Jen and Tim note the peculiar similarities between an episode of an obscure British horror anthology and Darren Aronofsky’s debut (NOT Life of Pi!!!!!). Also, Jen seizes an opportunity to talk about Rowdy Roddy Piper.
Mike Rosen joins Jen and Tim to discuss that movie you really liked as a kid and then revisited as an adult and realized it wasn’t that good
Tim and Jen effuse about Ed Wood’s cri de coeur!
Jen and Tim welcome back Darren Herczeg to discuss one of the most controversial movies of the 90s!
Tim returns to chug the haterade! Jen weakly defends the movie but she’s no match for Tim’s anti-twee vitriol!
Jen welcomes special guest Keenan to discuss an ineffectual answer to Jason and Freddy!Hear the entire episode for a pledge of only $2/month and get access to all our other bonus content!
As a bonus, here’s a look at Jeff Conaway’s role in the film as the most loathsome human being to ever draw breath.
Jen and Tim welcome back Mike Rosen so he can carve up Joss Whedon like the turkey he is and also to discuss an affectionate satire of the slasher genre.
Offensive Films by Mikita Brottman
Men, Women, and Chainsaws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film by Carol J. Clover
Tim and Jen (mostly Tim) describe a beloved ersatz-Hammer sci-fi thriller starring the venerable team of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing (plus a sensational appearance by Telly “Kojak” