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Best podcasts about Masters of Horror

Latest podcast episodes about Masters of Horror

Precinct 13: The Movies and Music of John Carpenter
Masters of Horror: Cigarette Burns (2005) f/ Josh Mosley

Precinct 13: The Movies and Music of John Carpenter

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 109:44


We're back, and we've got a real barnburner (cigarette burner?) for you this time! Chris, Nick, and returning guest co-host Josh Mosley have A LOT to unpack about John Carpenter's first of two episodes of the sadly defunct Showtime anthology series Masters of Horror. With its In the Mouth of Madness-style plot, its graphic bloodletting, and its unique ideas on the medium of film, Cigarette Burns certainly stands out in the Carpenter filmography -- this is definitely not a case of late-career check-cashing. But, there's often a big difference between "interesting" and "good," and while one of your hosts thinks Cigarette Burns is a masterpiece, there's definitely a strong case that can be (and, over the course of this epic-length episode, is) made that this might not be among the director's strongest work. Hate it or love it, though, this hour-long film  leaves us with all kinds of things to talk about, and we appreciate Josh being in for the long haul!

Radio Horror
Dario Argento

Radio Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 77:23


INTRODUCCIONEs un director, productor y guionista italiano de cine, nacio un 7 de septiembre de 1940 en Roma Italia.Es considerado uno de los directores mas famosos del cine de terror y slashers.Su estilo como director fue influenciado por Mario Bava, Sergio Leone, Federico Fellini y Alfred Hitchcock.Aunque se cita a Mario Bava como el creador del cine Giallo, Argento fue quien popularizo el genero y lo expandió fuera de Italia.Giallo se refiere específicamente a un determinado género de suspense y terror italiano que tiene elementos de misterio o detectives.BIOGRAFIAHijo del productor de cine Salvatore Argento y de la fotógrafa y modelo Elda Luxardo.Desde muy temprana edad, Dario estuvo familiarizado con el arte y el cine esto porque su padre era productor de cine. De niño le encantaba ver películas y le decía a su papá que quería ser director de cine. Su papá le decía, entonces tienes que ver muchas películas. Llegaba a algunas 10 a 20 veces y dice que en su niñez llegó a ver alrededor de 1000 películas de tan apasioado al cine que era. A diferencia del resto de los niños, le gustaba estar solo y leer mucho. Menciona que la obra de Shakespeare y de Edgar Alan Poe a quien se refiere como una gran influencia en el horror.“Cuando voy al cine, vivo en una dimension de sueños” - Dario Argento.Después de salir de la escuela, se iba al estudio de su Madre, la cual fotografiaba modelos constantemente. Estaba acostumbrado a ver a las modelos trabajar así como las fotos. En particular, Argento menciona como le impactaban las caras de las mujeres y dice que el cree que por eso se siente muy cómodo filmandoles el rostro, sabe que ángulo, que partes mostrar, en parte por esta experiencia.Empezo su carrera como critico de cine, no entro a la universidad eligiendo escribir para el diario Paese Sera.Mientras trabajaba, comenzó a escribir guiones, uno de sus trabajos mas notables fue la colaboración con Bernardo Bertulocci escribiendo la historia (Last Tango In Paris) para la película Once Upon A Time In The West del director Sergio Leone. Sergio Leone le llamó y basado en recomendación fue que le invitó. Debido a esta contribución, fue que se dio a conocer con la gran distribuidora Titanus y reconocido por Gofredo Lombardo. Él le pedió a Argento que trabajara en el guión para la que sería su primer película como director. Argento decía que sus películas venían en parte de sus pesadillas y que eso es lo que hace a un director interesante. Sus películas era como ir la mundo de los sueños... de la más terrible pesadilla.¿POR QUÉ ERAN EXITOSAS LAS PELÍCULAS?Las películas que eran muy controversiales polarizaban a la audiencia, o la amaban o la odiaban. Son percibidas como excesivamente visuales y giros de tuerca de género poco convencionales que iban en contra de lo que en esa época era considerado como normal.. Son notables por el elaborado uso de la cámara, la iluminación y la música Buscaba que los actores fueran solo una parte adicional de la obra y no el centro Además de la aparición de violencia sexual Llevar al límite la violencia Realizaba tomas largas y alocadas, secuencias por diferentes zonas que requerían grúas, dollys con libre movimiento de la camara en dos ejes. PRIMER FILM Y EXITOEn 1970 realiza su primer largometraje, The Bird With The Crystal Plumage, con ayuda de su padre como productor y fue todo un exito. Esta cinta  iniciaría la trilogía de Animales. Su primer película fue de cine Giallo Se le reconoce el que pueda manipular las expectativas de la audiencia y además expande las características de quién puede ser una persona psicópata. The Cat With Nine Tails en 1971 y 4 Flies On A Grey Velvet en 1972. Críticos americanos decían que en estas películas se desviaba mucho de la lógica y se iba mucho a la fantasía, esto porque era de detectives también y no eran buenos deduciendo. Repitió el patrón de The Bird with the Crystal Pumage. En la de 4 flies, se va hacia un héroe/detective que no puede usar el juicio crítico y moral por conflictos de intereses sino que también tiene un fin trágico. Se le acusó de aún más fantasioso porque como detective les faltaba el punch. Estas dos películas recibieron críticas mixtas, por un lado eran hechas muy "rápido" y por otro, mezclaban el arte con el cine. Esto viene de la necesidad de apuntarle a una audienci amuy amplia, por un lado tenía que gustarle a la gente sofisticada y también a aquellos que vivían en zonas rurales, esto porque estaba en la época de post guerra. Entonces tanto gente que le interesaban temas psicothrillers iban a obtener su parte del pastel, así como aquellos otros que querían algo más viceral, gore, sin tener que pensar mucho. Este tipo de películas también son conocidas ocmo electrocardiogramas, porque ofrece diferentes emociones a diferentes audiencias. Como critico de cine, sabia que como director, tendria que enfocarse en imágenes, es por eso que sus películas se centran en secuencias donde la iluminación, los colores y el movimiento de la cámara, utilizando técnicas innovadoras y la violencia serian su sello distintivo.En 1975 rueda Profundo Rosso, cinta de terror que le da el status de cineasta violento, por sus escenas demasiado gráficas