Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 033: The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014) and Extraterrestrial (2014) and the Great Bela Lugosi

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Welcome to Episode 033 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies… in this Frankensteinian episode, Jay of the Dead and Wolfman Josh kick off this show with Feature Reviews of The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014) and Extraterrestrial (2014). They also discuss Dracula Untold (2014), what it is, and what it isn’t.

Then Jay and Dr. Shock talk about three more movies from his 31 days of horror adventures, and they launch into an impromptu tribute to the Great Bela Lugosi. Don’t miss it!

And be sure to mark your calendars for our next two episodes:

Tuesday, November 25 — Ep. 034: Cryptozoological Horror Part 1: BIGFOOT with special guest Boss Butcher and interview with filmmaker Eduardo Sánchez, and then you’ll get another show on Friday, November 28 – Ep. 035: Black Friday: The Horrors of Consumerism

Horror Movie Podcast is a bi-weekly show that’s released every other Friday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review! And remember, we love getting your voice mails, so call in with more recommendations and comments at this number: (801) 382-8789 Thanks for listening to Horror Movie Podcast!


SHOW NOTES:

I. Introduction
— Agenda for this show and the next 7 days!
— Wolfman Josh’s Promotion of our Black Friday Horror episode


[ 0:05:26 ] II. Review: DRACULA UNTOLD (2014)
Wolfman Josh = 5.5 ( Rental )


[ 0:18:55 ] III. Feature Review: THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN (2014)
Jay of the Dead = 9 ( Buy it! )
Wolfman Josh = 7 ( Rental )


[ 0:47:04 ] IV. Feature Review: EXTRATERRESTRIAL (2014)
Jay of the Dead = 6.5 ( Rental )


[ 0:58:09 ] V. 3 More Picks From Dr. Shock’s Top 10 Movies of 31 Days of Horror

Creep (2004)
Dr. Shock = 6 ( Rental )
Jay of the Dead = 5.5 ( Rental )

From Within (2008)
Dr. Shock = 6 ( Rental )
Jay of the Dead = 4.5 ( Avoid )

Amusement (2008)
Dr. Shock = 5.5 ( Rental )


VI. An Impromptu Conversation About the Great Bela Lugosi by Dr. Shock and Jay of the Dead


VII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— Try out the Horrorble Podcast
— Also check out 22 Shots of Moodz and Horror
— iTunes review from A.W. Lafferty (Thank you!)
— iTunes review from Jan-Gel’s twin (aka Tim J.) (Thank you!)


JOIN US NEXT TIME ON HMP:
— Tuesday, November 25, 2014 — Ep. 034: Cryptozoological Horror Part 1: BIGFOOT
— Friday, November 28, 2014 – Ep. 035: Black Friday: The Horrors of Consumerism


NOTE FOR NEWCOMERS: If you love this podcast, there are 36 episodes of two other great podcasts that precede this one. Just scroll back through our archives, or use the links in the sidebar on the right.

Leave a comment or e-mail us here: HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Read Dr. Shock’s 31 Days of Horror Reviews: DVD Infatuation.com

A Must-Listen Podcast Episode: Horror Palace Specials Ep. 006: The Best Horror Movies of the ’80s and ’90s

Hear Jay’s Guest Appearances on These Other Halloween-Themed Shows:
— Spooky Flix Fest 2014: Pet Sematary (1989) with Jay of the Dead
— Film Jive’s Soundtrack of Terror
Geek Cast Live Podcast Ep. 043 for good Halloween movies!
— Dead as Hell Horror Podcast: Madman and The Prowler

Wolfman Josh’s links:
Wolfman Josh on Twitter: @IcarusArts
Wolfman Josh covers new releases in theaters on: Movie Podcast Weekly
Wolfman covers movies streaming online on: Movie Stream Cast

Dr. Shock’s links:
Dr. Shock’s daily movie review Web site: DVD Infatuation.com
Dr. Shock on Twitter: @DVDinfatuation
Dr. Shock’s other horror podcast: Land of the Creeps

Jay of the Dead’s links:
Jay of the Dead and Horror Movie Podcast Official Twitter: @HorrorMovieCast
Jay of the Dead covers new releases in theaters on: Movie Podcast Weekly
And if you’d like to e-mail Jay of the Dead with a good Beastly Freaks recommendation: BeastlyFreaks@gmail.com

Dr. Walking Dead on Twitter: @DrWalkingDead
Dr. Walking Dead’s books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead

You can always contact us by e-mailing HorrorMoviePodcast@gmail.com. Or you can call and leave us a voice mail at: (801) 382-8789. And you can leave us a comment in the show notes for this episode.

Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for Horror Movie Podcast.

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Thanks for listening, and join us again Friday after next for HORROR MOVIE PODCAST!

Jay of the Dead


6 thoughts on “Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 033: The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014) and Extraterrestrial (2014) and the Great Bela Lugosi

  1. Just started this episode but had to say something as soon as I heard Josh say Videodrome, I got very excited. Please please discuss Videodrome as it is one of my favorites, though I would’nt consider it horror, I would love to hear your takes on that one. Also, I want to say I just discovered you podcast about two weeks ago and my my what a deprived life I’ve been living. I listened to all of your Halloween episodes during the course of the last week. Thank you for doing what you do as I pretty much have no one to talk to about horror movies with so this may scratch an itch. Thanks!

    • @SnowyOtter:
      We’ll discuss “Videodrome,” for sure. And yes, you’re right. A couple of these movies are a little bit of a stretch for the Horror genre, but we’re aiming to address consumerism and horror, and the former isn’t very prevalent in the latter. So, yeah, we’re stretching it a bit. Even so, we hope you dig it! Thanks for writing.
      JOTD

  2. I’m an Arkansas resident and spend a lot of quality time with friends in Texarkana. There’s a whole group of folk who are into the serial murderer event/franchise. If you’re ever in AR, we can hit all the spots!!

    On the subject of subway horror movies, there’s an OK-ish movie called Stag Night, which is the old cannibals underground/survival narrative. I have revisited Town that Dreaded Sundown (76 & 14) a few times over the last month, but I never even finished Stag Night.

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