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Horroretc Podcast: Episodes

Time to break out the old NES, and fire-up some Rampage!

Godzilla - King of the Monsters, the gravest threat to humankind as we know it... er, CHAMPION and DEFENDOR of the human race -- and he sure can dance!?!

Kaiju - or "strange beast"â?¦ giant monster movies - the cinema has been filled with ...
"All they want to see is demented madmen running around in ski masks hacking up young virgins"
- Peter Vincent, 'Fright Night'

Scream Queen, Final Girl, Femme Fatale...the portrayal of women in the horror genre is the subject of this week's discussion. For the majority of horror film's long history ...
The podcast continues its march forward through an exploration of war themes this week. This time we focus on the results when militaristic storytelling elements collide with the horror genre proper. Through the years many attempts have been made to mix the conventional standards of war and military ...
War...what is it good for? We all know the destruction and suffering war has wrought on humanity through the course of recorded history but this week it also provides us with our discussion topic. War films!

While Anthony is on assignment, Ted and Doug gather to discuss the power of the war film genre ...
Karloff as The Invisible Man or The Wolf Man?
Lugosi as Frankenstein's monster ?? Wha -- ???

For years, fans of the classic Universal monsters have been tantalized by those vague references to the "what ifs" of classic films that were conceived, but never produced. It is well known that Lon Chaney ...
Some movies do have 'em...

On this weeks podcast, we're off to the British isles to get a feel of what's new in horror across the pond as of late. As Ted and Tony continue their trek around the world in search of the finest international horror productions, a few titles of note are discussed in-depth ...
Wes Craven...master of horror? That is the subject of this week's discussion. In a departure from our usual director spotlight approach, we are not revisiting The entire filmography of Craven's work (in part thanks to extensive coverage of many of his films along the way). We do however discuss the path ...
And now for our feature presentation...

This week, the Horror Etc Podcast goes to the movies to check-out what's new and fresh (?) for the genre fan at the local cineplex. Tony's Sherlock Holmes film enjoyed its world premiere in Kingston on April 6th - and both Ted and Doug attended the screeningâ?¦ ...
Scat-ter-shot
adj. Covering a wide range in a random way; indiscriminate.
It's a From The Hip show covering all the genre mediums: film, theatre, print and television. Some random movie titles are discussed - the long overdue Cannibal Ferox (1981) demonstrates the influence Cannibal Holocaust had on ...
Time again to provide some feedback to the feedback we have received in the past while. We have been promising to get caught up and are long overdue so for the second time we tackle the audio feedback sent in to the show from you the listeners. As always, we respond to the comments, questions and suggestions ...
As promised we present the second part of our Jee-Woon Kim discussion. This week Ted and Anthony discuss I Saw The Devil, A Tale of Two Sisters and its North American remake The Uninvited (a shining example of how Hollywood adaptations of foreign films can go drastically wrong).

This wraps up our focus ...
Another week, another South Korean director spotlight. We have been on quite a roll as of late and the best way we could think of to cover the many great Korean watches we've been taking in was to centre the focus on the directors responsible. This week we tackle the selected filmography of Jee-Woon ...
Welcome to an outside the box kind of director's spotlight this week as we feature a selected filmography of South Korean filmmaker Chan-Wook Park. The name may mean a great deal or may hold no point of reference depending on the individual but it's a safe bet that most if not all genre fans have at ...
The good old, reliable 'went down the wrong road' movie may have served as the framework for a few hundred stories told in the horror genre but your intrepid hosts brave a trip into the wild to discuss a mix of titles old and new that have not had their time in the spotlight on the podcast yet. Disclaimer ...
Sometimes they come back. After many weeks of solo-casting Anthony and Ted hit the mic once again under a single roof in a brand new studio to discuss...stuff.

Some catching up was in order so we discuss what's been going on over the past month before setting into some good old fashioned movie talk. ...
If this one doesn't scare you...you are already dead. So went the tagline to what many consider to be one of the great iconic films of 1970s independent cinema. Phantasm has been the most requested movie title by listeners of the show to be covered in the podcast so here then is an episode dedicated ...
"Burn the land and boil the sea, you canâ??t take the sky from me.â?? Well, it appears that Fox was entirely capable of taking away from all of us a truly original and fun sci-fi series... Firefly.

Okay, so maybe weâ??re a little late to the party here but hereâ??s hoping many listeners have seen ...
The Horror Etc Podcast returns to the murky streets of Victorian London, and this time...the game's afoot!

As Ted is travelling on assignment this week, Tony (who has portrayed Holmes on radio, stage, and now screen) indulges in his love of Sherlock Holmes, discussing all things Holmesian, with a keen ...
Please present boarding passes and kindly head toward our 'private' screeners to be sure all orifices are free of dangerous or contraband materials - Air Horroretc is about to take flight on a trip around the globe to chat Foreign Horror.

Now we know that classifying all filmmaking outside our native ...
Come and join us as we walk the tightrope that is Horror Comedy this week. It's a topic that has been long overdue considering that so many movies that fall within this unique subgenre of horror are personal favorites. Part of the difficulty is in articulating what works on an individual basis - comedy ...
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