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Best podcasts about Harry Manfredini

Latest podcast episodes about Harry Manfredini

Epic Film Guys Podcast
BRAIN STEW - TOP 5 KILLS of the Friday the 13th Series with Kellen's Petty Talk Show

Epic Film Guys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 87:32


KI KI KI...MA MA MA! Happy Friday the 13th Creeps! As a special surprise we sat down with our buddy Kellen from Kellen's Petty Talk Show, to countdown our Top 5 Kills of the Friday the 13th Series! Keep it creepy, Justin, Jeremy & B-Ratty P.S. We had a little static come through on this one but we felt it added to the vintage flavor.   EPISODE MUSIC Intro Music: "Theme from Friday the 13th Part III" by Harry Manfredini. All rights reserved.   Where to Find Us Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/epic-film-guys-podcast/id1027239734 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7HLugZWXbUgT6DlkuVz93R Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL2VwaWNmaWxtZ3V5cy5wb2RiZWFuLmNvbS9mZWVkLw Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/epic-film-guys-podcast-1724 The Hobster's Dumpster: https://www.facebook.com/groups/epicfilmguys Feed URL: https://epicfilmguys.podbean.com/feed/ Wordpress: http://epicfilmguys.wordpress.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/epicfilmguysny/live You can also catch us on most every podcatcher under the sun! Search for us on BluBrry, Stitcher, Spreaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, and many others. Search and you will find us! There has never been a better time to join up with the elites at https://www.patreon.com/epicfilmguys! You can get access to pre-roll and outtakes from the show, exclusive episodes, free swag, and so much more. Tiers start as low as $1/month! Please consider supporting the show, and thank you for being one of the EFG faithful! Executive Producers: Jarrod Taylor, Johnny Nigh Producers: Alan Gallauresi, Andrew Folloder, Brandon Frederick, Chris Yeany, Christopher J. Maltezos, The Countdown, Julio Olivera Mendoza, Justin Winters, Kate Maxwell, Matt Bartman, The Movie Journey, Nerdrovert, Patrick Sherwood, Reel Feels Podcast, Scott LaVare, Tony Dobish, TwistedPhilly, Two Peas on a Podcast, Tyler Dane Sutton, Cody Mastel, Dissect that Film.   Meet the BRAIN STEW crew Justin lives in a suburb of Washington D.C. after moving from the Binghamton, NY area with his wife and daughter. He is our resident "encyclopedia of film" and chances are, if you've heard some film news, Justin already heard it before you. A massive fan of the '80s and horror flicks of all shapes and sizes! Catch him on Facebook or our Instagram account, or on our Twitter @EpicFilmGuys.   Jeremy lives in Woodbridge VA. He is a diehard Horror expert, memorabilia collector, and overly enthusiastic movie fan. He has traveled the world far and wide, meeting celebrities, collecting rare movie artifacts and meeting hundreds of members of the horror community. If you don't know who he is now, you soon will. Catch him on Facebook or on his Instagram at @jt_pumpkin_gutz    Brady lives just outside of Boston, MA. He graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Political Science, and is currently pursuing his Master's of English Studies at ASU (Forks Up). After falling in love with horror and devouring any 80s/90s horror he could get his hands on, he started writing for Epic Film Guys in early 2021. Currently, he spends his time reading up on new authors in the horror genre, visiting any New England landmark referenced in boom or film, and listening to Creed. Catch him on Twitter @BradyCloven and on Instagram @bacloven   Learn the full history of the Epic Film Guys by visiting http://epicfilmguys.wordpress.com/about-us/.  

The Horror Flicks and Guitar Picks Podcast
Harry Manfredini of Friday The 13th & More

The Horror Flicks and Guitar Picks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 47:12


Happy Friday the 13th! Listen as Harry and I discuss scoring the Iconic Franchise, working with Sean S. Cunningham on multiple films, and much more on this week's episode! To Support the Podcast : https://www.patreon.com/Horrorflicksguitarpicks

So It's Come to This: A Movie Podcast
EP 151: Friday the 13th Part 3 3D

So It's Come to This: A Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 57:46


This week's episode puts on the red and blue glasses for a new look at 1982's "Friday the 13th Part 3 3D." We talk about the movie's best and worst 3D moments, cool kills, Harry Manfredini's soundtrack, and the novelization of the movie. Listen now, or on Friday, the 13th!

Halloweekly
House 1986

Halloweekly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 32:17


Our community really knows how to pick'em! George and I were blown away by this film. From the creature effects, the killer camera work and score by legend Harry Manfredini. There are a million things to love about this flick. Keep your votes and picks for the next film coming :) 

Troglodyte Horror and Cult Film Review Podcast

Jhorror also know as Jsplatter or something like that. On this episode Loki Jesse and Hilarious Tim travel to the land of Japan for Tokyo Gore Police. So much cheesiness that I wish I had some nachos. Bad practical effects and lots of blood showering everywhere. A world where a special police force hunts down engineers that change their bodies into grotesque forms. This film is completely off the rails.   Audio clips from Tokyo Gore Police English Dubbed verison (2008) are owned and copyrighted by their respectful owners. Slaughter High Theme Song Compose by Harry Manfredini and John Caridddi All music published by Alma Viva Music Publishing (BMI) Raining Blood by Slayer from the album Reign in Blood, Release by Label Def Jam Music is used for education, breakdown of style, tone and parody. Last Radio Call is now available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime and on Tubi Nina Diaz Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ninadiazsolo Link Tree https://linktr.ee/NinaDiazSolo Special Thanks to Tim Cappello. Visit https://timcappello.com/ Cameo https://www.cameo.com/dolcevito Check Out! Our Friends over at The Introverted Poet's Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/6HCpW1jlVNjpRiJ9v8Es53?si=dfdaef4af740493e Music and sounds from Music-Note World Graphics made and provided by Luis Estrada

Troglodyte Horror and Cult Film Review Podcast

For this year's April Fool's Day episode, Tim and Loki Jesse watched Slaughter High (1986). Starring Scream Queen, Caroline Munro and directed by George Dugdale. Does this film have the right amount of cheesiness that Tim loves? What is the moment in this film that has stayed with Loki Jesse since he watched in his childhood? Join in on the discussion as we talk some Slaughter High (1986). Audio clips from Slaughter High (1986) are owned and copyrighted by their respectful owners. Slaughter High Theme Song Compose by Harry Manfredini and John Caridddi All music published by Alma Viva Music Publishing (BMI) Music is used for education, breakdown of style and tone. Last Radio Call is now available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime and on Tubi Nina Diaz Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ninadiazsolo Link Tree https://linktr.ee/NinaDiazSolo Special Thanks to Tim Cappello. Visit https://timcappello.com/ Cameo https://www.cameo.com/dolcevito Check Out! Our Friends over at The Introverted Poet's Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/6HCpW1jlVNjpRiJ9v8Es53?si=dfdaef4af740493e Music and sounds from Music-Note World Graphics made and provided by Luis Estrada

Retrospection
90. Disco Jason

Retrospection

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 100:29


In our Halloween episode we're slicing and dicing our way through, Friday 13th Part 3, from 1982. Along the way we discuss what a Herbie/Jason crossover could be like, Paul homages himself, and Colin gives Paul garden furniture advice. How can you resist? Music is by Harry Manfredini. 

