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Let’s talk about pods baby. Show Notes Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) was directed by Phillip Kaufman and stars: Donald Sutherland Brooke Adams Veronica Cartwright Jeff Goldblum Leonard Nimoy The film’s Wikipedia page It’s a remake of the 1955 film, which is adapted from the novel by Jack Finney. There are two other remakes, one from 1993 an…
 
We move into our sci-fi horror with this archetype-defining classic. Show Notes Village of the Damned was directed by Wolf Rilla and stars George Sanders The film’s Wikipedia page The story was adapted from the novel by John Wyndham We watched the version that is streaming on the Criterion Channel Topics Discussed European Nightmares: Horror Cinema…
 
Andrew and Matt conclude their series on Folk Horror with this old Nicholas Roeg chestnut, starring Julie Christie, classic beefman Donald Sutherland, and, of course, Venice. Show Notes Don’t Look Now was directed by Nicholas Roeg and stars Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie. The film’s wikipedia page The story was inspired by Daphne Du Maurier’s…
 
Desperate to produce content for the content mills, Andrew and Matt resort to remote recording and in the process discuss the first Australian film on the podcast. Show Notes Picnic at Hanging Rock, which is for grownups only please, was directed by Peter Weir and stars Rachel Roberts, Anne-Louise Lambert, Dominic Guard, Helen Morse, Vivean Gray an…
 
Andrew and Matt live out the quarantine days with a trip into this psychedelic medieval witchcraft animated film. Show Notes Belladonna of Sadness, which is for grownups only please, was directed by Eiichi Yamamoto and starred Aiko Nagayama and Tatsuya Nakadai. The film’s wikipedia page We were inspired to watch this film after reading this top 10 …
 
A double feature this month – we talk about the excellent 1968 BBC adaptation of “Whistle and I’ll Come To You”… and also the other one. Show Notes The first version of Whistle and I’ll Come to You was released in 1968, was directed by Jonathan Miller and stars Michael Hordern. The second version was released in 2010, was directed by Neil Cross, an…
 
We continue to delve into folklore horror with this excellent 1950’s film, by the same director as Cat People. Show Notes Night of the Demon released in 1957 was directed by Jacques Tourneur and starred Dana Andrews, Peggy Cummins and Niall MacGinnis. My chihuahua is sick and you can hear her making a horrible cough throughout. Sorry you had to hea…
 
Christoper Lee wields the good, good magic. Show Notes The Devil Rides Out was released in 1968, stars Christopher Lee and Charles Gray, and was directed by Terence Fisher. We watched the Scream Factory version, which has some great extras. Matt recommends The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover. Andrew recommends The Drifting Classroom.…
 
The devil comes a calling as we kick off our folk horror series. Show Notes The Blood on Satan’s Claw was released in 1971, stars Linda Hayden and Patrick Wymark, and was directed by Piers Haggard. I tried to explain the basics of the folk horror genre in a bonus episode that was released on Halloween. Birth, Movies, Death has put out a great (bett…
 
Matt presents, as a Halloween treat, 10 minutes of explanation and recommendations about the folk horror subgenre. Mentioned on the Show The Witchfinder General The Wicker Man Blood on Satan’s Claw Kwaidan Kuroneko Onibaba Lair of the White Worm The Devils The Witch A Field in England Midsommar The Golden Bough Children of the Corn Halloween III Au…
 
Matt and Andrew drift in and out of the dreamy indie PHANTASM. Show Notes Phantasm was released in 1979 stars Angus Scrimm, Michael Baldwin, and Reggie Bannister, and was directed by Don Coscarelli. Here is a great version of the soundtrack done up chiptune style on bandcamp. If you’d like to experience the film in your […]…
 
Still humming with eldritch energy from the Necronomicon Providence, Andrew and Matt talk about their experience at the live showing of the Lovecraftesque adaptation of the DUNWICH HORROR. Show Notes The Dunwich Horror stars Dean Stockwell, Ed Begley and Sandra Dee and adapts the 1932 HP Lovecraft story of the same name. The full text […]…
 
This month, Andrew and Matt tackle the Terry Savales vehicle HORROR EXPRESS. The vehicle? It’s a train. Horror Express on Wikipedia Show Notes We watched the free Amazon Prime version of this flick. Further (more insightful) reading: The Nitrate Diva on the Horror Expressעל ידי Golden Age Horror Podcast (GoldenAgeHorror.com)
 
Laser boobs, neck fetuses, and a cavalcade of insensitive racial stereotypes. It’s the Manitou. The Manitou on Wikipedia Show Notes We watched the Amazon Prime version of this flick but there is a re-release available from Scream Factory. I first heard about this story from Grady Hendrix’s truly, truly great pop history of horror publishing, […]…
 
Hi! It’s been awhile. Technical difficulties have killed several recordings but here is a double episode featuring Andrew and Matt discussing Ingmar Bergman’s Hour of the Wolf and Mario Bava’s Kill Baby Kill.על ידי Golden Age Horror Podcast (GoldenAgeHorror.com)
 
