Editor’s note:The hosts of Horror Movie Podcast are always impressed by the knowledge and insights of our listenership in the emails and voicemails that we receive, as well as in the comments here at HorrorMoviePodcast.com. Once again, we’ve asked our listeners to participate in our 31 Days of Halloween by contributing written reviews. This review was submitted by a long-time listener and friend of the show Mark Cunningham, who goes by the screen-name “Red Cap Jack” … You can read “Red Cap Jack’s Ranting Lunacy” blog at redcapjack.blogspot.com and follow him on Twitter @RedCapJack.
Title: Horror Rises From the Tomb
Original Title: El Espanto Surge de la Tumba
Writer: Paul Naschy
Director: Carlos Aured
Paul Naschy is the undisputed King of Spanish horror and a favored actor in the extended horror community. The Werewolf Versus the Vampire Woman is a horror host staple and was my first introduction to the legends of Waldimar Deninsky, Naschy’s signature character. I loved the film, and wanted to see much more. Luckily, Naschy leaves behind a legacy of character performances that include serial killers, hunchbacks, mad scientists, and all sorts of blood thirsty mad men. Continue reading →
Editor’s note:The hosts of Horror Movie Podcast are always impressed by the knowledge and insights of our listenership in the emails and voicemails that we receive, as well as in the comments here at HorrorMoviePodcast.com. Once again we’ve asked our listeners to participate in our 31 Days of Halloween by contributing written reviews. This review was submitted by a long-time listener and friend of the show who goes by the screen-name “Sal Roma” … You can follow Sal on Twitter @JTalley986 and on Letterboxd at @Sal_Roma.
Director: Eli Roth
Warning Review Contains Some *Spoilers*
Longtime American friends, Josh (Reeker’s Derek Richardson) and Paxton (Quarantine’s Jay Hernandez) are living it up as they backpack across Europe. Joined by their new Icelandic friend, Oli, the trio encounters a traveler known as Alexi, who promises that the real place to go is the small country of Slovakia, where they can meet and have fun with all of the hot women they could ever imagine. The promised land of Slovakia turns out to be everything the trio imagined, quickly finding a party spot and they each head off for a night of fun with a local girl.
The next day, Oli is nowhere to be found and the hostel staff that the lads are staying at claim that he abruptly left already. While Paxton is unfazed by this news, knowing that for as much fun as they had together, Oli was still a stranger, Josh is convinced that something isn’t right in this little Slovakian town. What Josh and Paxton do not know though, is that Oli is only the first to disappear with everyone eventually discovering what horrors Slovakia has to offer its foreign tourists.
Welcome to Episode 051 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, where we review the hell out of horror movies… In this themed episode, we get our film snob on with Wolfman Josh’s sophisticated topic, ARTHOUSE VAMPIRES. To help us explore this theme, we bring you in-depth reviews of Let the Right One In (2008) and Thirst (2009) and Only Lovers Left Alive (2014) and a brand-new (and unique) Iranian horror film called A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2015). So, don’t be afraid to scream while you’re reading subtitles and challenge all of your preconceived definitions of horror because tonight we’re talking Arthouse Vampires!
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