On October 2, at 6:45 AM mass murderer Horace Pinker was put to death. Now, he's really mad.

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Podcast Release Date:
Oct 31, 2015

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Wes Craven was horror royalty in the late 80’s, having created such classics as Last House on the Left, The Hills Have Eyes, and, of course, A Nightmare on Elm Street — the film that created the marketed and merchandised murderer Freddy Kruger. So in 1989 fans were anxious for Craven’s next film — Shocker, the story of mass murderer Horace Pinker. The movie was an obvious attempt to recreate Freddy’s success, but Shocker failed to electrify audiences but found a cult following on video. Now, thanks to your Kickstarter pledges, the hosts and writers of Now Playing Podcast revisit Shocker. So jump in your Voltswagon and take a listen!

This podcast is not available for general download. It was made as a “thank you” reward for supporters of Now Playing Podcast’s Kickstarter campaign to publish the book: Underrated Movies We Recommend.

Movie Details

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Wes Craven
1 h 49 min
Release Date
27 October 1989
After being sent to the electric chair, a serial killer uses electricity to come back from the dead and carry out his vengeance on the football player who turned him in to the police.

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