Andrew and Matt discuss the 1968 George Romero film Night of the Living Dead Topics Discussed Podcast and movie introductions Fathom Events Perfect Blue Andrew does the plot recap “They’re coming to get you Barbara!” The films of George Romero and Dawn of the Dead in particular Ganja and Hess Duane Johnson The peculiar 20th […]…
 
Andrew and Matt discuss the 1964 Kaneto Shindo film Onibaba Topics Discussed Podcast and movie introductions Andrew does the plot recap Abandon the Old in Tokyo Japanese Comics in general Onibaba as a folk tale Social class in Onibaba Uncanny Japan Late 90’s Anime craze, working at Borders Winter Tide Valerie and Her Week of […]…
 
The Horror Chamber of Doctor Faustus/the Manster double bill Topics Discussed Podcast and movie introductions Andrew does the plot recap The movie’s place in French cinema Critical reception of Eyes without a Face Blood of the Beasts A reaction to the modern world Citation: Postwar Facial Reconstruction Hotel des invalides (misdescribed in the podc…
 
Did you know that Kuroneko means “Black Cat” in Japanese? I hope everyone enjoyed their holidays! We both really enjoyed Kuroneko. In the podcast, you can hear us discuss some of the interesting pieces of this film. Andrew specifically called out the sound design. We also talked about interesting uses of symmetry and juxtaposition throughout. […]…
 
Our first time covering Mario Bava on this show! Gothic chiller Black Sunday is this month’s entry in our series on foreign horror films before 1979. This series has proven to be fairly popular with Andrew. I don’t know if anyone remembers the premise of this show now, 41 episodes and several years in, but […]…
 
Also, episode 40.5 – Godzilla, King of the Monsters! Obligatory apology – sorry for being a low energy Jeb this episode. I was a tired guy this day. This episode has the greatest opening audio of literally any of our episodes thus far. Also sorry for various pug noises (that’s Frankie) and also the lateness […]…
 
Andrew and I are hard at work trying to find a time in which to get together and record our episode on Godzilla. If you are looking for a foreign horror movie fix, I might suggest some past episodes? Aside from our last two episodes on House and Nosferatu: the Vampyr, we also did episodes […]על ידי Golden Age Horror Podcast (GoldenAgeHorror.com)
 
Andrew and Matt discuss the Herzog art house interpretation of both the Stoker tale and the Murnau film. Jonathan Harker journeys to Transylvania in order to sell a house in bucolic Wismer to a mysterious noblemen. Nightmare after nightmare follows. Nosferatu the Vampyre came out in 1979 and was directed by Werner Herzog and stars […]…
 
Andrew and Matt discuss the nutty Japanese surrealist haunted house film House. (Andrew loves it) Seven Japanese schoolgirls travel to an aunt’s house – the aunt, however, turns out to be an undead ghost. The movie’s bizarre editing choices and camera tricks make it a real trip to observe. It has legitimately thematic depth that […]…
 
In the final episode of our Vincent Price series, Andrew and Matt enjoy some paddleball theatrics. Check out the other episodes in our Vincent Price series: The Pit and the PendulumThe Masque of the Red DeathThe Haunted PalaceThe Fall of the House of UsherWitchfinder GeneralAbominable Dr PhibesDr Phibes Rises AgainThe House on Haunted Hill If […]…
 
The campy, compact classic really rubbed Andrew the wrong way. Can’t really say why. This film was directed by William Castle, and stars Vincent Price as Frederick Loren and Carol Ohmart as Annabelle Loren The blind caretaker, one of a series of red herrings built into the plot of the House on Haunted Hill, was […]…
 
Dr Phibes rises again — into a film that is not quite as good as the first. The Cast of Characters Vincent Price as Dr Anton PhibesRobery Quarry as Darius BiederbeckValli Kemp as VulnaviaPeter Jeffrey as Inspector Troutעל ידי Golden Age Horror Podcast (GoldenAgeHorror.com)
 
Never mind the yawns, Andrew and I agree – this film is a real barnstormer and a classic! Dr. Phibes has great vibes. Doctor Phibes brings the Plagues of Egypt on his victims. The Final Programme Jerry Cornelius The Cast of Characters Vincent Price as Dr Anton Phibes Joseph Cotten as Dr. Vesalius Virginia North […]…
 
Halloween is over and the world has taken a dark, strange turn. In response, Andrew and Matt watch the dark, strange 1968 Vincent Price film The Witchfinder General. Matthew Hopkins was a real, terrible person. You can find out more about him on Wikipedia. You can also find out more information on witch trials in England. […]…
 
Happy Halloween Season! This week, Andrew and Matt discuss their first Hammer Horror film, The Horror of Dracula starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing The Full Text of Dracula Wolfsbane – for Werewolves and Vampires Kathleen and Frank by Christopher Isherwood The Crystal Palace More about Fritz Lang (also, M and Dr Mabuse) The Cast of […]…
 
