1981 film by John Landis
This week the lads are talking about pub names, Football theme tunes, London Flat Prices and the genius of Rick Baker.---Join our Patron today for just a quid a month and we'll give you a shout out every week as well as bonus content and massive discounts on merchandise. https://www.patreon.com/100thingsfilm---An American Werewolf in London is a 1981 comedy horror film written and directed by John Landis. An international co-production of the United Kingdom and the United States, the film stars David Naughton, Jenny Agutter, Griffin Dunne and John Woodvine. The title is a cross between An American in Paris and Werewolf of London. The film's plot follows two American backpackers, David and Jack, who are attacked by a werewolf while travelling in England, causing David to question whether he will become a werewolf under the next full moon.Landis wrote the first draft of the screenplay for the film in 1969 and shelved it for over a decade. Prospective financiers believed that Landis' script was too frightening to be a comedy film and too humorous to be a horror film. After achieving success in Hollywood with the comedies The Kentucky Fried Movie, National Lampoon's Animal House and The Blues Brothers, Landis was able to secure financing from PolyGram Pictures to produce An American Werewolf in London.An American Werewolf in London was released in the US by Universal Pictures on August 21, 1981. It was a critical and commercial success, winning the 1981 Saturn Award for Best Horror Film and the first ever Academy Award for Best Makeup. Since its release, it has become a cult classic. A sequel, An American Werewolf in Paris, was released by Hollywood Pictures in 1997.
2022 was a great year for our show as we became a part of Pantheon Podcasts, gained an amazing sponsor in RareVinyl.com and welcomed artists and musicians who we have loved and admired for years.On Part 2 of our 2022 in Review shows, we talk about how excited we were to welcome folks we've been fans of for decades like Geoff Downes (Yes, Asia), Carl Palmer (Asia, ELP), Chris Slade (AC/DC, The Firm, David Gilmour), Steve Hackett (Genesis), Guy Pratt (Pink Floyd, David Gilmour) and Gary Kemp (Spandau Ballet, Nick Mason). Hear our reactions to some of the stories from these great artists!But we also had the chance to speak with artists we've just come to know recently like Amanda Lehmann (Steve Hackett), Deobrah Bonham & Peter Bullick, Jim Cregan (Rod Stewart) and Autumn Hawk Percival. We had a wonderful time learning about what they've been up to recently, talking about their music and what they're going to be up to in 2023. We're proud of the artists/musicians/legends we hosted in 2022 and look forward to more in 2023!Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.comVisit RareVinyl.com and use the code PODCAST to save 10% off all orders!
You've heard of an American Werewolf in London, but have you heard of werewolves in Latin America? In 2020, a werewolf was said to have terrorized the people of a town in Chiapas, Mexico. There's also legends of a werewolf called Lobizon in South America and a tales of a in Brazil, with sightings from the early 2000s. Cristina and MJ share these tales. First a listener story. If you have a spooky story to share, email Espookytales@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail Join the Espooky Tales Book Club for Busy People (current book Gods of Jade and Shadow by Sylvia Moreno-Garcia): https://forms.gle/8aAhLsRuKh7zFKmU9 For more spooky stories, watch us on Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@espookytales Join us for movie nights on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/espooky_cristina Chat with us on Discord! https://discord.gg/4zVbvd7Hek For pictures on the places we discuss each episode, check out our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/espookytales/ Tweet us https://twitter.com/EspookyTales/ Support Espooky Tales on Patreon and receive bonus episodes, shoutouts, stickers and more! https://www.patreon.com/Espookytales Join Espooky Tales Premium for ad free episodes and bonus episodes (like Patreon BUT it works with Spotify): https://espookytales.supercast.com/new_landing? Music: Silent Night (Dark Piano Version)-Myuu Crime Scene (Piano Version) from Professional HQ Royalty Free Tracks by Ghost Stories Incorporated Time stamps: Listener Story: 3:46- 5:31 Werewolves Intro 5:31- 8:43 El Lobizon: 8:43- 20:40 Lobismem: 21:58 -26:00 The Werewolf of Coita: 26:00- 52:02 Spooky Recommendations and Outro: 52:02 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Special guest Darby Dee and I praise John Landis' 1981 horror comedy masterpiece. We talk about all of the twisted humor, Jenny Agutter, the decaying Griffen Dunne and the werewolf makeup effects that led to Thriller. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode I'm joined by Los Angeles comedian and delightful goth, Virginia Jones. I met Virginia at this year's Altercation Comedy Festival down in Austin. Virginia and I reflected on 2022, seniority in comedy, the never ending story and how to tell if you are becoming a werewolf. A challenger of goth stereotypes Virginia is not a huge fan of horror so I was pleased she agreed to be on the pod. Enjoy! And check out more about Virginia here: https://www.badinia.com/ Follow on TikTok & Insta: @badinia
The Wolf & Action Jackson took some time to reflect at the end of 2022 on all the great episodes, guests, concerts and artists we featured on the show this year. With 29 albums reviewed, 10 podcaster/writer guests, 12 concerts reviewed and 9 artist interviews we covered a lot of ground! On Part 1, we look back at the talented podcasters and writers who guested on our show and reminisce about all the concerts we reviewed after a COVID concert drought.We welcomed some our fellow Pantheon Podcasts hosts this year to talk about some of our favorite albums. We look back at speaking with Tom & Zeus of Shout It Out Loudcasts, Christy Alexander Halberg of Rock Is Lit, Martin Popoff of History in 5 Songs, Paul of Vintage Rock Pod and Pantheon Founder Christian Swain of Rock n Roll Archeology. We also welcomed some of our favorites from around the world like Neil of Def Lep Pod, Sonny "Hollywood" Pooni of Growin Up Rock, Chris of My Rock n Roll Heaven, rock journalist Anne Estella and RareVinyl.com Record Buyer Mike Wenban.Like so many of you, we were psyched to have live music back in our lives in 2022! Some tickets we'd had for two and half years, some were bought the week of the show. Hear The Wolf talk about seeing Simple Minds at Wembley Arena, Sting at the Palladium, Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets, Yes and Jeff Beck & Johnny Depp at Royal Albert Hall and The Rolling Stones and Duran Duran at Hyde Park. And hear Jackson talk about finally getting to see The Cult again after lockdown, along with The Stadium Tour. Not to mention, the first concert our hosts saw together in 28 years in Indianapolis. Part 2 is on the artists we welcomed to the show in 2022, be sure to subscribe and download!Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.comVisit RareVinyl.com and use the code PODCAST to save 10% off all orders!
