Vampires?: Chris and Tom review two more films from the Section 3 Video Nasties list that feature two very different takes on the vampire, or are they vampires at all? Listen to find out…
Category: The Strange and Deadly Show
Friday the 13th 1 & 2: Despite their reluctance to tackle one of the biggest horror franchises of all time, Chris and Tom put out a bumper episode of The Strange and Deadly Show and put Jason Voorhees away once and for all…or do they?
Kick Ass Women: The Strange and Deadly Show returns with a double bill of films where the women come out on top! The classic Blaxploitation flick Foxy Brown and the sexy martial arts flick Naked Fist aka Firecracker!
Killer Aliens: The theme of the week is aliens, but in true Section 3 video nasties style the films are worlds apart. The Strange and Deadly Show returns for 2015!
Holiday Horror: Ho Ho Holy crap it’s the Christmas episode of The Strange and Deadly Show! The theme is occasion based horror with Christmas Evil and Happy Birthday to Me!
Mismatched Nasties: Chris and Tom take a short detour from themed double bills to tick a couple of mis-matched films from the Section 3 Video Nasties list: Brutes and Savages and Pigs.
Scool Slashers: In Episode Three of The Strange and Deadly Show, Chris and Tom go back to 1981 with two school themed slashers: Final Exam and Graduation Day. Will these two slashers from the Section 3 Video Nasties list hold up today?
David Cronenberg: Join Chris and Tom as they continue their trawl through the section 3 video nasties list with a double bill of early David Cronenberg classics: Rabid and Scanners!
Cannibal Films: Join Chris Clayton (Goreboy Radio) and Tom Elliot (The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse, The Twilight Zone Podcast) as they explore the strange and deadly world of horror and cult cinema, focusing specifically on the section 3 films related to the video nasties scare. In this opening show they discuss Ruggero Deodato’s Cannibal and Jess Franco’s Cannibals.