Speaking of focus, One of Us and the Incompetent Movie Commentary opt to cover a variety of genres rather than just on horror. But if you only want commentaries for 80’s and 90’s horror movies, just head on over to Slasher Studios. F This Movie! has uploaded many free commentary tracks onto the Internet Archive, but the one they recorded for Sleepaway Camp stands out for being their very first one. It also stands out for the sheer amount of profanities uttered over the course of it! BloodbathsAndBoomsticks may only have a commentary track for Spookies at this time, but it’s well worth checking out!
CraveOnline managed to get Child’s Play creator Don Mancini to record his thoughts on the ventriloquist dummy classic that is Magic and Laser Time has their own twisted look at Gremlins ready for you.
Sadly, free downloadable commentaries are becoming harder to find these days, as many are either charging money for commentaries or only making them available in streaming form. Thankfully, the streaming commentaries are still free (at least for now). The Weekly Planet lets you stream their commentary on Jurassic Park to see if you would be interested in purchasing it for future use, as is the case with the commentary track for A Nightmare on Elm Street by Red Letter Media. Remember the audio movie H.P. Lovecraft’s The Dunwich Horror I reviewed awhile back? You can stream the official commentary through a series of videos on its similarly official Facebook page.
Since this probably going to be the final installment of this particular series, here’s the complete list of past installments:
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