Screaming Queenz Ep 33 - GET OUT!

March 9, 2017

Listen to our take on the new horror/comedy/sci fi hybrid from Jordan Peele. Get Out is already causing a stir and with good reason. Horror and social satire are a match made in heaven - but is the film any good? Hear us review it spoiler-free (sort of).



Screaming Queenz Ep 32 - Video Nasties: Possession

February 24, 2017

"This is a movie about a woman who fucks an octopus."

Oh yeah, spoiler alert.

Looking back at the Video Nasties hysteria that swept through the UK in the early 80s, we decided to try something different. And it doesn't come more different that Andrzej Zulawski's polarising arthouse horror 'Possession.' Everybody has a strong opinion about this movie, and the Screaming Queenz are no different. Some of us hate it, some of us love it, and we are not holding back! Spoilers and very bad language lie ahead as a movie about the breakdown of a marriage divides our gang. Who will come out unscathed? Well Martin's got hold of an electric carver, Jonathan's lying face down in the bath and Stephen holds the answer to everything - vegan chicken! Whereas I'm headed for the local subway tunnel with a Netto bag full of eggs and milk and a very dodgy feeling in my stomach... It's gonna get messy!




Screaming Queenz Ep 31 - The Killer Reserved Nine Eyeballs!

February 17, 2017

Giallo fans rejoice, we're talking Italian (like Robert De Niro and Bananarama).

First we discuss the baffling and flawed 1974 giallo 'The Killer Reserved Nine Seats' complete with predatory lesbians, a random ghost in a blue suede suit and more bitchy shade than an episode of RuPaul's Drag Race. Martin reveals just what he does for pocket money whilst I don't like the way Stephen is looking at my dad.

Then we're off to Barcelona on the coach trip from hell with the hilariously camp and crazy 'Eyeball' from 1975. Umberto Lenzi's take on Carry on Abroad comes with more lesbians, extra-marital affairs, a pervy priest, and in a pleasant surprise - a heroine who is both queer and a woman of colour! You could almost forgive his killing of animals in the making of Cannibal Ferox... right? No. Thought not.

Enjoy our latest foray into giallo and beware spoilers! 


Screaming Queenz Ep 30 - Feud! Whatever Happened to Baby Jane

February 3, 2017

The most notorious Hollywood feud peaked in the seminal camp horror classic Whatever Happened to Baby Jane! Joan Crawford and Bette Davis go head to head in a tour de force in Granny Guignol! Hollywood gothic at its best where two washed up actress sisters live out their final days in a rambling villa. Things get murderous when wheelchair bound Blanche hudson tries to escape the clutches of her demented sister Jane. Beloved by a queer audience to the point of worship, this horror movie has inspired drag queens and horror fiends alike for half a century. Hear why in our latest podcast.

Spoilers ahoy...


Screaming Queenz Ep 29 - Neon Demon

January 20, 2017

After a quick spin through what we loved and loathed in 2016, we're throwing up everything we've ever eaten and hitting the catwalk for Nicolas Winding Refn's glossy nightmare vision, 'The Neon Demon'. What does it all mean? Is it actually horror? And most importantly, what is your shade of lipstick? Hear our's in this our first podcast as a group in 2017. And check out our fancy new opening!

Spoilers and bad language from the get-go!


Screaming Queenz Ep 28 - Giallo A Venezia!

January 9, 2017

The first podcast of 2017 with special guest Rachael Nisbet. We discuss the seedier end of the giallo spectrum with the 1979 dubious classic 'Giallo a Venezia'. Giving New York Ripper a run for its money, this little known dirty secret of the giallo genre will make your eyes water. We're horrified and enraptured to discuss this one together. And giggle a LOT at the word 'Fanny'. 

Spoilers ahoy - and a lot of bad language.


Screaming Queenz Ep 27 - Silent Night, Krampus Night!

December 23, 2016

Ever wanted to hear Mariah Carey butchered by Billy in Silent Night, Deadly Night? Then this is the podcast for you! In our second Christmas special we take a look at the cult 1984 slasher flick starring the hottest serial killer in town, then we take on the recent Krampus movie. In the middle of all this we manage to throw some major Mariah shade, and take in a Christmas ghost story or two...

Spoilers ahead - and a hell of a lot of dirty language! PUNISHHHH!


Screaming Queenz Ep 26 - Black Christmas!

December 10, 2016

We're full of scary festive queer cheer for Christmas! Talking ghost stories, the time I saw a creepy Santa creeping up my stairs, checking our lists to see who's been naughty and nice... and we're off to our favourite festive sorority house for the 1974 classic 'Black Christmas'.

Considered the blueprint for the slasher genre, the quirky Canadian horror features Margot Kidder as a camp fabulous drunk, and Olivia Hussey answering the phone a LOT. Not to mention a foul mouthed psycho killer, a drunken sorority mother and my favourite daddy crush John Saxon.

Check out our take on Black Christmas but be warned - spoilers ahead, and the C word. A LOT.


Screaming Queenz Ep 25 - Daughters of Darkness

November 25, 2016

First up we reveal which of the Scream Queens we celebrated in our Halloween special actually didn't like being called a scream queen... can you guess who DM'd us to tell us? Listen and find out!

Then we're off to an empty hotel in rain-soaked Ostend with the Countess Elizabeth Bathory, the Dietrich-styled lesbian vampire who's been swooshing about the planet looking devastating for over 500 years! Hear our gay gasps as we talk through this queer horror classic which doesn't get the praise it deserves.



Screaming Queenz Ep 24 - Tenebrae

November 11, 2016

We're hungover to death and we're tackling Dario Argento's Tenebrae. But even with hangovers we love this movie. Cited by some as Argento's most misogynist giallo, is it misunderstood? A knowing wink to his critics giving them exactly what they like to accuse him of? Whatever way you look at it Tenebrae is a psycho-sexual tour de force, effortlessly stylish, surprisingly forward-thinking for a queer audience, and has some of the best kills in horror history. 

So sit back, nurse your hangover with us, and enjoy our take on a giallo classic! 

Warning: SPOILERS!