The Dogcast: Some “Suspense” for your old radio pleasure!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with some classic tales of “Suspense from the wonderful world of old radio. This is in honor of “Barbarian” a terrific thriller that is currently playing in theaters (you can read the review here). “Suspense” was one of the most successful dramas in radio history, running from the early 1940s to the 1960s. Major film stars often appeared on the program, often doing work that differed from their onscreen personas. Here we have a couple of “Suspense” episodes from the forties. One is a version of “The Most Dangerous Game” from 1943 and then we have the classic “House In Cypress Canyon” from 1946. “Cypress Canyon” is a true chiller, something to tide you over until Halloween. Enjoy and feel free to comment here or on my Facebook page! So Sayeth The Kendog!

Suspense – The Most Dangerous Game – 9/23/1943
Suspense – House In Cypress Canyon – 12/05/1946

Dog’s Movie House: “Barbarian” a wild, entertainly creepy horror flick!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at one of the most original horror films to come down the pike in recent memory! It’s called “Barbarian” and it stars Gerogina Campbell as Tess, a young woman who comes to an Airbnb in Detroit for a job interview only to find that a booking mistake as led to her involunatarily sharing the house with a young man named Keith (Bill Skarsgard, Pennywise himself). The two agree to share the home until they get things worked out and even become friendly. But the strange noises in the night and the discovery of a warren of underground passages underneath the house lead the two to make several discoveries, all of which lead to a series of horrifying and bonkers events you have to see to believe!

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