EP. 19: The Love Witch

EP. 19: The Love Witch

If you're having trouble finding love, why not try witchcraft? What could possibly go wrong? In this week's film, our main character Elaine uses witchcraft to try and find true love, leaving a trail of broken marriages and dead bodies across a small California town. This is the second of our Pastiche films for April, a horror/tragedy/comedy that is a beautiful recreation of the Technicolor films of the late 60s. Drawing inspiration from Hitchcock's The Birds, Hammer's Dracula Prince of Darkness, and Romero's Season of the Witch, this film takes the style, and tropes of these films to tell a modern story of love, witchcraft, and murder. Join host Wyndham Jennings for another talk about film you haven't heard of, because who knows, it might wind up being your new favorite. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/celluloidfeverdreams/support

Ep. 18: The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra
39min 55sec
To celebrate our move to Thursdays, and April Fools, we're doing a theme month. Every episode featuring a different film that imitates the style and tropes of an earlier decade, Pastiche films in othe ...
Ep.17:She Beast
45min 45sec
Warning: This weeks film contains a scene of attempted sexual assault. I briefly discuss the scene in this episode, so if you find these things upsetting or triggering, then feel free to skip this wee ...
EP.16: D.E.B.S.
30min 36sec
It's our second request episode!  D.E.B.S. are elite female spies recruited through a secret test hidden in the SATs. Amy is the only one to ever score a perfect on the test and is the agency's golden ...
Ep.15: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
28min 41sec
It's the Regency era. A time of elegant balls, marrying for status, social climbing, kung fu, and endless hordes of the undead. This week we're diving into 2016's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and t ...
Episode 14: Bedknobs and Broomsticks
40min 7sec
We take a look at our first Disney film, 1971's Bedknobs and Broomsticks starring Angela Lansbury. Made during Disney's dark age, following Walt's death, it's often called a cheap imitation of Mary Po ...
Ep.13: Greased Lightning
28min 12sec
Richard Pryor, Pam Grier, and Cleavon Little star in Greased Lightning, the 1977 Biopic about Wendell Scott, the first African-American driver in NASCAR. The film takes a look at his life from his moo ...
EP. 12: Friday Foster
42min 35sec
This week I watch a film I never watched before, Friday Foster starring Pam Grier. It's the story of a former model, turned photographer who gets caught up in a political conspiracy while on assignmen ...
Ep.11: Harlem Nights
44min 41sec
This week we look at Harlem Nights (1989), the first, and only, film Eddie Murphy has written and directed. An action-comedy about the owners of an illegal club dealing with cops, gangsters, and compe ...
Ep. 10: The Last Dragon
44min 11sec
I kick off February with one of my favorite Martial Arts Films, The Last Dragon. A commercial success but critical failure when released in 1985 this film has everything. A killer soundtrack, action, ...
Ep.9:The Final Girls
40min 30sec
This week we talk about 2015's The Final Girls, starring Taissa Farmiga, and Malin Akerman. A horror comedy about a group of teens who get trapped in an 80s slasher flick and try to survive. For one g ...
Ep.8: The One I Love or Everybody Hurts.
29min 24sec
For this episode we take a look at the 2014 indie film The One I Love, available on Netflix. What starts as a weekend retreat to have one last stab at saving their marriage, turns into a paranormal pu ...
Ep.7:Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, or You're Just Happy to See Me?
42min 40sec
We take a fan request and talk about the 1988 film Elvira, Mistress of the Dark in this weeks episode. A timeless tale about a television host pursuing a dream of Las Vegas stardom, only to get (right ...
Ep. 6: Death Becomes Her
51min 51sec
This week I talk about one of the weirdest zombie films of all time, Death Becomes Her. Despite a dream cast, and award winning director it was only a modest hit at release. 27 years later it's still ...
Ep. 5: Lifeforce or Is it possible to have too much nudity?
54min 40sec
Thanks to a mixup I watched an entirely different 80s vampire film than I meant to. So, space aliens instead of undead. Patrick Stewart instead of David Bowie. Unknown French actress instead of Cather ...
Ep.4: Big Man Japan or Monsters Are The Least Of Your Problems
33min 50sec
Another foreign film this week with Big Man Japan, or Dai Nippojin (2007) starring Hitoshi Matsumoto. It's a mockumentary style film following Japan's biggest hero, literally, the 100 foot tall Big Ma ...
Ep. 3: For Your Height Only or A Nice Little Spy Caper
31min 17sec
This week we take a look at our first foreign film, For Your Height Only. This Filipino spy caper from 1981 is a perfect parody of the James Bond films from the time. Agent 00 must use all his skills ...
Ep. 2:GodMonster of Indian Flats or Died in the Wool!
49min 15sec
For this episode, Host Wyndham Jennings discusses the film GodMonster of Indian Flats, a monster movie more concerned with small town corruption than the titular monster. Listen in as he breaks down t ...
Ep. 1: Psychic Killer, or Thinking Your Problems to Death
40min 42sec
It's the first episode of the podcast as low budget and shoddily made as the films we watch. This week host Wyndham Jennings dives into the mental machinations of the 1975 horror thriller, Psychic Kil ...
Celluloid Fever Dreams (Trailer)
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