Jim Cregan may not be a household name in the US but he has recorded over 50 gold and platinum records in his career. Best known for his days as a guitarist and songwriter with Rod Stewart, Jim joined us to talk about his new charity single and to relive some moments from his stellar career.Jim works with AngelForce USA, a non-profit dedicating to serving US veterans who may be at risk of suicide. He and his band, Cregan & Co., have reworked an old Johnny Mathis tune A Child is Born which is available to download with all the proceeds going to AngelForce USA. We talk a bit about how he came to work with this noble cause and the tune itself.We then dive into crazy days & nights in the studio and on the road with Rod the Mod. He first joined Stewart on the Foot Loose & Fancy Free album and was a part of his touring & recording band into the 90s, including the MTV Unplugged performance that included Ronnie Wood. Hear Jim recount stories about Hollywood A-list parties, speaking on the phone to Britt Ekland and working hard to avoid having your door kicked in by the Sex Police. Jim has the gift of gab and some extraordinary stories to go with it!Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.com
In early 1982, Van Halen was finishing up a tour of the US that included opening for The Rolling Stones for some stadium shows. After 5 straight years of touring and 4 consecutive platinum records, the members of Van Halen were looking forward to a much deserved vacation. But to make sure folks didn't forget about them, they released a cover of the Roy Orbison classic Oh, Pretty Woman. The song raced up the charts and then Warner Brothers demanded an album to go with the hit single. So Eddie Van Halen, Michael Anthony, David Lee Roth and Alex Van Halen took 12 days to record the rest of what would be Diver Down.Though the album is maligned by critics and fans as being short (31 minutes) and chock full of covers (5) it was a huge success for the band selling over 4 million copies in the US and setting them up for their megahit 1984. You still get some guitar heroics on songs like Hang Em High, Cathedral and The Full Bug but they also throw in some funny ones like Big Bad Bill and Happy Trails. It may not be anyone's favorite Van Halen record but it's an important piece of their catalog that is 40 years old and we had fun revisiting it.Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.com
By 1987 Aerosmith had gone from 70s rock gods to broken up & broke to reunited while clean & sober. The band and Geffen records desperately wanted a hit after 1984's overlooked Done With Mirrors. Rock n Roll Hall of Famer John Kalodner suggested the band work with outside writers to generate some hits. Steven Tyler and Joe Perry were reluctant at first but Desmond Child, Jim Vallance and Holly Knight helped get them on the charts with Dude Looks Like a Lady, Rag Doll and the megahit Angel.Buoyed by their collaboration with Run DMC the year prior, the band went on to incredible success with over 5 million sold in the US. That success would only grow in the coming years with Pump and Get a Grip and Permanent Vacation was their big comeback record. MTV blasted their videos night and day which would continue through the next several albums as well. It's fun to look back on this one as it changed Aerosmith's trajectory and is the cornerstone of the greatest comeback in rock.Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.com
Join Disney's Ike Eisenmann, and author, Jonathan Rosen, as they chat with David Naughton from the horror/comedy classic, An American Werewolf in London!David talks about the making of the classic film, being the star of a hugely successful Dr. Pepper campaign, his work on the sitcom, Makin' It, and singing the title song, and much more!
Join Disney's Ike Eisenmann, and author, Jonathan Rosen, as they chat with David Naughton from the horror/comedy classic, An American Werewolf in London!David talks about the making of the classic film, being the star of a hugely successful Dr. Pepper campaign, his work on the sitcom, Makin' It, and singing the title song, and much more!
Known as “the Steven Spielberg of Audio”, multi award winning Dirk Maggs is one of the most influential people in the world of sound in drama, who has created some of the greatest audio productions ever made. Such as Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, Superman, Batman, The Dark Knight, The Amazing Spiderman, Independence Day UK, An American Werewolf in London, Alien, The X-Files with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, Stephen Baxter's Voyage and his incredible work with Neil Gaiman, including Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman's and Terry Pratchett's Good Omens, Stardust, Anansi Boys, and the unforgettable Sandman, turning the Sandman comic book series into audio dramas, with Neil Gaiman as narrator and cast members including James McCoy, Michael Sheen, John Lithgow, Andy Serkis, Brian Cox, David Tennent, Bill Nighy and Samantha Morton. Dirk Maggs is guest number 247 on My Time Capsule and chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things he'd like to put in a time capsule; four he'd like to preserve and one he'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Follow Dirk Maggs on Twitter @DirkMaggs .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens & Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by matthewboxall.com .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The world had changed for Robert Plant in 1982. Led Zeppelin had broken up following the death of John Bonham in 1980. Big riff, classic rock had been replaced by punk, the new romantics, new wave and MTV was now the one place folks went to get their new music. Many of his peers from the 1970s had broken up, retired or were trying new things. So Robert put together a new band and released his first solo effort, Pictures at Eleven.But Robert didn't want to trade on his past so he did not perform any Led Zeppelin songs for the first few years as a solo artist. He wanted to forge ahead, make new music and not have to be a jukebox for those big Zep fans. And he got a lot of help from friends like Phil Collins and Cozy Powell on the drums, new writing partner and guitar player Robbie Blunt and more folks to help him forge his new sound.It may not be my favorite Robert Plant album but it set the tone for him as a solo artist and helped create his own sound, which was different from Led Zeppelin, and set him up for great success for decades to come.Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.com
On the year anniversary of our podcast - we (Josh, Marques, & Jason) are finally all back in the room together (kinda) and review some unique horror movies. What happens when an American tourist gets bit by a British werewolf in the 80s?! Werewolf Nazis, ghost zombies, and a nurse who is curiously sensual since she has "never been with a..." werewolf (intimately)... Just when you thought that was creepy, we jump into Midsommar - a movie about a strange cult in Sweden where baking a pubic hair meat pie is considered flirting. Listen. Laugh. Enjoy even if you never plan on watching these movies. But you may change your mind after listening. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wwtbtt/support
Y ahora nos vamos con un clasico de muchos pelos y colmillo! "An American Werewolf In London" escrita y dirigida por John Landis, donde un par de amigos que andan de mochileros por el Reino Unido, se topan con un animal que literalmente les cambiara su vida para siempre. Como siempre, esperamos que este episodio les guste, y de paso les dejamos las vías de contagio: Web Desdeabajo.net Twitter: @desdeabajox Fb: Desde Abajo podcast Patreon: Patreon.com/desdeabajo Instagram: Desdeabajox Youtube.com/desdeabajopodcast
Get ready to howl at the moon once more, as we present another hirsute discussion about lycanthropy with Kenny from Nerd Culture Shock. This week we visit London's Piccadilly Square for some "adult" entertainment but of course end up with way more than we bargained for. Come along as we bite into An American Werewolf in London!
