Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 135: 78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene (2017) and Hell House LLC (2016) – Director’s Cut

Frankensteinian 135

Having a good premise is half the battle. The other half is execution. In Episode 135 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST,we review the new Director’s Cut of a film with a great haunted house premise called Hell House LLC (2016). We also review 78/52 (2017), a documentary about the meticulously executed shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Psycho (1960). And as with other Frankensteinian episodes, we bring you a lot of other Horror-related chatter and mini reviews. Join us!

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I. Introduction
— Upcoming HMP episodes:
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[ 0:08:00 ] II. Micro Reviews by Wolfman Josh
— Terror Train (1980)
— Curtains (1983)
— The Mutilator (1984)

Wolfman says all three are streaming, free for subscribers, on Amazon Prime.

[ 0:11:57 ] III. Feature Review: HELL HOUSE LLC (2016) DIRECTOR’S CUT
Jay of the Dead = 7 ( Strong Rental )
Wolfman Josh = 7 ( Buy it! )
Dr. Shock = 7 ( Strong Rental )

The original cut is streaming, free for subscribers, on Amazon Prime, but the Director’s Cut is only available on DVD

Wolfman recommends the companion documentaries Hell House (2001), The American Scream (2012), Haunters: The Art Of The Scare (2017)

[ 1:03:58 ] IV. Feature Review: 78/52: HITCHCOCK’S SHOWER SCENE (2017)
Wolfman Josh = 8.5 ( Buy it! )
Dr. Shock = 9 ( Buy it! )

Available to stream on Amazon, GooglePlay, and YouTube
The BluRay will be available on February 27th, 2018


Only available on DVD

[ 1:27:02 ] VI. HMP PSA: DAVE MADE A MAZE (2017)

[ 1:34:13 ] VII. Horror News and Misc.
— The loss of Conrad Brooks
The Toxic Avenger remake rumors
— Are Get Out and The Shape of Water awards contenders?

VIII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
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83 thoughts on “Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 135: 78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene (2017) and Hell House LLC (2016) – Director’s Cut

  1. The top 10 template is brilliant. I’m having trouble nailing down my list from about 30 contenders, although my top 2 or 3 is sorted. Last year was so strong I’m not sure this year has been as groundbreaking when you consider Witch, The Wailing, Under The Shadow, and Train to Busan…I would happily include these in a top 10 of the decade! Still a few from this year I must see.

    I finally got a chance to see Better Watch Out and absolutely loved it! So much fun. Really glad I went in without knowing much.

    • Just finished watching Dave Made a Maze and while I wouldn’t necessarily consider it horror, I would have no hesitation in recommending it. It’s not without its flaws but certainly up there as the most imaginative and creative films all year.

    • Glad you enjoyed Better Watch Out (and Dave Made a Maze). Just out of curiosity, trying to judge how we do on spoilers, when you say “glad I went in not knowing much” … had you listened to our MPN Meetup coverage?

      • I did listen to the MPN meet up when it dropped and it didn’t spoil it at all. All the discreet references were lost on me or forgotten by the time I saw Better Watch Out. It was also fun revisiting the episode afterwards.

  2. We have a couple of corrections to issue …

    1st – We had a found footage correction come in from – WHO ELSE? – The Found Footage Critic! Michael let us know that I forgot about the sequel to Houses October Built! I also hadn’t thought to consider Ghostwatch (1992) or the WNUF Halloween Special (2013) as found footage films, but it is true that they are great examples of a different twist on the genre and both take place on Halloween. Man, we need to cover both of those. I feel like David and/or Allyson asked us to review them, like, 4 years ago. Anyway, counting those three movies, that ups the Halloween-set found footage film count to 6, rather than 3. And when the currently shooting Hell House LLC sequel is released, we’ll be up to 7.

    2nd – JodyHorrorGuy (whose birthday it is today – Happy Birthday, Jody!) updated his awards nomination list with today’s release of the Golden Globe nominations. The Shape of Water now leads with 26 nominations and Get Out is ranked 4th with 19 nominations. Looks like IT isn’t on the radar and I’d like to see even more, but this is truly incredible for the horror genre.

