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Award-winning director Christopher G. Moore joins the Grue-Crew to discuss the summer shark movie horror film 47 Meters Down. While the underwater and shark scene thrill everyone, the crew is divided over the film’s concluding switcheroo. Doc and Thomas have a difference of opinion on the sci-fi movie Kill Switch featuring Dan Stevens. Good luck with that one. Dave drops into the Horror News of the Week with a couple of trailers for Happy Death Day and Flatliners remake along with the announcement that Kevin Smith is directing a new horror anthology film called Killroy Was Here.  Closing out the show Thomas and Santos participate in a battle of wits with this week’s Stump the Saint!

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Episode 220 – 47 Meters Down (2017) – Kill Switch (2017)
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Kill Switch – What Have You Been Watching

47 Meters Down – Featured Review

SHOWNOTES

INTRO [00:00:41]

HORROR NEWS OF THE WEEK [00:06:09]

  1. Universal and Blumhouse wish you a Happy Death Day!
  2. Gene Simmons looking to trademark the iconic Devilhorns heavy metal hand gesture
  3. Kurt Russell knows the truth is out there!
  4. Flatliners redo gets a trailer – and it doesn’t suck
  5. Kevin Smith horror anthology Killroy Was Here ramps up

SUPPORT HNR [00:34:33]

FEATURE REVIEW [00:35:04]

  • 47 Meters Down (2017)
  • Director: Johannes Roberts
  • Cast: Mandy Moore, Claire Holt, Matthew Modine

ANNOUNCEMENTS [01:13:52]

WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN WATCHING [01:16:02]

  • Kill Switch (2017)
  • Director: Tim Smit
  • Cast: Dan Stevens, Bérénice Marlohe, Tygo Gernandt

STUMP THE SAINT [01:33:16]

FEEDBACK [01:40:26]

  • Thanks to Tear Out the Heart and Victory Records for use of the song Undead Anthem for the intro and outro of the HNR podcast

NEXT WEEK

  • TV Horror w/ Primal Screen, Blood Drive, and The Mist