1922 film directed by F. W. Murnau
DISCUSSED: Dan has a new concern; some thoughts on resistance; Merlin shares a new insight on creativity and sleep; Dan has FU directly from the Nosferatu band; Merlin serves a turducken of suggestions related to text editing; and, finally, Dan needs your advice on wallets, while Merlin makes a case for currency. e597-calamari https://files.fireside.fm/file/fireside-uploads/images/3/316b04e9-2b1f-4ccb-98f1-28fe023874a8/kitCpEKp.jpg
This fangtastic episode of GothCast has Dr.Sanders and Mak fighting off hordes of bloodthirsty creatures of the night to cover a band swimming in vampire lore. Nosferatu is one of the most well known vampiric influenced bands in goth music and this time the duo discuss the albums Rise(1993), Legend (1994), The Prophecy (1994) and Prince of Darkness (1996).8:35 Rise (1993)36:31 Random Interesting Goth Stuff44:58 Legend (1994)1:00:34 The Prophecy (1994)1:17:30 Prince of Darkness (1996)
durée : 00:59:01 - Mauvais genres - par : François Angelier - Il y a 100 ans de cela, le 27 octobre 1922, apparaissait pour la première fois sur l'écran parisien du Ciné-opéra l'ombre crochue et voutée de Nosferatu. L'archi vampire entamait sa carrière mythique. Hommage, ce soir, dans Mauvais Genres.
Information on the National Network of Abortion Funds here. *See end of description for content warnings. This week brings a somewhat infamous movie into the mix, the oft-maligned (specifically by Tara) NOSFERATU! Despite some of the defamation Tara has doled out against F. W. Murnau's knock-off Dracula, join us as we thoroughly enjoy our discussion about unwieldy coffins, silly exit strategies, and our 47th scariest movie moment of all time! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @FrightYourLife Individual Twitter Accts: @RileyCassidy1 @TaraEllwood
In which Rachel, Lauren and special guest Kim discuss their favorite games (board, card, or otherwise) according to different categories.Remember to watch and submit your review of Nosferatu!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsVPUpDyGec
Welcome ladies, germs, and people of all genders! Join Taylor & Curtis as we bring you coverage on lost horror films – or, well, previously lost horror films (obviously… I mean we watched something after all!). We discuss how so many films have been lost throughout the years, how they are found, and ponder hmm… I wonder what else is out there? After all, some horror greats (Nosferatu! The Old Dark House!) were once lost! Wow, what interesting discussion we have for you! How many times does Taylor reference JSTOR in her overview? Is Curtis' love and admiration of Hitchcock (Hitch!) disturbing and problematic? And can you fall in love and decide to marry someone within six hours of meeting them? Listen and find out! Please connect with us on Twitter: @ahhreelfilms or Instagram: @ahhrealfilms, or drop us a line to let us know how we're doing, or to suggest a future topic or film to discuss: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe! You can also now find us both on Letterboxd! Follow us on our horror journey and occasional forays into romcoms (because let's be real). Taylor: @happydeathtay Curtis: @let5groove2nit3 Films Covered: The Old Dark House (1932), The Amusement Park (1973), Deadstream (2022), V/H/S/99 (2022), Hatching (2022)
100 years ago a horror movie was released breaking boundaries in the genre along with every copyright law going... Lawsuits were filed and copies ordered to be destroyed but; some copies survived and it is one of these copies we are reviewing this week. We have ditched the play by play this week as we are guessing you don't want to hear us describe a 5 minute scene where someone walks through a town? Don't panic though Marc is back fighting fit and we are both on our peak form for this episode as we give this movie the respect it deserves while also having a blast. As always your thoughts and comments feature in the episode and apologies to Office Of Pop Culture that this listener request has taken almost 12 months to get on the show! Our voicemail is waiting for your voice on the link below, call the show, get played on the air! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/homeofhalloween/message
Emily and Ky are back with part 2 (and acts 3, 4, and 5) of their delightful watch-along episode of horror classic, Nosferatu! This episode has everything: confusing comparisons to Venus fly traps, fainting women, re-reads of letters, captain's logs, trees with tits, long fingers, goddamned soil, and bumbling men! It's destined to be a Wine Weed Weird favorite! So get in your plague dirt, curl your hair, and hit play! --- 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/wineweedweird/message
Jamie and Jorge are joined in this discussion of the film classic Nosferatu (1922) by Travis Mushett, who is a teacher of film and media history at Fordham University and Marymount Manhattan College. He is also the host of the new The Haunted Screen podcast, a narrative podcast about film, history, and film history. Please join us in this discussion of how the original vampire movie was emblematic of the culture in Weimar Germany at the time. The Haunted Screen Podcast: https://www.hauntedscreenpod.com Praise from Criterion on The Haunted Screen Podcast: https://www.criterion.com/current/posts/7966-listening-to-the-haunted-screen Follow The Haunted Screen Podcast on Twitter: @HauntScreenPod Follow us on Twitter: @ELCpod Follow us on IG: everybodylovescommunism Sign up as a supporter at fans.fm/everybodylovescommunism or Patreon.com/everybodylovescommunism to unlock bonus content! Like what you heard? Be sure to give us a 5 Star Rating on Apple Podcasts!
