Podcasters Of Horror Episode 3 – Chocolate and Homecoming

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Podcasters Of Horror Episode 3 – Chocolate and Homecoming

Welcome to a brand new Mini Podcast series from The Super Podcast with Podcasters Of Horror! This mini series will cover short reviews and discussion for every episode of Mick Garris’ Masters Of Horror!

Your trusty hosts ‘Super’ Marcey Papandrea and ‘The Terrible Australian’ Bede Jermyn are back with another episode of Podcasters Of Horror. For this third installment we take a look at Masters Of Horror fifth and sixth episodes or short films with Chocolate and Homecoming.

Chocolate was directed by show runner and director of Sleepwalkers Mick Garris, it stars Henry Thomas, Matt Frewer and Lucie Laurier. Homecoming was directed by Piranha and The Howling’s Joe Dante, it stars Jon Tenney, Robert Picardo, Thea Gill and Terry David Mulligan.

Highlights include:

* Bede and Marcey introduce these two short films.

* Was the concept of Chocolate explored enough?

* Did we really need to see Henry Thomas’ O face?!

* Could Chocolate really be about stalking?

* How Homecoming is still relevant even today

* What makes Homecoming a unique zombie film

* Did Joe Dante make a film in the vein of George A. Romero?

* Ratings for each film

* Plus much, much more!

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