Mon, 10 April 2017
In this week's episode, we dip back into the John Carpenter well with his 1980 film "The Fog." Special topics for your consideration include: our future careers as copyright-free jazz radio hosts, the questionable allure of Tom Atkins: why do movies seem to think that young women are gaga for him?, the predictive powers of one Jamie Lee Curtis, long shots of nothing, leaving your child with a sea captain for safekeeping, and whether or not a film can be a slow burn if it never actually catches fire.
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Missed our other John Carpenter episodes? Check out Episode 79- "Prince of Darkness" and Episode112- "Christine."
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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.