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Customer Reviews

Strong Start

These two guys are taking a stab (pun intended) at a genre in which not a lot of pod-casters have dedicated themselves to. The first two episodes are great listens and I look forward to all future shows!

Yellow! Hello! Hello!

If you know what Giallo is then you should probably listen to this podcast. Creep, Erik, and Chris chat about all of the great and stylish 60s & 70s Italian murder mystery flicks. The ladies are sexy, the hands are black-gloved, the whisky's J&B, and the banter is great.

Give it a listen if you don't want a mysterious man in a black trench coat to slit your throat with a straight razor.

Fun and Enticing

I looked up Giallo Ciao! Ciao! after hearing Justin mention it on The Hysteria Continues, and after seven podcasts, I'm tempted to subscribe. It's almost like sitting in a room discussing movies with people who aren't overly knowledgable about movies but have an enthusiasm for them.

The bulk of the podcasts have consisted of Creep Creepersin summarizing the movies, with some input from Phantom Erik and music from the respective movie playing in the background. My biggest complaint so far is that the podcast is almost entirely Creep Creepersin. Phantom Erik either needs to talk more or the show needs another host who does more than play Ed McMahon to Creepersin's Johnny Carson. The show could be better, but for now it's good enough to become my latest podcast obsession.

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