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on February 21, 2014 | 4 Comments

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It’s EPISODE 150 of the Rue Morgue Podcast!!!

If you’re expecting us to do something special for this episode, then your expectations are well deserved.

On this show, legendary British horror journalist and musician Stephen Thrower joins me for a killer edition of Five Sleazy Pieces!

Mr. Thrower is the author of Beyond Terror: The Films of Lucio Fulci, The Eyeball Compendium and Nightmare USA all available through FAB Press. He was a former member of British industrial music pioneers Coil and is currently one half of experimental noise merchants Cyclobe.

Inspired by a piece he wrote in The Guardian a couple of years ago entitled From Goblin to Morricone: The Art of Horror Movie Music, I asked Stephen to kindly select a number of curious tracks from various horror movies that would yield some juicy talking points. Thankfully, he complied.



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  1. DEADLINE says:

    A fitting celebration; congrats on reaching 150 episodes, Feedback! This ep was excellent: it not only satieted my prog rock cravings, it also made me want to revisit my Twin Peaks and Phantasm collections in the summer (even though I’ve raced through both in the past couple of years … I might have to make it an annual ‘thing’). Cheers!

  2. Angela says:

    I loved this…want to make my own CD of all the tracks represented here. Lovely!

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