Patreon teaser: Retro Movie Love Podcast Bonus Patreon Episode #7: Horror Movie Hair
FREE FOR EVERYONE! Our most hair-raising episode yet! Meep and Daniel talk Horror Movie Hair. Big hair, good hair, bad hair, mullets, crimps, wigs, perms, body hair, retro commercials, listener lists and more. No head is safe!
Hairdresser on Fire by Morrissey
Wig by The B-52s
Meep and his good pal Daniel Archer explore the best/worst hair (of all kinds) in Horror Movies. The most hair-raising bonus episode yet!
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Ep. 51: 1998 Movie Favorites. Meep & his longtime pal Quentin take a nostalgic and passionate look back at their favorite Movies from 20 years ago.
Total Eclipse of the Heart by Bonnie Tyler
If You Love Me by Brownstone
Love Train by The O’Jays
Ep. 49: Teen Horror. Meep and his pal David return back to the genre and discuss their favorite Teen Horror Movies.
Nothing’s Gonna Stand in Our Way by John Farnham
Dancing in the Moonlight by Paul Zaza & Carl Zittrer
You Should Have Never Opened That Door by The Ramones
Patreon Teaser: Retro Movie Love Podcast Bonus Patreon Episode #2: Final Girls (and boys, too)
On this bonus episode for Patreon, Meep and his pal Quentin Dunne discuss their favorite Final Girls (and boys, too) in Horror Movies.
Girls on Film by Duran Duran
Final Girl by Electric Youth
Just when you thought Shark Week was over…. Meep & Erik of The Hysteria Continues podcast discuss the JAWS Movies for our very first bonus Patreon episode! Become a Patreon supporter of our show today and you get to listen to our exclusive episode!
Ep. 46: Friday the 13th Movies. Meep & his pal Daniel Archer take an epic tour throughout ALL the Movies from the FRIDAY THE 13TH franchise! Blood, boobs, hot dudes, questionable fashion choices, memorable mom hair, cocaine, breakdancing, space and cruise ships ensue! Also, Retro Movie Love’s own Ben Sher & Quentin Dunne send in their favorite Friday memories via audio clips and Friday lists from fans of the podcast are included as well. This is it campers! The one you’ve been screaming for.
Theme From Friday the 13th Part III by Harry Manfredini
He’s Back (The Man Behind the Mask) by Alice Cooper
The Darkest Side of the Night by Metropolis (Peter Fredette & Stan Meissner)
Friday I’m in Love by The Cure
Ep. 43: ’70s Slasher Movies. Ben & Meep discuss some of the favorite Slasher Movies from the 1970s.
Let’s All Chant by Michael Zagar Band
If I Could Read Your Mind by Gordon Lightfoot
I’d Wait A Million Years by The Grass Roots
Ep. 42: 1996 Movie Favorites. Meep and his pal Quentin Dunne take a trip back to their video store days and talk about their favorite Movies of 1996. Includes a special guest appearance by Ben Sher!
How Soon is Now? by Love Spit Love
Stupid Girl by Garbage
Pepper by Butthole Surfers
Ep. 40: April 1987 At The Movies. Meep discusses all the Film Releases from April of 1987. Scotch, Silliness & Slashers!
Point Of No Return by Nu Shooz
The Telephone Call by Kraftwerk
Lookin’ Up by Michael Sembello
Ep. 38: February 1987 At The Movies. Just in time for it’s 30th anniversary! Meep and his pal, Film Critic and Nightmare on Elm Street historian Andrew Parker, talk extensively about THE DREAM WARRIORS. Meep also covers BLACK WIDOW with regular co-host Ben Sher and highlights everything else that came out in February of 1987.
Dream Warriors by Dokken
Boom Boom (Let’s Go Back To My Room) by Paul Lekakis
Don’t Leave Me This Way by The Communards
Ep. 37: January 1987 At The Movies. Meep dives deep into 1987 and starts off a series of podcasts focusing on one of his favorite years for Movies. More to come as the months progress!
Brand New Lover by Dead or Alive
Come Go With Me by Expose
Bedtime Tales by Larry Juris
Ep. 35: Halloween 2016 Anthology of Horror! Meep & Company are in the Halloween spirit and decided to bring you an epic podcast with 4 different co-hosts, 4 different horror Movie themes and more. Will you survive the night? Will you survive the podcast?!
