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Colors of the Dark

FANGORIA Podcast Network
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FANGORIA has teamed up with some of the leading horror genre experts to bring you COLORS OF THE DARK. Join hosts Dr. Rebekah McKendry (professor, Fangoria, writer-director) and Elric Kane (professor, Pure Cinema Podcast, filmmaker) as they take a deep look at the horror genre. Each show explores a specific part of horror history, key players, franchises, deep cut titles, important films, and interviews with some of the genres’ biggest icons. COLORS OF THE DARK PODCAST is presented by the FANGORIA Podcast Network.


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Latest Episodes

On Episode 40 of Fangoria’s COLORS OF THE DARK Elric and Bekah reunite to catch up on new films NOPE, CRIMES OF THE FUTURE, YOU WON’T BE ALONE, UMMA and from FANTASIA – SISSY & SWALLOWED. The duo then list some of their favorite ROAD TRIP horrors aft... more

6 days ago

This week, Rebekah is joined by shark film experts Josh Miller and Stephen Scarlata (co-hosts of the Best Movies Never Made Podcast). They take a deep dive into the rise of 1970s animal attack films, including JAWS, as well as the sub-sequent tidal w... more

20 days ago

Bekah’s Back: A Brief Catch-up and Chatting with Effects Make-up Extraordinaire Doug Morrow more

a month ago


4.7 out of 5 stars from 425 ratings
  • I'd have to put the Zach Snyder remake of Dawn Of The Dead in my top 10 horror remakes. Can't believe you didn't go with it.

    3 months ago
  • Yes! As a new horror nerd, this show is splendid in every way

    Can’t say enough good things about these two hosts and their dynamic together. I love the topics and ideas for each show, the interviews, the initial banter and new film reviews. It’s a near-perfect mix of fandom and analysis that I am happy I’ve just discovered. You should too!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Always look forward to new episodes

    Listening to Rebekah and Elric is always a highlight of my day when new episodes drop. Been listening since the killer pov days.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Love the show, but for the love of God...

    Elric: STOP interrupting Rebekah. She'll be talking about something really interesting and you can hear her building to a point, and every time he crashes in and steamrolls her to inject his perspective or some factoid over what has now become a speck of what should have been her larger point. It makes the listening experience jarring and completely wrecks the flow. When Elric talks, it's uninterrupted. You hear the complete thought. It's a shame to his doesn't happen with Rebekah. A conversatio... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 months ago
  • Honestly the best

    I love this show so much. I get so many recommendations I would not have otherwise known about. Thank you. Keep up the good work.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 months ago

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