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I mean, we all know why we're here, to talk about this particular '80's horror-action-sci-fi mashup. Sure, there's the horror of nuclear war (timely!) and the fear that someone could invade our dreams using psychic projection. But here on Let's Scare Matthew Price to Death we're interested in true, paralyzing, childhood dread, and for that, you need the m-f'ing Snake Man that comes barreling out of this movie and makes you wish you could just hide until he goes away. My guest is Dave Voigt and he bring all the fun and expertise that's always on display at his online home, In the Seats. We talk Dreamscape, so join us for a trip down memory...brain?
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This episode has been expertly curated and processed on clean, white, high quality storage bits - handcrafted by the finest artisans all while a pristine soundtrack of various songs by Huey Lewis play in the background. My guest is Lola Landekic, one half of the mighty and impressive Art of the Title. Join us for a fantastic discussion of Mary Harron's American Psycho. 
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Fifty years is long enough to know what scares you, and our guest this week is turning that auspicious age the same day this episode is released. So Happy Birthday to David Followes, half of the ever sporadic but always popular DrinkAlong with Dave and Jeremy podcast right here on Modern Superior. Dave chose the The Changeling, and I couldn't have been happier or more downright gleeful to get to talk about this great Canadian spook fest! Make sure you aren't alone in the house and join us.
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Always a pleasure to get to visit with an old friend - and also make a new one. The Thing is just the best in every way, and getting a chance to dig deep into why it works so well and remains so scary was really a treat. My guest this week is Laura DiGirolamo - writer for Exclaim! and co-director of the very nifty Bloody Mary Film Festival in Toronto. 
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I could not WAIT to record this - a huge conversation with someone I deeply respect, about the movie that caught everyone's attention this year. Get Out, Jordan Peele's brilliant chiller/satire/political allegory. Getting to talk it out with Courtney Small, writer and co-host of Changing Reels is a present I give to myself, and to all of you. Delightful, to say the least.
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When all things are aligned and in lockstep I am lucky enough to record an episode this good. It Follows, the viral sensation about a supernatural virus, with my guest Kat Angus - herself a viral sensation. Who says we don't plan these things? Kat is also the co-host of the truly excellent I Hate it but I Love it podcast! I came into this a sceptic, but left a believer, and if you weren't there already I think you will be by the time Kat is done.
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YEAH! We did it! WE DID IT! So many folks came out to help us end our first season in so much style. Wes Craven's The Serpent and the Rainbow had a fantastic showing at The Royal Cinema in Toronto. After the movie Casey Lyons, Alia Miller, Greg LeGros, David Followes, Wordburglar and Engineer Cody Dan Gorman were all great friends to help me leave you guys with a big fat fun finale. Enjoy, and we will be back next spring with season TWO and more tries at scaring me to DEATH!
We don't number our episodes and I'm happy for you to access them in any order. Still, I couldn't be more pleased to be releasing this one in October as everyone gets ready for Halloween. Quintessential horror movie icon Vincent Price plays dress-up and we get to play along with him in Theatre of Blood. An oldie but a goodie, as they say. My guest is critic and television personality Thom Ernst. Thom is a film writer and critic and was host of the much beloved Saturday Night at the Movies. Sit back, enjoy and start thinking about your costume!  
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At some point the fabulous Guillermo Del Toro was going to get a film on this show. There's no film better than his amazing, ghosty "boy's adventure" The Devil's Backbone. There's no one better to talk about it with than the learned and insightful Shelagh Rowan-Legg. Shelagh has programmed for the Toronto After Dark Film Festival, and isa  regular contributor at Twitch. Politics, greed, war, wooden legs and drownings make for a heck of a great talk. Enjoy!
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This is one of "those", and by those I mean incredibly scary intense movies with an incredible amount of gore. Also there is philosophy, more than you'd think for a movie pitched this high on the crazy scale. Pascal Laugier's Martyrs is one those love 'em or hate 'em affairs, and I was lucky enough to sit down with freelance writer, editor and friend Ariel Fisher to talk about it. (SPOILER: She's firmly in the "love 'em" category). I loved this chat, and think you'll love it too.
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Is that sound the house settling, or is somebody in the wall? I'm practically scared to death and my money is definitely on wall person or persons. My amazing guest Sheila Campbell stopped by to scare me to death with Wes Craven's socially conscious (for 1991) The People Under the Stairs. Sheila stars in Astron 6's fantastic Giallo The Editor (Buy it!) and has 4 other films coming out soon. Our talk is fantastic, great acting is a HUGE part of being able scare someone (to death) and her perspective is really enlightening. 
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Boy oh boy oh BOY is this a fun movie to talk about. Musician and Modern Superior stablemate Casey Lyons scared me silly with the greatest werewolf movie of them all, An American Werewolf in London. I love the movie, and the two of us dug out some nice meat that was left on the bones of this 1981 horror comedy classic.
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It's back to cases, as we return to the setting of the very first episode of our show, a haunted house. but The Haunting might be the best looking horror film ever made - Director Robert Wise certainly aims for that, pulling every great camera and editing trick he learned working on films like Citizen Kane. Peter Kuplowsky chose this, and he might be the most enthusiastic film scholar and programmer in the world. The answer is most likely probably maybe yes to both. Now listen, and decide for yourself!
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Podcast Details

Created by
Matthew Price
Podcast Status
Finished
Started
Mar 1st, 2015
Latest Episode
Dec 17th, 2017
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
43
Avg. Episode Length
25 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic

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