Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast welcomes film producer Irwin Yablans to talk about his new book, THE MAN WHO CREATED HALLOWEEN (6:28) as well as other memorable horror films from the past (HALLOWEEN 2 and SEASON OF THE WITCH, among others). After an incredibly energetic chat with Irwin, we take on this week's Netflix instant queue movie of the week and all-around horror classic, AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (55:22), which is perhaps the ultimate werewolf movie. Ammon then takes on THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN (1:07:17), HOUSE, and has a flippin' blast with Jason Statham in SAFE (1:17:08). Eric keeps a low profile by catching BAIT (1:24:31)and has the chance to remind us to avoid, at all costs, DARK SHADOWS (1:40:38). All this and more kicks off October on the AITH Podcast, with so much Halloween chatter that you'll all but be bitch-slapped with the holiday spirit by the end. So what are you waiting for--listen to the AITH Podcast now!
6:28 - THE GREAT IRWIN YABLANS COMES ON THE PROGRAM TO TALK ABOUT HIS NEW BOOK, THE MAN WHO CREATED HALLOWEEN!
55:22 - WE LOVE US SOME AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON, A WEREWOLF FILM THAT IS BOTH FUNNY AND HORRIFYING!
1:07:17) - JUMPING ON THE RICK BAKER BUS, AMMON TAKES ON THE HILARIOUSLY AWESOME/AWFUL FLICK, THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN!
1:24:31 - THE ONLY THING BAIT WAS MISSING FOR ERIC WAS MORE SHARK ACTION!
1:40:38- ERIC REMINDS US HOW HORRENDOUSLY AWFUL DARK SHADOWS IS AND ADVISES US TO NEVER, EVER CHECK IT OUT.
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