The Who were ready to call it a day in 1982 which makes It's Hard their swan song. Of course they eventually came back but they were facing MTV, middle age, solo careers and examining life through different lenses. Keith Moon died in 1978 after the release of Who Are You and The Who soldiered on with Kenney Jones (The Faces) on the drums. But Pete Townshend's solo debut Empty Glass in 1980, which featured the mega-hit Let My Love Open The Door, put the band in an awkward position.The Who released Face Dances in 1981 but Pete was more keen on a solo career after the triple platinum Empty Glass. But the record company wanted one more Who album and tour and It's Hard was to serve as The Who's swan song which it did for nearly a quarter of a decade.Radio hits Athena and Eminence Front are well known but diving deeper into the album unlocks some unheralded songs written by John Entwhistle, Pete's contemplation of himself as a middle age rock star and what their collective future might be with or without the band. While some of the keyboards and synths might make this one sound dated, some of the themes of struggling to understand your place in the world are as poignant as ever. It was fun to rediscover this one!Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.com
hey squiddies we travel to Pennsylvania where i lived for 10 years awesome state to live, any who i had a great conversation about all topics with stew which consists of comics, mozzarella cabin of evil dead , American werewolf in London, bunch of horror movies and did i mention Ivan ooze? so, take for mouse and click the link or type it in search are for more platforms where you find me and stew https://linktr.ee/Ta2squidpodcast https://swoproductions.com/2022/08/16/follow-the-swo-productions/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ta2squidpodcast/support
If you grew up in the 70s & 80s like we did, you knew Blue Oyster Cult for their radio hits Don't Fear (The Reaper), Burnin for You and Godzilla. Or you might know them from Fast Times at Ridgemont High - "No I don't have any Blue Oyster Cult, I ate 34 pairs last time around - where were you?" Of course children of the 90s will never forget the famous Cowbell Sketch with Christopher Walken.But Blue Oyster Cult are still touring after 50 years and we want to explore their legacy with the man who has literally written the book on BOC (several books, actually), Martin Popoff. We ask Martin to recall how he found the band as a young man, saw them play live, got Eric Bloom's autograph on a $1 bill and interviews he conducted with band members over the years. In addition to their string of successful gold & platinum releases over the years, we explore how success, MTV and outside influences led to their demise. Plus The Wolf laments on the various missed opportunities he's had to see them live over the years.History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff Podcastwww.martinpopoff.comwww.martinpopoff.caUgly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.com
THE SHADOWS PODCAST CELEBRATES 100 EPISODES! We couldn't think of a better way to celebrate than with master special effects artists specializing in clay modeling, creature creation, stop motion, and animatronic Stephen and Edward Chiodo! The Chiodo Brothers have worked on An American Werewolf in London, Critters, Elf, Gremlins, Killer Klowns From Outer Space, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, Team America: World Police, RoboCop and now they're here to share their story on this weeks episode of the Shadows. Charles, Edward, and Stephen Chiodo were fascinated with movies and film-making at a young age. In this episode, they discuss how they grew up in Long Island making homemade 8 mm movies with a camera projector setup. One thing led to another, and their childhood dreams of film-making eventually led them to Los Angeles and the creation of their first feature film, Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Over 30 years later, their movie is still celebrated with Universal Studio's Halloween Horror Nights, a new video game release, and fans still celebrating their legacy. Check out this episode at www.linktr.ee/ShadowsPodcast, www.theshadowspodcast.com, and our YouTube Channel (@TheShadowsPodcast)! Support the Chiodo Brothers YouTube Channel at Chiodo Bros. Productions, Inc. - https://www.youtube.com/user/echiodo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shadows-podcast/support
For The Wolf & Action Jackson, The Cult were a band that entered their lives in 1989 with Sonic Temple which delivered with hard rock anthem Fire Woman. But hearing the killer riffs of Billy Duffy and lead singer Ian Astbury's powerful vocals defined by spiritual lyrics, the boys had to dive into their back catalog and were delighted to unearth Dreamtime, Love & Electric. From there The Cult would always hold a special place in their hearts.While living together in college, the boys were on their way to see the band only to learn that the show was cancelled and that the band had broken up. But this didn't dissuade their passion for the band, it just meant they had to wait for more new music and to see them live. Under The Midnight Sun is their 11th studio release and mixes that classic Cult sound with some new textures which separates it from their most recent efforts Choice of Weapon and Hidden City. At just over 35 minutes, Under The Midnight Sun still has those Cult trademarks while leading the band in a new direction that we really enjoy. It may not be their best or worst effort but it is new Cult, their first in 8 years, and we share our review with you.Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.com
She is baaaaaack. And better than ever. 6th Ave wasn't ready for her reappearance. Listen in as I start my countdown for my top 100 horror movies. My top 100 includes all horror - body, elevated, psychological, etc. Play along and let me know how my top 100 compares to yours. This episode features discussions regarding movies 100 to 88. SOURCES Unsane: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7153766/ The Human Centipede: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1467304/ The Grudge: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0391198/ An American Werewolf in London: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082010/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/An_American_Werewolf_in_London The Hitcher: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091209/, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hitcher_(1986_film)#Plot Fatal Attraction: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093010/ Cape Fear: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0101540/ House on Haunted Hill: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0185371/ Requiem for a Dream: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0180093/ The Purge: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2184339/ The Babadook: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2321549/ The Lobster: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3464902/ We Need to Talk About Kevin: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1242460/
Cherry and Kat discuss indie acting chops, movie safety and stupid American tourists with 1981 An American Werewolf in London. Spoilers ahead! check out @kiccakpodcast on Tiktok and Instagram and our upcoming horror event Adoradead on Kickstarter! Intro/outro music by Creeper_Ciller78 under the Creative Commons License
Danger Slater joins us to talk about An American Werewolf in London. We're looking at the werewolf as symbolism of the Jewish faith, why you should chase hot girls in Italy, the abrupt ending, the transformation, whether there was even a werewolf at all, and why you shoudln't stand naked in a den of wolves.
