Twittersode 14 – The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue (1974)

It’s a Twittersode! Willow can’t be here, so I’m talking real quick-like about “The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue!” Or “Let Sleeping Corpses Lie!” Or “Breakfast At Manchester Morgue?” Or “Don’t Open The… Window?” Really? Huh.

081 – Cria Cuervos (1976)

We’re back to Spain with “Cria Cuervos” the final(?) movie in our “Let’s explore the trauma of Fascism through the eyes of a child” series. Willow and I talk about death, guinea pigs, death, Franco, death and death and still have some time left over to contemplate the nature of death. But, honestly, this whole thing is about “Porque Te Vas.” It’s a banger.

079 – Profondo Rosso (Deep Red) (1975)

It’s Giallo Time! This episode, Willow and Phil talk about Dario Argento’s classic “Profondo Rosso” or “Deep Red” or “The Hatchet Murders(?)!” And remember, hot water can scald in wess dan twee seconds!


078 – The Spirit of the Beehive (1973)

We finally did it! We finally saw Victor Erice’s “The Spirit of the Beehive” and talked about it! And it’s just wonderful. Just wonderful.

The Dark Descent – “Vandy Vandy” by Manly Wade Wellman

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This week, Willow and I head off to Appalachia to sing a song with Silver John in Manly Wade Wellman’s “Vandy Vandy.” Do we spot Popeye? Find out!

The Dark Descent – “Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper” by Robert Bloch

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Hoo boy. Willow and I are back with a doozy. It’s the very famous “Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper” by the very famous Robert Bloch and it’s… not great? It’s not very good, y’all! It’s actually pretty bad! But, we do get to talk about Jack the Ripper a lot! Like, a lot a lot.

The Dark Descent – “Belsen Express” by Fritz Leiber

Well, look who’s back. It’s Phil and Willow! And in this episode we’re talking about Fritz Leiber and “Belsen Express!”

The Dark Descent – “Larger Than Oneself” by Robert Aickman

This week, Willow and Phil are barely keeping it together, but they talk about Robert Aickman’s weird weird story “Larger Than Oneself!” Let’s all merge into a glowing ball of light, okay? Anything is better than whatever’s going on here.