Update: New Page on the MovieRat!

Added a new page under the heading The Movie Rat on the lefthand dropdown menu where I link to past (and any possible future) podcast guest appearances. Check them out!

The Movie Rat discusses The Funhouse on Forgotten Filmcast

I was invited back as a guest on the Forgotten Filmcast during this Halloween season. Yesterday, it went live. You can find it here. Todd and I discuss the 1981 film The Funhouse directed by Tobe Hooper. It’s an in depth discussion of that film, as usual Todd brings up some great points to consider about this weird little film. We also include our own personal film recommendations. The runners up for my own pick were the films of Zé do Caixão (a.k.a. Coffin Joe) and The Other, which has a great Blu-ray release from Screen Archives Entertainment. My choice was Rammbock, see why I recommend it so highly, and if you think a comparative allusion I make in talking about it is wrong, ben trovato or eerily accurate. So it’s worth checking out for that and for a deeper look into The Funhouse. For other episodes you can also search iTunes for “Forgotten Films.”

It’s a timely horror listen. Also, while I’ve not brandished many posts with 61 Days of Halloween, I am still covering horror here this season. Look:

Under the Bed
The Captured Bird

A new post about Halloween (1978)
Shadow People
A Haunting at Silver Falls
Bad Kids Go to Hell
Kiss of the Damned
The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon
The Depraved
The ABCs of Death
Dracula 3D
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil
The Condemned
In Their Skin
The Hidden People
The Ward
The Innkeepers
The Strange and Eerie Memoirs of Billy Wuthergloom
Red State

The Movie Rat Discusses Hell Night on Forgotten Filmcast

I was invited to be a guest on my first ever podcast recently. Yesterday, it went live. Pertinent links are up here. We discuss the 1981 film Hell Night starring Linda Blair. It’s an in depth discussion of that film, that brings up points I didn’t include, or hadn’t considered when writing on the film as well as our personal recommendations. So it’s worth checking out for deeper look into Hell Night. For other episodes you can also search iTunes for “Forgotten Films.”