Stephanie is frightened by scary movies, and Jack thinks that's hilarious (he’s maybe a little scared too). But as dedicated film lovers, they’re setting out to fill in this blank spot in their viewographies. Together they will dive deep into the genre of horror and find some laughs in-between the screams.
Episode 17 - Insidious
Jack and Stephanie go back into the Wan-iverse as they are haunted by 2010’s Insidious. Stephanie talks about her love for the red-faced demon’s “chaotic energy” and Jack tries to figure out what James Wan’s deal is.
Episode 16 - The Cabin in the Woods
A horror podcast about a horror movie about other horror movies? Stephanie and Jack sacrifice 35 minutes to talk about 2012’s meta horror Mutant Enemy joint, The Cabin in the Woods. We focus on Thor’s pecs, giant snakes, and Fornicus, Lord of Bondage and Pain.
Episode 15 - A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
We’re starting the new year off with an artsy noir Persian Horror Western Vampire flick, Ana Lily Amirpour’s 2014 A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. We focus on amazing cat acting and one character’s sweet sweet ride. Plus, Stephanie explains her desire to become a vampire.
Episode 14 - Black Christmas
Stephanie and Jack find out the call is coming from inside the house! A holiday special with 1974’s Black Christmas. Plus a little extra stocking stuffer with end of the year picks for best killer, kill, setting, and final girl.
Episode 13 - Last House on the Left
Jack and Stephanie take a look at Wes Craven's first and most edgelord film, 1972’s Last House on the Left. We contemplate the raw animal power of Krug Stillo and wonder why two groovy chicks in the Lower East Side had no idea how to score weed.
Episode 12 - An American Werewolf in London
Stephanie and Jack howl about a horror-comedy classic, An American Werewolf in London. Should you date your nurse? What do you do when your best friend is a meatloaf?
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Long derided as a vehicle for quality cinema, the horror genre, here, finally gets the deconstruction and incisive discussion it has long deserved. Two thumbs up—way up—for this artisanal pod craft. Nonpareil.
Verrrry Spooky! With lots of laughs!
If you like movies and you like to laugh, this is a great podcast! Stephanie may admittedly hate horror, but both her and Jack make it fun to listen along as they delve into scary movies!