As The Wolf has moved to London & around Europe he finds progressive rock to be a very English sub genre of rock music. Growing up an Anglophile when it came to rock music, he was fascinated by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Cream, Led Zeppelin and all the blues based guitar driven rock. But progressive rock has different textures and flavors, not to mention some bands that to this day are still mostly unknown in the US.So who does he get to lead him on a journey to get to know UK prog legends Gentle Giant around the 50th anniversary of their Octopus album? Why a 30 year old American, of course. Autumn Hawk Percival is a songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist who has passion and knowledge for prog music. Ahead of the release of her own new album, she takes us on a tour of the soundscapes of these UK proggers in an album that has become known as the turning point in their career. Hear why the eccentric literary references, offbeat harmonies and odd sounds all craft a soundscape that Autumn finds appealing and hear her articulate those feelings to us lowbrow rockers.Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.com
Matt & Eric take a riotous rampage around Piccadilly Circus with AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON! Plus, A true Witcher Switcher (as Geralt is recast), Friday the 13th gets a prequel series (from Bryan Fuller), and more!
John is joined by Tom Crowley and Paul Litchfield, to beware the moon, and avoid the famous balloon thief. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/smershpod. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Cherry and Kat discuss wheelbarrows, movie safety and dating etiquette with 1981 An American Werewolf in London. Spoilers ahead! check out @kiccakpodcast on Tiktok and Instagram and our upcoming horror event Adoradead on Kickstarter! Intro/outro music by Creeper_Ciller78 under the Creative Commons License
Hey everybody welcome back to episode 94 of itsnottheworstmovieever podcast! This week, we conclude our month of spooky movies with American Werewolf In London from 1981! In this episode, Lee continues to show us his appreciation for old school practical effects and monster movies! We also talk the film's director John Landis and his wonderfully diverse career and his unfortunate time making the Twilight Zone Movie. As always please rate, review and share the podcast!
We're celebrating the spooky season with two 80s cult classics - An American Werewolf in London (1981) and Little Shop of Horrors (1986)! This episode's clear MVP: the phenomenal make up on an undead Griffin Dunne. Don't forget to follow and rate the podcast and check out Emory's blog for movie screening updates, more reviews, and personalized recommendations! Find and follow your Helen Hall Library on all the things!
Karl from The GMologist Presents https://anchor.fm/karl-rodriguez joins me to listen to the entries and pick a winner for this month's contest. Movies/TV shows mentioned so beware of potential spoilers: Predator, Alien, Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, Children of the Corn, Terminator, Vampire Hunter D, Aliens, Sunshine, Hard to be a God, G.I. Samurai, Ninja Scroll, Event Horizon, Akira, The Expanse, Hardware, Attack the Block, Gremlins, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, They Live, A Quite Place, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Dr. Cyclops, Them!, The Lost Boys, Halloween, Friday the 13th, Hellraiser, The Shining, Poltergeist, Carrie, Cujo, An American Werewolf in London, The Howling, Cat People, Child's Play, I Know What You Did Last Summer, The Blair Witch Project, Children of the Corn, 24, Jason X, Hellraisier: Bloodlines, Dracula 3000, Leprechaun 4: In Space, Planet of the Vampires, Lifeforce, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Lady Terminator Thank you to all our contestants Kevin (The Redcaps) https://www.theredcaps.net/ Barry (Shadow of the GM) https://anchor.fm/gmsshadow Joe (Hindsightless) https://anchor.fm/joe-richter9 Arlen (Live from Pellam's Wasteland) https://anchor.fm/pellamswasteland Reece (none) Peter (@spezbaby on discord) Joe (Dekahedron RPG Podcast) https://anchor.fm/jpgill David (Betelnut Games) https://www.betelnutgames.com/ MW (The Worlds of MW Lewis) https://anchor.fm/mwlewis Sonny (@Airborneguy on discord) BJ (The Arcane Alienist) https://anchor.fm/arcanealienist Ray Otus (Plundergrounds) https://rayotus.carrd.co/ The Crush Foundation https://www.thecrushfoundation.com/ Remember October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month Come to DaveCon in Bloomington, MN on 13-16 April, 2023 https://www.davecon.net/ Proud member of the Grog-talk Empire having been bestowed the title of The Governor Most Radiant Grandeur Baron The Belligerent Hero of The Valley. https://www.grogcon.com/podcast/ You can contact me through my Google Voice Number for US callers: (540) 445-1145, using Speakpipe for international callers: https://www.speakpipe.com/NerdsRPGVarietyCast through the podcast's email at nerdsrpgvarietycast 'at' gmail 'dot' com or find me on a variety of discords including the Audio Dungeon Discord. Home page for this show https://nerdsrpgvarietycast.carrd.co/ Home page for Cerebrevore, the TTRPG panel discussion podcast https://cerebrevore.carrd.co/ Ray Otus did the coffee cup art for this show, you can find his blog at https://rayotus.carrd.co/ TJ Drennon provides music for my show. Colin Green at Spikepit https://anchor.fm/spikepit provided the "Have no fear" sound clip. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jason376/message
