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Forever Midnight - Horror Movie Podcast
Horror Movie Podcast.
A horror movie podcast for all horror fans, not just know-it-all nerds (and also for know-it-all nerds). Part of the Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 345 ratings
Sinister Episode Turned Me Off
I have enjoyed listening to this podcast for years. In all of the previous episodes, the guys share funny stories and banter. In this episode, they went on and on about some stupid list. They “told” me what movies are scary (Poltergeist?) and what movies are not. It’s one thing to share an...Read full review »
Rayinchgo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/18/21
these guys are hysterical. i bust out laughing every episode. if you are a fan of all horror this is the poscast for you
jjjjjonsssssssssjjj via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/09/21
Hilarious, silly, and smart
If you love funny people talking about terrible movies, then this is the podcast for you. Yes, you're going to hear deep discussions about bodily fluids. But the guys always deliver an entertaining listen. And if you're extra lucky, you'll get to hear a phone call from the now-famous...Read full review »
Jesse Hilsenrad via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/25/21
Recent Episodes
The Forever Midnight Podcast has finally made it to episode 200!!! In this milestone episode, the crew decide to loosen up a bit and kinda go off the rails, talking about the new James Wan friendship-ender "Malignant” (2021) before they hop on the wittle goober bus and head back to school with...
Published 10/05/21
In Forever Midnight's latest episode, the FM3 find themselves once again on the Charles Bandwagon. How they got onboard is anyone's guess, but they are going the distance with the funkiest of films by Full Moon Productions, the 1996 Humpty Lumpty story, “Head Of the Family.” Filled with freaky...
Published 09/14/21
In this episode, The FM3 finally get to dive mouth-first into the sugary-sweet, long-awaited treat, “Candyman” (2021). Filled to the brim with art, violence & bees, Nia DeCosta's visionary, honey-dipped sequel to the 1992 cult classic is an urban folktale for the ages - perfect for old,...
Published 08/30/21
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