Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut (Podcast)
ELI ROTH'S HISTORY OF HORROR: UNCUT brings together the masters of horror - icons and stars who define the genre - to explore its biggest themes and reveal the inspirations and struggles behind its past and present. Each episode will take viewers on a chilling exploration of how horror has evolved through the eras and impacted society, as well as why loyal fans remain addicted to fear.
1. Stephen King
Stephen King sits down with Eli Roth to discuss things that go bump in the night.
2. Edgar Wright
Writer / director Edgar Wright talks about things that scare him, things that make him laugh, and those very special things that do both.
3. Quentin Tarantino
Grindhouse auteur Quentin Tarantino shares his self-taught style of filmmaking on this week’s horror history lesson.
7. Catherine Hardwicke
Catherine Hardwicke discusses vampires, werewolves and her monster hit TWILIGHT.
Eli Eli Eli! I've been sticking up for you for years, I love your style & gumption but why are your insanely good movies not on Shudder!? The Green Inferno makes Cannibal Holocaust look like caca(yes i know you loooove CH) The Green Inferno is one of the best horror movies ever, its terrifying on so many levels. Lorenza is forever a Scream Queen in my eyes, her terror is so realistic.. Did you pull a Kubrick on her like he did to Shelley when filming the Shining. PS All Stephen King movies should he on here as well.
Really enjoyed this series and was nice to hear some of the stories from the guys and gals being interviewed. Some of ya'll need to pull your heads out your a** and quit the b******g about 'SJW' this or leftist that. Ya sound like little p***** who can't take other people's views. 4 Stars, check it out!
Love hearing these pros talk about horror. It's great that Eli Roth is so enthusiastic, but it would be nice if he could taper that excitement a little bit, so he wouldn't talk over the guests or change topics as much. Still glad to hear these convos and would love to hear more.
tried writing review: disappeared. WHY weren't The Hunger and Frank Langella's Dracula in ep 6?! Both GREAT movies! WHY wasn't Return of the Living Dead in ep 1? or the New Zealand movie, Black Sheep?! two TOP notch zombie flicks. also: quentin tarantino needs to be ignored. I DO appreciate the conversations re politics and social issues as metaphors.
Was Film Theory your favorite class? Listen! Especially Edgar Wright and Quentin Tarantino!