Sunday, October 7, 2012
Episode 36: Texas Chainsaw Massacre Break
This week, we're getting real spooky as we kick off horror month! Rhea talks robot bees, takes back last week's Terminator feelings, and discusses the fine manga of CLAMP. Destiny watches a horror film every day, questions the death of cinema, and is attacked by animals in her sleep. We also discuss pop culture-related fears from childhood, including mirrors, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, and a particular spooky vhs tape.
Spoiler Alert for the Following:
Evil Dead 2
Corrections: The Hills Have Eyes (1977) was not the follow-up to Last House on the Left. The Nolan Strong tribute album is called Daddy Rockin' Strong. Robert Shaw played Quint in Jaws. The Masters of Horror episode featuring sound is called "Sounds Like" and was directed by Brad Anderson.
Cylon bees, y'all
Robot & Frank trailer
Alternate ending to Terminator 2
The Hills Have Eyes (full movie)
Acid Pop Cult episode 32
Horror a Day tips
Blog that inspired the daily horror project
Death Bed: The Bed That Eats clip
Patton Oswalt bit on Death Bed from Werewolves and Lollipops
Tumblr post where Destiny talks about week 1 of her movie watching project
Phantasm 2 trailer
Mark Sultan, "The Wind"
Nolan Strong and the Diablos, "The Wind"
"Dream Window" from Fright Night
Silver Shamrock commercial from Halloween 3
Andrew O'Hehir, "Is Movie Culture Dead?"
Devin Faraci, "Is Film Culture Really Dead?"
Oliver Lyttelton, "A Brief History of the Death Knell of Cinema"
"Pleased as punch they didn't get murdered..."
Sailor Iron Man
The Avengers "Bad Romance"
More information on the ladies of Clamp
Deep Blue Sea trailer
Paranormal Activity 2 trailer
Lady in the Radiator Song
Evil Dead 2 trailer
Masters of Horror, "Sounds Like" (Hulu)
The first 2 seasons of Masters of Horror (Youtube)
Takashi Miike's Imprint
Are You Afraid of the Dark episodes
Child's Play trailer
The House of the Devil trailer
Miyuki-Chan in Wonderland manga (no subtitles, and probably NSFW)
Men, Women, and Chainsaws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film by Carol J. Clover
Rhea's Comic Book Corner:
Gate 7 Vol. 1
Gate 7 Vol. 2
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