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22.5.19

PODCAST 360: Gothic, Goth & Strangeland


This week the Horror Crew talk all things dark and macabre. Rhiannon kicks things off with Ken Russell's Gothic, about the inspiration for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, complete with Gothic literary history lesson. Forest covers a look at a less than flattering take on modern goths with Goth. And Cory rounds things out with Strangeland - a cautionary tale of chatrooms and the underground goth lifestyle of the mid '90s starring Dee Snider.

They also chat about Saw confusion, asking; "Why all the DVDs are indistinguishable from one another?". Harvey Weinstein eats dicks, and spiders laying eggs inside a strange woman's vagina.

"GOTHIC"

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"GOTH"

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"STRANGELAND"

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TIME CODE

  • 00:00 - Introduction & News
  • 33:23 - "Gothic"
  • 1:26:50 - Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 1:27:52 - "Goth"
  • 1:51:27 - "Strangeland"
  • 2:16:48 - Comments & Conclusion

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2 comments:

Blake said...

Re: Gothic – Since Lord Byron is played by Gabriel Byrne (aka the Devil in END OF DAYS), I was hoping that Rhiannon would mention a scene where he argues with Julian Sands about who could satisfy Mary more. Sands would scream, in a British accent, “You’re a f***ing choirboy compared to me! A choirboy!”

@Rhiannon – Did you ever watch HAUNTED SUMMER, which also tells the same story as GOTHIC?

Re: Two-Headed movies – The three of you could easily dedicate an episode to the subject with: THE MANSTER; THE INCREDIBLE TWO-HEADED TRANSPLANT; and THE THING WITH TWO HEADS.

And celebrity deaths: Doris Day and Ashley Massaro.

Blake said...

Some other things:

1. It was Mount Tambora that caused the Year without a Summer, not Krakatoa. Krakatoa erupted in the 1880s.

2. Did you guys watch the TNT Original Movie of Frankenstein from the 1990s, with Patrick Bergen as the doctor and Randy Quaid as the monster? I hear it's pretty faithful. Also, the TERROR OF FRANKENSTEIN, a Swedish film from the early 70s.

3. The Late Venerated Horror Film Icon Sir Christopher Lee not only played Rasputin in, RASPUTIN THE MAD MONK, but also met two of the people involved in Rasputin's assassination.