We are talking about the results of the fan-voted top 104 Horror movies. We asked people to vote round by round and reseeded each round so the high seed will always play the low seed. The 104 lists came from a Rotten Tomatoes list, with other movies sprinkled in that we thought should be in. I hope you enjoy this, and here are the 104 Movie movies in this tournament: FRIGHT NIGHT (1985)Nope (2022)THE WICKER MAN (1973)28 DAYS LATER (2002)THE CONJURING (2013)PSYCHO (1960)MISERY (1990)GET OUT (2017)Willy's Wonderland (2021)Tales From The Hood (1995)The Devil's Rejects (2005)US (2019)The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)ALIEN (1979)HALLOWEEN (2018)when a stranger calls (2006)A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)The Babadook (2014)ATTACK THE BLOCK (2011)They Live (1988)Sinister (2012THE INVISIBLE MAN (2020)THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE (2001)A QUIET PLACE (2018)Friday the 13th (1980)BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1935)Child's Play (1987)JAWS (1975)Candyman (1992)FRANKENSTEIN (1931)Scream (1996)Scream 3 (2000)dawn of the dead (2004)THE LIGHTHOUSE (2019)prom night (2008)Bird box (2018)Monster Brawl (2011)DEMON (2015)SHAUN OF THE DEAD (2004)HEREDITARY (2018)THE ENDLESS (2017)LET THE RIGHT ONE IN (2008)DON'T BREATHE (2016)IT FOLLOWS (2014RE-ANIMATOR (1985)THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (1999)ZOMBIELAND (2009)NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968)IT COMES AT NIGHT (2017)ALIENS (1986)THE SHINING (1980)BONE TOMAHAWK (2015)1922 (2017)THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (1991)THE EXORCIST (1973)HALLOWEEN (1978)THE FLY (1986)ROSEMARY'S BABY (1968)A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984)DOCTOR SLEEP (2019)AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (1981)DEAD ALIVE (1992)THE HOST (2006)THE CABIN IN THE WOODS (2011)THE THING (1982)THE WITCH (2015)TRAIN TO BUSAN (2016)POLTERGEIST (1982)HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (1959)10 CLOVERFIELD LANE (2016)REVENGE (2017)HOST (2020)SLITHER (2006)UNDER THE SHADOW (2016)THE RING (1998)CARGO (2017)THE CONJURING 2 (2016)THE WAILING (2016)THE LOVE WITCH (2016)PARANORMAL ACTIVITY (2007)HARPOON (2019)TREMORS (1990)INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (1978)The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (2009)CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON (1954)IT (2017)THE LOVED ONES (2009)MANDY (2018)EVIL DEAD 2 (1987)wishmaster 1997RAW (2016)READY OR NOT (2019)THE EVIL DEAD (1981)HIS HOUSE (2020)Teeth (2007)A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT (2014)HELLRAISER (1987)DRAG ME TO HELL (2009Leprechaun (1993)1408 (2007)GREEN ROOM (2015)THE LOST BOYS (1987)CARRIE (1976)THE MIST (2007) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/support
Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets had to wait 2 years to tour due to COVID. But The Wolf & Action Jackson waited 27 years to see a live show together again; however, they all converged in Indianapolis on Friday, October 14. As proud members of Panteon Podcasts, we sponsored the The Echoes Tour and worked the show while greeting our VIP Experience winner, Heather.Listen to The Wolf's journey from Europe to Indianapolis and how dangerously close he was to missing the show. Hear snippets of our interview with Guy Pratt & Gary Kemp of the Saucers (and the brilliant podcast The Rockonteurs) and the amazing night we had in Indy. Starting with One Of These Days through to the epic Echoes the guys shared stories, had some fun with the crowd, displayed extraordinary musicianship and still came back for an encore.Thanks to all our listeners who've supported us through our first 100 shows! We pay tribute to all our guests, fellow podcasters and friends who have joined us over the years with a fun mashup of their bumpers. And don't worry, we've got hundreds more shows in us...Hear Ep96 for our full interview with Gary & Guy: https://podcasts.apple.com/nl/podcast/uawil-96-gary-kemp-guy-pratt-of-nick-masons/id1542993846?i=1000580988376&l=enHear Ep75 for my review from Royal Albert Hall in London: https://podcasts.apple.com/nl/podcast/uawil-75-nick-masons-saucerful-of-secrets-live-at/id1542993846?i=1000565385735&l=enUgly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.comWant to win front row seats to Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets in the US?Enter here to win tickets and a chance to be on a Pantheon Podcast: https://pantheonpodcasts.com/nickmasonGet tickets here: https://www.thesaucerfulofsecrets.com/
Teenagers with knives, invading insects, vampire children, crazed surgeons, wronged actors out for revenge—the horror genre has a haunted house for everyone, no matter your taste. Despite treating women like disposable straws, or lumping the queer and disabled together as monsters, scary movies have long been celebrated by the people most likely to be before the opening credits are done. For this year's season of scares, editor Joe Vallese asked 24 queer and trans writers to consider the horror movies that matter to them, from Halloween to Hereditary and all points in between. The resulting collection, It Came from the Closet, demonstrates the complicated relationship between the macabre and the marginalized. Go beyond the episode:It Came from the Closet: Queer Reflections on Horror, edited by Joe ValleseRead these essays from the collection: Carmen Maria Machado on Jennifer's Body, Jen Corrigan on Jaws, Zefyr Lisowski on The Ring and Pet SemataryIf your taste runs to spooky books, too, we have several lists for that Our host's top horror picks, for every taste:Not that scary if you're trying to dip your toes into the genre: Les Diaboliques, The Devil Rides Out, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, The Cremator, CureMild scares that come with a side of laughter: Sugar Hill, An American Werewolf in London, Throne of Blood, Rare Exports, PrevengeSpooky silents, most memorably watched with a live score: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Häxan, NosferatuBeloved classics: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974), Alien + Aliens, The Thing, The People Under the Stairs, Candyman, The Wicker ManModern favorites: The Babadook, Get Out, Raw, His House, The Witch, The House of the Devil, The DescentUnderrated gems: Possession, The Appointment, Onibaba, The Lure, Let's Scare Jessica to Death, Mother Joan of the Angels, It FollowsTune in every week to catch interviews with the liveliest voices from literature, the arts, sciences, history, and public affairs; reports on cutting-edge works in progress; long-form narratives; and compelling excerpts from new books. Hosted by Stephanie Bastek.Have suggestions for projects you'd like us to catch up on, or writers you want to hear from? Send us a note: podcast [at] theamericanscholar [dot] org. And rate us on iTunes! Our theme music was composed by Nathan Prillaman. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The spooky season is over yet at the Criterion CULT Film Podcast. We have a great double feature on this episode. First we find out what those useless wax lips are for and it's to kiss the GOAT David Cronenberg's 1981 film Scanners. Then CULT leader Jordan brings his dog do the collection which happens to be John Landis' horror film An American Werewolf in London.