y llenas de sangre.Durante la grabación de esta película, conoce a la actriz Daria Nicolodi, con la que iniciaría una relación y seria parte fundamental en el éxito de Dario Argento. en esta película se vuelve mas teatral, con tomas muy largas introduce puntos de vista ambiguos contrastes muy fuertes en lo visual y el sonido LA RELACION CON DARIA NICOLODIDe su relación, nació Asia Argento, quien al igual que su madre, trabajaría en muchas películas de Dario Argento.Daria Nicolodi ayudo mucho a Dario desarrollarse mas como director y sin ella no hubiera existido Suspiria.Hay cierto simbolismo en su relación, en sus películas por lo general era asesinada de las maneras más horribles.Su hija Asia, cree que su abuela fue muy dura con él durante su niñez y que cierta violencia mostrada en sus películas hacia las mujeres es un exorcismo para su padre derivado de esta relación.También dice que es muy bizarro que su padre haya asesinado a su madre muchas veces en sus películas y que a ella la haya violado en una de sus películas.CINE SOBRENATURALEn 1977 estrena Suspira, cinta que se convertiría en un éxito internacional, una obra maestra del cine de horror, abriendo la trilogía de las 3 Madres."Suspiria es una de las mejores películas de horror de todos los tiempos, es terrorífica, es como estar atrapado en una pesadilla" - John Carpenter.Tres antiguas brujas que vivían en tres ciudades modernas diferentes: Rome, NY y Freiburg, Germany. Mater Suspiriorum, Mater Tenebrarum y Mater Lachrymarum.Muchos citan a Suspiria como el mejor trabajo de Dario Argento.Otro elemento fundamental para el éxito de las películas de Argento fue la música compuesta por el grupo italiano Goblin, liderados por Claudio Simonetti.DAWN OF THE DEADEn 1978 participó en la película Dawn Of The Dead de George A. Romero.Romero y el productor Richard Rubinstein no encontraban financiación para el proyecto, de forma casual Dario Argento decidió ayudarlos, comprometiéndose a financiar la película a cambio de los derechos de distribución en Europa.La cinta fue nombrada como Zombie y le hizo unos ligeros cambios, editándo las escenas mas violentas para que no fuera baneada en Europa, reduciendo el tiempo de duración original y agregando música de Goblin.En 1979 continua con Inferno y en 1983 Tenebre. El se encargó de trabajar en el score de Inferno buscando mostrar los sonidos más terribles. En el caso de Ténebre, dice que a comparación de las películas anteriores, es muy iluminada, porque representa al alma, en lo más profundo de nuestro ser, donde tenemos el alma como algo claro también existe lo terrible y lo más oscuro del ser humano, lo feroz y sanguinario. Pensó en hacer una fiesta extraña colorida. Despues de 2 años de inactividad en 1985 regresa con la cinta Phenomena, película de horror sobrenatural, es descrita como un siniestro cuento de hadas. Incluyó 450 efectos especiales. Dice que se siente feliz por la cinta pero al mismo tiempo sentía mucha tristeza cuando empezó a hacerlo porque no creía que iba a poder lograrla. Tenían miles de luces de muchos tamaños, de Japón, usa, grúa para tomas aereas sobre el bosque que daban la atmósfera de cabaña desolada. Usaron insectos reales con la ayuda de entomólogos que sabían cómo manipularlos: los dormían, les removían el aguijón a las abejas sin dañarles los órganos internos - hay que recordar que las abejas al picar cuando dejal el aguijón exponen sus organos internos y mueren - le ponían un hilo de nylon para poder controlarlo en la escena. La idea le vino un año antes, en la radio escuchó que en USA hubo un homicidio que la policía descubrió gracias a la ayuda de insectos, las moscas, que delataron el cuerpo. Esto creo una admiración por los insectos y eventualmente se creó Phenomena. 6 millones de moscas fueron utilizadas en la filmación de la película. Argento había tomado unas vacaciones en Suiza, y quedo sorprendido por los paisajes alpinos. Al mismo tiempo leyó un articulo sobre el estudio de como los insectos eran usados a la hora de determinar las circunstancias de un crimen.Con actores como Donald Pleascence recomendado por John Carpenter quien era admirador del trabajo de Argento y Jennifer Connelly recomendada por Sergio Leone.Trabajo tambien como escritor y productor para varias otras películas como Demons y The Church.ETAPA POST OPERAEn 1987 estrena la película Opera que fue mal recibida por los seguidores y críticos, ademas que en ese momento el padre de Dario Argento fallece.También los problemas durante el rodaje, los constantes problemas con su pareja Daria Nicolodi, hicieron de Opera la peor experiencia de Argento.Esta película para muchos, es considerada el declive del genero de horror Italiano.En 1990 colabora de nuevo con Romero para la adaptación de 2 cuentos de Edgar Allan Poe, Two Evil Eyes.En 1993 realiza Trauma, donde la protagonista es su hija Asia Argento.Pero los críticos ya no lo veían de buena manera y poco a poco empezó a realizar menos películas.Participa en la serie Masters Of Horror con 2 capitulo: Jennifer (2005) y Pieles (2006)En 2007 pudo concluir la trilogía de las 3 madres, estrenando Mother Of Tears.A lo largo de los años, ha declarado que le da mas interes a la apariencia de la película que a la actuación, esto es porque cree que algunos actores son egoístas, son una parte de la película y que se olvidan dee esa interacción con la ambientación, iluminación etc. y que le cuesta superarlo.El éxito de sus películas al igual que la de John Carpenter, es que tiene el control total de la producción.No tiene la presión de los ejecutivos para que le esten cambiando su idea original si algo no les gusta.Dario Argento hoy en dia es un director reconocido y famoso porque nadie hace lo que el hizo, su genero ya casi desaparece.En una entrevista para el documental World of horror Argento dice que sabe perfectamente la razón por la cual hace cine. Los artistas todos tienen un motivo, fama, dinero, poder... pero él, su único motivo es ser amado. Hace cine para ser amado.El homicidio es sus películas dice que es importante y bello muy bellos, escandaloso, ver la sangre la representa como una fiesta de cosas, de cómo será el punto de vista, la cámara, la sangre y su creatividad explota.Créditos:Radio Horror es producido por Caro Arriaga y Rael Aguilar.Edición por Matías Beltrando desde Destek Soporte.Música Closing Theme Hounds of Love por Dan Luscombe (Intro)Insiders por Joe Crotty (Intro)Patchwork por Patchworker f.k.a. [friendzoned] (Spoilers)Nightlong por FSM Team (Outro)★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Inside Psycho
From INSIDE comes POST MORTEM