This week, Andrew and Matt discuss the proto-AIP Poe flick “The Fall of the House of Usher” starring Vincent Price. We’re both sleepy boys in this podcast, so give us a break Show Notes for the Fall of the House of Usher podcast The Cast of Characters for this film Vincent Price as Roderick UsherMark Damon as Philip […]…
 
This month, Andrew and Matt discuss the Corman/Price Lovecraft/Poe mashup “The Haunted Palace”. Matt struggles through his Massachusetts accent to pronounce “era”! Andrew revels in the ham faced babies! The Haunted Palace was released in 1963 – it is an adaptation of the HP Lovecraft story “The Case of Charles Dexter Ward” and the first […]…
 
This week, on the 29th episode of the GoldenAgeHorror.com podcast, Andrew and Matt discuss The Masque of the Red Death. We also approach some insight about the merit of discussing movies and reviews in general. I think it’s hilarious that at one point at the beginning of the episode, I give a nice speech about […]…
 
For June, Andrew and Matt talk about the Vincent Price/Roger Corman jam The Pit and the Pendulum. Barbara Steele also stars. The Pit and the Pendulum is notable for for being part of the classic Corman/Price series of Edgar Allan Poe adaptations that was kicked off by The Fall of the House of Usher. The […]…
 
Andrew and Matt talk about the 1986 Jeff David Cronenberg flick The Fly starring Jeff “Brundlefly” Goldblum and Geena Davis. Turns out Geena Davis went to the same high school as Andrew! The 58 Fly with Vincent Price David Cronenberg Return of the Fly Geena Davis Jeff Goldblum The Fly 2 Fly Comic Fly digestion […]…
 
Matt and Andrew watch the delirious 1973 pagan fantasy/murder mystery/horror The Wicker Man, starring Christoper Lee and directed by Robin Hardy. There are no bees. Matt is way off, again misremembering the availability of the Wicker Man and probably the chronology of Iron Maiden’s Brave New World record. The Wicker ManChristoper Lee The Golden Bou…
 
Andrew and Matt talk about DePalma’s nightmare glam rock opera version of the Phantom of the Opera. Matt twice names Paul Williams as Andy Williams, which is terrible. A terrible mistake. Helpful Wikipedia Links Phantom of the Paradise Brian De Palma Goethe’s Faust The Picture of Dorian Gray The Phantom of the Opera…
 
We finally talk about Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, lurid Victorian thriller with landmark special effects. Dr Jeykll and Mr Hyde (1931 Wikipedia) Text of the novel on Project Gutenberg The film on Amazon I was thinking of Doctor Jekyll and Sister Hyde, not Dr Jekyll and Ms Hyde. They are very different movies. Mary […]…
 
Andrew and Matt talk (for the second time) about middling Frankenstein picture SON OF FRANKENSTEIN, which features the impressive cast of Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Basil Rathbone, and Lionel Atwill. Sorry about the slight echo! New York Times Review of the FilmTCM’s page on the filmA video reviewBuy on Amazon…
 
This week, Andrew and Matt discuss the ableist classic, Freaks. MGM 1932, Directed by Tod Browning Information on the making of Freaks http://www.horrorfilmhistory.com/index.php?pageID=freaks Spurs by Tod Robins http://ia600406.us.archive.org/26/items/Spurs_by_Tod_Robbins/Spurs.pdf Some information on the cast of Freaks http://www.deathandtaxesmag.…
 
This week, Matt and Andrew cover the Island of Lost Souls starring Charles Laughton, and featuring Bela Lugosi as the Sayer of the Law. There’s a great documentary on the making of the 1996 remake:על ידי Golden Age Horror Podcast (GoldenAgeHorror.com)
 
Matt and Andrew ponder the question – just what is the most dangerous game? 1932 directed by Irving Pichel Ernest B. Schoedsack starring Fay Wray, Joel McCrea and Leslie Banks From the short story by Richard Connellhttps://archive.org/stream/TheMostDangerousGame_129/danger.txt You can tell its pre code by the violence The plot concept has become a …
 
This week, Andrew and Matt talk about the 1998 film GODS AND MONSTERS, the James Whale biopic by Bill Condon starring Ian McKellen, which we decided would be an excellent conclusion to James Whale January. 1998 film written and directed by Bill Condon Based on the book “The Father of Frankenstein” by Christoper BramLargely fictionalized. […]…
 
Andrew and Matt talk about the 1932 old dark house film, THE OLD DARK HOUSE. Have a potato? Based on novel Benighted by JB Priestley Acting is very good in this movie (Ernest Thesiger, Charles Laughton, for example) The Old Dark House was actually a genre they were satirizing. See “The Cat and the Canary.” Single […]…
 
Andrew and Matt talk about the 1933 James Whale directed horror film THE INVISIBLE MAN, which stars Claude Rains and the everpresent Una O’Connor. Invisible Man on Project Gutenberg Check out this cool poster by Francesco Francavillaעל ידי Golden Age Horror Podcast (GoldenAgeHorror.com)
 
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