Archive for zombies


Posted in horror, horror movies, science fiction, zombies, undead, gore, the void, driller killer, train to busan by necromaniacs on April 19th, 2017

We have both been waiting a long time for The Void to come out. Finally, we had a chance to see it at a Midnight Showing at Brooklyn’s Nitehawk Theater. Find out what we thought!


We also cover the South Korean zombie apocalypse film Train to Busan and Abel Ferrara’s old-school-New York Sleaze classic The Driller Killer



Posted in horror, horror movies, zombies, walking dead, gore, william hellfire, negan, the ritual, upside down cross by necromaniacs on April 18th, 2016

Welcome to Episode 14!  The Necro Team get heavy with the Turkish horror film Baskin. Richard Stanley proclaims it as "the best horror film of the year" so what other endorsement do you need?

We also discuss New York-based horror / exploitation creator William Hellfire's newest film Upside Down Cross.  If you're not familiar with Hellfire, check out his back catalog.

We also give our prediction of who got the bat in the season finale of Walking Dead



Posted in horror, horror movies, zombies, poughkeepsie tapes, werewolf, old boy, gore by necromaniacs on July 9th, 2014

After a bit of a break, we're back in action with a discussion about the WORLD WAR Z, The OLD BOY Remake and the creepy found footage film POUGHKEEPSIE TAPES.



Posted in horror, horror movies, science fiction, comics, zombies, robocop, walking dead, true detective, sci fi by necromaniacs on March 31st, 2014

We're back for the second installment of the Necromaniacs Podcast. Me and Mike get into a discussion about the Robocop remake, the genius of True Detective and the slow decline of the Walking dead TV Show.



Posted in horror, horror movies, science fiction, comics, zombies, devil, undead, maniac by necromaniacs on February 3rd, 2014

Welcome to our debut episode. If you're a fan of horror, science fiction or comics, tune in as Mike Hill and Mike Scondotto get into deep discussions on all things macabre.


This episode:

Adrian Garcia Bogliano's "Here Comes the Devil"

Analysis of the classic Lustig Maniac and Aja's remake.


« Older episodes ·