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Tag: 70s

Fuzzed Out 70’s Halloween Stomp: A Playlist

In case you missed it, I posted a 60’s fuzzy garage punk playlist a couple years ago of which I’m quite proud. By 1968 most of the mid-60s garage punks were full-fledged flower power psychedelic weirdos, and the new songs and records reflected that. A lot of that stuff is good, but it lacks the… Read More ›

‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ (1974): My First Time

As a young kid growing up in the 80s, my pipeline into the world of horror was the Fangoria/Gorezone collection that belonged to a kid who lived across the street from my grandmother. By the time I was old enough that my parents actually let me consume these movies, I had already memorized scenes upon… Read More ›

Our Resolutions for the New Year

Now that we all can take a collective sigh of relief that the days of 2016 are gone (but not forgotten), let’s make plans for 2017. We each picked three movie-esque items to work on for the next year. And if all goes well, and Damon Killian doesn’t show up hosting some game show, then… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 13: ‘Someone’s Watching Me’ & ‘The Toolbox Murders’ (1978, Birthday Edition)

Thirty-eight years ago, Johnny was born. And this week, we’re celebrating by taking a deep-dive look at two first-time watches from 1978: John Carpenter’s Someone’s Watching Me and cult fave The Toolbox Murders.