An academic and a comedian revisit classic spooky films to see if they hold up through today's lens or are at least as good as a typical Ron Howard movie.
#3 - Anthony and Steve revisit Poltergeist
They're here...to review the classic horror tale, Poltergeist. Steve and Anthony provide their thoughts on the Tobe Hooper directed (with an assist from Steven Spielberg) haunted house flick that brought terror to the tract home.
#2 - Anthony and Steve discuss The Last Duel
Already deviating from the show formula of discussing a classic horror film, Steve and Anthony review The Last Duel, starring Matt Damon, Jodie Comer, Adam Driver, and Ben Affleck. This film proves to be a great platform for important conversation. Unlucky for you, Steve and Anthony (yet again) stray toward the superficial.
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#1 - Anthony and Steve Revisit Jaws
The premier episode of Cocoons of Horror has Dr. Anthony Le Donne and comedian, Steve Ausburne revisiting the horror classic, Jaws. Find out if the film holds up while learning a bit about the making of the movie.
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Best chemistry in podcasting
Steve and Anthony are best buds, they grew up together and that shows in the cadence and humor in the podcast. I will be looking forward to this podcast every week. If this podcast was a movie it would be as good if not better than the best Ron Howard movie.
I started listening to Anthony and Steve on Anthony’s GOT book/show podcast. They make a great team and have very different perspectives on some things. Steve is hilarious (I guess he should be, he’s a comedian) and Anthony has a vast amount of knowledge, but is always interested in hearing someone else’s take. If you like horror movies, or movies in general, this is a podcast you should give a try. They have fun with it. It will put a smile on your face, and maybe take you down a couple rabbit holes on the internet.
Love Anthony & Steve
Anthony and Steve’s obvious friendship and long history of riffing off each other tinges their movie reviews with a delightful and warm-hearted glow. Collectively for each episode, they bring comedic and academic perspectives that forage on character arcs, directorial choices, cultural nuances and the wonderful ridiculousness of Bad Hat Harry! If you enjoy Cocoons of Horror, I recommend you find A&S at Perfect Stranger Things and Baldmove’s Electric Bookaloo for Game of Thrones.