Discover the Horror Podcast: Episode 16 – Moments of Gore with Special Guest Artist Putrid!

When most horror fans they first get into the genre, they tend to look for the juicy, red, and meaty stuff . . . the gore. Okay maybe not all horror fans, but a lot of us. Always looking for the next over-the-top or extreme, or just being dazzled by the top-notch gory makeup effects that were bursting out from the screen, we ate that shit up! In this episode, we highlight some of our favorite moments of gore. Joining us on our journey through the gore-soaked trenches is the incredible artist Putrid!

Putrid has been consistently killing it when it comes to his incredible gore-filled artwork. Highly influenced by Bernie Wrightson, Putrid’s style continues to astound, disturb, and downright gross-out his fans. Enjoy!

These are the films mentioned and/or discussed in this episode:

Alien (1979), An American Werewolf in London (1981), Anthropophagus (1981), The Beyond (1981),
Beyond the Darkness (1979), Black Past (1989), Blood Feast (1963), Blood Freak (1972),
Bloodsucking Freaks (1976), Bone Tomahawk (2015), Braindead (1992), The Burning Moon (1992),
Cannibal Holocaust (1980), City of the Living Dead (1980), A Company of Wolves (1984),
Dard Divorce (2007), Dawn of the Dead (1978), Day of the Dead (1985), Deep Red (1975),
Dellamorte Dellamore (1994), Dream Home (2010), Dr. Lamb (1992), Dust Devil (1992),
Ebola Syndrome (1996), Evil Dead (1981), Evil Dead (2013), Evilspeak (1981), Faces of Death (1978),
The Fly II (1989), The Fog (1980), Found (2012), Friday the 13th (1980), The Gore Gore Girls (1972),
Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986), House by the Cemetery (1981), The Howling (1981),
The Initiation (1984), Irreversible (2002), Maniac (1980), Mermaid in a Manhole (1988), Nekromantik (1987), New York Ripper (1982), No Reason (2010), Opera (1987), Premutos: The Fallen Angel (1997),
The Queen of Black Magic (1981), The Raid (2011), Rampage (1987), Robocop (1987), Scanners (1981),
The Shining (1980), Society (1989), Splatter Farm (1987), Starship Troopers (1997), Story of Ricky (1991), Suspiria (1977), Tenebre (1982), The Thing (1982), Tonight She Comes (2016), Total Recall (1990),
The Toxic Avengers (1984), Traces of Death (1993), Two Thousand Maniacs! (1964), The Untold Story (1993), Videodrome (1982), Violent Shit (1989), Wizard of Gore (1970), Woodchipper Massacre (1988),
Zombie (1979)

2 thoughts on “Discover the Horror Podcast: Episode 16 – Moments of Gore with Special Guest Artist Putrid!

  1. Nicely done and balanced Podcast, Jon. Although I am personally not a big fan of “gore” films, I respect the fact that you have a wide appreciation for the wide pantheon of the horror film genre. I have been listening to other horror podcasts recently with focused reviews on horror films that I personally admire (“Vampyres”, “The House that Screamed”, “Frightmare”) and have found that many of these “younger” Podcasters seem to have little appreciation for films made in the 1960’s and 1970’s and therefore are not presenting a biased review. I am not blaming them personally, but I believe this to be a product of their generation and the growing trend in the current world we live in.

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    • Thanks once again, Todd! Glad you’re enjoying it, even when it might not be a topic you’re completely into. And yes, the whole idea is to go all in, as they say. Doesn’t mean you have to like everything, but unless you really get your hands wet and sticky, you might not really know what you’re missing! Never settle and always keep looking for different rabbit holes to dive into. But I’m glad you keep coming back!

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