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Richard, Brad, Jeffrey, and Simon talk about horror movies, the giallo genre, Euro-horror, and all kinds of other things and stuff. Check out Doomed Moviethon: http://doomedmoviethon.com Richard's blog: http://doomedmoviethon.blogspot.com Brad's blog: http://yellowrazor.blogspot.com/ Jeffrey's blog: http://nessuntimore.blogspot.com/ Simon's blog: http://creatures-of-light-and-darkness.blogspot.com/ The archives of the show can be found here: http://www.doomedmoviethon.com/?page_id=20 We're o ...
 
This is S.A. Bradley, and I’m a life-long horror lover. This podcast combines horror history, personal observations, common themes, and cultural trends to tell a story with each episode. Here we talk about all things horror. Horror movies, books, comics, hosts, conventions. The door swings wide here, and all types of horror are welcome. Each episode covers some aspect of horror with lots of viewing or reading suggestions for you to check out. I want to start conversations with people about a ...
 
Trashcore: Girls, Grind 'n' Gore Wild Card Kitty brings you an R-Rated podcast to accompany her internet radio show of the same name! The occasional special guest intersperces the musings in this show specialising in all things trashy, pulp fiction and just a little bit sexy with a retro feel. So if you love Horror, B-movies, Hair Metal, Rock 'n' Roll, Burlesque and the bizarre- this is the show for you.
 
Show on DDR. Every 4th Thursday. Rashers Tierney & Beardy bring you a no fixed abode approach to the rinsing sound. Session mash ups to leave you flat upon your back. Send promos to hollerddr@gmail.com Look us up on Podcast Addict, iTunes, Stitcher or any of those other things you use to subscribe and you can add us straight to your Jiggerwatt.
 
From the creators of Eric Roberts is the Man, Cinema Smorgasbord is an umbrella brand for a collection of all new themed podcasts including the Jackie Chan-themed We Do Our Own Stunts, the genre film festival celebration Cinema Fantastica, How Do You Do Fellow Kids: The Work of Steve Buscemi, Whatever Happened To Vic Diaz, and more! All hosted by your beloved ERITFM hosts Doug Tilley and Liam O’Donnell
 
VCinema is a cult film review podcast which looks to take a close look at obscure and slightly forgotten movies from the past. Asian cinema, Italian genre fare or anything else that takes our interest. Coffin Jon and Josh hope to entertain as well as inform their audience!
 
Mixing musings on the cream of the B-movies with moon-eyed tributes to his beer of the moment, your host JT rolls out loving assessments of the zombie flicks, slashers and giallo gems that bejeweled the tail-end of the 20th century. Loving assessments, mind you, that are tempered with deep-dive analysis of key scenes and characters. So raise a glass to blood and black beer with JT Horror!
 
This Prohibition era southern Appalachian giallo, told by cricket journalist and eyewitness Benji Ogden, reveals a mammoth conspiracy of horror and intrigue. Hired by rivals to follow a bootlegging chemist, Benji unwittingly bumbles into a hypnotic empire, arriving in a phantom mining town, where it's always winter and alchemical experiments have faded the realms between reality and madness.
 
Chef Jamie Adams and Leonardo Moura are co-owners and business partners with over 40 years of experience in the restaurant industry. We all love to eat well, drink and be merry and we got pretty good at selling that whole thing with our two Atlanta based restaurants, il Giallo and Lagarde, so we’ve decided to share our food and wine experience in a podcast that covers our experiences and expertise with a great sense of humor and without taking ourselves too bloody seriously. Welcome to Katze ...
 
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Dave and Jon find that being set in Australia isn't the only atypical thing about Flavio Mogherini's downbeat 1978 film The Pyjama Girl Case/La ragazza dal pigiama giallo. CW: Gendered violence, miscarriage, spousal abuse. Copyright © 2021 David Thomas and Jon Dear Availability on disc and streaming: Blu-ray.com Our theme music: Silent Night (Dark …
 
Welcome to Giallo of the Month Club! On this spoiler-free festival roundup episode, Dianna delves into her favorite feature films from this year's virtual edition of Canada's Fantasia International Film Festival. Fantasia is one of the largest, most influential genre film festivals in North America. You can follow Fantasia Fest on Twitter / Follow …
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On this episode of Cinema Fantastic (a trip to the genre film festivals around the world) we’re traveling to the 2009 London Frightfest film festival in London, England to check out two ultra-violent heavy-hitters: Dario Argento’s GIALLO and The Mo Brothers’ MACABRE. The tenth anniversary of Frightfest, 2009 marked a big expansio…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week we welcome back Large William for a discussion on the cinematic resonance of one Sonny Chiba and we discuss The Street Fighter (1974) directed by Shigehiro Ozawa and Return of the Street Fighter (1974) also directed by Shigehiro Ozawa!!! It was great to have Will back and look forward to mor…
 
We promised you a monster brawl, and we delivered! Many thanks to all who attended Rose City Comicon and supported the Scariest Things. We had a blast, and your vocal enthusiasm was infectious, but not in a COVID way. And in the words of Ken Watanabe “Let them fight!” The Scariest Things took an idea that we used for our 100th Episode, a bracket fi…
 
The coats missed their bus and are lost in a world of monkey butts and bug-talking little girls; it's none other than Dario Argento's 1985 giallo: "Phenomena". Dipping one toe in the fantastique realm, "Phenomena" is a perplexing film of high concepts and mysterious undertones. Will this giallo mark the downturn for Argento or will the coats be sin…
 
Grab your tools, maniacs, and join us as we talk Dead Dudes In The House aka House on Tombstone Hill from 1989! Guest co-host Lance Parkin is back and we're also joined by filmmakers Zane Hershberger and Sable Griedel who are here to promote their new film Treaters which is currently crowdfunding now! Listen in as we discuss the film and other topi…
 
There was a crooked man who walked a crooked mile... but it wasn't good enough... now he sits in the trash pile... To celebrate the recent release of Malignant, Development Hell is revisiting a James Wan project which never saw the light of day... The Crooked Man saw his first and only appearance in 2016's The Conjuring 2 alongside another show-up …
 
Brad and Richard sit down and reflect on what it's like to talk for 10 years straight. That's right, it's the Official Hello! This is the Doomed Show Anniversary Show™. After exchanging gifts and smooches, they talk about topics ranging from sensuality to sexuality and also horror movies. Maybe other stuff. Blu-rays, I guess. This is the one you ha…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On this episode of PRAISING KANE we’re back in the silent era with Carol Kane, but this time in a broad Mel Brooks-ian comedy! Gene Wilder directed, wrote and starred in 1977’s THE WORLD’S GREATEST LOVER, a silent-era chuckler about a baker (Wilder) who travels to Hollywood in order to become the next Rudolph Valentino, despite a…
 
Dan and Brad are exposed to the the glaring genius of writer/filmmaker/master cinephile MARTIN KESSLER for a couple glorious hours as they talk about a handful of films by, and the storied career of, director NIKOS MASTORAKIS. Discussed is the notorious ISLAND OF DEATH (1976), the clever slasher ZERO BOYS (1986), the completely bonkers action film …
 
Adam Biggs of Rivers of Nihil returns to FANTASM to chat with Dr. Vincent West about his new album, The Work, out September 24th on Metal Blade Records.Follow Rivers of Nihil:https://www.riversofnihil.comhttps://www.facebook.com/riversofnihilhttps://twitter.com/riversofnihilhttps://www.instagram.com/riversofnihilhttps://www.youtube.com/Riversofnihi…
 
The Golden Jubilee edition of Holler. 50 shows deep now. Running through dank sounds to send your brain into outer space including a few Lee Sratch Perry drops to mark his late great demise. TRACKLISTING:RETURN OF THE SUPER APE - LEE SCRATCH PERRY [GOLDEN LANE RECORDS]DISCO DEVIL - LEE SCRATCH PERRY [STUDIO 16]HIGH ATLAS (JOURNEY TO ATLAS MIX) - TH…
 
The coats are climbing up the exterior wall and into the cubist house of the one and only Dario Argento, to cover what we here at Conspicuous Trenchcoats consider the greatest giallo of all time, 1982's: "Tenebrae". Made and released well outside the giallo boom years of the early 70's, "Tenebrae" marked a return to the sub-genre for Argento; follo…
 
Put on your space suits, maniacs, because this week we're talking 1985's Alien knock off Creature with guest co-host Lance Parkin! Join us as we discuss this totally original film and topics such as Hardee's Thickburgers turning you into a zombie, gently used chewing gum in space, plus heartwarming tales of Klaus Kinski and Werner Herzog trying to …
 
