Every week, we recommend an independent UK podcast we reckon is worth your time: this week, with a horror tinge to it.
Horror is experiencing a renaissance in modern cinema and filmmakers like Jordan Peele, Ari Aster and Mike Flanagan, are blazing a trail in the genre. While a lot of horror movie podcasts rely on the nostalgia factor of horror cinema of the past, Super Horror Bros believe the genre has never been as varied and great as it currently is, and that it’s their job to highlight that fact.
Hosted by brothers Matt and Mike, who grew up on a diet of watching horror movies together throughout their adolescence, decided to start Super Horror Bros in March 2016. They’re now almost 200 episodes in and still have that life long love for horror films that they always did. While they do also enjoy other genre of film, they always come back to horror and what it means to them as brothers.
Being brothers means they have a bond; a bond that can’t be replicated by friendship. This comes through in each episode of their podcast. Their love of horror is equalled by their love for each other and their shared experiences. They’re incredibly dedicated to the podcast, have a large following on social media and regularly encourage audience participation. They visit FrightFest every year and have dedicated several episodes to those festivals.
Super Horror Bros do exactly what they say they do. They love horror, they’re brothers and they are, indeed, super!
Recommended episode: Episode 162 – 3 From Hell – (25 September 2019) – https://bit.ly/shb3fromhell
Super Horror Bros can be found at https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/superhorrorbros
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All episodes of Super Horror Bros are available to download from Podomatic, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts from.
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