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The Clive Barker Podcast

Ryan Danhauser and Jose Leitao

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The Cilve Barker Podcast (or Barkercast) is an independent editorial fan site and podcast that is not affiliated with or under contract by Clive Barker or Seraphim Films. This is a labor of love by the fans, for the fans. web www.clivebarkercast.com
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Welcome to Friday Night Fratricide, A Horror Movie Podcast. Each week, your hosts Fraser and Euan will discuss a double bill of horror movies. From the classics to the obscure, they discuss everything from jump scares to psychological terror, analysing what makes each film a success or failure in the genre. Whether you're a seasoned horror fan or a newcomer to the world of fright, Fraser and Euan offer unique insights and commentary that will keep you engaged and entertained. With a deep kno ...
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A Silver Bolo Award-winning, family-friendly monster movie podcast. 11-year-old Al and CadaverDad Jef Burnham discuss getting cinematically spooked and (in Al's Monster Stampede) how to stay safe should you find yourself trapped in a horror movie! Also, follow us on Twitter (@Cadaver_Cast) and Facebook (@CadaverCast), and subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts so you don't ever have to miss an episode! "The coolest, most adorable podcast I've ever heard!" -Korina C.
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Good conversations about bad movies, where Movie Miss & others discuss movies that are considered "Turkeys" i.e. less than stellar in someone's opinion, whether it be a low Rotten Tomatoes score, a critical bomb, or just simply a film that the host/guests hated. Join us for laughs! Follow us on socials: @gobblepodcast Twitter, letstalkturkeys on IG, Let's Talk Turkeys on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/472449573828603, or email us at letstalkturkeys@yahoo.com. Also on Pandora, Amazo ...
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Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad

Valeska Griffiths & Joe Lipsett

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One feed, endless limited series horror podcasts. A feed of limited horror podcasts by women, LGBTQ+, BIPOC and members of the disability community and brought to you by the people behind Anatomy of a Scream and Grim. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Jenn and Rachel don their street clothes and try to find ice cream as they chat about new supes, old friends, forbidden love, and platonic partnerships in the debut episode of The Boys season 4! Wanna keep up with the show? Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @girlsontheboys > Jenn: @jennferatu - @LosersClubPod, @theladykpod, @SfAntagonist > Rachel…
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Episode 389 is the third in a three-part series honoring the late, great Roger Corman. Your hosts will be discussing a little classic called “Night of the Blood Beast”. Find out what happens when you revive a dead astronaut and then can’t believe a word he says.CTS can be found on Soundcloud, Apple Music and anywhere fine podcasts can be found.Plea…
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In the Clive Barker Podcast, long-time fans Ryan and Jose interview guests, bring you the news, and take deep dives into Barker-related stuff. In Episode 455 We return to our final episode of A-Z Commentaries (Referencing Clive Barker’s A-Z of Horror). In Z for Zombie, we watch the 3rd Evil Dead movie, Army of Darkness. Commentary: Army of Darkness…
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Terry and Joe wrap up series three of Sexy & Surreal with David Cronenberg's final 90s film, eXistenZ (1999). Gamer Terry gets into this first-time watch in its confusing back half, but finds plenty to love in the production design and Howard Shore's score. Plus: comparisons to The Matrix, "commit to the bit" actors like Law and Dafoe, and discussi…
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Bryan and Joe check out Clive Barker's first screenplay, Underworld aka Transmutations (1985). This George Pavlou (Rawhead Rex) film was plagued by producer interference, so much so that Barker has notoriously disowned it. For good reason! It's boring, has a soap opera aesthetic, and features an icky romance between Nicole (18 year old Nicola Cowpe…
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In the Clive Barker Podcast, long-time fans Ryan and Jose interview guests, bring you the news, and take deep dives into Barker-related stuff. In Episode 454 We break out our new 4K copies of Clive Barker’s Underworld (AKA Transmutations) and talk this new release, plus some listener feedback. Sponsor : Don Bertram’s Celebrate Imagination | ETSY St…
