While the world falls apart around us, Jeff and I focus on two specific disasters. In San Francisco, a fire rages out of control in the world’s tallest building. In New York, a meteor splinter decimates the city. It’s going to take more than your regular hosts to cover what’s happening, so we’ve invited some special correspondents…Steve Turek, Alistair Hughes and Jonathan Angarola!
In episode 76 of the Classic Horrors Club Podcast, we’re discussing the pinnacle of 1970s disaster films, The Towering Inferno (1974), and what some would consider the nadir, Meteor (1979). Among the first-time viewings and revisits of your podcasters, you’ll find much agreement, but also some surprising conclusions.
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Coming up next month, we journey back to the year 1971 for a pair of flicks where women take the reigns in tales of two legendary monsters…Lady Frankenstein and Countess Dracula!