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We finally made it! For this 200th episode of Monster Mondays, and this celebration of Halloween, Geoff digs into F.W. Murnau's gloriously classic Nosferatu from 1922! Find new episodes of the Film Seizure Podcast every Wednesday and a new Monster Mondays each Monday at www.filmseizure.com Like what we do? Buy us a coffee! www.ko-fi.com/filmseizure Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/filmseizure/ Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/FilmSeizure Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/filmseizure/ You can now find us on YouTube as well! The Film Seizure Channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/c/FilmSeizure
Episode Notes Happy Halloween MoFo's, Episode 219 is upon us and the guys bring you the Latest Pop Culture News, the latest Trending Topics in the World in This Weeks Trending Topics, and the Latest, Outrageous and Weird News in the World in their What the Hell is That Segment, next the guys talk “Ant Man and the Wasp Quantammania”, “Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special”, and R.I.P.D. 2 in the latest Trailer Talk discussion, also a last minute interview with guest Barry from Premium Edition Games, and finally in the Throwback Movie Review, the guys bring you their Throwback Movie Review on the 100th Anniversary of Nosferatu, in (so far) their oldest movie they've reviewed. Check out Premium Edition Games and their kickass content: Website: [link] https://premiumeditiongames.com/ Facebook: [link] https://www.facebook.com/premiumeditiongames/ Check Super Retro Throwback Reviews out on The Dorkening Podcast Network [link] https://www.thedorkeningpodcastnetwork.com This episode is brought to you by Deadly Grounds Coffee [link] https://deadlygroundscoffee.com (The official Sponsor of The Dorkening Podcast Network and Super Retro Throwback Reviews), this episode is also brought to you by Connecticut Cult Classics [link] https://www.connecticutcultclassics.com, and JPO Productions LLC. [link] http://www.jpoproductions.com You can Follow us on Social Media, Buy Our Merch, Listen to our Shows below: [link] https://allmylinks.com/superretropodcast [link] https://linktr.ee/SuperRetroPodcast Get your Super Retro Merch Here: [link] https://super-retro-store.creator-spring.com Also check out Rons Shop for some awesome Merch: [link] http://tee.pub/lic/bkWvDzxz2qo Check out our Twitch: Twitch.com/superretrothrowbackreview Support Us on Patreon, we have updated our Tiers and we want to thank our Patreon Backers: [link] https://www.patreon.com/SuperRetroPodcast Check our Website [link] [https://superretrothrowbackreviews.com](https://superretrothrowbackreviews.com%5C) Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/the-new-and-improved-super-retro-throwback-reviews/f253698d-8501-4e74-8350-19ed7360ae78 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
This month's Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary is coming at you like a plague…that you want! Aaron and Abe are joined by Brandon Peters and Yancy Berns to discuss the silent film classic Nosferatu, from director F.W. Murnau, in honor of its 100th anniversary. Wrapping up our horror specials for 2022, this discussion features plenty of thoughts on the impact this film had, other takes on Dracula and vampire media, and the ways cinema has evolved since the days of the silent film. There's plenty of discussion about the time this film was coming out, how its horror choices separate it from others, what's great about this take on the story, and lots of fun tangents as well. So now, if you've got a couple of hours to kill… Follow all of us on Twitter: @Outnow_Podcast, @AaronsPS4, @WalrusMoose, @Brandon4KUHD, @YancyJack Check out all of our sites and blogs: TheCodeIsZeek.com, Why So Blu?, The Brandon Peters Show, The Milky Way Blues Trailer for Nosferatu #Nosferatu #Commentary #horror #vampire #fwmurnau #maxschreck #silentfilm #classic #film #movie #entertainment #outnowpodcast #outnowwithaaronandabe #countorlock #dracula
The 2 Guys wrap up the best horror movies of the 1970s this week with Frank's top five horror films of 1979. Frank's list includes the Sherlock Holmes flick, Murder by Decree, When a Stranger Calls, Lucio Fulci's Zombi 2, David Cronenberg's The Brood, and Werner Herzog's Nosferatu. Finally, if you have your own ideas for the podcast, you can also email us with list suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org, and thank you all for listening and your support.
It's spooky season on TMT and to get in the spirit, Nico and Adam are talking about the films of the sexy, blood-lovin' Transylvanian thirst trap, Count Dracula. The films discussed: 1922's Nosferatu (20:55), 1931's Dracula (36:06), 1958's Horror of Dracula (51:57), 1979's Nosferatu the Vampyre (1:01:30) and 1992's Bram Stoker's Dracula (1:20:21). Chat with the TMT Community on Discord! For More TMT Shenanigans: toomanythoughtsmedia.com Twitter: @funnynicotweets, @someadamhall, @TMT_Media E-mail: email@example.com Subscribe and Rate on Apple Podcasts!
What's your favorite Halloween movie? WGN Radio's Dave Plier talks to author and historian David J. Skal about his book: ‘Fright Favorites' which spotlights 31 essential Halloween-time films, their associated sequels and remakes, and recommendations to expand your seasonal repertoire based on your favorites. Featured titles include Nosferatu (1922), Dracula (1931), Cat People(1942), Them (1953), House on Haunted Hill (1959), Black Sunday (1960), Rosemary’s Baby (1968), Young Frankenstein (1976), Beetlejuice (1988), Get Out (2017), and […]
“Although, in This Case, Kinski Wasn't an Actual Vampire … But He Was a Son of a Bitch.” —Dr. Shock Happy Halloween from Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies, The Nosferatu of Horror Movie Podcasts! Welcome to Episode 027, where your favorite Horror hosts discuss “a chilly draft from doomsday,” “a symphony of awfulness,” Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (2022)! That's right! Thanks to a request from Kaiju Nick, we are bringing you our 100-Year Anniversary Celebration of Nosferatu (1922)! We also bring you Feature Reviews of Shadow of the Vampire (2000), Werner Herzog's Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979), and the pseudo-semi-sequel Nosferatu in Venice (1988). Also, Dr. Shock and Jay of the Dead celebrate the upcoming premiere of Death Spin (2022), an indie Horror film by long-time friend of the show, ChrisExcess! Join us! Be sure to subscribe to Jay of the Dead's new Horror movie podcast on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Deezer Stitcher You are welcome to email our show at HauntingYourHeadphones@gmail.com, or call and leave us a voicemail at (801) 899-9798. You can also follow Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies on Twitter: @HorrorAvengers Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies is an audio podcast. Our nine experienced Horror hosts review new Horror movies and deliver specialty Horror segments. Your hosts are Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock, Gillman Joel, Mister Watson, Dr. Walking Dead, GregaMortis, Mackula, Ron Martin and Dave Zee! Due to the large number and busy schedule of its nine Horror hosts, Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies will be recorded in segments, piecemeal, at various times and recording sessions. Therefore, as you listen to our episodes, you will notice a variety of revolving door hosts and segments, all sewn together and reanimated like the powerful Monster of Dr. Frankenstein! Note: This episode was recorded in September and October of 2022, and it was released on October 29, 2022.
David and Tyler do the sixth annual Halloween special with a special twist; they are all silent films! Continuing the tradition of talking about Frankenstein and Dracula adaptations they cover, Frankenstein (1910), The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Nosferatu (just in time for its 100th anniversary!).
