It’s October so R.A. the Rugged Man invades the Halloween Adventure store in Manhattan to peruse costumes and talk horror flicks. The lunatic film critic touches on the under appreciated aspect of Hitchcock’s Psycho (how it revolutionized the use of toilets in scary movies), spoils the ending to the dope ’80s action thriller Wanted: Dead Or Alive starring Rutger Hauer and Gene Simmons of KISS, and notes the influence that Fritz Lang’s M had on the Freddy Krueger Nightmare on Elm Street story. Oh, yeah, he also mentions the killer baby movie from the ’70s, It’s Alive . As a kid, that was some scary-ass shit, for real.
[Props to Nah Right ]