The best 70’s horror movies according to The Grawlix Podcast. Originally streamed live via Twitch.
The Grawlix Podcast
A podcast about comic books, web comics, and other geek culture media. Each episode they discuss a graphic novel or trade paper back selected by listeners as well as feature ongoing series spotlight segments. They also release special interview episodes with guests including comic creators, podcasters, and others involved in nerd culture.
The Grawlix Podcast discusses The Sandman: Preludes & Nocturnes which features the first 8 issues of the iconic Neil Gaiman comic book series.
Randy and Paul discuss TV & movie news and for once there is one story that isn’t about sequels, spin-offs, or remakes! Most of them are, though. They also discuss why some horror films fall flat and more.
The Grawlix Podcast reviews Stardust, the 2007 film based on Neil Gaiman’s novel of the same name. Plus reboots and resurrections galore in the entertainment news.
In this live episode, the Grawlix Podcast reviews the 2004 pre-MCU Marvel film, The Punisher.
In this impromptu Friday the 13th Livecast Randy, Paul, and Jesse talk about long running horror movie franchises, where fanart sits in a world owned by Disney, hitchhikers, and more.
This episode the Grawlix night shift discusses memorable movie soundtracks. They also run down recent movie headlines and talk about the Jojo Rabbit, Black Christmas, and Bad Boys For LIfe trailers.
The Grawlix Podcast discusses the final Joker trailer before proceeding to shred Brightburn to pieces. Was it really that bad, though!?
Massive episode! Massive and sloppy. Just the way you like it. We discuss the Sony & Disney/Marvel split over Spider-man, Spider-man films in general, Matrix 4 news, and more. Then we dive into a pre-MCU Marvel film, The Punisher from 2004. Be sure to check out our regular podcast series, The Grawlix Podcast and Grawlix …
This episode is our overdue Deadly Class Vol. 1: Reagan Youth review. Sure, our report is late (and a C- if we’re lucky) but the material is a straight A. For extra credit we also discuss our surprising lack of interest in the Swamp Thing DC Universe series, how the 2018 Halloween Michael Myers may …