Emily and Ky are closing out Spooky Month with a bang! In honor of the iconic, cult classic silent horror film Nosferatu being 100 years old, it's getting a special Wine, Weed, Weird treatment: no edits, no pausing, just chaotic, chaotic vibes. Cue it up and watch along to enjoy Emily and Ky's reactions, dialogue, notes, questions, comments and deep seated fears! It's in the public domain, so easy to find on YouTube! If you can't sit down for 45 minutes (and we are judging you), they provide enough context for you to follow the story. Sort of. Maybe. How weird is Nosferatu? Well, one character is on cocaine at all times, and Carrie's around a huge nut sack with him, and another has a symbols fetish, so you be the judge! --- 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/wineweedweird/message
In which Rachel and Lauren rank the Disney Villains according to their first reaction. Scroll down to see the *SPOILERS* completed combined list.Remember to watch Nosferatu and submit it for this month's film club!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egmdOkzn_xo(shout out to ye olde DHC, thanks Jonny)............Starting with the highest:Shan Yu: 99, 100: 199Hades: 100, 97: 197Yzma: 98, 99: 197Frollo: 98, 98: 196Prince John: 98, 98: 196Scar: 100, 95: 195Jafar: 98, 96: 194Clayton: 96, 97: 193Ratigan: 99, 93: 192Ernesto De La Cruz: 94, 95: 189Dr. Facilier: 99, 89: 188Hopper: 89, 98: 187Randall: 98, 86: 184Headless horseman: 93, 90: 183Ursula: 92, 90: 182Gaston: 94, 88: 182Maleficent: 92. 89: 181Lotso: 93, 85: 178Mortimer: 81, 96: 177Bowler Hat Guy: 94, 83: 177Chernabog: 92, 81: 173Ratcliffe: 89, 84: 173Alameda Slim: 100, 70: 170Turbo/King Candy: 86, 82: 168Syndrome: 88, 80: 168Cruella De Vil: 70, 97: 167Oogie Boogie: 88, 78: 166Charles Muntz: 78, 88: 166Shere Khan: 75, 82: 157Al Wiggins: 72, 85: 157Lady Tremaine: 79, 76: 155Mordu: 81, 71: 152Dean Hardscrabble: 87, 65: 152Evil Queen: 72, 77: 149Captain Hook 80, 67: 147Auto: 90, 57: 147Long John Silver 75, 70: 145Madame Medusa: 79, 64: 143Sid: 70, 73: 143Darla: 65, 77: 142Edgar: 65, 76: 141The Horned King: 71, 70: 141Chick Hicks: 70, 68: 138Man in the forest: 67, 68: 135Professor Callahan: 52, 80: 132Mother Gothel: 61, 70: 131Hans: 69, 61: 130Tamatoa: 54, 68: 122Queen Narissa: 60, 60: 120Judge Doom: 30, 88: 118Terry: 50, 68: 118Bruton: 25, 86: 111Mr. Whiskers: 60, 50: 110Pete: 62, 47: 109Queen of Hearts: 51, 54: 105Sykes: 54, 49: 103The Coachman: 51, 50: 101Amos Slade: 40, 60: 100The Firebird: 70, 30: 100Dr. Terminus: 80, 20: 100Jamba: 50, 40: 90Chef Skinner: 75, 84: 89Percival C. McLeach: 37, 51: 88Winky: 24, 62: 86Assistant Mayor Bellweather: 41, 45: 86Rat from Lady and the Tramp: 49, 36: 85Gabby Gabby: 35, 49: 84Screen Slaver: 46, 29: 75King Runeard: 62, 7: 69Ming Lee: 47, 20: 67Spiker and Sponge: 45, 21: 66Namaari's mom: 30, 29: 59Denahi: 30, 27: 57Jackson Storm: 42, 15: 57The Insecurity Virus: 37, 10: 47Commander Lyle Tiberius Rourke: 30, 15: 45The Curse Dragon: 19, 21: 40Heffalumps and Woozles: 6, 30: 36King Leonidas: 25, 10: 35Ercole Visconti: 8, 25: 33Ringmaster: 12, 20: 32Madam Mim: 12, 20: 32Agent from Bolt: 20, 12: 32Abuela: 1, 30: 31Mr. Banks: 10, 20: 30Sir Miles Axelrod: 3, 25: 28Hank: 4, 20: 24Principle in Goofy Movie: 5, 5: 10Foxy Loxy: 0, 0: 0
Pour yourself a hot drink, settle in beside the fire and get ready for a hauntingly good time as we bring you four chilling tales just in time for Halloween.In our first chapter: McKamey Manor, arguably the scariest haunted house in operation, with an even scarier 40-page liability waiver. Among the things that you agree to possibly experience? Medieval torture devices. Nails removed from their nail beds. You may be subjected to extreme temperatures or have your head enclosed in a box with bees and wasps. These experiences aren't enough to stop over 20,000 fright seekers from joining the waitlist.Next up on the demon docket: Stambovsky v. Ackley, also known as the Ghostbusters ruling. A man bought a house in Nyack, New York, that turned out to be so haunted that not only did he get out of his purchase, but the appellate division of the New York Supreme Court found that, "as a matter of law, the house is haunted."A copyright case to turn your blood cold: the battle to keep "Dracula" out of the public domain and the classic silent film "Nosferatu" out of homes. Eventually, the fight landed before a German judge who ordered all remaining copies of “Nosferatu” to be burned, but it was too late — the movie and the infamous vampire live on.We finish our tour of scary stories with one steeped in the occult: Mark Twain's return from the grave. Or, alleged return. Two mediums, Emily Grant Hutchings and Lola V. Hayes, claimed to speak with the spirit of Mark Twain. The famous storyteller supposedly tasked them with recording his next novel, "Jap Herron: A Novel Written From the Ouija Board.”This episode was produced by Kirk McDaniel. Intro music by The Dead Pens. Editorial staff is Bill Dotinga, Sean Duffy and Jamie Ross.
