Welcome back to Hero Hero Ghost Show! So, apologies for the delay in getting the latest episode to you, but scheduling and life conspired to derail us for a couple of weeks. We’re back with a vengeance, however. This time around, Kiss the Goat and Screen Kings host Jeffrey X Martin joins us to discuss the 1977 classic (?) Hausu. Most times when you wonder how a movie got made, it’s due to the inherent awfulness of the film. In the case of Hausu, it’s a minor miracle. Hausu is weird, free-wheeling haunted house hijinx, and, in the spirit of the movie itself, we discuss the strangeness of the film’s plot, how a movie like this DID get made, subtle allegories involving rooms filled with blood and young girls, the downside of witch-cat ownership and whether or not Eddie Deezen was in Midnight Madness. Can you place all the references dropped in this episode?
Opening Song: Devil’s Party by Crossfaith
Closing Song: Neo-Japanese Heroine by exist’trace
See you next week for Kuroneko with Duncan McLeish of The Podcast Under the Stairs and Chronicle!