Episode 9 : The Funhouse
In the latest auditory assault, Sarah and Jamie take some time to dissect and dismember 1981′s The Funhouse as the first flick in this months Clowntown theme. Expect plenty of talk of ghost trains, dickhead characters, creepy clockwork toys, and squirmy moments alongside the usual trips down digression alley.
Hear the new Focus On feature that will be a permanent addition to all review shows from now on too. This week we take a look at the varied career of Tobe Hooper, director of The Funhouse and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Do our fearless hosts love his work or hate it? There is only one way to find out…
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This week’s show (and probably the next bunch of weeks) includes an audiobed of a track from a pinky violence compilation that Jamie found at a car boot sale, after accidentally deleting all of the soundtracks, scores, and Goblin records from his music library. He was really angry. The show is played out by Kevin Blechdom with the track Monster from her Gentlemania album. It’s great and you should check it out.
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