Inside Psycho

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 3:58


If you’re a fan of INSIDE, you’ll like POST MORTEM - and it’s executive produced by Mark Ramsey, the creator and narrator of INSIDE. Host and Filmmaker / Author Mick Garris, best known for his Stephen King adaptations and creating the "Masters Of Horror" television series, dives deep into the devious minds of the greatest filmmakers and creators of your worst nightmares to bring their distinctive visions to life in fascinating one-on-one conversations. It’s the only place you’ll hear in-depth interviews with filmmaking legends like King, John Carpenter, Neil Gaiman, Clive Barker, Frank Darabont, Wes Craven and many more.Listen and subscribe here: plnk.to/postmortem

Inside Star Wars
From INSIDE comes POST MORTEM

Inside Star Wars

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 3:58


If you’re a fan of INSIDE, you’ll like POST MORTEM - and it’s executive produced by Mark Ramsey, the creator and narrator of INSIDE. Host and Filmmaker / Author Mick Garris, best known for his Stephen King adaptations and creating the "Masters Of Horror" television series, dives deep into the devious minds of the greatest filmmakers and creators of your worst nightmares to bring their distinctive visions to life in fascinating one-on-one conversations. It’s the only place you’ll hear in-depth interviews with filmmaking legends like King, John Carpenter, Neil Gaiman, Clive Barker, Frank Darabont, Wes Craven and many more.Listen and subscribe here: plnk.to/postmortem

Inside Jaws
From INSIDE comes POST MORTEM

Inside Jaws

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 3:58


If you’re a fan of INSIDE, you’ll like POST MORTEM - and it’s executive produced by Mark Ramsey, the creator and narrator of INSIDE. Host and Filmmaker / Author Mick Garris, best known for his Stephen King adaptations and creating the "Masters Of Horror" television series, dives deep into the devious minds of the greatest filmmakers and creators of your worst nightmares to bring their distinctive visions to life in fascinating one-on-one conversations. It’s the only place you’ll hear in-depth interviews with filmmaking legends like King, John Carpenter, Neil Gaiman, Clive Barker, Frank Darabont, Wes Craven and many more. Listen and subscribe here: plnk.to/postmortem

