Check out the latest episodes of the Certified Forgotten Podcast!

Every episode, co-hosts Matt Donato and Matt Monagle are joined by a special guest who presents and champions a horror film with 10 or fewer Rotten Tomatoes critic reviews.

Uterus Horror with Molly Henery


Najarra Townsend The Stylist

Intimate Fears of the Service Industry in ‘The Stylist’

November 30th, 2023 • Devaughn Taylor

DeVaughn Taylor explains why Jill Gevargzian’s ‘The Stylist’ hits especially hard for people who work in the service industry.

Julia Garner We Are What We Are

Breaking Free From Trauma in ‘We Are What We Are’

November 20th, 2023 • Molly Henery

Molly Henery writes about the depiction of cannibalism, trauma, and adolescence in Jim Mickle’s ‘We Are What We Are.’

Satan's School for Girls

Pentagrams, Crows, and ‘Satan’s School for Girls’

November 10th, 2023 • Victoria Jaye

Victoria Jaye explains why the ‘Satan’s School for Girls’ remake endures as an important time capsule of witches in 2000s popular culture.

Vincent Price the Hilarious House of Frightenstein

How Vincent Price Headlined ‘The Hilarious House of Frightenstein’

November 9th, 2023 • Ryan Uytdewilligen

Ryan Uytdewilligen explains the unlikely marriage of horror icon Vincent Price and Canadian kid’s show ‘The Hilarious House of Frightenstein.’

All the Boys Love Mandy Lane Amber Heard

The Sun-Soaked Subversion of ‘All the Boys Love Mandy Lane’

November 2nd, 2023 • Liam Griffin

Liam Griffin tackles the sun-soaked horror subversion of Jonathan Levine’s ‘All The Boys Love Mandy Lane.’

Kristy Swanson Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Coming of Age With ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’

October 31st, 2023 • Molly Henery

For a special Halloween edition of her Uterus Horror column, Molly Henery digs into the movie version of ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer.’

Disturbing Behavior James Marsden

The Untapped Promise of ‘Disturbing Behavior’

October 30th, 2023 • Patricia Miranda

If there is an undisputed contender in the what-ifs of cinema history, it would have…

Friendly Beast

‘Friendly Beast’ Breaks Down Polite Society

October 27th, 2023 • Livia Reim

Livia Reim returns to Certified Forgotten with an essay on ‘Friendly Beast,’ Gabriela Amaral’s wickedly sharp Brazilian thriller.

The Horrors of ‘Savageland’ Go Beyond the Screen

October 23rd, 2023 • Sarah Miles

Sarah Miles explains how ‘Savageland’ uses the faux documentary subgenre to craft a perfect political horror story for modern America.

The Third Saturday in October

Telling and Retelling in ‘The Third Saturday in October’ Duology

October 17th, 2023 • Eric Langberg

Eric Langberg returns with a thoughtful breakdown of the metatextual ‘The Third Saturday in October’ duology.

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