Two Kellys you say? Well yes, that’s exactly what you’re getting with the latest Shock Talk episode on Our Bloody Obsession. Kelly Gredner and I have been keen to make sure we bring some amazing guests on to the podcast so we continued with Kelly’s theme of ‘Shock Talk’ where we invite a guest to discuss one of their favourite extreme horror films, within the sub-genre of our season theme.

Kelly was joined by horror journalist Kelly McNeely to discuss one of the most disturbing found footage horror films, Lex Ortega’s Atroz (2018). This is a film that even I find difficult to sit through so be warned that the film and the discussion are triggering!

Shock Talk: Cannibal Holocaust with Martin Trafford Our Bloody Obsession

We're back for another Shock Talk episode! This time Zoë is joined by Martin Trafford, creator of disturbing, extreme & gory underground horror artwork for the likes of Marian Dora, Jorg Buttgereit and Jonathan Doe. And Martin brought a classic extreme movie to the table with none other than Ruggero Deodato's Cannibal Holocaust (1980). They look at how it incited censorship across the world, which animal death is the worst (🐢 or 🐒) and how this film has become a part of history. Listen for the full discussion! You can follow Martin on Instagram or TikTok, or you can grab a copy of Martin's latest *coffee* table book, Hung, Drawn and Slaughtered: The Underground Art of Martin Trafford – the perfect xmas gift… Don't forget to like, subscribe and share this gorecast with your nastiest friends! You can follow Our Bloody Obsession on Twitter and Instagram or join our Facebook group. Want to know the hosts more? Then you can follow Venal and Zobo to discover just how messed up their movie tastes are. Podcast logo by Martin Trafford  Theme music by Emanuele Bellini  
  1. Shock Talk: Cannibal Holocaust with Martin Trafford
  2. FOUND FOOTAGE: The Poughkeepsie Tapes
  3. SHOCK TALK: Atroz with Kelly McNeely
  4. FOUND FOOTAGE: Megan Is Missing and A Perfect Child of Satan
  5. Introducing… Our Bloody Obsession: A Gorecast for the Extreme

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