Episode 157: Don Coscarelli


This month the Director's Club takes a Phantasmic journey through the films of director Don Coscarelli. Coming from the "New Wave of Horror", Coscarelli combined abtract nightmare imagery, a youthful small-town generosity, and an iconic imposing prescence of a Tall Man to create his legendary horror movie "Phantasm", which has become a series unique in the personal touches from its creator and his friends over 25 years. We look at the fascinating qualities of each filim in the series, as well as his other notable films like "Survival Quest", "John Dies at the End", and "Bubba Ho-Tep" (which may be the most insightful look at the King of Rock 'n' Roll on film!)

7:57 "Phantasm" (Theme from "Phantasm", Fred Myrow and Malcolm Seagrave)
36:14 "The Beastmaster" ("The Number of the Beast", Iron Maiden)
47:34 "Phantasm II" ("Ballbreaker", AC/DC)
1:04:06 "Survival Quest" ("Fight to Survive", White Lion)
1:13:25 "Phantasm III" ("Ball Crusher", Steppenwolf)
1:25:47 "Phantasm IV" ("Ball and Biscuit", The White Stripes)
1:39:13 "Bubba Ho-Tep" ("The King's Highway", Brian Tyler)
2:01:20 "John Dies at the End" ("The Beginning Is The End Is The
Beginning", The Smashing Pumpkins)
2:13:46 "Phantasm V" ("The Passage of Time", The Orb)