118 | Splatter

December 03, 2021 01:01:57
118 | Splatter
Every Horror Movie On Netflix
118 | Splatter

Show Notes

The year is 2009. Netflix is inventing online content delivery, Cory Feldman is inventing Zoom breakout rooms, and we're watching SPLATTER, the Roger Corman-produced experimental web series that tested the waters to see if the Internet was safe for horror movies.  Join us as we dissect the short film adaptation currently available on Netflix, as well as its place in history.  We also discuss choose-your-own-adventure books, Cameo, and plug short films we made ten years ago.

Watch the choose-your-own-adventure version of SPLATTER as God intended: https://trailersfromhell.com/splatter/start.html

Watch the short film Patrick and Chris made for the 48 Hour Horror Film Project, OBITUARY: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvmYcHTqOSo 

Watch Chris' short 48-hour film from college, MINDCHANGERS:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A198eJG_Jx0

Watch Chris' other 48-hour film from college, DEMONGATE: https://youtu.be/nmWl7XhZlcc

Check out Tony Todd on Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/topdog

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