On the newest (and spookiest) episode of Comics and Chronic the guys discuss the Marvel Special Presentation Werewolf By Night from director Michael Giacchino. But first what kind of pimp shit has Jake been up to? Why do Cody and Jake refuse to move back to NY? Will Cody take over comedy in LA once an earthquake hits and floods everything? Do we prefer vampires or werewolves? Is An American Werwolf in Paris better than An American Werewolf in London? Would we fuck the alien from Species? What's the deal with the Bloodstone? Is this special a breath of fresh air for Marvel or the same formulaic bullshit? Did we like the use of black and white and practical effects? Did we think this special was scary? What is the director's resume? How does his composing compare to the combo of Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL? What's Cody's beef with the show? What do we think of the new characters Jack Russell, Elsa Bloodstone, and Man Thing? Should Werewolf by Night fight more like a werewolf? Should Marvel women fight differently? Could Elsa Bloodstone take Black Widow in a fight? Were the deaths cool? Why is David Bowie hunting monsters? Was the main villain stepmom the weakest part of the special? What did Anthony think of the movie Licorice Pizza? Other than Rocket Raccoon what other comic book roles would Bradley Cooper be good for? Could he be Lex Luthor or Green Lantern Hal Jordan in the DC universe? Could he play someone on the X-Men? Could anyone play Mr. Fantastic in a movie? Should Kevin Feige cast Cody as Mr. Fantastic Reed Richards in the new Fantastic Four MCU movie? Is Werewolf By Night stronger because of its runtime? Is this one hour of television better than most of Phase 4? Is this the TV equivalent of a comic book one-shot? Was it better than She Hulk? Has we ever read any Werewolf by Night comics? Were we expecting this special to link to Blade or Black Knight? Should Moon Knight have been a special presentation? Do we want to see more of these characters in future MCU projects? Has Phase 4 been lackluster? What projects from Marvel Phase 4 would we keep? Would Jake do better as Oscar Isaac as Moon Knight? Why is Michael Imperioli so depressed in all his pictures? How does this compare to the 2021 Mortal Kombat movie? Who is the true villain of MCU phase 4? Is toxic motherhood destroying the whole MCU? What's going on with the Blade movie and why was it delayed? Was Thor: Love and Thunder the worst thing about Phase 4 and the MCU in general? Are we done with Thor movies? Should Thor and Loki have their own show together? Should Taika Waititi be banned from making another Marvel movie? What was spookier - Werewolf by Night or Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? What are our Halloween plans? What costumes have we worn in the past? Is Mephisto still lurking behind the scenes? Check out our website: https://www.comicsandchronic.com/ New episodes every THURSDAY Follow us on social media! Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @comicsnchronic YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC45vP6pBHZk9rZi_2X3VkzQ E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Cody Twitter: @Cody_Cannon Instagram: @walaka_cannon TikTok: @codywalakacannon Jake Instagram: @jakefhaha Anthony Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @mrtonynacho YouTube: youtube.com/nachocomedy
Note: This episode contains strong language. We realized four years ago now that The Nose doesn't cover very much horror stuff. So we started doing an annual Halloween special that tackles horror head-on. This hour: the fifth one of those. We look at the indie studio that's mostly taken over the elevated horror genre (and the not-so-elevated horror genre some, too): A24. Plus: the evolving relationship between queer and/or women-identified audiences and horror movies. And finally: We have a largely arbitrary tradition of spending a chunk of this show on a horror classic that's celebrating, specifically, its 40th anniversary. Previously, it's been Halloween, Alien, The Shining, An American Werewolf in London. This year: Tobe Hooper and Steven Spielberg's Poltergeist. GUESTS: Nate Jones: Staff writer for Vulture Jacob Trussell: Author of the forthcoming Poltergeist from DieDieBooks Lindsay Lee Wallace: Writes about culture, digital spaces, health care inequity, and other stuff too The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe, Gene Amatruda, and Dylan Reyes contributed to this show.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Double Edged Double Bill is wrapping up the spooky season by the light of the full moon. Hopefully, there's no horribly painful transformation involved as Adam and Thomas discuss werewolf movies! First, Michael Paré tries to usurp a German Shepherd's role as the dog of the family in Bad Moon! Then, a young American tries to balance his love life, his friendship with a rotting corpse ghost and his own lycanthropy while visiting Great Britain in An American Werewolf In London! Together, our duo answers the crucial questions. How does one do or not do a werewolf transformation? Which genre director had a shorter stint hosting The Tonight Show than Conan O'Brien? What two films will they choose for next week's episode returning to coming of age films? Well, take a walk with your non-werewolf furry friend and stay off the moors so you can listen to find out! Subscribe to our Patreon for $1 a month to get bonus podcasts & polls to choose episode topics and films we cover! patreon.com/dedbpod Follow the show on Twitter @DEDBpod & Facebook as well as Thomas on Twitter! Send feedback to email@example.com! Subscribe and rate us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & Podbean! Our artwork is provided by the amazing Christian Thor Lally! We're a proud member of the Talk Film Society Podcast Network!
