A podcast dedicated to the most reviled of horror subgenres - the slasher movie from the people behind Hysteria Lives! and The Bodycount Continues. Reviews, retrospectives and more! Includes some brief strong language and spoilers.
220) Alone in the Dark (1982)
Anything can happen when you're alone in the dark! We head back to 1982 and a slasher movie directed by someone who hates slasher movies - but still made a good one! We are joined by by extra special guest Michael Ferrari from the Retro Movie Love podcast. Plus recently seen, Erik's joke of the week and so much more!
219) Ice Cream Man (1995)
Do you have a craving for the Ice Cream Man? Mid-90s slasher insanity. Oh, and it's a Nathan pick! Plus recently seen, Erik's joke of the week and so much more!
218) Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)
Bubba didn't do it! But they are going to pay ... Queen of the TV scream, Amanda Reyes, joins us as we look back at this spooky made-for-TV movie with more than a few nods towards the then popular slasher movie. Plus recently seen, Erik's joke of the week and so much more!
217) Nothing Underneath (1985)
Was being a fashion model the most dangerous profession in Italy? Models and mayhem as we cover this fashion forward giallo -which was one of the last big hits of the 1980s. Plus recently seen, Erik's joke of the week and so much more!
216) The Fan (1980)
Jazz hands ahoy! A psycho admirer is on the loose on Broadway. We take a look at THE FAN - a film that started out as a straight thriller and was turned into a slasher (much to its star's displeasure). Juicy background, plus recently seen, Erik's joke of the week and so much more!
215) The Invisible Maniac (1990)
Psycho professor invents an invisibility potion and takes revenge on teenagers that make fun of him. Bras will fly! Oh, yes, it's a Nathan pick. Plus recently seen, Erik's joke of the week and so much more!
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Excellent podcast that entertains and gives you the best information on horror classic.A must to all horror podcast listeners.
Ever since I started listening to your guys’ podcast about a month ago I haven’t been able to stop! From “Superstition” to “Eyeball”, it’s great to listen to passionate and knowledgeable fans talking about the obscure films they love! Hell, it’s fun to listen to y’all talk about films you hate just as much. A great source of entertainment for fans of horror, cult and all-around weird cinema.
Thank You THC..:
I discovered the show a couple of weeks ago while searching for horror based audio to keep me entertained at work and on my commutes there and back. I was born in 1974 and my love for Horror began in 1978 when I was along for a viewing of the original Halloween at the local drive-in. The film left me absolutely terrified of it for years... I would freak out at the sight of The Shape and the sound of the music. My terror turned into fascination and from there to love. Horror Cinema and in particular Slasher films are something I adore. Having grown up amidst the Slasher Boom and the age of home video rental this podcast is like a time machine for me. I’ve started at the beginning and am working my way through them all. Memories have flooded my mind of things I had not thought of since the 70s and 80s. I’ve recalled movies I had lost through the years that I loved as a kid. The Hosts of the show are great and I feel like I am back in grade school with my good pal on the playground talking as fast as we could about all of the horror we had spent our weekends devouring on Beta and VHS. I’ve missed those times and those feelings. Thank you THC for bringing them back to me.