We have an entire month's worth of movies for you to Enjoy as Jovial Jay runs down his entire lineup of 31 Days of Horror! Join us for some spooky classics both old and modern on Enjoy Stuff: A TechnoRetro Podcast Jovial Jay's annual October tradition of a scary movie a day returns on RetroZap.com. Join us as we discuss each of his articles that you can pair up with the movies and how to Enjoy your October with plenty of chills! News Sydney Sweeney is set to star in a new Barbarella film Got some time on your hands? Then you can start putting together the largest Marvel set ever with the new Hulkbuster set Spirited is a new Christmas movie with Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell A sweet, Original NES ornament is available at a pretty sweet price The sequel you didn't know you needed is on its way! Twister 2! Hope Jabba isn't gluten intolerant, because Han Solo has been turned into a giant loaf of bread Make sure you check out our TeePublic store to get ready for the holidays and all the latest fashion trends What we're Enjoying Jay recently visited the Luray Caverns in Virginia, the largest caverns in the eastern United States. It's wide variety of stalactites and stalagmites is a beautiful example of how nature still remains the most amazing features on our planet. Shua has been listening to the classic suite of music from Gustav Holst called The Planets. This music has inspired many composers, including John Williams when he wrote the soundtrack to Star Wars. Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Enjoy Movies! 31 Days of Horror is Jovial Jay's annual analysis of some great scary movies. This week we look at the 2022 collection. [SFS] Night of the Creeps (1986) The Final Girls (2015) Trick ‘r Treat (2007) Elizabeth Harvest (2018) Hush (2016) Malignant (2021) The Babadook (2014) [SFS] Critters (1986) Nosferatu (1922) Frenzy (1972) Visiting Hours (1982) Army of Darkness (1993) Ju-On: The Grudge (2003) American Mary (2012) The Blob (1988) Out of the Dark (1988) The Descent (2005) Last House on the Left (1972) Hostel (2005) Fear No Evil (1969) Wrong Turn (2003) [SFS] Flatliners (1990) Tomb of Ligeia (1964) Happy Birthday to Me (1981) ← ”TODAY” 30 Days of Night (2007) Happy Death Day (2017) I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) Friday The 13th Part II (1981) [SFS] Event Horizon (1997) Misery (1990) Halloween Kills (2021) Check back in to RetroZap every day this month to see what creepy movie Jay will give us next. And don't forget his articles on MCULocationScout.com for some great, interactive maps of filming locations. Which movies on the list have you seen? What were your favorite articles? First person that emails me with the subject line, “31 Days Rock!” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
Johann Sebastian Bach, John Carpenter & The Children Of The Corn, Nosferatu, Psycho, Quartermass, Salem, The Serpent and the Rainbow, The Shining, Snowman, The Thing, Vampire Circus, The Howling, Nightmare On Elm Street, Suspiria, The Fog, Halloween, Clockwork Orange and Mike Oldfield & The Exorcist.
From the Ki Ki Ki's to the Dance Macabres, scores have been an essential part of the horror landscape since the days of Nosferatu. So why is the composer so often overlooked when we share our love for these classics? On this episode we welcome to the show author and podcast host J. Blake Fichera, here to talk about his new book Scored To Death 2, his second round of interviews with the Masters Of Scorror (We're sorry, Blake). In a lovely chat, we pick his brain on the scores that influenced both him and Hollywood, the role of the score in all genres of filmmaking, and his desire to spotlight composers big and small, with everyone from John Carpenter to Jay Chattaway.Insert your CD of Haunted House sounds and listen here! Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code BOXOFFICEPULP at MANSCAPED.com!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoxOfficePulpPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoxOfficePulpApple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/box-office-pulp/id577338641Amazon Podcasts: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/7c11ff8b-2875-454d-8770-8b1d36d04b52Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/534ZPRmDoZzNs5GtiAhOEcStitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=37192&refid=stpr
The dudes try something different: they talk about one movie! They discuss F.W. Murnau's influential film NOSFERATU. (yeah you remember him from Spongebob) Not intended for children. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers. Twitter: https://twitter.com/TwoDudes7 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Two-Dudes-One-Double-Feature-Podcast-108846657540306 Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/twodudesonedoublefeature/?igshid=17oyviqg0pxno&fbclid=IwAR13Qy_UYaRmxREDtBlpA7zWovszRFB_C3QTB7xTbbDXZnvMZrWeATkCHHg Two Dudes YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYTI68Y7QaIFvRzBVZA2Zyw Richard's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Channel23hahaha Joey's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkFZy6PEmCY2SPScOAWkXbg?view_as=subscriber
This Episode has EVERYTHING!It's got:Clam-O-Naise for Days!French Bisexual Confusion!Sorry, Emp!Lotsa Bidets!Picture it: Sicily, 1922!Lack of Energy!Casper the Friendly Boy!Cock Bark!Ernest!"Twister" Scared Young Paul!"Death Becomes Her"!"The Changeling"!"Picard" Season 3 Has Dave Excited in his Pants!Dave Exhibits Klingon Racism!"The Exorcist 3" Scared Dave!Kevin Spacey is Scary!The "Final Destination" Movies are Amazing!It's Hip! To be SQUARE!Jennifer Lee Curtis!!Drunk Dave!"Cabin in the Woods" Fake Walls!"Nosferatu" is Terrifying!Paul is Part of the 9/11 Generation!"The Blair Witch Project" Made Mint, as did "Paranormal Activity"!There is No Sex Worth Demonic Possession!Deuces!Unnamed Demons!Pazuzu!Episode Links (In Order):Ronnie Vino - It's Friday Night!"The Changeling"!"The Changeling" Trailer!"Picard" Season 3 Trailer!"The Exorcist 3" Hospital Scene!"Nosferatu" - Full Movie!There are 4 Lights!"Purranormal Activity" Cat Version of "Paranormal Activity"!Zuzu's Petals!Pazuzu!MUSIC CREDIT!Opening Music, "Dank Halloween", Graciously Supplied By: Shane Ivers Email Us Here: Disturbinglypragmatic@gmail.comWhere To Find Us!: Disturbingly Pragmatic Link Tree! Visit Our Patreon!
