Happy Halloween this month! October is under way, and you’re listening to HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies… Episode 099 begins our weekly celebration of this spooky season! For this first week of October, we bring you our first installment of a two-part, thematic series about anthologies in horror films. In this first portion we are talking about “Old School Horror Anthologies,” from the dawn of cinema through 1999. Then next week we’ll be covering “Modern Horror Anthologies,” from the year 2000 to present. We’re also happy to bring you three quick guest appearances of live, call-in listeners that include Jody from Ohio, RedCapJack from California, and Kagan from Utah! Join us!
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II. Theme Discussion: HORROR ANTHOLOGIES
— Concept discussion of the horror anthology
— Perusing a few horror anthology titles across the decades
[ 0:40:14 ] III. Feature Review: TALES FROM THE CRYPT (1972)
Dr. Shock = 8 ( Buy it! )
[ 0:49:29 ] IV. Feature Review: CREEPSHOW (1982)
Jay of the Dead = 8 ( Buy it! )
Wolfman Josh = 7.5 ( Buy it! )
Dr. Shock = 8.5 ( Buy it! )
[ 0:56:30 ] V. Feature Review: TWILIGHT ZONE: THE MOVIE (1983)
Jay of the Dead = 7.5 ( Buy it! )
Wolfman Josh = 7.5 ( Buy it! )
Dr. Shock = 7.5 ( Buy it! )
[ 1:43:42 ] VI. HMP Listener LIVE Call-Ins
— Jody: Asylum (1972)
— RedCapJack: Body Bags (1993) — see link below
— Kagan: Night Gallery: Pilot episode (1969) — see links below
[ 2:25:05 ] VII. Jay’s Mini Review, Offbeat Recommendation: THE LAST DESCENT (2016)
Jay of the Dead = 8.5 (Recommendation for horror fans: Rental)
(Jason’s MPW recommendation = Theater / Buy it!)
VIII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— Don’t forget to visit our website to read our 31 Days of Halloween, which will feature the writing of listeners and primarily Dr. Shock!
JOIN US NEXT FRIDAY, OCT. 14: Episode 100 to hear our themed review of Modern Horror Anthologies – 2000 to Present!
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LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:
Read more from REDCAP JACK:
Check out Ron Martin’s The Resurrection of Zombie 7, where they’re covering each film of the HALLOWEEN franchise. (JOTD is guest on “Halloween II.”)
Mister Watson’s Horror Corridor podcast
Links and reminders for Adam from Chicago:
Adam’s Artbox on Facebook
Adam on Twitter
Adam’s band: Cowboy Jukebox
Follow Adam on Instagram at “Adam’s Artbox” and also follow Adam’s Scary Movie Squad on Instagram at “Scary Movie Squad.”
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. Shock’s links:
Dave’s daily movie review website: DVD Infatuation.com
Follow Dave on Twitter: @DVDinfatuation
Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on: Facebook
Dr. Shock also appears on this horror podcast: Land of the Creeps
Dr. Walking Dead’s links:
Pre-order Kyle’s new book! How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture: The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Order Kyle’s previous books American Zombie Gothic and Triumph of The Walking Dead
Follow Kyle on Twitter: @DrWalkingDead
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Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram for the use of his music for Horror Movie Podcast.
Special thanks as well to musician/composer Kagan Breitenbach for the use of his music, Wolfman Josh’s “Screaming Online” theme. Horror fans may take special interest in his “Quartet Macabre”on YouTube.
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