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Quackcast 345 - Horror no horror

ozoneocean at 12:00AM, Oct. 24, 2017

- Cover image from horror short Little Matthew

Does a horror film without the horror still make sense? If it does then it's probably a really good film… that's what we're talking about in this Halloween themed month! The idea was based on a recent newspost by Banes. We also tapped the massive resource that is Banes for our cover image, which comes from a horror short by Bane's film director brother. Check it out, the link is down bellow. That film, Little Matthew, is a good example of the topic… I won't spoil it, but the scenario and the setup of the film could work just as well without the horror part. The characters are believable and you want to know more about them, this helps you start to care about them, which makes the advent of the horror scenes more effective. In the Quackcast we chat about that, examples that fit the model and possible exceptions.

This week Gunwallce has given us the theme to Pulse Comics. It's Creepy, creepy pulsing electronica, like the burrring, burning and zapping sounds of industrial lasers and mechanical robot arms moving in precise, regular rhythm with delicate movements in a vast, echoing fully automated factory of the future.

Topics and shownotes

Featured comic:
Adventures with Captn Heroic -

Little Matthew - a film by Bane's brother -

Banes's newspost on horror minus the horror

Special thanks to:
Gunwallace -
PitFace -
Banes -
Tantz Aerine -
Ozoneocean -

Featured music:
Pulse Comics -, by Lightfoot, rated T.



Lightfoot at 2:01AM, Nov. 6, 2017

Wow! Thanks for the theme music! I don't know anything about music, but it's probably way more complex to make something than I could even imagine. Is the music file by itself anywhere? I could listen to it when I make new pages.

ozoneocean at 6:08PM, Oct. 26, 2017

Banes' little brother is pretty amazing!

ejb at 4:36PM, Oct. 25, 2017

Oh, I totally agree. What a creepy, fun short.

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:36AM, Oct. 25, 2017

My goodness, Banes, that Little Matthew film was wickedly frightening!

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