Episode 58: The Movies That Define Us – The Thing (1982) & The Fly (1986)

 

To close 2017, we discuss (and by discuss, I mean gush over) our two favorite movies of all time – The Thing (Tab) and The Fly (Jacob)!

Sources

Show Info:

Music for Test Pattern is “Dance of Deception” by Kevin McLeod and is licensed under Creative Commons. For more, go to incompetech.com.

You can also follow Tab @horrorflicktab and Jacob @banedrom .

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Episode 27: Horror in Anime – Wicked City and Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust

Jacob curates an episode that’s all about horror in anime with Wicked City and Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlines.

 

Sources

Wicked City (1987)” by Jasper Sharp, from Midnight Eye: Visions of Japanese Cinema

Wicked City commentary by Michael Toole

Test Pattern is originally broadcast on 103.5 FM WLSPLP Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, underwritten by the Bank of Sun Prairie.

Music for Test Pattern is “Dance of Deception” by Kevin McLeod and is licensed under Creative Commons. For more, go to incompetech.com.

Follow the show on Twitter @testpatternshow.

You can also follow Tab @horrorflicktab and Jacob @banedrom.

Contact us via email at jacobandtab@testpatternshow.com or use the Contact form.

Like the Sun Prairie Media Center Facebook page and follow The Sun on Twitter @spmediacenter

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Episode 24: All the Damn Vampires – The Lost Boys & Near Dark

We become creatures of the night and go back to 1987 – the year of the tragically hip vampire – with The Lost Boys and Near Dark.

Sources

The Lost Boys (1987)

5 Things You Might Not Have Know About The Lost Boys on its 25th Anniversary” by Oliver Lyttleton, from IndieWire

9 Found Facts About The Lost Boys” by Andrew LaSane, from Mental Floss

The Infamous Sax Man from Lost Boys Still, Still Believes: A Chat with Tim Capello” by Christopher Bickel, from Dangerous Minds

Near Dark (1987)

Director commentary, Near Dark

One of the Coolest Vampire Movies Ever: Watching Near Dark with Scott Weinberg” by Jeff Bayer, from Film School Rejects

Near Dark Highlighted Everything That Was So Special About Bill Paxton” by John Squires

Show Info:

Test Pattern is originally broadcast on 103.5 FM WLSPLP Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, underwritten by the Bank of Sun Prairie.

Music for Test Pattern is “Dance of Deception” by Kevin McLeod and is licensed under Creative Commons. For more, go to incompetech.com.

Follow the show on Twitter @testpatternshow.

You can also follow Tab @horrorflicktab and Jacob @banedrom.

Contact us via email at jacobandtab@testpatternshow.com or use the Contact form.

Like the Sun Prairie Media Center Facebook page and follow The Sun on Twitter @spmediacenter

Listen to the Episode!