In this week’s episode about the 2002 thriller “Ju-on: The Grudge”, we dive headfirst into the world of Japanese ghost stories and Allen stands strongly in defense of movies that maaayyybe aren’t that great but stay with you for a long time anyway. Topics include the Twizzler effect, the American urge to smash all subtlety, wig attacks, super running and the necessity of Post-It notes. Please take a listen and let us know what you think! If you like it, please also tell a friend.
Next week’s episode will feature our very first foray into the paranormal with the 2002 Japanese tale of curses and ghosts “Ju-On: The Grudge.” Check out the trailer here:
and get ready to download the episode on Monday morning. “Ju-On” is available on Netflix streaming and is also free to stream if you have Amazon Prime, so you have no excuse not to watch it and listen next week!
This week’s episode of Werewolf Ambulance finds us going slightly mad over a movie that is definitely not for the faint of heart. In our review of the 1978 Mexican horror film “Alucarda” we get into Catholicism, high school boyfriends, unexpected beheadings, the strong bonds between women, Satan’s role at an orgy and when it’s appropriate to ask the questions “what?” and “why?” over and over and over. Join us for this descent into madness and as always, we’d love to hear your feedback!
The special outro song in this episode is “Choking on Melting Teeth” from our friend 8cylinder here in Pittsburgh (rhinoplex.org/8cylinder) who has releases available on 10″ records and digital formats at Unmapped North (unmappednorth.bandcamp.com)
We hope you all had a fantastic holiday and are ready to detox with a hefty dose of your dark lord and master, SATAN.
This Monday’s episode is about the 1978 Mexican horror film “Alucarda”. Find a (VERY NSFW!!) trailer here:
and if that strikes your fancy (and really, how could it not?)
here’s the full film:
If you have some time this weekend, definitely try to fit in a screening of “Alucarda”–it is absolute insanity, a perfect compliment to any holiday weekend!
If you’re traveling for the holiday this week, you could do worse than downloading our special Thanksgiving episode of Werewolf Ambulance, “Godmonster of Indian Flats”. Why is it the special Thanksgiving episode? You’ll have to wait until the end to find out. This is our very first guest episode that features our friend Carrie, who brought us this cult classic. Where to begin with this one? We discuss such topics Six Flags: New Jersey, art cars, political “intrigue”, a proliferation of vests, extreme racism, the real reasons women get into STEM jobs and the “Eraserhead” baby. Who were we rooting for in this movie? What is a Godmonster, anyway? All of this will be revealed in Episode 5!
We have a reeeaaally good one for you this week, friends–the very first Werewolf Ambulance guest, our good friend Carrie, has selected “Godmonster of Indian Flats” as her movie to discuss. Please watch the trailer because it is BONKERS.
For those of you playing along at home (and we truly hope that’s all of you), “Godmonster of Indian Flats” is available in its entirety on dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xm7pcs_godmonster-of-indian-flats_shortfilms
Treat yourself to 89 minutes of madness this weekend and then download our “Godmonster” episode on Monday to hear what we thought! As always, we’d love to hear what you thought as well.
We are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the slasher classic “A Nightmare on Elm Street” by waxing poetic about such important topics as parental alcoholism, villains who talk too much, Johnny Depp’s smokin’ bod, bullies, ‘West Side Story’, dream logic and bucketloads of blood. How do the practical effects look in 2014? Does pre-meta-horror Wes Craven stand the test of time? You’ll have to listen to find out!
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