Inside The Exorcist
From INSIDE comes POST MORTEM

Inside The Exorcist

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 3:58


If you’re a fan of INSIDE, you’ll like POST MORTEM - and it’s executive produced by Mark Ramsey, the creator and narrator of INSIDE. Host and Filmmaker / Author Mick Garris, best known for his Stephen King adaptations and creating the "Masters Of Horror" television series, dives deep into the devious minds of the greatest filmmakers and creators of your worst nightmares to bring their distinctive visions to life in fascinating one-on-one conversations. It’s the only place you’ll hear in-depth interviews with filmmaking legends like King, John Carpenter, Neil Gaiman, Clive Barker, Frank Darabont, Wes Craven and many more.Listen and subscribe here: plnk.to/postmortem

Podcasts – The Super Network
Podcasters Of Horror Episode 10 – Pelts and The Screwfly Solution

Podcasts – The Super Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2021


Podcasters Of Horror Episode 10 – Pelts and The Screwfly Solution Download HERE   Welcome to our Mini Podcast series from The Super Podcast with Podcasters Of Horror! This mini-series will cover short reviews and discussion for every episode of Mick Garris’ horror anthology series Masters Of Horror! Once we finish with Masters Of Horror, … Continue reading →

Let Me Watch Your Movie With You
Critters 2 with Mick Garris

Let Me Watch Your Movie With You

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2020 88:01


On the premiere episode of Let Me Watch Your Movie With You, Jonah sits down with writer/director Mick Garris to watch his sci-fi horror comedy Critters 2: The Main Course!They chart Mick's evolution from a teenage journalist interviewing Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin to a director working with Steven Spielberg and Stephen King. Along the way, they talk teamwork, explosive malfunctions, making movie magic on a budget, handling disappointment, and advice for aspiring filmmakers.LinksFind out where you can watch Critters 2Listen to Post Mortem with Mick GarrisStream Symphony for A Million Mice, Mick's prog rock album 50 years in the makingFollow Mick on Twitter and InstagramThank you to Allie Goertz for our theme song and Perry Shall for our artwork.

Post Mortem with Mick Garris
96: Masters of Horror 15th Anniversary

Post Mortem with Mick Garris

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2020 93:37


For nearly two decades, Mick Garris has gathered some of the genre's best and brightest for exclusive Masters of Horror dinners. Now, with help from Nightstream and the Overlook Film Festival, Post Mortem is inviting YOU to listen in on the first ever digital Masters Dinner to commemorate the 15th Anniversary of the MASTERS OF HORROR television series with legends like John Carpenter, Joe Dante, John Landis and MANY MORE toasting Mick Garris as he receives The Overlook Film Festival's Masters of Horror Lifetime Achievement Award! Hosted by Nightstream moderator Landon Zackheim. NICE GUY PRODUCTIONS 2020

Desde Abajo Podcast: Cine de Terror, Sci-fi y más.
D.A. 263- El Regreso que Nadie Pidió!

Desde Abajo Podcast: Cine de Terror, Sci-fi y más.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2020 165:05


Y henos aqui en nuestro formato habitual, despues de la reciente entrega de el Reto Kosnar V. Y para retomar la temporada, reseñamos "Books Of Blood","Scare Me", "The Deeper You Dig" y de paso hablamos de un episodio de la bonita serie "Masters Of Horror" llamado "HomeComing", ya que este relato me pareció relevante mencionarlo y hacer una comparativa con los tiempos politico tan extraños que estamos viviendo de este lado del cerco. Lleguenle sin miedo! Este programa esta siendo trasmitido en vivo por youtube en youtube.com/desdeabajopodcast, por si nos quieren acompañar! 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

DANV2014
D.A. 263- El Regreso que Nadie Pidió!

DANV2014

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2020 165:05


Y henos aqui en nuestro formato habitual, despues de la reciente entrega de el Reto Kosnar V. Y para retomar la temporada, reseñamos "Books Of Blood","Scare Me", "The Deeper You Dig" y de paso hablamos de un episodio de la bonita serie "Masters Of Horror" llamado "HomeComing", ya que este relato me pareció relevante mencionarlo y hacer una comparativa con los tiempos politico tan extraños que estamos viviendo de este lado del cerco. Lleguenle sin miedo! Este programa esta siendo trasmitido en vivo por youtube en youtube.com/desdeabajopodcast, por si nos quieren acompañar! 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

Electric Sheep podcast – Panel Borders and other podcasts

Eclectic Horrors: In a belated Halloween special, Alex Fitch talks to three creators of very different horror themed comics. In a pair of interviews recorded at Copenhagen Comics Festival 2019, legendary creator Toshio Maeda explores his grotesque erotic manga Urotsokidoji: Legend of the Overfiend, and John Kenn Mortensen discusses his Edward Gorey inspired sketches of […]

JED Talks
JED TALKS // to MICK GARRIS (HOCUS POCUS, THE STAND, BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED)

JED Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2020 49:04


It was an absolute pleasure to talk to Mick Garris today, especially as his film HOCUS POCUS is the number 1 film in the US Box office right now! As you will hear, almost every story blew me away as Mick has a knack of being in the right place at the right time and knocking everything he has faced, out of the park. We about THE GOONIES, BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED, AMAZING STORIES, SPIELBERG, CRITTERS 2, SLEEPWALKERS, MASTERS OF HORROR, NIGHTMARE CINEMA, HOCUS POCUS and lots lots more! Enjoy the episode and thanks for coming to my Jed Talk! @jedshepherd