Oldie But A Goodie
#139: House II: The Second Story (with MelissaMayPlays)

Oldie But A Goodie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 95:40


This is an odd one. House II: The Second Story, released August 28th in 1987, is a horror-comedy about a crystal skull that's the key to immortality or something. Our main characters have to travel through time and space to keep it safe. MelissaMayPlays is back to try and help us unravel this mess of a movie. Join the Bad Porridge Club on Patreon for TWO bonus episodes each month! https://www.patreon.com/oldiebutagoodiepod Follow Mel! Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/melissamayplays  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melissamayplays/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/melissamayplays TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@melissamayplays  Follow the show! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oldiebutagoodiepod/  Facebook: https://fb.me/oldiebutagoodiepod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjfdXHxK_rIUsOEoFSx-hGA  Podcast Platforms: https://linktr.ee/oldiebutagoodiepod  Got feedback? Send us an email at oldiebutagoodiepod@gmail.com Follow the hosts! Sandro Falce - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sandrofalce/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/sandrofalce - Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/SandroFalce/ - Nerd-Out Podcast: https://anchor.fm/nerd-out-podcast  Zach Adams - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zach4dams/ Donations: https://paypal.me/oldiebutagoodiepod Please do not feel like you have to contribute anything but any donations are greatly appreciated! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Around the World in 80s Movies
The Horror Show (aka House III) (1989) | James Isaac

Around the World in 80s Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 30:35


After viciously murdering over 110 people, the serial killer known as 'Meat Cleaver Max' Jenke (Brion James) gets the death penalty, sentenced to fry in the electric chair. Max doesn't go easily, staying alive for nearly ten minutes as they zap him with everything they have before expiring. However, something happens in the process of electrocution that allows Jenke to live on as a supernatural entity of electricity - one that seeks revenge on the cop that arrested him, Lucas McCarthy (Lance Henriksen). McCarthy suffers from PTSD, forced into a leave of absence while seeing a psychologist until well enough to return as a detective. However, despite seeing Jenke executed with his own eyes, McCarthy sees him everywhere - in his dreams, on his TV, and popping up whenever he's out and about. Either Jenke truly is a supernatural being taking up residence in McCarthy's furnace, or McCarthy's delusional and putting his family in grave danger. Erratum: Once again, I refer to composer Harry Manfredini as Henry Manfredini, likely because of the composer Henry Mancini.

Stinker Madness - The Bad Movie Podcast
Swamp Thing - Stinker Madness Rerun

Stinker Madness - The Bad Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 86:03


Nothing says the follow-up to Superman like a budget movie, right? It's that weird mix of camp, bad costumes, a busty lady, and villians of dubious intent. Oh, and it's also a fairy-tale love story. WTF is Swamp Thing? It's surprisingly bad. Nothing can prepare you for how crummy this film is. You've got all the pieces that should make for an OK movie - the established Wes Craven only 2 years before his masterpiece. Adrienne Barbeau hot off her run of John Carpenter films, Ray Wise on his way to Leland nuttiness, Harry Manfredini ready to give the hot licks, Alan Moore's material, the backing of DC loaded up on cash after Superman. How did this go wrong?!?! The makeup is awful, the costumes are atrocious, the writing is beyond nonsense, the story is a big question mark and then the way the whole thing ends is just nuts. This truly is one of the worst comic-book movies of all time. That aside, it's a total blast - cheesy, cheesy fun. Swamp Thing is completely useless, despite having super-strength and healing powers. He mostly just chucks guys out of boats, then lets them get back in, then chucks them out, rinse and repeat. Meanwhile, Barbeau's Cable, is just getting nabbed over and over again. Useless. The end...wow. Whomever thought that your epic climax would best be shown by a battle over a knight's sword between a man-pig and a guy in a loose rubber costume was going to wow audience's....yipes. It's a must-do bad movie.

Homos on Haunted Hill
Episode 52 – Full Dongin' It ("Slaughter High")

Homos on Haunted Hill

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 56:27


Kevin & Chris kick off School's Out Month with a raucous field trip to Slaughter High (1986). To commemorate the film's 35th anniversary this year, the 'mos talk a vicious prank-gone-wrong, a 10-year high school reunion, a jester killer, acid-laced beers & baths, electrifying orgasms, Harry Manfredini's Friday the 13th-adjacent score, an extended chase sequence, and more. Bonus topics include favorite 'bad' movies, 80s slasher trends, and some Adam Sandler hot takes no one asked for. Connect with us on Patreon and social media for updates! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/homosonhauntedhill Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homosonhauntedhill Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hohhpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/hohhpodcast

Murders Per Gallon of Popcorn
Episode 10: Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988)

Murders Per Gallon of Popcorn

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2021 88:08


We didn't think it was possible, but it happened; we found a not-so-great Friday the 13th flick.

Recensioni CaRfatiche
Recensioni CaRfatiche - La Casa di Helen (Ethan Wiley 1987)

Recensioni CaRfatiche

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2021 9:02


Per contrastare lo sconforto e il senso di malinconia che assale in questo periodo, ho deciso di dedicare una settimana simpaticamente trash alle Recensioni CaRfatiche podcast. Film palesemente di serie B anni 80, ma di quelli belli, che riguardo continuamente e ancora mi fanno sorridere e mi mettono addosso un buonumore genuino! Titoli che hanno contraddistinto la mia infanzia e la mia adolescenza e che non potrei mai rinnegare e chissenefrega se hanno dei difetti e sono un po' ridicoli. Io li amo così come sono, a cominciare da La Casa di Helen? Ma com'è questo spassosissimo simil horror, seguito de "Chi èsepolto in quella casa?" Vi basti sapere che ancora oggi desidero fortemente avere un Brucane da compagnia e anche un grazioso cucciolo di Pterodattilo divora bistecche! Che bellissimo film! Scanzonato, divertente, anche originale per l'epoca e con una colonna sonora da urlo, curata da Harry Manfredini, che ti fa venire voglia di ballare senza freni. Ascoltare per credere!

Scored To Death: The Podcast
Composer Panel from the Salem Horror Fest 2020

Scored To Death: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2020 85:39


Originally recorded as a virtual panel for 2020's Salem Horror Fest, this very special episode finds Scored to Death author & host, J. Blake Fichera, discussing the craft of making music for horror films, with an all-star lineup of amazing film music talent—including composers Richard Band, Joseph Bishara, Holly Amber Church, Charlie Clouser, and Harry Manfredini. This dream-team of composers were responsible for the music for such horror classics as Saw, Re-Animator, Friday the 13th, Insidious, The Conjuring, Annabelle, House, From Beyond, Castle Freak, The House on Sorority Row, Dead Silence, Puppet Master, Dark Light, Open 24 Hours, and much much more,

80's Flick Flashback
#17 "Friday the 13th" (1980) with Ron West

80's Flick Flashback

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2020 57:26


Legendary filmmaker Georges Méliès is often credited with making the first ever horror movie, which was called was The Haunted Castle. Horror movies have no doubt evolved since the early days with many filmmakers now relying on cheap scares and gore to horrify audiences. The ‘80s, however, were a great time for horror fans, with iconic franchises like A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, and Friday the 13th all getting a number of sequels in the decade. It may be hard to remember, but there was a time when the name Jason Vorhees wasn’t part of the horror lexicon. In 1980 director Sean S. Cunningham unleashed the original Friday the 13th, a film that would go on to define the slasher era through sequel after profitable sequel (though Jason’s iconic hockey mask wouldn’t actually show up until the third installment in 1982). So grab your canoes, backpacks, and machetes and come along with Ron West and I as we travel to Camp Crystal Lake to discuss the original “Friday the 13th”. Here are some additional behind the scenes trivia we were unable to cover on this episode: Cunningham wanted to make the Mrs. Voorhees character "terrifying", and to that end he believed it was important that Palmer not act "over the top." There was also the fear that Palmer's past credits, as more of a wholesome character, would make it difficult to believe she could be scary. Palmer was paid $1000 per day for her ten days on set. In 1982, Gramavision Records released a LP record of selected pieces of Harry Manfredini's scores from the first three Friday the 13th films. On January 13, 2012, La-La Land Records released a limited edition 6-CD boxset containing Manfredini's scores from the first six films. It sold out in less than 24 hours. In the scene where Bill is found impaled to a door with arrows, his eye twitches continually because the eye effect that Tom Savini applied was actually burning Harry Crosby's eye and causing him excruciating pain. Most of the people involved in the original movie thought it was just a cash grab, a quick way to make money, including director Sean Cunningham, screenwriter Victor Miller, and Betsy Palmer, the star of the movie who played Mrs. Voorhees, the killer. Both Cunningham and Palmer said in interviews they were just trying to pay bills when they made this movie. None of them had much respect for the integrity and the artistry of the story they were creating. It was an obvious self-aware attempt to rip off and cash in on the Halloween phenomenon. In spite of that, it has become one of the most successful and beloved horror films ever. Sources: Wikipedia, Imdb, Rotten Tomatoes Intro & Outro Music: “Total Eclipse” by Nathaniel Wyver Send us an email or reach out to us on social media to let us know what you liked, what you loved, what we may have missed, or what 80's movie we should watch next! Email - moviviewspodcast@gmail.com Facebook - Moviviews Presents 80's Flick Flashback Podcast (Fan Page) & Moviviews News & Reviews (Group Page) InstaGram - Moviviews --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/moviviews80sff/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moviviews80sff/support

