Sunday Apr 17, 2022

27. John Carpenter’s Cigarette Burns (2005)

A movie about people saying “La Fin Absolue Du Monde” as many times as possible in 59 minutes while a baby-faced Norman Reedus has a Eurotrash adventure across beautiful Vancouver, Canada, at the behest of Udo Keir’s poorly-decorated ambitions! Meta-commentary about the film business abounds in this gory movie-about-a-movie-that’s-more-than-a-movie. And for our Star Trek fans, there a special appearance from none other than B'Etor/Chief Examiner Nimira’s own Gwynyth Walsh. Join us as we review this episode of Masters of Horror in the latest installment of Loathsome Things: A Horror Movie Podcast!

NOTE: Due to technical difficulties, today we’re bringing you one of our bank episodes recorded in 2021. If you notice some differences in format and style, or overhear some outdated references, that’s why!


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The Loathsome Things Official Top 10 Greatest Horror Movies of All Time List
(of those we've reviewed for an episode of Loathsome Things: A Horror Movie Podcast)

(1) Bob Clark’s Black Christmas (1974)
(2) George A Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1968)
(3) Miike Takashi’s Audition (1999)
(4) Bob Clark’s Deathdream (1974)
(5) David Prior’s The Empty Man (2020)
(6) Frank Henenlotter’s Basket Case (1982)
(7) Nicolas Roeg’s Don't Look Now (1973)
(8) José Mojica Marins’ At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul (1964)
(9) Ben Wheatley’s In The Earth (2021)
(10) David Bruckner's The Ritual (2014)

 

Honorable Mentions:
Beyond the Door III (1989) – Not a great horror movie, but so much fun to watch!

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