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the flicks that church forgot
horror from a christian perspective...TFTCF is best experienced using headphones.
Category: TV & Film
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.
I'm an ordained Church Minister called Peter Laws who loves films and film soundtracks! I'll be reviewing horror flicks from a ...

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August 28, 2015 03:32 AM PDT

Some reviewers say 'Madman' from 1982 is 'dismal', 'boring' and 'completely generic'. So how come so many people don't only like it, but love it...including me. Join me as I review this quirky little slasher movie, in it's latest Blu Ray incarnation from Arrow Video.

I also explore how horror movies can create unexpected communities.

All Music in this episode composed and performed by Peter Laws (Except the theme from Madman by Gary Sales).

The Flicks That Church Forgot is a horror review podcast presented by Rev Peter Laws, an ordained church pastor and long time horror fan. You can find the show at theflicksthatchurchforgot.com

August 20, 2015 02:55 AM PDT

This isn't a proper episode so much as a reminder that the Flicks That Church Forgot is now on Youtube, so do go over there and subscribe for Video versions of the show as well as added video content.

Oh yeah!

August 17, 2015 08:42 AM PDT

Here's my in depth review of Arrow Video's new release of David Cronenberg's 'Videodrome'. Looking at the film, it's themes and the disc itself. I'll discuss the power of the media to turn us all into human VCR's. Well, something like that.

Music by Peter Laws.

July 21, 2015 04:04 PM PDT

Join me as I talk horror, politics, religion and bodily fluids with horror film maker, Brian Yuzna, the man behind horror films such as:
Re-Animator, From Beyond, Dagon, The Dentist, Faust, The Progeny, Necronomicon and more.

NOTE: This is an audio version of a video episode, so if you'd like to see us in conversation and not just hear us, then visit my Youtube Channel.https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Y6DeCMwCGG9MGyPfNVN_klVzt_Zu2Il

July 17, 2015 12:24 PM PDT

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS AN AUDIO VERSION OF THE VIDEO EPISODE. If you want to see the 'pretty' pictures and me talking at you then check it out on Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wn6PuOOgLec

If you like the blissfulness of no images, then this, my friend, is for you.

I review the new Blu Ray release of Brian Yuzna's SOCIETY from 1989 exploring the deeper themes and reflecting on it's wild approach.

The Flicks That Church Forgot is a horror review podcast presented by Rev Peter Laws: an ordained church pastor and long time horror fan. You can find the show at theflicksthatchurchforgot.com

-All Music by Peter Laws.

May 15, 2015 04:04 AM PDT

An in-depth review of the excellent and thought provoking Australian horror 'The Babadook'.

I've experimented with making a video version of this episode which is now up on Youtube. You can find it by subscribing to me on Youtube under The Flicks That Church Forgot or through my new website theflicksthatchurchforgot dot com.

This episode is the AUDIO extracted from that. So if you prefer to see it try Youtube, or if you'd like the audio version, enjoy!

All music composed and performed by Peter Laws.

March 29, 2015 04:00 AM PDT

In this, the fourth and final part of our demonic possession week extravaganza, I'll be asking the fundamental question: does this stuff only happen at the movies, or is there anything actually to it?

I'll be sharing my report from the Seriously Possessed conference, organised by ASSAP (The Association for the Scientific Study of Anomolous Phenomenon) where I heard views from skeptics, psychologists, sociologists, historians, spirit mediums and occultists. The episode also includes some helpful interviews I recorded with attendees of the conference.

All music in Possession week is composed, performed and produced by Peter Laws.

March 28, 2015 04:00 AM PDT

Hang on...you mean there's more than four possession movies out there? Yup..there's a LOT more and here's another two of them.

I'll be looking at the recent Scott Derrickson movie DELIVER US FROM EVIL (2014) about a New York police sergeant trying to police Satan and his minions - imagine the paperwork!

Then we'll look at the blaxploitation movie ABBY (1974) Known as The Black Exorcist this fun and intriguing horror stars William Marshall (yeah, I know...Blacula 'vs' Nigerian devil Gods - how cool is that?).

All music in Possession week is composed, performed and produced by Peter Laws.

March 27, 2015 04:00 AM PDT

We continue our look at the whacked out, creepy world of demonic possession. Tonight I'll be discussing what I reckon is a pretty darn freaky possession movie: BEYOND THE DOOR from 1974. Seen by many as a cruddy Exorcist rip off, I found it to be inventive and yes, even a little bit scary.

Then we enter the little known world of Jewish Exorcism as I review the 2012 moth-bourne spirit movie: THE POSSESSION. Shalom!

All music in Possession week is composed, performed and produced by Peter Laws.

March 25, 2015 12:44 PM PDT

Shark Week? Pah!...how about blinkin' demonic possession week!

Join me over the next four nights for a four part series reviewing no less than six demonic possession movies. Then in part four I'll be discussing the real life implications of demonic possession and exploring opinion from psychologists, occultist, sociologists and, well...me.

Part One:
Tonight I'll be asking if the devil might lack ambition in THE EXORCIST (1973), and I'll also analyse the Turkish version, called SEYTAN (1974)

All music in Possession week is composed, performed and produced by Peter Laws.

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