Flesh Wound Radio
Flesh Wound HORROR - Episode 353: MASTERS OF HORROR Review Part 3 (10/11/20)

Flesh Wound Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2020 33:00


Streaming now on all podcast platforms the macabre maniacs of Flesh Wound Horror present another edition of our special Masters Of Horror retrospective. On this episode we explore the zany side of horror with the John Landis entry, Deer Woman, John Carpenter directs Norman Reedus and Udo Kier in, Cigarette Burns, and William Malone helms, Fair Haired Child. Support us for exclusive and uncensored content at patreon.com/fleshwoundfeatures, check out fleshwoundfeatures.com, https://twitter.com/FleshWoundRadio, join the Horror Cartel Flesh Wound Radio Facebook group, and like the Flesh Wound Features FB page. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiTLxlpfqhI&feature=youtu.be

Flesh Wound Radio
Flesh Wound Radio - Episode 342: MASTERS OF HORROR Retrospective Part 2 (10/5/20

Flesh Wound Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2020 42:00


Streaming now on all podcast platforms Flesh Wound Horror presents part 2 of our Masters Of Horror retrospective. On this episode we tackle Dario Argento's oh so twisted, Jenifer, from Mick Garris, Chocolate, and finally, Joe Dante raises the dead in the zombie satire, Homecoming. Support us for exclusive and uncensored content at patreon.com/fleshwoundfeatures, check out fleshwoundfeatures.com, https://twitter.com/FleshWoundRadio, join the Horror Cartel Flesh Wound Radio Facebook group, and like the Flesh Wound Features FB page. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTdMmS2VuFg&feature=youtu.be

Flesh Wound Radio
Flesh Wound Radio - Episode 340: MASTERS OF HORROR Retrospective Part 1 (10/4/20

Flesh Wound Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2020 30:00


Streaming now the freaks of Flesh Wound Horror are back with part one of a new series retrospective of the sorely missed Masters Of Horror. On this episode the gang looks back and reviews Don Coscarelli's Incident On And Off A Mountain Road, Stuart Gordon's H.P. Lovecraft adaptation Dreams In The Witch-House, and Tobe Hooper's post apocalyptic fever dream, Dance Of The Dead. Support us for exclusive and uncensored content at patreon.com/fleshwoundfeatures, check out fleshwoundfeatures.com, https://twitter.com/FleshWoundRadio, join the Horror Cartel Flesh Wound Radio Facebook group, and like the Flesh Wound Features FB page. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTdjxv4xNZ0

Podcasts – The Super Network
Podcasters Of Horror Episode 9 – Sounds Like and Pro-Life

Podcasts – The Super Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2020


Podcasters Of Horror Episode 9 – Sounds Like and Pro-Life Download HERE   Welcome to our Mini Podcast series from The Super Podcast with Podcasters Of Horror! This mini-series will cover short reviews and discussion for every episode of Mick Garris’ horror anthology series Masters Of Horror! Once we finish with Masters Of Horror, we … Continue reading →

Podcasts – The Super Network
Podcasters Of Horror Episode 8 – Family and The V Word

Podcasts – The Super Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2020


Download HERE   Podcasters Of Horror Episode 8 – Family and The V Word Welcome to a brand new Mini Podcast series from The Super Podcast with Podcasters Of Horror! This mini-series will cover short reviews and discussion for every episode of Mick Garris’ horror anthology series Masters Of Horror! Your trusty hosts ‘Super’ Marcey … Continue reading →

Podcasts – The Super Network
Podcasters Of Horror Episode 7 – Imprint and The Damned Thing

Podcasts – The Super Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2020


Download HERE   Podcasters Of Horror Episode 7 – Imprint and The Damned Thing Welcome to a brand new Mini Podcast series from The Super Podcast with Podcasters Of Horror! This mini-series will cover short reviews and discussion for every episode of Mick Garris’ horror anthology series Masters Of Horror! Your trusty hosts ‘Super’ Marcey … Continue reading →

Fried Squirms Horror Movie Podcast
170. Masters of Horror: Cigarette Burns (2005)

Fried Squirms Horror Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2020 63:50


Although we often set eyes on some masterful horror, it’s been quite awhile since we checked in with the Masters of Horror series. So this week the Fried Squirms decide to take a look in at John Carpenter’s first contribution to the series, Cigarette Burns. Norman Reedus tracking down a killer film for Udo Kier? Sign us up! Listen to more Fried Squirms at www.friedsquirms.com Check out all earVVyrm podcasts at www.earvvyrm.com Email us at squirmcast@gmail.com

Sci-Fi Talk Indie
Don Coscarelli

Sci-Fi Talk Indie

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2020 15:14


Talented director of Phantasm fame, talks to me about John Dies At The End. We discuss his outside the box filmmaking style, his previous work on Bubba Ho Tepp and being one of the Masters Of Horror. From 2013

Seeking Human Victims Podcast
SHV - S06E11 - Cigarette Burns (2005)

Seeking Human Victims Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2020


It is time to say farewell to season 6 and our journey into the life and career of John Carpenter with his 2005 Masters Of Horror episode "Cigarette Burns" starring Norman Reedus and Udo Kier. We'll also briefly cover Carpenters work and life from 1998 to 2005, and then from 2005 to the present and give our final thoughts on the impact of Carpenter on our lives and on film at large. Enjoy this season finale available on all major podcast providers! Seeking Human Victims returns with Season 7 - Aquatic Horror Beach Party - Episode 1 - JAWS (1975)  on July 6th.

