Here is the super spectacular milestone 80th episode of the most fun horror podcast under the MULTI-MEDIA MEN banner called ‘My Bloody Podcast‘, where the show is related to all things HORROR! Here on this new episode, hosts  Bryan Kluger from Boomstick Comics and High Def Digest and Preston Barta of Fresh Fiction and the Denton Record-Chronicle talk about everything we love about horror movies, tv shows, and horror-themed music. Our Feature Presentation this week is all about the 1981 film MY BLOODY VALENTINE.

In our seventy-ninth episode, we discuss a new film called SPIRAL, which is a new film with Chris Rock and Samuel L Jackson that takes place in the ‘SAW’ universe, Sam Raimi coming back to the horror genre and MCU, SXSW 2020 horror announcements, a Mothman documentary, and much more.

Our Bloody Question this week was: “If you could give a Valentine gift to any horror movie character, who would it be and what would you give?” Head over to Reddit to read our listener’s responses.

Our newest segment on My Bloody Podcast is Bloody Tunes, which is where we pick a song that reminds us of the film we are discussing and that we want you to listen to. And you’re gonna love this week’s picks for sure, so get to downloading…

Die Die My Darling by The Misfits

Blood on the Dance Floor by Michael Jackson

Black Hearted Boy by The Fiery Furnaces


The Bloody Recommendations this week were:

Picnic At Hanging Rock


Come To Daddy


Our big topic, of course, is the 1981 film MY BLOODY VALENTINE as Preston and Bryan discuss what makes it work and not work. It was so much fun. This episode is guaranteed to thrill you, chill you, and fulfill you.

And don’t forget to visit iTunes , Stitcher , I Heart Radio, and Spotify to subscribe to our podcast. You can also email us at Enjoy the show and see you next week! Thank you for listening.

By Bryan Kluger

Former husky model, real-life Comic Book Guy, genre-bending screenwriter, nude filmmaker, hairy podcaster, pro-wrestling idiot-savant, who has a penchant for solving Rubik's Cubes and rolling candy cigarettes on unreleased bootlegs of Frank Zappa records.

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