Ep 264 – We howl about Silver Bullet (1985) and Late Phases (2014)!

Johnny Destructo, Ambush Bug, Christian BiBari and BottleImp howl about Silver Bullet (1985) and Late Phases (2014)!

Here are the time stamps, since we tend to ramble:
Email – 01:41
Silver Bullet (1985) – 05:08
Slashterpiece Theatre – 34:24
Late Phases (2014) – 36:03

Movie Info:

Directed by Daniel Attias, Written by starring: Gary Busey, Everett McGill, Corey Haim

Directed by Adrián García Bogliano, Written by Eric Stolze , Starring:  Nick Damici, Ethan Embry, Lance Guest

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3 Comments to “Ep 264 – We howl about Silver Bullet (1985) and Late Phases (2014)!”

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  1. Paul says:

    I don’t get what’s fat-offensive about the name Zephyr. Isn’t zephyr a mythological name for some kind of wind spirit, or wind-related deity?

  2. Chris says:

    Since we are on the subject of werewolves I though the movie Wer was really good. A nice twist on the werewolf formula. Kinda found footage but not. Anyway, I enjoy this podcast and the spoiler alert podcast a lot keep up the good work guys!


  3. Emiao Felierti says:

    Hi Guys!
    Another interesting Horror-cast! I am a huge fan of horror movies (even if you have to watch about twenty of them to find a good one nowadays) and it is a lot of fun to hear your opinions on classics (as well as movies I might not have watched yet) on this genre.

    I’m writing with just a little bit of trivia about Silver Bullet that you may or may not be aware of. As originally intended, SILVER BULLET was supposed to be marketed and sold as a wall calendar, with one Bernie Wrightson drawing for each month and a short couple of paragraphs per page telling the story. This explains King’s usage of each holiday specifically in each one of the werewolf’s attacks, since they wanted to portray them in the illustration. Thing is that, as with many of Stephen King stories, he couldn’t help himself, and kept writing, adding more and more to the story, until it became too unwieldy for it to be a simple calendar anymore and they decided to just publish it as a limited hardcover, such as it was.
    Also, I am glad you mentioned the baseball bat scene. No matter how cheesy, or hokey, the scene (or even the movie) may have been, when you only see the big-bad-ass guy’s hand with the bat coming out of the fog trying to kill the werewolf, and the last time it is the werewolf’s claw wielding the bat that comes out of the fog beating the guy….priceless! Cracks me up every time, and I think that scene alone (and Gary Busey, of course!) made the movie for me.

    Thank you for the interesting chats, guys! I’ll be here next time, as always.

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