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Welcome to Bela Lugosi's Shed - A Podcast exploring Horror, in all its chilling forms. We'll be covering everything from classic horror novels and films through to modern computer games and music. You can say hello to us at 'BelaLugosisShed' on Twitter and Reddit.

Latest Episodes

Episode 50 - Fifty Shades Of Slay

EWell I'm sure that nobody expected this project to last this long, two years and 50 full episodes later we're still going strong, and to celebrate this landmark we're looking at THREE films in our Double Feature, just to make the name incorrect. All three of the films we're looking at are also celebrating their 50th birthdays, all being films that were released in 1970, and so we look at how that exciting transitional period for horror was approached by filmmakers in the UK, US and in Europe. No Easily Available Horror this episode, as it's just too packed!

67 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 50 - Fifty Shades Of Slay

Episode 49b - Short Sharp Shocks 6

EIt's time for the second part of our three-part Short Sharp Shock where we look at three short stories by turn-of-the-century authors that had an influence on the later US authors like Lovecraft. We are again joined on this journey by Doree who provides the Shed with a bit of much-needed class.

13 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 49b - Short Sharp Shocks 6

Episode 49 - Original Monster

EWe're still going through a turbulent time, so here's one thing you can rely on - two middle-aged men hiding away from the world in a shed, talking about horror stuff for an hour. And we're setting our mind back to the 1950s this week as we look back at the originals of the two remakes we watched last episode (i know - Spoilers!) We're also looking at a fascinatingly aloof British indie horror from the mind that brought us Garth Marenghi, and some horror news. What Fresh Hell?: Possum (2018) from Amazon.

61 MINAPR 20
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Episode 49 - Original Monster

Episode 48 - I'm Going Through Changes

EThis is a pretty odd time with lots of bizarre changes to our lifestyles, but hey - at least we're not turning into insects or being replaced by shapeshifting insects!* The characters in our Double Features this episode are not so lucky. And with a great horror anime for our EAH there's plenty of distractions here, especially if you're stuck in quarantine. Look after yourselves out there. *Yet. Easily Available Horror: Castlevania (2017) from Netflix

59 MINAPR 6
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Episode 48 - I'm Going Through Changes

Episode 47b - Short Sharp Shocks 5

EDue to scheduling conflicts and the fact that the world is currently experiencing a mild apocalypse we haven't been able to get a new episode together for this week, but we have something possibly even better - one of our Short Sharp Shocks featuring our awesome guest host from Episode 30, the always delightful and informative Doree! This is the first of three short episodes where each of us pick a lesser-known short story that we love. Doree has first pick, and she's chosen The Willows by Algernon Blackwood for your pleasure.

19 MINMAR 30
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Episode 47b - Short Sharp Shocks 5

Episode 47 - A Woman's Right To Chews

EWell unless you picked 'Worldwide Plague' in the 'How We're All Going To Die' sweepstake you're probably not feeling too happy at the moment, so here's something to take your mind off things on this bleak Monday morning. This episode we're going all culinary, albeit for Long Pig, as we review, compare and contrast two films featuring women who eat human flesh, in very different ways. And in an unusual bit of planning our Easily Available Horror is also one featuring cannibals, so nobody can accuse us of not doing the homework. And this episode can also be used as a useful reference for when we run out of food and turn on each other. Easily Available Horror: Somos Lo Que Hay (trans: We Are What We Are) (2010) from Amazon.

68 MINMAR 16
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Episode 47 - A Woman's Right To Chews

Episode 46 - Bunch Of Total Cults

With all that's going on in the world, wouldn't it be nice to know that there's someone clever in charge? Someone with all the info, who knows what's best for everyone, who pledges unwavering loyalty to their infernal master? Maybe without that last bit, but this episode we're looking at two pieces of horror about mystical cults, and an audio horror and the usual news are a grim cherry on top that complete this morbid cake. Easily Available Horror: Herbert West: Reanimator, by the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society

60 MINMAR 2
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Episode 46 - Bunch Of Total Cults

Episode 45 - I'll Get My Coat

EAs everything is terrible in the world right now we're regressing to when we were 18 and our biggest worry was whether we could get a piss and a pint in before the 12" version of Temple Of Love '92 finished. And in the cinemas at the time skies were black, coats were even blacker, and everyone ran across rooftops whilst listening to Stone Temple Pilots. It was a happier time. So we're getting all nostalgic, and also looking at a new film, but one featuring a 90's musician, because the present day is scary and wrong. Easily Available Horror: He Never Died (2015) from Netflix.

79 MINFEB 17
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Episode 45 - I'll Get My Coat

Episode 44 - We Shall Nazi His Like Again

EI hope you've got a comfortable set of headphones, because this is a long one. Prepare yourself for the longest Easily Available Horror yet, as we spend over half an hour talking about a very niche 1970's horror film about undead bikers. And that's just the starter, as our Double Feature is a brace of films taking Nazism into the 21st Century. You know, just like in real life! One From The Vaults: Psychomania (1972), available on Archive.org and YouTube.

73 MINJAN 27
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Episode 44 - We Shall Nazi His Like Again

Episode 43 - Philosophising Friday

EHappy New Year from both of us in the Shed, and what better way to start 2020 than to listen to us talk about a film from 1982? We're doing something a bit different in this episode, instead of our usual segments we just sat down for an hour and talked about Friday the 13th, Part 3:3D, the film which truly put the franchise on the tracks to the greatness it became. There's a bit of news and chat, but other than that this episode is wall-to-wall Friday the 13th, so enjoy!

