Episode 62: From Beyond

Recorded on January 24, 2010.


Sticky and wet, just the way you like it.

This week on Gutter Trash, we review H.P. Lovecraft’s From Beyond starring Jeffrey Combs, directed by Stuart Gordon. We also talk Orson Welles and Casey Kasem outtakes, unread books, childhood horrors, hatred of zoos, the awesome of Tool, the awfulness of Motley Crue, and finally – I make contact.

Episode 62: From Beyond

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Episode 62 / Time – 87:56 min. / File Size – 40mb

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  1. No chatter on this week’s episode? Hmmmm….

    My scary movies from childhood were/are:

    Salem’s Lot – I saw this when it aired when I was 4. That kid scratching on the glass still freaks me out. Strangely I remember a scene that seems to not be in it when I re-saw it 15 years ago. The scene was nails coming up out of a cargo crate with the vampire’s coffin inside. Also it seems like the crate was in a dumpster so it totally might’ve been a dream inspired by the movie.

    Dawn of the Dead – I thought was a documentary because of the way it’s shot & that I was 7. Still incredible & has probably influenced everything creative I have ever worked on.

    Children of the Corn – I saw this when I was 9. That kid cutting the pentagram on his chest & saying, “It’s my birthday” probably led to me being a cutter when I was a teenager. Also it gave me mixed feelings of whether evil was cool or not cool.

    The Fly – I was 11 when this came out? I could’ve sworn I was 9. The whole thing that freaked me out was I felt like Jeff Goldblum was smart in a similar way to me (of course these days they call that Asperger’s Syndrome) so I could relate to him.

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