It’s time for another Summer Double Feature, HYSTOphiles! We’ve got two fun flicks to share with you this time around! We had so much fun talking about these two celluloid romps…let’s start with Keith’s choice first, shall we?
Hey, hey, hey HYSTOphiles! Episode #73 is here, and it’s full of 70’s fabulousness! We are discussing two great 70’s horror staples, and we have a guest along with us this time around who absolutely LOVES 70’s horror, the delightful Erin Casteneda!
First movie up is my choice, the 1978 remake Invasion of the Body Snatchers, directed by Philip Kaufman.
Erin and I both love this one, but listen in to hear how Keith feels about it, and how he compares it to the original 1956 version (which we covered back in Episode #67).
Next up is another classic piece of 70’s horror cinema: Audrey Rose. Released in 1977, and directed by Robert Wise. This was Erin’s pick, and it’s also her favorite movie of all time. It’s a tale of possible reincarnation, and it has quite a few unsettling scenes. Well, Erin and I think so, but it’s up to you to find out how Keith felt…
We also discuss some of the other 70’s horror classics, what’s been entertaining us lately, and we announce what movies will be on our next Summer Double Feature Episode!