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!
Christian of Textual Relations and Good Movies For Bad People returns to the show talk about 1990: The Bronx Warriors (1982) with Richard. It's as relevant to 1990 as it is now! Is your grey matter in your butt? This is the episode where you'll find out.
Simon returns to the show to talk about Twin Peaks again. Just kidding, they're not doing that EVER AGAIN (until the new series has aired). For reals though, they're talking about one of the most convoluted gialli of all time, Autopsy (1975). Wow! It's great. But you should listen anyway as Richard and Simon try and figure out whose boobs they're talking about.
Richard's book, Giallo Meltdown:
And here it is, gang. The final episode with co-host Nafa. Richard introduces the show and says a few words about the passing of his friend. Then he and Nafa talk about a bizarre Kiwisploitation film from 1984 called Death Warmed Up AKA Death Warmed Over. This episode is brought to you by Bruno Lawrence and Cool Whip!
So the end of an era is just on the horizon. This is the second to last of the H!TITDS episodes with co-host Nafa, due to his unexpected passing. In this episode, he and Richard talk about two found footage films, As Above, So Below (2014) and Final Prayer AKA The Borderlands (2013). This episode is brought to you by Taco Bell, Cici's Pizza, Uncle Ray's potato chips, and probably Subway. Climb into the catacombs, good friends!
Jeffrey and Richard get cold. How cold? Well, they get cold as Iced (1988), of course! You should get into your hot tub nude and listen to this episode. Don't want to do that? How about you just make out with a dreamy dude while your friends are sitting awkwardly in the room? Better? Good!
Because YOU demanded it! Jeffrey and Richard FINALLY talk about Werewolf Woman (1976). No wait. Maybe y'all asked them not to talk about Werewolf Woman... ever. Well, it's too late now. Enjoy the show! Awooooo!
The boys are headed back to giallo town, population... them! Nafa and Richard get a little out of their minds trying to discuss Antonio Margheriti's classic gothic chiller Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye (1973) featuring the inimitable Serge Gainsbourg as "Police inspector"! It's an episode for the ages? Or maybe just 2017.