We're just two die-hard horror fans presenting new thoughts and takes on both favorite and obscure horror films from yesterday to today. We watch and review one horror movie a week from the perspective of fun, with a little film criticism thrown in.
John Saxon was a longstanding veteran of screen and TV, with more than 200 credits to his name, perhaps most prominent in the horror community for his role as Nancy's mother in the Nightmare on Elm Street series. Daria Nicolodi may not be a household name in the USA, but as a frequent collaborator and lover of Dario Argento, she had a role in some of his most notorious Italian horror and giallo pics, including a star turn in Deep Red and as the co-writer of Suspiria.
Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell
Looking back at 2020, one of the more prominent film industry figures who passed on was David Prowse. He may not be a household name, and you may not even have recognized him if you passed him on the street. But he was certainly a big part of your life if you were ever a Star Wars fan, as his performance as Darth Vader captivated generations. The champion bodybuilder from Bristol didn't do too much film work outside of that iconic franchise, but thankfully for us he put in a couple turns as Frankenstein's monster for the Hammer House of Horror in the 70's. Enjoy today's homage to the superior of the two roles.
After years of doing this podcast, we've been really scraping the bottom of the barrel to find New Years-themed horror films. An unfortunate production history led to an interesting discussion of this film that even WE can't believe lasted about an hour.
We feel fully justified in pulling out one of our favorite movies ever and reliving it with you this holiday season. Happy Holidays, loyal listeners!
Anna and the Apocalypse
If you're looking for a legit, lighthearted yet heartfelt romp, filled with catchy songs and great dance numbers, check out Wicked. Or you could watch this movie too. Wicked doesn't have nearly as many zombies.
What do you expect with a professional wrestler carrying the show? Don't expect much, but anyway, it's fun for a certain crowd.
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I love this show. I only discovered it at Christmas, but quickly worked through their back catalogue. The hosts come across as friendly and funny, and just plain enjoy movies.
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