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Episode 100: Hellraiser 1 – 4

WE HAVE SUCH SIGHTS TO SHOW YOU!!!
It’s the 100th episode and Joey finally gets his chance to subject Nicole to his favorite horror franchise (at least the first 4 installments). It’s Clive Barker’s HELLRAISER

Next time on Bride of the Creature:
We break off another hundo and Nicole starts this one out with her pick of: ZODIAC

Episode 99: Creepshow (1982)

Greetings, Boils and Ghouls! eeeeehehheehehehehehehehehe!

This month George Romero and Stephen King pay tribute to the horror comics of the 1950s with their anthology horror compilation CREEPSHOW

Next time on Bride of the Creature:
Our 100th episode Spooktacular. To celebrate, we’ll be watching the first FOUR Hellraiser films! We have such SIGHTS TO SHOW YOU.

Episode 98: Dark Water (2002)

Nicole is still reeling from the Tokoloshe and is a little squirrelly this episode. Joey selected Hideo Nakata’s J-horror masterpiece DARK WATER

The countdown to episode 100 continues next month with Nicole’s selection of George Romero & Stephen King’s CLASSIC EC Horror Comics tribute CREEPSHOW.

Episode 97: The Tokoloshe (2018)

Don’t blame me, Nicole picked this one. It’s supposed to be South African folklore. Will it deliver? or will we get cliche, half-baked, non-sensical Silent Hill ripoff? Listen and find out! (It’s the second one. This movie sucks)

Everyone can relax. Joey is once again steering this ship… and because he’s a predictable, weebo loser he’s steering it back to the land of the rising sun. Join us next time for our rundown of HIdeo Nakata’s DARK WATER

Episode 96: Nosferatu (1979)

Joey finally finds an excuse to go on about Werner Herzog as we watch his 1979 Nosferatu remake.

Nicole has chosen Jerome Pikwane’s “THE TOKOLOSHE” from 2018 for the next episode.

Episode 95: Robin Redbreast (1970)

B-B-B-B-B-BONUS-S-S-S-S-S EP.

1970s British TV Folk Horror. DIG IT

Reminder: For the regular march, Joey has chosen a Werner Herzog movie because of course he has. NOSFERATU, THE VAMPYRE from 1979



Episode 94: The Fly (1958) VS The Fly (1986)

A classic Sci Fi mystery and one of the greatest body horror films of all time go head to head as we contrast and compare both versions of THE FLY

For March, Joey has chosen a Werner Herzog movie because of course he has. NOSFERATU, THE VAMPYRE from 1979



Episode 93: Blade of the Immortal (2017)

This month Joey chooses the 100th feature film of Takashi Miike; “Blade of the Immortal” and bloodworms and bodycounts are discussed. Incidentally, “Bloodworms and Bodycounts” is the name of my Cradle of Filth cover band.

Next time Nicole has decided that it would be a good idea to dust off the VERSUS format for the shortest month of the year. So join us next time as we discuss, compare and contrast both the 1958 and 1986 editions of THE FLY.



Episode 92: The Dead Don’t Die (2019)

Once again an audible was called for… reasons. We get into in the episode, but we ended up watching Jim Jarmusch’s laconic zom-com “The Dead Don’t Die”. It’s about zombies… you know, “ghouls”… the undead.

Next time Joey is back on his weebo bullshit and we’re watching another japanese movie. Blade of the Immortal!