Decades of Horror 1970s Episode 34 — Black Christmas (1974)Santos and Doc are joined by award winning director Christopher G. Moore to discuss the first seasonal slasher flick Black Christmas featuring Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, John Saxon, Andrea Martin, James Edmond, Doug McGrath, Art Hindle, Lynne Griffin and Michael Rapport. Eventually seen on NBC during prime time under the title Stranger in the House, Black Christmas became a favorite film for Elvis Presley and would influence a generation of horror films from Halloween to When a Stranger Calls. Join The Black Saint, Doc Rotten and Christopher G. Moore as they discuss this classic horror film. We want to hear from you – the coolest, grooviest fans: leave us a message or leave a comment on the site or email the Decades of Horror 1970s podcast hosts at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephen King and Jordan Peele head to CBS All Access to craft THE STAND and THE TWILIGHT ZONE. Genre fans bid a fond farewell to two legendary actors: Dick Miller and Julie Adams. The Grue-Crew also review VELVET BUZZSAW which is streaming on NETFLIX and features Jake Gyllenhaal as an art critic facing a series […]
This week on Indie Infestation is a celebration of film festivals with Nathan Ludwig of Genre Blast Film Fest and Aaron Allen of Hexploitation Film Fest. Joe, Zane, Nathan and Aaron strolled hand in hand taking in cotton candy and funnel cakes washing it down with some ice cold beers. The ups and […]
Finally, Evan Peters returns as Edward Phillipe Mott who is the originally owner of the house the Millers currently reside, to their horror. “I love them, you know? The Paintings. Even more than I love you. But first let’s rouge each other’s nipples.” he delights as he prefers his cherished paintings over his lover. Doc […]