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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
From the grue-crew behind Horror News Radio, Decades of Horror 1980s covers the horror, sci-fi and fantasy films from the Eighties. Classics from John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg and more.
 
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
From the grue-crew behind Horror News Radio, Decades of Horror 1980s covers the horror, sci-fi and fantasy films from the Eighties. Classics from John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg and more.
 
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The Queue From Hell
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Join Michael Leal & Jeremy Johnston as they try to make sense of the Scifi, Horror, and Genre films from their massively backlogged movie queues. Updated weekly.
 
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BBandBC Podcast
Weekly+
 
All things Grindhouse, Exploitation, Drive-In and B-Movies. Podcast. Movie Reviews. Video Game Reviews. Genre Film Articles. Ladies of Exploitation.
 
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On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Friday, July 14th, 2017) Dennis Tzeng, John Rocha, David Griffin, Matt Knost Sinead DeVries and Wendy Lee discuss the following: -Wonder Woman holding better than any Superhero movie in 15 years; new image released from Justice League -Joe Pesci Finally Signs on to ‘The Irishman’ as Martin Scorsese Solidi ...…
 
On this week's Go Home in a Box, Chris & Joel take a look at Mad Max and Escape from New York and discuss the influence these films had on the action/sci-fi subgenre known as the post-apocalyptic future. From the vast desert wastelands to the urban decay, filmmakers were especially fond of copying these two archetypes to varying levels of succe ...…
 
Let’s play a game. Think of three iconic teen movies from the late 90’s/ early 00’s. Got ‘em? I’d be willing to bet actress Nicole Bilderback was in one of these movies, maybe even all three. Nikki made her film debut in Clueless and went on to star in Can’t Hardly Wait and Bring it On. During our chat we talked all things 90’s teen movies, gro ...…
 
The Joy of Film Podcast, Episode 15: Summer Film Extravaganza, Featuring Spider-Man: Homecoming, Wonder Woman and Alien: Covenant On this episode of The Joy of Film Podcast, we (Rich and Kevin) discuss some of the biggest summer movie releases, including: Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming, DC's Wonder Woman, Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant, Edgar ...…
 
Hosts Paco Romane and George Chen are joined by Alamo Drafthouse LA programmer Bret Berg to discuss The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years (1988, Penelope Spheres), SNL, Los Angeles, and other sidetracks. As a programmer for Alamo Drafthouse’s upcoming Los Angeles location, Bret produces and hosts Alamo’s preliminary pop-u ...…
 
On today's episode, a journey to the Valley of the Sun..."death" valley, as it were in this serviceable, yet flawed remake of the Wes Craven classic, The Hills Have Eyes.In this 2006 flick, Alexandre Aja is behind the camera lens (he of, the new-wave French classic, Haute Tension and Piranha 3D). And we get a little preamble featuring some nucl ...…
 
This week, indie film composer Ian Deaton drops in to share a list he found on IMDB of films shot in Georgia. We pick through and discuss our favorite genre films from the 40's through the mid-90's, a turning point for Georgia, and its film economy. We talk about swampsploitation, Burt Reynolds, 18 foot grizzly bears, camp snacks, and more in t ...…
 
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The Really Awful Movies Podcast
 
It's a rite of passage for many North American kids: being sent to summer camp. In the late 70s, early 80s, a spate of summer camp movies came out, usually with some maniac hell-bent on murdering counselors. However in Meatballs, we venture into uncharted territory on the Really Awful Movies Podcast, as this is our first "raunchy teen comedy." ...…
 
This week, Chris & Joel explore the underside of cinematic history when they give some backstory into the exploitation trend of the 1970s. From grindhouse theatres to drive-ins, the guys explore the various subgenres of exploitation cinema and provide some movie recommendations that you should get familiar with. Plus, Chris introduces the "five ...…
 
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Daily Grindhouse Podcast
 
"In this very special Pride Month special, Wendi Freeman hosts a roundtable of some of the LGBT writers at Daily Grindhouse- Jeremy Lowe, Paul Freitag-Frey and Jovy Skol. Together they chat about the importance of gay themes in genre film, such as "Nightmare on Elm St 2", "Hellbent", the controversial "Cruising", and the balance of bare butts t ...…
 
