Ghosts, Nazis, and mutated bears! Oh my!
Last Halloween we picked our favourite horror movies from each decade. However, any list of great horror movies will always be incomplete, so this year we’re reviewing ones we overlooked. In the first of three parts, we review horror from the 1970’s.
Music-free version here.
Recs: Haunting the Studio (podcast), Stepford Daughters: Weapons for Feminists in Contemporary Horror (book).
Spoilers for the following:
- Multiple Maniacs (1970)
- The Crazies (1973)
- The Stepford Wives (1975)
- Hausu (1977)
- Martin (1978)
- The Boys from Brazil (1978)
- Prophecy (1979)
Edited by DJ Panda. Poster image from Shocker (1989). Samples from reviewed movies and Night of the Living Dead (1968).
- Where’s My Jetpack by Radio Free Babylon
- Dies Irae variants: Membeth, Hector Berlioz/San Francisco Community Orchestra, ǾZZYMANDIAS, CROWZ
- 2.5 Hour John Carpenter Style Retro Synth Mix by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio
- Mars, Bringer of War (excerpt from The Planets by Gustav Holst), performed by US Air Force Band, via Free School
- Swim by NV
- 🎃 Halloween Lofi Hip Hop Mix 🎃 by lofi geek
Sound effects by jpkweli, jacobzeier, PanZen, coltures, NaturesTemper, plasterbrain, flacfile, Truss88, Laynus ST, Free Sounds Library, Sound Laboratory.
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