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The weird, wild and wonderful movies released between 1980-1989 are resurrected and live again in the 1980's Movie Graveyard! On each episode a few of the caretakers of the 1980s Movie Graveyard will be sitting down to watch a beloved film and having a conversation while the movie rolls. Think of it less of a commentary and more of a chat that is spurred on by the events of the movie. Be sure to check out our Facebook page to share some of your favorite movie memories with us!
 
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“We call them the eight squadrons of death. First, comes the common fly. Lays its eggs in the rotting corpse and thus the cycle begins.” Leave it to Donald Pleasence to deliver a line like that. Join your faithful Grue-Crew – Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, and Jeff Mohr – as they survive another […]…
 
“Don’t know why they want to persecute me because I don’t talk to women. All women do is laugh, and sing, and say the word ‘Pussy’. Y’ask any doctor, and he’ll tell you that.” So says the woman on the street. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, and Jeff […]Gruesome Magazine による
 
“Every year he kills. Right now he’s out there. Watching. Waiting. So don’t look; he’ll see you. Don’t breathe; he’ll hear you. Don’t move; you’re dead!” Well, heck. Seems like you’re pretty much screwed no matter what you do. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, and Jeff Mohr – […]…
 
“Ah, this is special laughing gas. With this stuff, you smell it and we do the laughing.” Most people prefer to smell and laugh, but what the heck. Everything is worth trying once. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, and Jeff Mohr – as they sample Farmer Vincent’s legendary […]…
 
“You wanna meet me someplace?” “Where?” “The back seat.” (flutters eyebrows) All things considered, it might have been a good idea to meet someplace else. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, and Jeff Mohr – as they dare to step into the world of Maniac (1980). Decades of Horror […]…
 
“Look at the size of those hematomas!” Do we have to? Join your faithful Grue Crew – Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, and Jeff Mohr – as they visit the land of chins in Maniac Cop (1988). Decades of Horror 1980sEpisode 163 – Maniac Cop (1988) A killer dressed in a police uniform begins […]…
 
The 1980s Grue-Crew has a special treat for listeners in this episode. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they interview Ed Martinez, a special effects artist who worked on crews for some memorable horror films, starting with The Dead Pit (1989). Decades of Horror […]…
 
“Mother, this cloth smells of death!” Ewww! What else have you been sniffing, Michael? Join your faithful Grue Crew – Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, and Jeff Mohr – as they visit a genuine castle and witness the awakening of “living dead corpses” in Burial Ground (1981). Decades of Horror 1980sEpisode 161 – Burial […]…
 
“… trick us again child, and your suffering will be legendary even in Hell!” Talk about an extreme trick or treat! Join your faithful Grue Crew – Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, and Jeff Mohr – as they check out Clive Barker’s versions of hell in Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988). Decades of Horror 1980sEpisode […]…
 
“I’ve done life; now I’m doing death.” … and you’re still around to talk about it? Wow! Join your faithful Grue Crew – Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, and Jeff Mohr along with a special guest – as they investigate the zombies-in-a-mental-hospital world of The Dead Pit (1989) with the film’s director of special […]…
 
“… when it comes to blood in my underwear, I want to know how it got there.” There are some things that do not need to be said. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, and Jeff Mohr – as they investigate the effects of high-energy drug abuse in Frank […]Gruesome Magazine による
 
“I swear to God, Snake, I thought you were dead.” Didn’t everybody? Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they once again travel to the world according to John Carpenter, this time partnering up with Snake Plissken as he tries to Escape from New York […]…
 
“This could kick you off into becoming an absolute pervert.” Been there, done that. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – along with guest host and effects artist Ralph Miller as they partake in some heavy metal dead-resurrecting and demon-summoning with Trick or Treat (1986). Decades […]…
 
The 1980s Grue-Crew has a special treat for listeners in this episode. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr, along with guest host Whitney Collazo from Decades of Horror: The Classic Era – as they interview Ralph Miller III, a fellow Grue-Believer and special effects artist who […]…
 
“Christophe, I need you to remember what happened before you died.” Wait. He already died and you’re talking to him? This must be a Wes Craven movie! Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they fly on down to get buried in the world of […]Gruesome Magazine による
 
“The ICE… is gonna BREAK!” If someone told you they had a vision that the ice would break if you went skating, what would you do? Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they checkout the ice in Stephen King’s The Dead Zone (1983) directed […]Gruesome Magazine による
 
“I got a thing about chickens.” Exactly what does Harry Angel mean by that? Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they follow Harry’s investigation from New York to New Orleans in Alan Parker’s Angel Heart (1987). Decades of Horror 1980sEpisode 152 – Angel Heart […]…
 
“I’d like to know what you’re doing with all that chicken in your pants?” Why do they always ask you that in the grocery store? Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they investigate the whole chicken-in-your-pants mystery while trying to figure out the rules […]…
 
