[Julie Bishop] gets carried a lot in this movie, too—I mean physically picked up and carried around. Yeah, she’s kind of a light-looking girl. Yeah. Maybe she has hollow bones. Could be descended from dinosaurs.— ,
The Black Cat @0:24:55
And here she’s figured it out: [Steven] Marcato is Roman Castevet—which isn’t worth that many points in the Scrabble paradigm. … ‘Roman’ is worth 7 and ‘Castevet’ is worth … 13.— ,
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They’re all whispering, and they’re walking down the hallway. And they’re coming coming upon the door. And this is one of the best jump scares ever filmed in a motion picture.— ,
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The Black Cat (1934)
- Very good work from Terror Transmission on the Universal horror classic. They delve into the background of the actors and the changes to the script that changed the whole film. David Manners slinked out of Hollywood to keep from being exposed as a homosexual. Does not sync with the movie.
Zarban on 2010-06-02 23:59:35
Black Christmas (1974)
- Whoa. I think i've had enough of these guys.
Floss on 2011-12-16 22:08:07
- Really? What turned you off? I haven't listened to this one, but they're usually smart and fairly funny with just a bit of crude humor now and then. Do they go overboard here?
Zarban on 2011-12-17 12:47:50
- I know it's free and i share their enthusiasm for those movies but yeah, maybe a little too much this time. Just my opinion of course, your millage may vary.
Floss on 2011-12-17 19:42:39
The Blob (1958)
- Terrific work by Terror Transmission. Loaded with background, as always.
Zarban on 2011-08-31 23:44:31
Creature from the Black Lagoon
- Very good work from Terror Transmission on the classic water monster flick. Lots of background and general joking around. Does not sync with the movie.
Zarban on 2010-03-21 11:59:59
Dracula: Prince of Darkness
- Terrific work by Terror Transmission. All the usual buckets of background plus a bit of analysis and humor. The nape of the neck is at the back. The front is the throat.
Zarban on 2012-11-10 16:52:25
The Evil Dead
- Pretty good work from Terror Transmission on the camp horror classic. The usual deep background. There's some very crude humor thruout, and the joking antisemitism eventually gets to be a bit much. A bit more talk about bad beer than is probably useful to listeners.
Zarban on 2012-10-28 00:06:49
- Excellent commentary by Terror Transmission. Lots and lots of background on the production and the actors (so much that they have to pause the movie from time to time; the restart point is not always completely clear). Kind of becomes a (rather gentle) Who's Who of who's gay in old Hollywood and then a comic diatribe against the Irish, but it gets back on track (and is funny even when they're off topic). There's about 30 minutes of build-up before they start the movie, but don't skip it. It's all really good background. Cheers!
Zarban on 2010-09-15 18:30:21
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