It was a dark and stormy night, and as the Phantom Erik pondered, weak and weary, over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten podcasts, he was inspired to begin his own project. And so, because of a strange deformation of his hands, and mostly because he is too belabored to actually write a blog, he decided to start up his own podcast detailing his journey through the last century of horror cinema.
The 100 Years of Horror podcast was a one-man show, so if that wasn’t your shtick, you were invited to leave while you still could. If you chose to give him a chance, the Phantom Erik promised to endear you, enrage you and perhaps embowel you with his takes on films and the themes surrounding them.
While this website, and its associated podcast are, for the most part, an unforgiving wasteland of anarchy, there are a few concise rules set aside to make this an entertaining show for both the host and his listeners. So, without further ado, the rules of the podcast…
1. No movies that have been viewed by the Phantom Erik before
2. No sequels/prequels of other movies on the list
3. No remakes of other movies on the list
Seems easy enough, right?
100 Years of Horror Podcast Retired
Sadly, like all good things, 100 Years of Horror closed up shop on the podcast, and it is no longer available online or on podcast platforms.
This gives you two options:
- Buy the archive of the show on CD here, or
- Listen to a new horror movie review podcast
While this website was always intended as a host for the hungry podcast feeders, the Phantom Erik occasionally posted little mealworms to tide you, his captors, over. Outtakes, show notes, videos and photographs will all find a home on the Blog. Make sure you don’t neglect these little gems, or they may come back to…haunt you…
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