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17.1.18

PODCAST 291: The Funhouse & Humongous [Big Ugly Killer Edition]


This week the Horror Duo take on a pair of '80s slasher film, both of which feature deranged monster like killers with development issues. Forest shares his thoughts on Tobe Hooper's The Funhouse. Cory has a layover in Canada, and discusses Humongous.
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10.1.18

PODCAST 290: Space Hunter & The Vindicator [Canuxploitation Edition]


This week the Horror Duo salute the Great White North by discussing a pair of Canadian produced films. Forest appreciates the strong female lead in Space Hunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone, and Cory plays "which one of these things is not like the other" with Canada's The Vindicator and RoboCop.
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3.1.18

PODCAST 289: The Rocky Horror Picture Show & Shock Treatment


This week the Horror Duo celebrate the New Year with an all singing, and all dancing edition of the show. Forest discusses the making of and the not so supersize cult success of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Cory follows that up with Rocky Horror's less popular, but more satirical sequel Shock Treatment!
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27.12.17

PODCAST 288: The Rapture & We Are What We Are [The God Stuff Edition]


This week the Horror Duo end the year strong with one final pair of family oriented yet very bleak films featuring stories who's characters inevitably question their faith. Forest shares his thoughts on the little talked about film The Rapture. Cory recommends a re-make that is actually worth checking out, and that is the very cannibal We Are What We Are.
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20.12.17

PODCAST 287: Antichrist & The Elf


This week the Horror Duo take on another pair of films curated specifically for the holiday season. Forest covers the family oriented Antichrist by Lars Von Trier. Cory discusses a recent indie film that plays off the popularity of Elf on the Shelf, The Elf.
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18.12.17

MONDO COMMENTARY: Star Wars Holiday Special


Join the Horror Duo and special guest Jos, as they get together to celebrate the holiday season and the 40th anniversary of Star Wars, with yet another Mondo Commentary. Much beer was consumed as the gang discussed the train wreck that is The Star Wars Holiday Special - complete with special appearances by Jefferson Starship, Bea Arthur, Art Carney and Harvey Korman...for some reason.
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