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PODCAST 226: The Wolf Man & Wolf

The exploration into the many horrors of Universal Studios continues as Cory shares his thoughts on The Wolf Man, starring Lon Chaney Jr., and Forest reviews the '90s wolf man interpretation Wolf, starring Jack Nicholson and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Forest also chats about being disappointed by the new The Birth of a Nation and he sees Once, live and on stage. Cory attends this years Living Dead Weekend, where he visits the filming locations of both The Night of the Living Dead and The Crazies in Evans City, Pa. AND got to touch THE comic book from Creepshow. The Horror Duo also enjoy the latest installment of Toho's Godzilla, Shin Godzilla (aka Godzilla: Resurgence).

All this and Freddy's Nightmares & Popcorn on VHS.


  • 00:00 Intro & News
  • 29:36 "The Wolf Man"
  • 49:02 Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 51:42 "Wolf"
  • 66:50 Comments & Conclusion



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Blake Matthews said...

Question: What movie do you two prefer? Godzilla (2014) or Shin Godzilla? Or is it really an apples and oranges thing?

Gill-Men have had limited screen time over the years. During the 50s and 60s, they made appearances in MONSTER OF PIEDRAS BLANCAS; HORROR AT PARTY BEACH; the Italian film SCREAMERS; and Roger Corman’s cult classic HUMANOIDS FROM THE DEEP, which was apparently so sleazy that Corman himself said that parts of it were too much.

In addition to the Robert Englund PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, another PHANTOM remake that took the horror angle was the 1990s version directed by Dario Argento.

Blake Matthews said...

To me, the best part of POPCORN was that the filmmakers actually made their own B-movies to be shown at the film festival. One was a movie about a guy with an electric touch, like THE PROJECTED MAN or INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN. Then they made a giant bug movie about a killer mosquito. And finally there was a faux-Japanese movie called THE STENCH, which had bad dubbing and vivid optical effects, although we never actually find out what that film-within-a-film is about.

Blake Matthews said...

One more thing, in Brazilian folklore, a werewolf arises when a Family has six sons and their seventh child is also a boy, who is considered to be the Devil's tithing. In the case of seven daughters, the seventh daughter is destined to be a witch, also as the Devil's tithing.

Kenny Teeology said...

Have you guys heard of the metal band "Iced Earth"? They've been kicking around since the mid-80's. Aside from the traditional Apocalyptic-themed songs, Iced Earth's catalog also features albums with themes such as historic military leaders (The Glorious Burden), an album based on Todd McFarlane's Spawn character (The Dark Saga), and an album about Horror movie monsters. "Horror Show" includes songs about Frankenstein, Dracula, and a kick-ass song about 'The Omen'. Definitely worth checking out...

Anomalous Host said...

So judging from the comments from last episode, seems like there's a general consensus for you guys to dress up as the dicks you are for Halloween. Well fuck it, you mine as well go all in:


Oh, that's right, racist dicks. Got that covered too:

And I doubt you guys will be able to track this down, but you should be aware of it, since you seem like sensible board gamers with mature tastes. There's a board game called Titty Grab. Because if we're going for the racist pretentious bag of dicks angle, mine as well throw in some sexist shit too.

Blake Matthews said...

News bit: http://collider.com/godzilla-2-writers-room-king-kong-crossover/