Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Horror 101 Episode X: Part One of the John Carpenter Apocalyptic Trilogy

This is the first of three shows focusing on John Carpenter’s Apocalyptic Trilogy. First up, The Thing (1982). This is truly an amazing film that scores high on every level. Join as we discuss why its such a great movie and how it’s initial release was plagued with bad press, horrible timing and a fan base that turned their back on it. How could this have happened? What was the original Thing From Another World (1951)like? How does the The Thing Prequel (2011) compare to Carpenter’s vision? Join your hosts Cash, The World Famous Brian Stewart, Cult Sensation Nick MacPherson and special guest The Macabre Todd Gervais for another solid podcast dissecting a film that is firmly in most horror fan’s top 10.
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Exorcast Episode 25

On this weeks show we review Brianne Murphy’s Blood Sabbath starring Dyanne Thorne, Brian Paulin’s Bone Sickness & Astron-6′s Father’s Day! We also have an interview with Eamon Hardiman, the director of the Porkchop trilogy and we deliver Last Rites to Douglas Curtis’ The Sleeping car!
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The Electric Chair 2D Episode 4: Shark Week

Midnight Corey celebrates shark week by talking about the newest release of Jaws. Then director L. Gustavo Cooper stops by to talk about his wonderful zombie short, Velvet Road.

The Electric Char 017: Like This Job

Two fellow podcasters join Midnight Corey on short notice to take part in an epic discussion of a legendary zombie movie: Return of the Living Dead (1985)—Jamie (Devour the Podcast, Evil Episodes) and Evil Dave (The Insideoutcast).
All that and a good dose of Midnight Corey’s randomness. Leave a comment here and on iTunes if you would be so kind.
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0:00:00 » Intro
0:05:34 » Jamie and Evil Dave
1:54:21 » Outro
1:55:45 » Music


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The Ecto Radio Horror Show 63 The Ectolympics Finals

In this episode we have the first round of the finals in the Ectolympics. Racer versus Wicked Wendy in a bout of horror trivia.
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The Dream Warriors Horrorcast Episode 26: Your The Best Around!( Or at least 1/2 way through the year)

Episode 26: Your The Best Around!( Or at least 1/2 way through the year)

Okay everyone thank you for returning to us!! This time we come to you what I feel is one of our strongest episodes yet!! The best of 2012 so far show. This includes movies that were theatrical in 2011, but released on home video 2012. Had alot of fun on this one and hope everyone enjoys!!! Find us on and ask us a question, also on facebook, and twitter @dreamwarriorshc, and @newty28. Or if you want to talk try the voicemail (            856-298-1477      ) Thanks!!

Dark Discussions Episode 069 - Jaws (1975)

In 1973, author Peter Benchley had his now famous novel, Jaws, published to great acclaim. Inspired by a number of real life incidents of sharks attacking humans, the novel is the journey of three very different men who come together to hunt down a shark that has been terrorizing sunbathers and tourists of a small Northeastern American ocean community.
Paramount Pictures and Steven Spielberg took Mr. Benchley's script and made one of the most terrifying and successful films in history. The story of the great white shark brings drama, horror, thriller, and action themes all together in one. The result defined the spectacle film and changed both Hollywood and cinema forever. The summer movie was born yet as time has passed, re-evaluation of such films has clarified that such films have as much to say as those considered more academic.
With the 100th anniversary of Paramount Pictures, Jaws has been given a re-mastering. The new blu-ray and high definition release of the film comes to viewers this August resulting in arguably the greatest presentation of a now genre classic. Dark Discussions discusses the film and its many sidebars including its commentary on socioeconomics, the famous U.S.S. Indianapolis speech, how the 1970's made famous such iconic scientists as Jacques Cousteau, and why they think the film has continued to be loved today. Even if nostalgia is part of the film's appeal, whether by luck or skill, the tightly woven tale still feels as relevant today as it did in 1975.
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