57 min

Elvira: Mistress of the Dark The Monster She Wrote Podcast

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In this 1988 horror comedy, Cassandra Peterson plays her best known role, the Gothic horror host queen, Elvira. In this film (which was co-written by Peterson), Elvira must move to a conservative small town in Massachusetts in order to take care of the affairs of a recently deceased aunt. Elvira’s scandalous ways soon shake up the town, and not everyone wants--including the evil Chastity Pariah--wants her around. Join us as we discuss the movie classic Elvira: Mistress of the Dark.
Recommended in this episode: LulaRich, Malignant, and Vivien Chien's Noodle Shop Mysteries
Up Next: "The Eight People Who Murdered Me (Excerpted from Lucy Westenra’s Diary)” by Gwendolyn Kiste
Please rate and review us, or better yet, tell a friend. 
Our social media is @MonsterWrote on Twitter and Instagram. Our email is monsterwrote@gmail.com. This episode was produced and researched by Lisa and Mel. Theme music is “Misconception” by Nicolas Gasparini, used with permission. 
 

In this 1988 horror comedy, Cassandra Peterson plays her best known role, the Gothic horror host queen, Elvira. In this film (which was co-written by Peterson), Elvira must move to a conservative small town in Massachusetts in order to take care of the affairs of a recently deceased aunt. Elvira’s scandalous ways soon shake up the town, and not everyone wants--including the evil Chastity Pariah--wants her around. Join us as we discuss the movie classic Elvira: Mistress of the Dark.
Recommended in this episode: LulaRich, Malignant, and Vivien Chien's Noodle Shop Mysteries
Up Next: "The Eight People Who Murdered Me (Excerpted from Lucy Westenra’s Diary)” by Gwendolyn Kiste
Please rate and review us, or better yet, tell a friend. 
Our social media is @MonsterWrote on Twitter and Instagram. Our email is monsterwrote@gmail.com. This episode was produced and researched by Lisa and Mel. Theme music is “Misconception” by Nicolas Gasparini, used with permission. 
 

57 min