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1001 Frights Episode 10: Gothic Swashbucklers!

Today, Jerry and Bobby talk about some “Gothic Swashbucklers”, as they name them.

In this episode, we cover

  • Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013)
  • Brothers Grimm (2005)
  • Van Helsing (2004)
  • Captain Kronos-Vampire Hunter (1974)

As always, if you have any questions or submissions, feel free to email us at 1001frights@gmail.com or to send us a question at our tumblr here. Or, if you’d like to message us personally, you can reach Jerry at @sonofether on twitter or at thedrunkenminstrel.tumblr.com, and you can reach Bobby at @LuckyRevenant on Twitter or at thecaptivephantom.tumblr.com. And if you would like to donate to our Patreon, you can find it here

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1001 Frights Episode 9: Happy Birthday!

Today, Jerry and Bobby celebrate the works of Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, and Vincent Price!

In this episode we cover:

  • Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
  • The Horror of Dracula (1958)
  • House on Haunted Hill (1959)
  • The Masque of the Red Death (1964)

Also mentioned on this episode: this delightful Rifftrax song
As always, if you have any questions or submissions, feel free to email us at 1001frights@gmail.com or to send us a question at our tumblr here. Or, if you’d like to message us personally, you can reach Jerry at @sonofether on twitter or at thedrunkenminstrel.tumblr.com, and you can reach Bobby at @LuckyRevenant on Twitter or at thecaptivephantom.tumblr.com. And if you would like to donate to our Patreon, you can find it here

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1001 Frights Episode 8: You’ll All See!

Today, Jerry and Bobby talk about mad scientists!

In this episode, we cover:

  • The Fly (1958)
  • The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
  • Re-Animator (1985)
  • Witch Doctor by Brandon Seifert and Lukas Ketner

As always, if you have any questions or submissions, feel free to email us at 1001frights@gmail.com or to send us a question at our tumblr here. Or, if you’d like to message us personally, you can reach Jerry at @sonofether on twitter or at mallbabeeatingchilifries.tumblr.com, and you can reach Bobby at @LuckyRevenant on Twitter or at thecaptivephantom.tumblr.com. And if you would like to donate to our Patreon, you can find it here

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1001 Frights Episode 7: We Got Hobgoblins and Dead Space

Today, Jerry and Bobby talk about Japanese horror stories! Also, Jerry lies a lot!

In this episode, we cover:

As always, if you have any questions or submissions, feel free to email us at 1001frights@gmail.com or to send us a question at our tumblr here. Or, if you’d like to message us personally, you can reach Jerry at @sonofether on twitter or at mallbabeeatingchilifries.tumblr.com, and you can reach Bobby at @LuckyRevenant on Twitter or at thecaptivephantom.tumblr.com. And if you would like to donate to our Patreon, you can find it here

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1001 Frights Episode 6: Metafictional Extravaganza

In this episode, Jerry and Bobby talk about a group of horror movies about horror movies! They also introduce their brand new patreon!

In this episode we cover:

As always, if you have any questions or submissions, feel free to email us at 1001frights@gmail.com or to send us a question at our tumblr here. Or, if you’d like to message us personally, you can reach Jerry at @sonofether on twitter or at thedrunkenminstrel.tumblr.com, and you can reach Bobby at @LuckyRevenant on Twitter or at thecaptivephantom.tumblr.com. And if you would like to donate to our Patreon, you can find it here

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1001 Frights Episode 5: Too Good For Its Own Good

In this episode, Jerry and Bobby finally get around to talking about the cartoons they’ve mentioned here and there for months. They also discuss why they think horror is important for children, and treat the audience to a dancing skeleton cartoon from Disney’s early years.

In this episode we cover:

Also mentioned on the show:

  • “Fairy tales do not give the child his first idea of bogey. What fairy tales give the child is his first clear idea of the possible defeat of bogey.” — GK Chesterton from Tremendous Trifles (1909) which has many variations.
  • “Scooby-Doo and Secular Humanism” by Chris Sims

As always, if you have any questions or submissions, feel free to email us at 1001frights@gmail.com or to send us a question at our tumblr onethousandandonefrights.tumblr.com. Or, if you’d like to message us personally, you can reach Jerry at @sonofether on twitter or at thedrunkenminstrel.tumblr.com or you can reach Bobby at @LuckyRevenant on Twitter or at thecaptivephantom.tumblr.com.

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1001 Frights Episode 4: Finally Something Worse Than Dead Space

Welcome back to another episode of 1001 Frights! In this episode, Jerry and Bobby read a bunch of old, spooooky stories and then subject themselves to a terrible Gremlins rip-off! Also, they listen to a Paul F Tompkins joke and talk about why we humans love horror!

In this episode we cover:

As always, if you have any questions or submissions, feel free to email us at 1001frights@gmail.com or to send us a question at our tumblr onethousandonefrights.tumblr.com. Or, if you’d like to message us personally, you can reach Jerry at @sonofether on twitter or at thedrunkenminstrel.tumblr.com or you can reach Bobby at @LuckyRevenant on Twitter or at thecaptivephantom.tumblr.com.

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1001 Frights Episode 3: An Embarrassment of Ghosts and Spirits

Welcome again to another brand new episode of 1001 Frights. This week, Jerry and Bobby discuss some listener submissions in their continuing quest to discover the 1001 best horror stories of all time. Hopefully, their adventure goes better than those discussed in this week’s episode!

Stories covered in this episode:

  • “Oh Whistle And I’ll Come To You My Lad” by M.R. James
  • Alien directed by Ridley Scott
  • Rigor Mortis directed by Juno Mak
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask developed by Nintendo

And, as always, we are super excited for any submissions you may want to send us! Feel free to contact Bobby @luckyrevenant on Twitter or Jerry @sonofether on Twitter, or at our tumblr here.

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Outside The Comfort Zone: Breaking Bad

There are five humans on Planet Earth who have not seen Breaking Bad. These humans were once selected by one Zordon to defend the Earth from Rita Repulsa’s conquering army. […]

There are five humans on Planet Earth who have not seen Breaking Bad. These humans were once selected by one Zordon to defend the Earth from Rita Repulsa’s conquering army. Once I learned that my dear friend Jerry was one of those five humans, I had to bring back Outside The Comfort Zone to make him watch Breaking Bad. We of course decided to not discuss Jerry’s experiences as a Power Ranger due to the fact that this is stuff he feels really uncomfortable revisiting.

Either way, we hope you enjoy this one! It was a really fun one to make and we hope to start bringing these back to this place sooner rather than later.

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1001 Frights Episode 2: An Intro to Some Greats (And Also Dead Space)

Welcome back to the second episode of 1001 Frights, where your hosts Jerry and Bobby discuss horror stories from across media in an effort to uncover the one thousand and […]

Welcome back to the second episode of 1001 Frights, where your hosts Jerry and Bobby discuss horror stories from across media in an effort to uncover the one thousand and one best horror stories of all time. If it counts as horror we’ll try and find a place for it on the list! So please, give it a listen, and if you have any stories you’d like us to talk about, or any questions for us, be sure to contact us at @sonofether or @luckyrevenant! Also, we now have a tumblr, which you can find here!

Stories covered in this episode:

  • Dead Space developed by Visceral Games and published by EA
  • Salem’s Lot by Stephen King
  • Hellraiser directed by Clive Barker
  • “The Shadow Over Innsmouth” by HP Lovecraft

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