The boys are back in town.
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”
One of the finest horror films ever made.
It may not be the best John Carpenter film, but dammit, They Live is something special.
In a belated Halloween podcast, we review this classic Hammer film.
After reading Stuart Barr’s review of the bonkers 1985 film Lifeforce, a movie with the twin appeals of space vampires and a Patrick Stewart cameo, I decided I had to sample its lunacy for myself. And seeing as Lifeforce is directed by Tobe Hooper, it seemed like a good opportunity to do a movie marathonContinue reading “Tobe Hooper: A Retrospective”
Featuring The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Poltergeist and the utterly bonkers Lifeforce.
You may have noticed a lack of podcast last week – unfortunately we’ve just been too darn busy to record one recently, what with work commitments and frantic Christmas preparations. On top of that, we’ve been going to a heck of a lot of screenings recently – for once, we’ve actually been too busy watchingContinue reading “Too many films to talk about”
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.