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horror from a christian perspective...TFTCF is best experienced using headphones.
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Reviewing B-Movies and Genre Flicks from a Christian perspective. WHY NOT CONTACT ME at contactus@theflicksthatchurchforgot.com WITH COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS AND I'LL READ THEM OUT THE SHOW.
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September 18, 2014 03:24 PM PDT

Say whaaaaa? This is the one hundredth episode? Hadn't even realised that until now. smiley
Well, tonight's final episode in the three parter looks are more British Horror releases, making their way to Blu Ray and DVD (all from Network):

Hands of the Ripper
Catacombs
Countess Dracula
The Monster Club

Music used in this episode includes:
'PotatomAn' by 4cat
'The City Never Sleeps' by Tony Hymas. Frank Ricotti and Stan Sulzmann
'Ultra Violet Sox' by W. Bennet/ M. Christer and R. Emmanuel
All other music composed and performed by Peter Laws.

September 21, 2014 09:00 AM PDT

We continue our look at recent released with a slew of great British horror movies:

The Shout (Network Blu Ray)
Twins of Evil (Network Blu Ray)
The Abominable Dr. Phibes (Arrow Blu Ray)
Dr. Phibes Rises Again (Arrow Blu Ray)

Music used in this episode includes:
"Crystal Ball" by Stephen St Paul.
"Showtime #6" by Neil Amsterdam.
“45rpm needle off” by FreqMan
"Midnight Serenade" by David Lindup
plus
2 Unknown library pieces from "The Fog". I can't seem to find any attribution information for these tracks. Sorry!
All other music composed and performed by Peter Laws

September 17, 2014 12:54 PM PDT

My letterbox has been pleasantly bulging with horror screeners recently, and so tonight I dive in to the pile for a multi part episode.

In this first outing, I'll be reviewing the following five releases:

Faust (Eureka Blu Ray)
Almost Human
Werewolf Rising
The Burbs (Arrow Blu Ray)
VHS 2 (currently streaming on NOW TV UK)

Music used in this episode includes:
"Robo-Cruisin-Bruise" by Unquiet Sky
"Gypsy Violin Variation" by Freq Man
"Frosty Morning" by Bill Macauley
"Exploration" by Trevor Bastow

All other music composed and performed by Peter Laws.

August 09, 2014 11:14 AM PDT

After our in depth review of the funky horror movie "The Beast Within" we now throw ourselves into the deeper themes suggested by the movie. Looking at all sorts of stuff including: species dysphoria, clinical lycanthropy, Therians, otherkins, furries and (who'd of thunk it?) Christianity.

All music written and performed by Peter Laws except:
Faisceau Hertzien by Claude Vasori

August 07, 2014 03:48 PM PDT

Finally I've been able to replace my broken laptop and can get back to audio editing...which can mean only one thing: more flicks that church forgot! Tonight, we look a 1982 big budget B-movie that manages to be both grim and hilarious, "The Beast Within".

And if you want to delve even deeper into the themes of the movie, then be sure to check out the second part of the podcast, where I'll be throwing history, theology, psychoanalysis and a dash of clinical lycanthropy into a discussion of human beings and their fear and fascination with change.

Music used in this episode includes:
Atmos Cicadas Evening Cicadas & Frogs by abcopen
Gypsy-esque Clarinet & Sax 103 bpm » Gypsy 2 Clarinet A 103bpm by Stephenchai
Dinosaurs by Unknown Artist
Old Junk Flowers Simplistic Beats 3 by Hello Flowers.
Drama Nine by ?
Sales Conference by Tony Kinsey
Teenage Suspense by Keith Mansfield

April 30, 2014 11:34 AM PDT

It's not just Edward Lionheart who has his critics, we do too. But what effect can rejection have on the human pysche? And how do we deal with those who criticise us: decapitate them and plonk their head on a bottle of milk? Or are there more nuanced responses? All this and more in part two of Theatre of Blood - Dealing With Rejection.

Music Used in this Episode Includes:
"Roman Drama" by Hound-of-Winter
"Workin'", "Exploration" "Kinetic" by Trevor Bastow
"Vinyl_record_needle_static_01" by Joe Deshon
"Mosey On" by Neitzlawe
"Hacker Mind" by Reasoner
"Games" by Sirhc 700

April 29, 2014 01:38 AM PDT

To murder your critics or not to murder your critics. That is the question, and Vincent Price has an answer: Kill them all! Join me as I review the upcoming release of British horror movie 'Theatre of Blood' from 1973, one of Price's personal favourite roles.

Music in this episode includes:
'Sophisticate 1 & Long Shadows 2' by James Clarke
'ParkGuell - akkordeonwalkaround and away' by Tonfug
'Scythe of the Satry' by STEM
'Isolation of Bliss' by Kor-Rune
'Boss for Ed' by Brian May (from Roadgames)
'Fading Light' by StaticStigma

February 19, 2014 04:00 PM PST

In this final part of my series on Frankenstein I explore the tragic heart of Mary Shelley's tale. A story of heartbreaking rejection.

Music and Sound Effects Used in this Episode Includes:

"Danse Macabre - Isolated Harp" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

"Danse Macabre - Big Hit 2" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

"Rites" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

"Angry Mob" Sound Effect by Unchaz

All Other Music by Peter Laws

February 15, 2014 04:00 PM PST

Theories on what the Frankenstein story 'means' are everywhere. In this episode I explore two. First up it's the controversy the film and book caused amongst Christians as they felt it was an affront to God. And I also look into the often discussed idea that films like Bride of Frankenstein are really just allegory's exploring homosexuality.

Part three in a four part exploration of the Frankenstein Myth.

Music and Effects Used in this episode includes:
"Seven March" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

"Night of Chaos" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

"Squishes" by Eneasz

"Low and Ominous" by Peter Laws.

February 11, 2014 04:00 PM PST

More body parts, more madd(ish) science, more Frankenstein! I look at Hammer's seminal 'Curse of Frankenstein' from 1957 and I also review the upcoming DVD release of the 1973 TV Movie 'Frankenstein: The True Story' (released by Second Sight on 10th March, 2014) There's a brief glance at Stuart Gordon's 'Re-Animator' too, from 1985.

Music used in this episode includes:
“Murray Rescues Jessica/ Underneath the Hawthorne Tree/ The End of the Count" by John Cacavas - from The Satanic Rites of Dracula (Public Domain Movie)
“Hannahs Mesmirazation” by Philip Lombro - from Crypt of the Living Dead – (Public Domain Movie)
“Space Probe” by Alan Hawkshaw
“Animal Antics” by Eugene Cines
“Flight of the Condor” by John Hyde
“Seeds in the Wind” by Dick Walter
“Jacobs Ladder 06” by DJ Chronos

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