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A podcast looking at the history of horror movies, year by year, from 1931 to the present day.

Latest Episodes

Episode 12 - Two Weddings And An Apeman (1940)

ESpookorama cannot die! This week we take a look at two more films from 1940. First up it's Son of Ingagi, the first horror film with an all-black cast. Next up it's our first horror comedy film with Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard in The Ghost Breakers. Next week we'll move on to 1941 with The Wolfman and Cat People. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

43 MIN2017 MAY 31
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Episode 12 - Two Weddings And An Apeman (1940)

Episode 11 - The Invisible Man Returns To Bully Justus (1940)

ESpook-o-rama is back - part 3! This week we take a look at two horror reboots from Universal Pictures from the year 1940. First up, it's The Invisible Man Returns, where we see (hear?) Vincent Price's horror debut. After that, it's back to the sands of Egypt for The Mummy's Hand. Justus lost his audio for this episode, so we redubbed the parts we couldn't edit out with a cruel imitation of him. Next week we'll stay in 1940 with Son of Ingagi and The Ghost Breakers. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

55 MIN2017 MAR 6
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Episode 11 - The Invisible Man Returns To Bully Justus (1940)

Episode 10 - Son Of Basil Rathboner (1939)

EThis week, Spook-O-Rama tackles horror films from the legendary high-water year of 1939. The horror hiatus is over, and more spooky cinema awaits! First up we look at the spooooky murder mystery The Hound Of The Baskervilles, the first of the iconic Sherlock Holmes movies starring Basil Rathbone. After the break we take a look at Universal's attempt to reinvigorate their horror movie empire, Son Of Frankenstein. Next week we'll have the first of two episodes in 1940, featuring The Mummy's Hand and The Invisible Man Returns. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

53 MIN2017 FEB 7
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Episode 10 - Son Of Basil Rathboner (1939)

Episode 9 - The Podcast That Died For France (1937 & 1938)

ESpook-o-rama returns from our (extended) holiday break! In this ep, we've got two foreign films from the otherwise dead years of 1937 and 1938. The first is Song at Midnight (dir. Ma-Xu Weibang) from 1937, widely considered the first Chinese horror film. Next we take on J'accuse! (dir. Abel Gance) a French anti-war/incest film with some ghosts at the end. Next week we'll be back to start horror's second golden age in 1939 with Hound of the Baskervilles and Son of Frankenstein. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

50 MIN2017 JAN 14
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Episode 9 - The Podcast That Died For France (1937 & 1938)

The Spookorama Christmas Spooktacular

EIt's finally time for The Spookorama Christmas Spooktacular! Listen along in this jumbo double episode as we review the spoils of our horror secret santa film swap. We take on 2008's Martyrs (dir. Pascal Laugier), 2015's The Nightmare (dir. Rodney Ascher), 2009's The House of the Devil (dir. Ti West), 1990's The Exorcist III (dir. William Blatty), and finally 2009's The Loved Ones (dir. Sean Byrne). Needless to say, there's a lot going on this holiday, and none of it goes well. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

101 MIN2016 DEC 27
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The Spookorama Christmas Spooktacular

Episode 8 - Manservantzoned (1936)

EIn this episode we discuss two 1936 classics. First we start with The Devil Doll, Tod Browning's cross-dressing sci-fi revenge flick and final horror film. Next we look at Dracula's Daughter, a direct sequel to the original film. Also: spooky lesbians, drag queens, and crank psychiatry. Next week we'll be taking on the empty 1937 and 1938 with Song at Midnight and J'accuse, two foreign films that can very loosely be considered horror. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

55 MIN2016 DEC 12
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Episode 8 - Manservantzoned (1936)

Episode 7 - She Hate Me (1935)

EThis week we're coming at you with two tales of really really weird science stuff from 1935. First up we've got Bride of Frankenstein (dir. James Whale) widely considered one of the best horror films of the golden age of Hollywood. Then we discuss Peter Lorre's star turn as a weird stalker in Mad Love (dir. Karl Freund). Also: the Hayes code, furries, and hair strangling. Tune in next week for 1936 with Dracula's Daughter and The Devil Doll. ***Correction - At 3:13 Thad says that Lionel Atwill appeared in Mark of the Vampire. Lionel Barrymore was the actual actor. He cared enough about this to make me issue a correction. -Barnes If you like our podcast and you want to help us say more weird jokes about horror movies, consider becoming a patron! www.patreon.com/spookorama

