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Classic Horrors Club

A monthly TV and Film podcast
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Happy Halloween from Jeff and Richard as we take a look at the 1960-62 television anthology, Thriller, hosted by Boris Karloff. We each pick two episodes to "review." For Jeff it's Pigeons from Hell and the Weird Tailor. For Richard it's The Hu
The power of Satan compels you... to listen to this month's episode of The Classic Horrors Club podcast! You'll learn how, at the peak of 1970s "Satanic Panic," three movies had more in common than simple devil worship: The Brotherhood of Sata
Jeff and Rich travel through time and space once more for the summer. This time, it's the Riviera Drive-In in Oklahoma City, OK, circa 1977. The monsters are on the revolt and the world is on the brink of destruction as we watch Godzilla vs. th
Jeff and Rich travel through time and space once again this month to visit the drive-in. This time, it's the Moonlite Drive-In in Smithfield, PA, circa 1974. We have a bloody good time discussing Doctor Blood's Coffin (1961), Blood from the Mum
It's that time of year and your backyard isn't the only place where the creepy crawlies come out at night. On a hot summer night in 1957, the South 29 Drive-In in Charlotte, NC, was invaded by giant spiders, preying mantises, and crabs. . Thro
This month we return to a classic horror profile with the star of Dr. Renault's Secret (1942), Fog Island (1945), and Lured (1947), George Zucco. Known as a "spellbinder" on stage and "one-take Zucco" on screen, George Zucco carried a magnifice
Come for the discussion of three mid-40s Universal, uh... classics, then stay for the speculation about the future of physical media collecting. Join Jeff, Richard, and Paula the Ape Woman, with an assist by Joe Carson (thank you, Joe), as they
You, without knowing, can commit murder... Bring a can of WD-40 to oil that squeaky door and join Jeff and Richard as they examine the Inner Sanctum franchise from books to radio to movies to TV. With a focus on the 6-film Universal Pictures
Strap yourselves in; it's going to be a topsy-turvy, shaky, wet ride as Jeff and Richard have fun with three disaster films of the 1970s: The Poseidon Adventure (1972), Earthquake (1974), and Airport '77 (1977.) Don't worry, we'll all survive.
Welcome to the new year: 2133 A.D. Either Dylan Hunt (Alex Cord or John Saxon) or Anthony Vico (John Saxon) wake from suspended animation to find the world has changed. During this month's meeting of the Classic Horrors Club, Jeff and Richard
Happy Holidays! Rich and Jeff end the year with a special holiday surprise: a bonus episode of the Classic Horrors Club Podcast! . If he doesn't make it clear, Rich absolutely loves the 1951 version of A Christmas Carol starring Alistair Sim. H
Join Jeff and Richard on a tour of the life and career of horror icon, Barbara Steele, and as they take a critical look at three of her films: The Ghost (1963), Terror-Creatures from the Grave (1965), and Revenge of the Blood Beast (1966.) Be
Shhh... We're back to our regular format this month with three classic silent films: The Golem (1920), The Phantom Carriage (1921), and The Man Who Laughs (1928.) There may be no talking in these movies, but you know Richard and Jeff will make
You're invited to join us for a party as we celebrate not only Halloween, but also our 50th episode and the launch of our YouTube companion show! . Join Jeff, Richard, and a number of surprise guests that ring our doorbell for Halloween. We pr
Rich and Jeff are honored to have author and film historian David J. Skal as their special guest for this month's meeting. You may have seen David on TCM last Friday night discussing with Dave Karger four of the 62 movies from his latest book,
After last meeting's part one cliffhanger ending, Jeff and Richard return with their Fall Preview TV Guides for the 1973 and 1974 seasons. They watch the beloved Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (Oct. 10, 1973 - ABC Movie of the Week) and Where Ha
Jeff and Richard take a detour on their way home from school to pick up the Fall Preview TV Guide before their subscription issues arrive in the mail two days later. What do they find in its pages for the 1971 and 1972 seasons? Two of their v
Jeff and Richard have a wonderful evening’s entertainment lined up for you, one that will provide several hours of pleasurable relaxation and diversion for you and your family. Did you fail to dress up for tonight’s show? No tie, an old shirt a
Jeff and Richard have a wonderful evening’s entertainment lined up for you, one that will provide several hours of pleasurable relaxation and diversion for you and your family. Did you fail to dress up for tonight’s show? No tie, an old shirt a
Jeff and Richard have a wonderful evening’s entertainment lined up for you, one that will provide several hours of pleasurable relaxation and diversion for you and your family. Did you fail to dress up for tonight’s show? No tie, an old shirt a
A month late, we celebrate the birthday of the lovely Karla Chamberlain with her choice of topic: Sherlock Holmes. We span a mere portion of the character's film history with three thrillers: House of Fear (1945), The Hound of the Baskervilles
Originally posted on July 17, 2017, episode eight of the podcast featured our first live guest, Sam Irvin, author of "The Epic Untold Saga Behind Frankenstein: The True Story" in issue #38 of Little Shoppe of Horrors. With a career spanning ne
From the safety of their bunkers in two different locations, Jeff and Richard connect to discuss the new Blu-ray release of Frankenstein: the True Story, as well as dust off their original segment on the movie from Episode 9. It's a mix of old
The 1930s had been a golden decade for Lionel Atwill. He was one of Hollywood's most highly respected and sought-after character actors. He was earning substantial amounts of money that offered him a luxurious standard of living. He was married
It started in 1972 with an ABC-TV movie called The Night Stalker, continued in 1973 with a sequel called The Night Strangler, and culminated in 1974 with a 20-episode television series called Kolchak: The Night Stalker. Ignoring the 2005 reboot
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