31 Days of Halloween continues with sex, drugs, and 19th Century poetry in 1986's Gothic.
ENDING MUSIC: Gothic by Paradise Lost
31 Days of Halloween continues as I question the efficiency of the killer's weapon of choice in 1985's The Nail Gun-Massacre.
ENDING MUSIC: Iron Nails Run In by Sarpentra
31 Days of Halloween continues as I check out the 1985 television film The Midnight Hour.
ENDING MUSIC: Dead at Midnight by Horrific
31 Days of Halloween continues with Meg Tilly, E.G. Daily, and telekinetic corpse manipulation in 1983's One Dark Night.
ENDING MUSIC: Enter the Darkness by Kick Puncher
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm taking a look at two films that represent the Horror legacy of Marvel Comics!
Okay...so only one of them is actually an officially licensed Marvel adaptation, but I've already covered the Blade films and I'll be damned if I'm going to watch Man-Thing again (shudder).
Anyway, this week I'm discussing 1980's Tomb of Dracula (aka Dracula: Sovereign of the Damned) and 1992's Doctor Mordrid.
[02:38] Projection Booth Promo
[03:49] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[23:05] Tomb of Dracula (1980)
[48:45] Doctor Mordrid (1992)
[01:15:07] ENDING MUSIC: Even Vampires Fall in Love by Hot Blood
31 Days of Halloween continues as I check out the film that popularized the cinematic portrayal of jiangshi, aka "hopping vampires" - 1980's Spooky Encounters.
ENDING MUSIC: Kung Fu by Curtis Mayfield
31 Days of Halloween continues as I take a bad trip with an uncomfortably close talker in 1978's Blue Sunshine.
ENDING MUSIC: Blackacidevil by Danzig
31 Days of Halloween continues as a supernatural voodoo woman teams up with Baron Samedi to bring righteous zombie retribution to the Mob in 1974's Sugar Hill.
ENDING MUSIC: Supernatural Voodoo Woman by The Originals
31 Days of Halloween continues as Peter Cushing goes kung-fu with the Shaw Brothers/Hammer Studio mashup that is 1974's The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires.
ENDING MUSIC: Creeping Poison by The Legendary Golden Vampires
31 Days of Halloween continues and dives fangs-first into the art house with 1973's Ganja & Hess.
ENDING MUSIC: You Got to Learn, to Let it Go by Sam Waymon
31 Days of Halloween continues with another example of why small children are not to be trusted in 1972's The Other.
ENDING MUSIC: War Inside My Head by Suicidal Tendencies
31 Days of Halloween lurches into the swinging Satanic Seventies with 1971's The Mephisto Waltz.
ENDING MUSIC: Mephisto Waltz by The Misfits
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm indulging in an October tradition by discussing two Stephen King adaptations: 2007's 1408 and 2019's In the Tall Grass.
[01:49] Cult of Muscle Promo
[03:02] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[11:17] 1408 (2007)
[43:36] In the Tall Grass (2019)
[01:13:30] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[01:20:29] ENDING MUSIC: We've Only Just Begun by The Carpenters
31 Days of Halloween continues as I hit the road with an orphaned girl, a kind-hearted ronin, evil gangsters, and a haunt of pissed-off Japanese ghosts in 1969's Yokai Monsters: Along With Ghosts.
ENDING MUSIC: Out of the Grave by Sigh
31 Days of Halloween continues as I see if hundreds of Japanese ghost can take down one Babylonian demon in 1968's Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare.
ENDING MUSIC: Me-Devil by Sigh
31 Days of Halloween continues as I learn that I should have probably done more research before I booked 1968's Satanik.
ENDING MUSIC: To the Edge by Lacuna Coil
31 Days of Halloween continues as I explore one of the earlier African American contributions to horror, 1940's Son of Ingagi.
ENDING MUSIC: Apeman Hop by Ramones
31 Days of Halloween continues as I put on a happy face for 1928's The Man Who Laughs.
ENDING MUSIC: The Man Who Laughs by Rob Zombie
My 10th Annual 31 Days of Halloween begins with the silent film classic The Cat and the Canary from 1927.
ENDING MUSIC: Insanity by King Diamond
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm finishing off my SciTember with a double-barrelled blast of Space Westerns with 1981's Outland and 1985's Space Rage.
[02:38] Chinstroker vs Punter Promo
[03:46] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[10:51] Outland (1981)
[35:42] Space Rage (1985)
[01:06:19] ENDING MUSIC: Gun for Fun by Painters and Dockers
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm continuing Sci-Tember with two socially-conscious odd couple slices of science fiction: 1985's Enemy Mine and 1988's Alien Nation. And speaking of strange, yet complimentary pairings joining me on this episode is the OG-TWoRPer himself, The Cancer Man!
Warning - we go DEEP in this episode, both in our cups and in our conversation. Strap in.
[01:45] Trick or Treat Radio Promo
[03:02] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[39:02] Enemy Mine (1985)
[01:25:37] Alien Nation (1988)
[02:51:51] ENDING MUSIC: Alien Nation by Scorpions
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast my nostalgic Sci-Tember is INVADED by the gents from Invasion of the Podcast as we discuss 1984's The Last Starfighter and 1985's Explorers.
[02:43] CromCast Promo
[03:27] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[21:24] The Last Starfighter (1984)
[01:18:04] Explorers (1985)
[02:15:17] ENDING MUSIC: The Last Starfighter Theme by Craig Safan
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm continuing my nostalgia-fueled SciTember with two films that may be responsible for my generation's love of technology: 1986's Short Circuit and 1987's Batteries Not Included.
[01:26] Projection Booth Promo
[02:37] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[16:32] Short Circuit (1986)
[50:59] Batteries Not Included (1987)
[01:20:00] ENDING MUSIC: Who's Johnny by El Debarge
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm kicking off the month of Sci-Tember, a nostalgic trek through the science fiction films that informed my childhood. Our journey begins in the land of Spielberg, with 1977's Close Encounters of the Third Kind and 1982's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.
[02:10] Cult of Muscle Promo
[03:23] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[11:52] Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
[01:01:28] E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
[01:56:43] ENDING MUSIC: The Magic of Halloween by John Williams
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast, I'm hitting the road with the late, great Peter Fonda, dodging Satanists and small-town Conservatives alike, in 1969's Easy Rider and 1975's Race with the Devil.
[02:43] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[18:54] Easy Rider (1969)
[50:00] Race with the Devil (1975)
[01:21:47] ENDING MUSIC: Born to be Wild by Steppenwolf