  3. Hey all. I downloaded the 2017 best movie template. I will be sending mine out to the podcast email with an Open Office document. Will this be able to be read? Please advise Josh. Thanks!

    • I talked to Jay about this and he said you could compose it in any word processor you like, like Open Office, but asked that you then just copy and paste the text into the body of the email. I don’t know I didn’t think of that, but it will make it even easier for him in the calculation process.

      • Sounds good. Thanks for the quick reply. I am literally watching Dave Made A Maze right now. I want to see what all the fuss is about and whether it is a horror or not. IMDB has it classified as such but only the third classification so am watching with an open mind. Cheers!

  4. I randomly came across Hell House LLC a few months ago and went in not expecting a lot. But much like the cast of HMP it genuinely scared me and the cast was very believable. I definitely recommend this movie to anyone, especially if you are trying to watch something Halloween related in October next year.

  5. I loved “Dave Made a Maze”… I had it on my top horror list most of the year but ultimately decided that it was going to slide down… this doesn’t mean I don’t think it is horror, only that the horror elements were done better in other films.

    *Spoiler alert*

    DMAM has many horror elements when you completely accept the world as it is presented… When you realize that these people are trapped, transformed, and ultimately being devoured by the maze itself. The “Gore”, while it looks silly at times, is also brutal if you are watching from the perspective of the characters. It’s the first instance that they understand the danger they are in… The arrival of the Minotaur also marks an impending threat that is actively stalking and killing them.

    But it’s the Paper Doll that truly plunges the characters into a real horror moment. Shattered with moments of “high five!”, This is one I the scariest creations of the year for me. It unnerves me, and that’s worth much more than a jump or a chase

    • Yes! I found the “high-five” scene terrifying and deeply troubling. And despite the very stylized approach to gore, some of it was still quite shocking.

      It’s interesting to hear you say that “I had it on my top horror list most of the year but ultimately decided that it was going to slide down…this doesn’t mean I don’t think it is horror, only that the horror elements were done better in other films.”

      So you make your year-end list based on “the best execution of horror” n a film? I defintely struggle between that approach and “the best overall film that can also be classified as horror.” In fact, just yesterday, after you and I were chatting on Twitter about Once Were Warriors, I went back to my Letterboxd list where I’ve ranked the best films by, about or featuring Pacific Islanders and as I got down to the middle of the list, I struggled with whether to to favor the better examples of filmic art or the better representation of Polynesian peoples. It’s an important distinction for those of us (sad souls) who take list-making seriously.

      Anyway, I’m glad to read your comment here, RedCapJack. We often disagree, but I appreciate your insights because they are so different from my own. I also really respect your film/literary knowledge and I often look to you and (listener) David (Dunbar) on questions of genre classification. So I was glad to get your input. It helps to have someone else articulate the feelings I was having.

      Now, I want to hear you (and David) defend A Ghost Story as horror so that I can feel good about putting it atop my list.

      • I have to say
        .. I can’t. Not to say Ghost Story wasn’t interesting and there’s a certain horror elements in the unending Oblivion of existence, I just don’t think that was the films intent. And yeah, when things are “close” in genre films, I will tend to start shuffling less to the quality if the film and more into how good it was as a specific genre.

        And yeah, while we disagree at times I love you. I live listening to you guys and chiming in with my thoughts. DmAM is a hard movie to describe.

        • I don’t understand why you’re looking to fit A Ghost Story in your list when there’s a plethora of excellent horror films, that are actually horror films, out there.

          • So you’re saying that it’s not horror…

            The reason I’m struggling with whether to include it is bc it was devastating and an incredible film experience that utilizes classic horror imagery in a tale about life and death. So, if I felt like it was classifyable as a horror film, it would be near the top of my list.

            • I am having the same struggle with a couple of other movies on my top 10 list currently, The Limehouse Golem and Freehold. Ultimately they will be put on a year end horror list based on their own merits, but as a horror fan I struggle with this.

