In this episode of The Forgotten Flix Podcast, it’s the first movie in our annual Spooky Flix Fest celebration!
So, what are we opening with?
It’s Parents from 1989 and this one’s a dooooozy!
Directed by Bob Balaban and starring Randy “Don’t call me Cousin Eddie” Quaid and Mary “Don’t call me” Beth Hurt, Parents is a dark horror comedy. We think you’ll agree it’s a tasty dish that serves up the thrills and chills to help get the ’13 Spooky Flix Fest off to a grande start!
We’re also joined by one of the Forgotten Flix crew. It’s Peter Nielsen, writer of Peter’s Retro Reviews and all-around swell guy!
Our Movie Picks:
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)
Children of the Corn (1984)
Blue Velvet (1986)
In the next installment of the SPOOKY FLIX FEST, we’re remembering… The Funhouse (1981)
Special thanks to:
- Midnight Syndicate for granting permission to use music from their latest album, Monsters of Legend. Please CLICK HERE to check out this fantastic ode to classic monster movie music and all the other fangtastic music Midnight Syndicate has to offer!
- A. Ghastlee Ghoul for providing the intro to this episode. Ghastlee’s been horror hostin’ since the 80s. Please CLICK HERE to check out his site, and HERE for his Facebook page.
- The fantastic art provided by artist Kevin Spencer. Check out his other groovy artwork at inkspatters.com, and like his Facebook page, The Art of Kevin Spencer.
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