July 31st, 2017
Episode four of Blood on the Tracks takes a trip overseas to explore the land of Gialli, cannibals, Mario Bava, and Hollywood rip-offs. That's right, it's the vast landscape of Italian horror cinema. Lee found himself down another rabbit hole this month, making some difficult decisions on what did and did not manage to make the cut for the show. Put on some black gloves and a trenchcoat, badly dub your voice, and try not to impale your eyeballs on sharp objects.
--Main Theme from "Deep Red" (1975) -- Goblin
--Sighs from "Susperia" (1977) -- Goblin
--A Bay of Blood (Titles) from "A Bay of Blood" (1971) -- Stelvio Cipriani
--Too Risky A Day For A Regatta from "Tentacles" (1977) -- Stelvio Cipriani
--The Light from "The Antichrist" (1974) -- Ennio Morricone
--Main Title from "Zombi 2" (1979) -- Fabio Frizzi
--I Remember from "House by the Cemetery" (1981) -- Walter Rizzati
--Walt Monster End from "House by the Cemetery" (1981) -- Walter Rizzati
--Blonk Fascia from "House by the Cemetery" (1981) -- Walter Rizzati
--Main Theme from "Hell of the Living Dead" (1980) -- Luis Bacalov
--Sabba(Sequence 2) from "All the Colors of the Dark" (1972) -- Bruno Nicolai
--Main Title from "Cannibal Holocaust" (1980) -- Riz Ortolani
Opening and closing music: Downhill Decoy from "Danger Diabolik" by Ennio Morricone & Blonk Monster from "House by the Cemetery" by Walter Rizzati.
July 20th, 2017
Lee comes back with an intermission episode. In this episode he runs down what's been going on and what to expect from the podcast in the near future. He plugs three podcasts he's been listening to as of late, and then he moves on to give short reviews of two films he recently watched: "Hard Times" (1975) & "Who'll Stop the Rain" (1978). There's also a special guest appearance by Lee Van Teeth!
"Hard Times" IMDB
"Who'll Stop the Rain" IMDB
Hello from the Magic Tavern
The Grindbin Podcast
Wych vs the Doomsday Clock
Featured Music: "Dropout Boogie" by Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band; "Stop and Look (And You Have Found Love)" by The Delfonics; "May The Circle Remain Unbroken" by The 13th Floor Elevators; and "La Caccia" by Goblin.
July 10th, 2017
They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! has finally reached 100 official episodes! To celebrate, Lee, Daniel and the returning Paul take a gander at the George Romero classic "Night of the Living Dead" (1968). It's a full-on drunken commentary for the film. While they are not sure if they provided any original insights, the hosts at least had a lot of fun sitting back and chatting about the film. Also, before watching the film, they cover a couple of pieces of listener feedback and talk a bit about what they've most enjoyed about the first 100 episodes, and which were their favourites.
For your convenience, you have the option of either listening to the official 100th episode, or you can download the stand-alone commentary track here. Or, if so inclined, you can watch the commentary track put over an existing copy of the film on Youtube here.
"Night of the Living Dead" IMDB
Featured Music: "Ghouls Night Out" & "Night of the Living Dead" by The Misfits.
July 10th, 2017
This is the bare-bones commentary track for George A Romero's classic black & white horror film from 1968, "Night of the Living Dead". This track can also be found as part of our official 100th episode of TMBDOS!. This version is provided for the sake of convenience, so you can just jump right into the commentary. You can also listen to this track with an uploaded copy of the film on YouTube here.
"Night of the Living Dead" IMDB
July 3rd, 2017
Lee and Daniel have finally made it to the end of the podcast's extended series on crime films with a massive episode on Quentin Tarantino's 1997 adaptation of Elmore Leonard's crime novel "Rum Punch". That's right, time to talk some Pam Grier in "Jackie Brown"! Is it QT's best film? Is it the best modern era crime film? Is this Grier's best work? Is Spike Lee an ass for being critical of the liberal use of the dreaded "N" word? All of this and much more is discussed at length, including a longer-than-usual talk about what they've watched as of late. Forgive them, as it's been a while since they've recorded together, so there was a lot of catching up to do.
"Jackie Brown" IMDB
Featured Music: "Long Time Woman" by Pam Grier; "The Lion and the Cucumber" by The Vampire's Sound Incorporation; "Cissy Strut" by The Meters; and "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)" by The Delfonics.
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