It has been many days since the last werewolf incident in HQ, meaning that our team can discuss one of the best werewolf movies during this month of horror. Listen as Bryant and Caetlyn provide their debrief on An American Werewolf in London. Make sure to follow us: Instagram and Twitter- @opsilverscreen Facebook- Operation: Silver Screen
Christian Swain is the Founder & CEO of Pantheon Podcasts - a network of music podcasts preserving the legacy of rock n roll and all its many sub-genres. We chat with Christian about being a musician in LA in the 1980s hanging out at The Roxy, The Rainbow and the Whiskey-a-go-go. We talk why certain bands make it and other don't, the role record companies play in those successes and failures and why it's important to interview the original creators of the music we love.Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.comWant to win front row seats to Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets in the US?Enter here to win tickets and a chance to be on a Pantheon Podcast: https://pantheonpodcasts.com/nickmasonGet tickets here: https://www.thesaucerfulofsecrets.com/
1981's An American Werewolf in London vs 2008's The Strangers in our second spooky month showdown we finally manage to talk about one of the scariest movies we've ever seen. Also there are werewolves. Stay off the MOORS! Hi! We're Liza and Mike and we have too many DVDs! So many in fact that the only way to cull our collection is to pit them against one another. Every other week we'll select two movies at random, watch them, talk about them and decide which one has GOT to GO. Two discs enter, one disc leaves. This is: DVD Deathmatch!
Happy October - this month we're talking about werewolves. To kick it all off, we cover the 1981 comedy ‘An American Werewolf in London', directed by John Landis. We discuss werewolf lore, lament the loss of cool prosthetics and gory special effects to CGI, and wonder at the film's British/American cultural chasms. You can find us on most platforms @themonstrousfemininepodcast, and on Twitter, @themonfempod. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel, and rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Engage with our content across all platforms to be our next ‘Witch of the Week'. For bonus content, support us on Patreon! ✨ The Coven: Louisa, Mila, Tyia and Zeba Theme and ‘Witch of the Week' Music by: Sebastian Pizzaro *CONTENT WARNING* Violence, murder, death, suicide, mentions of a miscarriage and discussions of misogyny (lad banter)
he fans with his powerful voice and vivid storytelling.It's great to see not only former bandmates like Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler & Vinny Appice sing his praises but to hear from Roger Glover, Rob Halford, Glenn Hughes, Lita Ford, Sebastian Bach, Eddie Trunk and many more about the kind of man and friend he was warmed our hearts. Ronnie wasn't an overnight sensation - he was recording music in the 1950's! But he didn't hit it big with Rainbow until the 70s and success eluded him in American until he eventually replaced Ozzy in Black Sabbath and then went on to form DIO with Vinny Appice, Jimmy Bain & Vivian Campbell.Hear what we thought of the movie, his falling out with Ritchie Blackmore, Tony Iommi, & Vivian Campbell, what he means to us as a singer and his legacy.Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteThe RockonteursTwitterInstagramYouTubeLInkTreewww.pantheonpodcasts.comWant to win front row seats to Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets in the US?Enter here to win tickets and a chance to be on a Pantheon Podcast: https://pantheonpodcasts.com/nickmasonWe'll be at the Indianapolis show Friday, October 14, Get tickets here: https://www.thesaucerfulofsecrets.com/
HAPPINESS: Is there a max level of happiness/excitement that a person can hit or is there always a level higher to strive for?Celebrity Run Ins: We discuss Jim and Them listeners of the past and get into some of our own personal celebrity run ins.Palette Cleansers: We get into paying people to say the n-word, two cops trying to arrest each other and driving til the wheels fall off and fighting with doo doo.UNDEAD!, WEREWOLF!, AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON!, BAD MOON RISING!, LAGWAGON!, GUY HARD!, FIRE ISLAND!, YIPPIE YA I'M GAY!, MY NEW FACEBOOK BIT JIM!, GETTING HYPED!, CURSING!, NARRATIVE!, ABBOTT ELEMENTARY!, VELMA!, LESBIAN!, PLASTIC ON THE SOFA!, MELISSA'S HOUSE!, FROZEN 3!, MAX LEVEL OF EXCITEMENT!, HAPPINESS!, BASELINE!, JAKE!, MARVEL!, ANDOR!, DISNEY+!, STAR WARS!, ROGUE ONE!, MOMENT OF EXTREME HAPPINESS!, GALAXY'S EDGE!, BLISS!, SUPER BOWL!, PEAK!, ACADEMY AWARD!, GOALS!, BORAT!, STARCRUISER!, WRESTLING!, POP!, 48 HOUR FILM!, MOVIE THEATER!, LISTENERS!, SHANE!, DRUNK!, HITTING THOSE BUMPS!, LINES!, LABRAT!, O KRS KRS!, HALO AVENGERS!, RICK ALBERT!, KEVIN OWENS!, DISNEY SPRINGS!, CELEBRITIES!, STEPHEN MERCHANT!, WRESTLEMANIA!, JOEY FATONE!, N'SYNC!, PATRICE O'NEAL!, GORDON RAMSAY!, JACK BLACK!, THIS IS US!, MARIAH CAREY!, AIRPODS!, LASERTAG!, BURGR!, BLURRY!, THE ROCK IMPERSONATOR!, GEORGE BRETT!, SHIT HIS PANTS!, JASON LEE!, SCIENTOLOGY!, PALETTE CLEANSERS!, N-WORD!, 100 POUNDS!, FAILED!, TREMENDOUSLY!, SHERIFF!, TRAFFIC STOP!, ARREST EACH OTHER!, TALK SHIT!, DRIVING!, WHEELS OFF!, PILLS!, HIGH!, LOCKER ROOM!, FIGHT!, DOO DOO!, SHIT!, EMBARRASSING!, MARTYRDOM!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