Trey Edward Shults’ new IT COMES AS NIGHT takes as one of its influences John Carpenter’s 1982 bloody masterpiece THE THING, which is as good a reason as any to revisit one of our favorite genre films. In this half of the discussion, we geek out over the film’s how’d-they-do-that gore effects and distinctive ensemble, and theorize why THE THING ...…
 
Trey Edward Shults’ new IT COMES AS NIGHT takes as one of its influences John Carpenter’s 1982 bloody masterpiece THE THING, which is as good a reason as any to revisit one of our favorite genre films. In this half of the discussion, we geek out over the film’s how’d-they-do-that gore effects and distinctive ensemble, and theorize why THE THING ...…
 
Chris & Joel return with a vengeance with a breakdown of the American horror film in the 1990s. With Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street winding down, which franchises carried the torch through the decade? From the Child's Play series, through the Leprechaun franchise, even through the impact that television played with the genre, Chr ...…
 
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Nerdy Little Secret Master Podcasts Feed
 
It’s a special episode as the Cinemosity gang talks about two movies! There’s their usual choice from the wonderful world of b-movies, bad movies and genre film and also their views on WONDER WOMAN. They go in deep on Wonder Woman including spoilers so it takes place after they talk about their movie for the show, Bong Joon Ho’s monster masterp ...…
 
It’s a special episode as the Cinemosity gang talks about two movies! There’s their usual choice from the wonderful world of b-movies, bad movies and genre film and also their views on WONDER WOMAN. They go in deep on Wonder Woman including spoilers so it takes place after they talk about their movie for the show, Bong Joon Ho’s monster masterp ...…
 
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
“Whoa, whoa. You better watch what you say about my car. She’s real sensitive.” Arnie Cunningham (Keith Gordon) is rather protective of his 1957 Plymouth Fury named Christine. He worked hard to restore it, pretty much rebuilding it from the ground up. Arnie doesn’t appreciate when people mince words in front of her. Or worse, lay an unprovoked ...…
 
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Decades of Horror | Movie Reviews of 1970s Classic Horror Films
 
“If You Survive This Night… Nothing Will Scare You Again.” – The tagline for Alice Sweet Alice (1976) promises an evening of terror and suspense while delivering an early genre film from Brooke Shields. Let the fun begin! The Black Saint and Doc Rotten tackle another groovy horror film from the 1970s. Joining the grue-crew is Gruesome Magazine ...…
 
Part of an ongoing series – the Needless Things Irregulars gather in the Phantom Zone to provide their own unique commentary on classic genre films! Arian's birthday is in June, so he got to pick this month's legendary superhero film – Trey Parker's Orgazmo! Perhaps not as well known as South Park, Team America, or Cannibal: The Musical, this f ...…
 
We've done a lot of crazy things on The B-Movies Podcast, but trying the distill all the movies of the 1980s into a simple Top Ten list may be the most foolhardy. But we're going to do it anyway! This week, film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold each reveal their picks for the ten best movies of the 1980s, and they only agree on a sin ...…
 
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
“Welcome to Fright Night. For Real!” Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon) welcomes a few guests into his home. Shame they welcomed him into their own. Fright Night is one of the more beloved examples of vampire films in the 1980s. Respecting the older examples while adding more than a few hallmarks that entered vampire lexicon in the years that fol ...…
 
After a prolonged hiatus, we are back to our normal operating day. Pardon our dust, mind the gap, thank you for your patience, and all of that. Things that are discussed in this episode: First and foremost, we have the phenomenal actor Justin Welborn, showcasing a range from the comically absurd to white hot tension with serious gravitas. You m ...…
 
This week The Blanchard Brothers try to figure out who is The Thing?!?!? This week my brother (Gavin) and I (Noah) discuss my personal favorite Carpenter film, 1982's Masterwork, The Thing. We go in-depth discussing Carpenter's collaborations with effects wizard/wunderkind Rob Bottin as well as his cinematic muse, Kurt Russell (Arguably their b ...…
 
I våras skrev tidskriften om hur vi lever i genrefilmens guldålder. Att de speciella, genrelekande berättelserna med begränsad budget förvandlats till vita dukens mest utmärkande verk. Stämmer det? Eller finns genrefilmen kanske inte ens kvar? Obiter Dictum reder ut och kopplar dessutom grepp på spelet PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds genom att fr ...…
 
