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the flicks that church forgot
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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July 07, 2016 08:29 AM PDT

Join me for a thoughtful dose of 'Concrete Horror' (scary movies set on council estates).

Here a fourteen year old boy has to move in into his dad's dingy apartment, only to find there's something stirring in the abandoned flat next door.

Includes a reflection on homelessness.

Please note the the VIDEO VERSION of this episode is here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VKE_bAjHgk

Also includes info on my speaking at the ASSAP Seriously Strange Conference in September, 2016. Details below:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/assap-35th-anniversary-conference-seriously-strange-tickets-24751662890

www.theflicksthatchurchforgot.com
Twitter: @revpeterlaws

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

July 07, 2016 06:45 AM PDT

I review the horror thriller Visions, starring Isla Fisher

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
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May 27, 2016 09:06 AM PDT

Brace yourself for the most convoluted production story in horror...Blood Bath has been released by Arrow Video in four different versions. Here I review the new Blu Ray, chart the history and comment on wether restriction might be a vital element for creativity.

Versions Covered are:

Operation Tician
Portait in Terror
Blood Bath
Track of the Vampire

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

May 06, 2016 06:24 AM PDT

This is the second part in my look at Pet Sematary. The earlier episode reviewed an upcoming documentary on the film. This episode dives into the source itself, reviewing the film, touching on the book, and asking what the deeper themes might be.

NOTE: Remember that this audio podcast is available as a YOUTUBE video with visuals. And this episode in particular looks at symbols and images from the film. So you may want to try that out.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aXEk91MAvs

May 05, 2016 05:45 AM PDT

I kick off an in depth look at Stephen King's Pet Sematary (1989). In this episode, I review a fantastic upcoming documentary called 'Unearthed and Untold.'

(REMEMBER THAT THIS IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN VIDEO FORMAT ON YOUTUBE)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgZZklJNcUEZplFDboNho6g

April 12, 2016 01:49 PM PDT
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Join me for the third and final part of a three part special, exploring how horror can sometimes play on our fears of mutated bodies.

Tonight we'll be looking at the famous and controversial movie Freaks from 1932. Asking why it effectively killed the career of it's director, and more than that, what it might teach us today.

Music composed and performed by Peter Laws

Screener Discs provided by Hollywood Classics.

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.comThe 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

April 12, 2016 01:47 PM PDT

Join me for the second in a three part special, exploring how horror can sometimes play on our fears of mutated bodies.

For tonight, we'll delve into the subversive world of the Basket Case Trilogy, and as wether the term 'freak' (so frequently used in the film) may actually be a relative term.

Music composed and performed by Peter Laws

Stills used under Fair Use.

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.comThe 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

April 12, 2016 01:44 PM PDT

It's the first in a three part special, exploring how horror can sometimes play on our fears of mutated bodies.

So tonight, we're looking at the new Arrow Video release of a film full of 'morbid doodling with body parts.' Yep, it's Brian Yuzna's 'Bride of Re-Animator'.

Music composed and performed by Peter Laws

Screener Discs provided by Arrow Video.

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

March 20, 2016 04:00 PM PDT

Join me as I review five funky, freaky, fun films:

GOODNIGHT MOMMY (2014)
DEATHGASM (2015)
THE MONOLITH MONSTERS (1957)
MONSTER ON THE CAMPUS (1958)
BUDO (1978)

Music composed by Peter Laws. Stills used under fair use.

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
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