Scream 5 (simply titled Scream) is the franchise's return to the big screen.  This latest installment  is the first film in the series without horror legend Wes Craven in the director's chair and that prompts Joe and Eddie to explain what Ghost Face, Sidney and the gang mean to them.  Is SCREAM perhaps the best franchise in the slasher subgenre of horror?

What does SCREAM mean to you?

While 2021 provided some wonderful scares, it's onward to 2022!  Movie theaters are open again, and while Candyman, Jigsaw, Michael Myers, Godzilla and Kong had their first-run streaming debuts last year, Ghost Face will make her (or his) return to the big screen this year!


Let the new year of horror BEGIN!

Merry Christmas!  Joe and Eddie talk about some scary (and not so scary) horror flicks surrounding the holiday season.

The Red River Horror team are all HUGE fans of the 1984 classic Ghostbusters.  With a so/so sequel that Gen X hates, a 2016 reboot that most everyone (except for kids) hates -- how does Ghostbusters: Afterlife fare?  Joe and Eddie share their thoughts.

Red River Horror's Joe Z. and Eddie C...did not like Halloween Kills.  But, that's OK!  They've given it more than a month to marinate before sharing their thoughts publicly.  While many Halloween fans enjoyed Kills, episode 67 of the RRH podcast roasts the latest installment of the franchise. 

There's a new type of haunted attraction, and it can be found right in Red River Horror's home city of Philadelphia, PA.  RRH podcast host Joe Zakrzewski (@RedRiverJoe) got to experience it -- all alone...in a secret location right here in the City of Brotherly Love.  Welcome to Joe's tale of Spektra Pulse's UNRAVEL; an immersive horror experience.

The Audio-streams continue down the Channels of Fear as Eddie Caiazzo catches up with with audiobook narrator Jennifer Knighton on her latest release Rock & Roll Nightmares: Along Comes Scary: '60s Edition Short Stories.  Why is Eddie's favorite number 27 so important?  Find out in the music, humor and horror from musical horror tales set in the 1960s!

Joe Zakrzewski and Eddie Caiazzo speak frequently about music on the Red River Horror podcast.  This week, they enlist the help of Melissa Caiazzo to formulate the perfect song selection for spooky season.  But, this isn't your typical Halloween playlist.  This episode gets into songs ranging from Halloween radio classics, movie themes and soundtracks, genre artists and much more.

As Zombie Dave Reda's new short film As Good As Dead hits the festival circuit, Red River Horror's Joe and Eddie learn all about the film, the indie filmmaking process, and yes...ZOMBIES!

Spooky season continues with another great audiobook for your listening pleasure -- Rock & Roll Nightmares: Gory Days: '80s Edition Short Stories.  Andy Garrison, the narrator of Gory Days was kind enough to spend some time talking about the book, and his full-time gig as an acting coach and owner of the Actor Training Studio in Kansas City, MO.  Don't let these gory days pass you by in the wink of a young girl's eye, boss -- enjoy the show!

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