Happy Halloween!

PETER STRAIN HALLOWEENWell, we actually did it, horror fans. 31 Days of Halloween! Wolfman Josh here, BTW. Thanks mostly to Dave “Dr. Shock” Becker, who does this every single day of his life over on DVDinfatuation.com (so impressive), we brought you a horror review a day for the entire month of October along with our weekly podcasts covering the Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise in its entirety. Huge “thank you” to everyone else who participated! It’s been fun.

Dave wrote another amazing reviewing of another fascinating film today (read it here if you haven’t yet), but I also wanted to post this incredible piece of Halloween artwork from HMP listener Peter Strain. Peter is a talented illustrator from Belfast, U.K. and, as it would happen, is big fan of Horror Movie Podcast.

This guy is legit, with work published in places like The New Yorker, The Washington Post and Empire Magazine. For any cinephiles out there who collect custom alt movie posters and art prints (I’m looking directly at you, Juan), do yourself a favor and check out Peter’s webstore. So may wonderful pieces. Personally, I’m looking to get a copy of his Jaws and Life Aquatic artwork–and the Halloween image above. So much amazing stuff from Macbeth to The Evil Dead and more!

The most exciting thing I want to tease is that Peter and I have briefly discussed collaborating on the next round of HMP t-shirts I’ll be simplifying by hosting through TeeSpring. (I recently bought three t-shirts via TeeSpring and it is both a great buyer experience and a no-risk creator experience).

I’ve been personally`working on WolfMan Josh and Dr. Shock designs for quite awhile and I’d love Peter to improve upon them and bring them to life. Of course, I have a Jay of the Dead design idea as well. Anyway, stay tuned for that.

In the meantime, you can enjoy (and buy!) Peter’s awesome art and support a fellow HMP listener while getting yourself something to beautify your living space. If you’re interested, you can check out Peter’s official website and follow Peter on Twitter.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT HMP! WE LOVE OUR LISTENERS!

 

21 thoughts on “Happy Halloween!

  1. NEED A GOOD HALLOWEEN PODCAST? Over on Movie Stream Cast I covered The Monster Squad ( http://bit.ly/1LXMhhD ), What We Do in the Shadows ( http://bit.ly/1Wm0oIJ ), The Guest ( http://bit.ly/1VG8S7U ), Cooties ( http://bit.ly/1KINUCp ) and Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein ( http://bit.ly/1KL1NMW ). Over on The Sci Fi Podcast they covered the entire Alien franchise ( http://bit.ly/1Mnbp1D ). Plus, we just released a Halloween special ( http://bit.ly/1PWSf9J ). There is the ongoing “Spooky Flicks Fest” from our friends at Forgotten Flicks Remembers ( http://forgottenflix.com/ ) and I think the GeekCast guys even did something Halloween related ( http://bit.ly/1WpS0Ta ). And here on Horror Movie Podcast we, of course, covered the entire A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise ( http://bit.ly/1Q0oIuD ).

  2. Happy Halloween to my favorite horror guys! I have very much enjoyed the 31 days of horror reviews and commend you for the time and effort it entailed. I’m excited to see new tshirt designs and will check out Peter’s art. Have a safe and happy Halloween guys!

  3. 31 days of Halloween day 31

    71. Hungry Hearts (***) – The trailer makes this look like a psychological horror but it really isn’t. Domestic family drama. Adam Driver’s face is all over this one so beware.
    72. Vertigo (****) – Ending with one of the all time great thrillers that I haven’t seen. Was the sequoia supposed to represent the giant boner that Jimmy Stewie had for that girl?

    Everything on this list was a first time view, but I also got in a viewing of Nightmare on Elm Street 3 and The Nightmare Before Christmas while giving out candy. And I caught the premiere of Ash vs The Evil Dead which was great. The girl in the show used to play Craig Ferguson’s producer on The Late Late Show.

  4. These prints are awesome. Love the Silence of the Lambs, Gremlins, Rocky, and Prometheus pieces, along with the Halloween one on here. Is love to see what he would do with a NOES piece.

    Great work, Peter. And thanks for bringing it to our attention, Wolfman. I hope everyone had a great Halloween.

    • Yeah man, thanks for posting the link, Josh. My favorite are Halloween, Jaws, and Prometheus. I can’t wait to see what the shirts look like. I still haven’t received my shirt by the way, so I’m wondering if Jay is still shipping or if my shirt got lost in the mail.

      • I’m in the same boat. He told me last week that he was looking into it, so not exactly sure what that means. Meanwhile, I’ll just wait here… patiently….

        😉

          • Josh, if he hasn’t printed the shirt and he’s going to lose money on a setup fee then just skip it, it’s not worth it. Whatever’s easiest and most convenient for you (and saves you money!). I can always get the second round.

