History
Icon-add-to-playlist Icon-download Icon-drawer-up
Share this ... ×
...
By ...
Embed:
Copy
Horror 101 - Episode 58: Halloween Special with Ghostwatch
Explicit
October 20, 2016 08:58 AM PDT
itunes pic

Welcome back to the Horror 101 podcast! Another Halloween is upon us! This year we're featuring a television special which was broadcast by the BBC1 back on October 31st, 1992. Not since Orson Welles' War of the Worlds radio broadcast in the 30s has a live show ever caused so much uncertainty and panic. Way before mass communication like the internet was available as a social crutch to validate the facts, this show took an unprecedented approach at reality TV as real journalists were used in a mockumentary which investigated paranormal activity. All the stops were pulled to invent a realistic and frightening scenario which many viewers believed was really happening. Its quite possibly the most effective and terrifying hoax ever released on television and has been the influence for several reality TV productions that followed. And for these reasons the Horror 101 team is spotlighting BBC's Ghostwatch starring Michael Parkinson and Sarah Green. We take some time to remember The Godfather of Gore, Herschell Gordon Lewis who passed away the day we recorded. Join us for this year's Horror 101 Halloween Special!

Show Highlights:

01:00 Prelude to Terror...
03:10 Halloween III revisit???
04:35 Retraction from the Tales From the Crypt show...
06:15 Remembering Herschell Gordon Lewis...
10:30 "The program you're about to watch..."
12:08 Using real news people and journalists...
14:50 The insidious disappearing spectre...
17:30 The 'Pipes' sightings...
18:30 Gloryhole...(its not what you think)
20:20 The hoax within a hoax...
22:00 Nood's problem with the host...
23:23 From disarm to alarm...
26:30 And now you question your reality...
33:00 The public outrage...
35:08 Scoring the show...
37:40 Conclusion...thanks for listening and Happy Halloween!

Horror 101 - Episode 57: Exhumation of The Crypt Keeper
Explicit
September 18, 2016 10:50 PM PDT
itunes pic

Welcome to the 57th podcast of the Horror 101 Show where we're educating your fears. This episode we will discuss the remaking of Stephen King's IT, the rumour of another Night on Elm Street remake, the new Phantasm V coming and the return of Ash Vs. The Evil Dead. And thats just in the first few minutes. Join the Horror 101 crew as we exhume the Crypt Keeper, John Kassir. We'll give a history on the origin of the Tales saga and give the Horror 101 treatment to Demon Knight starring William Sadler and Billy Zane.

Show Highlights:

01:00 Prelude to Terror...
02:55 Shoutout from the Crypt Keeper...
04:00 The remaking of IT...
10:10 Ash Vs. Evil Dead...
11:33 Coscarelli news...
14:00 "Frights...Camera...Hacktion!!"
15:00 History of Tales From the Crypt...
17:00 Great to see Dick Miller...
18:30 CCH Pounder...
20:00 Party on! (Fist through the face)
23:25 Two different offensives...
26:20 "Thats me giving you the finger!"
28:45 Explosive defense...
32:00 John Kassir...
33:00 Scoring the Film...
36:50 Conclusion! Thanks for listening!

Horror 101 - Episode 56: Stranger Things in The Fog
Explicit
August 18, 2016 09:30 PM PDT
itunes pic

Welcome back to the Horror 101 Podcast. Come with us as we voyage to a cursed place. After hitting the John Carpenter show in Michigan, Cash learns his colleagues have never seen Carpenter's The Fog from 1980. The sacrilege! We're going to remedy that tonight and showcase this maritime ghost story. Light on gore and big on atmosphere, The Fog is one of the best ghost stories ever committed to celluloid. When the clipper ship Elizabeth Dane is purposefully run aground and her crew of Lepers murdered for their gold the descendants of these perpetrators will pay for their crimes 100 years later as the cozy coastal town of Antonio Bay celebrates its centennial. Its sweet ghostly revenge. We'll cover our experience at The Carpenter show and our love affair with the 80s inspired Netflix series Stranger Things. Join us as we give the Horror 101 treatment to another Carpenter Classic!

