Simon and Richard kick off this year's Hello! This is the Doomed Show Halloween Celebratory Sensation with a little slice of something called Trick or Treats (1982). The hosts then delve into a pair of Halloween Safety films by Centron Education Films from 1977 and 1985. How original! Sort of... There's also a special appearance by house band The Prople who play their hit song "Doomed Moviethon"!
From the depths of the Doomed Show lost files, here's an oldie but goldie! Jeffrey and Richard give a bizarre slasher film the treatment it deserves. In other words, they ruin it. It's The Last Slumber Party from 1988 and hoo boy, things get ridiculous as is the Doomed Show way. This was probably foretold in Revelations. Probably.
Every podcast has to get to The Murder Clinic (1966) eventually and well, it's The Doomed Show's turn. Brad and Richard almost do comedy but decide on something a bit more realistic for their talents. Richard reveals he doesn't know what the word "baroque" means. Oops, spoiler alert!
Simon and Richard use words and sounds to describe Lamberto Bava's Macabre (1980). That's right, it's a frickin' LamBava show! Yay! This is also a listener request from friend of show Derek.
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Listener Derek chose Witchery (1988) from the wiggy world of Italian horror for the Doomers to cover. Jeffrey and Richard approach this challenge with their usual inhuman grace and uncanny aplomb. Blech. These guys, am I rite?
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Simon and Richard talk about two slashers from 1987 and no one even tries to stop them! They also have a little discussion as to when the heck the Golden Era of the Slasher actually ended.
Jeffrey and Richard take a listener request from friend of the show Ted Rawson. He requested that they cover The Urge to Kill AKA Attack of the Killer Computer from the greatest year for technology: 1989! Films AKA movies don't get much weirder than this.
For this giallo double feature, Simon and Richard discuss Short Night of Glass Dolls (1971) and Watch Me When I Kill (1977). Then they talk about a controversial topic... Second Tier Gialli! Whoa! Hope the Internet doesn't collapse! Thanks to Doomed Show supporter Havard for picking Short Night!