The oddly freaky mask of Leslie Vernon (2006) One hundred thirty episodes in and we’re finally getting to what has to be what most horror fans identify as the iconic horror trope of all time: the masked killer! Well fret no longer horror fans, we are coming to one of the cornerstones of the genre. You start with Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, and L…
 
Jaws 3 almost looked a little bit different. Joe Dante was once in talks to direct a Jaws spoof by screenwriter John Hughes. The title? Jaws 3 People 0 This week have a very special guest: Juliana Bruyn. This podcast is a proud member of the Dread Podcast Network Episode theme by Drew PidgeonFollow Development Hell:@DevelopmentHell on Instagram@Dev…
 
WELCOME TO EPISODE 'I' OF THE THIRD SEASON OF 26 MOVIES FROM HELL. Tonight's guest is our good friend John Arminio helping us cover a ton of films and topics. Tonight's Films (and poll results) IRMA VEP 35.4% Intruder (1989) 16.5% I Walked with A Zombie 30.7% I am not A Serial Killer 17.3% we are also joined by our friend Jessica Scott who had the …
 
Sean Clark returns to FANTASM to talk with Dr. West about his latest Horror's Hallowed Grounds episodes and more!More iconic filming locations: https://bit.ly/3iakiXfFollow Sean ClarkFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/malfuncseanInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/malfuncsean/Twitter: https://twitter.com/malfuncsean/Get your Horror's Hallowed Grou…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On Forgotten Gems we look at festival favorites that have been cast aside or fallen out of favor. On this episode we’re looking at the 1994 Sundance sensation WHAT HAPPENED WAS…, which won the Grand Jury Prize and the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 1994 Sundance Film Festival. Directed, written and starring Tom Noonan it e…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Todd and Sammy share thoughts on Scarlet Street (1945) directed by Fritz Lang and Toys Are Not For Children (1972) directed by Stanley H. Brassloff and released by Arrow Video!!! Emails to midnitecinema@gmail.com Adios!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ggtmc/message…
 
Welcome to Giallo of the Month Club! On this very special episode, Dianna interviews film director James Wan. Responsible for creating SAW, INSIDIOUS, and THE CONJURING universe, James returns to his original horror roots with his upcoming supernatural thriller, MALIGNANT. The film stars Annabelle Wallis as a woman who begins to have terrifying vis…
 
The coats are going deep...and deeper...into Dario Argento's 1975 giallo: "Deep Red". If you know anything about giallo, then you know the significance of Argento's fourth giallo film to the history of the sub-genre. If you don't, then you should stop reading this and watch this film NOW. Looking back, one can say that "Deep Red" was the turning po…
 
It's our 4 year anniversary, maniacs! In honor of this occasion, we decided to talk about the deep cut Pittsburgh flick "Effects" from 1980. Once again, we bust out our yinzer accents as we discuss topics such as Englishmen playing Pittsburghers, Tom Savini's underwear graffiti, and broken sinks at Hechinger's Hardware Store. Stick around for an im…
 
Welcome to Giallo of the Month Club! On this episode, Dianna reviews THE STRANGE COLOR OF YOUR BODY'S TEARS / THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY'S TEARS / L'ÉTRANGE COULEUR DES LARMES DE TON CORPS (2013). Follow the podcast on Instagram + Twitter / Follow host Dianna on Instagram + Twitter + Letterboxd / Logo by Matt Gauck / Music by Dream Division Yo…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify We’re getting Wild In The Streets with Umberto Lenzi’s gleefully exploitative 1974 crime thriller ALMOST HUMAN (aka THE DEATH DEALER, aka Milano odia: la polizia non può sparare). Featuring a stand-out slimy performance from Tomas Milian, the film follows small-time scumbag Giulio Sacchi as he goes on a spree of murder and mayhem…
 
Jeffrey and Richard conclude their summer SOV series for this year with Tales from the Quadead Zone (1987). If your glasses don't cover your entire face then maybe skip this episode. How much forced laughter can they take? Find out! Jeffrey's Blog: https://nessuntimore.blogspot.com/ http://doomedmoviethon.com http://doomedmoviethon.blogspot.com htt…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Todd and Sammy discuss The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T (1953) directed by Roy Rowland and Runaway (1984) directed by Michael Crichton!!! We hope you enjoy the show!!! Emails to midnitecinema@gmail.com Adios!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ggtmc/message…
 
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