Episode from the podcastThe Curators of Horror

The Antagonist - It Follows (2014) vs. The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

Released Thursday, 30th July 2020
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Hosts: Emrys and Katie

Guest: David

In our Twenty-First episode we meet David, who loves horror movies and also thinks horror movies are stupid. 

We’re legally an adult in podcast years, we live in a tiny home, we have fun with aluminium, we learn to knit, Johns Carpenter an Hughes have a movie baby, we learn that sex makes babies, we question the electrical outlets around the swimming pool, we enjoy the spooky scary soundtrack, we learn not to cut open our actor until the last take, we ask shouldn’t they be wearing masks, we question the motivation, we fail the sexy lamp test, we check we’re dead and we also discuss the movies It Follows and The Autopsy of Jane Doe.

It Follows (2014) Time stamp: 22:46
Written & Directed by: David Robert Mitchell
Where to watch:
US: Stream on Roku
UK: Stream on BBC iPlayer, Shudder
Buy & Rent from Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, Google, YouTube

The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) Time Stamp: 42:10
Directed by: André Øvredal
Written by: Ian Goldberg
Where to watch:
US: Stream on Netflix, Sling
UK: Buy & Rent from Apple, Amazon, Google, YouTube, Microsoft

SPOILER WARNING: We will discuss the plot of these movies in full, so if you haven’t seen them, pause this podcast, watch them, then come right on back. 

We also discuss the following:
Films - Young Frankenstein, Frankenstein, The Wolfman, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Paranormal Activity, The Babadook, The Strangers, The Exorcist, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, The Lighthouse, Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Ghostbusters, Jaws, Psycho.
TV Shows: The Adams Family, Little Britain, Stranger Things, Law & Order.
Book: Past Mortems by Carla Valentine.
Podcast: Smut & Sensibility
Instagram: @curatorsofhorror
Email: [email protected]

Produced and Edited by: Emrys
Recorded remotely using: SquadCast
Opening Music: Tiffany Hern 
Closing Music: Spooky Scherzo by Sam Fonteyn