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This is S.A. Bradley, and I’m a life-long horror lover. This podcast combines horror history, personal observations, common themes, and cultural trends to tell a story with each episode. Here we talk about all things horror. Horror movies, books, comics, hosts, conventions. The door swings wide here, and all types of horror are welcome. Each episode covers some aspect of horror with lots of viewing or reading suggestions for you to check out. I want to start conversations with people about a ...
 
Richard, Brad, Jeffrey, and Simon talk about horror movies, the giallo genre, Euro-horror, and all kinds of other things and stuff. Check out Doomed Moviethon: http://doomedmoviethon.com Richard's blog: http://doomedmoviethon.blogspot.com Brad's blog: http://yellowrazor.blogspot.com/ Jeffrey's blog: http://nessuntimore.blogspot.com/ Simon's blog: http://creatures-of-light-and-darkness.blogspot.com/ The archives of the show can be found here: http://www.doomedmoviethon.com/?page_id=20 We're o ...
 
Trashcore: Girls, Grind 'n' Gore Wild Card Kitty brings you an R-Rated podcast to accompany her internet radio show of the same name! The occasional special guest intersperces the musings in this show specialising in all things trashy, pulp fiction and just a little bit sexy with a retro feel. So if you love Horror, B-movies, Hair Metal, Rock 'n' Roll, Burlesque and the bizarre- this is the show for you.
 
This Prohibition era southern Appalachian giallo, told by cricket journalist and eyewitness Benji Ogden, reveals a mammoth conspiracy of horror and intrigue. Hired by rivals to follow a bootlegging chemist, Benji unwittingly bumbles into a hypnotic empire, arriving in a phantom mining town, where it's always winter and alchemical experiments have faded the realms between reality and madness.
 
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Cinema Smorgasbord

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Cinema Smorgasbord

Doug Tilley & Liam O'Donnell

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From the creators of Eric Roberts is the Man, Cinema Smorgasbord is an umbrella brand for a collection of all new themed podcasts including the Jackie Chan-themed We Do Our Own Stunts, the genre film festival celebration Cinema Fantastica, How Do You Do Fellow Kids: The Work of Steve Buscemi, Whatever Happened To Vic Diaz, and more! All hosted by your beloved ERITFM hosts Doug Tilley and Liam O’Donnell
 
VCinema is a cult film review podcast which looks to take a close look at obscure and slightly forgotten movies from the past. Asian cinema, Italian genre fare or anything else that takes our interest. Coffin Jon and Josh hope to entertain as well as inform their audience!
 
Mixing musings on the cream of the B-movies with moon-eyed tributes to his beer of the moment, your host JT rolls out loving assessments of the zombie flicks, slashers and giallo gems that bejeweled the tail-end of the 20th century. Loving assessments, mind you, that are tempered with deep-dive analysis of key scenes and characters. So raise a glass to blood and black beer with JT Horror!
 
Chef Jamie Adams and Leonardo Moura are co-owners and business partners with over 40 years of experience in the restaurant industry. We all love to eat well, drink and be merry and we got pretty good at selling that whole thing with our two Atlanta based restaurants, il Giallo and Lagarde, so we’ve decided to share our food and wine experience in a podcast that covers our experiences and expertise with a great sense of humor and without taking ourselves too bloody seriously. Welcome to Katze ...
 
Show on DDR. Every 4th Thursday. Rashers Tierney & Beardy bring you a no fixed abode approach to the rinsing sound. Session mash ups to leave you flat upon your back. Send promos to hollerddr@gmail.com Look us up on Podcast Addict, iTunes, Stitcher or any of those other things you use to subscribe and you can add us straight to your Jiggerwatt.
 
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Pull up a chair for this special "Accademia Giallo" lesson on 1974's The Killer Reserved Nine Seats! Yes, "Scare-a-Thon 2021" rolls on with another lively livestream benefiting Chicago's Albany Park Theater Project! This week, Ian and Aaron welcome Jon Kitley of Kitley's Krypt for a look at Gieusseppe Bennati's theatre-set thriller. This viewer-req…
 
Welcome to Giallo of the Month Club! For our first ever GOTMC debate, we discuss James Wan's supernatural thriller, MALIGNANT (2021). Does MALIGNANT fall within the giallo filone? Listen to find out. To learn more about director James Wan's influences for this film, you can listen to his interview with GOTMC host Dianna here. Follow the podcast on …
 
Dave and Jon close out season one with Michele Soavi's 1987 giallo/slasher hybrid Stage Fright, a.k.a. Deliria. CW: Gendered violence, problematic gender stereotypes. Copyright © 2021 David Thomas and Jon Dear Availability on disc and streaming: Blu-ray.com Our theme music: Silent Night (Dark Piano Version) by myuu Creative Commons — Attribution 3.…
 
Once upon a time… horror was something you learned from your grandmother or the tribal elder. It is ancient horror by way of magic and myth, bolstered by the shared beliefs of a culture. This sub-genre is open to a broad range of interpretations and can be somewhat hard to pin down for definition. Leave it to the Scariest Things who were not afraid…
 
