149 - Swamp Thing (1982)
148 - A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
147 - Carnivàle (2003)
146 - Hell House (2001) w/Chris Brown
145 - King Kong (1933)
144 - Dark Shadows (2012)
143 - Blood Feast (1963)
142 - Possession (1981)
141 - Army of Darkness (1993) w/Alex Steed
140 - Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) w/Dan McCoy
139 - Chopping Mall (1986)
138 - Black Roses (1988) w/Brie Williams
137 - Gremlins (1984)
136 - Wake in Fright (1971)
135 - The Beyond (1983) w/Sarah Maria Griffin
134 - Re-Animator (1985)
133 - Trilogy of Terror (1975)
132 - Blood Quantum (2019)
131 - The Black Phone (2021)
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the book series the raven cycle has a character that can pull things out of his dreams
I just thought Peter was in shock
I really enjoyed this movie 🤷
This was one hell of a movie and next week's movie is an oddly great fitting for a double feature. Super excited to see what Jeffery thinks of it!
I had to stop listening to go watch this, 100% no regrets, awesome movie.
There is a lot of stuff from the books (Light Novel & Manga) that gets glossed over in this film, but "Rambo" is back because he was so beat up after winning his Battle Royale the previous year that he was held back a grade due to missed days/poor grades... talk about the worst school system to be held back in.
I am begging you guys to watch Folding Ideas' YouTube video on Annihilation.
>It's ep 69. ....NICE .
White libs really think saying "white people" every ten minutes is a personality. 🤦♀️
Not everyone gets into their hobbies to impress others. It may introduce you to it but that's different.
Non-incels say "normie"?
lol what?! These kids just ran a guy over and you really think they would take time to sit and think about their privilege?
Why do we have to touch each other? Why do Americans and Brits need to change our cultural preferences and be like others? I do not want to be grabbed and caressed and kissed every 3 minutes. That sounds like a nightmare lol. There's definitely an undercurrent of prude shaming to this weird "People aren't allowed to have their own space and not hug strangers!!!" take. Imagine if Westerners went around telling South Americans their PDA is unhealthy and indicates lack of boundaries or low self esteem or something. We'd get roasted alive
Minority characters and women don't need to make their whole race/sex/etc their whole identity. That's poor representation. Kind of surprised these 2 of all people would think so.
I was listening to episode 4 and you were discussing the use of puppets and it reminded me of a scene in Repo! the Genetic Opera where the RepoMan is singing and uses the victim as a puppet to do the echos. That movie is scary in the way it plays with genetics, cosmetic surgeries, and the gore.
It's been literally years since I've watched Ginger Snaps. I think I'm gonna go watch it real quick then come right back. I've done that with a few of the movies that I've felt I needed a refresher on and I'm so glad it really enhanced not only the movie but made the podcast so much more funny and enlightening and like we were all just sitting around bs'ing in the living room together. Toking.
How do you define grind house??? TARANTINO!!
Got to back you up on something, so you were talking about smart performers to play dumb characters. I've never had this proved to me more than Phoebe from Friends. It's been many years since I used to watch Friends but I clearly recall detesting Phoebe and shallowly I admit this transferred over to the actress herself. Since that time I have seen the actress do benefits, do interviews, I've seen her speak about things she believes in stands for represents. She is very intelligent, open-minded, and progressive! I really love her and I also saw her play a character where again she was a little bit of a airhead but in that way exactly like you're talking about right now. I could tell that it was calculated down to the very way she tipped her head and bounced it off her shoulder pad it took a lot of work, a lot of thinking and a lot of preparing. and it changed everything I ever thought about her or anybody else that plays these kind of roles. I had to really stop and think about what I was seeing and review it and I started to see what you're saying exactly. That's my two cents worth and my complete backing of what you're laying out again love your show
hi. 54 yr. trans male. " repack the bowl" my life story. love the show keep up the good work! based on things I've heard you say and a couple of times since you've dropped your age ranges , I'm sure you get what I mean.
Hey you guys LOVE your podcast! I've been listening non-stop since I found you guys about 3 days ago you might want to think or do a little shout out for 11:59 media that's how I found you guys. I know this is a older episode but it's too irresistible not to share with you one thing. The fear of clowns I think that's been going on since way before us and you did sort of say that but it wasn't quite John Wayne Gacy or Stephen King that claims the fame of original nightmare clown (real life) going to have to go back a little bit further. Look up Joseph Grimaldi. I'd love to hear from you both