The Castle Of Horror Podcast Presents: [REC]

By Jason Henderson, Drew Edwards, Tony Salvaggio, and Julia Guzman

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Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Castle of Horror Podcast tonight, a weekly internet radio show where professional writers in the comics, games and book industries take a look at horror movies, choosing one movie a week to discuss in depth.

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This week we wrap up our retrospective on Found Footage horror with [REC], a 2007 Spanish zombie movie that we actually all found to be fairly effective. This means that we managed to hit three fairly decent exemplars of the genre.  [REC] tells the story of a couple of journalists following a fire fighter team in Barcelona who go out on a routine call, only to get dragged into a zombie apocalypse. You absolutely should look for the Spanish language version, because it's hard to capture terror effectively in dubbing.

Check out the trailer:

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGJ_jPKOj1c[/youtube]

Also this week, look for an interview with New York Times bestselling author Richard Kadrey, who drops in to talk about his new demons-of-LA book Killing Pretty of the Sandman Slim series.

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The Team: Hosted by Jason Henderson, writer of IDW's Ben 10 series and creator of the HarperTeen novel series Alex Van Helsing.Featuring Drew Edwards, creator of Halloween Man, Tony Salvaggio of Clockwerx from Humanoids and Julia Guzman, attorney host of the mom-oriented podcast Podmoms.

About Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.

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