Freaks and The Funhouse

July 13th, 2015

Carnivals and circuses are great places to set a horror movie.  Join the Boys and Ghouls duo as they explore just what it is about these fun and colorful experiences that also provides dread and menace enough for generations of horror films.

Spanning the decades of cinema, this episode focuses on two such movies; "Freaks" (1932) directed by Dracula's Tod Browning, and "The Funhouse" (1981) directed by Tobe Hooper as he lets us know, once again, that everything's bigger in Texas, including the terror.
Also, Kat and Marshall share their day on the set of a low budget horror-comedy as they make a cameo in a movie within a movie.
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