We wrap up our Halloween movie month with Silent Hill based on the video game. Also new release news.
As a special treat, I'm uploading the pilot episode that Cassie and I recorded for our planned weekly podcast covering classic monster movies. We're starting with a look at the original Universal monster movies and kicking it off with Frankenstein. Hope you enjoy it and thanks to Mattia Cupelli for the use of his music for our theme.
It's week three of our Halloween movie festival and Garvis 3 has chosen Predator. With the thinnest of connections to the monster movie genre, he had best be prepared for some level 10 sarcasm from the rest of the crew. Plus new release news.
Week 2 of our annual Halloween month of seasonal films continues with The Halloween Tree, an animated film adaptation of Ray Bradbury's book. We also look at new release news on home video and in theaters.
It's October and that means horror movies for a lot of people. Every year Cinema Toast Crunch dedicates the month of October to reviewing horror movies. But we've reviewed several other horror and monster movies during our first 138 episodes. If you're looking for some suggestions for your Halloween watching this year, then check out these past episodes listed in the order they were originally released. Fair warning, the sound on some of these early episodes is not great, but we were still learning.
Exists and Willow Creek
Alone In The Dark
Kenny And Company
Tremors II Aftershocks
The People Under The Stairs
Cat People (1982)
The Final Girls
Phantom Of The Paradise
Masters Of Horror: Homecoming
The Green Inferno
Silent Night Deadly Night
Train To Busan
The Killer Shrews and The Tingler
An American Werewolf In London
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night
The Night Stalker
Gamera Guardian Of The Universe
Monster On The Campus
Check them out and enjoy. You might just find a new favorite for your Halloween viewing pleasure.