Out Now Bonus: Horror Special 2 – The 50s & 60s

Time for round 2.  The horror bonus episodes continue, as Aaron is joined by Naptown Nerd’s Brandon Peters, Starpulse’s Jason Colman, and JoBlo’s Jimmy O to discuss horror films during the 1950s and 60s.  This time period revolves around more movie monsters and Hammer Horror, how the atomic age and the Cold War became a factor, the works of Vincent Price and William Castle, the big changes taking place in the 60s, which included the shift into the supernatural-themed horror, the early days of slasher films coming from some great filmmakers, and plenty more, which the guys try to get all into.  It is another fun episode and stay tuned for next week, when the guys talk entirely about 70s horror, when things get experimental, bloodier, and grittier.

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

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