David aka “the Cinemonster” joins James to discuss his monstrous creation, the Hooptober Horror Movie Challenge on Letterboxd.com. Our host and guest then give birth to a pair of “baby Hooptober” lists to demonstrate the ever-growing social media phenomenon and give a few horror viewing recommendations to populate your own Hooptober lists.
Cinema Shame’s Halloween Special also flips the Shame script and places our host in the hot seat for his first viewing of Friday the 13th Parts 1 and 2 for a conversation and analyzes how a horror-loving child of the 1980’s somehow avoided the grandaddy (or at least the Great Uncle) of the modern American slasher genre. The conversation then turns to the historical origins of the slasher within film, literature and contemporary popular culture.
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James David Patrick (@007hertzrumble) – Host, lover of horror and crazy cinema challenges.
David the Cinemonster (@ElCinemonster) – Horror lover, expert and Cinema Shame’s resident Dr. Frankenstein.
Music Contained in this Podcast:
“Somebody’s Watching Me” – Rockwell
“Friday the 13th Original Theme” – Harry Manfredini
“Red Right Hand” – Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
El Cinemonster’s Hooptober 4.0 Rules and List on Letterboxd.com
James Patrick’s Hooptober 4.0 Watchlist
Theatre of Fear & Horror: The Grisly Spectacle of the Grand Guignol of Paris, 1897-1962
So Deadly, So Perverse: 50 Years of Italian Giallo Films
Recommended Homework Films:
Bay of Blood (Mario Bava, 1971)
Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key (Sergio Martino, 1972)
Black Christmas (Bob Clark, 1974)
Deep Red (Dario Argento, 1975)
Recorded in October 2017.
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