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Now displaying: February, 2016
Feb 24, 2016

Christian and Ian went out into the wood and found 2 guests to join them on this podcast. For the new film review, we finally get to discuss the New England folktale, THE WITCH, our most anticipated film of the year. For our segment we have Eric Madsen (of The Flicksation Podcast) share his earliest horror memories by telling his Horrigin Story. Finally, Eric brought a Movie from the Crypt with him, the 1988 campy anatomy doll move, PIN. During this episode we also get creeped out by the term for "fear of dolls," discuss the logistics of medical dummy sex, and ponder the effect a crop top wearing Johnny Depp can have on impressionable, young movie watchers. 

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Feb 17, 2016

Christian and Ian are back to travel back in time (to 1955 and the 1800s) and discuss horror movies. For our new film review we discuss the zombie treatment of a literary classic, PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES, and how successful it is at injecting genre tropes into the romance story. Inspired by that new film, our Thrill List this episode has us running down our Top 3 Bookish Horror Movies. Finally, our Movie from the Crypt is the 1955 classic, DIABOLIQUE, which was fun to discuss because we got to say a lot of French names. This episode features complaints and clarifications about the titles of movies, discussion about how weird it is to give a Bible to a child, and shared doubts about how many of the P&P&Z filmmakers are probably not real people. 

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