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Zomedy Comedies! You like horror? You like to laugh? Then this is the one for you. We've gone for the famous and the infamous. Not to everyone's taste, but still plenty to talk about. Hope you like Franken-Mummies! Support the Show. Make sure to follow us on other platforms to keep up to date with the Podcast, and send us your questions and thought…
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Before flying off with their Season Four coverage, Jenn, Rachel and special guest Justin Gerber reminisce about the weird, wild, and wonderful moments of season three. Stay tuned for some bold predictions about what’s in store for our fearless Spice Girls and Bad Boys in the upcoming season! Wanna keep up with the show? @girlsontheboys > Jenn: @jen…
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Jenn, Gena and Joe return to discuss the first four episodes of Kristen Bell's half serious, half parody Netflix series, The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window. Up for discussion: Bell as MVP, the show's best joke(s), messy women, comparisons to Police Academy and The Naked Gun and whether this would have been better s…
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Terry and Joe close out the David Lynch side of S03 with a very unorthodox text: 1999's The Straight Story. Or maybe it just seems odd. On closer inspection, though, there are clear Lynchian elements; they're just lurking under the surface! Plus: an Oscar-nominated performance by Richard Farnsworth, hitting deer on the highway, and an out of contro…
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Episode 388 is the second in a three-part series honoring the late, great Roger Corman. This time your hosts discuss “The Terror”, a 1963 film starring Boris Karloff and a very young Jack Nicholson.CTS can be found on Soundcloud, Apple Music and anywhere fine podcasts can be found.Please rate, review, subscribe- it really does help new listeners fi…
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We’re getting into some foreign horror for this episode and heading The Orphanage, the 2007 film directed by J.A. Bayona. We have disabled characters, some light touching of tropes of that we (thankfully) move away from and gut-punch of an ending. Want to share your thoughts on The Orphanage or suggest a film to cover? Reach out to Nichole on @Bodi…
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In the Clive Barker Podcast, long-time fans Ryan and Jose interview guests, bring you the news, and take deep dives into Barker-related stuff. In Episode 453 We’re joined by writer Peter Atkins as we delve into Hellbound to continue our series exploring the new Hellraiser Box Set, The Quartet of Torment. Available on YouTube video and Podcast Audio…
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Food, glorious food. You like cannibalism? I hope so, because we got a cannibalism double bill this week. Intentionally or not, horror films about food do tend to veer into the old long pig. Starting with a debatable "horror", Delicatessen, we go to post-apocalyptic France and see how an apartment building tries to survive. Weird. Very weird. Then …
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As the semester winds down, Jenn and Rachel join returning champion Joe Lipsett to cram for finals on puppet sex, popping heads, shocking cameos, and Chekhov’s supe virus with the second half of Gen V S01. Wanna keep up with the show? @girlsontheboys > Jenn: @jennferatu - @LosersClubPod, @theladykpod, @SfAntagonist > Rachel: @VinylGrrrl - @Hallowee…
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Bryan and Joe reach the end of the Nightbreed road with Clive Barker's Nightbreed Volumes 1-3, a comic series by writer Marc Andreyko with art by Piotr Kowalski, Emmanuel Xerx Javier and Devmalya Pramanik. Up for discussion: the pros and cons of standalone stories, a punishing backstory for Boone (C/W: everything), canonical debates about Ashberry:…
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In the Clive Barker Podcast, long-time fans Ryan and Jose interview guests, bring you the news, and take deep dives into Barker-related stuff. In Episode 452 we return to the Boom Studios run of Hellraiser comics; specifically The Dark Watch issues 5-8, plus we have some Lord of Illusions release news. Sponsor : Don Bertram’s Celebrate Imagination …
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How best to honour the late, great Roger Corman than by watching a couple of horror films? By no means the best director in the world, but an influence to many across the entertainment industry, and he gives us a couple of gems like Frankenstein Unbound and "giantess cheerleader gets naked and fights a giant spider". Truly magnificent. RIP, sir. Yo…
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Episode 387 is the first in a three-part series honoring the late, great Roger Corman. Your kind hosts are talking about “The Masque of the Red Death” (1964). This brilliantly colorful telling (or reimagining?) of the Edgar Allan Poe tale stars Vincent Price, Hazel Court and Jane Asher.CTS can be found on Soundcloud, Apple Music and anywhere fine p…