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
“See you in the movies!” Eric Binford (Dennis Christopher) loves movies. The classic black and white films of old. Gangsters. Dashing cowboys. Universal Monsters. All are welcome in his escapist fantasies of the theater or his own memorability filled room to hide from reality. Sound a bit familiar? Yes, the protagonist of Fade to Black is a bit ...…
 
This week The Blanchard Brothers attempt an Escape From New York... In this week's episode my brother (Gavin) and I (Noah) dive into one of our all-time favorite Carpenter movies, 1981's Escape From New York. We get into the Russell / Carpenter of it all, the pure badass / anti-hero that is Snake Plissken, and of course our Remake / Recast disc ...…
 
Actress Betty Gabriel (GET OUT, THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR) joins Adam, Joe, and Arwen to discuss her craft. From graduating Iowa State with a degree in animal studies/pre-vet… to becoming a professional modern dancer in Chicago… to studying acting at Steppenwolf and graduating Julliard… to ultimately becoming an accomplished actress starring in ...…
 
This week The Blanchard Brothers look into, The Fog... This week, Gavin and I tackle Carpenter's follow-up to his smash success with Halloween, 1980's The Fog. While we loved this one as kids, this most recent rewatch wasn't as kind. We're still impressed with the awesome array of Character Actors on display but find The Fog itself somewhat of ...…
 
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Backyard Space Opera: Micro Budget Sci Fi | Stop Motion Animation | Practical Special Effects | Special Effects | Low Budget Science Fiction | Micro Budget Filmmaking | Science Fiction | Independent Filmmaking | Screenwriting
 
Hi everyone, welcome to another Backyard Space Opera Podcast! This week is a “production meeting” to welcome our newest contributor Amanda. We take the opportunity to discuss various aspects of our ongoing projects. We discuss how micro budget film making can aid in the pursuit of standard studio work. We’ll examine both the story elements and ...…
 
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Place to Be Nation POP
 
Chris Jordan and Joel La Puma debut on the Place to Be Nation family of podcasts, bringing you GO HOME IN A BOX, which provides weekly deep-cut discussion of genre films from the VHS era. Are you nostalgic for the days of Mom & Pop video stores and browsing through row after row of movies from the action, horror and sci-fi genres? Then this jus ...…
 
Gloom travels, Shadowrun, and post-soviet-collapse Russia, oh my! Shaun, Jen, and Paul, discuss the Russian urban fantasy blockbuster film, Night Watch, with special guest, Juan Sanmiguel! The group discuss American audience prejudice against foreign genre films, the fact that they’re probably missing a lot of cultural clues, and how Night Watc ...…
 
It's TV Movie time on Carpenter Revisisted as we discuss Someone's Watching Me! and ELVIS (Featuring Special Guest: Momma Blanchard) This week Gavin and I discuss Carpenter's TV Movie efforts Someone's Watching Me! and ELVIS. We open with a truncated conversation about the proto-Halloween / Hitchcockian thriller Someone's Watching Me! and then ...…
 
An intense thriller on the fringe of science fiction. This racial themed plot instantly provides a promising tension. Listen as we discuss our thoughts on writer and director Jordan Peele’s take on this multi genre film.
 
Cover Art by Vance KellyPart of an ongoing series – the Needless Things Irregulars gather in the Phantom Zone to provide their own unique commentary on classic genre films! Continuing the Alien-centric themes of the last few episodes, this month’s Commentary is James Cameron’s masterpiece, Aliens! After seeing Ridley Scott’s Alien in glorious R ...…
 
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
“Obey me! Or I will return you to the diseased state I found you in… and then I will slay BOTH of you!” Radu Molasar (Michael Carter) warns Dr. Theodore Cuza (Ian McKellan) not to question his judgement. Or else! Why he’s suggesting he’s going to return him to his earlier state and then kill him instead of just doing the latter is up for debate ...…
 
In this week's episode The Blanchard Brothers discuss Carpenter's most well-known and popular film, the one, the only, 1978's Halloween. Halloween is such an important and integral part of Carpenter's filmography we simply couldn't boil it down to one episode. What you'll hear this week is a semi-rough / very-off-the-cuff conversation (the 2nd ...…
 
