This month, our fine teacher Ray DeLancey and his sidekicks Pete Wright and Tommy Metz III dive headfirst into the hairy world of werewolves in film.
The trio takes on the troubled works of film adaptations of H. P. Lovecraft!
Tommy is back in the big chair right over the drain in the dark in the basement and he’s brough the experimental treat, Skinamarink, for the viewing discomfort of Pete and Ray.
Lester Ryan Clark and Kynan Dias join us from The Exorcist Minute with a set of films hand-picked to help us understand the genesis and genius of demons and demonic possession in film.
What is that constant buzzing? It’s the Fly! And it’s coming to realign your genetic material! This month, Ray DeLancey leads Pete Wright and Tommy Metz III in a lesson on the history of the big-screen bug-eyed monster made popular in 1958, then popular and disgusting in 1986.
It’s dark. The middle of the night. Wait, did you hear that? The sliding door to the back of your house? That creak in the floorboard? Did the dog just bark, or was that a dream? You’re all alone in your home… but are you? This month, Pete Wright, Tommy Metz III, and Ray DeLancey come together for a tour of 15 home invasion horror films spanning nearly 50 years.
Our very own Tommy Metz leads us on a harrowing tale of tropes this month. We start with the Book of the Vampyre as depicted in 1922’s “Nosferatu” and beyond, then pose the most important question three men could ask about horror movies: is the Final Girl a feminist icon?
In which Ray reviews the Universal sequels to Frankenstein as there are some interesting things to take note of.
A tour down very early memory lane as Ray DeLancey hosts Kyle Olson and Pete Wright in a review of Frankenstein (1910), Frankenstein (1931) and The Bride of Frankenstein (1935).