Archive for the ‘Assignment Horror’ Category

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Things have been a wee bit crazy of late. As such, I’ve been neglecting my writing here as well as keeping up with posting podcasts I’m a part of here. So, one post with a lot of podcast links. They’ll be a few extra podcasts included as well.

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Radioactive zombies. People talk a lot about that kind of thing. Well, people I know talk a lot about that kind of thing. They think it would be really cool. It’s not. Do you know what you get with radioactive zombies? You get Nightmare City and being locked into a cycle of terror, carnage, death, and unresolved endings brought about by bad writing and a horrible gimmick twist that should have gotten everyone involved smacked until the stupid came out of them.

What’s that? You don’t know what Nightmare City is? Then let me tell you about it. There will be some huge spoilers coming, but, trust me, you won’t care if this movie gets spoiled for you or not.

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This week’s The Assignment: Horror Podcast post features two shows with three guest hosts. Oh, and one of those is none other than Bane’s daddy, Chuck Dixon. The crew tackles two great films and the three guest all contribute a lot in the way of interesting and entertaining discussion. 

Listen to the shows HERE

Night of the Demons

Posted: February 14, 2019 in Assignment Horror, Horror, The Blog

Night of the Demons (1988)

What happens when you party in a haunted place with an evil past on Halloween? What do you think happens?

Find out HERE.

Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954)

The crew (minus a called into work for emergency duty Jerry but adding talented horror talkers Issac Cain and Sean Burnham) dive into 1954’s Creature from the Black Lagoon.

Find it at the link.

https://theassignmenthorrorpodcast.wordpress.com/2019/02/12/podcast-creature-from-the-black-lagoon-1954/

suspiria 77

The crew takes a look at the Dario Argento classic, Suspiria. This film was John’s pick. Did Richard like the movie or was John forced to kill him by the end of it?
 

28 days later

For the first show of the new year, the gang tackles one of the films that relit the fire on the zombie genre, 2002’s 28 Days Later.

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