31 Days of Halloween – Day 3: Lost After Dark (2015) – by Wolfman Josh

Lost After DarkEditor’s note: Wolfman Josh is a host on Horror Movie Podcast and Movie Stream Cast. He is also a television producer and an award-winning documentary filmmaker. You can follow Josh on Twitter: @IcarusArts


Lost After Dark starts out strong with a virginal “Survivor Girl,” played by Kendra Timmins, primping for her high school ball at what I swear is the same bedroom vanity as the one Jae uses in It Follows (and is probably the same one from Nancy’s bedroom in A Nightmare on Elm Street and Sideny’s bedroom in Scream as well). This is Adrienne and the year is 1984. Adrienne’s father comes in briefly to give us some backstory about her deadbeat mom and let us know what a protective parent he is before she’s off for the big dance–at least for awhile. Continue reading

Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 027: Halloween (1978) and Halloween II (1981) and Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) – Part 1 of 5

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It has been 13 months in the making, but finally as promised, here is the HORROR MOVIE PODCAST HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA… It’s a five-part series, where your hosts — and some great guests — cover the entire Halloween franchise in-depth, Horror Movie Podcast-style…

Episode 027 is a 4-hour and 53-minute part one of our five-part series and it features three films. First, Jay of the Dead and Wolfman Josh bring you an in-depth movie review of John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978) with the help of our fourth official co-host, KYLE “DR. WALKING DEAD” BISHOP.

Next Dr. Shock, Wolfman and Jay bring you a Feature Review of Rick Rosenthal’s Halloween II (1981), with the help of the original Creepture himself, GREGAMORTIS, host of the Land of the Creeps horror podcast.

And finally, Jay, Wolfman and Doc wrap up this epic episode by reviewing the ’80s oddity Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) with special guest KENNY “THE PUMPKIN KING” CAPERTON, director of indie horror film “Honeyspider” (2014) and owner of the Myers House NC. Also, be sure to enter our drawing to win a horror t-shirt, courtesy of Fright Rags. If you like what you hear, please subscribe. And thanks for listening. Continue reading