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EP081: Robert Foxworth in DEATHMOON (1978)

A businessman suffering from nervous exhaustion jets away to Hawaii to unwind, but his troubles only intensify when he receives his inheritance, a bloodline curse that transforms him into a werewolf, in this 1978 CBS Movie-of-the-Week.

EP076: Spielberg’s SOMETHING EVIL (1972) with John Kenneth Muir

Immediately after the success of DUEL, Steven Spielberg set to work on a possession story titled, SOMETHING EVIL (1972), featuring Sandy Dennis, Darren McGavin, Ralph Bellamy, and Johnny Whitaker. Unknown to many and underrated by some, this CBS telefilm merits discussion. I’m joined by genre expert and author John Kenneth Muir to explore this gem from the Movie of the Week golden age.

EP071: William Shatner in The Horror at 37,000 Feet (1973)

TV TERROR PODCAST takes you higher. An unspeakable evil has boarded an international flight and it’s up to the crew and its passengers to mollify angry spirits if they’re ever to touch down safely. William Shatner and Roy Thinnes star.

EP055: Arthur Kennedy in CRAWLSPACE (1972)

Adapted from the Herbert Lieberman novel, Crawlspace (1971), this 1972 CBS telefilm tells the cautionary tale of a childless retired couple, named Albert and Alice Graves who adopt a stray young man whom they discover living in the crawlspace in their basement.

EP048: Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (1969-72) with special guest, Kevin Shinick

Our paws are all over the top dog of Saturday morning, SCOOBY-DOO, WHERE ARE YOU! (1969-72). Kevin Shinick, writer of the 2015 animated movie, Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery, joins us to explore Scooby’s enduring appeal.

EP046: The Twilight Zone: Rod Serling’s The Midnight Sun (1961)

The earth has slipped out of its elliptical orbit and is drifting closer to the sun in a Twilight Zone nightmare penned by Rod Serling. We pause to reflect on a New Year, another trip around the sun, and what better way to ready ourselves for another journey than with a classic Twilight Zone episode that muses upon our relationship with our neighbor star? Besides, it’s TZ marathon time, so here’s one to get us started.

EP045: Kevin Shinick / Memories of Tony Randall

We chat with Emmy Award-winning writer/actor/producer, Kevin Shinick about his mentor, Tony Randall, in a special bonus installment of TV TERROR that follows up our Odd Couple Christmas Carol episode. Join us!

EP044: An Odd Couple CHRISTMAS CAROL (1970)

In the 1970 episode, “Scrooge Gets An Oscar,” from The Odd Couple’s first season, we get a hilarious take on the world’s most famous ghost story. I’m joined by special friends, Anthony D. P. Mann and Barry Yuen for some fun banter about everyone’s favorite mispaired friends. Look for Anthony D.P. Mann’s own A CHRISTMAS CAROL audio production, now available from Bleak December and Brilliance Audio!

EP040: Steve Railsback in HELTER SKELTER (1976)

We take the occasion of Charles Manson’s death to visit the docudrama, Helter Skelter, starring Steve Railsback. The murders that shocked a nation have reverberated for decades and so it is worth noting the death of the man who directed those senseless killings. This excellent telefilm was produced close in time to the actual events and tells the story without any sense of exploitation.

EP037: An avenging angel metes out justice in Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)

DARK NIGHT OF THE SCARECROW ranks as a high watermark for the horror genre, not just in television, but in any medium. Directed by Frank DeFelitta (Audrey Rose, The Entity) from the script by J.D. Feigelson and starring Larry Drake and Charles Durning, it’s a terrifying exercise in otherworldly justice.

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