John Wooley speaks with Jackey Neyman, who played Debbie in the infamous cult classic. She discusses what it was like behind the scenes, dispels rumors and myths surrounding the picture, and gives a truly eloquent defense regarding the importance of films like Manos.
Depression-era social commentary cleverly mixed with genre-bending escapism!
In this episode we get all pretentious with Georges Franju's creepy thriller and examine its ties to American poverty row cinema. Check out the new book, FORGOTTEN HORRORS TO THE Nth DEGREE on Amazon.com or the Kindle Store!
Hear the only podcast by a former president of the Bert I. Gordon fan club! Lester Dent, Raymond Chandler and the wisdom of pulp writing! Thrill as producer Joey Hambrick nervously speaks on mic!
George Zucco in a dual role, and ruminations on working on a poverty row production. Don't forget to share the podcast on Facebook to be in the running to win a copy of Southern Fried Homicide!
The afterlife and giant talking crabs! Please join our Facebook group to give us feedback.
A discussion about black comedians in Hollywood and why iron lungs aren't funny.
What role do censorship and limitation play regarding quality of art? Why are we here? Are drunks still funny? All these questions and more shall be answered! FORGOTTEN HORRORS!
Meditations on sideshows,reality TV, and religion abound!
Let the pontificatin' begin! We peer into the history of the teen monster film with 1959's "Horrors of the Black Museum", starring Michael Gough. Listen for a chance to win MHP's "Cemetery Toons" on CD!
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