Amusement Sparks
Horror Theme Park feat. Scream Scene

Amusement Sparks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2020 90:21


Ben and Sarah from the Scream Scene podcast join the show! Together, we imagine an immersive Horror Theme Park. This is an all ages show, but in this episode, we definitely reference movies that are not for all ages. Happy Halloween!   Check out the Scream Scene Patreon if you like their show!   Music featured in this Halloween episode: 0:00 Amusement Sparks Original Theme. Andrew Spohn. 9:43 Creepshow. Prologue/Main Title. John Harrison 26:23 Halloween. Laurie's Theme. John Carpenter 33:05 Psycho. Prelude. Bernard Herrmann. 41:56 A Nightmare on Elm Street. Main Title. Charles Bernstein. 46:45 Friday the 13th. Overlay of Evil/Main Title. Harry Manfredini. 50:08 It Follows. Detroit. Disasterpeace. 51:39 The Haunting of Hill House. Main Titles. The Newton Brothers. 1:02:28 and 1:05:06 Hellraiser. Resurrection. Christopher Young. 1:06:59 Color out of Space. The Gardners. Colin Stetson. 1:13:27 The Exorcist. Tubular Bells. Mike Oldfield. 1:27:49 Sinister. Main Theme. Christopher Young. 1:29:45 Amusement Sparks Original Theme. Andrew Spohn.

Film Music Fridays - Video
Ep. 43 – Harry Manfredini’s Friday the 13th

Film Music Fridays - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2020 5:35


In this special Halloween episode of Film Music Fridays, Justin breaks down Henry Manfredini’s chilling and fun score to the 1980 cult classic Friday the 13th, directed by Sean S. Cunningham. Harry Manfredini is an American …

The Literary License Podcast
Season 4: Episode 143 - NATURE VS MAN: The Children (1980) / The Children (2008)

The Literary License Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2020 78:14


The Children (1980)   The low budget horror film directed by Carlton J Albright, tells the tale of five children infected by a yellow cloud that turns them into bloodless zombies with black fingernails who microwave everything.  The film would be noted for its score written by Harry Manfredini who would score big with his Friday the 13th score.   The Children (2008) The 2008 British horror film directed by Tom Shankland, opened to positive reviews in the UK and US.  The film would tell the story over the Christmas season where the children come down with a mysterious illness that causes them to kill anyone who is an adult or over the age of 16.  The film is known for its violence against the virgin snow that falls against the innocence of children.   We are joined by special guest host:  Joe Randazzo, screenwriter and Troma Entertainment and John Brennan, Joe Bob Briggs:  The Last Drive-In and Troma Entertainment.  You can following John Brennan on the following links:  Twitter:  @badtechno Instagram:  Badtechno Don’t forget to watch Joe Bob Briggs:  The Last Drive-In:  Joe Bob's Halloween Hideaway, October 23, 9pmET/6pm PT, on https://www.shudder.com/  #thelastdrivein!   Opening Credits/Introduction (.55); Story Geek – What To Watch During COVID Crisis (7.52); Man Messes With Nature (12.01); The Children (1980) Trailer (13.45); Why God? (15.24); Nature Messes With Man (36.13); The Children (2008) (36.28); Mother Nature’s Revenge (37.58); Nature Lives To Fight Another Day (1:06.23); End Credits (1:16.41); Closing Theme (1:17.25)   Opening and Closing Credits– Planet Synth by Dan Hughes   Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.    

Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?!
SCARETOBER 2020: Friday the 13th (1980)

Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2020


CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER. CONTENT WARNING: Murder, misogyny, “purity” tropes, blood, violent death, mental illness, dissociation, knives and blades, snakes. The fact that we hadn’t seen the mother of all slasher movies weighed pretty heavy on us, so we finally decided it was time to fix that. And wow were we pleasantly surprised. As was most of the country - in a year where John Carpenter’s The Fog and Kubrick’s reimagining of The Shining were dominating theaters, this tiny film became one of the most profitable blockbusters of all time. That’s not to say it’s great cinema; the dialogue is just awful, the editing is bare bones, and it’s definitely limited by a tiny budget. But its story leaves a mark, especially in the final turn, so much so that critics were willing to take drastic measures to get people not to see this movie. Join us for the ultimate cash grab as we watch 1980’s Friday the 13th on Macintosh & Maud Haven’t Seen What?! You can email us with feedback at macintoshandmaud@gmail.com, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also please subscribe, rate and review the show on your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro and outro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive. Excerpttaken from “Overlay of Evil / Main Title” from the film Friday the 13th, composed by Harry Manfredini. Copyright 1980. Clips taken from the film Friday the 13th are © 1980 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.

Trylove
Episode 85: FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980) [feat. Nick Ransbottom]

Trylove

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 98:40


Featuring returning guest Nick Ransbottom (https://twitter.com/theeziokenway)! The inherent conservatism of the horror genre isn’t spared in FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980), the seminal slasher film that, at least in retrospect, earns its keep as a bit of a commercial riff on the genre. It might not be the most high-concept use of horror’s toolkit (i.e., external violence addressing intergenerational anxieties), but our guest argues there’s something to truly value under its blood-soaked mysteries, simplified plot, and mommy issues. Follow Nick on Twitter at https://twitter.com/theeziokenway and Letterboxd at https://letterboxd.com/eziokenway/! Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at trylovepodcast@gmail.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music: Main theme from FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980) by Harry Manfredini.

Around the World in 80s Movies
DeepStar Six (1989) | Sean S. Cunningham

Around the World in 80s Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2020 26:45


The plot of DeepStar Six involves a team of eleven scientists working for the US Navy is constructing a facility stationed six miles beneath the surface of the ocean for the launching of nuclear missiles. They discover they are building atop what appears to be a vast underground cavern. The Navy might scrap the project if they don't complete it before their six-month stint is up. Once they destroy the cavern, they discover that they aren't alone down there, as some strange and massive prehistoric arthropod creature begins to attack their undersea vehicles. Nancy Everhard, Greg Evigan, Miguel Ferrer, Taurean Blacque, Nia Peeples, and Matt McCoy star. Erratum: Apologies to Harry Manfredini for calling him "Henry" in this episode.

