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Night of the Living Podcast is a weekly show hosted by five friends from Cincinnati, Ohio. Each week a randomly selected podcaster reviews a film for our “Straight-to-Video Russian Roulette” segment. In “The Main Attraction” segment, the entire NOTLP Crew discusses a horror or sci-fi genre feature. 

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Dec 31, 2016

Freddy interviews Hannah Fierman. Horror fans will know Hannah from the films V/H/S and SiREN where she portrayed the unforgettable and terrifying character Lily. Freddy and Hannah discuss those films and her other work. Enjoy!

Read Freddy's review of SiREN...


Dec 18, 2016

Remember VCR board games? The Crew discuss Jackson Stewart and Stephen Scarlata’s Beyond the Gates, a nod to video store culture, console televisions, and brotherly love. Also, Andy reviews Ghost Team for Straight-to-Video Russian Roulette. Enjoy!

 


Dec 11, 2016

News, Chuck Tingle, My Best Friend’s Exorcism, your messages and much, much more! Enjoy!


Dec 4, 2016

We wrap up our 2016 true crime series with a discussion of Richard Linklater’s 2011’s comedic take on the murder of Marjorie Nugent by Bernie Tiede Bernie. Also, Amy reviews Satanic. Enjoy!

 


Film Review – SiREN

Dec 2, 2016

LISTEN to Freddy’s interview with star Hannah Fierman here. SiREN is a very fun monster movie based on the short “Amateur Night” from V/H/S. In this feature length version, director Gregg Bishop takes the simple idea of the wolf in sheep’s clothing and adds a whole slew of hints at a much larger world full …