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What Genre Is It Anyway? #2: The Thing (1982)

What Genre Is It Anyway? #2: The Thing (1982)

Dave and Ash put on their winter gear to revisit John Carpenter’s masterpiece of sci-fi/horror The Thing. 

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VIDEO: Attack of the B-Movies: They Live (1988)

VIDEO: Attack of the B-Movies: They Live (1988)

Johnny returns to review John Carpenter’s alien invasion classic. 

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CULT CORNER: Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)

CULT CORNER: Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)

Is John Carpenter’s low-budget siege thriller still a nail-biting experience over forty years later?

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It’s an 80’s Thing: Revisiting Stranger Things – Season 1

It’s an 80’s Thing: Revisiting Stranger Things – Season 1

With the second season now streaming on Netflix, Richard revisits the first batch of nostalgic horror from the Duffer Brothers. 

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PODCAST: It Came from Across the Pond #7: “Best Horror Movies Ever”

PODCAST: It Came from Across the Pond #7: “Best Horror Movies Ever”

The boys return for HORROR MONTH to pick their favourite scary movies of all time. Did your favourite make the cut? 

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CINEMA CLASSICS: The Thing (1982)

CINEMA CLASSICS: The Thing (1982)

Is John Carpenter’s remake of a 1950s classic deserving of masterpiece status? Cal gives it another watch. 

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CULT CORNER: Prince of Darkness (1987)

CULT CORNER: Prince of Darkness (1987)

Rod revisits one of John Carpenter’s most undervalued efforts. It’s going to be biblical. 

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CULT CORNER: Christine (1983)

CULT CORNER: Christine (1983)

John Carpenter makes the most of one of the lesser Stephen King titles in this killer car opus.

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SquabbleCast #15: “Fine Carpentry”

SquabbleCast #15: “Fine Carpentry”

Ross Hadlington, film buff, joins Dave for a trawl through the cinematic catalogue of the legendary John Carpenter. 

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Marvel’s First Family: Revisiting Fantastic Four (1994-1996)

Marvel’s First Family: Revisiting Fantastic Four (1994-1996)

Has there EVER been a good adaptation of Fantastic Four? We take another look at the ’94 series. 

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