Friendly Film Perspectives: “The Wicker Man” (1973) *NSFW*

Hosts Sergio Berrueta and Matthew Reveles continue their journey through the Five Stages of Horror for the “Mystery” stage with 1973’s “The Wicker Man.” The duo enter the island of Summerisle to talk about the battle of religious views, the chilling music, apples, and foreskin.
The host also talk about their favorite Treehouse of Horror segments in the opener. 

Find Matthew @ ohheylookatthatthing.tumblr.com

Find Sergio @ Twitter.com/SergBeret & sergberettumbles.tumblr.com

The Wicker Man is copyright of British Lion Holdings Ltd. and Canal+ Group © 1973 British Lion Films.
Buy it from Amazon: http://amzn.com/B00G3DA63Y

Music Featured:
“Tennis Court” (Instrumental) by Lorde © 2013 Universal Music NZ Ltd.
“Theme from The Outer Limits” © 1963 MGM Studios
“The Landlord’s Daughter” by Paul Giovanni & Magnet © 1973 Trunk Records
“Rollin at 5,″ “Night of Chaos” & “Theme for Harold (Var. 2)” by Kevin McLeod from Incomptech.com

Video Footage Used:
“King Kong,” “Dracula,” “The Wolf Man,” “Frankenstein,” “The Bride of Frankenstein,” “Creature from the Black Lagoon,” “The Invisible Man,” “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” “An American Werewolf in London,” “Shaun of the Dead” © Universal Pictures
“Surspria” © 1977 Seda Spettacoli
“Dead Alive” & “The Cabin in the Woods” © Lionsgate
“Tucker and Dale vs. Evil” © 2010 Magnolia Pictures
“Zombieland” © 2009 Columbia Pictures
“The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XXIV” © 2013 Fox Broadcasting Company
“The Wicker Man” © 1973 British Lion Holdings Ltd. & Canal+ Group
“The Wicker Man” © 2006 Warner Bros. Pictures

No copyright infringement intended.

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