Show highlights:

01:00 Prelude to Terror...
03:00 Boarding the podcast...
04:00 The Carpenter Concert experience...
07:53 Stranger Things...
14:19 "One more story before 12. Just to keep us warm..."
18:28 A centennial founded on betrayal and murder...
20:55 "Hey......There's a fog bank out there..."
24:05 Captain Mustache sans the 'stache...
27:27 "...an Albatross around the neck..."
30:20 Siege of The Temple of Gold...
34:00 The original cut (scoring the film)
36:38 Returning to land. Thanks for listening!!

Horror 101 - Episode 55: Green Room
Explicit
July 21, 2016 02:38 PM PDT
itunes pic

Welcome back to The Horror 101 Show. On this 55th podcast we will be covering another new film by director Jeremy Saulnier. Its Sir Patrick Stewart in his first horror movie since Tobe Hooper's Lifeforce. We couldn't believe Saulnier got him to play a racist homicidal Nazi Skinhead. And he kills the performance. This will be one of the last films we get from the recently deceased Anton Yelchin. This is a movie about survival in its most brutal form. We loved it. Join us as we give the horror 101 treatment to Green Room.

We'll discuss our first flame mail that we received after our last show. It took 5 years before a listener took the time to shit on us. Listen to what pissed them off so much.

And our own Nood will be giving her first ever review on horror literature from author N.L. Munn.

Its another show you're not going to want to miss. Join us for Green Room!

Show Highlights:

01:00 Prelude to Terror...
02:45 We've reached Schfifty Five!!
04:00 Burn The Flame Mail...
07:00 Deciding on Green Room...
11:15 The Ain't Rights
15:00 "Nazi Punks...FUCK OFF!!"
16:30 Negotiations...
18:40 Red Laces...
21:40 Escape attempts...
23:40 The Dead Blue Sea Moment...
25:20 Death of Anton Yelchin...
26:55 Sinister Purpose (scoring the film)
29:50 Nood reviews N.L. Munn's book titled Shadows
31:32 Conclusion and thanks for listening!

Horror 101 - Episode 54: The Conjuring of the 2
Explicit
June 23, 2016 04:29 PM PDT
itunes pic

Welcome friends! We are back! After some technical difficulties destroyed our last recording session The Horror 101 team is back with an ambitious show that we're calling The Conjuring of the 2. World Famous Brian Stewart and Cult Sensation Nick MacPherson will watch James Wan's The Conjuring for the first time. After we give The Conjuring the Horror 101 treatment we fly to the theatre to catch the sequel. This is the first time we cover a brand new film. We'll cover the history of the Warrens and their 60 years of paranormal research and the likes and dislikes of the new film. Tons of great horror podcasting awaits you in this 54th Horror 101 show!

Show highlights:

01:00 Overture of terror...
03:00 Technical difficulties...
04:00 The Conjuring of the 2...
06:10 The works of James Wan...
08:10 Introducing The Warrens
09:30 The Perron case...
12:20 "There's something by the door..."
13:07 Clapping Game...
14:10 History of the real Warrens...
18:35 The Exorcism...
20:49 Scoring The Conjuring...
22:57 "To the Car!!" (grabbing The Sprinkler)
23:50 Introducing The Conjuring 2...
24:40 The Endfield Poltergeist...
26:40 The Marilyn Manson nun...
27:40 Destroying the mystery...
29:35 The Crooked Man...
35:34 Conclusion. Thanks for listening!

