Mon, 17 October 2022
Grab your wooden stakes and garlic because this week we are looking at Vampires! Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Nosferatu, we discuss some of the standout vampire movies in cinematic history, plus some of our sentimental favorites. Turns out there's enough to Enjoy even if you're going to live forever!
We’ve been fascinated with vampires for a really long time. But a German Expressionism film from 100 years ago called Nosferatu made a long lasting impression on the genre. It’s time to Enjoy some of those bloodsuckers!
Dunkin' has awesome Halloween Doughnuts (not available in US)
In a complete breakdown of civilization, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Will Not Air on Broadcast TV This Year
Cinnamon Toast Crunch is Releasing an ‘Amazing’ Spider-Man Box
Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reunite at New York Comic Con
Marvel Comics will be a part of Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration with Variant Covers featuring Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and More
Scooby Doo 50th anniversary complete series is available with a cool collectible
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What we’re Enjoying
Shua finally received his comic book from Jack in the Box called The Return of Mark Hamill. This free souvenir is a total blast. A really funny interpretation of Hamill’s early job and eventual return as a Jack in the Box drive thru employee. He’s also been playing around with the new feature on iOS 16 that automatically selects a person, isolating them from the background. Jay has been indulging in Advil from his big move. But also catching up on the brilliant Star Trek series Lower Decks. A fun, creative, animated take on the Trek universe.
Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout
31 Days of Horror continues! Here is the list of this week’s articles:
Out of the Dark (1988)
The Descent (2005)
Check back in to RetroZap every day this month to see what creepy movie Jay will give us next. And don’t forget his articles on MCULocationScout.com for some great, interactive maps of filming locations.
Do you like your meat rare? Are you more of a night person? Do you really like capes? You may be a vampire. From early stories like Bram Stoker’s Dracula to Jim Carey’s dated, but fun, Once Bitten, they have been a great way to tell scary stories in movies. We talk about some standout films and ones that we enjoyed growing up.
Family Friendly Shows from Our Youth
-Original Dracula (1931) - released on Feb 14th! Ha!
-Christopher Lee Hammer films from 60s and 70s
-1979 Dracula Remake with Frank Langella
-The Lost Boys
-Interview with a Vampire
What did we watch growing up?
-The Fearless Vampire Killers
-Planet of the Vampires
That’s some of the ones we Enjoy. How about you?
What are some of your favorite vampire movies? Do any of the ones we shared suck? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Bluh bluh” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
Direct download: Enjoy_Stuff_2-25.mp3
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