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The Invisible Man, The Tunnel, and Late Phases / Night of the Wolf

The Invisible Man, The Tunnel, and Late Phases / Night of the Wolf

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Welcome to Kevin and Brian’s Horror Bulletin podcast recorded live from the vampire’s crypt, where each week, we cover the latest horror news, shorts, a classic Universal horror, and two creature-feature reviews. This week, after the news, we’ll cover the Universal Studios movie “The Invisible Man” from 1933, the contemporary classic “The Tunnel” from 2011, discussion of the short film, “The iMom”, and “Late Phases” from 2014 which is now titled “Night of the Wolf” or “Night of the Lone Wolf”. Turn up the volume and lean in close. Here we go...

News Features

  1. An artist going by the name “kreimkouk” has posted a video of what may be the most amazing Lego horror sculpture ever. Displayed in a seven-and-a-half-minute YouTube video, the work appears to be a large house decked out for Halloween. Then it opens wide, displaying two halves of rooms featuring scenes and characters from a plethora of horror movies including Gremlins, The Shining, Beetlejuice, The Nun, The Exorcist, and many others. The link is in the show notes, and you really should check it out.


  1. A preview for “Crawl” has just been released. What’s worse than being in a major hurricane in Florida? Being trapped in an area that’s flooding. And what’s worse than that? Monstrous alligators that take an interest in getting to you no matter what it takes. July 12th of this year, we’ll all get to join Haley in her fight to survive. Check out the trailer for yourself. It looks like it’s going to be a good one!


  1. If you’re in or going to be in Los Angeles between now and June 16th, you may want to check out “I Like Horror” at the Desmond. The 25,000-square-foot interactive horror exhibit features pop-art interpretations that allow visitors to wander the hedgerows at the Overlook hotel, wallow in a giant Chinese takeout container of maggots from “The Lost Boys, creep through Freddy Krueger's boiler room, and many other scenes. "I'm a huge fan of all of these films," experiential artist Maximillian, who devised the pop-up horror house, tells Newsweek. "Some would be considered straight-up horror, some maybe not so much. But they all have scary elements. They all have an overarching dark universe. And I really wanted to touch the different horror fandoms." If you can’t make it to LA, the artist says he’d like to take it on the road, so you may get a chance in the future.


  1. If you’re a fan of horror based on real places and maybe-real events, you may want to check out "Amityville: Mt. Misery Road" Coming on DVD May 7th. Said to be the most haunted road in America, Mt. Misery Road in Long Island NY, comes alive in this thriller. Charlie and Buzi (both the main characters and the creators of the film) travel to the mysterious road, which is haunted by legendary stories of creatures such as Mothman and Hellhound and ghosts from an old, abandoned asylum. The couple fight to keep it together through one thing after another, but the forces of evil are strong. Check out the PR Newswire article for more details.


  1. Vox has quite an article titled “Inside the haunted doll markets of eBay and Etsy”. Haunted doll sellers and collectors say buyers should beware. Because possessed and haunted dolls aren’t just the realm of movies like Annabelle and Chucky. They’re real. “Etsy and eBay list thousands of dolls purportedly inhabited by everything from evil witches to judgmental spirits that might call you fat to young children and fairy spirits. Most haunted dolls sell for around $50 plus shipping, but the most highly prized ones are priced well into the four figures. There’s a formula, too, for how they’re sold: Each listing contains a detailed overview of the spirit’s life story, details of said spirit’s death, and a description of their personality. Dolls are labeled “active” or “highly active” if paranormal phenomena are said to occur frequently in their vicinity. Some are advertised as being able to move objects, make noises, or communicate via telepathy or Ouija board, while others are meant to act as creative muses, play matchmaker by revealing potential lovers in dreams, or emit positive energy.” You really should read the article to learn the stringent testing process that some dealers use to assure that the dolls are genuine. Skeptical? A believer? Well, decide for yourself.


Universal Studios Classic: “The Invisible Man” (1933)

A scientist finds a way of becoming invisible, but in doing so, he becomes murderously insane.

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Contemporary Classic: “The Tunnel” (2011)

An investigation into a government cover-up leads to a network of abandoned train tunnels deep beneath the heart of Sydney. As a journalist and her crew hunt for the story it quickly becomes clear the story is hunting them.

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Horror Short: (YouTube) “The iMom”

Ariel Martin's "The iMom" explores the future of A.I. and asks who is to blame when technology turns on us. Be careful when watching, as Katharine Trendacosta from i09 warns that “iMom will haunt your dreams.”

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Feature Presentation: “Late Phases” aka “Night of the Wolf” or “Night of the Lone Wolf” (2014)

When deadly beasts attack from the forest, it is up to a grizzled veteran to uncover what the residents of a secluded retirement community are hiding.

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