Ghost in the Burbs is a paranormal podcast/blog that Spectral Jess enjoys thoroughly! They are stories told by the talented Liz Sower "about the people who live in Wellesley, MA and the ghosts (and monsters) who haunt them."
The Faculty of Horror is a feminist horror podcast hosted by Andrea Subissati and Alexandra West. Their podcast as they describe, "tackles all things horror with a slash of analysis and academic research." They publish monthly episodes and review some of the best classic and contemporary horror films. These ladies are an absolute delight to listen too.
Women in Caskets -- Horror fans with XX Chromosomes
The women of Women in Caskets are laid to rest in Austin, TX where they follow the local tradition of keeping it weird. When they're not earning a buck somewhere, they can often be found watching, reading, and playing anything related to horror, suspense, and the things that go bump in the night.
With great charisma and dynamic between them, they tackle horror from a feminist point of view. They are funny, intelligent women - please check them out!
Witch Finger Horror Podcast consists of three witchy horror fans who do commentary while watching their favorites from the 80s. These funny women are Yasmina Ketita, Megan Stinson and Morgan Lander. They have episodes on Ghoulies, From Beyond, The Lost Boys, and more!
Dead Ringers is a biweekly podcast covering horror movie double features that share similar DNA, yet still have distinct personalities. It is hosted and produced by Nolan McBride and featuring a rotating cast of co-hosts. The Spinster's of Horror appeared on Episode 22 talking about The VVitch and The Blackcoat's Daughter, the episode can be found here.
The Horror Virgin is a weekly podcast and each week, horror fan Jennifer will take horror virgin Todd through the encyclopedia of horror one movie at a time. Jennifer will gush over Stephen King, and pontificate about the patriarchy and Todd will scream like a little girl at every jump scare. Every. Single. One.
They are witty and hilarious!
Jennifer also writes blogs for the website.
It’s time to wake up from your nightmares and listen to Good Mourning, Nancy!
Hosted by Gracie & Abbey, long-time friends, guilty feminists, and self-proclaimed horror nerds, this podcast about their favorite scary movies will lift your spirits and give you the strength to join the living for the rest of the day!
And That's Why We Drink!
Is a paranormal and true crime podcast hosted by Christine Schiefer, Em Schulz, and boxed wine. Join us every Sunday for some chilling ghost stories and downright terrifying true crime stories
Each week in the queer horror podcast Horror Queers, Joe Lipsett and Trace Thurman tackle a horror film with LGBTQ+ themes, a high camp quotient or both. For these lifelong queer horror fans, there’s as much value in serious discussions about representation as there is in reading a ridiculously silly/fun horror film with a YAS KWEEN mentality. Just know that at no point will they be getting Babashook.
Found on Stitcher, itunes, Spotify and more!
Hosts: Joe @bstolemyremote & Trace @TracedThurman
For the dark hours when you dare not close your eyes. Tales of horror to frighten and disturb. The No Sleep podcast, a multi-award winning anthology series of original horror stories. This podcast features a cast of talented voice actors, rich atmospheric music and sound effects to enhance the frightening tales. This podcast is one of Spinster # 1's favourite to listen to while walking, cooking and just before bed... no wonder she is jumpy.
Buffering the Vampire Slayer is a bi-weekly podcast in which your hosts Jenny Owen Youngs (professional musician and recreational Whedonverse aficionado) and Kristin Russo (professional writer and former goth teen) discuss Buffy the Vampire Slayer, one episode at a time.
Every installment of the podcast also includes a new original song recapping each glorious Buffy episode! *wolf howl*
Podcast: iTunes, Stitcher & Stitcher Premium, Soundcloud, GooglePlay.
Blending academic analysis with fan flailing, Dawn Keetley, Elizabeth Erwin and Gwen Hofmann break down horror in all its forms. They take horror seriously so you don't have to!
They have a podcast, reviews and blog posts.
When the clock strikes 6:66 the Gaylords of Darkness (Anthony Hudson & Stacie Ponder) come forth to chart the arcane world of horror through a queer
Hosted by horror icon Adrienne Barbeau, SHE KILLS explores horror through a female lens with conversations from women in front of and behind the camera – including Karyn Kusama, Dee Wallace, Jennifer Tilly, Illeana Douglas, Polyanna McIntosh and more. Join these maidens of mayhem while they traverse titillating topics like Sex by Death, Damsel’s in Distress, Final Girls, Rape/Revenge and Nunsploitation.
Found on Shudder, Spotify and other podcasting apps.
