In this episode Joachim "Boobs" Andersson joins Fred and Jason and discuss the late master Jean Rollin! In-between the talk there's also fantastic music from the movies of Rollin, with kind permission from Finders Keepers!
Consider it an audio home invasion when The Human Centipod hosts Jason and Fred discusses home invasion movies with focus on Wes Craven's seminal 1971 classic The Last House on the Left! And remember, it's only a podcast...it's only a podcast...it's only a podcast...
So here it is, episode 16, where Fred and Jason are guested by Joachim Andersson to talk about the phenomena of the Found Footage genre. It's origins, the good and the bad, and also serving up a few recommendation to help you avoid the pitfalls of found footage . And remember to join our page on Facebook for more discussions and awesome facts!
Fred and Jason are back, with lame excuses for lack of transmissions, but a great episode diving into a piece of British television history, and the important influence of Ed and Lorraine Warren on Hollywood true-story horror!
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Finally back after a summer break, The Human Centipod explores the provocative and controversial Cannibal subgenre. Its history; possible influences and the two landmark works Cannibal Holocaust (Ruggero Deodato, 1980) and Cannibal Ferox (Umberto Lenzi, 1981) are subject of discussion.
It's here, the summer episode of THE HUMAN CENTIPOD, where Fred and Jason discuss their reactions to the new Godzilla movie, take a look at Wes Craven's THE HILLS HAVE EYES and talk about movies where vacations go straight to Hell. They also play a few slices of music courtesy of onewaystatic.com
"Like a twelve step program, Fred and Jason are back with a new episode that not only discusses Anthology Horror of current day, but puts it in a historic context and presents a look at a few examples from the last five decades."
In this miniature model stomping extravaganza Fred and Jason discuss the King of the Monsters; GOJIRA. Rant on about kaiju and fantasize about what might be hiding in the fast edits of that latest trailer through their own unique analysis.