Ever wondered where the modern vampire came from? Well look no further, Bram Stoker has got you covered with his terrifying character Count Dracula, the vampire that gave us all of our favorite vampire tropes today. We're talking chicken paprikash, Jonathan Harker's favorite Hungarian dish. Also in this episode: Dracula is a woman (?), unfortunate copyright errors, and cinema's sexiest vampire. Content Warning: This episode gets a little bloody and graphic. Correction: In this episode I say that the vampire in Nosferatu is called Nosferatu, his name is actually Count Orlok. For recipes and photos follow us: Twitter https://twitter.com/TheBittenPod Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thebittenwordpodcast/ Support Us: Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thebittenpod Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/jonny-boyle/tres-french License code: MZJOCWA6ZZPGDCLH https://uppbeat.io/t/jonny-boyle/swing-cuisine License code: FODK2OVFMRCNPBTC --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christine-parker8/support
The Rock says, 'know your damn role,' and the Gents have held Dwayne Johnson to this role for some time now. The 'Most Electrifying Entertainer' has held down the role of the title character Black Adam for fifteen years now (2:15), and the film is about to debut next month. Omar Rios returns to the podcast after kicking off Spooky SZN with EstoBro and TV last year. Does the Rock have what it takes to save the DCCU after the major fallout the Brothers Warner continues to have? Omar being a comic book nerd as well as a film buff, also addresses the finale of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (10:00). ***SPOILERS***The Gents' guest does not show mercy to the Internet and fanboys that have been dragging this Disney+ show through the much, especially when the punchline of this topic was broken down via the fourth wall. Reprising to last week's episode with anime and Spooky SZN, EstoBro breaks the news with Magic the Gathering teaming up with Junji Ito for some special-edition horror cards for the trading card game (22:20). The Gents get into the sauce of the podcast, putting Omar on the spotlight for some of best horror introduced in 2022 (29:15); which includes Robert Eggers news with Nosferatu, horror films Smile, Halloween Ends, and Hellraiser. He also sheds light on the TV show The Midnight Club on Netflix, yet with superheroes on the brain, the conversation returns to the scary side of the Batman franchise (44:10). A year ago, Omar addressed the departure of Bray Wyatt from WWE when his contract expired. Now, as he makes his return to the podcast, so does 'The Fiend' back to the premier level of the WWE (51:30). As we arrive at the 'Who has the munchies?' segment (62:35) of the show, TV caught TikTok's Uncle Roger on an episode of Hell's Kitchen which came to fruition with his friendship with Gordon Ramsay. EstoBro shares with Omar that Guy Fieri has a brand new gameshow on Friday nights that brings together cooking and family game night together with Guys' Game Night on the Food Network.Interact with the Gents of the podcast on the following social media platforms:TwitterInstagramFacebookTumblrEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Could a centuries-old curse be to blame for the infamous slap between Will Smith and Chris Rock at the Academy Awards? Amanda Kellogg uncovers the long history of a spooky playhouse superstition known as Macbeth's curse. And: Anna Beecher first encountered the Brothers Grimm's fairy tale, The Boy Who Went Forth to Learn to Shudder, as a young kid and was thoroughly frightened. The story haunted her for years and in 2017 she wrote Skin of the Teeth, a play based on that same Grimm's fairy tale. Later in the show: Halloween and Scream are some of the most blood-curdling, panic-inducing slasher movies. But they're more than just jump-scares and gore. Jennifer McLawhorn says slasher movies open a window into important social anxieties around gender. Plus: If you can believe it, the first horror movies had no sound. Classics like Nosferatu and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari came out in the 1920's, during the silent film era. Jenny Taylor says the roots of the horror movie genre can be traced back to Germany's Weimar Republic.
It's Jeremiah's 5th pick: Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans, the 1927 film directed by F.W. Murnau. Based on a 1917 short story called “The Excursion to Tilsit,' written by Hermann Sudermann, the film was Murnau's first in the United States, after he was brought over from Germany by William Fox to make something for Fox Film Corporation like the expressionist work he'd produced in his home country – Nosferatu, The Last Laugh, and Faust among those. As with his previous work, the art design is exaggerated or even distorted to represent the emotional and symbolic tone being strived for. Add in innovative camerawork and one of the first synchronized soundtracks featuring a specifically composed score and sound effects, and the technical achievements alone begin to make it clear why the film had been popular and influential. The film was hailed as a masterpiece by many critics of the day. And it also holds the distinction of being the only film to ever win Best Unique and Artistic Picture at the Oscars – an award that only existed in the ceremony's first year. More recently, AFI listed Sunrise at number 82 in the 2007 version of their 100 Years… 100 Movies list of the greatest American films. As for our purposes, Sunrise has appeared in the top 10 of Sight & Sound's critics survey twice – at number 7 in 2002, and then at number 5 in 2012. Also in the 2012 polling, it was ranked #22 by directors; among the filmmakers who had it on their top 10 lists were Francis Ford Coppola and the Dardenne Brothers. And one more thing worthy of noting: Sunrise was released on September 23rd, 1927… Two weeks later, on October 6, is when The Jazz Singer was released, ushering in the beginning of the sound era for motion pictures. Produced by Stereoactive Media
We're joined by the fantastic Coy Hall to discuss his writing, historical magic, medicinal cannibalism, and whether or not all characters need an animal sidekick. We also get a peek at his book Grimoire of the Four Imposters and talk about his latest novel The Hangman Feeds the Jackal. Coy Hall lives in West Virginia with his wife, Olivia, and they share a home with a clumsy Great Pyrenees named Duncan. Coy splits time as an author of mysteries and horror and as a professor of history. The two pursuits fit together well. As a historian, he teaches courses about medieval and early modern Europe. History has influenced his writing, with many of his stories set in the distant past--sometimes the real past, sometimes an imagined one, but most often a mix of the two. His short stories have appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies like The Fiends in the Furrows (2018). He's published in a wide range of genres, including western, science-fiction, adventure, crime, fantasy, horror, and mystery. His first collection, Grimoire of the Four Impostors, releases in 2021 from Nosetouch Press. His first novel, The Hangman Feeds the Jackal: A Gothic Western, was released in June 2022 from Nosetouch Press. Other influences include authors Philip K. Dick, Raymond Chandler, Fritz Leiber, M.R. James, Chester Himes, David Goodis, and Shirley Jackson. Radio drama series like Inner Sanctum Mysteries and CBS Radio Mystery Theater, and films such as Nosferatu (1922) and The Black Cat (1934), have also shaped his storytelling. You can find him on his website and on Twitter. Want to submit your writing or be a guest editor? Email email@example.com Intro/Outro music: www.bensound.com Disclaimer: Any and all opinions expressed are the opinions of the participants and not of the organizations or institutions with which they are affiliated. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/darkwaters/support
Primer episodio de Miscelánea Supernova con clips en video!! Los co-capitanes explican los nuevos escalones de Patreon, la tatuadora de Randy Orton demanda a WWE y Take Two por poner el diseño de sus tatuajes en un videojuego, reseña de la nueva de Hellraiser con Pinhead mujer, Bill Skarsgård será Nosferatu, conficto del diseño del vampiro en las nuevas películas de Nosferatu y Salem's Lot, reseña de ambas películas de Hocus Pocus, premoniciones de Wisto sobre Halloween Ends, John Carpenter es fan de Dead Space y quiere dirigir la película, retrasos en Blade y otros proyectos de Marvel, las mejores películas de guerra, el detallismo de Stanley Kubrick molestaba a los actores como escribir a mano el libro ficticio en The Shining, Rambo y el por qué los estadounidenses no estimaban a los soldados de Vietnam! Escúchanos: Spotify / Apple Podcasts / YouTube Apóyanos: patreon.com/holamsupernova Síguenos: Instagram/ Twitter/ TikTok @holamsupernova
For your Halloween pleasure and edification, this week on Filmsuck we're talking about the vampire film from Nosferatu (1922), Dracula (1931), and Vampyr (1932) through Martin (1976), The Hunger (1983), Near Dark (1987), Let the Right One In (2008), and A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014), in order to analyze how this popular movie monster represents such an array of human fears and desires, it can adapt easily to different eras and cultures.