Horror Movie Talk
Friday the 13th (1980) Review & JJ Villard Interview

Horror Movie Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 108:35


We watched the original Friday the 13th on Shudder, and while it definitely represents the film version of pulp, it’s the original upon which so many slashers have been based. It delivers in a charming way and the twist is still impressive after all these years. It’s 40th birthday will be this Saturday, May 9th, 2020.  Intro - (0:10)Synopsis - (05:56)Trailer - (6:37)Review - (9:00)Score - (23:11)Spoilers - (34:52)Final Recommendations - (1:12:35)JJ Villard Interview - (1:15:55)It Came From Social Media - (1:33:00)Outro - (1:46:00) @dgoebel00 on Instagram provided this amazing artwork. Follow him and check out his website. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCO4v-pFBns Synopsis Friday the 13th is the story of a group of teen counselors who are setting up a summer camp at Camp Crystal Lake. It details the short story of the final days of these teen counselors. We also get a glimpse into small town americana, which is unbearably quaint. There isn’t a lot of story to this one, and that’s the point. Watch Friday the 13thWatch on AmazonClick here to Watch Review Friday the 13th was the first independent film of it’s time to secure distribution in the U.S. by a major studio (Paramount). Directed by Sean S. Cunningham (who went on to write and produce many sequels) and written by Victor Miller, Friday the 13th was the second of the big franchise slashers to hit the scene, following the success of 1978’s Halloween. This movie birthed so many tropes and trends that it’s almost comical. It is also a great place to see Kevin Bacon in one of his earliest and sexiest roles.  While it’s no crowning achievement in filmmaking, Friday the 13th does set the stage for 80’s horror very nicely with a parade of sexy but disposable characters, great practical effects by Tom Savini, and tense music by Harry Manfredini.  Friday the 13th is a classic that is only dwarfed, in my opinion, by the sequel, Friday the 13th Part 2. If you haven’t seen this movie, don’t expect to be blown away, instead expect to gain a better understanding of the foundation of the slasher genre. Score 7/10 Friday the 13th Spoilers I'm going to level with you, even though there is a hefty twist at the end of this movie that is made better with time, you've had 40 years. Get with it. First-person killing A huge portion of Friday the 13th is spent stalking the campers with the camera in first-person perspective. This places the audience square in the feet of the killer and while that's not a big deal today, it was in 1980. Sure, Halloween and Black Christmas had done this to a small extent, but it's like the calling card of this whole movie. To make the first-person perspective even more important, we are given clues throughout the film. We get to see the big work boots worn by the killer, and the rough leather gloves they are using. We automatically assume that these manly accouterments lead to a big burly man - you know, the myth of Jason! But that just makes you a big sexist pig! Who is the killer? The one who is stalking around the camp and killing young lovers and camp counselors is none other than - Mrs. Voorhees! That's right, she's been stalking the camp for the last 20 years, taking revenge on those who she blames for the death of her son, Jason. Critics were furious at this movie for a variety of reasons, mostly for being a n exploitation film that was sexist and distasteful. Apparently the irony of the killer being a woman was lost on them. Packaging horror in the neatest of boxes Friday the 13th accomplished such a beautifully simple packaging of the slasher genre into a neat little package that it's no wonder why it spawned so many copycats. It was so chalk full of sex, murder, and weird, cautionary morality lessons that it was bound to be duplicated. It threw caution to the wind and it's sails caught a big breeze that allowed it to crank out a new sequel every year...

Slashers
House (1985) Feat. Movie Dumpster Podcast

Slashers

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2020 85:44


“Ding dong, you're dead” Our friends, Movie Dumpster, Joe, Sean, and Connor, join us to review House! No, not the Nobuhiko Obayashi film of the same name from 1977. No, not the Hugh Laurie show. We are talking about House from 1985, that spawned a (kinda) four part franchise. First, there is House. It's gnarly, we talk about it. Then there is House II: The Second Story, which Jake will be reviewing with Movie Dumpster on their show later this week. Next is House III: The Horror Show, that deviates so significantly from the source material, it is often known simply as "The Horror Show." Lastly, but not leastly, there is House IV: Repossession, bringing the dwelling puns back in a big way. If you would like to have our shows continue this collaboration to finish off this series, please do not hesitate to let us know at slasherspod@gmail.com and moviedumpsterpodcast@gmail.com. Directed by Steve Miner (Friday the 13th Part II and III), the film centers around Roger Cobb. Cobb is played by William Kat (The Greatest American Hero). Cobb is estranged from his wife after the disappearance of their son, and seeks refuge in his childhood come after it is left to him by his aunt after her suicide. He is accompanied on this journey by Harold Gorton, played by George Wendt (Cheers). Miner is not the only Friday the 13th alumni involved in this film. House was produced by Sean S. Cunningham, without whom there is no Crystal Lake killer. Also, Harry Manfredini provides the musical score. The film was originally conceived as a horror anthology by Fred Dekker (The Monster Squad). Then, Ethan Wiley wrote the script. Wiley's influence was so prolothic on the film that he actually returned to direct the time-traveling sequel. This week's "Hidden Track" is Out of the Shadows by Fuming Mouth. They can be found at fumingmouth.com and fumingmouth.bandcamp.com. If you ever have feedback or recommendations on future episodes, please let us know at slasherspod@gmail.com. You can always find us on our social media: Instagram, Twitter, Slasher App: @slasherspod Facebook: /slasherspod Reddit: u/slasherspod https://www.youtube.com/c/slasherspodcast Theme song is I wanna Die by Mini Meltdowns. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ZAk6lUDsaJj8EAhrhzZnh ; https://minimeltdowns.bandcamp.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slasherspod/support

Ear For Fear
EPISODE 12: HOUSE (1985)

Ear For Fear

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2020 68:14


House. Tea or coffee? Sit by the fire. Join Donovan and Rick to a picturesque table-side chat where they discuss if this film has more than just a few monsters in the closet.

Cinematic Sound Radio - Soundtracks, Film, TV and Video Game Music
The Archive with Jason Drury: Episode Nineteen - Part 2

Cinematic Sound Radio - Soundtracks, Film, TV and Video Game Music

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2019 72:42


Welcome to Part 2 of episode 19 of THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO. Jason resumes the show with a suite from the 1989 underwater science-fiction horror film LEVIATHAN with music by Jerry Goldsmith. This is followed by selections from the similarity plotted DEEPSTAR SIX with an original score by Harry Manfredini. One of the latest vinyl releases for Varese Sarabande Records is David Newman’s score for the 1988 film, HEATHERS. You'll hear selections from that album. And the show finishes by paying tribute to the late actor Rutger Hauer by playing music from Basil Poledouris’ score for the period adventure romp, FLESH AND BLOOD. —— Cinematic Sound Radio Web: http://www.cinematicsound.net Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cinsoundradio Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cinematicsound Cinematic Sound Radio Fanfare and Theme by David Coscina https://soundcloud.com/user-970634922 Bumper voice artist: Tim Burden http://www.timburden.com

Haunters
Horror & Music

Haunters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2019 109:59


OUR BIGGEST EPISODE EVER!!!!! This week we are joined by The Freaks of Halloween Horror Nights to not only discuss HHN29, but we all interview John Massari composer, of Killer Klowns From Outer Space!!! That's not all, Zak went to Scares That Care and interviewed composer of Friday the 13th, Harry Manfredini!! Finally, Us was announced for HHN, we break it down. What an ep!!!   Time Codes: 00:00-24:36 Us House reaction, Scares That Care, Harry Manfredini Interview 25:23-1:03:44 Freaks of HHN discuss HHN29  1:04:19-1:50:09 John Massari Interview   Social Media: Twitter- @HauntersPOD Facebook- Haunters Podcast   Voicemail- (757) 603-3658   Feeds: iTunes-https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/haunters/id1451679958 Spotify-https://open.spotify.com/show/1P7w4219LuMZbo6iJ8v1a3 Stitcher-https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/haunters YouTube-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_6DFPZstHBTeFu4iNDMKQg?view_as=subscriber

Trashmouth Presents Podcast
Trashmouth Presents An Interview with Harry Manfredini

Trashmouth Presents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2019 49:08


This past weekend I got to interview the Legendary composer Harry Manfredini, known for his work on the Friday the 13th franchise as well as the House and Wishmaster series. Listen as we talk about some of his past films as well as a few upcoming projects, his work on the Friday the 13th video game, and some of his favorite composers.

