Werewolf Ambulance

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. Each week we watch a different film from all eras (many of them so that you don't have to!) and review them for you. You can also download, subscribe and rate us on iTunes here

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Read the TV Guide, you don't need a TV. Listen to Werewolf Ambulance, you don't need to see the movie! We are gonna spoil it, though. This week we're discussing the 1987 vampire film "The Lost Boys." Special topics for your consideration include: a bunch of 90s music that we like, the ruinous power of the dangly earring, the most movie punks that have ever been in one place, cool grandpas, THE COREYS, decorating with neon and sexy saxophones. 

Did you miss our other vampire episodes? Check out Episode 22- "Fright Night," Episode 70- "30 Days of Night" and Episode 89- "Queen of the Damned." How do you feel about "The Lost Boys"? Let us know at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com and if you're feeling super generous, leave us an iTunes rating and review.  

Music used in this episode includes:
Tim Capello - "I Still Believe"
Gerard McMann - "Cry Little Sister"
Everclear - "Santa Monica"
Pullman - "Two Parts Water"

Are you into handmade horror stuff? Of course you are. Do you want to get it delivered to you once a month? Of course you do! You can get just that by visiting our sponsor, Cryptocurium, at www.cryptocurium.com where you can sign up to have that sweet handmade stuff delivered to your door monthly via the Parcel of Terror. You can also get into The Order of the Thinned Veil, an appreciation society of all things Halloween that you should totally join.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 137_Episode_136__The_Lost_Boys_1987.mp3
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We're taking it back to basics this week with our guest Emily and her pick, the last of the Universal monster films: "Creature from the Black Lagoon" from 1954. Special topics for your consideration include: women in science, interchangeable protagonists, the claw...THE CLAW!, the dangers of the actual Amazon, Jethro Tull and Wikipedia holes. 

Have you seen this one? What are your thoughts on it? Where does it rank for you on the Universal monster continuum? Let us know at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com and if you're feeling super generous, leave us an iTunes rating and review.  

Did you miss our only other Universal monster episode? Check out Episode 94- "Bride of Frankenstein." We have talked about a lot of other monsters though, such as in Episode 100- "Monster Squad," Episode 114- "Gremlins" and of course, Episode 24- "Grabbers," in which we went on a bit of a vision quest, got super drunk and recorded the episode. Great choice if you like non-sequiturs with a side of slurred speech.

Speaking of things that are great, how about checking out some sweet handmade horror stuff? You can do that by visiting our sponsor, Cryptocurium, at www.cryptocurium.com where you can sign up to have that sweet handmade stuff delivered to your door monthly via the Parcel of Terror. You can also get into The Order of the Thinned Veil, an appreciation society of all things Halloween that you should totally join.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 136_Episode_135__Creature_from_the_Black_Lagoon_1954.mp3
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Oh god, teens. What are they even doing? We try to decode their weird, incomprehensible behavior in this week's episode in which we discuss the 2015 film "#Horror." THE TITLE HAS A HASHTAG IN IT, THIS IS THE WORLD IN WHICH WE LIVE. Special topics for your consideration include: 
#Remembering VW bumper stickers
#Terrible behavior, witnessed
#A surprising tie-in to last week's episode ("The Cell")
#The most disturbing word combination that Allen could conceive
#Whether this movie makes sense to younger people? Maybe someone could let us know??

Have you seen this one? Did you like it? Hate it? Feel as baffled and crazy as we did? Tell us about it at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com and if you're feeling super generous, leave us an iTunes rating and review.  

Did you miss some of the other times we tried to figure out what teens are talking about? Catch up with Episode 48- "Unfriended" or Episode 31- "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane."

Speaking of stuff teens like (and everyone likes, come on), how about checking out some sweet handmade horror stuff? You can do that by visiting our sponsor, Cryptocurium, at www.cryptocurium.com where you can sign up to have that sweet handmade stuff delivered to your door monthly via the Parcel of Terror. You can also get into The Order of the Thinned Veil, an appreciation society of all things Halloween that you should totally join.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 135_Episode_134__Horror_2015.mp3
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In this week's episode, we discuss the 2000 remake of "Silence of the Lambs" called--wait, what? This isn't a remake? Whoops! We're talking about the REM- "Losing My Religion" video that-- wait, no. We're talking about the Jennifer Lopez visually stunning film "The Cell." Other topics we'd like you to consider include: baby-talkin, lipstick as a signifier of mood, suits made of Slim Jims, horse jokes (yes, of course, horse jokes) and movies Katie liked more than this, particularly the "Major League" franchise.

