Every day is Halloween on the Doomed Show. But the Halloween Hayride is making its last stop before witches and Satan eat all of their manly candy. Until that happens, Brad and Richard talk about One Dark Night from 1982. Then they talk about Brad's sacred Halloween rituals. Enjoy!
The Halloween Hayride is officially lost in the woods! Scott and Richard talk about one of the most misguided but secretly entertaining sequels of all time. Blair Witch 2 from the year 2000 is the subject of this episode. They also have two top 5 episodes full of candy corn.
Please don't kill us! It's okay if you do. Simon and Richard talk about Mario Bava's 1966 masterpiece, Operazione paura. They also talk spooky topics that range from chilling to scary!
Simon and Richard talk about this hospital slasher and much fun is had. If you think you're cool, you totally are. Thanks for listening! This episode was edited while Hurricane Irma was bearing down on the west coast of Florida. Let's hope it's not the last episode!
*queue dramatic music, bruh*
Jeffrey and Richard talk about LamBava's quasi-remake of Mario Bava's Black Sunday, Demons 5: The Devil's Veil AKA La maschera del demonio (1989). Was Richard too sick to record? Yes. Did he let that stop him? Unfortunately no. As usual, things get strange and out of control but that's what LamBava is all about. Enjoy!
The priest did it! The priest did it! Which would be a spoiler if this movie had a priest in it. Anyway, Simon and Richard talk about The Crimes of the Black Cat (1972), a fun giallo which everyone should see if they're willing to track it down. Even more exciting, Simon officially joins the Doomed Show team. Welcome him or suffer the cat claws of doom! (Oh and Richard plugs his book at least twice.)
Giallo Meltdown (Richard's book):
In what could be the most rockin' episode of H!TITDS, Jeffrey and Richard talk about one of the most unfairly (or maybe fairly) obscure Italian horror films. From the mind of Luigi Cozzi in 1989, it's Paganini Horror! This one's got Donald Pleasence and his little demons and Daria Nicolodi and her not so little shoulder pads. Both are lovely!