Nick and Chris are joined once again by actor-producer Liz Manning to take a look behind the cover of that VHS video store horror section staple, Village of the Damned. John Carpenter's remake of the 1960 sci-fi classic is a bit of a rough one, but join us as we try to stay on-topic long enough to break down just what went wrong when Christopher Reeve and Kirstie Alley tried to save the world from a gaggle of alien toddlers.
This week, Nick, Chris, and special guest Derk Harron follow Sam Neil on his mind-bending spiral into the eldritch terror that lies beyond the void in John Carpenter's meta-horror opus In the Mouth of Madness. Existential cosmic horror, tentacled monsters, and the marble rye lady from Seinfeld may or may not be involved (spoilers: they are).
John Carpenter takes his horror trade to the small screen, teaming up with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre director Tobe Hooper for the 1993 made-for-TV horror anthology Body Bags. With the short form tales of terror "The Gas Station", "Hair", and "Eye" - and Carpenter himself as your intrepid horror host The Coroner, Nick and Chris take a look at this 90s cable-TV oddity to see if it's worth tuning in.