Horror 101 - Episode 53: Carrie (1976)
Explicit
May 05, 2016 09:29 PM PDT
itunes pic

Welcome to the 53rd episode of the Horror 101 Show. Since Cash and The World Famous Brian Stewart turn 40 this year we figured we'd spotlight a horror film from the year they came unto this world, 1976. What better time to show some love to Brian De Palma's Carrie, based on one of Stephen King's first novels. Get out your pig's blood and St. Sebastian statues, we've got a great show for you. Since the anti-bully movement is in full motion these days Carrie is more relevant now than maybe its ever been before. Starring Sissy Spacek, William Katt, Nancy Allen, Piper Laurie, P.J. Soles and introducing John Travolta. Carrie is the ultimate underdog story of a young misfit girl who, after being picked on all her life by her peers and an overbearing mother manifests a powerful telekinesis that is unleashed in a hellish display of lethal retribution after a vicious prank goes too far. We will watch both the original and 2013 remake starring Chloe Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore and compare the two. We've thrown in some music from 1976 to give that 70s vibe. Join us for 38 minutes of senior prom hellishness.

Show highlights:

01:00 Prelude to terror...
03:15 Nood joins us for the female perspective...
04:40 The genesis of a lot of greats...
08:30 Shower of blood (and 70s bush)
11:10 The Power Awakens...
13:31 Spoiler Alert!! (Mega Exposition)
15:20 The Ventriloquist Blowjob...
18:00 "I'm going Mama..." (the prank setup)
20:00 "Now....you all die!"
23:45 "We'll pray....for the last time..."
25:50 Redemption of the damned...
27:00 Shout out to _____________!!
28:20 2013 remake begins...
33:15 Scoring the 1976 film (with Europe)
36:28 "Ok....the shows over" (Conclusion and thanks for listening)

Horror 101 - Episode 52: The Darkman Night of the Giggling Scarecrow
Explicit
April 09, 2016 10:30 AM PDT
itunes pic

Get ready for a Horror 101 show that is unlike any that have come before it. For the first time ever we spend more time shredding horror films than we do promoting them. With the recent death of Larry Drake we took the opportunity to spotlight three films he was involved in. The first is a made for TV horror film from 1981 called Dark Night of the Scarecrow. The second is one of the most ridiculous slasher films ever made, Dr. Giggles. And finally, we cover Sam Raimi's Darkman. For the first time ever we give a movie a ZERO. Listen to how The World Famous Brian Stewart almost destroys Cash's TV. He's THAT annoyed. We'll discuss the horror homages in Tarantino's Hateful Eight and include music from John Carpenter's upcoming album Lost Themes II. This is the episode that may offend some but is guaranteed to leave everyone in stitches. Its another 43 minutes of Horror 101 goodness you're not going to want to miss.

Show highlights:

01:00 Prelude to ridiculousness...
02:30 Promotion for John Carpenter's Lost Themes II...
04:20 The Hateful Eight Horror Homages...
08:20 "Who The Fuck is Larry Drake?"
10:00 Dark Night of the Scarecrow...
19:45 Dr. Giggles...
25:55 Sam Raimi's Darkman...
37:10 Scoring the three films...
41:30 Final thoughts on Larry Drake and conclusion...

Horror 101 - Episode 51: Cronenberg's The Fly (1986)
Explicit
March 11, 2016 09:42 AM PST
itunes pic

Welcome back to the Horror 101 show where we are continuing to Educate your Fears. With the new Ghostbusters film coming our conversation turned to remakes recently and when it was disclosed that the World Famous Brian Stewart hadn't seen David Cronenberg's 1986 remake of Kurt Neumann's The Fly (1958 with Vincent Price) then we knew exactly what Episode 51 was going to be. David Cronenberg has been called the Canadian David Lynch because of his bizarre and sometimes confusing narratives. Whatever your opinion of his style, there is one thing that we can all agree on and that is Mr. Cronenberg knows horror and he isn't shy about using gore and grim nastiness to tell a story.

In our opinion The Fly is a great achievement that rivals Carpenter's The Thing for great 80s remake status. Its as tragic as it is terrifying. The Fly has amazing performances from Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis. An astounding classical score from Howard Shore and some of Chris Walas' most horrifying special effects ever filmed. Join us as we dissect the film and its production in this retrospective show and give the Horror 101 treatment to Cronenberg's The Fly.

Show Highlights...

