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Oct 24, 2017

INTERVIEW BEGINS AT 7:58 - Some of you have been clamoring for Jeff Wolfe to return to the show after our first conversation back in episode 23. Jeff, of course, is the scribe at, one of, I think, the must-read blogs on the intrawebz if you’re into things like the occult or counterculture, or, as is this case with our chat here, the subversiveness of horror cinema.

Jeff is one of the biggest horror geeks I know, and I thought it was fitting to ask him back on the show to have a conversation that not only pays tribute to the film genre that he and I love most, but to give a honor two of its very best artisans in George Romero and Tobe Hooper. Both passed away earlier this year, and were primarily responsible for laying the groundwork for what most of us know as modern horror cinema.

If you’re a fan of the genre or any of the movies of these guys, you’ll quite enjoy this chat. And if you’re not, hopefully you will be interested in their work afterward. Jeff and I are gonna slip on our leatherfaces, crank up this chainsaw and cast this pod off deep into the heart of the dark counterculture, where zombies and those who run from them aren’t so different.




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