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It's finally time: we've reached Joe's favourite Cronenberg film, 1996's Crash. Expect lots of gushing from Joe, but what does first time viewer Terry think of the controversial film adaptation of J.G. Ballard's novel? Plus: is this sexy, clinical or both? Why is Elias Koteas so hot? Is the gay sex adequate? And where is Holly Hunter? Wanna connect…
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After a brief venture into crime thrillers, David Cronenberg made a return to the body horror subgenre with 2022’s Crimes of the Future. He brought along his current go-to actor, Viggo Mortensen, to tell the story of an aging performance artist whose partner…uses an eXistenZ style device to cut out the extra organs he grows regularly. As one does o…
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12-year-old Al and CadaverDad tackle a bizarre double feature of SUPER MARIO BROS. (1993) and GODZILLA MINUS ONE (2024)!Listen to us yap about more Godzilla movies earlier this year over on YouTube with our pal Dr. AC and a panel of awesome folk here: https://youtu.be/zcVE6jBxe5k?list=LLYou can support CadaverCast with your ratings and reviews on A…
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Movie Miss' Summer Announcement 2024. Be part of our fun bad movie conversations (We Want To Interact With You and Hear Your Thoughts!) by following both our facebook discussion group and our official page Let’s Talk Turkeys, on Instagram at letstalkturkeys (all one word), email us directly at ⁠letstalkturkeys@yahoo.com⁠, we're on X (Twitter) @gobb…
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In Episode 439, Ryan and Jose are joined by Ed and Nina to revisit Clive Barker’s A-Z of Horror recommendations, still stuck in the letter Z for Zombie that will not die. This time we’re watching Sam Raimi’s 1987 classic, Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn Commentary: Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn 1987, Written and Directed by Sam Raimi Show Notes Coming Next N…
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School is in session and the Girls are going to college! Join Jenn, Rachel, and Guest Professor Joe Lipsett (@bstolemyremote) to chat about devastating deaths, surprising strengths, horny hookups, and muppet mayhem as they get to know a new class of supes in the first four episodes of Gen V. Wanna keep up with the show? @girlsontheboys > Jenn: @jen…
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Episode 386 is about the 1983’s “The Wolf” (or “Wilczyca” as it is known in it’s motherland, Poland)This one looks beautiful and has a lot of socio-political subtext. This being said, you may want to give it a second viewing to catch anything you missed whilst reading subtitles.CTS can be found on Soundcloud, Apple Music and anywhere fine podcasts …
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Our journey into the realm of hot, messy women embroiled in murder mysteries continues with Tate Taylor's adaptation of Paula Hawkins' The Girl On The Train. Much like The Woman in the Window, the film stars an A-list actress (here it's Emily Blunt) doing great work in a lukewarm thriller. Plus: female archetypes, too complicated plotting, our desi…
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Please enjoy this Unlocked Patreon episode! Get more exclusive content only available over at Patreon.com/letstalkturkeys *Trigger Warning: This movie's plot and topics of discussion include death, dying and a discussion on suicidal thoughts. If those topics are upsetting to you, please skip this episode* Co-hosts Movie Miss and Drive-in Dave discu…
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Thanks for joining us for episode 450 of Clive Barker Podcast. The only Podcast dedicated to the imagination of Clive Barker. Today we’ve got Clive Barker convention appearance news, some book releases and at the end we debate what you need to read before the Scarlet Gospels. Sponsor : Don Bertram’s Celebrate Imagination | ETSY Store Today is Don B…
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Oh Cryptids, Cryptids, Cryptids. How you have enriched our lives with tales of wonderous monsters and urban legends. Just a shame that the depictions of them in these films prove to be less-than-legendary. Not even Laura Linney can save us from a "bold" retelling of the Mothman legacy. And not even Jesse Plemons can save us from the little-bit-kind…
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Terry and Joe finally hit one of former's most anticipated titles on the pod: David Lynch's surreal 1997 masterpiece, Lost Highway. This mind fuck of a film noir has true crime connections in Robert Blake, dual roles for Patricia Arquette, but makes the mistake of subbing out Bill Pullman for Balthazar Getty? Oof! Plus: impossible Hollywood houses,…
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Bryan and Joe return for the first of two episodes on Nightbreed comics. The first is a 400 page comic omnibus principally written by D.G. Chichester, including an adaptation of the Director's Cut of the film, the X-Men-esque "Blasphemers" arc, and (unbeknownst to us) a Nightbreed/Hellraiser cross-over! Plus: a rotating roster of artists, our favor…
