Episode 25.5: Year in Horror: 1960, feat. Patrick Ripoll of Tracks of the Damned (part 2 of 2)
RETURN TO THE GREATEST YEAR IN HORROR HISTORY FOR MORE IRONIC PUNISHMENTS, FIERY INFERNOS, CURSED TOWNS, BLOODTHIRSTY WITCHES, AND SEXY LIBRARIANS!
Happy Halloween hangover, everyone! Welcome back to 1960 and a deep dive into three more stone cold classics. Well, more like two classics and a movie that has an awful lot in common with some stone cold classics. Gabe and returning guest Patrick Ripoll of Tracks of the Damned had already talked about Georges Franju’s Eyes without a Face, Michael Powell’s Peeping Tom, and Roger Corman’s (Fall of the) House of Usher in part one and, this time, they’re covering Nobuo Nakagawa’s Jigoku, Mario Bava’s Black Sunday, and John Llewellyn Moxey’s City of the Dead.
00:00 – Jigoku
18:42 – Black Sunday
50:05 – Interlude (other 1960 horror movies)
54:09 – City of the Dead
1:21:07 – Outro
Here’s the complete Letterboxd list that we were originally working from: https://letterboxd.com/gabepowers/list/1960s-horror-movies/
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