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Episode 123: Skinamarink (2022)

Roses Are Red
This Movie is Dry
Go Get a Big Knife
Right Into Your Eye

 

Next time on Bride of the Creature: Nicole claims Joey manipulated her into picking Skinamarink. This is NONSENSE, but in the interest of a happy home, she’s picking again. It’s Brandon Cronenberg’s latest: INFINITY POOL

Spooky Town – Episode 1

The feed has been taken over by tiny anarchist goblins! Please enjoy your first visit… to Spooky Town.

 

Next time on Bride of the Creature: Joey really has selected Bob Balaban’s 1993 horror-comedy “My Boyfriends Back” and you’re gonna be in trouble. They have watched the movie! They’re only 3 months late! LIFE HAPPENS, Y’ALL.

Episode 121: Ghostwatch (1992)

This month we’re watching the legendary British television cult classic GHOSTWATCH and also discussing the approximate number of people who are dummies.

 

Next time on Bride of the Creature: Joey has selected Bob Balaban’s 1993 horror-comedy “My Boyfriends Back” and you’re gonna be in trouble.

Episode 120: The Night Strangler (1973)

Like a phoenix from the ashes, we have returned.

After an unscheduled hiatus (we looked all over the damn house for my beautiful KINO special edition blu ray of this film… it’s the one with the awesome Sean Phillips cover art) we’re back to discuss this wonderful TV movie from 1973, and a whole lot besides! This episode could also probably have been titled: “old man yells at cloud.”

Next time on Bride of the Creature: A bunch of rubes got fooled that an obviously fictional halloween special was real. There is a better than average chance that we are going to fight about whether they should have been. Don’t miss next episode when we review GHOSTWATCH.

Episode 119: Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988)

I’ll tell you what I’m going to do with these pies, man! I’m gonna invite you and all your friends over for a pie party! It’s gonna be a really great way to buoy the spirits of the community and bring us closer together!

 

Next time on Bride of the Creature: If you thought Mulder was a sexy, smoldering hunk wait until you get a load of Kolchak! It’s Dan Curtis’ 1973 Kolchak movie “The Night Strangler” (yes, it’s the second Kolchak movie, no you don’t need to have seen the first one, yes you should still watch the first one and the television series).

Episode 118: Werewolves Within (2021)

Easily in the top 3 werewolf movies that reference Mr. Rogers.

 

Next time on Bride of the Creature: What ARE you going to do with those pies, boys? It’s KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE!

Episode 117: Gonjiam: The Haunted Asylum (2018)

We’re gonna get 1,000,000 downloads of this episode… because… it’s HAUNTED*

*not actually Haunted

Next time on Bride of the Creature: WEREWOLVES WITHIN!

Episode 116: Yokai Monsters – 100 Monsters (1968)

This wasn’t the movie I meant to pick… Still, how ’bout that Umbrella guy?

 

Join us next month for Nicole’s pick:

The Bride’s House of Waxing Intellectual – Amityville Horror Part 3

Welcome back to The Bride’s House of Waxing Intellectual. Join me for the third and final installment of our Amityville Horror deep dive.

A big thank-you goes out to Joey Gruszecki for editing and production, Rob Gruszecki for composing, performing and recording the theme song and Alex Lueng for photography. 

A list of research references:

Books:

“The Amityville Horror”, Jay Anson, 1977
“Mentally Ill in Amityville: Murder, Mystery & Mayhem at 112 Ocean Avenue”, Will Savive, 2009
“Danse Macabre”, Stephen King, 1981, p. 163-170.
“The Monster Guide to Horror Movies”, Tim Daugherty, 2009
“Paperbacks From Hell”, Grady Hendrix, 2017.
“Film Theory and Criticism”, Gerald Mast, 1974.
“Thrill Me- Essay’s On Fiction”, Benjamin Percy, 2016.
“Video Dungeon”, Kim Newman, 2017.

Magazines:

“Amityville:The Horror Of It All”, Joe Nickel, Skeptical Inquirer, vol. 27 No. 1, Jan/Feb 2003.

Websites:

“Making of The Amityville Horror”-youtube
“58B. The Sickened Economy”- ushistory.org
Wikipedia 2005 Amityville

Films:

“My Amityville”, directed by Eric Walter, 2013.
“The Amityville Horror”, directed by Stuart Rosenberg, 1979.
“The Amityville Horror”, directed by Andrew Douglas, 2005.

The Bride’s House of Waxing Intellectual – Amityville Horror Part 2

Welcome back to Part 2 of The Bride’s House of Waxing Intellectual. Where we continue our analysis of the Amityville Horror. Part 2 explores the cultural context of the book, the 1979 movie and movie review.

A big thank-you goes out to Joey Gruszecki for editing and production, Rob Gruszecki for composing the theme song and Alex Lueng for photography. 

A list of research references:

Books:

“The Amityville Horror”, Jay Anson, 1977
“Mentally Ill in Amityville: Murder, Mystery & Mayhem at 112 Ocean Avenue”, Will Savive, 2009
“Danse Macabre”, Stephen King, 1981, p. 163-170.
“The Monster Guide to Horror Movies”, Tim Daugherty, 2009
“Paperbacks From Hell”, Grady Hendrix, 2017.
“Film Theory and Criticism”, Gerald Mast, 1974.
“Thrill Me- Essay’s On Fiction”, Benjamin Percy, 2016.
“Video Dungeon”, Kim Newman, 2017.

Magazines:

“Amityville:The Horror Of It All”, Joe Nickel, Skeptical Inquirer, vol. 27 No. 1, Jan/Feb 2003.

Websites:

“Making of The Amityville Horror”-youtube
“58B. The Sickened Economy”- ushistory.org
Wikipedia 2005 Amityville

Films:

“My Amityville”, directed by Eric Walter, 2013.
“The Amityville Horror”, directed by Stuart Rosenberg, 1979.
“The Amityville Horror”, directed by Andrew Douglas, 2005.