If you listened to our Class of 1987 episode of Corpse Club, you heard us gush about the abundance of great horror films to come out that year, but the entire decade is a golden era for the genre, particularly for first-time directors just beginning their filmmaking careers. From Camp Crystal Lake to the creepy confines of Hill House, the new episode of Corpse Club takes a look back at some of the most memorable horror/thriller feature film debuts to come out of the ’80s.
In the latest "Horrigins" installment of Corpse Club, co-hosts Patrick Bromley and Heather Wixson each select their top five favorite ’80s film debuts from directors who began their careers in the horror and thriller genres with movies like Night of the Creeps, Friday the 13th Part 2, Sleepaway Camp, Clue, and many more. So, make sure there isn't a severed head in your fridge, check your front doorstep for singing telegrams, and then sit back and enjoy the eerie, entertaining, and educational conversations of another episode of Corpse Club.
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