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House (1977) – Podcast Episode 3


It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, but I was so inspired by watching Nobuhiko Obayashi’s House that I decided to reboot my podcast! Well, it’s not so much a reboot as it is a sequel. But whatever you want to call it, I hope you’ll join me for the long-awaited (for me at least) third episode of The Last Theater on the Left Podcast!

In this episode, I discuss a movie I recently watched for the first time and can’t stop thinking about, 1977’s House! This film has gotten a lot of praise and has been called “crazy” and “incomprehensible” by many reviewers, but I think most of the commentary I’ve seen online, even though it might be positive and well-meaning, misses the point of this fabulously wild Japanese horror movie. Listen as I dig into the deeper meaning behind the frenetic visuals of House and try to get people to view it from a different perspective. Yes, it’s a crazy movie, but it’s so much more than that. It’s crazy for a purpose, and I think it’s brilliant.

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Episode 3 – House

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Show Summary:
0:00 – Reintroduction to the podcast
8:39 – Review and analysis of House
44:51 – Movie recommendations inspired by House
52:29 – Outro and plugs
Total Run Time: 54:24

Theme music: “Rising Game” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Thanks for listening! I’ll be working to get the show up on iTunes and in other places soon, but in the meantime, let me know what you think of House! Did I change your mind about anything? Am I just thinking about it too hard? Let me know here or over on Facebook and Twitter!

And while you’re here, check out my written review of House!
House (1977) – Review


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