Join your hosts Rob Galluzzo, Ryan Turek, Rebekah McKendry, and Elric Kane as they catch up on all the latest horrors! Rob talks about the latest from Sean Byrne (director of THE LOVED ONES), THE DEVIL’S CANDY, as well as the original 1933 KING KONG, and reports back from a double bill of John Carpenter’s ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 and COMBAT COPS.
Elric checked out new releases DON’T KILL IT and THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS. Bekah drops some deep cuts and tells us about SHE CREATURE and SOUNDS OF SILENCE. While Ryan rewatched FRIGHT NIGHT on the big screen, as well as SLAUGHTERHOUSE and DRAG ME TO HELL.
Then we welcome to the show one of our most coveted guests, the great Don Coscarelli!
With the upcoming PHANTASM Collection Blu-Ray box set coming April 11th, we delve into his early career, how the PHANTASM franchise came to be, analyze how Don’s films have tackled youth (KENNY AND COMPANY) and age (BUBBA HO-TEP), and discuss how he finds such off-beat material, like JOHN DIES AT THE END.
We also get to hear about the latest film he’s producing, APPLECART, and pay tribute to the late, great Angus Scrimm. Kick back, relax and join the conversation, Shockers. This is one of our most candid, and best interviews yet!
This episode is brought to you by The Belko Experiment, opening in select theaters, Friday, March 17th!
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