In each episode of the Campfire IndoctriNation Podcast we review one film and determine if it is a KILLER or merely a victim.
Ep. 33 - Damnation Alley w Eliot Hochberg
Eliot Hochberg of the Never Not Funny podcast joins Aaron and Duc to discuss the 1977 film "Damnation Alley". Can stars like Jan-Michael Vincent, George Peppard and Jackie Earle Haley drive the Landmaster to a KILLER conclusion? Listen and find out
Ep. 32 - Friday the 13th (1980)
Friday the 13th recorded on Friday the 13th, in person, around a real campfire! We discuss the one that began the series. What happens to Kevin Bacon? Where is Jason? Will Derek cosplay as Pam? Is this movie a KILLER or merely a victim?
Ep. 31 - The Thing (1982) w Nick Ulin
Kurt Russell, Wilford Brimley, Keith David and more battle an other-worldly being at Antarctic Outpost 31. Join us around the Campfire with special guest Nick Ulin to discuss if J&B Scotch cures diabetes and the Norwegian military's grenading skill.
Ep. 30 - The Purge (2013)
Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey navigate a world of governmental indifference to its violent citizenry. You know, fiction... Also, a specter appears. Aaron, Derek and Duc discuss the 2013 film, The Purge. Is this film a KILLER or merely a victim?
Ep. 29 - Nightmare Cinema (2018)
Five strangers converge on a haunted theater run by the Projectionist (Micky Rourke). Joe Dante, Mick Garris, and others present a horror anthology of your nightmares. Derek and Aaron determine if this movie is a KILLER or merely a victim?
Ep. 28 - Death House (2017)
Bill Moseley, Dee Wallace, Barbra Crampton,Tony Todd, Kane Hodder, Gunnar Hansen and more... What could go wrong? Will this horror icon filled film rise to its pedigree or sink to the 9th level of Hell? Derek and Aaron discuss 2017's Death House is it a KILLER or merely a victim?
Fun horror podcast. Check them out!
Friends Til The End
It's a cool concept for a podcast. An old horror movie veteran shows a film to his old friend who is new to the genre and they walk thru the movie together. Plus their rapport is great having been friends for so long.
Enjoyable movie podcast.
This is a couple of folks sitting around chatting about movies. It reminds me of hanging out with my friends. I like the alternative version part.