01:00 Introduction to The Fly (old and new)...
05:30 The $5 bet...
07:15 The chemistry between Davis and Goldblum...
10:25 From celebration to tragic mistake...
13:40 The Compound Fracture...
14:30 Be afraid...be very afraid!
16:50 From Euphoria to Deterioration...
18:30 The horror is coming...
19:40 Puking on the Donut (vomit drop)
21:00 Guess who's pregnant!
22:40 "I'll hurt you if you stay"
24:50 Nood enters!!
25:12 The torment of Stathis (Chris Walas effects)...
28:35 Not disclosing the ending...scoring the film.
31:36 Conclusion...

Horror 101 - Episode 50: Rod Serling's Twilight Zone
Explicit
February 25, 2016 01:53 PM PST
itunes pic

Welcome back to the Horror 101 podcast. Finally, we bring you our 50th episode! Horror 101 has gone from this small little project that began several years ago to being one of the most popular Horror Podcasts on the net. You listeners have catapulted us to the top of the Podomatic TV/Film list time and time again and we thank you for your support. We began this show with the hope to give you an entertaining reflection on some of the best genre films that you might have missed and it was our job to get you to watch these movies. After listening to this many Horror 101 podcasts we can certainly say that you have graduated Horror 101 with honours!

And for this 50th episode the Horror 101 team is going to spotlight a television show that has, to this day inspired many genre authors. In late 1959 writer/producer Rod Serling gave us his imaginative half hour show called the Twilight Zone. This show would delve into a litany of social commentary and wonders that the 50s TV viewer had never seen before. Sometimes they were frightening, sometimes heart warming but always fantastic and bizarre. We will focus on some of the more terrifying episodes and what they meant to us. Its a special 35 minute podcast that will bring you to another dimension of sight, sound and mind. Join us and risk a visit to The Twilight Zone.

Show highlights...

01:00 Congratulations on making it to 50...Graduation Day!
02:10 Selecting the theme of the show...
03:25 Introducing the Twilight Zone...
09:40 Where is Everybody?
12:15 Lost in time...
14:40 Third Planet from the Sun...
16:30 A Nice Place To Visit...
19:15 The Howling Man...
23:10 The Obsolete Man...
25:07 Will the Real Alien Please Stand Up...
27:15 The Living Doll...
28:37 Eye of the Beholder...
31:20 A compendium of clips...
34:32 Conclusion...

Horror 101 - Episode 49: Stuart Gordon's Re-Animator
Explicit
December 23, 2015 10:41 AM PST
itunes pic

Just in time for Christmas! Welcome back to the Horror 101 podcast! We always say that 1985 was the most entertaining year for horror. And Re-Animator is certainly NO exception. When you have Stuart Gordon directing a Brian Yuzna film starring Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton, you cannot do wrong. Based off a Lovecraft story of science run amok, Re-Animator is a pioneering zany gore flick which has something for everyone. The horror effects are stunning, the acting is excellent. The attention to detail by the crew that made this film was second to none. This was the movie that put Jeffrey Combs on the map. If you've never seen him as Herbert West then you're missing out. We dare you to find another flick made for under a million dollars thats as good as Re-Animator. After a somber year of memorial Horror 101 shows we decided to push the camp and laughs this time around and we couldn't find a better film to focus on to achieve that than Stuart Gordon's Re-Animator. Its a 37 minute Horror 101 treatment of another classic you shouldn't miss! Join us!

Show Highlights:

01:00 Welcome back to 1985!
03:00 The biggest Whovian, ever...
04:30 The Horror 101 recording debacle...
07:00 The effective hook of Stuart Gordon...
09:10 The Psycho Rip-off Score (with Richard Band interview)...
11:55 Meeting Dan, Meg and Herbert West...
13:40 Enter Dr. Hill ("I suggest you get a pen!!")...
15:30 The Cat Came back...
19:30 Human Experiment Goes Wrong...
23:50 The Rise and fall of Dr. Hill...
25:35 Shovel Death...
28:40 Decapitated Cunnilingus? Head for the mountains!!
29:45 You Dare Infiltrate the Fortress of Hill?
21:35 Final Thoughts and Scoring the film...
35:00 Conclusion and Merry Christmas!! See you next year!

Previous Page  |  Next Page