It's week two of the SPOOKTOBER SPECIAL and we're howling under the full moon with the amazing Puck Puckett. A crisp breeze rustles the orange leaves in the trees above you, when suddenly a low growl rumbles through the woods. The last thing you see is glowing yellow eyes leering at you from the shadows, and then your body is ripped apart with claw and fang. It's a WEREWOLF! Which movie has the best transition scene? Which version of the werewolf do you think is scariest? Which werewolf movies have aged poorly, and which are the ones you absolutely have to see? Wanna get into some BS with us? PATREON: Patreon.com/BanterAndSuchINSTAGRAM: @BanterAndSuchPodcastWEBSITE: theheliosnetwork.comSupport the show
Welcome to a special episode of Front Row Flashbacks for our Monstercast interview of writer/producer/director and friend of the pod, David Weiner. He is the director of the critically acclaimed documentaries In Search of Darkness Parts I and II, which focus on the history of 1980's horror movies. Weiner also directed the documentary In Search of Tomorrow, which gives viewers a deep dive into 1980's science fiction films. David has joined us in the past for an interview about his career, and to talk with us about the werewolf-classic American Werewolf in London. Today our interview focuses on In Search of Darkness Part III, and why he's continued his trajectory into the great decade of horror movies. In Search of Darkness Part I & II can be viewed on Shudder, and In Search of Darkness Part III is available for purchase until Halloween 2022 at www.80shorrordoc.com. Featuring: Erin McCabe, Ryan Lootens, & Jay Hoffman The Front Row Flashbacks - https://linktr.ee/Flashbacks To learn more about David Weiner or to support his documentary endeavors please visit the following sites: www.80sscifidoc.com and @80sscifidoc (for socials) www.80shorrordoc.com and @80shorrordoc (socials) www.ItCameFromBlog.com and @ItCameFromBlog (socials)
Jeff Beck is a true legend and genius of rock guitar. From his early days in The Yardbirds, through his hard rocking 70s incarnations to today, he's an innovator & someone who likes to collaborate with others. I bought tickets to see him pre-COVID and had to wait 2.5 years to see him. It turned out that during that time he had been collaborating with raconteur/actor Johnny Depp to work on some covers and original material.Johnny's appearance midway through Jeff's performance at Royal Albert Hall on May 30, 2022 was exciting for everyone in the crowd. But did he really have the chops to perform with Jeff Beck and his band? Or was he a privileged Hollywood star who gets to work with Hall of Fame legends on a lark?We talk about Johnny's impact on the performance from May and we review their new album, 18, which came out later in the summer. Did Johnny up his game and give himself a new career option? Did Jeff Beck lower his standards for a chance at a one off char topper? Hear what Action Jackson & The Wolf have to say about that. Ugly American Werewolf in London WebsiteRareVinyl.com Eil.comYouTubeTwitterInstagramwww.pantheonpodcasts.comWant to win front row seats to Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets in the US?Enter here to win tickets and a chance to be on a Pantheon Podcast: https://pantheonpodcasts.com/nickmasonWe'll be at the Indianapolis show Friday, October 14, Get tickets here: https://www.thesaucerfulofsecrets.com/
Theme Park Adventures: Mike is back from his Halloween theme park adventures last week, this is for the silent majority.Ye On Tucker: Kanye West was on Tucker Carlson's show to explain his White Lives Matter shirt and continue to dominate the fashion landscape.Stunts: Why do some people's stunts get celebrated but not Kanye!? Steve-O? Borat? IMPRACTICAL JOKERS!?THE POWER OF DARKNESS!, KILL YOURSELF!, AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON!, SPOOKY SEASON!, ANNABELLE CREATION!, DAVID F SANDBERG!, PATREON!, MIKE AT HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS!, SKANKFEST!, LUIS J. GOMEZ!, NO SHOW!?, CHRISTMAS!, HALLOWEEN!, HAUNTED MANSION HOLIDAY!, NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS!, JACK!, SALLY!, GALAXY'S EDGE!, RISE OF THE RESISTANCE!, MONSTERS AFTER DARK!, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY!, BRUNO!, MEXICAN!, SANDERSON SISTERS!, AGATHA!, TRICK OR TREAT!, GRAPES!, REFRESHING!, SMUGGLER'S RUN!, MILLENIUM FALCON!, SPLASH MOUNTAIN!, PRINCESS AND THE FROG!, PROUD!, CHURRO FLIGHT!, PUMPKIN PIE CHURRO!, CAR'S LAND!, RADIATOR SPRINGS RACER!, DEBIT CARD!, ANAHEIM!, MONEY!, SCAM!, MIX CD!, NYC!, FINESSE!, KANYE WEST!, YE!, WHITE LIVES MATTER!, FASHION!, LADY GAGA!, FOX NEWS!, TUCKER CARLSON!, GOD!, BIBLE!, MEDIA!, CANDACE OWENS!, BRILLIANCE!, P DIDDY!, VULTURE!, MASE!, CRAIG MACK!, BIGGIE!, PERFORMATIVE!, ATTENTION SEEKING!, LAMAR ODOM!, PREMEDITATED!, STUNTS!, TV!, BORAT!, LADY BORAT!, STEVE-O!, NATHAN FIELDER!, IMPRACTICAL JOKERS!, SAL!, MIKE VIDEOGAME!, STAXX!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!