Scream 101 Podcast

Hosted by Brennan Klein and Sergio Huerta

A horror movie review podcast where a horror buff and his non-horror friends watch and review a scary movie ranging from the retro to the modern to the terrifying to the bizarre. Every month, they follow a different genre that neither of them know much about, starting with the hits and diving into the deeply obscure.

New episodes are available every weekend!

Email us at scream101podcast@gmail.com

Fund Raiser Month #3: KILLER CONDOM (1996) w/ Patrick Hamilton

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Our fund raiser month reaches its epic finale with guest host Patrick Hamilton of the Kill by Kill podcast! As requested by Mylo Mook, we sit down to discuss the 1996 German horror comedy KILLER CONDOM!

Join us as we review the film, discuss the cognitive dissonance of Germans attempting to make a movie set in gritty New York City, and try to understand why we’re having so many feelings about a movie called KILLER CONDOM.

Find Patrick and his podcast on Twitter: @killbykillpod

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

Fund Raiser Month #2: DEAD & BURIED (1981) w/ Ryan Larson

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Our fund raiser month continues in earnest, though with a different movie as promised! At the request of Patrick Hamilton, who donated to Everytown and got to pick the topic of this episode, Brennan is being joined by Ryan Larson (Keep Screaming, Ghastly Grinning) to discuss the 1981 slasher/zombie/voodoo flick DEAD & BURIED!

Join us as we review the film, try and fail not to get distracted by other slasher flicks whenever we mention them, compare this movie to everything from THE FOG to JAWS to GREASE, and try to figure out what the hell is going on!

Find Ryan on Twitter everywhere: @ryanlarson @screamingcast @ghastlygrinning

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

Fund Raiser Month #1: THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE (1982) w/ BJ Colangelo

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Our fund raiser month has begun! At the request of Tristian Comer, who donated to Everytown and got to pick the topic of this episode, Brennan is being joined by BJ Colangelo to discuss the 1982 slasher classic THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE!

Join us as we review the film, try not to get distracted by other slasher movies whenever we mention them, dig deep into feminist subtext, and discuss the movie’s influence over arthouse cinema!

Find BJ on Twitter @bjcolangelo! Look for that blue check!

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

2018 Horror Month #4: THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT

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Sergio is still away working on finals, so our third pre-recorded episode catching up on 2018 horror will be covering the decade-later sequel THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT!

Join us as we review the film, discuss a bit of Johannes Roberts’ previous horror efforts, and have a heated debate about the value of the 80’s.

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.m

2018 Horror Month #3: WINCHESTER

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Sergio is still away working on finals, so our second pre-recorded episode catching up on 2018 horror will be covering the quasi-true story flick WINCHESTER!

Join us as we review the film, talk a lot about a child’s haircut, and have a bit of a meltdown as we discuss the climax.

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

2018 Horror Month #2: A QUIET PLACE

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Sergio is still away working on finals, so our second pre-recorded episode catching up on 2018 horror will be covering the new release flick A QUIET PLACE!

Join us as we review the film, get really confused about the schedule for this month, and get really mad at the 12-year-olds in the movie theater.

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

2018 Horror Month #1: INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY

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For this month, while Sergio is away working on finals, we’ll be running a series of episodes we recorded over the year as we watched the hot hit movies of the day! This week, we’re beginning with Adam Robitel’s INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY!

Join us as we review the film, discuss some of the more confusing character moments, and basically only talk about Javier Botet.

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

Stalker Month #4: THE ROOMMATE (2011)

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Stalker month is taking a detour to the modern age in this final episode, which covers the 2011 Single White Female riff THE ROOMMATE!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio criticizes the sex scenes, Brennan tries to pronounce Cam Gigandet, and we rank the four movies we watched this month!

Ten Word Reviews: Thoroughbreds

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

Stalker Month #3: THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE (1992)

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Stalker month has returned to the watershed year of 1992 with the baby-making stalker epic THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio brags about his claw machine prize, Brennan lusts after the hot dad, and we get very excited about what is admittedly an extremely brief appearance by Julianne Moore!

