Our first time covering Mario Bava on this show! Gothic chiller Black Sunday is this month’s entry in our series on foreign horror films before 1979.
Also, episode 40.5 – Godzilla, King of the Monsters!
Andrew and I are hard at work trying to find a time in which to get together and record our episode on Godzilla. If you are looking for a foreign horror movie fix, I might suggest some past episodes? Aside from our last two episodes on House and Nosferatu: the Vampyr, we also did episodes on M (episode 11), the Testament of Dr Mabuse (Episode 10), Vampyr (episode 17), and Suspiria (episode 25).
Andrew and Matt discuss the Herzog art house interpretation of both the Stoker tale and the Murnau film.
Continue reading “Episode 39 – Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)”
Andrew and Matt discuss the nutty Japanese surrealist haunted house film House. (Andrew loves it)
Continue reading “Episode 38 – House (1977)”
In the final episode of our Vincent Price series, Andrew and Matt enjoy some paddleball theatrics.
Continue reading “Episode 37 – House of Wax”
The campy, compact classic really rubbed Andrew the wrong way. Can’t really say why.
Dr Phibes rises again — into a film that is not quite as good as the first.
Continue reading “Episode 35 – Dr Phibes Rises Again”
Never mind the yawns, Andrew and I agree – this film is a real barnstormer and a classic! Dr. Phibes has great vibes.
Continue reading “Episode 34 – The Abominable Dr Phibes”
Halloween is over and the world has taken a dark, strange turn. In response, Andrew and Matt watch the dark, strange 1968 Vincent Price film The Witchfinder General.
Continue reading “Episode 33 – The Witchfinder General/The Conqueror Worm”