Los Tres Amigos
Esto Me Suena - THEME FROM FRIDAY THE 13TH PART III (VIERNES 13, PARTE III)

Los Tres Amigos

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2019 5:14


Iván vuelve a esta sección con el tema principal de Viernes 13, parte III, compuesto por el genial Harry Manfredini. Actualmente, Manfredini es uno de los compositores más infravalorados y olvidados. Eso tenemos que evitarlo como sea ya que ha creado temas increíbles que no tienen nada que envidiar a los de otros autores de primera fila. ¡Disfrutad, melómanos! itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/es/podcast/los-tres-amigos/id1198252523?mt=2 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/52i1iqZ56ACal18GPkCxiW https://www.facebook.com/LosTresAmigosPodcast/ Twitter: @tresamigospod Instagram: lostresamigospodcast

Mimosas With Michael
Episode 30 - Friday the 13th

Mimosas With Michael

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2019 65:42


 On October 13, 2017 my previous podcast, When Straight Meets Gay, launched an hour long episode with a few of the creators of the original Friday the 13th: Victor Miller, the writer; Harry Manfredini, the composer; and Adrienne King as Alice. Even though the podcast is no longer available I kept the recording. I love this interview. We had the best time - it was great to interview them with co-host Richard Trejo. I hope you enjoy this interview as Mimosas With Michael presents the When Straight Meets Gay Podcast interview of Friday the 13th. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mimosaswithmichael/support

Strong Language & Violent Scenes Podcast

Episode 27 sees Andy and Mitch joined by Boz from The Little Pod of Horrors!  His chosen film? Jason X! Almost a decade after Jason went to Hell, we reconvene with the hockey mask-wearing killer as he is blasted off into space for some intergalactic stalk and slash fun in Jim Isaac's tenth instalment in the Friday the 13th franchise. With Kane Hodder once more in the suit, the film was met with less than enthusiastic reviews upon its release and is still, today, looked down upon by franchise fans and horror fans in general.  The synopsis is as follows:  The year is 2455. The Place is Old Earth. Once the shimmering blue jewel of the galaxy, Old Earth is now a contaminated planet abandoned for centuries. Yet humans have returned to the deadly place that they once fled. Not to live, but to research the ancient rusting artifacts of the bygone civilizations that caused this environmental disaster. And little does the most recent landing party of intrepid young explorers realize the fate that awaits them. Please note that this podcast contains strong language and Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Jason X theme by Harry Manfredini used with love and in accordance with fair usage guidelines.    Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 

Stinker Madness - The Bad Movie Podcast
Swamp Thing - Budget in the Bayou!

Stinker Madness - The Bad Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2018 86:03


Nothing says the follow-up to Superman like a budget movie, right? It's that weird mix of camp, bad costumes, a busty lady, and villians of dubious intent. Oh, and it's also a fairy-tale love story. WTF is Swamp Thing? It's surprisingly bad. Nothing can prepare you for how crummy this film is. You've got all the pieces that should make for an OK movie - the established Wes Craven only 2 years before his masterpiece. Adrienne Barbeau hot off her run of John Carpenter films, Ray Wise on his way to Leland nuttiness, Harry Manfredini ready to give the hot licks, Alan Moore's material, the backing of DC loaded up on cash after Superman. How did this go wrong?!?! The makeup is awful, the costumes are atrocious, the writing is beyond nonsense, the story is a big question mark and then the way the whole thing ends is just nuts. This truly is one of the worst comic-book movies of all time. That aside, it's a total blast - cheesy, cheesy fun. Swamp Thing is completely useless, despite having super-strength and healing powers. He mostly just chucks guys out of boats, then lets them get back in, then chucks them out, rinse and repeat. Meanwhile, Barbeau's Cable, is just getting nabbed over and over again. Useless. The end...wow. Whomever thought that your epic climax would best be shown by a battle over a knight's sword between a man-pig and a guy in a loose rubber costume was going to wow audience's....yipes. It's a must-do bad movie.

The Brooklyn Blast Furnace
Bonus Mini Episode - Harry Manfredini. Legendary Film Composer.

The Brooklyn Blast Furnace

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2018 9:40


Recorded Live from the "New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival" at the Showboat in Atlantic City, New Jersey. I caught up with the Legendary Harry Manfredini for a quick conversation. He composed music for dozens of films and television shows. He is widely known for the iconic soundtrack for the original "Friday the 13th" film. He worked on a total of nine "Friday the 13th" films, as well as "Wishmaster", "House" (1986 film), "Spring Break" and many more. He couldn't have been nicer. Hope you enjoy this.

Slasher Radio Podcast
BONUS EPISODE: Harry Manfredini: Friday The 13th Composer

Slasher Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2018 103:19


Happy Friday the 13th! "Ki, ki, ki..ma, ma, ma" Anytime we hear that sound it automatically induces fear and makes our heart race. Slasher Radio brings you the music mastermind behind this famous sequence and many of the "Friday the 13th" films, Harry Manfredini! Manfredini has scored numerous other chilling horror movies such as "House" and "Wishmaster", but his work spans over several genres and totals over 100 projects to date. His genuine personality and enthusiasm are as vibrant as his extraordinary pieces of music. Don't skip a beat. Tune in and digest the history of one of the greatest horror composers of all time! If you are in the Burbank California area you can meet Harry Manfredini at a signing event being held by Dark Delicacies for the CD release of Friday the 13th Part IV & Friday The 13th Part V (two CD set $20) & the vinyl release of Friday The 13th Part V ($36). This is being held at 7pm at: 3512 W. Magnolia Blvd Burbank, CA 91505 You can find out more information by visiting www.DarkDel.com or calling 818-556-6660 Take a drive with us next week as we hit the open road with "Joy Ride"! Rusty Nail won't stop until he finds Candy Cane. Buckle up, and don't forget the pink champagne. You can check out our articles AND listen to the show at SlasherRadio.com and contact the show via email Hosts@SlasherRadio.com or on Twitter: @SlasherRadio @Dismay00 @MikeMirando @BobbySpitzerr @MikeysDead --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/slasherradio/message Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/slasherradio See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dirty Little Horror
Friday The 13th (1980)

Dirty Little Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2018 46:12


In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Christopher (@chrisopotamia) discuss Friday The 13th (1980), Pippi Longstocking, Monica Gellar, Harry Manfredini, & the trials and tribulations of strip Monopoly.   Thanks for listening and TRY NOT TO DIE!!   Follow us to give us some feedback and listen to episodes once we figure this sh*t out.  Twitter: @DirtyHorrorPod Instagram: @dirtylittlehorrorpodcast Facebook: Dirty Little Horror Please leave a review if you have a moment.   Dirty Little Horror is an LGBT Horrror podcast where we try to find the gay subtext and make dick jokes!  

Slasher Radio Podcast
Episode 41: The Loved Ones (2017)

Slasher Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2018 62:04


This week on Slasher Radio, we opened our dark hearts for "The Loved Ones"! This little known 2009 Australian film had us glued to the screen and left us feeling battered. How far would you go to get the one you want? If you haven't already, watch the film and then listen along as we dissect the torturous scenes. Keep an eye out..you may never know who secretly wants you! Warning!! Friday the 13th is upon us. You know Slasher Radio has you covered for this demented day. We've scored the incredible Harry Manfredini for this special episode! Manfredini has composed music for over 100 films, including damn near all the Friday the 13th franchise including Friday the 13th the game. Do not miss this. It's going to be k-k--killer!! You can check out our articles AND listen to the show at SlasherRadio.com and contact the show via email Hosts@SlasherRadio.com or on Twitter: @SlasherRadio @Dismay00 @MikeMirando @BobbySpitzerr @MikeysDead --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/slasherradio/message Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/slasherradio See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Who Will Survive? Horror Podcast
WWS presents Friends til the End part 6: Christian Luciani

Who Will Survive? Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2018 93:59


Part 6: this time, I’m joined by Christian Luciani, co-host of Exploding Heads Horror Movie Podcast and TGI Friday the 13th. Christian is a one of first podcasters I really connected with, years ago, and had helped give me the push to start my own shows. He is really fun guy to talk with and has lots of good stories to tell. This episode was a lot of fun and hope you enjoy it.   Music:   Intro: Television/ So Far So Good by Rex Orange County   Segue: This is my Head Exploding by Disco Ensemble   Outro: Exploding/ Reloading by Scars on Broadway   BG music from Friday the 13th and Friday the 13th part 2 soundtrack by Harry Manfredini   Check out Exploding Heads:   https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/exploding-heads-horror-movie-podcast/id1067834191?mt=2   https://www.horrorphilia.com/category/exploding-heads-horror-podcast/   Check out TGI Friday the 13th:   https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t-g-i-f13-friday-the-13th-fan-podcast-horrorphilia/id1132470238?mt=2   Rate, subscribe, listen to us:   https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/who-will-survive/id1342446357?mt=2   Facebook and Instagram: @whowillsurvivehorrorpodcast   Who Will Survive Horror Podcast is a proud member of Legion Podcasts Network and The Raw Live & Unedited Podcasting Network and Geeks of the Industry.   The post WWS presents Friends til the End part 6: Christian Luciani appeared first on Legion.

