Extreme Cinema! “Enough Is Never Enough”


Tonight, we discuss two certified Larry Cohen horror classics, Q: The Winged Serpent from 1982, and The Stuff, released in 1985.  An incredibly prolific writer and director, Larry Cohen would make Special Effects and Perfect Strangers before producing what many would regard as his masterpiece in The Stuff  also starring Moriarty (kind of an alter-ego for Cohen, appearing in four of his movies).  Before Q, he had written for television (notably Columbo, Branded – which he created, and The Rat Patrol), directed a pair of black exploitation movies, as well as the classic horror movies, It’s Alive and God Told Me To.  

Written by David Lawler and Andrew La Ganke.
“Love Theme from Extreme Cinema” composed and performed by Alex Saltz.
Introduction written by Bronwyn Knox.
Narrator, “The Voice”: Valerie Sachs

Between Light And Shadow (A Twilight Zone podcast with Craig Beam)

Running Time: 1:26:37

Physical Impossibility Interview with Larry Cohen

Misantropey Interview with Larry Cohen

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This podcast is dedicated to the memory of David A. Prior (1955-2015)

One response to “Extreme Cinema! “Enough Is Never Enough””

  1. […] as the classic horror movies, It’s Alive and God Told Me To.  Be sure to give my podcast, “Extreme Cinema” a listen as Andrew and I review Cohen’s Q and The […]


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