My biggest thrill doing this podcast is getting to talk to people about this stuff.
I really want to start conversations with you…and now I get to!
Recently, an H4H listener named Bradley J. Kornish started an email conversation with me. Continue reading “Episode 018- Interview from the Abyss: Bradley J. Kornish”
Movies last a couple of hours, but you spend significant time with a book.
Reading is a direct upload of words that transition into your own images that go right to your brain. It can be powerful.
And horror books let you live with the scare and the thrill for days! Continue reading “Episode 017- Taboo Texts: Horror in Print”
In this special edition of Hellbent for Horror I review the new movie Blair Witch 2016, directed by Alex Wingard.
This is a sequel to The Blair Witch Project, and I can’t help but think of this new movie in relation to the original. So, that’s what I do in this episode.
I recorded some of my thoughts about both movies. Continue reading “Episode 016: Are You the Good Blair Witch, or the Bad? My Review”
Coppola, Scorsese, Friedkin, Altman, Penn, Bogdanavitch, Spielberg…
You’re damn right.
All of these directors earned their place in Cinema History.
Each of them made at least one great movie that made an impact where the film changed the direction of how movies look and feel. Continue reading “Episode 015- You Can’t Argue With a Confident Man: John Carpenter”
Here’s the answer to last week’s contest: It Happened in Utah!
The Movie: The Car (1977)!
And it seems I need to come up with another idea for a contest. I received zero responses, so the people have spoken by not speaking!
I’ll come up with something more fun… Continue reading “Territorial Terrors -002- Answer! “The Car””
This Week: It Happened in Utah!
The “SPLAT” marks the spot for the location where this weeks “Horror Happening” happened!
Name the Movie from the clues!
Continue reading “Territorial Terrors-002:It Happened in Utah!”
Well, I’m learning as I go on working contests.
The last movie was “Just Before Dawn” (1981) Continue reading “Territorial Terrors Contest 001- Answer”
You tell me:
Why is Silence of the Lambs billed as a “psychological thriller,” and not a horror film?
It looks and acts like a horror movie. Or is it that when movies hit it big with the general culture that we can’t label them horror movies? Continue reading “Episode 014- We’re Dealing With Volatile Substance”
Tarantula! One of my favorite Atomic Age Horror Films. Remember, Big Bugs Equal Big Bugs! Find out more on Episode 13 of H4H.
Tarantula! One of my favorite Atomic Age Horror Films.
Remember, Big Bugs Equal Big Bugs!
Find out more on Episode 13 of H4H.