Episode 3: Black & White Horror – Part 2

When discussing this huge criteria of film, we can’t just stop after one episode, so we’re back to discuss another 3 films, ones that might be a little more obscure to the average fan. Within this show, we discuss Jess Franco’s The Diabolical Dr. Z (1966), Jacques Tourneur’s Night of the Demon (1957), and Kaneto Shindô Onibaba (1964). You may have seen some of these, maybe all, but when is the last time you visited them and really took note on how well made they are? And if you haven’t seen them, well then, you’ll be in for a real treat. No matter the case, give a listen to hear why we think these three films are pretty damn special.

Don’t worry, we’ll be hitting this topic more than a few times, but we’ll move on next to discuss some of our other favorites.


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