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Month: June 2020

Episode 32 – Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)

Don’t pick up strangers. Don’t venture into unknown places. Don’t let yourself into empty houses. Or you could end up like these five unlucky young souls in Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

This podcast is non-profit and has been broadcast for educational purposes. Excerpts from the following material has been included to enhance the listener experience:

FILM
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) dir. Tobe Hooper, USA
Eaten Alive (1976) dir. Tobe Hooper, USA
Fatal Attraction (1987) dir. Adrian Lyne, USA

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Thanks again for checking out Celluloid Junkies. Join us next time as we look at Adrian Lyne’s psycho-sexual thriller Fatal Attraction. Until then, don’t forget to check out the archives, or hit up our website.

Bring your protest signs and join us in the revolution as we explore Hal Ashby’s 1971 comedy-drama Harold and Maude.

This podcast is non-profit and has been broadcast for educational purposes. Excerpts from the following material has been included to enhance the listener experience:

FILM
Harold and Maude (1971) dir. Hal Ashby, USA

TELEVISION
This is Your Life, November 21st 1971, syndicated TV series

MUSIC
“Trouble” (1970) from Mona Bone Jakon, w&p: Cat Stevens
“Tea for the Tillerman” (1970) from Tea for the Tillerman, w&p: Cat Stevens
“Where Do the Children Play?” (1970) from Tea for the Tillerman, w&p: Cat Stevens
“If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out” (1971) from Harold and Maude, w&p: Cat Stevens

If you want to follow us on Letterboxd, we’re always logging and rating films we’ve been watching and occasionally Luke will do some pretty in-depth reviews, too.

Luke Kane: http://www.letterboxd.com/kanemutiny/
Damien Heath: http://www.letterboxd.com/jedikaos/

You can find Celluloid Junkies on FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube and Pinterest.

Luke is also on Twitter, as is Damien

Thanks again for checking out Celluloid Junkies. Join us next time as we discuss one of the most notorious true crime stories ever committed to film, Tobe Hooper’s 1974 classic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Until then, don’t forget to check out the archives, or hit up our website.

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