New Episode of Discover the Horror Now Live!

Have you seen Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals (1977), Beyond the Darkness (1979) Anthropophagus (1980), or Absurd (1981)? These are the four films from the one and only Aristide Massaccesi, better known as Joe D’Amato! Joining us in the fun discussion is HorrorHound’s Managing Editor, Aaron Crowell! D’Amato’s films were known to be outrageous, filled with some unbelievable gore as well as sleaze and pure craziness. I mean, when is the last time you saw a guy feasting on his own guts?!?!?

Join us as we discuss four of the more popular titles from this unusual, yet still iconic Italian directors.

Here are films we mention during this episode:

Bounty Hunter in Trinity (1972)
Man from Deep River (1972)
The Devil’s Wedding Night (1973)
Death Smiles on a Murderer (1973)
Rabid Dogs (1974)
Emanuelle and Francoise (1975)
Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals (1976)
Emanuelle in America (1977)
Ultimo mondo cannibale aka Jungle Holocaust (1977)
Beyond the Darkness (1979)
Zombie (1979)
Anthropophagus (1980)
Cannibal Holocaust (1980)
Absurd (1981)
Cannibal Ferox (1981)
Bloody Moon (1981)
Stagefright (1987)
Delirium (1987)

2 thoughts on “New Episode of Discover the Horror Now Live!

  1. Congrats on another outstanding Podcast! I really enjoyed your guest from Horrorhound magazine, he added a nice perspective to the conversation. I also liked the discussion on the Italian horror actors and directors who have appeared at conventions in the United States (VERY COOL). I have been a fan of Joe D’amato for quite a while and own a number of his films on DVD, including the four titles reviewed in the Podcast. My personal favorite three titles are “Death Smiles on a Murderer”, “Caligula: The Untold Story”, and “Beyond the Darkness:. Keep those podcasts coming!!

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