Have you seen this one? If so, what did you think? Let us know your thoughts at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com and if you're feeling super generous, leave us an iTunes rating and review.  

Into movies that look really cool? Check out Episode 54- "The Shining", Episode 26- "It Follows" and Episode 23- "Suspiria."

Speaking of stuff you're into, how about checking out some sweet handmade horror stuff? You can do that by visiting our sponsor, Cryptocurium, at www.cryptocurium.com where you can sign up to have that sweet handmade stuff delivered to your door monthly via the Parcel of Terror. You can also get into The Order of the Thinned Veil, an appreciation society of all things Halloween.

Music used in this episode:
Lil Wayne- "A Milli"
Pullman- "Two Parts Water"
and, of course, Jennifer Lopez- "Jenny from the Block"

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

 

Direct download: 134_Episode_133__The_Cell_2000.mp3
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In this week's episode, we hit up another anthology film, 1990's "Tales from the Darkside." Special topics for your consideration include: late night HBO viewing that is most definitely not child friendly, the supernatural works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and who was cooler him or Houdini, college dorm life explained, and the assurance that your cat is most definitely going to eat you. 

Have you seen "Tales from the Darkside"? Did you like it? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com and if you're feeling super generous, leave us an iTunes rating and review. 
 
Get this episode and all our old episodes wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Missed our other anthology episodes? Check out Episode 68 -  "Trick r' Treat" and Episode 21 - "Creepshow."
 
Music used in this episode:
Blondie - Hanging on the Telephone
Buster Poindexter - Hot Hot Hot
 
Check out our sponsor this week as well: Cryptocurium (www.cryptocurium.com) where cool horror stuff gets handmade and then lovingly delivered to your door in the form of the Parcel of Terror on a monthly basis. You can also sign up for their secret society, Order of the Thinned Veil, in which you can profess your love for all things Halloween and be rewarded handsomely for it!
Direct download: 133_Episode_132__Tales_From_the_Darkside_1990.mp3
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In this week's episode, we're discussing the 2007 action/comedy/mystery/...horror? film "Hot Fuzz." Special topics for your consideration include: is this actually a horror movie, or did we get fooled by an action movie?, "Point Break" and being crazy for Swayze, Dire Straits appreciation (how would you guys feel about a new podcast segment called "Straits Talk"? No? Just us?), the real secrets of Las Vegas and horse lips. Yeah, horse lips.

Have you seen this one? If so, what did you think? Let us know your thoughts at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com and if you're feeling super generous, leave us an iTunes rating and review.  

Into British movies? Check out one of our earliest guestisodes, Episode 10- "Frightmare," Episode 19- "Kill List" or Episode 47- "Don't Look Now" (which is a British-Italian film but c'mon, close enough). 

Speaking of stuff you're into, how about checking out some sweet handmade horror stuff? You can do that by visiting our sponsor, Cryptocurium, at www.cryptocurium.com where you can sign up to have that sweet handmade stuff delivered to your door monthly via the Parcel of Terror. You can also get into The Order of the Thinned Veil, an appreciation society of all things Halloween.

Music used in this episode:
Dire Straits- "Romeo & Juliet"
The Cardigans- "Lovefool"

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 132_Episode_131__Hot_Fuzz_2007.mp3
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This week we're joined by our friend Josef to discuss his pick, the 2008 Canadian horror/virus/zombie film "Pontypool." Special topics for your consideration include: our typically American lack of knowledge about anything Canadian, Josef's relationship with comic books and superheros,  the lack of effort that anyone at Netflix is putting into their film descriptions, conspiracy theories and things the movie doesn't show you.

Have you seen this one? If not, it's on Netflix (but don't read the description because it's kinda worthless). If so, what did you think? Let us know your thoughts at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com and if you're feeling super generous, leave us an iTunes rating and review.  

Into zombies? Check out Episode 92- "Dead Snow", Episode 101- "28 Days Later" or, if you absolutely must, Episode 37- "Zombeavers."

Check out our sponsor this week as well: Cryptocurium (www.cryptocurium.com) where cool horror stuff gets handmade and then lovingly delivered to your door in the form of the Parcel of Terror on a monthly basis. You can also sign up for their secret society, The Order of the Thinned Veil, in which you can profess your love for all things Halloween and be rewarded handsomely for it!

