Yesterday we spoke about 60's and 70's horror film classics - today we discuss 80s and 90s horror films. Arne has his own recommendations from anime, Italian, Australian and Hong Kong horror movies. Please check it out. if you like it, please SHARE! Thank you!
When I started the Halloween series on here, I asked my interviewee's what their favourite horror film is - but with Arne, he knew SO MUCH about horror that we discussed all of them! Hence these podcasts being in four parts! In this first podcast we go through the 60's and 70's. Arne also educated me on other horror films, Italian and Australian ones, that have been added to my need to watch list.
I was keen to hear how this year has impacted projects and how he has moved other projects forward during the pandemic. Of course we discuss horror films and also his picks from the list of horror flicks through the decades.
I had SUCH fun putting this together. I asked The Mighty Dragon past interviewees what their favourite horror film is... and here's what they said. Watch out for a superstar at the end.
Check out my podcast with writer and director Sylas Dall, we talk horror films plus his top picks from the decades of horror. Sylas has his movie They Reach coming out Nov 3 - don't miss it!
We spoke about how he, as an actor, prepares for horror and comedy genres, his favourite horror films, his Halloween plans and what he's got planned for the rest of the year
I caught up with Chelsea Jurkiewicz on The Mighty Dragon podcast. We discussed her latest projects, what she’s got planned for Halloween and her favourite horror films. Please like and share 🙏🐉 The Mighty Dragon podcast with Chelsea Jurkiewicz
I must admit, I find Kubrick as fascinating as his movies, especially A Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket and, of course, The Shining.
Up in his room the red faced demon seems to be a puppeteer, but don't be fooled, this is no Geppetto. The music, the puppets and his weird hands playing with the strings leaves you in no doubt that is in fact probably the devil itself.
The idea in itself as a horror film is great. In this situation, its very hard to escape the bad guy when he preys on us in something that we all naturally have to do, sleep.