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IT, Stephen King, Mother! – The Electric Shadows Podcast

The Electric Shadows Podcast reaches its 30th episode!

To mark this milestone occasion, Robs Daniel & Wallis run through a frightfully good collection of cinematic horror happenings.

Rob Daniel delivers his round-up of FrightFest 2017, which occurred over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Both Robs give their verdict on the big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s IT. Plus, their views on clowns in general.

Rob Wallis saw The Dark Tower so you don’t have to. He explains why, and we think you’ll be sold on his damning verdict.

The two Robs then run through the Stephen King on Screen season running at the BFI Southbank throughout September until the 3rd October.  More information on that can be found here.

Finally, Rob Daniel recounts Darren Aronofsky’s mad, memorable, impressive new movie,

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FrightFest 2017 Round-Up

Horror Channel FrightFest 2017 has come and gone. Like any good horror icon, it will be back. But, let us take time to reflect upon a suitably wild eighteenth year for the festival. For the first time we have decided to round-up FrightFest with a series of awards. Awards which we hope will provide a flavour of what FF 2017 was like. So, until FrightFest 2018…


BEST “INTRO & Q&A” AWARD– Jennifer Tilly, Cult of Chucky

“I’m here now, bitches!” If we learnt one thing at FrightFest 2017, it’s that an intro to a movie and said movie’s Q&A will go insane if Jennifer Tilly is in the room. A force of nature, when director Don Mancini was late announcing her she burst onstage with, “I have a thing about people starting without me. But, I’m here now, so continue Don, I would love ...

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