Corn syrup, red food coloring, and coffee!
Join the DBFS as we celebrate the 40th birthday of Producer Matt as well as a horror classic talking Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi's car, the necronomicon, horror gore in the 80's, the disregard for windows, give some hot takes on the sequels, Ash Williams as the "final girl", the regrettable tree rape scene, a possible female centric reading of the films story and themes, haunted Airbnb's, how it got to the Cannes film festival, Stephen King's involvement, the Coen brother's involvement, the terrible filming conditions, Raimi's scrappy DIY hustle, cult films, and the zooming through the woods.
So rent out a theater and have them play this podcast for an in depth The Evil Dead film analysis!
(Special Guest: Matt the Producer)
It's the night of the living dead beats!
Join the DBFS as we discuss the birth of the zombie, George A. Romero, having a black lead character in the 60's, the meaning of the tragic ending, watching the full movie on Wikipedia, COVID allegory, hiding in the basement vs. boarding up the house, what makes a good horror film, a review of the sequels but especially Dawn of the Dead, the realism of the news footage, the metaphors for racism, a vain search for some feminism in the movie, and share our strategies for surviving the zombie apocalypse.
So smash that play button right between the eyes for an in depth Night of the Living Dead film analysis!
(Special Guest: Jessica Baxter)
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We're keeping Spooky Season going!
Join the DBFS as we discuss our third John Carpenter film, talking gore and monster effects, body horror, the box office bomb, Kurt Russell, the source material, Antarctica, H.P. Lovecraft cosmic horror, that terrible flying saucer in the begining, blaming the Norwegians for not stopping that dog, the Apocalypse Trilogy, losing sense of self, distrust, the ambiguous ending, Kevin's sequel idea: The Thing In New York, different possible allegorical messages including Cold War paranoia, fear of Communism, the AIDS crisis, loss of masculinity, and even COVID-19!
Light up that flame thrower and hit play for an in depth The Thing film analysis!
(Special Guest: Mute Neighbor)
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It's Spooky Season deadbeats! Trick or treat!
Join the DBFS as we talk found footage, getting lost in the woods, snot bubbles, teenagers arguing, different types of horror movies, what scares us, not seeing the witch, happy accidents, the internet ad campaign, the improvised film technique, the missing or dead cast, Cannibal Holocaust and Paranormal Activity, indie film making, the failed Book of Shadows and it's original concept, is there even a witch?, is it a serial killer?, is Mike the killer?, is it supernatural?, and try to imagine a found footage film that isn't horror.
Smash that play button for an in depth The Blair Witch Project film analysis!
(Special Guest: 24 Flames Per Second Podcast)
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Death to podcasts! Long live the new flesh!
Join the Dead Beat Film Society as we talk body horror, David Cronenberg, Debbie Harry's timeless beauty, the wacko James Woods, VHS vs. Betamax, analog 80's technology, cyberpunk, the rarest VHS cassette, stomach vagina, slimey hand guns, psychosexual tendencies, BDSM, Rick Baker and practical effects, snuff films, the history of Faces of Death, getting tapes from sketchy places, the original Ring tape, government conspiracies, losing your mind, the alternate ending, picking up weird television signals, public access TV, and how you can make techno-horror in the internet age.
Slip in a pulsating cassette and press play for an in depth Videodrome film analysis!
(Special Guest: VHQuest Podcast)
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Spooky Season is here Dead Beats!
Join the DBFS as we discuss two films, Dario Argento, Luca Guadagnino, witchcraft, covens, the three mothers, what makes a horror movie, just how much gore Emily can handle, the neon lighting and bright colors, feminism, female centric films and the men who make them, Catholicism, the occult, giallo, Tilda Swinton, remaking a classic, mansplaining, the importance of 3's, Goblin, Thom Yorke, Baader-Meinhof, and the Id, Ego, and Super Ego.
Sacrifice a man for an in depth Suspiria film analysis!
(Special Guest: Amie Simon)
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