WINCHESTER (2018) HORROR MOVIE REVIEW – The Double Toasted podcast reviews the film about the Winchester: The House That Ghosts Built. Don’t get too excited though because the story you’ve once heard about the Winchester will not be explored in this non-biographical horror flick, as we show clips from the movie as well as clips from the trailer, as we attempt to find out if this movie is as good as The Conjuring, or the Insidious franchise! However, we want to know what YOU guys feel about this movie, so getaway from those Big Game Superbowl teaser trailers, and let us know what you felt about the trailer and our review of Winchester in this funny video!

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Tissan Young says:

Copped a DT shirt for myself and got it in the mail today. We live out here!

infamous420 hip hop says:

Im getting really bored of all these ghost,paranormal, demon,jumpscare horror movies.


This movie reminds me of Crimson Peak

EdgarAllenHoe says:

If my white ass doesn’t look like Helen Mirren when I’m 72 I’m going to take it as a personal attack


I don’t think I could have seen this in the theater because I’m laughing too hard at the random hand popping out

May May says:

winchester? oh no, why are they mocking sarah winchester? sigh

michael Cavanaugh says:

Teens walking out happen when I saw it too.

Gabriel Crosley says:

While I do see where Martin is coming from when he said that the plot reminded him of A Cure for Wellness, I’d have to say that the two objectives were a bit different. In A Cure for Wellness, the main character was tasked with bringing someone back with him. In Winchester, the character is to assess someone and report back with the findings.

Lawrence Taylor says:

There’s never a dull moment with the double toasted crew, keep it you guys.

Guy Says says:

You’re anger will never defeat us.
*gets owned instantly after saying that*

Leilane Sousa says:

review Mom & dad

Raeyne Jaymeson says:

I know the story, I know all about the house, but.. I knew Hollywood would take a creepy story and make it into thing that was insanely stupid.

ill.Lucid says:

Please review the new Mission Impossible trailer

Clint Jonathan says:

Hans Solo trailer review please?

OngoingSky93 says:

I’m soo over films like this. Cheap jump scares and dark lighting and “based off “true” events” bs.

Manny Male says:

I finally got my shirt, after the delayed shipping, awesome.

Michael Freedman says:

Call Sam and Dean.

Big Boss Theodore Stuckmann says:

That old lady looks hot

Jared White says:


Zare Leonis says:

Helen Miran NEEDS to be Madam Web!!!!

thething75191 says:

great review Korey, really funny!

Jesse Collins says:

Be very very quiet, we are hunting houses


You guys have a lot to talk about after what was released last night

Eddie Sto says:

That durex commercial was pretty fucking scary!

Cas Saucedo says:

Hey fellas can y’all have a convo about the Uma Thurman New York Times piece about her car crash on the set of Kill Bill 2 ?

Yan D'nat says:

I saw this movie the first time in the 90’s, it was call rose red. A Steve King book based on the same house.

omooshun94602 says:

The house is not creepy anymore. Just took a tour last week. It was actually boring. Which is sad. I think all the ghosts have moved on lol!! I was hoping the movie would be good.

Darrius Cooper says:

The Road to Wellness sounds like a romantic comedy.

the riddler says:

did you guys like clover field?


You guys should review the trailor for A Quiet Place.

kawaiialicia says:

Winchester Brothers!!

animeSelect says:

It’s funny cuz they were marketing this towards the Supernatural TV fans like me (Sam and Dean Winchester that show) and I highly doubt even that will help them this opening weekend. Like y’all tried it.

Voeris says:

thanks for the laughs bois 🙂

qer qrd says:

Helen Mirren is a washed up FEMINAZI cunt that could play an older naomi watts

Roeas Veyriel says:

I was hoping for another Shaun of the Dead film with The Winchester.

Daniel Dunlap says:

William Winchester may have invented the Winchester repeating rifle, but John Moses Browning perfected it. Praise be to him, John Moses Browning.

Master SHANGO says:

This is the first funniest review for 2018. Couldn’t stop laughing all through.

Cordell Davis says:

When are ya’ll gonna react to the teaser trailer of The Quiet Place?

Igor Radovanović says:

Great work of this two directors Michael Spierig and Peter Spierig. Keep it up with a good work.
Alredy watched movie on this page, here link:

J says:

I’m guessing you guys were so busy with the super bowldidn’t get a chance to see Hostiles?anyways, this movie was doomed from the start with that ridiculous review embargoeverything says it’s boring and Helen Mirren looks bored being there

dmcarden says:

Sigh….saw it this past weekend before your review… definitely wish I had skipped it…and yes.. I nodded off through most of the movie..hell, speaking of Winchester, the Supernatural TV show with Dean and Sam Winchester? Much better than this movie!

Noelle Rosalee says:

wait I thought they filmed in the actual house???

Ruben Garcia says:

Den of Thieves?

Frank Garcia says:

Can’t wait for the cloverfield paradox review

Doug Unfunny says:

why is does the title have horror in it? its not like korey is trying to make the review scary.

Lazereye57 says:

Such a waste of potential.
The Winchester house and mythos alone could make an incredible horror movie.

Instead they went for the most basic horror movie tropes.

Stephen Nootens says:

this reminds me of a Stephen King Mini-series about a haunted house, Rose Red.

Sinister Sweet says:

Ugh. Wasted opportunity. Here’s a couple details on what they changed from history:

Sarah Winchester DID build the house to appease the spirits of those killed by Winchester rifles, but most of the victims she believed she had to appease were Native Americans because Winchester rifles were used to effectively eradicate them and a psychic told her she was cursed by the native spirits after her husband and daughter died. It was “the gun that won the west.” If you ever go to the house you’ll find a statue of an Indian brave in the front yard that she had made as a tribute.

The randomness of the house and strange rooms were not made as ghost “suites.” They were made to confuse the spirits once they arrived, as she believed that the ghosts would try to harm her. Sarah essentially created a maze to “confuse” the spirits. She even had three different bedrooms built that she would randomly sleep in, so the spirits couldn’t find her even in her sleep.

Isn’t that WAY more creepy?

Also this movie was shot partially on location. I was going to school in San Jose and popped in for a tour of the mansion at the time. There were sections of the house we were not allowed to go in because they were filming the movie over several weeks.

Mark Hazleton says:

They EASILY could have made this movie creepy like hotel in The Shining. NAH… make it PG-13 and cheap.

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