Jan 25, 2017
A "Creature Double Feature" that's so big, we needed TWO PODCASTS to tell it!
James Hancock (host of The Wrong Reel podcast) returns for Part 2 of our collaboration between our two podcasts, where we discuss two early giants of the horror genre, James Whale and Tod Browning.
In this episode, we dive into the morbid, bizarre and provocative films of Tod Browning.
If you only know him for the original Dracula, you've only scratched the surface.
And if you think the most shocking film he made was Freaks...
Wait until you see his silent films!
To listen to Part One of our joint podcast about James Whale:
WR225 – A Good Cast is Worth Repeating Part I: James Whale
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The Unholy Three (1925)
The Unknown (1927)
London After Midnight (1927)
West of Zanzibar (1928)
over six years ago
Immensely thankful to have found you! I have an eternal love for horror films, beginning during my formidable years. This podcast along with James is outstanding, informative and seriously great film! Thank you again for creating a place that discusses the multi-crafting of superb horror and all the magic which it bestows!