Halloween (1978) ushered in a deluge of slasher films, but when John Carpenter created Michael Myers a horror icon was born that continues to terrify teenage babysitters to this day. Almost 30 years later a new, unique voice in horror in Rob Zombie would come along to remake Halloween (2007) for a brand new audience in his dark vision. Now Invasion of the Remake puts on there slightly soiled William Shatner masks and sees which version will be rule Halloween.
Before you go trick or treating give your friends a treat by telling them about the podcast. We're not a lone hard caramel at the bottom of the bag, no, we're the full sized chocolate bar you want to devour first and you can do that on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, Player FM, Tune In Radio, Audioboom, Blubrry, and all the best podcast providers.
What are our Invaders watching for the Halloween season. We want to know your horror. You can do that on our social media.
Twitter: @InvasionRemake (use #AllTheHorror to tell us what you are watching)
Facebook: Invasion of the Remake
If you are listening to us on iTunes please leave us a review and a 5-star rating. You'll be helping out the show grow and get more "earballs" on it. And whatever you do, stay safe on Halloween by punching a creepy clown in the face.
Invasion of the Remake does not endorse hitting creepy clowns in the face, but we won't tell anyone if you do.