Welcome to PRIMETIME! Corey and Dr. West watch Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, courtesy of Peacock, as they recap their experience at the return of HorrorHound Weekend 2021 back in September. They also get you ready for HorrorHound Weekend 2022 which again will stalk the Sharonville Convention Center March 25th-27th in Cincinnati, OH. …
 
Ian and David take a long, hard look at Daniel Craig's final mission as James Bond! No Time To Die, the series' oft-delayed 25th entry, is finally in theatres, and has garnered mixed reactions from legions of fans--including your hosts, who found a lot to admire and to critique. In their spoiler-filled review, the guys talk about the controversies …
 
The coats are covering themselves in paint to further explore the condition of Argento's 1996 giallo: "The Stendhal Syndrome". Using his daughter, Asia Argento, once again to explore the blurring of reality and identity when faced with TRAUMA (but not that trauma). Often overlooked, "Stendhal" has seen a resurgence in popularity and forced many to …
 
Get ready to head down under, maniacs! This week we're continuing our Howl-O-Ween theme with the Australian set sequel "Howling III: The Marsupials" with guest co-host Lance Parkin. Also joining us this week is Filmmaker Steve Rudzinski promoting his new film CarousHELL 2! Listen in as we discuss the flick and other topics such as bartering Sony Wa…
 
Join Dan and Bradley as the welcome writer, frequent podcast guest, frustrated vaudevillian and one of the nicest and smartest cats on the planet, STEPHANIE CRAWFORD to discuss John Waters' essential and often undervalued films of the 90's and 2000's: SERIAL MOM (1994), PECKER (1998), CECIL B. DEMENTED (2000) and A DIRTY SHAME (2004). and for those…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On this episode of HOW DO YOU DO, FELLOW KIDS? we’re looking at the Sundance Grand Jury Prize winning comedy IN THE SOUP from 1992, featuring a dynamite performance from the late Seymour Cassel, small appearances from Jim Jarmusch, Sam Rockwell, Stanley Tucci and Carol Kane, and – of course – Steven Buscemi as aspiring filmmaker …
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Sammy and Todd discuss Cauldron Video releases of The Collingswood Story (2002) directed by Michael Constanza and 1974: La Posesion de Altair (2016) directed by Victor Dryere!!! Thanks for everything over the past years, the show will be going on hiatus for the foreseeable future due to unfo…
 
Earth's Mightiest Critics assemble once again to wade through Venom: Let There Be Carnage! In director Andy Serkis' sequel to the surprise 2018 smash hit, sad-sack indie journalist Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) must reckon with a savage alien that has melded with his body. Woody Harrelson pops up as death row inmate Cletus Cassidy, who gets a taste of Br…
 
Corey Gorechrist welcomes back Trey of CREEPING DEATH to FANTASM Podcast to promote their newest EP, "The Edge of Existence." Out October 8th! Follow Creeping Death: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/creepingdea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/creepingdeat...Twitter: https://twitter.com/creepingdeathtxSpotify: https://spoti.fi/2KeUbvVApple …
 
For some of us, going a little crazy is just the time when life starts getting fun. Madness? Mania? Fanaticism? Call it what you like. I call it passion, and I am drawn to people who need to create something out of their mad love. The creation might seem crazy to the average person, but to those it speaks to, it is a beautiful gift. My guest is Jay…
 
Happy Howl-O-Ween maniacs! Join us as we kick off our brand new theme this month with Howling II: Your Sister Is a Werewolf from 1985. Guest co-host Lance Parkin is back this week to discuss this sequel and other topics such as Christopher Lee looking bored, another cast member from Herman's Pee-Wee, and how many boob shots is too many?…
 
Join Daniel Pullen and Bradley J. Kornish as they discuss the film work and life of the boldly enigmatic artist, actor and playwright Susan Tyrrell. Dan and Brad are joined by their friend, cofounder of the great website THE PINK SMOKE, John Cribbs. We discuss Tyrrell's one of a kind eye on Hollywood and her singular yet wildly varied acting career…
 
Richard sits down on his virtual toadstool to talk with writer and filmmaker Dan Wilder. They get sexy but don't talk about "making the sex act". Instead they cover a wide range of topics including their twin obsessions of cross-fit and fast cars. Please note the ingredients. Dan's IMDB https://www.imdb.com/name/nm6409721/ Dan's Debut Feature Film …
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify Convicted of a crime he didn’t commit, John Merill (kickboxing champ Jerry Trimble) is sent to a brutal island prison run by the sadistic Warden Acosta (Vic Diaz!) in 1993’s LIVE BY THE FIST, a straight up remake of 1991’s BLOODFIST III! This one has George Takei, though! On this episode of WHATEVER HAPPENED TO VIC DIAZ? we took …
 
Welcome back, children of the night! The "Scare-a-Thon" tradition continues as our good friend Aaron Christensen of Horror 101 with Dr. A.C. spends all of October watching horror movies and raising money for a worthy cause. This year, he's supporting Chicago's Albany Park Theatre Project, which creates transformative experiences that forge an inclu…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Todd and Sammy are sponsored by DiabolikDVD.com and we bring you coverage of Dead and Buried (1981) directed by Gary Sherman and The Dead Zone (1983) directed by David Cronenberg!!! Please head over to Diabolik DVD and buy some discs and tell them that the GGtMC sent ya!!! Emails to midnitec…
 
