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The MFF Podcast #33: Carpenter (1978) vs Zombie (2007)

November 1, 2015

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We hope you enjoyed our previous episode: Street Fighter Casting Call.

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SUMMARY:  This week the MFF crew discusses John Carpenter’s masterpiece Halloween (1978), Rob Zombie’s 2007 Halloween remake, and the things that made these films.

We also answer such important questions as…

“What Halloween party from a movie would you most like to attend?”
“Why was John Carpenter’s Halloween iconic?”
“Would Team America World Police be effective against a Sharknado?”
“Why do we love Halloween H20: 20 years later?”
“Which Halloween movie featured the filthiest feet?”

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  2. John’s Horror Corner: In the Mouth of Madness (1994), not a Lovecraft story, but clearly made for fans of Cthulhu mythos. | Movies, Films & Flix
  3. John’s Horror Corner: House of 1000 Corpses (2003), Rob Zombie’s sick experiment in extreme cinema. | Movies, Films & Flix
  4. John’s Horror Corner: Bite (2015), one of the most ambitiously disgusting indie horrors you’ll see. | Movies, Films & Flix
  5. John’s Horror Corner: Cannibal Holocaust (1980), appallingly brutal yet stylistic and controversial yet admonishing. | Movies, Films & Flix
  6. John’s Horror Corner: Don’t Breathe (2016), so much more than a home invasion movie with a dark secret. | Movies, Films & Flix
  7. The Best Horror Workouts, Part 1: Killer Workout (1987), Death Spa (1989) and Happy Birthday to Me (1981) | Movies, Films & Flix
  8. John’s Horror Corner: Night of the Demons 2 (1994), yet more boobs, more gore, more lipstick, and more fun cheesy demonic possession than part 1. | Movies, Films & Flix
  9. John’s Horror Corner: Critters (1986), a sci-horror comedy creature feature follow-up to Gremlins (1984) with viciously cute flesh-eating aliens. | Movies, Films & Flix
  10. The MFF Podcast #78: Carpenter vs Zombie Halloween Rematch (1981 vs 2009) | Movies, Films & Flix
  11. John’s Horror Corner INDEX: a list of all my horror reviews by movie release date | Movies, Films & Flix
  12. John’s Horror Corner presents Strong Opinions: Critically analyzing 10 reasons I appreciated the Evil Dead (2013) remake. | Movies, Films & Flix
  13. John’s Horror Corner: The Barn (2016), an excellent case study in practical effects-driven microbudget horror. | Movies, Films & Flix
  14. John’s Horror Corner: Stephen King’s It (2017), a worthy re-adaptation and R-rated remake of 1990’s TV-PG Pennywise. | Movies, Films & Flix
  15. John’s Horror Corner: Friday the 13th (1980), before the days of Jason Voorhees. | Movies, Films & Flix
  16. John’s Horror Corner: Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986), introducing zombie Jason to more camp counselors and some of the most fun death scenes of the franchise so far. | Movies, Films & Flix

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