100 episodes

Movies from HELL is a Podcast and Website for those who fancy fine Cult, Horror, Exploitation, Experimental and Weird Film.

MOVIES FROM HELL MOVIES FROM HELL

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7 • 34 Ratings

Movies from HELL is a Podcast and Website for those who fancy fine Cult, Horror, Exploitation, Experimental and Weird Film.

    THE PASSING (1983)

    THE PASSING (1983)

    Dan and Bradley are joined by mr. William Mendoza of the most excellent and very great (and highly questionable) film podcast MEN ON FILM. Our film discussed for this episode is the exceptional and very under-viewed film THE PASSING from 1983. A good time is had by all on this episode even as we venture into some pretty dark territory.
    links:
    MFH TWITTER
    BRADLEY TWITTER
    DAN TWITTER
    MEN ON FILM TWITTER
    Mr. MENDOZA ON TWITTER
    MEN ON FILM PODCAST
    MFH WEBSITE
    MFH PATREON

    • 2 hr 31 min
    FRANKENSTEIN

    FRANKENSTEIN

    Dan and Bradley welcome Author and Filmmaker (and Movie Genius) Martin Kessler to the show to discuss Frankenstein. From Shelley to the classic films, modern film adaptions and all things Frankenstein. 
    If you like this episode, please leave a review on itunes, or drop us a note in our Patreon chat.
    links:
    MARTIN TWITTER
    THE PINK SMOKE WEBSITE
    MFH TWITTER
    BRADLEY TWITTER
    DAN TWITTER
    MFH WEBSITE
    MFH PATREON

    • 2 hr 19 min
    THE FILM CAREER OF DIRECTOR WILLIAM GIRDLER

    THE FILM CAREER OF DIRECTOR WILLIAM GIRDLER

    Dan and Bradley welcome their good friend, writer and movie super-genius Mr. Paul G (aka Paul Grammatico) to discuss the short, prolific and impressive career and array of films from the young director William Girdler who before he died at the young age of 30 brought us Aslym of Satan (1971), Three on a Meathook (1972), Zebra Killers (1973), Abby (1974), Sheba, Baby (1974), Project: Kill (1975), Grizzly (1976), and The Day of the Animals (1977). Grizzly was one of the top 10 grossing pictures in the United States in 1976. His final film, The Manitou, was made in 1977 and released a few weeks after his death. (links to wiki).
    This is another wild conversation, with lots of recommendations, so get your pen out and prepare yourself (warning, Bradley is slightly more unhinged than usual on this episode - it is likely due to the excitement of having Paul G on the episode).
    You can find Paul G on Twitter: PAUL G TWITTER 
    you can also find some of his work via: GODLESS PUBLISHING 
     

    • 2 hr 6 min
    THE SWIMMER

    THE SWIMMER

    Dan and Bradley invite the nicest man (and super-cinephile) John Arminio on the podcast to sort of discuss the films of Frank Perry, including THE SWIMMER, MOMMIE DEAREST, DAVID AND LISA, and more.
    links:
    MFH TWITTER
    BRADLEY TWITTER
    DAN TWITTER
    MFH WEBSITE
    MFH PATREON
    JOHN ARMINIO TWITTER
     

    • 2 hr 26 min
    THE FLESH TRILOGY

    THE FLESH TRILOGY

     
    Dan and Bradley discuss Michael Findlay (and a wee bit of Roberta Findlay) and his infamous FLESH TRILOGY with their good friend, The Goddess of film & Film Historion, HEATHER DRAIN aka MONDO HEATHER. It is your typical MFH episode with lots of off-topic discussion and brilliant insights from our guests. Get your pen out, as always because there will be some new stuff (you may not have heard of) and recomendations.
    also, pleas, please do yourself a favor and order The Vinegar Syndrome/Melusine release of Findlay's FLESH TRILOGY featuring full length commentary, on all three films, from non-other than the Goddess herself, Heather Drain - you can order this beautiful set here: VINEGAR SYNDROME/FLESH TRILOGY 
    you can view Heather 's great work here: MONDO HEATHER WEB and you can support her here: MONDO HEATHER PATREON 
    This was previously early release episode, you can get early release episodes and more by becoming a MOVIES FROM HELL PATREON subscriber

    • 2 hr 28 min
    THE GOLDEN GLOVE (2019) and COLD LIGHT OF DAY (1989)

    THE GOLDEN GLOVE (2019) and COLD LIGHT OF DAY (1989)

    originally aired as a Patreon Only Episode

    Join Dan and Brad and their good friend Paul G to discuss a 'killer' double feature. Listen to us discuss the extremely brutal and depressing 1987 film COLD LIGHT OF DAY and the 2019 film (and equally depressing) THE GOLDEN GLOVE. 
    Complete with non-stop ramblings, confessions and highly questionable material, everything you have come to expect from The Movies from Hell podcast, but even more of it?!?!
    we think these movies deserve more attention, especially COLD LIGHT OF DAY, which was also written about by our friend HEATHER DRAIN link to Arrow article
    and here's a bit more about our ballsy and esteemed guest Paul G:
    Paul Grammatico
    Screenwriter, Reviewer, Archivist, Occasional Podcast Guest and Humble Film Head. Killer Shorts Semifinalist, LACHFF, 13Horror and Int. Horror Hotel Winner.

    • 2 hr 2 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

Dr. Funterbach ,

Love Bradley

This is one of the best podcasts ever!

David Meier Smith ,

Well… I tried.

I bounced around and listened to a few: from the beginning and the recent. Not too bad. The guys should research a little more prior to discussing the movie and sounding like idiots. But… I was listening to the Eyes of Fire episode. Never got to them actually talking about THAT movie. And after the DUNE and Denis bashing and saying what a terrible film it was… I unfollowed and deleted. This podcast is not for me, despite surface appearances and similar interests.

Quantum Noise ,

These Kooks Rule

Easily, one of my top three movie podcasts. Bradley and Dan have a great balance of humor and serious film knowledge. Plus, their taste in obscure movies is A+. They’ve influenced my viewing so much. Listen and give them your support!

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