Chunky Larry's Creature Features
Creature Features Episode 145: Harry Manfredini

Chunky Larry's Creature Features

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2017 69:00


Chunky Larry has a one on one discussion with celebrated composer Harry Manfredini

Film A Week Podcast
Presents...Friday the 13th Special: "Jason X"

Film A Week Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2017 51:34


SURPRISE! "Jason-fucking-Voorhees, that's what's going on!" Hosts Serg Beret and Matthew Reveles return in their Friendly Film Perspectives mode to take on Crystal Lake's favorite killer Jason Voorhees...IN SPACE! The two get together to review the 2001 sci-fi take on the dangerous slasher with horrific acting, uploads, sexy diversions and David Cronenberg?!?! Follow Film A Week Facebook/Tumblr @filmaweekpodcast Follow Serg Beret Instagram/Twitter/Snapchat @ sergberet Tumblr @ sergberettumbles Follow Matthew Reveles Tumblr @ ohheylookatthatthing-blog-blog Audio Edited by Serg Beret “Film A Week Podcast” is protected by Fair Use as it is a non-profit review show. Any copyrighted material is that of their respective owners and only used as promotion of their work. Music Credits “Hustle” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License "Theme from Friday the 13th" by Harry Manfredini © 1980 Paramount Pictures

Dead And Lovely Horror Movie Podcast
026 Friday The 13th (1980)

Dead And Lovely Horror Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2017 110:12


This week Ben Eller and Steven Spratling discuss classic camp slasher Friday the 13th. It's got drug use, nudity and sex. It's also a well-shot film with a great score by Harry Manfredini and awesome special effects by Tom Savini. Is grown-up Jason in this? What's up with all of the sexual tension? Why does the camp owner dress like he's in Dexys Midnight Runners? Music by Ben Eller

Vargtimmen
Troma

Vargtimmen

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2017 77:51


Vi närstuderar produktions- och distributionsbolaget Troma. Tomas låter sig provoceras av entouragets patenterade superskräpkultur, och Lars regredierar tillbaka till Turtles-åldern och uttalar The Toxic Avenger fel ungefär tvåhundra gånger. Vi pratar också om: Lloyd Kaufman, Michael Herz, Harrisburg, Tjernobyl, Captain Planet and the Planeteers, Carrie, Stefan och Krister, Deathrace 2000, Batman, Spindelmannen, Daredevil, Class of Nuke ‘Em High, Cannes Film Festival, Forrest Gump, You’ve Got Mail, Terror Firmer, Scream, Jaws, Dead of Night, Lemmy, Motörhead, Entombed, Southpark, Matt Stone, Trey Parker, Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead, Gummo, Redneck Zombies, Day of the Dead, Jason Vorhees, Fredagen den trettonde, Mother’s Day, Charlie Kaufman, Motorsågsmassakern, Deliverance, The Children, Harry Manfredini, Psycho, Richard Band, Re-animator, Combat Shock, Erik Nyström, Vacancy, Filmfenix, Buddy Giovinazzi, Ricky Giovinazzi, Eraserhead, Taxi Driver, Jacob’s Ladder, Pluton B i Vietnam, Plutonen, Full Metal Jacket, Apocalypse Now, Maniac, Mad Dog Morgan, Daniel Morgan, Dennis Hopper, Hearts of Darkness, Natural Born Killers, Easy Rider, Blue Velvet, Hearts of Darkness, Cannibal! The Musical, Alfred Packer.

Vargtimmen
Skolor

Vargtimmen

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2017 109:07


Vi återbesöker den arketypiska plats som hjälpte till att forma oss till de människor vi är i dag. Tomas berättar om hur illa det kan gå om man leker T2 i korridoren och Lars avslöjar vilken Europe-låt som skrämde honom som barn. Vi pratar också om: Vacancy, Repulsion, Upstairs Neighbor, From Beyond, Per Brahe Gymnasiet, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wes Craven, Scream, Inger Edelfeldt, Shirley Jackson, The Haunting of Hill House, Hvitfeldtska Gymnasiet, Death Bell, Bloody Reunion, Whispering Corridors, Wishing Stairs, Sleepaway Camp, M.R. James, A School Story, Ringu, The Changeling, Det, Dario Argento, Phenomena, Suspiria, Jennifer Connely, Donald Pleasance, Requiem for a Dream, Dark City, Goblin, Iron Maiden, Flash of the Blade, Motörhead, Lucio Fulci, Asia Argento, The Brood, Edgar Allan Poe, Murders in the Rue Morgue, The Devil’s Backbone, Guillermo del Toro, Pans labyrint, Ringu, The Others, Carrie, Stephen King, Sissy Spacek, Raw, Piper Laurie, Twin Peaks, Brian de Palma, Psycho, Slaughter High, April Fool’s Day, Carolyn Monroe, Fredagen den trettonde, Harry Manfredini, Carmine Iannaconne, Maniac, Simon Scuddamore, Allena, Kim W. Andersson, Most Likely to Die, David Wechter, Bruce Kimell, Miramax, Kevin Williamson, Jag vet vad du gjorde förra sommaren, The Faculty, Robert Patrick, Terminator 2, Elijah Wood, Josh Harnet, Salma Hayek, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Independence Day, Robert Heinlein, Starship Troopers, The Thing, Slither, Jamie Kennedy, Clea DuVall, Puppet Master, Men in Black, Steven Spielberg,  Stranger Things, John Ajvide Lindqvist, Vikarien, Pappersväggar, Pink Floyd, The Wall, Håkan Nesser, Toni Savela, Kärlek och Knaster, Max Lundgren, Djävulens kontrakt, Gallret, Gustaf Fröding, Svart Lucia, Sista timmen, Rumle Hammerisch, Jakob Groth, Carina Rydberg, Onda andar, Djävulsformeln, Den högsta kasten, Tova Magnusson, Björn Kjellman, Reine Brynolfsson, Twin Peaks, Frans Bak, nattvakten, Thomas Bo Larsen, Anders Fager, Furierna från Borås, Fragment VII, Samlade svenska kulter, Sven Eriksons Gymnasiet, Hvitfeldtska Gymnasiet, Annika Bannfield, Svart passion, Dimmornas folk, Twilight, Per Brahe Gymnasiet, Deadline, Daniel Garptoft och Halloween II. Nostalgi, löst tyckande och akademisk analys i en salig röra.

