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Horroretc Podcast: Episodes

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). ...
"The Series That Time Forgot?"

It may be the ultimate cult series that you've never heard of: X-Files meets Dr. Who with a sprinkling of Dark Shadows to boot. Courtesy of our good friend and Irish correspondent, John, this week Horror Etc delves back into the case files of Sapphire & Steel - the ITV ...
"None of us are getting out of here alive".
Death... mankind's ultimate and inescapable destination. As a means to facilitate a conversation about the concept of death itself and the inherent fears that are conveyed to the audience or reader of fictional works dealing with the subject, we constructed ...
The Game of Thrones plays on as season 4 wrapped up just a few short weeks ago. Before the Feast and the Dance can begin we must delve into HBO's offering this year to discuss the key storylines and weigh the whole of the series to date.

A brief word about spoilers and books: The entirety of this episode ...
350 episodes... a milestone? We're treating it that way simply due to the difficulties we overcame to get here.

This week we deliver a now classic from the hip format episode which flowed through so many subjects it's hard to summarize. After some catching up and
housekeeping, we delve into some TV ...
We're on the road again this week for another episode brought to you live on location. Join us this time for a conversation had in the immediate aftermath of viewing a trippy new film experience from Jonathan Glazer - Under The Skin. After a long festival tour, this intriguing piece features an alien ...
Listen... did you hear it? Our voices are hopefully much easier to make out than the typical EVP recording.

This week we chat once again about our unending fascination with the possibilities of otherworldly existence. The show goes on location to Kingston's very own abandoned asylum to wander the grounds ...
Vampires - the most overused character in the horror genre? Certainly there has been an overabundance of the romantic presentation of vampires recently across all mediums, but the question we
pose this week is whether there is still room to teel interesting stories featuring bloodsuckers. Since there ...
Half reptile, half beast! The end of the world is nigh!!
Breather of fire and leveller of cities!!
It's... Bill Bossert?

That's right, kids - Uncle Billy Bossert is back on the Horror Etc podcast, when Tony heads on a roadtrip down to Connecticut (USA) to catch Godzilla with his producer, friend and ...
What we classify as From The Hip style episodes are shows where the conversation ends up going places we didn't expect or plan for. When your hosts bumped into each other randomly going about our day, we pulled out the always handy mic and sat down to chat resulting in two unrelated segments based on ...
Don't call Tony and Ted "The Quiet Ones"! This week, we are chatty as ever as we catch up with the newest offering from the newest incarnation of England's famed Hammer Studios.

Now that the studio has delivered a sufficient filmography to evaluate their progress, we take a look at the background of ...
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