Even with our current sloppy podcast schedule, we can’t not celebrate Halloween here at 101 Towers. So Lewis and Ian have donned their most terrifying and zeitgeist-y costumes (Lewis is a ‘Make America Great Again’ hat, and Ian is a Brexit) and settled down to watch Rosemary’s Baby. Considered by many as the greatest horrorContinue reading “He Has His Father’s Eyes”
Finally our terrifying journey through October, the spookiest month of all, comes to an end with our last Halloween special podcast for 2013. After looking at horror in the 1950s with Night of the Demon and in the 1970s with The Wicker Man, we finish with what is considered a modern classic, 2007’s The Orphanage.Continue reading “One. Two. Three. Knock on the Wall”
In our third Halloween podcast we look at J. A. Bayona’s spooky 2007 film.
In the second of our Halloween horror podcasts, we look at The Wicker Man: The Final Cut, a newly restored version of the classic 1973 British film. We’ve slightly bent the rules this time around – usually we only review films that either one or both of us hasn’t seen before, but we’ve actually bothContinue reading “Come. It is time to keep your appointment with the Wicker Man.”
In our second Halloween podcast we travel to beautiful Summerisle. It’s all about the apples.
Ian’s still wrangling with the editing of our second Halloween podcast, but it should be up this weekend, followed by our third and final Halloween film on All Hallows’ Eve itself. Watch this space…
This year, rather than do a Halloween special, we thought we’d dedicate the whole of October to doing scary movies, and in the first of these Halloween podcasts we review Night of the Demon (or Curse of the Demon as it was known in the United States, for no real reason). Ian first saw thisContinue reading “It’s in the trees! It’s coming!”
In the first of our Halloween specials, we review a classic 1957 British horror movie.
Welcome to our Halloween special: a traditional Hollywood ‘creature feature’ double bill featuring James Whale’s 1931 Frankenstein and its (superior) 1935 sequel, Bride of Frankenstein. As it’s Halloween, this week we’re recording in Ian’s ‘special dungeon’, or as he prefers to call it, his ‘sex attic’. We can assure you that any screaming you canContinue reading “Halloween Special 2012: Frankenstein Double Bill”
Join us in Ian’s ‘Special Dungeon’ with a double bill of Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein.