For this month’s spooky installments of Musical Montage, we’ll be featuring iconic classical pieces that have been used in horror movies over the years and, to kick things off, we have the iconic organ piece Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Bach.
Tons of great stuff out this week including the classic MMPR story “Green with Evil”, the first season of the excellent Brooklyn Nine-Nine and a bunch of complete horror collections, like our Pick of the Week, Halloween: The Complete Collection.
The director of Blair Witch returns to found footage with Exists, where a group of friends on a trip in the woods find themselves targeted by a vicious Bigfoot.
Annabelle, the creepy demonic doll stopped by the Warrens before the events of The Conjuring gets her own spin-off this October.
A group of teens trying to talk to their dead friend instead come into contact with dark forces in this Halloween’s Ouija.
Ant-Man suffers a massive loss, Godzilla 2 is on the way while director Gareth Edwards heads to Star Wars, Alfonso Cuaron may return to Harry Potter and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on a monster sized podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the return of Godzilla, Christopher Nolan’s space odyssey, dumb horror sequels, the full title of Batman vs Superman, Universal’s only Marvel hero and much more.
Zach, Chris and Joe accept Vincent Price’s challenge to spend one night in The House on Haunted Hill for this Halloween Everything Action Commentary.
Our month long horror themed Musical Montage gets closed out by the classic Warren Zevon song, “Werewolves of London” that may have some hidden meaning but seems like just a song about a werewolf running around London.
After returning to his childhood home, Larry Talbot is bitten by a werewolf and becomes one himself and is unable to stop himself from terrorizing the citizens of the nearby town.