Kill By Kill
Friday the 13th The Final Chapter vol 4 (w/ Amy Pascale)

Kill By Kill

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2017 61:11


Thank Jason it’s the first Friday of 2017 and we’re celebrating a new year with an all-new Kill By Kill. This episode, we’re joined by author (Joss Whedon: A Biography) and podcast host (Ladies Love Paul Rudd) Amy Pascale to say goodbye to Ted, Doug & Sara. Along the way we discover the hidden connection between Harry Manfredini’s soundtrack and “choo choo” trains, pitch a swell sounding 16 month-calendar idea based around Patrick’s semi-nude body, solve the Bottom/Top Bunk Dilemma and dig into everyone’s favorite new appetizer, “strip ’n dip.” Plus - learn the definition of this week’s hashtag: #GetBunked and hear our picks for Choose Your Own Death-venture. It’s the most fun you’ll have discussing wanton carnage at length this week! Never fear - new episodes of Kill By Kill are made available every other Friday! Have something to say? Reach out on Twitter @killbykillpod or email us: killbykillpod@gmail.com Artwork by Josh Hollis: joshhollis.com

Cinematic Sound Radio - Soundtracks, Film, TV and Video Game Music

Welcome to CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO’s annual Halloween Special. This is one of my favourite shows to produce featuring only music from Halloween themed film, TV and video game scores. This week’s show is a special one as I will be reading for you excerpts from a brand new book called SCORED TO DEATH: CONVERSATIONS WITH SOME OF HORROR’S GREATEST COMPOSERS. In the book, author J. Blake Fichera interviews 14 masters in the horror music genre including director/composer John Carpenter; sound designer/composer Alan Howarth; Italian composers (and members of the band Goblin, known for their scores for Dario Argento films) Claudio Simonetti and Maurizio Guarini; Hollywood composers Christopher Young, Tom Hajdu (of the composing team tomandandy), Charles Bernstein, Jay Chattaway, and Nathan Barr; as well as such other horror notables as Fabio Frizzi, Simon Boswell, Joseph Bishara, and Harry Manfredini. On the program today we are going to hear the music from six of those composers including HOSTEL by Nathan Barr, CUJO by Charles Bernstein, THE CONJURING 2 by Joseph Bishara, MANIAC by Jay Chattaway, THE FOG by John Carpenter and SINISTER by Christopher Young. And please stay tuned right ’til the end of the program as I will be playing a special suite of Halloween music from Sideshow Sound Theatre’s brand new Halloween themed album THEY LANDED ON HALLOWEEN composed by William Dodson and Wendell Jones. Sideshow Sound Theatre https://sideshowsoundtheatre.com/ Scored to Death: Conversations with Some of Horror's Greatest Composers by J. Blake Fichera Purchase https://www.amazon.com/Scored-Death-Conversations-Greatest-Composers/dp/193524714X Cinematic Sound Radio http://www.cinematicsound.net WROCK Radio http://www.wrockradio.com Cinematic Sound Radio Fanfare and Theme by David Coscina https://soundcloud.com/user-970634922 Bumper voice artist: Tim Burden http://www.timburden.com Also available through Podtyrant http://www.podtyrant.com

Simplistic Reviews Podcasts
(Ep. 8): SR Podcast - May 2013

Simplistic Reviews Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2016 75:30


The Simplistic Reviews Podcast: May Edition  May.....June....who cares?  It's another Simplistic Reviews Podcast posting in June, but they're talking about things in May.  Yeah, that's just how these clowns roll. From Philip Seymour Hoffman's smack habit to the benefits of drinking whiskey during a podcast (thanks Matt), we got you covered.  Oh, and why HPV saved Michael Douglas' life. The guys also unleash their newest segment "Hey Fu*khead" where they unload on people and things that are ruining the world and the sad lives of DJ, Justin, and Matt. And for you TV-heads, our hosts take a look at the upcoming Fall TV schedule and break down what to see, what to watch with caution, and what to avoid like the plague. Also, if you get tired of our site reading reviews, head over to SlaughterFilm.com, click on the link on their page, and get re-directed back to our site.  Counter-productive? I think not, because Cory and Forest are doing the Devil's work over on SlaughterFilm. *Correction to podcast:  Alan Silvestri did not score the Friday the 13th films, it was actually Harry Manfredini. Show Notes: Hoffman's Habit The Rains of Castamere Best of Fall TV 2013 Deep Throating for HPV FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY. Check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest

Vargtimmen
Fredagen den 13:e

Vargtimmen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2016 89:06


Vi firar sommarlovet genom att lista tretton saker vi tycker är värda att prata om i fråga om världens bästa slasherserie. Både Tomas och Lars glömmer bort att kommentera Kevin Bacons ypperliga birollsinsats i originalet från 1980, men förutom samtliga tolv delar av Fredagen den 13:e pratar vi också om: Victor Miller, Sean S. Cunningham, Halloween, Carol Clover, Men Women and Chainsaws, Laura Mulvey, Harry Manfredini, Hajen, Scream, Wes Craven, The Shining, A Nightmare on Elmstreet, Alice Cooper, Titta Dom Snackar, Daniel Garptoft, Hannibal Lecter, Jokern, Batman, Kane Hodder, Betsy Palmer, Crispin Glover, Corey Feldman, Adrienne King, Amy Steele, Tom Fridley, Lion, Ac/Dc, Psycho, Paramount, James Bond, Tom Savini, The Burning, MPAA, Terminator 2, Mortal Kombat, Freddy Krueger, Crystal Lake Memories, Prowler, It Follows och den lokala jönköpingslegenden Svarta Damen. Nostalgi, löst tyckande och akademisk analys i en salig röra.

Return to Camp Blood: A Friday the 13th Fan Podcast
Mr. Manfredini’s Opus – Interview with Harry Manfredini – CBP049

Return to Camp Blood: A Friday the 13th Fan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2016 66:24


It all began with two words being strung together. When composer Harry Manfredini made that connection nearly forty years ago, the soundtrack to our nightmares was born. The Friday legend spoke with our counselors last week to share a peek behind the curtain to gameplay for the highly anticipated Friday the 13th: The Game and

Trick or Treat Radio
TorTR #141 - Sexually Transmitted Tentacles

Trick or Treat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2015 206:50


It's creature double feature time at Trick Or Treat Radio and we are not facing it alone! Along for the ride this week is our good buddy Joe DiCanio of the Film for Thought Podcast! We conjure up some interesting discussions this week as we discuss the latest film from Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, Spring! Trailing not too far behind is our review of the indie horror smash hit from David Robert Mitchell, starring Maika Monroe, It Follows! We also hear from Sing Sang Soon (it’s about time), Josh from The Arkham Film Society and from a famous comic book character who stars in his own Netflix series! So grab your passport, a pack of condoms and strap on! Topics discussed: Dynamo’s feet, Film for Thought, Footloose, Saturday Night Fever, last week’s fight, Interstellar, Super Mega Fest, Dynamos birthday, It Follows, Spring, movie posters, the right confluence of events, movie marketing, The Matrix, The Poltergeist trailer, the average film fan, Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson, The Myth of the American Sleepover, The Raid and Drive, House of the Devil, Insidious, having sex in a horror movie, Friday the 13th, Ti West, Harry Manfredini, set design, The Innkeepers, Only Lovers Left Alive, Furious 7, Daredevil, VHS: Viral, Resolution, The Sacrament, Disasterpeace, Tom from Film for Thought, game changing films, Halloween, The Thing, John Carpenter, and the X-Factor.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)

Deadpit Radio
with Heather Donahue from BWP

Deadpit Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2012


Harry Manfredini returns to DEADPIT! Yet another DEADPIT episode you thought you'd never hear as the original thrillbillies welcome Heather Donahue of 'The Blair Witch Project' as she talks about her days in Burkittsville and beyond plus the release of her new book 'Grow Girl'. Plus a major announcement made about the guest on the next episode of DEADPIT and another announcement regarding the DEADPIT show in general. Plus CK and UB go through the week's horror news, read your fanmail questions AND an entire retrospective on Paradise Lost documentaries with a full review on Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory. All of this and more on a jam-packed, unforgettable edition of DEADPIT Radio!!!