61 MINJAN 13
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Episode 43 - Philosophising Friday

Latest Episodes

Episode 50 - Fifty Shades Of Slay

EWell I'm sure that nobody expected this project to last this long, two years and 50 full episodes later we're still going strong, and to celebrate this landmark we're looking at THREE films in our Double Feature, just to make the name incorrect. All three of the films we're looking at are also celebrating their 50th birthdays, all being films that were released in 1970, and so we look at how that exciting transitional period for horror was approached by filmmakers in the UK, US and in Europe. No Easily Available Horror this episode, as it's just too packed!

67 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 50 - Fifty Shades Of Slay

Episode 49b - Short Sharp Shocks 6

EIt's time for the second part of our three-part Short Sharp Shock where we look at three short stories by turn-of-the-century authors that had an influence on the later US authors like Lovecraft. We are again joined on this journey by Doree who provides the Shed with a bit of much-needed class.

13 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 49b - Short Sharp Shocks 6

Episode 49 - Original Monster

EWe're still going through a turbulent time, so here's one thing you can rely on - two middle-aged men hiding away from the world in a shed, talking about horror stuff for an hour. And we're setting our mind back to the 1950s this week as we look back at the originals of the two remakes we watched last episode (i know - Spoilers!) We're also looking at a fascinatingly aloof British indie horror from the mind that brought us Garth Marenghi, and some horror news. What Fresh Hell?: Possum (2018) from Amazon.

61 MINAPR 20
Comments
Episode 49 - Original Monster

Episode 48 - I'm Going Through Changes

EThis is a pretty odd time with lots of bizarre changes to our lifestyles, but hey - at least we're not turning into insects or being replaced by shapeshifting insects!* The characters in our Double Features this episode are not so lucky. And with a great horror anime for our EAH there's plenty of distractions here, especially if you're stuck in quarantine. Look after yourselves out there. *Yet. Easily Available Horror: Castlevania (2017) from Netflix

59 MINAPR 6
Comments
Episode 48 - I'm Going Through Changes

Episode 47b - Short Sharp Shocks 5

EDue to scheduling conflicts and the fact that the world is currently experiencing a mild apocalypse we haven't been able to get a new episode together for this week, but we have something possibly even better - one of our Short Sharp Shocks featuring our awesome guest host from Episode 30, the always delightful and informative Doree! This is the first of three short episodes where each of us pick a lesser-known short story that we love. Doree has first pick, and she's chosen The Willows by Algernon Blackwood for your pleasure.

19 MINMAR 30
Comments
Episode 47b - Short Sharp Shocks 5

Episode 47 - A Woman's Right To Chews

EWell unless you picked 'Worldwide Plague' in the 'How We're All Going To Die' sweepstake you're probably not feeling too happy at the moment, so here's something to take your mind off things on this bleak Monday morning. This episode we're going all culinary, albeit for Long Pig, as we review, compare and contrast two films featuring women who eat human flesh, in very different ways. And in an unusual bit of planning our Easily Available Horror is also one featuring cannibals, so nobody can accuse us of not doing the homework. And this episode can also be used as a useful reference for when we run out of food and turn on each other. Easily Available Horror: Somos Lo Que Hay (trans: We Are What We Are) (2010) from Amazon.

68 MINMAR 16
Comments
Episode 47 - A Woman's Right To Chews

Episode 46 - Bunch Of Total Cults

With all that's going on in the world, wouldn't it be nice to know that there's someone clever in charge? Someone with all the info, who knows what's best for everyone, who pledges unwavering loyalty to their infernal master? Maybe without that last bit, but this episode we're looking at two pieces of horror about mystical cults, and an audio horror and the usual news are a grim cherry on top that complete this morbid cake. Easily Available Horror: Herbert West: Reanimator, by the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society

60 MINMAR 2
Comments
Episode 46 - Bunch Of Total Cults

Episode 45 - I'll Get My Coat

EAs everything is terrible in the world right now we're regressing to when we were 18 and our biggest worry was whether we could get a piss and a pint in before the 12" version of Temple Of Love '92 finished. And in the cinemas at the time skies were black, coats were even blacker, and everyone ran across rooftops whilst listening to Stone Temple Pilots. It was a happier time. So we're getting all nostalgic, and also looking at a new film, but one featuring a 90's musician, because the present day is scary and wrong. Easily Available Horror: He Never Died (2015) from Netflix.

79 MINFEB 17
Comments
Episode 45 - I'll Get My Coat

Episode 44 - We Shall Nazi His Like Again

EI hope you've got a comfortable set of headphones, because this is a long one. Prepare yourself for the longest Easily Available Horror yet, as we spend over half an hour talking about a very niche 1970's horror film about undead bikers. And that's just the starter, as our Double Feature is a brace of films taking Nazism into the 21st Century. You know, just like in real life! One From The Vaults: Psychomania (1972), available on Archive.org and YouTube.

73 MINJAN 27
Comments
Episode 44 - We Shall Nazi His Like Again

Episode 43 - Philosophising Friday

EHappy New Year from both of us in the Shed, and what better way to start 2020 than to listen to us talk about a film from 1982? We're doing something a bit different in this episode, instead of our usual segments we just sat down for an hour and talked about Friday the 13th, Part 3:3D, the film which truly put the franchise on the tracks to the greatness it became. There's a bit of news and chat, but other than that this episode is wall-to-wall Friday the 13th, so enjoy!

61 MINJAN 13
Comments
Episode 43 - Philosophising Friday
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