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Please note that because iTunes limits the number of episodes displayed to 300, to start at the beginning of my retelling of the story of England, you need to SUBSCRIBE. You'll then find a regular, chronological podcast, starting from from the end of Roman Britain. I’m a bloke in a shed, but I make sure this is good, properly prepared history, and then fill it with my enthusiasm. You’ll find the great events and people for sure – but also some of the byways, of how people lived, their langua ...
 
FANGORIA has teamed up with some of the leading horror genre experts to bring you COLORS OF THE DARK. Join hosts Dr. Rebekah McKendry (professor, Fangoria, writer-director) and Elric Kane (professor, Pure Cinema Podcast, filmmaker) as they take a deep look at the horror genre. Each show explores a specific part of horror history, key players, franchises, deep cut titles, important films, and interviews with some of the genres’ biggest icons. COLORS OF THE DARK PODCAST is presented by the FAN ...
 
A fortnightly podcast all about taking joy in film watching. There'll be: news, reviews of whatever random assortment I've watched recently, a film recommendation, and news of what's coming up in the cinema, all ended with some film facts. Every other podcast I'll have a guest who will bring in three films that they feel passionately about, talk about their film 'speciality' and answer a few fun questions. You may even get some film history & theory thrown in for good measure. My name is Jul ...
 
Exacerbated by several high-profile Hollywood scandals, a wave of anti-Hollywood rhetoric tried to paint the movie capital as a veritable hotbed of crime, licentiousness, and moral transgression. THE SINS OF HOLLYWOOD, published in May 1922, is perhaps the most prominent anti-Hollywood polemic published during this turbulent time in film history. This anonymously-written booklet recounts in sensational, lurid detail the various high-profile scandals that precipitated the firestorm surroundin ...
 
A documentary-style podcast that looks at the history of music in horror films. From NOSFERATU to NEAR DARK and FRANKENSTEIN to FRIDAY THE 13TH, we'll examine what makes these scores tick and what influence they had over the genre. After all, have you ever taken a dip and not heard the theme from JAWS?Narrated by Lisa BrigdenWritten by Charlie Brigden
 
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AH MAH GAWD, we finally made it to the end of the trilogy! Killogy maybe? Yar, indeed it shall be called henceforth. The man and the film that stared out this huge endeavor of an ongoing series of historical audio documents rife with important charismatic commentary. I'm so pleased you made it to the end with me. Thank you! If you enjoy this show, …
 
It's a schooner of a lineup this time, as Lorcan and Michael are trying to hold the defences up for lng enough for the full time whistle to blow. It's the start of a new trilogy, as a Mexican-American soccer startlet Santiago Munez takes a trip to tha Toon to try to make it as a professional footballer. Will he suceed? Will the Toon Army see Champi…
 
This week its all about two movies Quo Vadis? from 1912 or 1913 and Cabiria from 1914. Both are amazing movies in their own right, and in many ways are the first "real" silent films we have seen on this show so far! At least to me, they seem to check all the boxes. If you would like to visit the show's website, you can do so at historyoffilmpodcast…
 
On Episode 19 of Fangoria’s COLORS OF THE DARK Elric and Bekah discuss the new releases ESCAPE ROOM 2: TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS, FEAR STREET TRILOGY, A CLASSIC HORROR STORY as well as their return to movie theaters. The duo then offer up a few of their favorite Vacation set horror films for summer and a mind bending deep cut from the high seas.…
 
This is another intense, long one! A lot of similarities to the Andy Wood story, too. Only he didn't get totally dragged by the film industry twice between '79 and '84. But I came through it all a huge fan of Bette Midler now! What??? Buy me a Book(or coffee, or pants) Alice Echols on Amazon https://pressroom.usc.edu/alice-echols/…
 
This is the first of a planned three episode series about Italian film from before the 1920's and the rise of fascism in Italy. In this very first episode, we cover the earliest origins of Italian film, though much more briefly than we did French film, mostly because there isn't as much written about it. We also go into some detail about the astoni…
 
I tear into some old notes I wrote up with in the early days of planning what would become this very series of shows. Rolling Stone's history of its stupid self is covered, and I give you my recommendations for great rock history books and writers I believe are more than worth paying attention to. Special appearances by Raymond Chandler and Stephen…
 
We got ourselves a long, satisfying road ahead of us, discussing the Chuck Berry in a variety of celluloid presentations. Today's episode will delve into the Chess Records biopic, "Cadillac Records" with a preview of "Go Johnny, Go" which will be our next episode about Chuck. We talk plugging, payola, Alan Freed, Leonard Chess, Chuck getting ripped…
 
The last 15-20 years of Elizabeth's reign have been described as the Golden Age. It's a description that might have seemed incomprehensible to many of the people that lived through it; but it did see the completion of Europe's first comprehensive state system of poor relief. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On Episode 18 of Fangoria’s COLORS OF THE DARK Elric and Bekah discuss the new releases SPIRAL, THE CONJURING:The Devil Made Me Do It, LISEY'S STORY & SNATCHERS. They then delve into Horror comedy and werewolves with Director Josh Ruben and discuss his new film WEREWOLVES WITHIN. The duo close out the show with some 90's Werewolf carnage.…
 
