26 MOVIES FROM HELL EPISODE D

Welcome to 26 MOVIES FROM HELL, a podcast dedicated to discussing, reviewing and shedding light on overlooked and underrated Cult, Horror, Experimental, 70’s Exploitation and just plain Strange movies.

We start at ‘A’ and end at ‘Z’ and start all over again.

 The idea behind the series podcast is to get our guests and listeners involved with the selection process. Prior to each show, we will share Clips, Trailers and Movie info of the contenders,via Twitter at

@26MFHPOD

after which, we will put it to a vote and leave our film selection for the week in the hands of the gods…

Here are the results for episode D:

Our special guest for the show is the brilliant writer, director and illustrator Ricky Sprague. Ricky is a regular on the show, and not only is he a fine podcast guest, he also has lots of brilliant work of his own…

links:

Ricky Sprague

Project Child Murdering Robot

We would also like to thank our call in guests:

DREW DIETSCH FROM GENRE VISION

@DrewDietsch

and

ANDREW HAWKINS FROM FREAKY FANDOMS

@mrandrewhawkins

Here are clips and info on all the entries… stay tuned for the full podcast and additional film info for the winner of our poll

DEMONS (1985)

Directed by

Lamberto Bava

Produced by

Dario Argento

Screenplay by

Story by

Dardano Sacchetti

Starring

Music by

Claudio Simonetti

Cinematography

Gianlorenzo Battaglia

Edited by

Production
company

DACFILM Rome

Release date

  • 4 October 1985

Running time

88 minutes[1]

Country

Italy

Language

  • English

  • Italian

Budget

$1.8 million

DEATHDREAM (1974)

Directed by

Bob Clark

Produced by

Bob Clark

Written by

Alan Ormsby

Starring

Music by

Carl Zittrer

Cinematography

Jack McGowan

Edited by

Ronald Sinclair

Production
company

  • Quadrant Films
  • Impact Films[1]

Release date

  • August 30, 1974[2]

Running time

88 minutes

Country

  • Canada

  • United States[1]

Language

English

Budget

$235,000[3]

DUST DEVIL (1992)

Directed by

Richard Stanley

Produced by

JoAnne Sellar[1]

Screenplay by

Richard Stanley[1]

Starring

Music by

Simon Boswell[1]

Cinematography

Steven Chivers[1]

Edited by

  • Derek Trigg

  • Paul Carlin[1]

Production
companies

  • Palace Pictures
  • Film Four International[1]

Distributed by

Polygram[1]

Country

United Kingdom[1]

DEMONLOVER (2002)

Directed by

Olivier Assayas

Produced by

Xavier Giannoli

Written by

Olivier Assayas

Starring

Connie Nielsen

Charles Berling

Chloë Sevigny

Gina Gershon

Music by

Sonic Youth

Jim O’Rourke

Cinematography

Denis Lenoir

Edited by

Luc Barnier

Release date

  • May 19, 2002 (Cannes)

  • November 6, 2002 (France)

  • September 19, 2003 (United States (limited))

Running time

115 min.

Country

France

Language

French, English, Japanese

Budget

$7.2 million[1]

we hope you enjoy the show – BJK