68 MIN2016 DEC 5
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Episode 7 - She Hate Me (1935)

A Deliciously Spook-o-rama Thanksgiving

EHappy Thanksgiving, listeners! Spook-o-rama is back for another exciting special episode! This Thanksgiving we watched The VVitch, a 2015 film about a Puritan family in supernatural New England. Everything goes very wrong, both in the film and for your hosts. Next week we'll return to our regularly scheduled format with a look at 1935's Bride of Frankenstein and Mad Love.

53 MIN2016 NOV 24
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A Deliciously Spook-o-rama Thanksgiving

A Deliciously Spook-o-rama Thanksgiving (Teaser)

EA sneak peek at our Thanksgiving special, where we once again throw our format out the window to review the 2015 film The VVitch. Tensions run high as we say heartwarming things about Massachusetts, Thad screams about rocks and apples, Sabrina signs the devil's book live on air, and Justus quits the show after Alex goes off on a tangent and attacks the 2007 film There Will Be Blood. Check back next Thursday for the full episode!

4 MIN2016 NOV 20
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A Deliciously Spook-o-rama Thanksgiving (Teaser)

Episode 6 - Lugosi's Poe-ner (1934 & 1935)

EThis week we take our first stab at the Poe-sploitation genre with 1934's The Black Cat and 1935's The Raven. Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff share screen time in what will become two of the highest grossing horror films of these years. Also: more cats, dutch ovens, and whether Lugosi is actually a good actor. On the syllabus next week are 1935's Mad Love and Bride of Frankenstein.

50 MIN2016 NOV 12
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Episode 6 - Lugosi's Poe-ner (1934 & 1935)

Latest Episodes

Episode 12 - Two Weddings And An Apeman (1940)

ESpookorama cannot die! This week we take a look at two more films from 1940. First up it's Son of Ingagi, the first horror film with an all-black cast. Next up it's our first horror comedy film with Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard in The Ghost Breakers. Next week we'll move on to 1941 with The Wolfman and Cat People. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

43 MIN2017 MAY 31
Comments
Episode 12 - Two Weddings And An Apeman (1940)

Episode 11 - The Invisible Man Returns To Bully Justus (1940)

ESpook-o-rama is back - part 3! This week we take a look at two horror reboots from Universal Pictures from the year 1940. First up, it's The Invisible Man Returns, where we see (hear?) Vincent Price's horror debut. After that, it's back to the sands of Egypt for The Mummy's Hand. Justus lost his audio for this episode, so we redubbed the parts we couldn't edit out with a cruel imitation of him. Next week we'll stay in 1940 with Son of Ingagi and The Ghost Breakers. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

55 MIN2017 MAR 6
Comments
Episode 11 - The Invisible Man Returns To Bully Justus (1940)

Episode 10 - Son Of Basil Rathboner (1939)

EThis week, Spook-O-Rama tackles horror films from the legendary high-water year of 1939. The horror hiatus is over, and more spooky cinema awaits! First up we look at the spooooky murder mystery The Hound Of The Baskervilles, the first of the iconic Sherlock Holmes movies starring Basil Rathbone. After the break we take a look at Universal's attempt to reinvigorate their horror movie empire, Son Of Frankenstein. Next week we'll have the first of two episodes in 1940, featuring The Mummy's Hand and The Invisible Man Returns. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

53 MIN2017 FEB 7
Comments
Episode 10 - Son Of Basil Rathboner (1939)

Episode 9 - The Podcast That Died For France (1937 & 1938)

ESpook-o-rama returns from our (extended) holiday break! In this ep, we've got two foreign films from the otherwise dead years of 1937 and 1938. The first is Song at Midnight (dir. Ma-Xu Weibang) from 1937, widely considered the first Chinese horror film. Next we take on J'accuse! (dir. Abel Gance) a French anti-war/incest film with some ghosts at the end. Next week we'll be back to start horror's second golden age in 1939 with Hound of the Baskervilles and Son of Frankenstein. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