Shock World Service
033: Padded Celluloid (Padded Cell)

Shock World Service

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2010 60:24


Shock World Service 033 Padded Celluloid by Neil Higgins (Padded Cell) 1. John Carpenter - Romero and the President (Escape from New York) 2. Ennio Morricone - Sterilization (The Thing) 3. Riz Ortolani - Massacre of the Troupe (Cannibal Holocaust) 4. John Carpenter - The Windows (Assault on Precinct 13) 5. Tangerine Dream - Impressions of Sorceror (Sorceror) 6. Goblin - Suspiria (Suspiria) 7. Popol Vuh - Zwiesprache Der Rohrflöte (Nosferatu the Vampyre) 8. Libra - Shock (Shock) 9. Herbie Hancock - Death Wish Re-edit 1' (Death Wish) 10. Fabio Frizzi - Violenza (La Pelle) 11. Stelvio Cipriani - Hot Chase (L'Ispettore Anticrimine) 12. John Carpenter - Chase Across the 69th Street Bridge (Escape from New York) 13. Goblin ‘Death Dies- (Profondo Rosso) 14. Harry Manfredini & Michael Zager - Theme from Friday the 13th pt 3 15. Lalo Schifrin - Jaws 16. Ennio Morricone - Un Uomo da Rispettare Titoli

Dread Media
Dread Media - Episode 77

Dread Media

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2009 129:15


In this mega-sized Friday the 13th extravaganza, Desmond Reddick is joined by Darryll for a Roadkill Review of Friday the 13th (2009) before Desmond reviews the brand new documentary His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th. Desmond and DW both share their top five kills from the series, while DW shares his thoughts on the remake and a review of Friday the 13th for the NES in the latest Brainscan. Desmond comes back to celebrate F#%ked-Up February with the Nine Inch Nails longform music video, "Broken." There's fun and feedback to be had. Friday Terror Tunes aplenty: "Friday" by Life of Agony, "He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)" by Alice Cooper, "Jason Never Dies" by First Jason, "RV Massacre" by Harry Manfredini, "Gave Up" by Nine Inch Nails, "The New Blood" by Fred Mollin and "Jason's Theme" by Harry Manfredini. Support our sponsors at www.horror-mall.com and www.fright-rags.com, and be sure to use your DREAD10 coupon code at Fright Rags to get 10% off your purchase. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213.

Earth-2.net Presents...
Dread Media - Episode 77

Earth-2.net Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2009 129:15


In this mega-sized Friday the 13th extravaganza, Desmond Reddick is joined by Darryll for a Roadkill Review of Friday the 13th (2009) before Desmond reviews the brand new documentary His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th. Desmond and DW both share their top five kills from the series, while DW shares his thoughts on the remake and a review of Friday the 13th for the NES in the latest Brainscan. Desmond comes back to celebrate F#%ked-Up February with the Nine Inch Nails longform music video, "Broken." There's fun and feedback to be had. Friday Terror Tunes aplenty: "Friday" by Life of Agony, "He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)" by Alice Cooper, "Jason Never Dies" by First Jason, "RV Massacre" by Harry Manfredini, "Gave Up" by Nine Inch Nails, "The New Blood" by Fred Mollin and "Jason's Theme" by Harry Manfredini. Support our sponsors at www.horror-mall.com and www.fright-rags.com, and be sure to use your DREAD10 coupon code at Fright Rags to get 10% off your purchase. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213.

Dread Media
Dread Media - Episode 77

Dread Media

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2009 129:15


In this mega-sized Friday the 13th extravaganza, Desmond Reddick is joined by Darryll for a Roadkill Review of Friday the 13th (2009) before Desmond reviews the brand new documentary His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th. Desmond and DW both share their top five kills from the series, while DW shares his thoughts on the remake and a review of Friday the 13th for the NES in the latest Brainscan. Desmond comes back to celebrate F#%ked-Up February with the Nine Inch Nails longform music video, "Broken." There's fun and feedback to be had. Friday Terror Tunes aplenty: "Friday" by Life of Agony, "He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)" by Alice Cooper, "Jason Never Dies" by First Jason, "RV Massacre" by Harry Manfredini, "Gave Up" by Nine Inch Nails, "The New Blood" by Fred Mollin and "Jason's Theme" by Harry Manfredini. Support our sponsors at www.horror-mall.com and www.fright-rags.com, and be sure to use your DREAD10 coupon code at Fright Rags to get 10% off your purchase. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213.

Earth-2.net Presents...
Dread Media - Episode 77

Earth-2.net Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2009 129:15


In this mega-sized Friday the 13th extravaganza, Desmond Reddick is joined by Darryll for a Roadkill Review of Friday the 13th (2009) before Desmond reviews the brand new documentary His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th. Desmond and DW both share their top five kills from the series, while DW shares his thoughts on the remake and a review of Friday the 13th for the NES in the latest Brainscan. Desmond comes back to celebrate F#%ked-Up February with the Nine Inch Nails longform music video, "Broken." There's fun and feedback to be had. Friday Terror Tunes aplenty: "Friday" by Life of Agony, "He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)" by Alice Cooper, "Jason Never Dies" by First Jason, "RV Massacre" by Harry Manfredini, "Gave Up" by Nine Inch Nails, "The New Blood" by Fred Mollin and "Jason's Theme" by Harry Manfredini. Support our sponsors at www.horror-mall.com and www.fright-rags.com, and be sure to use your DREAD10 coupon code at Fright Rags to get 10% off your purchase. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213.

SOFA DOGS Podcast
#137 - Couch Surfing Ep. 24: Damn Good Coffee

SOFA DOGS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2009 109:22


Eric Diaz, from Geekscape returns to the show to discuss his favorite television program, Twin Peaks. Also, we review The Strangers on DVD.00:02:22 - John had a Twin Peaks marathon a few months back. The discussion can finally begin.00:08:37 - Eric feels that David Lynch has lost his mojo.00:13:53 - Angelo Badalamenti is discussed, as well as Lynch's dreamspace aesthetic. John manages to bring up Buffy the Vampire Slayer, naturally.00:17:23 - Femme Fatales in David Lynch's work is mentioned. Sherilynn Fenn is so beautiful, even gay men find her hot. Well, one, at least.00:24:44 - Eric recalls the impact Twin Peaks had on him and the nature of television.00:39:00 - Ray Wise gets some love for his fine acting.00:43:40 - Eric recommends the prequel film, Fire Walk With Me.00:48:36 - John and Eric both found The Strangers to be a pleasant surprise. What qualifies as "Torture Porn"?01:03:55 - Horror sequels are discussed, as well as the three big, Slasher franchises. This just in, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 is the "gayest" horror movie ever made.01:10:34 - Rob Zombie gets put in movie jail, for his hypocritical treatment of the Halloween remake.01:14:29 - Eric and John lament the slow process of their favorite titles making it to Blu-ray. Tony Scott's first film, The Hunger is also talked about.01:26:28 - Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Series needs to be converted to a high definition release, kinda now. Eric brings up Star Trek.01:30:11 - After a short intermission, the podcast jumps ahead in editing,  to a discussion about the polarizing passion of geek culture and fanaticism. Devon Faraci wishes fatal illness on Alex Billington.01:38:14 - Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to The Darkside. The Darkside leads to stomach ulcers. Ask your doctor. It's true.01:43:33 - John is compiling a list of potential guests he's contacted for the show (David Chen, Neha Tiwari, Elisabeth Rappe, Brian Gilmore, Alex Albrecht, Heather Stewart, Tim Minear). The list is growing and will soon break loose into the city. Hide your babies and small pets! :)The following artists can be heard in this episode:      Crushing Velvet, Moby, Julee Cruise, Angelo Badalamenti, Mark Snow, Joanna Newsom, Mark Isham, Harry Manfredini, John Carpenter, Bauhaus, LaTour, Relient K, The Crystal Method, Nathan Fillion, Paul Oakenfold & Nelly Furtado and Denis Leary.