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NOTLP Studio

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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Sep 27, 2016

Hispanic Heritage Month wraps up with a discussion of Louis Fowler’s final pick, Children of Men. Amy and Freddy review Most Likely to Die for Straight-to-Video Russian Roulette. Enjoy!

Bonus content for app users is a discussion of “Stranger Things” Episode 7: “The Bathtub.” Apple:


Sep 18, 2016

Hispanic Heritage Month continues with a discussion of Louis Fowler’s second pick, México Bárbaro. Amy reviews Fruit Chan’s Na yeh ling san, ngo joa seung liu Wong Gok hoi wong dai bou dik hung Van (AKA The Midnight After) for Straight-to-Video Russian Roulette. Enjoy!

 

Bonus content for app users is a discussion...


Sep 13, 2016

This week’s podcast is a little something to tide you over while you wait for our coverage of this year’s horror hound weekend Indianapolis horror convention. Portals to Possibility is a comedy podcast starring Amy Morris, Kelley Kombrinck, and Mike Chiseck. It is written and directed by Alison Rampa and produced by...


Sep 5, 2016

Andy reviews Die Präsenz (The Presence) for Straight-to-Video Russian Roulette. Louis Fowler returns to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with The Pest. Enjoy!