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PODCAST 282: The Green Slime & The Ambulance

This week the Horror Duo have chosen to take on a pair of suggested films as a way to give thanks to all of you listeners...sort of. Forest shares his thoughts, and even defends the Japanese made space/monster movie The Green Slime. Cory totally throws giving thanks out the window when he discovered the Larry Cohen film The Ambulance, starring Stan Lee from Marvel Comics.


WRITTEN REVIEW: The Moose Head Over the Mantel

Some time ago I bought my first house. As I spent the first few weeks painting and doing basic repairs - making it my own, I kept thinking about all the things the previous owners and their families experienced since it was built in 1927. First the great depression, WWII, the Civil Rights Movement, the Red Scare


PODCAST 281: Brain Dead & Innocent Blood

This week the Horror Duo share their thoughts about a pair of films that have been donated to them by regular listener and filthy animal Anomalous Host. Forest discusses Brain Dead, a trippy paranoid film about madness starring Bill Paxton and Bill Pullman. Cory dives into the mind of John Landis while reviewing his 90's vampire/mob flick Innocent Blood.


PODCAST 280: Hack-O-Lantern & 31 [Satanic Sacrifice Edition]

This week the Horror Duo don their long black robes, and light their tall black candles and offer up a pair of Halloween themed film for sacrifice. Forest shares his thoughts on the straight to video 80's satanic slasher Hack-O-Lantern. Cory covers Rob Zombie's most recent film, 31, about powdered wig wearing aristocratic murderers.


PODCAST 279: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde & Mary Reilly

This week the Horror Duo take on yet another classic horror film - comparing it to a modern take on the same source material. Forest raves about the 1931 Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, and Cory is totally underwhelmed by Mary Reilly.


PODCAST 278: The Invisible Man & Hollow Man

This week the Horror Duo revisit another Universal classic, H.G. Wells' The Invisible Man, while also comparing it to Paul Verhoeven's Hollow Man - a contemporary film of the same source material. In doing so, they also chat about how they might use the power of invisibility for personal gain.