Episode 31: Shot-on-Video Horror – Addendum, feat. Patrick Ripoll (Part 2 of 2)
LONG LIVE THE NEW FLESH! OUR BLOODSTREAMS ARE ANALOG DATA! OUR SKIN IS TEXTURED PLASTIC! OUR INTESTINES ARE RIBBONS OF MAGNETIC TAPE!!
Welcome back to SOV hell! Your hosts Gabe and Patrick Ripoll of Tracks of the Damned and Uptown Song Club have nine more movies to talk about, seven of which at least one of them was able to see. This includes a homemade homage to Italian horror, a surprisingly sophisticated slasher shot in Gabe’s hometown, two J.R. Bookwalter films (one good, one not so good), and one genuine transgressive horror classic. Don’t worry, though, this isn’t our “good-bye” to SOV Horror, it’s “see you later.”
Part 2 includes:
Paura il Diavolo (Darren Ward, 1992) †
Evil Night (Todd Jason Cook, 1992)
Humanoids from Atlantis (J.R. Bookwalter, 1992) ∆
Death Magic (Paul Clinco, 1992) †∆
Hellspawn (Mark & John Polonia, 1993)
America’s Deadliest Home Video (Jack Perez, 1993) ∆
Red Spirit Lake (Charles Pinion, 1993) †∆
Ozone (J.R. Bookwalter, 1994) †∆
Jungle Trap (James Bryan, 2016) ∆
† Seen by Gabe ∆ Seen by Patrick
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