Grab your wooden stakes and garlic because this week we are looking at Vampires! Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Nosferatu, we discuss some of the standout vampire movies in cinematic history, plus some of our sentimental favorites. Turns out there's enough to Enjoy even if you're going to live forever!
The gang geeks out She-Hulk, the new Adam's Family musical, the LA Times' best fast-food burgers, and they discuss the 100-year old 1922 film "Nosferatu". Brew of the Day: "Smashed Pumpkin" An ale from Shipyard Brewing Co. Remember to drink responsibly. Beat of the Week: "Eddie" by Red Hot Chili Peppers Listen on Apple Music and Spotify. Stalk Us: www.geeksandbrews.com, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube #leavenobeerbehind --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/geeksandbrews/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/geeksandbrews/support
Grab your wooden stakes and garlic because this week we are looking at Vampires! Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Nosferatu, we discuss some of the standout vampire movies in cinematic history, plus some of our sentimental favorites. Turns out there's enough to Enjoy even if you're going to live forever! We've been fascinated with vampires for a really long time. But a German Expressionism film from 100 years ago called Nosferatu made a long lasting impression on the genre. It's time to Enjoy some of those bloodsuckers! News Dunkin' has awesome Halloween Doughnuts (not available in US) In a complete breakdown of civilization, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Will Not Air on Broadcast TV This Year Cinnamon Toast Crunch is Releasing an ‘Amazing' Spider-Man Box Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reunite at New York Comic Con Marvel Comics will be a part of Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration with Variant Covers featuring Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and More Scooby Doo 50th anniversary complete series is available with a cool collectible Make sure you check out our TeePublic store to get ready for the holidays and all the latest fashion trends What we're Enjoying Shua finally received his comic book from Jack in the Box called The Return of Mark Hamill. This free souvenir is a total blast. A really funny interpretation of Hamill's early job and eventual return as a Jack in the Box drive thru employee. He's also been playing around with the new feature on iOS 16 that automatically selects a person, isolating them from the background. Jay has been indulging in Advil from his big move. But also catching up on the brilliant Star Trek series Lower Decks. A fun, creative, animated take on the Trek universe. Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout 31 Days of Horror continues! Here is the list of this week's articles: Visiting Hours (1982) Army of Darkness (1993) Ju-On: The Grudge (2003) American Mary (2012) The Blob (1988) Out of the Dark (1988) The Descent (2005) Check back in to RetroZap every day this month to see what creepy movie Jay will give us next. And don't forget his articles on MCULocationScout.com for some great, interactive maps of filming locations. Enjoy Movies! Do you like your meat rare? Are you more of a night person? Do you really like capes? You may be a vampire. From early stories like Bram Stoker's Dracula to Jim Carey's dated, but fun, Once Bitten, they have been a great way to tell scary stories in movies. We talk about some standout films and ones that we enjoyed growing up. Family Friendly Shows from Our Youth -Nosferatu (1922) -Original Dracula (1931) - released on Feb 14th! Ha! -Christopher Lee Hammer films from 60s and 70s -1979 Dracula Remake with Frank Langella -The Lost Boys -Fright Night -Once Bitten -Day Shift -Interview with a Vampire What did we watch growing up? -The Fearless Vampire Killers -Count Yorga -Planet of the Vampires -Lifeforce That's some of the ones we Enjoy. How about you? What are some of your favorite vampire movies? Do any of the ones we shared suck? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Bluh bluh” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
Mike and Dan tackle their third Werner Herzog movie of the season--and their second Nosferatu. Join them as they talk about what makes Herzog's 1979 remake of what he called the greatest German film of all time and what Mike and Dan praise as the best of all the Dracula films. Mike calls Herzog "the Mozart of stilted time," Dan compares this film to part of Gulliver's Travels, and the two of them keep coming up with examples of where Herzog upsets the viewer's expectations in wonderful ways. So set your table among the rats and give it a listen! Please subscribe to the show wherever you get your podcasts and follow us on Twitter and Letterboxd @15MinFilm. Please rate and review the show on Apple podcasts and contact us at FifteenMinuteFilm@gmail.com. Incredible bumper music by John Deley. Twitter: https://twitter.com/15minfilm Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/15MinFilm/ Website: https://fifteenminutefilm.podbean.com/
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MCU Phase 5 And 6 Face Delays What Damian's Been Watching: Universal Monster Movies, Nosferatu the Vampyre, Mother, Smile, Hellraiser (2022), Not Okay What Derick's Been Watching: Hocus Pocus 2, Blonde, Werewolf by Night, She-Hulk, Rings of Power, Kevin Can Fuck Himself, Annihilation Letterboxd Shuffle Last Weeks Picks: Derick- Panic Room, Damian- Capernaum. This Weeks Picks: Damian- The Red House, Derick- Jason And The Argonauts --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/damian-j-sherman/support
The Countdown to Halloween continues! Mike, Mike, Ashley, and award-winning artist Mark Maddox discuss the century-old classic, its inventiveness, influence, and relevance to a 2022 audience. Plus, Dacre Stoker helps set the record straight on the relationship between F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu and Bram Stoker's Dracula. All this, along with Angela's A Geek Girl's Take and Shout Outs! We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and subscribe and rate the show on Apple Podcast, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Spotify, Pandora, Amazon Music, wherever fine podcasts are found, and now we can be found on our own YouTube Channel. Table of Contents 0:00:00 Show Open / Talk To Author Dacre Stoker About Nosferatu 0:31:43 The 100th Anniversary of Nosferatu 1:34:21 A Geek Girls Take 1:37:14 Show Close Links Earth Station One on Apple Podcasts Earth Station One on Stitcher Radio Earth Station One on Spotify Past Episodes of The Earth Station One Podcast The ESO Network Patreon The New ESO Network TeePublic Store ESO Network Patreon Angela's A Geek Girl's Take Ashley's Box Office Buzz Michelle's Iconic Rock Talk Show The Earth Station One Website NSC Live TV Tifosi Optical The New Earth Station One YouTube Channel Dracula Annotated - 125th Anniversary Scream Magazine #40 Bram Stoker Estate Mark Maddox Monsterama Jr Virtual Panels Promos Tifosi Optics Modern Musicology Earth Station Who The ESO Network Patreon If you would like to leave feedback or a comment on the show please feel free to email us at email@example.com Special Guests: Ashley Pauls, Dacre Stoker, and Mark Maddox.
