Episode 018 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST is a two-hander with Jay of the Dead and Dr. Shock. (Wolfman Josh was in flight and en route as we were recording.) So, this is another motley mix of Frankensteinian fun. And we’ll just ask ahead of time: Forgive us for spending so much time giggling about terrible movies… It’s a weakness of ours. Remember Jan-Gel?
Be sure to vote on Dr. Shock’s provocative poll question below:
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— No Wolfman Josh for this episode
— Poll question results from Ep. 017
— GregaMortis and “Halloween” fans
— Selling “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” (1974) to listeners of The Traders Podcast
— Unscrupulous directing
— Dr. Shock’s provocative poll question — please vote!
III. Review: 5IVE GIRLS (2006)
Dr. Shock = 6.5 ( Rental )
IV. Review: THE CORRIDOR (2010)
Dr. Shock = 7 ( Rental )
V. Review: SCREAMING IN HIGH HEELS (2011)
Dr. Shock = 8 ( Buy it! )
VI. Review: BANSHEE CHAPTER (2013) — Recommended by Justin
Jay of the Dead = 6.5 ( Rental )
VII. Review: HEADLESS HORSEMAN (2007)
Dr. Shock = 1.5 ( Avoid )
VIII. Review: TREASURE CHEST OF HORRORS (2012)
Dr. Shock = 2.5 ( Avoid )
IX. Review: THE ROAD (2011) — Recommended by Rhardo
Jay of the Dead = 6 ( Rental )
X. Review: CHANDU THE MAGICIAN (1932)
Dr. Shock = 5.5 ( Rental )
XI. Dr. Shock’s 5 Bela Lugosi Movies That Are Worth Checking Out if You Dig Old-Time Horror and You’d Like to Watch an Acting Great:
1. Son of Frankenstein (1939)
2. Dracula (1931)
3. The Black Cat (1934)
4. White Zombie (1932)
5. Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)
XII. The World of Professional Haunting and Great Horror Campout
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— iTunes review from KZ-Justin (Thank you!)
— True story: Creeper in the Closet! (Read the NBC News story)
— Doc Shock’s freaky nightmare
NEXT ON HMP — IN TWO WEEKS: Releasing on Friday, June 20, 2014 — Episode 019: THE SIEGE NARRATIVE. Definitely don’t miss it!
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