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PODCAST 313: The Happiness of the Katakuris & House 2

This week Forest continues what he has titled "Oh the Humanity. Oh the Japanity" with Takashi Miike's cult film The Happiness of the Katakuris. Cory returns to last week's house with House 2: The Second Story and there is a "caterpuppy", for some reason.


WRITTEN REVIEW: Men, Women & Chainsaws

Why are so many people so attracted to horror films? It's not something that people spend a lot of time thinking about, but it is strange that a sizable number of us seek out images of knife-wielding maniacs chasing terrified women.The popular consensus among the mainstream, both liberal and conservative is that this fascination is rooted entirely in misogyny; that male horror fans are drawn to these movies because secretly we're all Ted Bundy and just want to see women being tortured, brutalized and mutilated. Fortunately with her landmark book Men, Women and Chainsaws, professor Carol J. Clover thinks very differently.


PODCAST 312: House & House [Home Sweet Home Edition]

This week the Horror Duo take on the theme of crazy houses. Forest begins a series focused on Japanese films, beginning with the tripy '70s flick House. Cory covers House - the first in an odd series of films.


WRITTEN REVIEW: King Cohen: The Wild World of Filmmaker Larry Cohen

There is an old bit of advice for anyone who is struggling to be successful doing something they love, whether it be with music, writing, or film making. That advice is simple; “Just do it”. Do what you're passionate about. Do it, and do it again. Do it so much that you get tired of doing it, and then do it some more. This is how you hone your craft. This is how you get that well deserved attention. And this is how you find your voice.


PODCAST 311: Maniac Cop 2 & It's Still Alive [Sequelitis Edition 2]

This week the Horror Duo take on another pair of sequels. Forest blown away by Maniac 2 - the return of the undead renegade police officer Matthew Cordell. Cory has baby issues with Larry Cohen's second killer baby flick - It Lives Again.


WRITTEN REVIEW: Goddess of Love

Bitches be crazy, am I right? Well okay, that isn't a fair question. But in the case of Venus – the Goddess of Love - it's pretty spot on.

Goddess of Love is about a young aspiring dancer, Venus, played by Alexis Kendra (Hatchet 2), who is studying to become a professional ballet dancer while moonlighting as a dancer of the exotic variety to make ends meet.