampton.
Jingle Balls, jingle Balls, ass-less chaps for me, oh what fun it is to watch a holiday Horror movie! Ohhh Jingle Balls, jingle Balls, we can't watch this movie! How about we turn on Netflix and see what we can see! In this episode of Forever Midnight - your fearless hosts dive headfirst into a couple of newer holiday horror films and find themselves neck deep in reindeer shit. We discuss 2015's "All Through The House" and 2015's "A Christmas Horror Story" - So join us as we dig ourselves out of this mess and try to enjoy the holidays the right way, with some friends and a scary movie! Happy Holidays everyone!!
In this episode of the Forever Midnight Podcast, your three brave hosts find themselves checking out a long forgotten road side attraction “ Slausen’s Lost Oasis”! While there we discover that wild shit happens out in the middle of nowhere and if you see a mannequin anywhere you are going to die. We also talk at length about synthetic meats and why we want some. So grab your camera and some road snacks, the FM3 are taking you on a trip to the 70’swith our review of “Tourist Trap”.