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Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1965) – Episode 59 – Decades of Horror: The Classic Era

“I sometimes foretell things that are frightening.” Please, tell us more! Join this episode’s Grue Crew – Whitney Collazo, Chad Hunt, Jeff Mohr, and special guest host Doc Rotten – as they take a deadly train ride with Dr. Terror who manipulates the cards in the tarot deck he refers to as his house of […]

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Nightmare (1964) – Episode 56 – Decades of Horror: The Classic Era

“Where does the dream finish, and reality begin?” At times, we’ve all had trouble distinguishing a nightmare from reality. Join this episode’s Grue Crew – Whitney Collazo, Chad Hunt, and Jeff Mohr – as they struggle to discover exactly what is real in Nightmare from Hammer. Decades of Horror: The Classic Era Episode 56 – […]

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[Podcast] The Day of the Triffids (1963) – Episode 30 – Decades of Horror: The Classic Era

“Keep behind me. There’s no sense in getting killed by a plant.”  Hmm, a killer plant, you say? Maneater of Hydra (1967)? We already did that in episode 2. The Thing from Another World (1951)? Nope, that was episode 7. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)? Wrong again. That was episode 24. Little Shop of […]

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[Podcast] The Creeping Flesh (1973) — Episode 51— Decades of Horror 1970s

“Unfortunately, in the state of society, as it exists today, we are not permitted to experiment on human beings. Normal human beings.” – Christopher Lee’s  line in  The Creeping Flesh  (1973) blah blah blah. Let the fun begin! The Black Saint and Doc Rotten tackle another groovy horror film from the 1970s.  Joining the grue-crew […]

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“Torture Garden” (1967): A Horror Sideshow Where All the Acts Are Worth Catching

The fun thing with horror anthology films is that they are a bit like carnival sideshows – one is guaranteed to see a variety of oddities. Even if not all of the acts are hits, one almost always finds something one likes. With Amicus Productions’ Torture Garden (1967), director Freddie Francis and screenwriter Robert Bloch […]