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90s Indie Horror Night coming to ‘The Last Drive-In’

Plus, a pair of indie horror icons!

The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs is about to finish another season and this week’s episode should be a fun one. This Friday is 90s Indie Horror Night which should bring back some fond memories. There are a lot of good genre films to choose from. Will fans get to see Wishmaster? Or will Joe Bob go with Cronenberg again and show eXistenZ? Is it time for Dee Snyder’s Strangeland?

This week will also add to the impressive list of guest that have come to the show. The Last Drive-In  will celebrate 90s Indie Horror night with special guest, producer, director, mogul and renowned B-movie showman Charles Band (Full Moon Features), and writer, actor and director Larry Fessenden. Both have spent many years working in genre cinema and it will be interesting to hear their takes.

What is your favorite 1990s indie horror film? Do you hope to see one of your faves or a movie you have never heard of before? Whatever Joe Bob shows, he will add in the trademark with and knowledge that have made The Last Drive-In so popular.

The Last Drive-In airs on Shudder every Friday

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