Gore with a Pour
Episode 16: The Way to a Virgins Heart

Gore with a Pour

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2020 46:48


On this episode of Gore with a Pour, The Masters of Horror declare blondes aren't to be trusted in William Malone's 2006 "Fair-Haired Child." Stare into space with Kit and let the confusion settle in as girl meets boy in a tarnished basement. With a 4/5 pour rating, why not give "Fair-Haired Child" a shot?

Fractured Listens
Mick Garris (Episode 3)

Fractured Listens

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2020 70:20


Almost three decades after directing The Stand, Mick Garris joins us to discuss its similarities to the anxieties and effects of Corona-virus, working with Stephen King, his latest anthology film Nightmare Cinema and so much more, including the legendary showtime series Masters Of Horror.

Post Mortem with Mick Garris
77: David J. Schow

Post Mortem with Mick Garris

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2020 66:05


The godfather of "splatter punk" is on this week's POST MORTEM slab! Horror writer David J. Schow sits down with Mick to discuss his long and illustrious career, covering works such as THE CROW, THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE: THE BEGINNING, as well as his contributions to the CRITTERS and MASTERS OF HORROR franchises!  POST MORTEM WITH MICK GARRIS FANGORIA

Post Mortem with Mick Garris
76: Ask Mick Anything

Post Mortem with Mick Garris

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2020 22:05


NEW bonus content! FUN SIZE Post Mortem: Ask Mick Anything —  Producer Joe Russo is back to fields your question to the horror maestro himself! Mick gives his thoughtful answers about his time on FEAR ITSELF, expert tips for when pitching ideas, MASTERS OF HORROR episodes he may have wanted to direct and more! POST MORTEM WITH MICK GARRIS on the FANGORIA Podcast Network

Podcasts – The Super Network
Podcasters Of Horror Episode 6 – Pick Me Up and Haeckel’s Tale

Podcasts – The Super Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2020


Download HERE Podcasters Of Horror Episode 6 – Pick Me Up and Haeckel’s Tale Welcome to a new episode of the Mini Podcast series from The Super Podcast with Podcasters Of Horror! This mini series will cover short reviews and discussion for every episode of Mick Garris’ Masters Of Horror! Your trusty hosts ‘Super’ Marcey … Continue reading →

Podcasts – The Super Network
Podcasters Of Horror Episode 5 – Fair-Haired Child and Sick Girl

Podcasts – The Super Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2020


Download HERE Podcasters Of Horror 5 – Fair-Haired Child and Sick Girl Welcome to a new episode of the Mini Podcast series from The Super Podcast with Podcasters Of Horror! This mini series will cover short reviews and discussion for every episode of Mick Garris’ Masters Of Horror! Your trusty hosts ‘Super’ Marcey Papandrea and … Continue reading →

Geek Nerdery
Dreams In The Witch House & The Black Cat

Geek Nerdery

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2019 119:56


This week we’re checking out two Masters Of Horror episodes from Stuart Gordon. First up a student moves into the weirdest apartment building in DREAMS IN THE WITCH HOUSE. After that Edgar Allen Poe finds that his feline friend is actually his worst enemy in THE BLACK CAT. After that we talk JOKER, 3 FROM … Continue reading Dreams In The Witch House & The Black Cat →

Midnight Drive-In
Dreams In The Witch House & The Black Cat

Midnight Drive-In

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2019 119:57


This week we're checking out two Masters Of Horror episodes from Stuart Gordon. First up a student moves into the weirdest apartment building in DREAMS IN THE WITCH HOUSE. After that Edgar Allen Poe finds that his feline friend is actually his worst enemy in THE BLACK CAT. After that we talk Joker, 3 FROM HELL, SHADOW OF THE MOON, and get really mad at VALENTINE. Then for some reason get into a talk about LORD OF THE RINGS.

Podcasts – The Super Network
Podcasters Of Horror Episode 4 – Deer Woman and Cigarette Burns

Podcasts – The Super Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2019


Download HERE   Podcasters Of Horror Episode 4 – Deer Woman and Cigarette Burns Welcome to a brand new Mini Podcast series from The Super Podcast with Podcasters Of Horror! This mini series will cover short reviews and discussion for every episode of Mick Garris’ Masters Of Horror! Your trusty hosts ‘Super’ Marcey Papandrea and … Continue reading →

Podcasts – The Super Network
Podcasters Of Horror Episode 3 – Chocolate and Homecoming

Podcasts – The Super Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2019


Download HERE   Podcasters Of Horror Episode 3 – Chocolate and Homecoming Welcome to a brand new Mini Podcast series from The Super Podcast with Podcasters Of Horror! This mini series will cover short reviews and discussion for every episode of Mick Garris’ Masters Of Horror! Your trusty hosts ‘Super’ Marcey Papandrea and ‘The Terrible … Continue reading →

