13 O’Clock Movie Retrospective: Creepshow

Tom and Jenny discuss one of the best (if not THE best) horror anthology movie of all time, 1982’s Creepshow. I WANT MY CAKE!!!

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Episode One-Hundred-Nine: The Zodiac Killer

On today’s cryptic and crime-ridden installment, Tom and Jenny are finally getting around to tackling America’s preeminent case of a serial killer who has never been caught: The Zodiac. Beginning in the mid to late 1960s, California was gripped in fear of the hooded gunman who largely targeted couples in their cars and ruthlessly shot them to death before sending taunting and coded letters to police and newspapers. Who was he, how many people did he actually kill, and will he ever be apprehended? Dig out your decoder rings and tune in for a discussion of the classic study in true crime that is episode 109.

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Listen to Tom talking about the Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist on NPR.

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Clip at the beginning taken from the trailer of the 2007 film Zodiac.

Song at the end: “Zodiac (He Is Still Out There…)” by Christian Death.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS! The show is made possible by: Jason, Scarlett, Nathalie, Jake, Jen, Victoria, Lana, Duncan, Thomm, Matthew, John, Joseph, Dan, Eric, Brandon, Valtrina, Tara, Sandra, Paul, Weaponsandstuff93, Michael, Ben, Anthony, Ima Shrew, James, Matt, Mary Ellen, Jamin, Joanie, Arif, Natalia, Samantha, Ashley, Kieron, Sophie, Tara, Jana & Scott, Ed, creepy crepes, Christopher, Elizabeth, Tina, Lars, Ed, Veronica, Corinthian, Daniel, Dean, Greg, Lindsey, Richard & Sheena.

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13 O’Clock Movie Retrospective: The Evil

Tom and Jenny discuss a forgotten haunted house flick from 1978, The Evil.

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Here’s a link to the movie in widescreen on YouTube.

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Episode One-Hundred-Eight: The Boys from Yuba City, aka the American Dyatlov Pass

On today’s cold and creepy installment, Tom and Jenny are tackling an oft-requested, mysterious unexplained deaths case: the so-called Boys from Yuba City, otherwise known as the American Dyatlov Pass incident. In 1978, five young men disappeared in a snowy California forest, only to be found months later with no explanation as to how they ended up where they did or why they ended up dead. All this, plus a brief news story out of Georgia about a Jane Doe found dismembered in a landfill. Bundle up against the inclement weather and warm your frozen tootsies by the fire of episode 108.

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Clip at the beginning taken from “The Boys from Yuba City – America’s Dyatlov Pass Incident” on the Bedtime Stories channel.

Song at the end: “Snowstorm” by Galaxie 500.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS! The show is made possible by: Jason, Scarlett, Nathalie, Jake, Jen, Victoria, Lana, Duncan, Thomm, Matthew, John, Joseph, Dan, Eric, Brandon, Valtrina, Tara, Sandra, Paul, Weaponsandstuff93, Michael, Ben, Anthony, Ima Shrew, James, Matt, Mary Ellen, Jamin, Joanie, Arif, Natalia, Samantha, Ashley, Kieron, Sophie, Tara, Jana & Scott, Ed, creepy crepes, Christopher, Elizabeth, Tina, Lars, Ed, Veronica, Corinthian, Daniel, Dean, Greg, Lindsey, Richard & Sheena.

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13 O’Clock Movie Retrospective: Necronomicon

Tom and Jenny discuss the 1993 H.P. Lovecraft anthology film, Necronomicon.

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Episode One-Hundred-Seven: Premature Burial and Body Snatchers

On this grave (heh) installment of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny are delving into some grim territory, exploring incidents where people were buried alive, as well as the strange and wonderful methods invented for preventing such a thing from happening. We’ll also be discussing the common 19th-century practice of body snatching, citing some examples and getting into the case of the famous British body snatchers and murderers, Burke and Hare. All this, plus a couple of cemetery-related news stories on our opening segment, and it adds up to a deep and deathly episode 107 that’s sure to fog your mirror and liven up your tomb.

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Clip at the beginning taken from the trailer of the 1962 film The Premature Burial.

Song at the end: “Burke and Hare,” sung by Robin Laing.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS! The show is made possible by: Jason, Scarlett, Nathalie, Jake, Jen, Victoria, Lana, Duncan, Thomm, Matthew, John, Joseph, Dan, Eric, Brandon, Valtrina, Tara, Sandra, Paul, Weaponsandstuff93, Michael, Ben, Anthony, Ima Shrew, James, Matt, Mary Ellen, Jamin, Joanie, Arif, Natalia, Samantha, Ashley, Kieron, Sophie, Tara, Jana & Scott, creepy crepes, Christopher, Elizabeth, Tina, Lars, Veronica, Corinthian, Daniel, Dean, Greg, Lindsey, Richard & Sheena.

13 O’Clock is hosted by Jenny Ashford & Tom Ross. Channel art and audio & video editing by Jenny Ashford. Music & sound effects courtesy of freesound.org users jamespotterboy, corsica-s, enjoypa, capturedlv, luffy, kiddpark, and justkiddink. Video clips courtesy of Videezy & Videvo.

13 O’Clock Movie Retrospective: Alien & Aliens

Tom and Jenny discuss two of the most iconic horror/scifi movies of all time, 1979’s Alien and 1986’s Aliens.

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