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Halloween Retrospective #3: Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

A special, extra-long, extra-in-depth podcast about the reviled non-sequel turned cult classic, which we’ve been working on for some time.

As part of their series of discussions about every single film in the Halloween franchise in 2018, Howard and Dan recorded a chat with returning Halloween review guests, Steve Timms and Spider-Dan, and you can hear that in this episode.  But also in 2018, uber-Halloween III fan Dave Moore held a fan screening of the film in Bury, Lancashire, UK.  Dan was present to talk to Dave about his love for the film and his merchandise collection, and to talk with a group of fans after the screening about their reactions to seeing the film again on the big screen, and this episode presents those discussions too.

Plus, the show is bookended by a new 2020 chat between Kirsty and Dan, picking out some horror recommendations from UK TV and streaming services, and shining a light on a remarkable new short ‘lockdown horror’ film, currently available to watch for free online, from director Rob Savage.

If you go to our home on YouTube, the Ambidextrous Solutions Limited channel, you can see a short video showing highlights from the screening discussion and from Dave’s Halloween III collection.

All soundtrack clips are used for the purposes of criticism, in the spirit of Fair Dealing (UK law) and Fair Use (US law).  No copyright infringement is intended.

Related links:

Steve Timms’ film articles and fiction at Storgy Magazine

Steve Timms’ Etsy store

Spider-Dan & the Secret Bores podcast

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