It is a little late, but it is also long! This is one I have been researching and working on for a long time. This week its all about a new kind of serial film–one that takes us out of the light, and into the shadowy depths a criminal and violent Paris. Louis Feuillade takes us to depths not before plumbed by this show, as we give some much deserve…
 
Take a trip through the history of horror movie music as we explore the golden era of the Universal Monsters and the terrifying scores for Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, and The Mummy. Narrated by Lisa Brigden Written by Charlie Brigden All music featured is under copyright of the respect rights owners and is used only for educational purposes.…
 
Forget movies that are a mere five reels long, how about three hundred!? In the United States during the "nickelodeon era" of film history, movies got longer in more ways than the ones we have been covering recently. Some became the first film series with continuing stories! We cover that transition and its greatest star in today's episode! Make su…
 
I just go for it with some of the best bits of the Motorhead story. I can't do it all justice, but there's enough media out there for you to fill in the rest of the blanks yourself, don't you think? Buy me a Book(or coffee, or pants) After recording the Airheads Watch-a-Long Commentary I decided to devote an entire episode to the main man himself, …
 
Take a trip through the history of horror movie music, beginning with the silent era and the masterful NOSFERATU. Listen as the sound era comes on and the potential for film music opens up, ending with a composer named Max Steiner and a certain gigantic primate. Narrated by Lisa Brigden Written by Charlie Brigden All music featured is under copyrig…
 
Just as promised in episode 15, this week we begin our journey through the early influences of feature length movies that will eventually take us into the studio era of the U. S. film industry and D. W. Griffith. Film D'art is more important for what it inspired than what it accomplished, and funnily enough is skipped over entirely in a book I have…
 
This episode is actually a bonus episode, rather than the other “bonus” episode I’ve released, which were 30 minutes long and took weeks to make. This episode gets a little heavy, but suicide is a heavy subject. If you, or someone you know, is having suicidal thoughts, know that there is help. In the United States, you can visit https://suicideprev…
 
16- The Stars are Born Here it is, episode 16, which in my heart, is the Kill Bill Vol. II of the podcast. This one pares a lot with episode 15, so I have a couple of brief recaps to the last episode to make the episode flow a little better. I played a clip from Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal from 1982, and was very tempted to play the emperor’s dea…
 
On Episode 16 of Fangoria’s COLORS OF THE DARK Elric and Bekah dive into new releases THE INITIATION, THINGS HEARD & SEEN & FRIED BARRY. Then it's back to the 80's with a trip around the world as the duo countdown their Top Ten Non - US Horror films of the 1980's. It's a great world of horror!由FANGORIA Podcast Network
 
This is actually the first of a two party episode that I was originally going to call "Trustbusters." This week, we cover the early events of Carl Laemmle's life, and see the feature film become the dominate form of cinematic presentation in the United States. Next week its the star system and the exodus to California, where the center of film prod…
 
This was a wonderful episode to produce, even if it was tricky. If you would like to learn all of the things that I didn't get too in this episode, like some of the wonderful names nickelodeon’s had, I really can't recommend At The Picture Show: Small-Town Audiences and the Creation of Movie Fan Culture by Kathryn Fuller enough. I wish their was an…
 
I yammer about my cunning misdirections used to victimize my own audience, my self-serving deviations from the methodology of any semblance of appearing to be a proper historian, and I provide you with some tools to evaluate whether or not the music podcast or youtube channel you subscribe to is a complete waste of time. Buy me a Book(or coffee, or…
 
On Episode 15 of Fangoria’s COLORS OF THE DARK Elric and Bekah dive into new releases SASQUATCH, THE POWER, BLOODTHIRSTY, BOYS FROM COUNTY HELL before turning back the clock to the 80's with VOYAGE OF THE ROCK ALIENS. The duo then countdown their Top Ten Horror films of the 1980's with a few rules in place to help guide the lists for a few Deep Cut…
 
The final chapter in the cinematic career of Cliff Richard sees him play a greedy businessman moving to Birmingham and setting up a burger business whilst trying to broker a deal between the warring political factions. It's a musical that can't decide if it's a musical, but will the BOWOB lads decide if it's worthy of derision or an underrated gem?…
 
On Episode 14 of Fangoria’s COLORS OF THE DARK Elric and Bekah dive into PANIC FEST and review festival films THE DJINN, THE LAST MATINEE, CAVEAT & THRESHOLD. Bekah breaks down her journey through the entire HELLRAISER franchise and then the duo are joined by the horror icon Barbara Crampton & Director Travis Stevens for an in-depth discussion on J…
 
The reason my voice sounds just a little off is because I have been pretty sick for more than a week now. This is far and away the best I have sounded in a while though, so I went into the makeshift recoding booth and gave you my best! This week's show its all about the growth of cinemas's audiences and industry, and attempts by powerful people (mo…
 
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