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Really Awful Movies: Ep 404 – The Shining and Groundhog Day

In this episode of the podcast, my two favorite winter movies as befitting a cold snap in Ontario.

The two films on the docket are The Shining and Groundhog Day, which best exemplify the winter season spanning two different movies and genres.

In this episode:

  • Cold weather in Ontario
  • Fahrenheit vs Celsius
  • Winter as a setting for horror
  • The Thing and its omission from this list
  • Alien vs The Thing
  • The Shining and Top 10 Horror Movies of all Time
  • Groundhog Day and job/romantic dissatisfaction

Tune in, subscribe and be sure to pick up a copy of the two nonfiction books associated with this podcast, the homage to action films, Mine’s Bigger Than Yours! and the book devoted to weird horror movie kills, Death by Umbrella!

Really Awful Movies: Ep 385 – Dolls and variety in horror

On today’s episode of the Really Awful Movies Podcast, Stuart Gordon’s Dolls. On today’s show, delving into the director’s work, including From Beyond and Re-Animator. Also, the global village of horror. Hotbeds of horror from around the globe, including Poland, Japan, Germany, France, Asia.