Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Land Of The Creeps Episode 001 : Debut Of Land Of The Creeps


Welcome to the Debut episode of Land Of The Creeps. We are very excited to be back to Podcasting and we hope YOU (the listener) enjoy this episode. Comments are open and we welcome all feedback. If you have any recommendations or improvements you would like to see on the show feel free to comment or e-mail us as we want Land Of The Creeps to be what you the listeners would like to hear.
During this episode GregaMortis, Bruno and Haddonfield Hatchet rank our top 5 Horror Movies for the listeners so you can get a feel of where we come from in the Horror Genre.
Below is how are ranking came in
5. 1974 Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Directed by- Tobe Hooper
4. 1985 Day Of The Dead: Directed by- George A. Romero
3. 1980 Motel Hell: Directed by- Kevin Connor
2. 1982 Friday The 13th Part 3: Directed by- Steve Miner
1. 1978 Halloween- Directed by- John Carpenter
5. 1973 Frankenstein (Made for T.V.):
4. 1978 Dawn Of The Dead: Directed by- George A. Romero
3. 1979 Alien: Directed by- Ridley Scott
2. 1980 The Shining: Directed by- Stanley Kubrick
1. 1968 Night Of The Living Dead: Directed by- George A. Romero
Haddonfield Hatchet
5. 1980 Friday The 13th- Directed by- Sean S. Cunningham
4. Tie between – 2005 Devil’s Rejects: Directed by- Rob Zombie & 1996 Scream: Directed by- Wes Craven
3. 1984 Nightmare On Elm Street: Directed by- Wes Craven
2. 2007 Halloween: Directed by- Rob Zombie
1. 1978 Halloween: Directed by- John Carpenter
So there you have it, a little taste of what we like. During this episode we bring our segment picks
Bruno’s World Of Zombies
Bruno brings his Zombie pick for this episode and it is 2008s Dance Of The Dead. It was directed by Gregg Bishop.
I found it at Amazon for under $10.
Haddonfield Hatchet’s Vampire Lair
Haddonfield recommends a classic vampire pick 1931 Dracula. It was directed by Tod Browning. I love this movie as does HH
Amazon has it for under $10
GregaMortis’s Slash From The Stash
GregaMortis recommends 1996 Scream. It was directed by Wes Craven and GregaMortis feels it is a great slasher that came in the 1990s when Horror was in a down time.
Amazon has it for under $10
Thanks for listening and we hope to hear from you the listener.
We closed this episode out with a song by Scomber. The name of the song is Bring It Back

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