May 13, 2019

EP:60 STRANGLER OF THE SWAMP (1946)

German Expressionism meets poverty row! for John Wooley's SEVENTH SENSE: https://www.amazon.com/Seventh-Sense-Cleansing-Book-1/dp/1948263297 

for MHP's latest FORGOTTEN HORRORS collection: https://www.amazon.com/Fantasies-Sand-Box-Office-Bonanza-Forgotten/dp/1723281069/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=michael+h+price&qid=1557547773&s=books&sr=1-1

Apr 12, 2019

EP:59 REPO MAN (1984)

Punk, underground comics, science fiction, and beer. 

Mar 13, 2019

EP:58 I SAW WHAT YOU DID (1965)

psycho knockoff or precursor to BLUE VELVET?

John Wooley's pulpy SEVENTH SENSE is out in paperback and Kindle. FANTASIES IN THE SAND and the other FORGOTTEN HORRORS books are available on Amazon as well.

 

 

Jan 17, 2019

EP:57 POPCORN (1991)

There's some stuff here that I doubt anyone has ever divulged about this crazy early 90's slasher. With connections to William Castle, John Carradine, and even BLACK CHRISTMAS, this a film steeped in horror history. Join our Facebook group and give us a recommendation. Rate and review us on iTunes. Thanks!

Dec 14, 2018

EP:56 MUMMY’S BOYS (1936)

Thanks to a loyal listener for the recommendation. Ruminations on comedy and horror with tons of crazy diversions. Listen to the end for a discussion about the next film we're going to cover.

Nov 12, 2018

EP:55 ANATOMY OF A PSYCHO (1961)

Psycho knockoff or an airing of grievances by poverty row toward A-listers? 

Oct 12, 2018

EP:54 WHISPERING GHOSTS (1942)

Milton Berle, Willie Best, and John Carradine in one crazy boat-bound horror comedy!?!? Check out FANTASIES IN THE SAND as temps get cooler and the holidays approach.

Sep 14, 2018

EP:53 JUNGLE JIM IN THE FORBIDDEN LAND (1952) and DRACULA’S GHOST (2018)

A double feature! Johnny Wiessmuller stars in a horrific take on the adventure film, an interesting re-edit of several classic horror films, and thoughts on beach party pictures.

Aug 12, 2018

EP:52 THE BEACH GIRLS AND THE MONSTER (1965)

Where do "beach party" movies fit in film history? John and Michael discuss the "just add monsters" theory of genre filmmaking.

Jul 13, 2018

EP:51 THE GHOST THAT WALKS ALONE (1944)

Arthur Lake (Dagwood) stars in this film that makes up for in substance what it lacks in ghosts or walking alone-ness.

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