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The Undead Wookie is a fortnightly podcasting focusing on Horror and Science Fiction. However there will be times when we dip into other genres as here at the Undead Wookie our nerdiness know no bounds.

The Undead Wookie Podcast Huw Lloyd

    • TV & Film
    • 4.3 • 15 Ratings

The Undead Wookie is a fortnightly podcasting focusing on Horror and Science Fiction. However there will be times when we dip into other genres as here at the Undead Wookie our nerdiness know no bounds.

    Episode 96 - Pet Semstary (1989)

    Episode 96 - Pet Semstary (1989)

    Episode 96 - Pet Sematary (1989)

    On this episode I’m joined by the one and only Joel G Robertson ( as we take walk through Stephen King’s Pet Sematary (1989). Most listeners will know Joel from the awesome Retro Movie Geek podcast (https://retromoviegeek.com)

    Pet Sematary
    18 1989 ‧ Horror/Thriller ‧ 1h 43m

    Louis Creed and his family move into a new home and try to settle in. However, strange things happen after Louis buries his daughter's cat in an ancient burial ground in the forest behind their house.

    Release date: 19 May 1989 (United Kingdom)
    Director: Mary Lambert
    Sequel: Pet Sematary II
    Adapted from: Pet Sematary
    Music by: Elliot Goldenthal
    Box office: $89.5 million

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    • 1 hr 24 min
    The Exorcist 3 (1990)

    The Exorcist 3 (1990)

    The Exorcist 3 (1990)

    On this episode I am joined by the one the and only Mr Darren Hall, you can find Darren on Twitter @altmoviesinsta and on Instagram @altmovies and we are discussing The Exorcist 3 (1990)

    The Exorcist III is a 1990 American psychological horror film written and directed by William Peter Blatty. It is the third installment in the Exorcist series and an adaptation of Blatty's Exorcist novel Legion (1983). It stars George C. Scott, Ed Flanders, Jason Miller, Scott Wilson and Brad Dourif.

    The Exorcist III is set 15 years after the original film, ignoring the events of Exorcist II: The Heretic. The year that Karras died is listed as 1975 on his headstone, placing the events of the original movie in 1975. It follows a character from the first film, Lieutenant William F. Kinderman, who investigates a series of demonic murders in Georgetown that have the hallmarks of the Gemini, a deceased serial killer.

    Cast
    George C. Scott as Lt. William F. Kinderman
    Ed Flanders as Father Joseph Dyer
    Jason Miller as Patient X/Damien Karras
    Scott Wilson as Dr. Temple
    Brad Dourif as James Venamun/The "Gemini Killer"

    Also on What The Wookie Watched I solo review Touch of Death (1988) and Fear (1990)

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    • 1 hr 43 min
    TUDW EP 95 - The Omen (1976)

    TUDW EP 95 - The Omen (1976)

    Episode 95 - The Omen (1976)

    On this episode I’m joined by the legendary Big Bill Van Veghel, most listeners will know Bill from The Land of the Creeps Podcast and the awesome Phantom Galaxy Podcast (@fantomgalaxy, http://phantomgalaxy.podbean.com/ ) We are The Omen (1976)

    The Omen
    15 1976 ‧ Horror/Mystery ‧ 1h 51m

    The Omen is a 1976 American-British supernatural horror film directed by Richard Donner, written by David Seltzer, and starring Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, David Warner, Harvey Spencer Stephens, Billie Whitelaw, Patrick Troughton, Martin Benson, and Leo McKern. Its plot follows Damien Thorn, a young child replaced at birth by an American ambassador unbeknownst to his wife, after their biological child dies shortly after birth. As a series of mysterious events and violent deaths occur around the family and Damien enters childhood, they come to learn he is in fact the prophesied Antichrist.

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    • 1 hr 19 min
    TUDW EP 94 - Star Trek 2 - The Wrath Of Khan (1982) - 31:03:2021, 15

    TUDW EP 94 - Star Trek 2 - The Wrath Of Khan (1982) - 31:03:2021, 15

    Episode 94 - Star Terk 2: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

    On this episode I am joined by the one and only Darrell Taylor (@theVoice123) you can find Darrell and his awesome collection of podcasts on the taylornetworkofpodcasts.com and when he isn’t there you can find him over at Retro Movie Geek.

    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
    12A 1982 ‧ Sci-fi/Sci-fi ‧ 1h 53m

    Admiral Kirk's midlife crisis is interrupted by the return of an old enemy, the evil Khan, who is looking for revenge and a potentially destructive device.

    Release date: 16 July 1982 (United Kingdom)
    Director: Nicholas Meyer
    Music composed by: James Horner
    Screenplay: Nicholas Meyer, Jack B. Sowards
    Budget: 11 million USD, 12 million USD

    Cast :
    Admiral James T Kirk William Shatner
    Spock Leonard Nimoy
    Dr Leonard "Bones" McCoy DeForest Kelley
    Scotty James Doohan
    Chekov Walter Koenig
    Sulu George Takei
    Commander Uhura Nichelle Nichols
    Dr Carol Marcus Bibi Besch
    David Merritt Butrick
    Captain Terrell Paul Winfield
    Saavik Kirstie Alley
    Khan Ricardo Montalban
    Midshipman Peter Preston Ike Eisenmann
    Joachim Weiss Judson Earney Scott

    Also on What The Wookie Watched I solo review Happy Hell Night (1992) and Death Ship (1980)

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    • 1 hr 27 min
    Episode 93 - Deep Red (1975)

    Episode 93 - Deep Red (1975)

    Episode 93 - Deep Red (1975) by Huw Lloyd

    • 1 hr 43 min
    Episode 92 - Them (1954) & The Black Scorpion(1957)

    Episode 92 - Them (1954) & The Black Scorpion(1957)

    Episode 92 - Them (1954) & The Black Scorpion (1957)

    On this episode I’m joined but the force of nature that is Mr Peter Nielsen (@Peter_Nielsen) and we are talking Them (1954) & The Black Scorpion (1957).

    Them!
    PG 1954 ‧ Sci-fi/Horror ‧ 1h 34m

    Them! is a 1954 American black-and-white science fiction monster film from Warner Bros. Pictures, produced by David Weisbart, directed by Gordon Douglas, and starring James Whitmore, Edmund Gwenn, Joan Weldon, and James Arness.

    The Black Scorpion (1957)
    Sci-fi/Horror ‧ 1h 28m

    Volcanic activity frees giant scorpions from the earth who wreak havoc in the rural countryside and eventually threaten Mexico City. Directed by Edward Ludwig, and starring Richard Denning, Mara Corday, Carlos Rivas, and Mario Navarro.
    The film's stop-motion animation special effects were created by Willis O'Brien.

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    • 1 hr 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

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After hearing and reading about this little gem, I’ve started listening on my way to work! I never used to look forward to that miserable drive, but now I do! I’ve only listened to a few so far and those are of films I’ve seen/know about! Rekindling my love! However, now thanks to Huw and Leighton (the ones I’ve listened to so far) and their extraordinary knowledge of everything film, I have to leave much earlier for work as I find myself pulling over every two mins to write the title of yet another must see film down!
It really is like listening to your mates talk down the pub!
Thanks lads keep it up