Decades of Horror 1980s Gruesome Podcasts

[Podcast] Robocop (1987) – Episode 112 – Decades of Horror 1980s

 “I’d buy that for a dollar!” Despite 30 years of time passing,  Robocop  has satire that’s pretty on point. The innocuous entertainment. Tonally disproportionate news items. Commercials that hawk consumer products that do nothing for their customers. All of it speaks to the world we currently live in. Luckily, Paul Verhoeven manages to slip […]

Decades of Horror 1990s Gruesome Podcasts

[Podcast] Twin Peaks Retrospective (1990-1992) – Episode 15 – Decades of Horror 1990s

“Through the darkness of futures past. The magician longs to see. One chants out between two worlds. ‘Fire walk with me.’” The world of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s  Twin Peaks  was one of the more inventive examples of television in the early 90s. The titular Washington town had rich characters, surreal horrors and some […]

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“Unnatural” (2015): Genetically Modified Bear Hunts Fashion Models in Alaska-Set Creature Feature

I’m a big fan of both creature features and movies about oversized animals attacking hapless humans. When those two subgenres are combined, it sounds like an instant recipe for a film that will appeal to me. Although I have a few issues with director Hank Braxtan’s Unnatural, it pressed more of my happy buttons than […]