Saturday Frights Podcast – Episode 027 (Nightmares – Bishop of Battle)

Welcome back friends to the Saturday Frights Podcast! Each podcast my co-host, the Projectionist and I will discuss a particular horror movie or horror themed TV episode from the Retroist Vault. This time we picked the second segment of the 1983 film Nightmares entitled “Bishop of Battle”. We talk about the notable cast and crew and the Projectionist has brought along some vintage Drive-In ads from the Philip Cary library.

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  1. I remember an old post about this film – and I mentioned that the arcade is still there. Digging back to the post I found this street view I took.

    Since that post, I have visited the arcade and I have pics somewhere from my visit. For anyone who’s been down on Broadway in DTLA, it’s an odd place but I love it. The arcade is a total dive with a pool hall in the back.

  2. Did you find J.J. trapped in any of the machines by chance, Patrick?

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