Christopher Brown looks at horror movie cinema across the globe. Episodes go from the silent age through to modern times.
Introducing a new podcast from Christopher Brown – The Last Horror Podcast
Introducing the latest podcast from Christopher Brown. All about horror, cinema and storytelling.
The future and the end
What next for horror and cinema in general? The last episode tries to see what the future is.
Digital growth, VOD and the return to cinema
Films are more freely available than they ever have been. Horror films can stream on Youtube and Netflix but people are still heading towards the cinema
African nasties and a different underground
Nigeria and South Africa dominate a brief discussion on film from this part of the world
Egypt, Turkey, UAE
A brief look at films from Egypt, Turkey and a Tobe Hooper film from the UAE
9/11, a foreign threat and present day US mainstream
After the twin tower attacks horror changed. The birth of torture porn and the return to retro shocks. America realised that the reason the killer might be the house was that they might not just like them.
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A must listen for movie fans.
This a a great piece of film journalism, wonderfully researched and genially presented. It's comprehensive but never feels overwhelming, with smart choices on what is and isn't included. If you're into horror, or wider movies for that matter, don't hesitate, just subscribe.
The Hammer and Amicus episodes are kinda special, The show improves with every instalment. Got my Alan Frank books out for reference. The theme to the show is great. (Run The Jewels/ El-P?) Who is it? Much love. Look forward to the next 'un.
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After the hugely successful transition from video nasties podcast to book, Chris brown goes macro with a history of horror. Only two eps in and I'm hooked. Not surprising I was hooked to his Video Nasties one too. Like I said on my review of that podcast Chris's style is easy on the ears and the content informative. He's like his very own public service broadcaster ... Well I think there's a public good coming from what he does ... Get on it