Posts Tagged ‘Valentine’

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In this bonus episode Louise Boyd and RJ Bayley take on the bewildering 3D remake of My Bloody Valentine, inventively titled My Bloody Valentine 3D.

This kind-of-appendix to our main 12 Months of Terror entry on My Bloody Valentine offers a comparative review of the film that sparks our wider discussion on the merits of 3D in film, the importance of stylistic synergy in a movie and just how long that actress must’ve been naked for.

From the paintings of Rothko to midgets with fake breasts, we cover the high, low and all brows in between in this 12 Months Of Terror bonus.

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In time for March’s episode on Leprechaun Twelve Months Of Terror is now available on iTunes!

By simply clicking the link below and hitting ‘subscribe’ you can get all the Twelve Months Of Terror webcasts delivered to you the moment they are released. You can also download our previous episodes on New Year’s Evil and My Bloody Valentine if you want to catch up on the project and listen from the start.

So go on, don’t hate the playa or the game; tickle the link with your clicker.
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TWELVE MONTHS OF TERROR WEBCAST

 

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Sykesfall & For Your Eyes Owlny

For a long time now I’ve been a huge fan of All of Whine And Space and their pop-cultural webcast based chatter. Of all their output however, my favourite has always been their commentaries of  all 28 James Bond films. To me these defined the blogging project that was BlogalongaBond. 

So naturally, when it came to my pet project Twelve Months of Terror, my first thoughts on who to get involved outside of Louise was All of Whine And Space(more…)

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!
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Goats In The Machine returns with a film that’s bound to get your heart beating – My Bloody Valentine.

Hit the link to join us, Louise Boyd and RJ Bayley as we journey into the murky mine-shaft of hysterical Valentine’s celebrations gone wrong in the American Heartland.

What makes Harry Warden such a good horror villain? Why are 80s horrors aging so poorly compared to their 70s counterparts? What are the effects of ingesting nothing but copious amounts of sugar over the course of a film? Why is the Yorkshire Mining Museum the pride of the British entertainment and tourist industry? Find out the answers to these questions and more! Hit the link after the jump! (more…)