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Horroretc Podcast: Episodes

Welcome to the third annual Horroretc X-mas Spectacular. In keeping with tradition we offer up a feature length film discussion followed by some random topics and a gift exchange.

Of course the main subject has to be...Avatar. Yes we know there is no shortage of discussion about this event film but ...
Welcome all to another Horroretc audio commentary, this time for the 1968 George A. Romero classic Night of the Living Dead.

So here's the situation. As a result of unexpected scheduling conflicts we found ourselves without an episode this week. Thus we present a previously recorded audio commentary ...
Its the end of the world as we know it...and we feel fine.

Apocalyptic, post-apocalyptic, distopian future, annihilation, destruction and despair - we've got it all for you this week. Inspired by recent experiences with The Road and 2012 (two products that could not be further apart), we discuss the ...
The Anthology Film. A construct of narrative, a storytelling device, a collage of short stories that inform an over-arcing motif. Ahhh, toss all that aside - we horror fans know anthologies as short but sweet fixes of excitement that run the whole spectrum of pace, mayhem and success. This form has been ...
Time to climb back into the wayback machine and spend the evening wallowing in nostalgia as we tackle the 1980's.

Now, any attempt to recap a full decade of films in a single sitting is foolishness so we came up with a system to randomly select an individual year to look back at the films produced ...
Time once again for a patented From The Hip edition of the podcast. This week we focus on what we've watching lately on the big screen and some films coming soon that we are looking forward to. Full disclosure time...the content this week is pretty light on true horror but hey, that's why the Etc part ...
In November of 2009 two podcasters disappeared in a Starbucks near Kingston, Ontario ...A day later their audio was found.

The found footage fright flick is examined this week on the show with special attention paid to the recent installment Paranormal Activity. Our lengthy discussion of this film includes ...
Friends... welcome to the Carpathians - we are anxiously expecting you.

In just a few moments time, the coach will leave for Bukovina - a place on it is reserved for you. At the Borgo Pass, our carriage will wait for you, and will bring you to us - may you enjoy your stay, in our frightful company.

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HE comes home one more time...

As with all good things, the Horroretc Halloween retrospective comes to an end with our third installment. In a franchise rife with questionable directions some of the most head scratching decisions lie ahead. We kick things off with a confused recollection of Halloween ...
More of the night Horror Etc came home (sorry, can't help it).
Continuing our retrospective of the Halloween franchise we cover the immediate sequel Halloween 2 (1981), the failed anthology experiment of Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (1982), the Return of Michael Myers in Halloween 4 (1988) and the ...
Welcome to a bonus edition of the podcast. This episode was an unplanned and fairly off the cuff number of segments chatting about horror with fellow fans of the genre.

Frequent co-host Doug sits in to discuss the success of Zombieland both in box office returns and as a modern zombie comedy. We also ...
Halloween 1978, the night HE (Horror Etc) came home!

Kicking off our Halloween retrospective we have another in our now ongoing series of feature length audio commentaries with the original John Carpenter classic. What more can be said that hasn't been covered ad naseum in documentaries, interviews, ...
Let's take a trip through the murky mists of time as the Horroretc Podcast explores time travel this week. Another installment of the Etc component of the show finds your hosts grappling with the complexities of theoretical physics and a few fun movies along the way. We try to break down the main theorums ...
Time to put our thinking caps on and do some number crunching as we apply real world science to the horror genre. We're happy to present a unique episode this week talking about the notion of looking at horror scenarios through an impartial scientific lens to determine the fate of humanity. Our first ...
Welcome to another edition of our patented From The Hip shows. This week is truly as random as things get as we recap some of our recent watches including: Alone in the Dark from 1982 - an underseen gem with Donald Pleasence playing the anti-Loomis. Donnie Darko (2001) - yes you've seen it but have you ...
Another year, another trip to the Festival of Fear horror convention. As we have done before, we dedicate this week's episode to the sights and sounds of a major genre convention from the perspective of your brave hosts. We were lucky to run into a number of fellow listeners during the weekend and have ...
We made it. 100 episodes of the Horroretc Podcast.

As there are far too many to thank for reaching out and lending us support along the way, we dedicate this weeks show to all of you the listeners. We hope you enjoy the collection of feedback clips and assorted commentary on a wide variety of horror ...
Welcome friends to a discussion about a very serious subject: Censorship.

So the concept this week was to give an overview of how censorship has impacted the horror genre in the past and how it continues to loom over the film industry today. To frame our topic we conduct the podcast with the recently ...
It all starts with small suspicious behaviours, a cold distant disoposition, and before you know it...garbage trucks are everywhere and the neighbours are carrying pods.

This week it's a look back at the various incarnations of the classic tale of paranoia, mass conformity and smothering conspiracy. ...
Welcome all to a bit of a different episode this week as we discuss the processes of independent short filmmaking. We welcome guest host Jay Cheel, director of the short horror/comedy film Colore Non Vedenti to discuss the challenges and motivations that lie behind producing indie shorts. From the equipment ...
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