This week we took to the midtown outdoors to record our review of Alice Lowe's directorial debut Prevenge. The horror comedy will be theaters in NY & LA, and will be coming to SHUDDER on March 24th.
Darren talks about his trip, and we cover our brackets for Save Horror's Madness. Fill out your own and share with us!
This week Mindy reminisces over two soundtrack-heavy horror staples: Tom Holland's Fright Night (1985) & Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995)! She's joined by previous guest Jaxon Dillon-Fish, and Brian Carr to talk these two genre staples.
This week Darren's been watching a lot of films...we catch up and talk Rezort, A Cure for Wellness, and many more. Some good, but most bad, on this week's Lunch Hour Review.
Darren and Mindy bring in "Little Sister" director and Herschell Gordon Lewis expert/fanatic, Zach Clark to talk all things HGL. We discuss the Godfather of Gore's most popular films, focusing on 1963's "Blood Feast", 1964's "Two Thousand Maniacs!", 1965's "Color Me Blood Red", and ending with the 1970 great "The Wizard of Gore"!
From The Women in Caskets podcast, Jen & Dawn join us to talk about Films of the New French Extremity with Alexandra West (who wrote the book!). We discuss perhaps the most challenging modern genre of horror, and explore mixed feelings about the breakout High Tension (2003), and 2008's Martyrs. #WiHM
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A first for us, we recorded this episode in Mindy's car! Darren talks Crazyhead, the British comedy-horror series created by Howard Overman, and Mindy and Jaxon report on The Purge: Election Year.
Sneaking up behind you comes SLIME! We bring you tales of goo, sludge, and ooze come to terrorize mankind. Starting with Larry Cohen's The Stuff, The Green Slime (1968) by Kinji Fukasaku, Steve McQueen's 1958 The Blob, and the 1988 Blob remake directed by Chuck Russell.