Podcasts – The Super Network
Podcasters Of Horror Episode 2 – Dance Of The Dead and Jenifer

Podcasts – The Super Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2019


Download HERE   Podcasters Of Horror Episode 2 – Dance Of The Dead and Jenifer Welcome to a brand new Mini Podcast series from The Super Podcast with Podcasters Of Horror! This mini series will cover short reviews and discussion for every episode of Mick Garris’ Masters Of Horror! Your trusty hosts ‘Super’ Marcey Papandrea … Continue reading →

Geek Nerdery
Ice Cream Man & We All Scream For Ice Cream

Geek Nerdery

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2019


With the summer headed our way we decided to do an episode about those heroes we call Ice Cream Men. But what happens if their intentions are evil? First up Clint Howard shows us how to hide eyeballs in ice cream with The Ice Cream Man. After that we head over to Masters Of Horror … Continue reading Ice Cream Man & We All Scream For Ice Cream →

Midnight Drive-In
Ice Cream Man & We All Scream For Ice Cream

Midnight Drive-In

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2019 90:01


With the summer headed our way we decided to do an episode about those heroes we call Ice Cream Men. But what happens if their intentions are evil? First up Clint Howard shows us how to hide eyeballs in ice cream with The Ice Cream Man. After that we head over to Masters Of Horror to find out what happens if you accidentally kill the ice cream man in We All Scream For Ice Cream. We also talk about Splash Too, Good Omens, Godzilla: King Of The Monsters, and clowns vs. mimes.

Post Mortem with Mick Garris
Ask Mick Anything

Post Mortem with Mick Garris

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2019 18:06


Another episode of NEW bonus content! FUN SIZE Post Mortem: Ask Mick Anything — where Post Mortem and Nightmare Cinema producer Joe Russo will ask YOUR questions to The Master of Horror and host of Post Mortem himself, Mick Garris. On today’s episode Mick and Joe field questions about MASTERS OF HORROR, NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and more. POST MORTEM WITH MICK GARRIS on the FANGORIA Podcast Network.

The Boo Crew
Ep#38 - Mick Garris (Master of Horror / Filmmaker)

The Boo Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2019 76:00


The ‘Crew sits down with writer, director, producer and horror’s unofficial documentarian and archivist...the inimitable legend, Mick Garris! Hear about how he went from working with Spielberg on Amazing Stories, to creating Tales for the Cryptkeeper and Nightmares for Freddy! Grab a chair table side at a dinner with Guillermo del Toro and learn how Mick’s hit Showtime anthology, Masters Of Horror...was started...with a song. Dig up Mick’s role as one of the most famous zombies of all time!! PLUS an extra groooovy “Wheel Of The Damned!” The Nightmare Cinema’s about to start with Episode 38! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Electric Sheep podcast – Panel Borders and other podcasts

An hour-long bimonthly podcast series in which Alex Fitch talks to actors and creators of audio dramas broadcast on radio or released on CD / download. Carols and Zombies: In this episode, playwright Timothy X Atack and author Naomi Alderman talk about their genre bending work. Fitch and Atack explore the latter’s BBC Radio plays […]

Electric Sheep podcast – Panel Borders and other podcasts
Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Shirkers House

Electric Sheep podcast – Panel Borders and other podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2018


Shirkers House: In this month’s Electric Sheep Magazine podcast, Alex Fitch looks at appropriation and appreciation of films from the past. Director Sandi Tan talks about rediscovering and restoring the surviving footage from her student film Shirkers, a magical realist look at 1990s Singapore, which was stolen by the film’s producer upon completion, and in […]

Post Mortem with Mick Garris

From working with Steven Spielberg in E.T. to playing the patriarch in Netflix’s hottest new show, THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, Henry Thomas Jr. has had a an incredible career. Join us as we dig into his best performances, and recall the days of our collaborations on PSYCHO IV, MASTERS OF HORROR and MORE!

Dark Discussions Podcast
Dark Discussions - Episode 350 - Creepshow (1982)

Dark Discussions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2018 187:34


Welcome the newest episode of Dark Discussions, your place for the discussion of horror film, fiction, and all that’s fantastic. Before TALES FROM THE CRYPT and MASTERS OF HORROR, George Romero and Stephen King teamed up in the early 1980’s and put together CREEPSHOW. The film, written by King, using both original and new tales, and directed by Romero, some say is the high point of the horror anthology film. Whether that’s true or not, the hype around it made it a film any horror fan would want to see. Its legacy was huge since it did spawn various copycats including a sequel and the aforementioned television shows. Still holding a solid rating on Rottentomatoes, the film is receiving a special edition blu-ray release by Scream Factory this year. With its eclectic mix of stories and gore effects by Tom Savini, the movie is a beloved film for most horror fans. Dark Discussions reaches its 350th episode. After running a poll of ten possible films to discuss for this special occasion, our Facebook members chose this classic treat overwhelmingly. All five co-hosts take a look at this iconic genre movie and even talk a bit about the last 349 episodes, Creepshow 2, and a whole bunch more. As always we welcome your comments: darkdiscussions@aol.com (written email or attached mp3 files) WWW.DARKDISCUSSIONS.COM

Write Hot Podcast
Horror Writing with Mick Garris

Write Hot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2018 32:26


Mick Garris is a filmmaker and author best known for his Stephen King adaptations and creating the "Masters Of Horror" television series. He is also the creator of the Post Mortem with Mick Garris podcast where he interviews directors of horror films. You can find the podcast on iTunes or any other service and follow the show on Instagram @postmortemgram, on Twitter @postmortemmg, and on Facebook at Post Mortem with Mick Garris. You can connect with Laura at www.laurapowers.net, on Facebook @thatlaurapowers, on Twitter @thatlaurapowers, and on Instagram @laurapowers44.