            • I really struggled with this movie, Josh. I wanted to like it so much, but all I felt was emptiness in the end, which perhaps is the point. In fact, I didn’t even feel emptiness, I literally felt nothing. It was so weird. I listened to Solo’s review of it a few times after watching the movie, and I wish I would’ve felt the way he did. As someone who is terrified of death, I was expecting all sorts of feelings to come up and then there was nothing. I like and appreciate it on some level, but as an experience and as a movie, I’m not super high on it.

              And no, definitely not a horror movie. I can see why you would want to classify it as such, but again, there are so many great horror movies to choose from that I don’t see the point in including to “class up” your list when it should already be classed up af.

              By the way, I have stopped getting notifications from when people reply to my posts or when there are new posts. That really helped me stay engaged on the boards and though the biggest reason for not posting as much lately is lack of time, notifications would help the cause. I’m not sure if you guys chose to do away with them, but I still see the option when I comment.

            • I love A Ghost Story… it very likely will be on my overall top 10 list. FWIW, I don’t consider it horror, but that’s cool if you do. I’m sure a few people will also be calling Collosal horror because, monsters, but that’s pretty clearly not horror imo, too.

  6. A small sampling of the HMP crew oddly agreeing with each other:

    [ 0:11:57 ] III. Feature Review: HELL HOUSE LLC (2016) DIRECTOR’S CUT
    Jay of the Dead = 7 ( Strong Rental )
    Wolfman Josh = 7 ( Buy it! )
    Dr. Shock = 7 ( Strong Rental )

    [ 1:10:59 ] III. Feature Review: CHOPPING MALL (1986)
    Jay of the Dead = 4 ( Low-priority Rental )
    Wolfman Josh = 4 ( Rental )
    Dr. Shock = 4 ( Avoid )

    [ 1:06:42 ] III. Feature Review: FRIDAY THE 13th PART VI: JASON LIVES (1986)
    Jay of the Dead = 8 ( Buy it! )
    Wolfman Josh = 8 ( Buy it! )
    Dr. Shock = 8 ( Buy it! )

    [ 1:16:07 ] III. Feature Review: John Carpenter’s THE THING (1982)
    Jay of the Dead = 10 ( Buy it! / Masterpiece )
    Wolfman Josh = 10 ( Buy it! )
    Dr. Shock = 10 ( Buy it! )

    [ 00:07:12 ] II. Feature Review: FRANKENSTEIN (1931)
    Jay of the Dead = 10 ( Buy the Legacy Collection DVD! )
    Wolfman Josh = 10 ( Buy it! )
    Dr. Shock = 10 ( Buy the Universal Monsters Blu-ray! )

    Jay of the Dead = 5.5 ( Rental )
    Wolfman Josh = 8 ( Buy it! )
    Dr. Shock = 8 ( Buy it! )


    [ 0:58:51 ] III. Listener-Demanded Review: THE CONJURING (2013) [REVISITED] — Contains Spoilers!
    Jay of the Dead = 8 ( Buy it! ) [REVISED]
    Wolfman Josh = 8 ( Buy it! )

    • I’d like to defend Chopping Mall. Sure it’s incredibly predictable, has cardboard cut out characters, and has some of the corniest dialogue (let’s Rambo these computer f******!) but that’s part of the fun! It’s B movie gold! There are robots who kill teens then say “thank you…have a nice day. It’s great! Imagine if Number 5 from Short Circuit was given a military chip and told to protect a mall. It’s so dumb it’s brilliant! It’s simplified to under an hour and 20 minutes and in that time we get about 10 kills. I give it a 6.5 and say check it out, it’s usually part of bargain bin 10 movie packs and actually enjoyable!

        • I loved Chopping Mall. Yes, it was over the top, cheap looking and predictable, but that was what I expected. The bad graphics and effects adds to the experience for me. I tend to love any performance by Paul Bartel, and the connection to Dawn of the Dead are too close to ignore. Well worth a watch!

      • LOVE and own Chopping Mall and will defend it to the death! One of the greatest exploding heads scene EVER! Revisit it at least once a year. Pretty underrated if you ask me. Major guilty pleasure.

