Well it’s that time of year again. That’s right, we got totally wrecked, bent, blitzed, blinded and trashed with all our old (and some new) friends at Horrorhound Weekend Indianapolis! We’ve got the recap in this episode.
Also we are celebrating the sendoff of my co-host, cohort, James Dunn, as he is fulfilling a lifelong dream of making movie monsters. If you listened last episode, we announced that James has been accepted to the Tom Savini Special FX Makeup Program — of course we’re getting drunk in his honor.
We wish James the best, but this doesn’t mean the end of 40oz. Of Horror… oh no! James will just be on remote from Pittsburgh while learning from the master. This can only mean bigger and better for the 40oz. Nation.
So raise your glass, bottle or can because James, we salute you. Drink up!
In this episode we are joined by Jake, Brandon and Billy Dee Williams in spirit. 40 oz. Colt 45s are consumed like water, and we also talk zombie survival.
James tells us why he was unhappy with the end of American Horror Story: Asylum, we talk about DVD compilations and stray from the genre as I talk about my favorite Kung Fu movie, Crippled Masters.
We reel it back in though. For fans of The Thing, we have a tidbit that will blow your mind… KABOOM, you’re welcome.
Of course we have our Horror News, WTF News and in Morbid Facts we tell you what sunscreen has caused people to burst into flames.
We’re not drunk — no, we were drunk last night. It’s the return of the hangover episode, but we’ve got plenty of horror to discuss.
In this episode, we talk about the Evil Dead remake and Lords of Salem and our buddy Lance Henriksen. I’ve got more What the Fuck news and of course there’s some new Boozin’ Gone Bad!
This episode was recorded before the mid-season premier of The Walking Dead, so there are no spoilers!
It’s that time of year again — it’s the hustle and bustle of the holiday season — when children try to catch a peek of St. Nick, families sip cocoa by a toasty fire… and the 40oz. of Horror crew is passed out on your lawn in a new-fallen snow.
This might be our last episode before we all die in the apocalypse.
We’ve got our 12 Horror Movies of Christmas, kids! We’re also talking about our own holiday #BoozinGoneBad stories, WTF News?!, and The Walking Dead.
Happy Holidays, everyone!
AMC is at it again — squeezing as much life out of The Walking Dead as possible.
In a nod to Robert Kirkman’s original books, the network plans to air seasons 1 and 2 of The Walking Dead in black and white. AMC previously aired a black and white version of the first episode, “Days Gone Bye,” over the summer.
Glen Mazzara announced the B&W special by retweeting a clip from The Walking Dead Magazine. The first two episodes of the series will air on Thursday, February 14 starting at 6:30 p.m. The following dates and times are for the first 12 episodes.
Dates and times for the rest of season 2 have yet to be announced.
While the content of the episodes won’t change, the black and white conversion might offer a different perspective for fans. I liked the special version of “Days Gone Bye,” but I’m not sure what to think about having this many episodes with the new color treatment.
What do you guys think?