Behind the Scenes
Horror Filmmaking with Mick Garris

Behind the Scenes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2018 32:19


Mick Garris is a filmmaker and author best known for his Stephen King adaptations and creating the "Masters Of Horror" television series. He is also the creator of the Post Mortem with Mick Garris podcast where he interviews directors of horror films. You can find the podcast on iTunes or any other service and follow the show on Instagram @postmortemgram, on Twitter @postmortemmg, and on Facebook at Post Mortem with Mick Garris. You can connect with Laura at www.laurapowers.net, on Facebook @thatlaurapowers, on Twitter @thatlaurapowers, and on Instagram @laurapowers44.

Behind the Scenes
Horror Filmmaking with Mick Garris

Behind the Scenes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2018 32:19


Mick Garris is a filmmaker and author best known for his Stephen King adaptations and creating the "Masters Of Horror" television series. He is also the creator of the Post Mortem with Mick Garris podcast where he interviews directors of horror films. You can find the podcast on iTunes or any other service and follow the show on Instagram @postmortemgram, on Twitter @postmortemmg, and on Facebook at Post Mortem with Mick Garris. You can connect with Laura at www.laurapowers.net, on Facebook @thatlaurapowers, on Twitter @thatlaurapowers, and on Instagram @laurapowers44.

Monster Party
THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON!!! With DAVID J. SCHOW & BOBBY SLAYTON!

Monster Party

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2017 114:41


MONSTER PARTY has a fit of GILLMANIA! JAMES GONIS, SHAWN SHERIDAN, LARRY STROTHE, and MATT WEINHOLD, celebrate the films and legacy of a very special monster. It's every true monster kid's favorite love struck fish-dude... THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON!!! Joining us on this historic expedition is a special guest who holds the record the longest ever episode of Monster Party... it's writer/Creature expert/gentleman... DAVID J. SCHOW! (THE CROW, CRITTERS 3 & 4, LEATHERFACE:THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE III, MASTERS OF HORROR, THE OUTER LIMITS COMPANION, THE OUTER LIMITS AT 50)  We also witness the return of a comedian who never met a gillman he wouldn't make fun of... it's actor/comedian/pitbull... BOBBY SLAYTON! (ED WOOD, GET SHORTY, THE RAT PACK, DREAMGIRLS, THE ARISTOCRATS, MARON, MIND OF THE MARRIED MAN, WONDER WHEEL)  THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON tagline pretty much says it all about this episode: Amazing! Startling! Shocking! We'd add: SEXY!

The New Flesh Horror Movies Horror Movie Podcast

On this week's New Flesh, Brett & Joe take a deeper dive into the late Tobe Hooper's filmography, including discussions of EATEN ALIVE, FUNHOUSE. LIFEFORCE, TCSM2, THE MANGLER and his TV work including 2 MASTERS OF HORROR episodes, BODY BAGS, and the FREDDY'S NIGHTMARE pilot. Brett also details the hilariously bad period piece from the Weinsteins, TULIP FEVER, and discusses seeing CLOSE ENCOUNTERS for the first time! Joe recommends HBO's THE DEUCE and Eli Craig's LITTLE EVIL, now on Netflix! SPOILERS - Tulip Fever: 35:15 Tobe Hooper discussion: 58:00

Damn Dirty Geeks
WILLIAM MALONE on FORBIDDEN PLANET

Damn Dirty Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2017 63:10


Writer/director William Malone joins the Damn Dirty Geeks to salute the science fiction legacy of FORBIDDEN PLANET, MGM's 1956 influential entry in the genre starring Walter Pigeon, Anne Francis, Leslie Nielsen and the iconic robot character Robby the Robot. A prominent horror writer and director himself, Malone's own credits include MASTERS OF HORROR, FEARDOTCOM, THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, TALES FROM THE CRYPT and more. Yet Malone's fascination with science fiction and horror began long before his career did, with three classic films influencing him in his youth: FORBIDDEN PLANET, TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA and CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON. Bill and the Geeks spark off a great discussion on all three landmark films. Then the DDG let Malone shine as he regales us and listeners with his tales of recreating Robby the Robot and rescuing some priceless movie memorabilia from FORBIDDEN PLANET from the trash heap -- and sadly how some items were lost to time forever. Fans will revel in this deep-cuts discussion of classic 1950s sci-fi with Bill Malone and the Geeks -- a fantastic show recorded in late 2016 and now unleashed upon Earth to conquer it!