Wanting some pop songs to make Psycho III more hip for the MTV generation, Universal tasked composer Carter Burwell with making some but after a few rejected attempts, Burwell put a spin on his score for the electro-pop song “Scream of Love”.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about the original and the new Halloween, The Haunting of Hill House, hipster horror, Psycho, Liam Neeson killing drug dealers with a snow plow, the potential end of The Purge franchise, the convoluted plot of the Pirates franchise and much more.
The proprietor of the Bates Motel, Norman Bates developed a psychotic split personality disorder after a horrific childhood of abuse and his “Mother” personality kills anyone who poses a threat or goes against the twisted morality instilled in Norman by his mother Norma.
Of all the R rated movies that inexplicably got kid friendly cartoons, Troma’s Toxic Avenger might be the strangest as Toxie got a crew of fellow radioactive mutants and set out to save the environment against the evil Dr. Killemoff in Toxic Crusaders.
Get more Smaug this week with our Pick of the Week, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug along with some complete TV series of classic shows and much more.
A solid follow up to Thriller on your Halloween party playlist, Rockwell’s “Somebody’s Watching Me” features Michael Jackson on the chorus and a bunch of references to horror movies and TV.
Anthony Hopkins becomes Alfred Hitchcock in the upcoming biopic, which follows the legendary director as he struggles to make arguably his greatest movie, Psycho.
This week we got news about the CW developing a Green Arrow series, Star Trek 2 starts shooting, the first look at the new Riddick and Expendables 2 goes PG-13.
“What’s my problem, punks like you, that’s my problem. And you better not screw up again Seinfeld, because if you do, I’ll be all over you like a Pit Bull on a Poodle. “
After two weeks of tons of releases, this week is kind of a break with some new releases, a couple TV DVDs and some Anniversary editions.