Artists Adam Khalil, Bayley Sweitzer, and Oba, the brain trust behind Empty Metal, visit Screen Slate HQ to speak with Cosmo Bjorkenheim about their latest project, Nosferasta: First Bite. Currently showing at Someday Gallery through October 22 (on the heels of blockbuster screenings at MoMA and Triple Canopy), Nosferasta: First Bite is a radical anti-colonial reimagining of the vampire film with Oba in the title role.On the pod we talk about Christopher Columbus as vampire-pirate, vampirism as time travel, developments regarding Marvel's Blade and Robert Eggers's Nosferatu remake, and why artist Michelangelo belongs in the Nosferasta cinematic universe. Halfway through the pod Oba—who happens to be Screen Slate HQ's neighbor—gets a call that “The Godfather 4” is shooting outside and he has to move his car to avoid being towed. At that point Jon Dieringer hops on mic to co-host and speaks with Khalil & Sweitzer about their collaborative history, how the hierarchy of film sets can be reimagined, Khalil's work with New Red Order, and more.Support the showThe Screen Slate Podcast is supported by its Patreon members. Sign up and get access to bonus episodes, our lockdown-era streaming series archives, discounts from partners like Criterion and Posteritati, event invitations, and more.
If you're a Christian artist, you'll be inspired by Phil Cooke's interview with Philip Shorey, film composer and conductor of the Curse of the Vampire Orchestra performed to the silent film Nosferatu. Shorey shares his journey of trusting God and seeing dreams come true to share the gospel in a unique and creative way. Please like, rate and share this episode! Christian artists will appreciate Phil's new book: “Ideas on a Deadline: How to Be Creative When the Clock is Ticking” Order today and get BONUS resource materials to instantly elevate your creativity. https://www.philcooke.com/ideasonadeadline/ #Audiobook available now! https://adbl.co/3QoD7DE Subscribe to My YouTube Channel and Get More Great Advice https://www.youtube.com/c/philcookeofficial?sub_confirmation=1 New episodes each week. Subscribe and hit the Notification bell to be notified when they go live. Prefer audio? Listen to my Podcast here: https://apple.co/2XbMgDL *Helping leaders navigate their calling and career in today's distracted media-driven culture* Do you have a message or story the world needs to hear? As a Hollywood producer and media consultant, I offer advice for leaders and creatives each week on creative leadership, digital media, branding and marketing strategies, film and TV production – and the faith to take you from where you are to where you want to be in your career. Follow me: Twitter https://twitter.com/philcooke Facebook https://www.facebook.com/philcookepage/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/philcooke/ Podcast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/philcookes-podcast/id1439369056 Find out about Cooke Media Group here: https://www.cookemediagroup.com Other Great Resources: Sign up for my blog and get immediate access to a free download that will inspire your creative leadership at https://www.philcooke.com *More About This Episode* Christian Artists Interview: Nosferatu – Curse of the Vampire Film Composer “I wanted to use my art to make a difference in the world... to bring healing and God's love to this world.” – Philip Shorey Philip Shorey Bio Curse of the VampirePhilip Shorey, a graduate of The Institute of Production and Recording in Minneapolis, has worked in the Twin Cities area as a composer for theatre and film since 2003. He has operated as an activist towards the healing of the human heart, and strives to work his compositions for this seminal purpose. He is the composer and conductor of the Curse of the Vampire Orchestra, and features theatrical statements for: orchestral, choir, electronica, and industrial percussion, set to the classic silent films—Nosferatu (1922) & The Kid (1921). Philip has traveled the world extensively while performing his toy marionette theatre, The Suitcase Sideshow. He has performed in orphanages, refugee camps, prisons, sidewalks, and other unconventional venues—where he has learned a wide understanding of art, culture, and the human condition, which has been a significant influence on his music. Here's Philip Shorey's Inspirational Takeaways for Christian Artists: The church is for you and not against you as a creative. Don't wait. Start with what you have and where you are. God uses little things to do a lot. Get connected. You need camaraderie, connection, accountability as a creative. My greatest asset apart from the Holy Spirit is the fellowship I have with other artists... Find community. Experience other things that get your mind thinking in new directions, that expand your creativity and challenge your thinking. There's nothing I can do that is because of me; it's hundreds of miracles... it's all because of Jesus. If we get that, if we're not seeing a breakthrough then maybe we need to start fasting and praying. Anytime you see something in the Bible – something radical happen – it took a step of faith that was very uncomfortable! Be willing to get uncomfortable and lay your reputation on the line. Trust Jesus because he loves you more than anything and won't let you down. Find out more about the Curse of the Vampire: Curseofthevampire.com Find out more about Philip Shorey and the Suitcase Side Show: https://suitcasesideshow.org Go behind the scenes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZXdHRLV8y8 Follow the Curse of the Vampire Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/curseofthevampireorchestra/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/curseofthevampireorchestra Twitter: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/philipshorey Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4SfkNLRoawA8dgF3sbLUCA (As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. This helps support my channel and allows us to continue making videos like this. Thank you for the support!)