50 MIN2017 JAN 14
Comments
Episode 9 - The Podcast That Died For France (1937 & 1938)

The Spookorama Christmas Spooktacular

EIt's finally time for The Spookorama Christmas Spooktacular! Listen along in this jumbo double episode as we review the spoils of our horror secret santa film swap. We take on 2008's Martyrs (dir. Pascal Laugier), 2015's The Nightmare (dir. Rodney Ascher), 2009's The House of the Devil (dir. Ti West), 1990's The Exorcist III (dir. William Blatty), and finally 2009's The Loved Ones (dir. Sean Byrne). Needless to say, there's a lot going on this holiday, and none of it goes well. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

101 MIN2016 DEC 27
Comments
The Spookorama Christmas Spooktacular

Episode 8 - Manservantzoned (1936)

EIn this episode we discuss two 1936 classics. First we start with The Devil Doll, Tod Browning's cross-dressing sci-fi revenge flick and final horror film. Next we look at Dracula's Daughter, a direct sequel to the original film. Also: spooky lesbians, drag queens, and crank psychiatry. Next week we'll be taking on the empty 1937 and 1938 with Song at Midnight and J'accuse, two foreign films that can very loosely be considered horror. If you like our podcast and want to help us continue to say spooky words at your ear holes, consider donating to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/spookorama

55 MIN2016 DEC 12
Comments
Episode 8 - Manservantzoned (1936)

Episode 7 - She Hate Me (1935)

EThis week we're coming at you with two tales of really really weird science stuff from 1935. First up we've got Bride of Frankenstein (dir. James Whale) widely considered one of the best horror films of the golden age of Hollywood. Then we discuss Peter Lorre's star turn as a weird stalker in Mad Love (dir. Karl Freund). Also: the Hayes code, furries, and hair strangling. Tune in next week for 1936 with Dracula's Daughter and The Devil Doll. ***Correction - At 3:13 Thad says that Lionel Atwill appeared in Mark of the Vampire. Lionel Barrymore was the actual actor. He cared enough about this to make me issue a correction. -Barnes If you like our podcast and you want to help us say more weird jokes about horror movies, consider becoming a patron! www.patreon.com/spookorama

68 MIN2016 DEC 5
Comments
Episode 7 - She Hate Me (1935)

A Deliciously Spook-o-rama Thanksgiving

EHappy Thanksgiving, listeners! Spook-o-rama is back for another exciting special episode! This Thanksgiving we watched The VVitch, a 2015 film about a Puritan family in supernatural New England. Everything goes very wrong, both in the film and for your hosts. Next week we'll return to our regularly scheduled format with a look at 1935's Bride of Frankenstein and Mad Love.

53 MIN2016 NOV 24
Comments
A Deliciously Spook-o-rama Thanksgiving

A Deliciously Spook-o-rama Thanksgiving (Teaser)

EA sneak peek at our Thanksgiving special, where we once again throw our format out the window to review the 2015 film The VVitch. Tensions run high as we say heartwarming things about Massachusetts, Thad screams about rocks and apples, Sabrina signs the devil's book live on air, and Justus quits the show after Alex goes off on a tangent and attacks the 2007 film There Will Be Blood. Check back next Thursday for the full episode!

4 MIN2016 NOV 20
Comments
A Deliciously Spook-o-rama Thanksgiving (Teaser)

Episode 6 - Lugosi's Poe-ner (1934 & 1935)

EThis week we take our first stab at the Poe-sploitation genre with 1934's The Black Cat and 1935's The Raven. Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff share screen time in what will become two of the highest grossing horror films of these years. Also: more cats, dutch ovens, and whether Lugosi is actually a good actor. On the syllabus next week are 1935's Mad Love and Bride of Frankenstein.

50 MIN2016 NOV 12
Comments
Episode 6 - Lugosi's Poe-ner (1934 & 1935)
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