In Episode #54 of Cult Following, Victor, Jasper, Kirby and Joshua discuss some of their favorite underseen, under the radar genre films. From favorites like Dead Alive to the 1993 Body Snatchers remake, find out what films the gang thinks you ought to check out if you're looking for something unique for movie night!…
 
In the inaugural episode of Carpenter Revisited The Blanchard Brothers tackle Carpenter's student film collaboration/1st theatrical feature, Dark Star, and the film that truly put him on the map, 1976's Assault On Precinct 13. Our first episode features my brother (Gavin) and I (Noah) jumping into an admittedly brief discussion of Dark Star (mo ...…
 
On this very special bonus episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon travel across 5 provinces and 3 states to attend the first annual Overlook Film Festival. Hosted atop Mount Hood in historic Timberline Lodge, the hotel that provided the exteriors for Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of Stephen King's horror classic "The Shining", as well ...…
 
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Decades of Horror 1980s | Classic Genre Films from the Eighties
 
“They’re Here.” Carol Anne Freeling (Heather O’Rourke) becomes an iconic character in the history of horror. Poltergeist sent shockwaves through audiences when it premiered 35 years ago. Taking the traditional suburban landscape and sending ghosts through it. Giving a whole generation fears of trees, TV sets and clowns. The nightmare fuel is pa ...…
 
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BBandBC Podcast
 
Mike, Iris and Mark discuss the William Lustig directed VIGILANTE (1983) in our final installment of Badasses, Boobs and Body Counts’ exploration of genre films featuring actor Joe Spinell. This episode contains our signature shenanigans and covers yet another film by Hall of Fame Badass Fred “The Hammer” Williamson. We hope you enjoy our discu ...…
 
This is one bloodsucker you don't wanna mess with! Daybreakers is our first taste of Ethan's bizarre genre films. Our guest, Luke Conley, has a lot of opinions about this grim vampiric fable. Enjoy!Keep Hawking the skies! Follow us on Twitter (@Hawke_Cast)
 
download the interview here! The very last of our interviews from the Chattanooga Film Festival and one of the most memorable. Travis and David are responsible for helping the best independent genre films of the past 5 or 6 years make it to the big screen and it was an absolute blast chatting with them about their lives in the business, their p ...…
 
In Episode 0 of Carpenter Revisited hosts, The Blanchard Brothers, introduce themselves to listeners and lay out what they can expect from future episodes of the show. Carpenter Revisited features my brother (Gavin) and I (Noah) revisiting the filmography of our shared favorite childhood director; the man, the myth, the Master of Horror himself ...…
 
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Kaiju Transmissions Podcast
 
In celebration of Mystery Science Theater 3000's brand new season on Netflix, Byrd and Matt are joined by MST superfan Trev (Days of Future Podcast/If It Bleeds We Can Kill It), this time to discuss the phenomena that is MST3K! Although the show's reputation among kaiju fans is rather split, there are a great many who got their first taste of t ...…
 
Go ahead, punk! MAKE OUR DAY by listening to the latest ERIC ROBERTS IS THE FUCKING MAN podcast! This episode features the triumphant return of Shock Cinema and Cinema Sewer contributor Michael Sullivan to cover two Eric Roberts-starring classics! First we sail away with Rutger Hauer, Karen Allen, Connie Nielsen and ERIC ROBERTS in the 1993 mad ...…
 
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Pex Lives: A Doctor Who Podcast
 
James and still-fresh new awesome co-host Lee Russell continue to look at the Amicus genre films with this Christopher Lee starring version of the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde story. Both were surprised at just how good this film was. It's available on YouTube in full if you want to check it out before listening.…
 
Part of an ongoing series – the Needless Things Irregulars gather in the Phantom Zone to provide their own unique commentary on classic genre films! Special Guest Mr. Beau Brown chooses this month’s movie – the 1983 sci-fi/fantasy cult classic, Krull! Thanks to Star Wars and Conan the Barbarian science fiction and fantasy were hot genres in the ...…
 
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Junkfood Cinema
 
One Junky Summer returns as we kick off our season-long retrospective of the best genre films of 1987! First up, the flick that redefined buddy cop cinema: Lethal Weapon. Sure, it's a spectacular, hilarious, and quotable action comedy...but it's also an intensely dark foray into the scarred psyche of Vietnam vets?! Brian and Cargill delve into ...…
 
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