“I’m supposed to read you your rights. But you’re in *Mooney’s* jail, and in Mooney’s jail, you ain’t *got* no rights!” I wonder what the Mooney ventriloquist dummy thinks about that? Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they go on an outing to the […]…
 
“Go out and f*** somebody. But wear a damn rubber! Everybody’s got the damn herpes these days!” You can always count on Upson Pratt to let everyone know what’s bugging him. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they savor the sweet goodness that is […]…
 
“Oh, get off your antique manners. Hill. I’m a professional scientist. Let’s go.” And whatever you do, don’t call Dr. Susan Drake a “great little scientist.” Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they battle pseudo-Lovecraftian horrors for the fourth straight episode. Admittedly, it’s not […]…
 
“Trust is a tough thing to come by these days.” To paraphrase Bo Diddley, “Who do you trust?” You don’t have to walk 47 miles of barbed wire or wear a cobra-snake for a necktie to know that the answer to the question is, “Nobody!” Join your faithful Grue Crew – Chad Hunt, Crystal Cleveland, […]Gruesome Magazine による
 
“Herbert West Has A Very Good Head On His Shoulders… And Another One In A Dish On His Desk.” You just never know when you’re going to need a spare, right? Join your faithful Grue Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, and Jeff Mohr – on another trip to the Land of Lovecraft. […]Gruesome Magazine による
 
“All I know is the air in Dunwich is getting awful thick. Soon as I can find somebody to buy my shop and my house, I’m vamoosin’. You can bet your ass.” Much to Crystal Clevelenad’s delight, some of that “thick air” in Dunwich is created by fog machines. Join your faithful Grue Crew – […]Gruesome Magazine による
 
“Where does the dream finish, and reality begin?” At times, we’ve all had trouble distinguishing a nightmare from reality. Join this episode’s Grue Crew – Whitney Collazo, Chad Hunt, and Jeff Mohr – as they struggle to discover exactly what is real in Nightmare from Hammer. Decades of Horror: The Classic Era Episode 56 – […]…
 
“Relax! I just wanna look good for the boys. You did remember to invite some cute boys to the party I hope.” scream queen Linnea Quigley’s Suzanne berates Amelia Kinkade’s Angela in the classic Eighties B-movie NIGHT OF THE DEMONS. Christopher G. Moore is joined by co-host, international cosplay queen Vanessa Thompson, to discuss one […]…
 
“But I heard him exclaim as he drove out of sight, ‘Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night.'” a demented Santa Claus merrily cheers as he drives his sleigh covered van into the X-Mas night sky for the forgotten Yuletide classic, CHRISTMAS EVIL. Christopher G. Moore is joined by co-host, Doc Rotten, and special guest-host, […]…
 
“It’s too bad we had to kill her. I really liked the outfit she had on.” 80s scream queen Linnea Quigley as Spider delivers her lines in SORORITY BABES IN THE SLIMEBALL BOWL-O-RAMA as only she can – classic. This week brings a campy cult classic to the podcast from director David DeCoteau. Christopher G. Moore is joined […]…
 
“Once it gets inside you, it will do anything to get out!” the tagline for Parasite 3-D .promised buckets of 3-D gruesome gore. The film partially delivers with Stan Winston creature effects that hold up and the presence of a young Demi Moore. And, then there is the 3-D, effective and restrained, not as over-the-top as later […]…
 
“Stephen King’s masterpiece of terror directed by the master himself.” the tagline for Maximum Overdrive promises the masterpiece horror film of 1986. Hell, the trailer amped up that pledge with Mr. King proclaiming he would “scare the hell out you!” However, when the machines take over the world, shit gets real. Christopher G. Moore is joined by S…
 
“What Evil Lives In The… Mausoleum” the tagline for Mausoleum sets us up for a bizarre, zany, gory, and often super-silly overlooked horror classic from 1983! The film features Bobbie Bresee in – and out – of full monster make-up complete with… monster boobs. Practical effects for the win! Doc Rotten and Christopher G. Moore […]…
 
“If it bleeds, we can kill it!” One of the many famous lines in Predator (1987) spoken by the film’s iconic star Arnold Schwarzenegger. The design of the alien hunter from FX maestro Stan Winston is one of the most recognizable creatures in cinematic history! Doc Rotten and Christopher G. Moore revisit the classic sci-fi/action/horror […]…
 
“Sleep all day. Party all night. Never grow old. Never die. It’s fun to be a vampire.” The tag-line for The Lost Boys (1987) captures the “Peter Pan” spirit of this classic Eighties vampire tale, romanticizing the creatures in an approachable and thrilling young adult spin without sacrificing the horror and the thrills. No sparkles […]…
 
“There’s a thing… out here. It took my little girl. I wasn’t prepared to stop it then but I’m gonna stop it now.” George Kennedy as Bill Crafton warns David Michael O’Neill, Pamela Gilbert, and Billy Jacoby about a demon Bigfoot creature roaming the woods. Little do they know that director Emmett Alston has far […]…
 
