I thought it might be fun to make a list of favorite non-Naschy Spanish Horror films and also get
to make one of his own so we could argue
the various qualities of the films we love. Then I realized how much fun it
might be to get others to play along! So, Cort Psyops joins us again to indulge
in one of fandom's great games - the making and comparing of lists of
No conversation about shared passions can go on for too long before people are arguing their favorites and explaining the reasons for rating one beloved thing over another. It is in these discussions that fans come to know each other. The communal exploration of Spanish Horror is something that we've tried to foster with the Naschycast and shows like this might be one of the best ways to bring more people to the party. I know we had a blast trying to name our three favorite of this very thin slice of the genre! Of course, only one of us was able stick the limit of three so the conversation ranges across the decades with many extra titles getting honorable mentions. And the sidetracks are numerous! Be warned - we digress from the topic more than once. We just hope that our ramblings are amusing enough keep you entertained.
One note - when
and I return near the end to talk about the Lists left on the Naschycast
Facebook page there is a strange crackling on the audio that I could not
remove. It only lasts for the first few minutes but it is distracting. Sorry!
Technical difficulties are sometimes unavoidable (and mysterious). Troy
If you've never heard Cort's excellent podcast Cinema Psyops you are cheating yourself out of a damned good time. Head on over there and give that show a listen. If you have any comments about this episode or just want to give us your list of favorite non-Naschy Spanish Horror films the email address is email@example.com. We'd be glad to hear from you. The music this time comes from Jonathan Coulton, Piero Piccioni and The Decemberists.
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