They’re All Dead Episode 3: Carpenter and Zombie Drama Overblown and Victor Miller Versus Jason Inc

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B Show Brian and Mr. Sheldon Positive are back on the first Fearcast Friday for October.

-John Carpenter’s comments about Rob Zombie were overblown (with audio from both)

-How our PC/Twitter/SJW society was responsible for the drama

-John Carpenter’s critique of Friday the 13th and slasher films

-Victor Miller’s lawsuit and attempt to capture rights to the Friday the 13th Franchise

-How Miller’s lawsuit affects the scheduled Friday the 13th sequel

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John Carpenter Q&A from the New York Film Academy

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Carpenter at the New York Film Academy

A great John Carpenter Q&A session hosted by the New York Film Academy has surfaced and it’s a shame great words of wisdom have been lost among a cloud of controversy.

It’s been making the rounds that John Carpenter laid into Rob Zombie during the 2011  Q&A session. Why it took so long to surface is incredible given the fact that Carpenter has, usually, been reluctant to comment on Zombie’s take on his iconic film. Since the story blew up the video footage has been taken down due to news outlets taking his comments out of context.

Carpenter himself commented on the controversy via Twitter:

@TheHorrorMaster
@TheHorrorMaster

 

Here is the entire audio, including the comments regarding Rob Zombie and the “Halloween” remake, so you can not only hear the context of the comments (at the 16:44 mark) but hear great advice from the master of horror himself.

They’re All Dead Episode 2-Reviewing Blair Witch and Revisiting the Original

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Mr. Positive watched Blair Witch over opening weekend so we reviewed the film and revisited the original Blair Witch Project and its influence on film and marketing.

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They’re All Dead Fearcast Episode One- Blair Witch and Plan 9

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The “Casters of Horror”, Brian Jay and Mr. Positive, discuss a number of horror topics

-“Unfriended” being surprisingly enjoyable

-“The Woods” being billed as the scariest movie ever made

-“The Woods” being revealed as “Blair Witch”

-“Sharknado 4, The 4th Awakens”

-“Plan 9”: Remaking “Plan 9 From Outer Space”, the worst movie ever made

-Why remake “Plan 9” as a serious film?

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Episode Seven-Cock Knocker or Laughter In The Dark

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Brian Jay and childhood friend Andy Ruff continue to run on common ground. -80’s golden age of practical effects with Stan Winston, Jim Henson, Tom Savini, Rob Bottin, and Rick Baker -Good practical effects versus bad CG -Mark Hamill as the most under rated Joker of all time – 90’s kids problems -Andy’s time as a cannabis truther -Donald Trump’s post Orlando shooting Tweets -America’s mental health problem -Growing up with friends with mental illness – Growing up with undiagnosed ADHD -dealing with ADHD as an adult -living with Anxiety -Quick thoughts on NXT Takeover: The End -What happens to NXT after the draft? -Could Daniel Bryan and CM Punk been our generation’s Shawn Michaels versus Brett Hart? -Notable participants in the WWE Cruiserweight Open

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Episode Three or Cesaro: King of the Swingers and Serious vs Comedy in Horror

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Preview of WWE Extreme Rules 2016, rumors of Vince McMahon giving up on the Roman Empire, reason for Vince McMahon selling block of corporate stock, WWE hinting that AJ Styles is almost finished with wrestling, Anderson and Gallows lose again, CM Punk’s lack of progression as a fighter, idea for Cesaro’s character, why I generally don’t like ironic horror films, what I do like in horror films, why Halloween H20 is the perfect franchise sequel, and more.

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Episode Two or Jason Lives and What Are Video Stores

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Brian Jay is back for episode 2. Since we just passed the 36th anniversary of “Friday the 13th”, Mother’s Day was Sunday, and this Friday is May 13th, what better way to celebrate than talk about Jason Voorhees and the “Friday the 13th” series. I always thought his story was tragic, and much like Frankenstein (his “father” is Victor Frankenstein, you take your father’s name, so yes the creature’s name IS Frankenstein you hipster doofus!).

Also WWE’s Busflip Black Friday, the mythical video store/Brian is old as hell, high points of the AJ Styles/Roman Reigns Feud, Brian’s idea for TNA to make some money off of AJ Styles’s new-found popularity, and EC3’s Indie wrestling versus WWE angle at Evolve and his chances in WWE.

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B Show Episode One Or The Ding Dongs Versus Bill Ding and The Invisible Man

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Brian Jay welcomes Mr. Positive back to the show. We discuss the Crystal Lake Memories documentary, CW cancelling Friday the 13th The Series, Horror Comedies, WWE Wrestlemania, WWE Payback, the illogical Shane McMahon control storyline, the politics preventing the Michigan wrestling scene from prospering, MWO WrestleRama 22, rank the six worst creative minds in wrestling and much more.

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