Bob Pastorella joins us to talk about 1981's THE HAND. We discuss true ambiguity in a film, loss of connection to art, loss of control, mental health cycles and changes in stigma, and Michael Caine being Michael Caine.
We (jokingly) celebrate 666,666 downloads by discussing SCROOGED. We're looking at Reaganomics, the television industry, video stores, visits from ghosts, and the Christmases we'd each want to visit again.
Daniel Barnett joins us to talk I SAW THE DEVIL. We're looking at revenge and the inevitability that it can never fully satisfy. characters we don't feel bad for, absolute torture, and who the real monster is.
Dr. Andrew Scahill joins us to talk about PSYCHO GOREMAN. We're looking at independent women gone wrong, impulse control, controlling others, cops who don't have time to remember their training and more.
Vincent V. Cava stops by to talk about PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. We talked red pillers, female characters with agency, and how long it takes to saw a chandelier chain. We compared versions of the story and heard Don's "Radio Voice."
Throughout the month of October 2020, we looked at each episode of The Simpsons’ Treehouse of Horror! Now they made us do it again. Episode 32 features THIS SIDE OF PARASITE, NIGHTMARE ON ELM TREE, and DEAD RINGER
Thomas Brungardt joins us to discuss the 90th anniversary of FRANKENSTEIN. We’re looking at being the outsider, searching for acceptance, mob mentality, xenophobia, the line between science and nature.
Director Natasha Kermani and author @HightowerLaurel join us to talk LUCKY. We're looking at the horrors women deal, toxic relationships, random threats, exhaustion, the will to fight back and how men can actually help. (Short story antholo