Deliberations of Doom – Episode 14 – 90’s Horror Part One

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The Doom Patrol decided it was time to take a look at some of the more underappreciated horror films from the 1990s. And, of course, it took two shows. Starting out with a fan recommendation (give us more!) we dive into darkness. As is our wont.

    


2 thoughts on “Deliberations of Doom – Episode 14 – 90’s Horror Part One”

  1. I love Ravenous. Every once in a while when I’m surfing the web or something I’ll look up the soundtrack on youtube. It is truly haunting and unnerving and unique as hell. I remember when ads started coming on TV and Neal McDonough (underrated as hell) was standing in the frozen river naked and screaming and Jeremy Davis screaming “HE WAS LICKING ME!!!” I knew that this was something I needed in my life.

    Jacob’s Ladder is a masterpiece and I can’t add to what you said already.
    Day of the Beast I don’t know but I want to.
    And for the listener suggestion I like to throw Absentia in as a possibility. I think that is one that deserves a conversation and recognition. Plus it was shot for only $70k so the Summers brothers should automatically love it.

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