Daniel is joined by the host of the Schlock and Awe Podcast, Lindsay Wilkins, to discuss a double-feature of movies about egotistical actors turning to murder. The immortal Billy Wilder classic Sunset Boulevard and the Vincent Price Shakespeare-sploitation epic Theatre of Blood! Daniel & Lindsay take a deep-dive into these classic Gothic films, and their mutual love for Billy Wilder, Vincent Price, John Woo, and Scott Adkins ("the flippy guy").
Monday, November 30, 2020
COBWEBS Ep. 49 - Sunset Boulevard & Theatre of Blood
Monday, November 23, 2020
COBWEBS Ep. 48 - Black Sunday & The Lords of Salem
Cobwebs gets witchy! Daniel is joined by Rob Zombie super-fan Cris Hurtado to discuss two witch movies, one classic and one modern. Mario Bava's Black Sunday and Rob Zombie's The Lords of Salem! Together they discuss the balance between horror visuals and character work, and go in depth on the controversial filmography of Rob Zombie. Grab your brooms and let's go!
Monday, November 16, 2020
COBWEBS Ep. 47 - Dracula Has Risen From the Grave
Dracula has risen! Daniel is joined again by Matt Bledsoe from the Film Feast podcast to dive into the fourth Hammer Dracula movie. Dracula Has Risen From the Grave! They discuss the merits of this underrated flick in the Hammer catalog, and gush about their excitement for the upcoming Vinegar Syndrome sale.
Monday, November 9, 2020
COBWEBS Ep. 46 - Amicus Anthology Horror!
The first Cobwebs deep dive into Amicus Horror Anthologies! For this very special episode, Daniel is joined by Jinx from the Scream Addicts podcast to discuss each of their favorite anthologies from Amicus. Tales From the Crypt (1972) and The House That Dripped Blood (1971)! Were Daniel and Jinx really dead the whole time? Listen to the end to find out...
Monday, November 2, 2020
COBWEBS Ep. 45 - Targets & Madhouse
Horror movies were meta before Scream??? This week Daniel is joined by YouTuber and friend of the podcast Ryan Ruple to discuss two classic horror movies starring aging horror icons playing aging horror icons. Targets (1968) and Madhouse (1974)! We've got Boris Karloff, Vincent Price, and plenty of meta commentary about the horror genre.
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