10/13/2010 10:11 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Cinefantastique Podcast: My Soul to Take

A confluence of events -- including sudden, debilitating illness; faulty recording software; and, yes, the Los Angeles bus system -- has conspired to delay the release of this week's episode. But Steve Biodrowski, Lawrence French, and Dan Persons have rallied their forces, girded their loins, and written stern letters to the manufacturers of the PrettyMay recorder and the L.A. MTA, and have managed to see their way through to this belated but energetic episode.

So what's up? Well, writer-director Wes Craven returns to the horror genre with My Soul to Take, and the Cinefantastique Podcast is there to examine the results. Join Dan, Lawrence, and Steve as they delve deeply into the terrors of the Riverton Ripper, whose soul may have returned in the body of one of the 7 children born on the night of the police gunned down the killer. Also, a fond farewell to director Roy Ward Baker, who helmed such cult and classic films as Quatermas and the Pit (aka 5 Million Years to Earth), The Vampire Lovers, and Asylum.


Check out previous episodes of the CFQ Podcast

v1n34 - Let Me In
v1n33 - Never Let Me Go
v1n32 - Devil

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