Music used in this episode:
KISS- "Strutter"

Can't get enough Josef (or Allen, for that matter?) Check them out on their podcast "Marveling at Marvel's Marvels," also available on iTunes or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. 

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 131_Episode_130__Pontypool_2008.mp3
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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.

Have you seen "The Fog"? Did you like it? Let us know your thoughts at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com and if you're feeling super generous, leave us an iTunes rating and review.  

Missed our other John Carpenter episodes? Check out Episode 79- "Prince of Darkness" and Episode112- "Christine."

Now that we're back to our regularly scheduled horror programming, we can better sell you on the virtues of our sponsor, Cryptocurium. Look, you love horror and you love Halloween. What better way to prove it than by going to the Cryptocurium website at www.cryptocurium.com and signing up to receive their monthly subscription box, the Parcel of Terror, or by joining their cool secret society, The Order of the Thinned Veil. We assure you, you will regret neither with the amazing stuff you'll receive as a result.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 130_Episode_129__The_Fog_1980.mp3
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Last year we had so much fun talking about "Days of Thunder" in our April Fool's episode that we decided to just do it again! Everyone loves movies about race car drivers! Just kidding...we're doing something much, MUCH more ridiculous this year. We hope you like it and we'll be back to our regularly scheduled blood and guts next week.

Here are two hints as to what the movie is before you listen! Music used in this episode includes:
Kenny Loggins-  "Meet Me Halfway"
Sammy Hagar- "Winner Takes it All"

Let us know your thoughts on this movie, this episode, or whatever is on your mind at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com and if you're feeling super generous, leave us an iTunes rating and review.  

Did you miss our "Days of Thunder" episode from last year? If so, it's not too late. It's Episode 76, go download it now! Also, a huge congratulations to our Count Dickula sweepstakes winner Neil, and the other unnamed contest winner Ryan! We'll be in touch to coordinate getting you your t-shirts. 

Don't forget about this week's sponsor! Just because we're not talking horror this week doesn't mean we don't love it, and the best way to show that you love it too is by going to the Cryptocurium website at www.cryptocurium.com and signing up to receive their monthly subscription box, the Parcel of Terror, or by joining their cool secret society, The Order of the Thinned Veil. We assure you, you will regret neither.

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie (usually!) comedy podcast. 

Direct download: 129_Episode_128-_---_1987.mp3
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This week we're discussing the sci-fi/horror/comedy/grossout movie "Slither" from 2006. Special topics for your consideration include: a very important AMA on Reddit that everyone should see, Muppets singing R&B/rap hits of the 90s, opinions on "Dinosaurs" (the television show, not the beasts), a very real need to stop using internet acronyms IRL and perhaps most importantly: two, count em, two contests! One is the Count Dickula sweepstakes in which the first person to email us at werewolfambulance@gmail.com with the number of times we say "dick" in this episode wins a free Werewolf Ambulance XL or 2XL t-shirt (hey, you get what you get and it's free). The other is a non-cleverly named contest in which the first listener to email us with the title of next week's April Fool's Day movie, which we have teased a number of times, will win the same prize as above.

Have you seen "Slither"? Did you like it? Let us know your thoughts at facebook.com/werewolfambulance, on Twitter @werebulance or on Instagram @werewolfambulance. You can also email us for our segment "MAILBAG!" at werewolfambulance@gmail.com and if you're feeling super generous, leave us an iTunes rating and review.  

Are you into super gross worm dudes? Check out Episode 88- "Shivers" for another film that really utilizes them. How about weird sexual tension? In that case, we'd recommend Episode 25- "The Pit."

Music in this week's episode includes:
Air Supply- "Every Woman in the World"
Boyz II Men- "End of the Road"

As always, you should absolutely check out our sponsor Cryptocurium, but for a different reason this week! They are still producing the incredible Parcel of Terror, but now you can also join The Order of the Thinned Veil, a membership-only community with three tiers of membership that each get you some pretty awesome stuff: exclusive artwork, contests, invitations to events, and more. This is only for people who straight up love Halloween, so...that's all of you. Check it out at www.cryptocurium.com and consider an annual membership!

Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.

Direct download: 128_Episode_127__Slither_2006.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am EST