Saturday, July 9, 2011
Nightmare Fuel Podcast--Episode Two--Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Hello my fiends!
Johnny Zombie shows off his roots--so to speak--by revisiting a homegrown classic.
In 1968, Night of the Living Dead shocked audiences. It's mix of gore, nudity, and post apocalyptic imagery gave birth to the modern horror film. Taboos were broken, and the seeds were sown for one of the longest running franchises in horror history--the..."Of The Dead" films.
This film also launched the careers of George A. Romero--Lord of all Zombies, and John Russo--Legendary Scribe of the Dead.
This is the film that started the zombie apocalypse sub-genre, and unleased hordes of the undead all over the world!
As always, you can listen to the ghoulishness here! Or, you can download the show from Podbean, iTunes, or Archive.org Three ways to get your undead fix!
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Videos of the Week
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Public Domain from Archive.org
Pressman Toys...and their rather eerie head shrinker toy!
(see what children played with when NOTLD was in theaters!)
Music of the Week
Monsters From Mars!
Listen to them (and download for free) on Archive.org
Monsters From Mars
NEXT WEEK: Dawn of the Dead...it's not safe to go to THE MALL!