Nightmare University with Dr. Rebeckah McKendry
Every other week join horror genre professor Dr. Rebekah McKendry alongside a notable genre industry expert as they take a deep look into a specific element of the horror genre. Each 30-45 minute show feel will feel like a lively university class discussing horror history, key players, and important films. This is not an interview show. This is pure horror education.
Found on all podcasting apps!
The Witch Wave with Pam Grossman
The Witch Wave is a podcast for bewitching conversation about magic, creativity, and culture. On each episode, host Pam Grossman (“the Terry Gross of Witches” - Vulture) speaks with a leading visionary about art and Craft.
Website: The Witch Wave
Found on all podcasting apps!
Lore started out as a podcast that exposes the darker side of history, exploring the creatures, people, and places of our wildest dreams. Still going as a podcast there is also a Lore Series on Amazon Prime and Books based on Aaron Mahnke's research and wonderful spooky storytelling.
Podcast found on all podcasting apps!
A podcast about subversive and controversial cinema hosted by Lesbian Vampire, Annie Rose and featuring various guests. A celebration of trash and feminine perversion.
The Pod and The Pendulum is a new horror movie podcast covering every movie in every franchise. From heavy hitters like Friday the 13th, to the direct-to-video titles like Subspecies, we've got you covered.
Every Friday evening, you can catch a new episode of the Ominous Origins Podcast (formerly the Horror Shots Podcast) hosted by Casey Chaplin. Casey is an accomplished writer, photographer, and published author. In his popular podcast, he explores horror history and takes a scholarly look at the mysterious creatures and events of myth, legends, and folklore.
Every haunted place on earth has a frightening, real backstory. Greg (Co-Host of Serial Killers and Cults) takes you on an audio tour of a new haunted place, and it’s haunted history, every episode. Spooky legends, weird histories, and tales of the supernatural... Listen at your own risk. Haunted Places is a production of Cutler Media and part of the Parcast Network. New episodes are released every Thursday.
Ever wonder why anxious people love horror movies? Curious about how having the daylights scared out of you can help you feel better? Hosts Jenn Adams, Lara Unnerstall, and therapist Mike Snoonian break it down (and back it up with academic research) on Psychoanalysis: A Horror Therapy Podcast.
Each month, we’ll take an in-depth look at a topic in the mental health field like anxiety, PTSD, and toxic relationships. For our bi-weekly episodes, we’ll pair topics with a horror film and analyze its plot and characters through the lens of mental health. We’ll also discuss our own mental health experiences and why we love horror.
Zoë Rose Smith is the creator of Zobo With A Shotgun, and also known as Zobo. She is a freelance film journalist that writes for various outlets including Scream Horror Magazine, Horror News Net, Jumpcut Online, The Horrorcist & more. She is the co-host of A Nice Chianti podcast and co-host of The Unrated Cut youtube. Rotten Tomatoes approved film critic. When she’s not indulging in gore, she resides in London, UK where she works in Content Marketing during the day.
New York Times Bestselling author, Grady Hendrix (The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires), brings his lunacy directly into your earholes, educating you on the history of horror in a way that will have you screaming for mercy. But inside your house, no one can hear you scream!
Having survived the dark ages of Whedon-less television, a period of reprieve is approaching as master story-teller Joss Whedon prepares for his return to television with his Victorian sci-fi epic THE NEVERS for HBO.
We're a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to the discussion and dissection of every episode THE NEVERS. Listen in as we review episodes, speculate and discuss the news surrounding this series. We may just re-visit Whedon's past works as well. Also, our very own Spinster #2 is a regular host and contributor on this podcast and blog!
The Final Girls are a UK based film collective exploring the intersections of horror film and feminism through curated screenings, programmes, zines and a podcast.
The Final Girls Podcast is a weekly film discussion podcast exploring the intersections of horror film and feminism.
One Missed Pod
Zack Long and Kelly Warner watch and discuss Japanese horror films, from the latest to the greatest classics; the freakiest and the geekiest.
Our very own Spinster #2, Kelly appeared on their latest episode; One Missed Pod 23: Midori (1994) with Kelly Gredner
Not Suitable for Anyone
A podcast about obscure, micro-budget, under-appreciated, or simply inappropriate films. Whether it's horror, sci-fi, dark comedy, or just an all-around genre-bending film, it's fair game. Join me for the latest news and updates in the underground film community, along with great conversations with filmmakers, writers, and fellow podcasters where anything goes!
Ride the Omnibus
Ride the Omnibus was founded in the belief that ideas are connected across time and space, and that nothing occurs in a vacuum. Our mission as a podcast is to seek out those connections in popular culture that wind through history. We seek to entertain and educate as we explore the intersection of movies, television, books, music... with both the personal and the historical. With stories, with ideas, but most importantly, with compassion.