Now for the 70s. Continuing our weekly horror specials for the month, Aaron is joined once again by Jimmy O from JoBlo.com, Brandon Peters from The Naptown Nerd, and Jason Coleman from Starpulse.com with the intention of talking more horror. This time the guys are dealing with horror from the 1970s, which ranges from prestige and mainstream entries like The Exorcist to experimental efforts like The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, which has obviously gone on to become a classic. Various directors are discussed, the impact of films like Halloween and Jaws is given attention, and plenty of other films are brought up in this fun conversation. And stay tuned for next week’s episode discussing the 1980s, where the guys will go over B-movie fun, gore, slasher films, and more!
So now, if you’ve got an hour to kill…
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