      • I’m with you. I loved Chopping Mall especially considering the grades that were given out during the 80’s slasher series.

      • I’ve only seen Chopping Mall once, but I remember enjoying it a lot. A bit of a wacky film, but plenty of fun. I was a little heartbroken when I listened to the HMP ep where they were all negative on the film. Those monsters.

    • I was going to include this in the above comment, but it didn’t exactly fit the theme of times Jay, Josh, and Dave all agreed. However, I did find another similar rating between three hosts:

      [ 1:45:22 ] VI. Feature Review: 28 WEEKS LATER (2007)
      Jay of the Dead = 8 ( Buy it! )
      Wolfman Josh = 8 ( Buy it! )
      Dr. Walking Dead = 8 ( Buy it! )

      I can’t seem to find any record of Dave’s rating on the film since he didn’t appear on that episode. I even checked Land of the Creeps to see if maybe he was involved in a review over there, but couldn’t find anything.

  7. I finally got around to watching Terror Train today and must say I enjoyed it. There’s magic, murder, and mayhem all on a train! Although some of the characters were obnoxious, they were actually obnoxious in a true college kid fashion. Having David Copperfield play the magician was fantastic, his magic act was over the top 80s and quite satisfying. I may be wrong but I believe this was the first film he did. Jamie Lee Curtis plays the lead and gives an incredible performance, this film came out after Halloween and The Fog and adds to her scream queen status. The humor and kills blended perfectly. Loved it! Thank you for bringing it up on the podcast, it had been on my watchlist for years. This one would be a fun double feature with Slaughter High

  8. So…let me get this right. You reviewed a series about a killer TOY ( originally gifted to a little boy) all month long in October to celebrate HALLOWEEN. And then you decide to review Hell House LLC, a movie about HALLOWEEN haunts…in December?

    Interesting choices Jay, lol.

    Can’t wait for the Leprechaun retrospective to gear up for 4th of July 😉

  9. After having watched Dave Makes a Maze, I agree with the majority that it is not a horror film. It does have some horrific elements, such as **Spolier**victims, “bloody” deaths, decapitations, the feeling of being trapped, being chased by a creature etc, I feel the movie can be seen through the lens of a fantasy/adventure/comedy movie. It had more of a light hearted Total Recall/John Dies at the End feel to me than a horror film. Plus the whole dancing girls vibe kind of threw me. Entertaining, yes, horror, no.
    I was sorry to hear of the passing of Conrad Brooks. I have not seen Jan -Gel and am now intrigued to see it after hearing it created much material for multiple HMP episodes.
    I am nearing the end of the 2017 movie watching and will have my list submitted shortly. I plan on watching a few more in the next couple of days then make final decisions.
    On a non-horror note, I just watched the 1963 mystery The List of Adrian Messenger and highly recommend it. A great cast lead by George C Scott, with Tony Curtis, Frank Sinatra, Robert Mitchum and Kirk Douglas. I think it could be a who dunnit redone better than Murder on the Orient Express.

  10. I don’t have a single problem with having Dave Made a Maze on my top ten horror list. Sure, it’s a bit of a wacky movie, but I believe I originally described it as “If Dan Harmon made a horror movie”.

    Mayhaps Jay is letting his dislike for horror/comedy sway him into unfairly denying Dave Made a Maze its horror classification.

    • I’ve heard people say that the deaths, gore, monster(s), sense of danger, and impending doom push it into horror territory, but I call bs. If it was as simple as checking boxes, a ton of non-horror movies like No Escape would be classified as horror. I’m fine with people placing whatever movies they please in their top ten lists, because a) people can do whatever they want and b) horror isn’t as straight forward a genre as people make it out to be. I think as with anything else, horror keeps evolving with time and will continue to do so as long as there are filmmakers that keep pushing the envelope. That’s why Jay’s super strict T&A rules and trojan horse theories are so problematic. He’s setting rules for a genre that he believes is static. The parameters that we set for ourselves today will be different tomorrow because we are also in a state of flux. We’re constantly growing, maturing, and learning. And with that comes change. Change in the way we look at things, change in the way society looks at things, change in the way horror is portrayed. So, yeah, I’m very open to the idea of broadening the horizons of horror, but I also don’t want it to come to a point where people are going to start throwing in Dumb and Dumber in the mix and look for a way to sell it as horror. An extreme example for sure, but you get my point.