Ten Word Reviews: N/A :(

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me 

Stalker Month #2: FATAL ATTRACTION (1987)

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Stalker month is going back in time for the Oscar-nominated classic FATAL ATTRACTION!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio defends Glenn Close’s haircut, Brennan calls out 80’s misogyny, and we discuss how when life gives you rabbits you should make rabbit stew!

Ten Word Reviews: Annihilation, Red Sparrow, The Ritual

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me 

Stalker Month #1: SINGLE WHITE FEMALE (1992)

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Stalker month has begun and it’s time to get down and dirty with a little 1992 shocker we like to call SINGLE WHITE FEMALE!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio gets excited about an incinerator, Brennan mostly just wants to talk about THE FAN , and we have a war about haircut jokes!

Ten Word Reviews: Black Panther, Every Day, Game Night

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

Oscar Skeleton #4: Richard Jenkins in BONE TOMAHAWK (2015)

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Oscar season has drawn to a swift and brutal end as we explore Best Supporting Actor Nominee Richard Jenkins in the 2015 horror Western BONE TOMAHAWK.

Join us as we review the film, Sergio boasts about the beautiful Southern California landscapes, Brennan picks apart the credited roles on the back of the DVD, and we discuss the most frightening sound in cinema history!

Ten Word Reviews: Fifty Shades Freed, Peter Rabbit, Clockwatchers

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

Oscar Skeleton #3: Laurie Metcalf in SCREAM 2 (1997)

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Our Oscar season keeps on trucking as we visit Best Supporting Actress nominee Laurie Metcalf in her second best role: as Debbie Salt in 1997’s SCREAM 2!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio brings up Sam Waterston for no reason, Brennan discovers a two hour movie he’s not mad at, and we dive into the dark past of Aunt Jackie!

Ten Word Reviews: The Open House, Fifty Shades Darker, Darkest Hour, The Cloverfield Paradox

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me 

Oscar Skeleton #2: Daniel Kaluuya in CHATROOM (2010)

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Oscar season continues as we explore a little nugget in the past of Best Actor nominee Daniel Kaluuya. He’s one of the few people EVER to be nominated in the acting category for a horror film, but Get Out wasn’t his first rodeo. We’ll be exploring his earlier work in the 2010 Hideo Nakata thriller CHATROOM!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio says a lot of Game of Thrones character names that sound made up, Brennan is perplexed by a harajuku department store, and we uncover a deep dark secret about Kaluuya’s early role!

Ten Word Reviews: The Post, Phantom Thread, Northanger Abbey (novel)

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me 

Oscar Skeleton #1: Frances McDormand in DARKMAN (1990)

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It’s time for Brennan’s favorite time of the year to begin in earnest: Oscar season! As we dig the horror movie skeletons out of the closets of four acting nominees this month, we begin with Frances McDormand’s turn as a superhero love interest in Sam Raimi’s 1990 genre mash-up DARKMAN!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio bemoans the crude CG effects, Brennan gets very excited about a false leg, and we take a look at some potential great Darkman gifs!

Ten Word Reviews: Forever My Girl, Paddington, Paddington 2

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

Horror Parody Month #4: REPOSSESSED (1990)

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This week, we close out parody month by celebrating Linda Blair’s birthday with the 1990 Exorcist parody REPOSSESSED!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio has an issue with comic timing, Brennan has an existential crisis when he remembers that The Starving Games exists, and we remind you to vote in our annual Screamie Awards (link on Twitter and Facebook)!

Ten Word Reviews: Babe: Pig in the City, Proud Mary, The Commuter

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me

Horror Parody Month #3: VAMPIRES SUCK (2010)

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In week 3 of parody month, we explore a kinda-sorta hit of Brennan’s high school years: VAMPIRES SUCK!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio plays Devil’s advocate on a terrible joke, Brennan mostly just talks about The Hangover, and we argue for way too long about Cheetos.

Ten Word Reviews: The Polar Bears, The Mountain Between Us, Babe

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me