Out Now Bonus: Horror Special 1 – The Early Years

So it begins! Thanks to some prodding by Joblo.com’s Jimmy O, we were inspired to do something special with the podcast for the month of October.  The idea is to release a new bonus episode every Friday this month, in an effort to cover the various decades of horror.  For this first week, Aaron is joined by Naptown Nerd’s Brandon Peters and Starpulse’s Jason Colman to discuss horror films up to the 1940s.  This of course revolves around the silent film era, the early days of Universal’s Monster Movies, famed horror legends from that time, the many sequels and remakes that came during that time, and more.  We sort of jumped in head first on this podcast concept and ended up having a lot of fun the first time around, so we hope you enjoy and stay tuned for next week’s episode: Hammer, Sci-Fi & Price in 3-D!

Important Note:  This commentary may feature both juvenile uses of language and jokes that may be considered un-PC.  We of course are just trying to have a fun time…

So now, if you’ve got an hour to kill…

You can also find links to the episode at HHWLOD HERE or at Podomatic HERE or at Soundcloud HERE.  Subscribe via iTunes HERE

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