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It's the Maestro versus the Master, of sorts...
On this week's episode of the Horror Etc Podcast, Tony and guest-host Barry (in place of a vacationing Ted) take a look at the works of Lucio Fulci. From his start as a director of Italian comedies, to creator of some of the most astonishing ...
It's summertime, and in true Horroretc tradition we are slacking off this week. With some great spotlight shows planned in the near future we took the opportunity to get a little more catching up done with some random topics, recent watches and of course... listener feedback.

The subjects range from ...
In June of 2012 two horror geeks disappeared in the woods near Kingston, Ontario, while recording a podcast...
A year later their footage was found.

okay, so maybe that's not true but we did get lost. This week we put together a true From the Hip edition of the show that started out as an on location ...
Grab your tin foil hats and find your way to the panic shelter, we are about to take on some of the world's greatest
conspiracy theories and we don't want the men in black to show up and haul you away before we uncover the truth.

It's a deviation from the norm this week as Ted is joined by a special ...
What is dead may never die.

The second season of HBO's ground breaking adaptation of the Song of Ice and Fire series has come to a close and with it we have called together our panel from episode 202 (season 1) to discuss it.

Book 2, titled A Clash of Kings, brought an array of new characters and ...
"The oldest and strongest emotion in man is fear, and the oldest and strongest form of fear is of the unknown"

H.P. Lovecraft may be considered one of the most important and influential American authors the genre has ever seen. A bold statement but it happens to be one we stand behind and because of ...
In the grand tradition of the slasher film we present... a sequel.

Now that we have the history and characteristics of the slasher subgenre covered, it's time to pick some movies to discuss. Although these films have been steadily slicing their way to movie screens for decades we chose to pay tribute ...
Slasher films.
A subgenre of horror both maligned and beloved, it's high time we took a stab at it.

Along the way we have dedicated episodes to the Friday the 13th, Halloween and Nightmare on Elm Street franchises which is a tipoff that we are fans of the format but we have never focused specifically ...
Our unofficial three episode arc of editorials dedicated to the underspoken contributors to our favorite genre comes to a close this week as we celebrate the father of the splatter film Herschell Gordon Lewis.

A true one of a kind showman, he carved a film career out of delivering what audiences wanted ...
This week we pay tribute to the B-movie master himself Roger Corman with an informal discussion of the man, his work and his legacy. It's another entry in our informal arc of episodes celebrating the underspoken icons of the genre.

So what is Corman's legacy? He is responsible for the "Corman Film School" ...
Welcome to a very informal look at one of the genre's unsung heroes Dan Curtis.

With the Tim Burton adaptation of Dark Shadows about to arrive, we take a look back through the works of the director / producer who worked primarily in the television medium beginning with his auspicious daytime drama ...
Surprise MF - we're back again!

After a couple of weeks worth of one off episodes, your globe-trotting hosts reunite in studio Tony to bring you a generous helping of the Horror Etc podcast. We catch up on some overdue housekeeping (a big thank you to some very kind listener contributions), discourse ...
It's a road trip with a bit of a twist this week, as Ted takes the week off and Tony heads to his first ever convention as a guest to screen and promote his new horror film and dream project, Terror of Dracula!

Hitting the road with actress Denise Wedge (who portrays Mina Murray), an insider's view ...
Welcome to a very impromptu second annual Walking Dead season recap. Ted and Doug convened to have a discussion on the events that transpired this season and chose to set up the mic in the process, so what follows is a very loose one take episode. Rather than recap the show episode by episode we bounce ...
As promised here comes our second feedback episode this week. The whole story behind our feedback shows was in the blurb for part 1 so let's get right to the point. We kick things off with some random chatter including a quick rundown of what is wrong with Mirror, Mirror. Ted's inexplicable distaste ...
We love your feedback. Each and every week we send out the call for commentary, opinions and recommendations to the listeners and all of you who participate via emails, voicemails, forum posts, twitter and facebook comments have shaped what we consider to be an amazing community of like-minded genre ...
A curse be upon you.

This week we take a look at the legends behind supposedly cursed films through history. Where does one draw the line between a series of unfortunate incidents and the intervention of an otherworldly force to derail or punish a production? Ultimately that's for you to decide but ...
It's loose, fiery and a little unhinged on the Horror Etc podcast this week, as Tony and Ted regroup after several hectic weeks of work and travel. In a return to the classic odds and ends From the Hip episode format, your hosts unwind and discuss an assortment of off the wall bits and pieces... from ...
This week we take a look at what makes an American Horror Story. One of the most challenging genres to translate to
serialized television is horror and when one comes along it deserves our attention. It is a mixture of responses to what the inaugural season delivers but one thing is certain, it had ...
Ingmar Bergman. Perhaps the most thoroughly analysed and debated filmmakers in history. His works are required viewing for any student of the medium and he has been widely credited as one of the most influential directors of all time. So what could we possibly add to the discussion? How about simply ...
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