Insanity in horror films is the topic of this mad, mad, mad, mad episode of Boys and Ghouls. Listen in as Kat and Marshall take a look at a selection of movies where the main character’s biggest problem is the touch-and-go status of their own sanity.
The Boys and Ghouls duo take a look at what Anthony Perkins got up to in the 1983 sequel to “Psycho”, “Psycho II”, as well as his wonderfully titled made for TV movie, “How Awful About Alan”.
We look at the movie that started the term gaslight, “Gaslight” (1944) and then go into the mouth of madness with “In the Mouth of Madness” (1994). And we see just what insanity awaits in 1920’s “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari".
Also, Kat relates the story of hearing a scary noise in her apartment.