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Welcome to the Clive Barker Podcast, and part 23 of our Dungeons and Dragons game, Jericho Squad 77, set in the capitol city of Yzordderrex in the second dominion. Still recovering from being dead or unconscious, the squad are in a race to retrieve Cassius’ body before the enemy does, and they run into a few surprises on the way. During the Break S…
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Jenn and Rachel cap off Season 3 with another trip to Metropolis. Returning champion McKenzie Gerber (@mckenziejames25) flies in to chat about high school reunions, gigantic diamonds, and robot monsters in Superman 3 (1983). Wanna keep up with the show? @girlsontheboys > Jenn: @jennferatu - @LosersClubPod, @theladykpod, @SfAntagonist > Rachel: @Vin…
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Episode 385 finds your hosts discussing this recent entry into the horror genre, “Late Night with the Devil”. Set in 1977, this one gets it pretty well right for look, feel and demeanor of the time.Find us on Instagram where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. CTS can be found on Soundcloud, Apple Music and anywhere fine podcas…
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Disabled folks who have by default a non-existent to low quality of life? Check. Disabled characters being a burden to loved ones? Check. Magical cures? Check. 2024’s Night Swim is a layer cake of the disability tropes we know and love, so Nichole channels her simmering rage to give a refresher on some of them (since we circle them frequently here …
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Hey Listeners! Please enjoy this sneak peek at the new episode released today exclusively for our Patreon members. If you like what you hear, please head on over to Patreon.com/letstalkturkeys and subscribe today to hear Movie Miss chat with author/filmmaker Fred Terling about all of his projects past, present and future. Follow Fred on IG @terling…
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Terry and Joe tackle another challenging Cronenberg title with the adaptation of David Henry Hwang's M. Butterfly (1993). Is this the straightest queer film ever? Although Jeremy Irons and John Lone are both doing great work, the film's reticence to engage with its gender, queer, and even political themes frustrates us to no end. By playing this re…
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The White Ladies in Crisis crew get back to basics with the first of three episodes dedicated to hot, alcoholic, messy, voyeuristic women embroiled in murder mysteries. Entry 1 is Joe Wright's long delayed adaptation of The Woman in the Window, which finds Amy Adams in unflattering pyjamas and the largest NY apartment we've ever seen, spying on Jul…
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Episode 384 is a brand new celebrity interview! Richard sits down with Heather Langenkamp, “Nancy” from “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and talks all things Elm Street and much more! Recorded on May 12th, 2024.#horror #horrormovies #horrornerd #horroraddict #horrorjunkie #monsterkid #bmovie #scarymovies #monstermovie #podcast #chewingthescenery #zombie…
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Movie Miss is joined by Josh of the Super Scary podcast to wrap up their discussion of the "turkey" Clive Barker's Nightbreed (1990). Starring Craig Sheffer, Anne Bobby & David Cronenberg. *SPOILERS DUH* At the time of this episode release you can WATCH NIGHTBREED HERE: pay streaming on Amazon Prime, Hulu, Peacock & Sling TV. Be part of our fun bad…
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Weee-ohhhh. Hear that? It's the sound a foghorn warning you to keep away from our silly banter. Yes, it's a bit of Dark Fantasy this week. Sadly, a difficult one to define when it comes to horror, but nonetheless we've done our best to pick out a couple of bangers for you. Starting with a bit of Clive Barker, we visit Midian and get up close and pe…
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Jenn and Rachel catch up to the present timeline with an emotional episode on the season three finale of The Boys. They chat shocking team ups, political intrigue, and family dynamics while saying goodbye to a few beloved characters. Wanna keep up with the show? @girlsontheboys > Jenn: @jennferatu - @LosersClubPod, @theladykpod, @SfAntagonist > Rac…
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Disability representation in media doesn’t exist in a vacuum because disability is something that can impact anyone at anytime – meaning it is so important to touch on the intersectional points of representation. Nichole is joined in a discussion of the landmark, but complicated, film Se7en by Hannah Oglivie, host of Fats on Film, a podcast that di…
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