  5. Here’s my tally for October

    73.5 Ash vs the Evil Dead
    73. Vertigo
    72. The Nightmare Before Christmas
    71. Nightmare on Elm Street 3
    70. The Hive
    69. Over Your Dead Body
    68. Deathgasm
    67. Among the Living
    66. Tales of Halloween
    65. Tale of Tales
    64. Hellions
    63. Alleluia
    62. Call Girl of Cthulhu
    61. Spring
    60. Dan Curtis’ Dracula
    59. Crimson Peak
    58. Pod
    57. The Devil’s Business
    56. Cub
    55. Suburban Gothic
    54. Clown (2015)
    53. Clown Hunt
    52. Gingerclown
    51. The Houses October Built
    50. Devil (Zulawski)
    49. The Final Girls
    48. Howl
    47. Aguirre: The Wrath of God
    46. Dude Bro Party Massacre 3
    45. The Brood
    44. Pay the Ghost
    43. Burying the Ex
    42. Bloodsucking Bastards
    41. Scars of Dracula
    40. Turbo Kid
    39. Stung
    38. Cold Prey
    37. The Editor
    36. Maggie
    35. Mr. Vampire
    34. Mr. Sardonicus
    33. Jessabelle
    32. Sonno Profondo
    31. Macabre (Rumah Dara)
    30. Knock Knock
    29. Yakuza Apocalypse
    28. Teen Lust
    27. The Company of Wolves
    26. Digging Up the Marrow
    25. Executive Koala
    24. Horsehead
    23. Summer of Blood
    22. Without Warning
    21. The Nightmare
    20. Wyrmwood
    19. Green Inferno
    18. Rec 4 – Apocalypse
    17. 3 On a Meathook.
    16. Lesson of the Evil
    15. Hell Mouth
    14. Things
    13. Kids vs Monsters
    12. Cooties
    11. Pyramid
    10. Demonic
    9. Blood Widow
    8. Alice, Sweet Alice
    7. Coherance
    6. Tales From the Crypt (1972)
    5. Backcountry
    4. Leviathan: The Story of Hellraiser and Hellbound: Hellraiser II
    3. The Visit
    2. Hellraiser: Revelations
    1. The Appearing

    71 first time views.
    Also The Look of Silence and Hungry Hearts

    • If you average your 71 first time views at 1.5 hours, you get 106.5 hours or 4.4375 days straight. That’s a lot of movies, Joe!

  6. Thanks so much for sharing this here Josh! This is my first time commenting but I’ve been listening a little over a year now. Very much looking forward to possibly making some shirts with you guys

    This Halloween me and my wife haven’t got to watch as many horror film as we would have liked due to the fact we have just bought our first house and have been extremely busy with that. But we did manage to find time for the original 1978 Halloween (a classic), Halloween 4 (definitely not as good as I remember…and that mask?!?) and the The Final Girls, which I have to say, I enjoyed greatly. It’s a fun little love letter to 80’s slasher cinema and the characters are actually pretty likeable in my opinion

    • Of course, Peter. You’re a huge talent and I hope to work with you on a couple of things. I knew our audience would appreciate your work.

      Can’t go wrong with the original Halloween!

      I was REALLY pleasantly surprised by Final Girls! Can’t wait to discuss it on the next Frankensteinian episode.

      And comment more, man. It’s a great community.

  7. I liked looking at Joe mcGregor’s tally all at once. Here’s mine…
    Day 1: Monster Squad
    Day 2: The Purge
    Day 3: Grave Encounters 2
    Day 4: Cooties
    Day 5: The Houses October Built
    Day 6: Dracula Untold
    Day 7: Night of the Demons
    Day 8: The Seasoning House
    Day 9: Halloweentown
    Day 10: The Devil’s Messenger
    Day 11: Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages
    Day 12: The Craft
    Day 13: Late Phases
    Day 14: The Serpent and the Rainbow
    Day 15: The Undying Monster
    Day 16: Horror of Dracula
    Day 17: All Hallows’ Eve
    Day 18: Crimson Peak
    Day 19: The Final Girls
    Day 20: H20
    Day 21: Motel Hell
    Day 22: Halloween Resurrection
    Day 23: Paranormal Activity 5: The Ghost Dimension
    Day 24: The Mummy (1959)
    Day 25: The Return of the Vampire
    Day 26: Tales of Halloween
    Day 27: Honeyspider
    Day 28: The Strangers (2008)
    Day 29: Gravy
    Day 30: The Devil’s Rejects
    Day 31: The Body Snatcher

  8. I was thinking it might be a coolio idea to have a section designated to horror related art where either the hosts or the fans can post links to artists who currently do or have done cool horror related art in the past. And I’m not talking about hardcore horror. It’s all subjective anyway and if you think your artist is horror enough, then post away. It would be a good way to bring awareness to artists that we might not know exist. Anyway just a thought. And I’ll leave this here for your enjoyment:

    http://www.ajfosik.com/#!works/crg5

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