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The Andygeddon Podcast Horror Special

15/10/2012

In my mind October equals Halloween which equals Horror Movies and so for the the third episode of the podcast I decided to do something of a horror special. We’ve structured it largely around our suggestions for a Halloween triple bill – three horror films which may not be the best ever made or even necessarily our favourites but which will make for an interesting (and hopefully scary!) night’s viewing.

Fair warning – there are definitely spoilers at work here although we do give warning ahead of time and they are for films that are pretty well known and knocking on a bit, but I’ve listed the three triple bills below to give you a heads up on what we talk about during the podcast so if you haven’t seen any of these films and want to do so 100% spoiler free you can check them out ahead of time.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy the episode, I’m afraid the recurring electronic interference has raised its ugly head yet again (I can’t figure out what’s causing it, I can only assume my house has been built on some ancient mobile phone burial ground) but it’s only intermittent. Hopefully We’ll finally get it sorted out for next time…

THE TRIPLE BILLS

Andy: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974), The Exorcist (1973), A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)

John: The Island Of Lost Souls (1932), Eraserhead (1977), The Shining (1980)

Lawrence: The Haunting (1963), Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1932), Night Of The Living Dead (1968)

EPISODE 3: Horrorgeddon

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