Brian McGuire and Emmy James in Hello? (2021) The Scariest Things loves its short horror films, and we had the privilege to talk with director Tim Shechmeister who gave us our favorite horror short from the extensive roster of great shorts that played at the Portland Horror Film Festival. Check out an exclusive release of “Hello?” right here in thi…
 
This week, we talk about one of the best horror / science fiction films of the 70’s. Of course, we are talking about the 1978 Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Expert cinematography, excellent writing and an all-star cast including Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams, Jeff Goldbum, Leonard Nimoy and one or our favorite Canadians Art Hindle. Intro: “Necro…
 
Ian talks with co-directors Andrew and Jon Erwin about their new film, The Jesus Music! This lively and thorough documentary traces the history of Contemporary Christian Music from its surprising roots in the hippie movement of the 1960s to its global 21st Century diversification. Packed with interviews, rare footage, and, yes, lots of inspirationa…
 
Do you feel lucky, maniacs? This week we're talking Clint Eastwood in the 1984 slasher flick Tightrope. Guest co-host Lance Parkin is back to dissect this Giallo flavored thriller with our best Clint impressions. We also discuss topics like killer Puma sneakers, the sadness of a grown man with a Grover doll, and Dan Hedaya only showing up when some…
 
Break out the love beads and garlic! Today, Ian and Aaron take a trippy trip through "Hammerland" with a look at Alan Gibson's Dracula A.D. 1972! In an effort to bring Dracula out of the dusty period-piece past and into "modern" times, Hammer Films transports Christopher Lee's vicious vamp to swingin' London where he faces off against a descendent …
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On a very special episode of JodoWOWsky we’re joined by JODOROWSKY’S DUNE director Frank Pavich for a freewheeling conversation covering his first meeting with Alejandro Jodorowsky, the development of the documentary, his influence on Jodorowsky’s career over the past ten years, his future projects and so much more! Check out Fra…
 
The woods are nature at its most feral. The deep, dark forest is the original home of the boogeyman, long before there were dark closets and basements and that space under your bed. The Folk Horror subgenre has gained a new audience as more young filmmakers exploit the fine line between the natural and the supernatural...and openly ask if there's a…
 
Ian and Mike don't believe in guilty pleasures, but they do appreciate "Awfully Great" movies! Yes, it's time for another ongoing series, and we're kicking things off with a 30th-anniversary tribute to David Kellogg's magnum oh-yeah-pus, Cool as Ice! Robert Van Winkle stars as Johnny, a colorful space alien/superhero* who brings style and hip-hop c…
 
The Durella grape - known in Veneto as Durello - is proving to be one of the most interesting rediscoveries of the Veneto wine scene in the last decade, a variety which is well suited to the production of sparkling wines, including the classic method, with results of primary importance. Proof of this is the Lessini Durello Riserva Metodo Classico E…
 
Tonight we are joined by TWO brilliant guests Stephanie Crawford and Alexandria Daniels to talk about John Waters' 1980's output Cry-Baby, Polyester and Hairspray We also talk about Bradley's questionable past and our imagining of what a John Waters' DUNE would be like. and for those who read! here's a great piece on Waters' career written by the G…
 
Ian speaks with screenwriter Matt Harris about his new Netflix film, The Starling! Melissa McCarthy and Chris O'Dowd star as Lily and Jack, a couple struggling to save their marriage following a life-altering tragedy. After Jack is committed to a mental institution, Lily seeks help from a retired therapist-turned-veterinarian, played by Kevin Kline…
 
The coats are donning masks and counting crows at the theatre, where the main event is Dario Argento's 1987 giallo: "Opera". Arguably one of the last great films the Italian Hitchcock devised, "Opera" is a whirlwind of a giallo that pulls out many of Argento's old tricks. Although, this film may the most ingenious and greatest kill in giallo histor…
 
Load up your paintball guns, maniacs, because this week we're talking the 1986 action slasher hybrid The Zero Boys! Guest co-host Lance Parkin is back to discuss the flick and topics such as Joe Estevez's choice of footwear as a backwoods killer, the consistency of Dimetapp versus Blood, and another tasty review of the Millvale, PA Hardee's locatio…
 
Ian and Pat close out the summer with a look at George Lucas' mainstream breakout hit, American Graffiti! Yes, two years before Star Wars, the young filmmaker created a love letter to the mischievous car-culture Americana of his teen years--resulting in not only one of the most profitable independent movies ever made but also launching an entire ge…
 
Simon and Richard turn their inner eyeholes upside down with a heady little film called Beyond the Black Rainbow (2010). Then they reveal their innermost fantasies about sensual candy bars and the taste of friendship. It's quite a catalog of forbidden desires and clearance notebooks. Simon's blog: http://creatures-of-light-and-darkness.blogspot.com…
 
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