Queer Horror Cult
#094 - The Hands of My Mother
This week Aria and Lori examine the life and crimes of a young man who was truly born under punches by watching--nay, experiencing--Alejandro Jodorowsky's "Santa Sangre" (1989).
Audio clip from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" (2015).
#097 - Snake Plissken: Putting the 'Peen' in Penal Colony
Aria and Lori enter the thunderdome to experience that East Coast/West Coast fray as realized in John Carpenter's "Escape From New York" (1981) and "Escape From L.A." (1996), with a digestif of Italian knock-off "Escape From the Bronx" (1983) for good measure.
#096 - Tumour? I Hardly Know Her!
In probably the flimsiest excuse for an episode yet, Aria and Lori really milk it for all it's worth by languishing at the intersection of Tumour Terror and Medical Malfeasance! Join us for a look at "Malignant" (2021), "The Dark Half" (1993), another pass at "Basket Case" (1982), and a bonus movie morsel of "The Slash of the Knife" (1972)! Even this description is phoning it in!Audio clip from "Videodrome" (1983).
#095 - Ménage à Trauma
Feeling the post-Valentine's blues? Well don't worry, Queer Horror Cult is here for you to love on! Get ready to run a train on a trio of twisted tales of romance as we invite "The Loved Ones" (2009), "Wild at Heart" (1990), and "Trouble Every Day" (2001) to bed.Audio clip from "Psychos in Love" (1987).