Can you hear the pumpkins howling? Or is that just Al Lewis's long-suffering agent? Jeffrey and Richard continue their assault on the Satanic "holiday" known as Halloween with Fright House (1989). Yes, it's an obscure film? But why? You'll have to listen and find out.
Well well well. It's finally October and the first of the Doomed Show's annual spooky as heck Halloween episodes gets going with Dead and Buried. Brad triumphantly returns to H!TITDS to talk with Richard. Things get Halloweeny as heck (emphasis on the weeny). Listen now. Listen forever.
Jeffrey and Richard head back to Mexico for another truly baffling cinematic experience. This time it's Rider of the Skulls AKA El Charro de las Calaveras from 1965. There's free* pizza!
*(not available in all territories)
Richard attempts a solo episode to talk about his books Cinema Somnambulist and Giallo Meltdown. He also gives a long and rambly ramble about the state of the show. There's some cool changes comin'. Check it out.
Longtime listener and supporter of the show, Simon Wright, makes his debut! Richard interviews him and they talk about lots and lots of movies. It's friggin' great. For reals.
Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings or someone's face explodes on the cliff. Whatever! Nafa and Richard talk about one of the greatest gialli ever made, Don't Torture a Duckling (1972). Welcome to giallo town, population: you!
Tyler of Apologize to the Podcast joins Richard to talk about one of the strangest films to come out of 1960s Japan. It's Matango AKA Attack of the Mushroom People from 1963. They also discuss many, many Asian horror films and have a frickin' blast doing it! They also die. Woops!
Suspicion - "Voice in the Night"