      Anyway, don’t tell me Dave Made a Maze is horror. Come on, bros.

  11. 2017 may be the hardest year for defining horror films so far. There is a lot of genre-blending going on. I loved The Shape of Water but it looks funny on my list with the other horror films. Maybe Guillermo Del Toro is his own genre now?

    • I agree completely. This is the year of “is it it isn’t it”. DMAM, Limehouse Golem, The Shape of Water, Little Evil, The Snowman, Freehold, Alien Covenant, 1922 , etc. Part of it I think has to do with the fact that filmmakers realize audiences enjoy many of the horror tropes and are incorporating them in their films. Also with many traditional film insiders realizing horror is “hot” and are putting out films that skirt that edge while keeping the tropes as innocuous as possible to maximize the audience. I expect this trend to continue as long as the genre is profitable.

    • I can’t say I agree with how positive everyone seems to be about the quality of 2017 horror, but I absolutely agree that this has been the year of “Movies with horror elements”.

  12. Dave Made a Maze

    The funny thing in this whole discussion is that I actually took it off my horror list about four months ago. I was convinced by a few fine folks in the HMP community as to why it probably leans more towards the non-horror side of the line. I do think it’s close, though, and certainly wouldn’t fault anyone for including it or not.

    Also, while I did love the movie for it’s fun, inventive spirit, it still wouldn’t quite make my top 10 horror list even if I did count it as horror. This year is just too good.

  13. One movie from this year I don’t recall any mention of on the podcast was Flatliners. In my opinion, it is not as strong as the original but still worth a watch. The first half set up really well but I thought it really fell off the last 45 minutes or so. I remember watching the original in the theatres and was quite excited to finally waatch the redo, only to be underwhelmed after a strong promise. It was nice to see Kiefer in the film, and the multiple city scenes of Toronto were a plus. The fantasy flashbacks were actually well done, is just it went off the rails during a dream sequence (those who have seen it will know which one). Am curious what anybody thought of the film? Is not a top 10 by any means but somewhere in the middle of the list (I hve seen over 50 from this year so far).

  14. You guys know I love the big themed episodes and franchise reviews but there’s something about this Frankensteinian episode that I particularly enjoyed. Just the simplicity of you three guys focusing on one or two movies and shooting the s***. A classic HMP formula that never gets old.

  15. Do people here consider 1922 a horror film? It has many horror tropes, an act of murder, victims, suspense, creepy atmosphere, animal killing, blood, acts of betrayal etc, and was written by the horror master himself, but is at times more of a drama. I am on the fence. Anyone else willing to offer their opinion?

    • I haven’t watched it yet, so I don’t know why I’m weighing-in, but I’m pretty sure people are including it on their lists. Josh even reviewed it on the show. Hopefully, I’ll get a chance to check it out before the deadline.

  16. Does anyone have a list 2017 horror movies on their Letterboxd lists? Dino, I know you had compiled a list, but it’s gone now, right?

  17. I just looked on IMDB to make sure Brimstone was a 2017 movie before I added it to my movie list, and I noticed it is listed as Horror, Thriller, Western. Does anyone else have it on their horror list?

      • Hey Dino, but would you consider this movie a horror movie in general? I was surprised that IMDB listed it as horror, although it is probably one of the most horrific movies I’ve ever seen.
        I thought it was so sad, bleak and heartbreaking, but I still loved it. I also thought it had the best jump scare of any movie I’ve seen this year!

        • At the risk of offending some people (I promise, not my intent), it was possibly my most hated movie of the year. Because of that, I haven’t really considered much of anything about it, and I’ve done my best to forget about it.

          That said, my gut reaction would be, no, not a horror movie. YMMV, though. Genre classification is very much a personal thing.

  18. I’m not offended at all! That’s the great thing about movies, they affect people in different ways.
    Thank you for the feedback :)

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