I never knew you're such a connoisseur of the fine art of mime.
I can't say I am - but I'm at least aware that there's a whole artistic tradition that goes far beyond the fellas who stand at the street corner with a bucket for change. (Actually, I once had a girlfriend from France who was a mime artist - slash - interpretative dance artist - slash avant garde musician although she wasn't a practising MIME artist while we dated and I don't recall TOO many discussions about the art with her.) But look at Santa Sangre. That's heavily influenced by Jodorowsky's experiences in mime. The fact that the art of mime inspired such inspired lunacy is enough to justify the entire tradition from my point of view.
Oh and thanks, I'll never be able to watch another Adrian Brody movie again without trying to play the "with a nose like this" game.
You'll NEVER be able to take him at 'face' value ever again.
Thanks for listening to all of our snippets!
I have one more podcast segment in honour of WIH month and it's a goodun. (I'll post it tomorrow).
She's someone who's very much under the radar at the moment but she's a force of nature and I think she'll be an instant hit with the podcast listeners. She's young, she's sexy, she's super smart and she's an absolute expert on zombie films.
So listen with extreme caution.
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Women In Horror Recognition Month is almost over and so ends our mini-series of Women in Horror profiles. But don’t worry, we’re going out with the podcast equivalent of a thermonuclear explosion.
My guest on this episode proves that women in horror can not only be young and sexy, but super-smart and able to kick arse in a wide range of nefarious exploits. So it gives me great pleasure to present for your listening enjoyment Ms. Andrea Subissati (a.k.a.Hellbat), a bonafide force of nature and the author of When There’s No More Room In Hell: The Sociology of the Living Dead.
And it occurred to me during the run of this series that the landscape of horror fanaticism has markedly changed in the last ten years or so. I think a lot of the most exciting, enthusiastic and educated voices currently screaming about horror from the rooftops of cyber space belong to women. And I boldly predict that in about ten years from now, women will be the dominant force in the genre.
I seriously hope so. Because the American horror film is practically dead and I’m bored to tears with most of the nonsense issuing forth from that once great nation. The endless assault of sequels, remakes, reboots, re-imaginings, re-envisionings and regurgitations are making me seriously fucking PUKE. So I say it’s about time to admit defeat and hand things over to the girls.
So for that reason alone, EVERY month is Women In Horror Recognition Month here at the Rue Morgue Podcast.
But on this episode of the podcast, we have even MORE giveaways to tell you about!
We have three DVD copies of THE BLEEDING to unload.
And for our listeners in Toronto and/or Vancouver, we have 10 double passes to attend a sneak peak preview screening of I SAW THE DEVIL, the Korean revenge saga masterpiece starring Choi Min Sik from OLD BOY.
The screening is happening on Wed, Mar 16th @ 7:30 PM in both cities.
The enter any of the above, send an email to email@example.com with your contact info. It’s a first come, first served basis.
As promised on a recent episode of RUE MORGUE RADIO, here’s the remainder of my interview with Australian filmmaker Mark Hartley, the director of MACHETE MAIDENS UNLEASHED!
Mark made a big splash with his debut feature NOT QUITE HOLLYWOOD, a fantastic history of the Ozploitation film industry. And he’s applied the same aesthetic template to his latest film, a wildly entertaining exploration of the exploitation cinema in the Phillipines during the reign of the notorious dictator Ferdinand Marcos. As Canadian distributor Gary Topp says, ‘Forget 3D. This is 4B: Blood, Beasts, Boobs and Bombs!’.
Finally caught up on all the RMR & Rue Morgue Podcast episodes, great interview with Mr. Hartley. I can't fucking wait to see Machete Maidens Unleashed, I loved Not Quite Hollywood. Just looking at a few of the people he got - Jack Hill, Corman, Eddie Romero, Patrick Wayne, Sid Haig, Dick Miller, R. Lee Ermey, Gloria Hendry, Brian Trenchard-Smith and John Landis. I could listen to Landis talk about movies all day, most guys with his credentials are like watching someone get dead horsed (believe me I know) when they do interviews but he is totally captivating and enthusiastic about film. Really looking forward to that, I'm familiar with Weng Weng, but other than that the closest thing I've seen these are a couple of the Indonesian Peter O'Brian 'so bad they're good' action flicks, so I've got some homework to do. 'For Your Height Only' just went to the top of my Netflix queue.
I have to commend you on the fishing scene, god that is brutal. Really, horror fans are suppose to be thankful for this show? A zombie soap opera. blek. Spent the last week or so on the painful task of watching every Argento film that i hadn't seen yet, but when I got to 'Giallo' it was actually a fun treat due to the benefit of "with a nose like this" and I ended up enjoying it more than any of his other films thanks to that, so I owe you one. Great shows, who else has the balls to tackle Horror Porn. Loved the dream interpretation email, priceless. Thank you for all the hours of entertainment, much appreciated.
Thank you! Can I have your permission to read this on the air?
slasherfreak: Deadpit Forever !!!
Dec 23, 2017 8:48:33 GMT -5
newt138: It might have lived again if CK wasn't such a dick to all the fans. Admit it you stupid fuck Deadpit died cause you are a greedy fuck. Like when you created that bootleg site and tried to act like it wasn't you behind it. But you were stupid
May 1, 2018 0:48:10 GMT -5
newt138: and used the same email address you used to see hockey masks. How many fans did you drive away? How many fans did you rip off? You managed to drive off CodyLL who was a diehard fan. Face it you fat stupid fuck you killed deadpit. And don't have the balls
May 1, 2018 0:49:15 GMT -5
newt138: To admit to doing it.
May 1, 2018 0:49:46 GMT -5
bradtheman: Like all things in life, Deadpit Radio's run had to end at some point. Towards the end, Wes, Aaron, and Steve's hearts weren't in it and that it was time to move on. For what it's worth, I like to thank the threesome for inspiring me to do commentaries.
May 26, 2019 19:07:39 GMT -5
oldhorrorfan: Stuttering Steve Bumblefuck B Plan was worse than Aids on there and was one of the Main reasons the show went to shit so fast..
May 31, 2019 8:58:17 GMT -5
bradtheman: That and the horror genre was going down the tubes when Aaron and Wes signed off. It still is with the Child's Play remake and I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu as examples.
May 31, 2019 23:23:06 GMT -5
newt138: No mainstream horror was going down the tubes. There was plenty of good mainstream horror. But as fat fuck Wes told many people "Unless we get sent a copy for free I Aint reviewing it."
Jun 11, 2019 13:50:53 GMT -5
bradtheman: The 8th anniversary of my very first audio commentary is coming up. It was for Psycho IV: The Beginning. I like to thank Wes and Aaron for inspiring me to do some on my own.
Jul 1, 2019 22:45:10 GMT -5
psychostillvicious: Greetings one and all. Don't know if anyone remembers me, but whatever. I was a poster here many moons ago. God I loved Deadpit. I'm just strolling down memory lane after hearing some sad news from Wes on facebook. Long live DP.
Jul 25, 2019 14:15:25 GMT -5
bradtheman: I'm sorry about what Wes Vance is going through right now. My thoughts go to him and his family.
Jul 27, 2019 22:49:33 GMT -5