After months of visiting the drive-in, traveling back to the past for some early 70s fall previews, guests and 50th episode celebrations, it’s time for Jeff Owens and I get back to the basics. In episode 51, we return to our usual format of reviewing three films as we take a look at three of the earliest horror films.
First up is The Golem (1920), followed by The Phantom Carriage (1921) and, finally, The Man Who Laughs (1928). And don’t forget to watch the companion episode with all kinds of highlights and bonus features on the Classic Horrors YouTube channel. If you like what you hear, you’re going to love what you see! Check it out and give us some feedback… both on the podcast and the video. Let’s call the meeting to order…
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Come back in December for episode 52 as we’ll take a look at three of Barbara Steele’s movies while also talking about her career, including a little love for Dark Shadows!