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Horroretc Podcast: Episodes

....and we're back.
After doing the show as long as we have, there were bound to be occasions where we called foul and made negative opinions known. This week Tony and Ted took the opportunity to challenge each other to several re-watches to give our original thoughts another evaluation... and the results ...
With her mysterious smoky eyes, aquiline features and distinct diction, Barbara Steele was the reigning first woman of gothic horror cinema throughout the 1960s. From her first outing on the subject - Mario Bava's definitive Black Sunday - to her most recent headlining triumph in The Butterfly Room, ...
This week we ring in 2015 with a catch up from the holidays, including an update on Anthony's various projects, and share some of the various genre related things we've been checking out. The main event though is a lengthy discourse on (new) Hammer's sequel The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death. It is ...
On the heels of our recent Serial Killers episode we chose to revisit the subject by drilling down to one specific aspect of the big picture - the most deadly Canadian serial killers.

As a means of demonstrating the universal existence of the serial killer regardless of nationality, ethnicity, race ...
Ho Ho Hobbit?

Welcome to another installment of our annual Christmas themed episode of the podcast, as in previous years your festive hosts have chosen a yuletide film or two to kick off the celebrations... This year, a dear listener of the podcast sent us a film that has developed its own cult following ...
Do you hear that strange scratching noise coming from under the bed?
Is it a mouse, or something more insidious...? Furthermore, the slightly open closet looks ever so darker tonight ---
...and what about that creepy clown from the travelling circus with the evil grin and the cold eyes? You could have ...
It was almost a theme which emerged from some recent watches. Despite the various descriptive terms that could be applied to two of the films discussed this week (southern gothic, retro homage, etc), the truth is the latest from director Adam Wingard in The Guest made a decent pairing with Jim Mickle's ...
This week's episode heralds from America's Bible-belt as celebrated horror writer (and long-time HETC listener) Nicole Cushing becomes our correspondent live from the floor of the 2014 Fright Night Film Festival in Louisville, Kentucky. Thanks very much to Nicole, who has generously contributed some ...
Welcome to a mid-week minisode. As the week has slipped by us, we had to forego our planned episode in favour of a brief chat to cover some random topics and
share a little listener feedback. We open the episode with our final callout for orders of the Horroretc calendar before covering a few of Anthony's ...
To prove we didn't get too hung up on the pessimism of last week's discussion, we celebrate the power of the genre we love this week. We revisit the potential of horror to make the hairs on our neck
stand on edge and send rippling chills through our souls.

Following a request we received from members ...
We Have A Talking Point... (and then some! ;)

It's a welcome return to the Horror Etc Podcast for our perennial hosts from the NEW studio Tony! (that makes studio #6 in 7 years). After several weeks of individually running madly off in all directions, Ted and Tony finally get together to catch-up on ...
Tony & Doug get Hammered with Count Dracula

It's the King of the Vampires, English-style this week on the Horror Etc Podcast!
In their second instalment looking back at the defining franchises of the Hammer era, Tony and Doug discuss the 8 (7.5?) Dracula films produced by the iconic studio between ...
Welcome to our long overdue spotlight on the career of genre icon Christopher Lee. We have long praised the filmography of Lee spanning an amazing 68 years to date, so it was high time we sat down and talked about why. Although a very different persona from his much warner
contemporary Peter Cushing, ...
"Hannibal THE Cannibal!"

The NBC television series Hannibal, inspired by the writings and characters created by Thomas Harris and immortalized on the screen in the persona of Anthony Hopkins, is without a doubt the most boundary challenging and artistically gruesome show on network television. The ...
Well we're back. Following an extended absence which included a trip to Fan Expo 2014, we return to share our impressions of Canada's largest convention for a 7th year. Whether there will be an eighth trip is still up in the air. Apologies up front for the delay in releasing the show as well as the general ...
The gull wing door is open and you are invited to climb into the DeLorean with us as we travel back in time to the 80's once again - this time we're stopping in 1985 to revisit the year's horror films offerings. This is our third episode revisiting the distinctive output of the 1980's: 1987, 1981 and ...
Welcome back for another episode of off-the-cuff chicanery. We postponed our planned subject this week to acknowledge the death of Robin Williams and consider his contributions to darker cinema and beyond. While difficult, we managed to segue straight to James Brown!? In the
wake of yet another biopic, ...
One download of this episode and you get the head, the tail, the whole damn thing.

That's right, we are setting sail for Amity Island to face off with nature's purest predator, an over-sized Great White with a vendetta against those who hunt it.
To celebrate shark week we recorded a feature length commentary ...
Horroretc podcast... part of a complete breakfast.
On a holiday weekend, we got together for a pub brunch on an outdoor patio to discuss Guardians of the Galaxy (among other subjects). From Troma to GotG, James Gunn has presented a very impressive filmography which includes faves of ours Super and Slither. ...
After our recent hiatus, we felt the best way to get back into the swing was to spend some time casually catching up over some recent watches (and whatever other miscellaneous subjects may come up). Things kick off with some love for sharks after a recent close encounter (right down to recastig Jaws). ...
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