I join with Eddie the Axe and Tim Yobo this week on The Bloodybits Horror Show to discuss Fritz Lang’s 1931 classic M, the movie that pretty much invented the serial-killer genre and introduced Peter Lorre to the world. I probably talk too much about Weimar Germany and also tell an anecdote about something super-creepy that happened Peter Lorre’s American daughter Catharine in 1977. Follow this link to the Bloodybits page where you can find all the show notes and download links, or just search for “Bloodybits” in your podcast app of choice. If you like what Eddie and Tim are doing, I encourage you to support them on Patreon, as I do.
It is with great pleasure that I can announce my appearance with Eddie the Axe and Tim Yobo discussing David Cronenberg’s The Fly (1986). If you’re a really long-time reader of this site, you’ll know that this movie has been a fave of mine for just about always, and we had a grand old time discussing it.
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Artwork by Lucy Fidelis
It is with great pleasure that I can announce that my second appearance on Eddie the Axe’s Bloodybits Horror Show where Eddie, Tim Yobo, and I get to discuss David Cronenberg’s early body-horror entry Rabid. We had a lot of fun with this one (it’s always fun with those guys), discussing what body horror is, the continuing relevance of Sigmund Freud in interpreting horror, and how Marilyn Chambers turned out to be a far better actor than most people would have expected. You can listen to or find a place to download the entire episode on this page. Enjoy (but do pray that it doesn’t happen to you).
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