“Darkness falls across the land. The midnight hour is close at hand. Creatures crawl in search of blood. To terrorize y’all’s neighborhood.” Vincent Price helps make Michael Jackson’s Thriller one of the best horror-themed music videos of the 1980s along with director John Landis and special make-up effects designed and created by Rick Baker. Break…
 
“There’s a legend ’round here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse: Jason Voorhees’ curse.” Our narrator (Walt “Crazy Ralph” Gorney) details the legend of Jason Voorhees. After being stuck at the bottom of Camp Crystal Lake in the last film, Jason is awoken by a young lady […]…
 
“The Third Dimension is TERROR” The tagline for Jaws 3-D works hard to convince its audience that the film is full of chills and thrills. Buried in the Eighties coming-at-you 3-D effects is a butchered story about the Brody boys all grown up and facing a great white shark of their own…at a famous sea […]…
 
“Demons aren’t gonna ring the doorbell!” Terry (Louis Tripp) gives his buddy Glen (Stephen Dorff) a lesson in demon etiquette. Yes, the cult favorite gateway horror film The Gate is much beloved by horror fans of the 1980s. So much so that it won our Patreon Decades of Horror Poll for the month of April! […]…
 
“It’s Showtime!” Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton) gets his show on the road. So why not listen as The Grue Crew does the same?! Celebrating its 30th anniversary this month, Beetlejuice was the film that launched Tim Burton’s career. A horror comedy covered in spirals, normalcy satire and gothic pondering that made Burton the most mainstream recognized …
 
“What is this? A homicide, or a bad B-movie?” Detective Ray Cameron (Tom Atkins) asks a trick question with an obvious answer. It’s both. Then again, Night of the Creeps isn’t really bad by any stretch. A sci-fi horror comedy for the ages, Night of the Creeps tells a simple story. One of college love, […]…
 
“You bastards. Why are you torturing me like this? WHY?!” Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) ponders this aloud to the Deadites torturing them. Or maybe this question is more directed toward writer/director Sam Raimi hauling abuse at Bruce. Either way, The Evil Dead is definitely a punishing film, both toward its cast and the audience. Every […]…
 
“It ate him… bit off his head… like a gingerbread man!” Dr. Crawford Tillinghast (Jeffrey Combs) is mystified by the powers of creatures coming from The Resonator in From Beyond. The second HP Lovecraft adaptation from writer/director Stuart Gordon didn’t blow up cult audiences nearly as much as Re-Animator upon its initial release. Yet, this […]…
 
“You fool! You can not stop me! I am the ninja! No one, nothing can stop me!” Christie (Lucinda Dickey) is possessed by a killer ninja spirit and is out for blood. But how will this affect her career as a telephone poll worker and part-time aerobics instructor? Ugh, it makes you just wanna doing […]Gruesome Magazine による
 
“Did you say ‘all aboard’? That’s ridiculous! They can’t be bored. I haven’t even started.” Ed (Howard Busgang) does his best Groucho impression to annoy the train staff… and everyone else. Ed is just one of many slasher archetypes that populate the Terror Train on New Year’s Eve. Every college kid is wearing a different […]…
 
“I’ll be good I swear… I’ll never see a movie ever again.” Eddie Beckner (Douglas Emerson) tries to wrap his young mind around the horror that is The Blob. Thirty years after the iconic Steve McQueen vehicle became one of the definitive 1950s drive-in classics of the sci-fi/horror genre, director/writer Chuck Russell – along with […]…
 
“Great party, isn’t it?” The ghosts are all calling this party a big success. Congrats to Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) for pulling it off. Especially with his wife Wendy (Shelley Duvall) and son Danny (Danny Lloyd) constantly nagging him about “please don’t kill us.” Pfft. Family, am I right? The Shining is a pretty big […]…
 
“Who the hell is going to believe a ritual sacrificial murder in 1982?!” Sgt Powell (Richard Roundtree) asking the question on everyone’s mind. Yet – in a film with a flying lizard creature, cop drama and an interpersonal struggle of an ex-junkie – a ritual sacrifice is the bottom barrel in the list of weird […]…
 
“You ungodly warlock! Because of you this hotel and this town will be cursed forever!” An angry mob storms the hotel of Schweick (Antoine Saint-John), a warlock trying to keep the 7th doorway to hell at bay. Or whatever the hell is happening in this opening as he’s covered in queso. The Beyond – like […]…
 
“You are weird. Thank God you’re weird. The last one was so normal, it was disgusting.” Elizabeth Solley (Jamie Lee Curtis) loves herself some weirdos. Including the weirdest man of all: Tom Atkins without a mustache! Halloween is getting pretty foggy for Decades of Horror 1980s as they one of the first horror films of […]…
 
“Science is neat, but I’m afraid it’s not very forgiving.” Mr. Clarke (Randall P. Havens) explains how harsh a mistress science can be to our young heroes. Luckily, our young boys can take on pretty much everything, including a horrific nightmare creature from a parallel dimension. All of it is up for grabs as we […]…
 
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