Cut to the Chase Podcast – GREMLINS (1984)

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Cut to the Chase Podcast - GREMLINS (1984)
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Over halfway done with 12 Days of Chasmas and this time we gathered up Heather and Scott to help us cover the beloved classic Gremlins!

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Episode 189 – Jurassic World

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Episode 189 - Jurassic World
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Jurassic Park is now iconic. One of the very first examples of modern CGI, the film and its two follow ups amazed both young and

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Episode 188 – Michael Crichton Focus: Jurassic Park Franchise

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Episode 188 - Michael Crichton Focus: Jurassic Park Franchise
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Michael Crichton, one of the top science fiction and techno-thriller authors of all time, known for creating the highly successful television series ER, was at

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Episode 187 – Poltergeist: Then and Now

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Episode 187 - Poltergeist: Then and Now
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Why not bring one of the biggest Hollywood stars together with one of the most iconic horror directors of the 1970’s. Producer Stephen Spielberg and

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Episode 120 – Gremlins (1984)

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Episode 120 - Gremlins (1984)
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A merry belated Christmas to all. Dark Discussions once again digs into the archives of great horror Christmas films and brings you their discussion of

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Episode 092 – Scott Stewart Focus: 2013’s Dark Skies

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Episode 092 - Scott Stewart Focus: 2013's Dark Skies
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The greys or grays are one of the least tapped sources for scares in genre fiction. While vampires and zombies seem to dominate every type

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Episode 069 – Jaws (1975)

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Episode 069 - Jaws (1975)
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In 1973, author Peter Benchley had his now famous novel, Jaws, published to great acclaim. Inspired by a number of real life incidents of sharks

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Episode 057 – H.G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds Part 3

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Episode 057 - H.G. Wells' The War of the Worlds Part 3
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From its 1898 publishing, H.G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds had been a best selling novel but also a forerunner to the pulp and

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