With this episode of the show we open things up in a new way! Although
and I have had the occasional guest on the NaschyCast they have been rare
occurrences. Generally this was because we wanted to keep the show as focused
on the films of Paul Naschy as we could.
We felt that we should deviate as little as possible from covering the
movies in depth so keeping the visits infrequent allowed us to drill down and
(most importantly) stay on task. Longtime listeners will know that it doesn't
take much to get us sidetracked and having someone else present would make the
show a meandering monster!
So, with this episode we take the Naschycast into new territory and talk to Cort Psyops for about two hours about his love of Naschy. We quiz him on his first exposure to the Spanish Horror icon, learn what his favorite Naschy films are and dig into the various werewolf movies in search of the best and worst. Cort describes his discovery of this strange strain of Euro-Horror and, in the process, makes both
Troy and I feel really, really old. The only
mitigating details are that his initial viewing involved a VHS tape and not a
DVD. We are so old. Any way.....
If you've not checked out Cort's excellent podcast Cinema Psyops it comes highly recommended. I can honestly say that his show has made me laugh more than almost any other film related podcast. Sometimes I laugh at them but often I am laughing with them so I'm proud to have a bit of that fun become a part of our show. The discussion here does waver all over the place with talk of several unconnected topics but one of us always drags things back to Naschy. I'm just looking forward to Cort and his co-host Matt covering more Spanish Horror on their show. I'm wondering if Matt will survive!
Thank you for downloading and listening to the show. If you have any comments or suggestions please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what's on your mind. If there are any Naschy subjects you'd like to have us discuss let us know. In the meantime, remember that we are in the Year of Naschy Blu-Rays so go pick up some hi-def horror for your home!