START TREK carries on to the third theatrical film, THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK, directed by Leonard Nimoy. We're joined by our old friend Anthony Pizzo, who you may know from his drawings or his photography or from being an all around sweetie.
Apologies that this took us almost two years to get right, but sometimes we release an episode that while, some people may insist it’s a good episode, is missing that certain something special we owe our audience.
As such, we’re doing a Take 2 of our Night of the Living Dead episode, where missing host Aaron Armstrong has returned, armed with a battalion of guest hosts, and special returning guest Ethan Warren!*
So take a listen to *the* definitive Night of the Living Dead We Love To Watch Podcast episode.
*Peter died on the way back to his home planet and was not able to record.
Don’t You Dare!
We wrap up the Summer of Lovecraft with a special Don't You Dare episode on the Lovecratian video game, Bloodborne.
We're joined by guest Andrew Daar, as we discuss the best version of Lovecraftian fiction of all time.
Next week, we're cleaning out our archives with Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.
We Love to Watch… cat dead, details later?
Luana Saitta IS BACK and more BLOODTHIRSTY* and MERCILESS** than ever before!***
*** here's a link to her podcast! monstercommentaries.libsyn.com/monster-i…iscussion
The Monster Island Commentaries co-host and our resident kaiju fiend is here to talk about monsters, but this time, smaller monsters generally under 6 foot tall. Lovecraft's Herbert West: Re-Animator story splits into Re-Animator and Bride of Re-Animator, directed by Stuart Gordon and Brian Yuzna respectively.
We Love to Watch know’s that it’s a witch… house
This week, we're joined by Brandon Ledet for the next set of Stuart Gordon's DREAMS IN THE WITCH HOUSE Masters of Horror episode, as well as his movie DAGON (based on Shadow over Innsmouth) by H.P. Lovecraft.
Brandon does great work at swampflix.com/ and even has his own (wonderful) podcast!
We also have launched our Patreon! If you'd like to support us, we're at: www.patreon.com/welovetowatch
Aaron & I have been proud to keep this show on for the past 3 years, and are eternally thankful for each and every one of our listeners. The show has become part of our lives in a way we never expected when we started, and has been a way for us to bond with each other, and all of you.
But, as our listenership grows, and time goes on, we realized we want to be able to support the show and keep it going for a long time. And between hosting, the site, renting the movies, etc. - costs add up. So, we’re asking you to chip in what you can, if you can, and help us keep this fun project going as long as we can.
Thank you again for listening - we truly couldn’t do this without you.
We Love to Watch… DMT: The Movie
Summer of Lovercraft drops DMT and takes a trip with 2013’s From Beyond adaptation, Banshee Chapter!
We’re joined by guest Gary Butterfield of Duckfeed.tv (Watch Out for Fireballs, Bonfireside Chat) to talk Lovecraft, Hunter S. Thompson, and MK-ULTRA (you’ll understand once you watch the movie).
We Love to Watch that strange weather pattern rolling in, which can only be fog.
Frank Darabont's THE MIST is an adaptation of Stephen King's novella, starring Thomas Jane.
Aaron & Pete discuss it in the context of our Summer of Lovecraft.
You can find us on Stitcher, Tunein, Soundcloud, Spotify, iTunes, or your Podcatcher of choice.
We Love to Watch found out that the colour out of space is like a purple/violet? Maybe a pink?
The Summer of Lovecraft hits our first double feature, with 2010's The Color Out of Space and 1991's The Resurrected!
We're joined by Rick Kelley from ludditerobot.com
Join us next week as we take our first detour with The Mist!
We Love to Watch… Hey, Aaron? Sapiosexuals are talking about LITERAL brain-boners, right?
We Love to Watch Presents the Summer of Lovecraft
We’re kicking off our two month Summer of Lovecraft extravaganza by sort of covering the documentary Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown, but actually talking about his stories, his monsters, and the man himself. Was Lovecraft like a super chill dude, or some sort of pathetic racist? Tune in to find out!
Join us next week as we cover our first Lovecraft adaptation, From Beyond!
We Love to Watch ALL DEFINITIONS OF PODCASTS HAVE BEEN ERASED.
Week 3 of Pride Month has been gifted to us by guest Caitlin Casiello, as we discuss the 1969 Japanese New Wave masterpiece, Funeral Parade of Roses.
Join us as we discuss....quite a lot of stuff actually.
We're wrapping up the month next week with Joey Lee and But I'm a Cheerleader!
We Love to Watch women do the durndest things!
PRIDE MONTH rages on with Luana Saitta, co-host of Monster Island Commentaries! We welcome Luana back, especially when she brings us movies like BOUND.
We Love to Watch somehow not the least sad talking rat movie?
We're kicking off Pride Month with Closet Monster, picked by guest and writer, Liam Haber.
Each week this month, the movies are picked by our guests, and we are getting off to a heck of a start with an underseen, wonderful movie.
Check out Liam's writing at theknockturnal.com/author/liamh/
Next week we cover Bound with Luana Saitta!
We Love to Watch….
We Love to Watch the boys break their Sondhymen!
Musical May III: Classic Movies for Thee, hits our third movie, "West Side Story."
We're joined by EP and friend of the show, Carrie N. Make sure you check out her episode of Death Row Stories on 6/9 on HLN (not her story, but an episode she worked on :) ).
Next week, we wrap up the month with David Clarke and Top Hot / Pennies from Heaven.
We Love to Watch did Xanadu before Singin’ In the Rain!
Musical May continues with Singin’ In the Rain. We’re joined by our guest Casey Giltner, who previously was on our It’s a Wonderful Life episode!
You can find us on iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, and written in the rain clouds.
We Love to Watch… Bio-digital jazz, man.
We Love to Watch… the only time Aaron has been called a “gentleman”
We're kicking off our third incarnation of Musical May with the great Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. We're joined by wonderful laugher, Anthony Pizzo, and all of us, are so, so, so, so sorry for what you're about to endure.
Like....I don't know what this is. But we're back on track next week with Singin' in the Rain!
DEATH TO PETER MORAN. DEATH TO AARON ARMSTRONG. WE LOVE TO WATCH!
"What is Real, man?" Month hits the "weird one" with 199's eXistenZ, David Cronenberg's pseudo follow up to Videodrome.
It's a good one, but tell me the truth, are we still in the podcast?
Join us next week as we wrap up the month with Tron and Tron: Legacy!