Don’t Fear The Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult
Spooky by Dusty Springfield
Silver Shamrock by Halloween III, John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
Get Dead by Shari Belafonte
Ep. 34: 1980 Movie Favorites. Meep & Jon discuss their Top 10 favorite Movies of 1980. Will the force be with us?
Death or Glory by The Clash
He Needs Me by Shelley Duvall
Flash by Queen
Ep. 23: Wes Craven. Meep & Ben pay tribute to true master – Wes Craven, and go through his Filmography, discuss his Movies, and what he means to them.
Timeless Love by Saraya
Sadie and Krug by David Hess
Sword & Stone by Bonfire
Ep. 21: East Coast VS. West Coast Slasher Movies. Meep & Kieron “battle” it out with 5 Favorite Slasher Movies each from the East Coast where Meep is from and the West Coast where Kieron is a native. Everyone’s a winner if they have a pure love for Slasher Movies!
(Everyone Wants to Be) The Winner by Graduation Day
Chop Up Your Mother by The Sick F*cks
Angela’s Theme by Franki Vinci
Hanky Panky by Tommy James & The Shondells
Ep. 18: 1983 Movie Favorites. Meep & Ben discuss their 10 favorite Movies of 1983. Also included are Top 10 lists from Cinema Du Meep & Retro Movie Love pals, recently seen discussion, Music selections and, as always, Meep drinking way too much scotch.
Love My Way by The Psychedelic Furs
Over You by Betty Buckley
Christine by Siouxsie and the Banshees
On The Wings of Love by Jeffery Osborne
Breathless by X
Ep. 17: Winter Horror. Meep and his special guest host Kieron Edwards discuss their favorite Horror Movies set during the Winter. This is a truly epic episode. Perfect to either escape from, or retreat to the snow.
Let It Snow by Dean Martin
Benihana by Marilyn Chambers
Everyday Is Like Sunday by The Smiths
Hazy Shade Of Winter by The Bangles
Ep. 16: 1982 Movie Favorites. Meep discusses his favorite Movies from 1982 and enlists some of his pals to contribute their own Top 10 lists for that magical Movie year.
We Got The Beat by The Go-Go’s
Ready or Not by Plain Jane
It Ain’t Easy Comin’ Down by Charlene
Eye of the Tiger by Survivor
Ep. 11: The Sounds of Horror Volume 2. The Revenge! Meep & Ben return to pick more of their favorite songs from Horror Movies.
PODCAST OPENER: Partytime by 45 Grave, Return of the Living Dead (1985)
1. Beat of the heart by Billy Barber (Scared Stiff)
2. Bump in the night by Steel Breeze (Witchboard)
3. Born to have it all by Katie Irving (Carrie)
4. All Night Long by Wish (A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy’s Revenge)
5. Cry Little Sister by G Tom Mac (The Lost Boys)
6. Geronimo by Nancy Sinatra & Bobby Fuller (The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini)
7. Baby It’s You by Smith – (Death Proof)
8. Run Between the Raindrows by Pat Benatar (The Stepfather)
9. Who Cares? by Kelly Garrett (The Attic)
10. Here in Darkness by Greg Stone (Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama)
11. Sail Away, Tiny Sparrow by Angela Rotella (Friday the 13th)
1. Bitchin’ in the kitchen by Jessica Harper & Cliff De Young (Shock Treatment)
2. The Lucky One by Laura Branigan (Killer Party)
3. I Love the way you Move by The Mike Theodore Orchestra (Mardi Gras Massacre)
4. Romeo Romeo by Brenda Vizcarra (Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers)
5. The Gangster Rock by Felony (Graduation Day)
6. Happy Birthday To Me by Syreeta (Happy Birthday to Me)
7. Destination (Understanding) by Nick Lavranos (Island of Death)
8. I Am The Future by Alice Cooper (Class of 1984)
9. Total Eclipse of the Heart by Bonnie Tyler (Urban Legend)
PODCAST CLOSER: The Little Blue Man by Betty Johnson
Ep. 10: The Coreys. Meep & Erik each pick their 5 favorite Movies that star either Corey Feldman, Corey Haim or both. This episode is pure Corey goodness. Enjoy!
It’s My Life by Talk Talk
Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car by Billy Ocean
People Are Strange by Echo & The Bunnymen
Running from this Nightmare by Tuesday Knight (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master)
Regan’s Theme by Ennio Morricone (Exorcist II: The Heretic)
Anything, Anything by Dramarama (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master)