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Horror Icon Mini-Marathon: Adam Green

Usually, horror filmmakers end up descending into the work-for-hire world of television direction after their career has waned a bit and the studios are no longer calling. In the case of Adam Green, he began in television, made his segue to the big screen, and used that clout to go back to television for the most popular work of his career.

BGH Classic Pack - "It's Better With Two... or Five"

On this week's podcast we're reviewing the super-anthology film "The ABCs of Death." Twenty-six filmmakers, twenty-six short films. It's a road we went down most recently with "V/H/S," which turned out better than we probably would have thought. But we've also had a good time with some of the other anthology films on the show.

Episode 189 - "Chillerama"

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Its a smorgasbord of hilarious horror on this week's show.

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Chillerama (REVIEW)

If I had to guess, I would assume that nostalgia plays a huge role in a lot of horror fans love of the genre. Personally, I know that when people ask me why I like and write about genre flicks, my go-to answer usually involves growing up watching these films with my father and childhood friends. Given that I grew up as a child of the nineties, anthology horror in particular triggered that nostalgic feeling more than almost anything.

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This week we discuss alchemy, camera technology, a first time guest host joins the show, and we review "As Above, So Below".  

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