42:08 HELLRAISER 2022 discussion On this week's episode of The New Flesh, Charles Bramesco returns to the show to talk nü-HELLRAISER with Brett and Jesse. October is Patreon bonus awareness month, and we've got a lot planned. The New Fletch podcast is out now, and here's the menu: To be covered on Patreon in October: Rob Zombie's The Munsters, Mr. Harrigan's Phone, Deadstream, VHS 99, My Best Friend's Exorcism, Hocus Pocus 2, The Devil's Workshop, Significant Other, House of Darkness, Bring It On Cheer or Die, Spirit Halloween the movie, and Terrifier 2. And that's all in addition to HALLOWEEN ENDS and all other main events. Before that, tons of horror and movie industry news like V/H/S 85, Nosferatu casting, Run Sweetheart Run, Five Nights at Freddies, Dune HBO show, Penguin HBO show, Chucky season 2, Goosebumps, The Midnight Club, Stephen King Fairy Tale, The Nun 2, and more. The New Flesh podcast is the best horror podcast about horror movies, scary movies, and all things tangentially related to horror, horror movies and the horror lifestyle. Horror franchises, new horror releases, and all the horror news and movie industry news that's fit to print! Subscribe to the New Flesh Patreon for weekly bonus content and more www.patreon.com/newfleshpodcast Subscribe to Brett's new show 'Roger and Me,' a show celebrating Roger Ebert through weekly rewatches of 'At The Movies' with Siskel and Ebert as well as a weekly round-up of reviews of all the new releases out in theaters. It's available wherever you listen to podcasts or you can watch the video feed on YouTube. Apple: apple.co/3PvqgA0 Spotify: spoti.fi/3Pyv1Zl YouTube: bit.ly/3PyD6gG Stitcher: bit.ly/3J5rS0L
Not all things are scary on Halloween. This week we Enjoy Stuff that's spooky, but not too spooky...or is it. Join Jovial Jay and Shua, if you dare! (Go ahead and dare, you'll be fine) Is Halloween too scary for you? Never fear, because we have some movies that will get you in the mood and not give you nightmares. Enjoy some not-too-spooky movies with Jovial Jay and Shua. News Taika Waititi's Time Bandits is progressing and now has some big stars Missing the delivery of your Holiday Toy Catalog? The Amazon Holiday Kids Gift Book has arrived! Director Danny Boyle is going to be directing a dance adaptation of ‘The Matrix' Pop-Tarts Gets Ready for the Holidays With New holiday flavors A Chicago family made a 'Stranger Things' Halloween spooktacular and it is awesome! Make sure you check out our TeePublic store to get ready for the holidays and all the latest fashion trends What we're Enjoying Jay got in the mood for this episode by watching the sequel to Hocus Pocus on Disney+. It was fun, so stay tuned. Shua has been looking for some wacky things to listen to. Or should we say ‘looney' things to listen to. He put on a playlist of Looney Tunes classic music on Spotify that reminded him of some of the classic cartoons. Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout 31 Days of Horror continues! Here is the list of this week's articles: Elizabeth Harvest (2018) Hush (2016) Malignant (2021) The Babadook (2014) Critters (1986) Nosferatu (1922) Frenzy (1972) Check back in to RetroZap every day this month to see what creepy movie Jay will give us next. And don't forget his articles on MCULocationScout.com for some great, interactive maps of filming locations. Enjoy Movies! What do you do when you're a Halloween-loving parent, but your kids are just too young to expose them to The Shining, Friday the 13th, or It? You start ‘em off light! There are all kinds of fun Halloween movies to get your kids addicted to the thrill of the scare, but won't cost you thousands of dollars of therapy later on. (Well, at least not from these movies. Anything else you do to screw them up is on you) This week we look at some of the memorable, Halloween movies that are not too scary and how to Enjoy them. Family Friendly Shows from Our Youth -The Halloween That Almost Wasn't (1979) -Halloween with the New Addams Family (1977) -The Paul Lynde Halloween Special (1976) -Elvira's Halloween Special (1986) Family Friendly for littler kids -Hocus Pocus 1,2 (1993 and 2022) -Casper (1995) -Coco (2017) A little older kids -Addams Family (1991) -Ghostbusters (1984) -Beetlejuice (1988) Those crazy teens -Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) -Little Shop of Horrors (1986) -Army of Darkness (1992) -The Burbs (1989) Other TV Specials -Simpsons Treehouse of Horror specials -Toy Story of Terror on Disney+ -Garfield's Halloween Adventure -Pac-Man Halloween Special That's the list we came up with. And we know there are tons more. What other movies do you like that aren't too spooky? Do you prefer these or are you more into gore? First person that emails me with the subject line, “I'm no scaredy cat” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
We discuss all the hottest topics from the week!‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie' Trailer‘Violent Night' Trailer‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' TrailerOne ‘She Hulk' Episode LeftMichael Waldron to Write ‘Avengers: Secret Wars'Henry Cavill Back as Superman in ‘Black Adam'?Six Seasons and A MOVIEBill Skarsgard and Lily-Rose Depp to Star in Upcoming ‘Nosferatu' RemakeWe Saw ‘Blonde'‘Frasier' Sequel Officially a Go at Paramount+‘The Surreal Life' is Back Baybay!Velma's Gay!?HBO Velma Show Has Its Voice Cast‘The Animal 2' in the WorksNext Bond Will be “Thirty Something”& MUCH MORE!!!Join the conversation on Twitter: @MACandGUpodcast