This is HORROR MOVIE PODCAST Episode 117, another Frankensteinian episode where Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock and Wolfman Josh bring you feature reviews of horror flicks both new and old with The Lure (2017), Lady Frankenstein (1971), and Siren (2016). The Wolf also brings you a review of Stake Land II: The Stakelander (2016) in his specialty segment “Screaming Online,” for anyone looking for a little Netflix and Kill this weekend. And we’d be remiss to let this week go by without remembering legendary character actor Michael Parks, who has recently passed away.
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— Jay: The possible first “cat screech jump-scare” in cinema?
— The regrettable loss of the great Michael Parks
We’ll all miss Michael Parks, but don’t miss Michael Parks in horror films like From Dusk ’til Dawn, Red State, Tusk, and the 1-2 grindhouse punch of Death Proof and Planet Terror. Rest in power, sir.
[ 0:11:43 ] II. Feature Review: THE LURE (2017)
Wolfman Josh: 7.5 ( Rent it, for arthouse or fantasy fans )
[ 0:23:12 ] III. Feature Review: LADY FRANKENSTEIN (1971)
Dr. Shock: 7.5 ( Rent it* )
*Dave recommends the Shout Factory “Roger Corman Cult Classic: Vampires, Mummies And Monsters Collection”, but it is also streaming for easy viewing on YouTube.
[ 0:32:54 ] IV. “Screaming Online”: STAKE LAND II: THE STAKELANDER (2016)
Wolfman Josh: 8.5 ( Stream it* )
* Available to stream on Netflix for a subscription or Amazon for a $3.99 digital rental.
[ 0:38:30 ] VI. Feature Review: SIREN (2016)
Jay of the Dead: 6.5 ( Rent it* )
*But only after you’ve seen the short film “Amateur Night” from V/H/S (2012)
VII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— Jay: Next time we’ll talk about some get-well-soon gifts
— Jay’s first childhood experience with a horror film
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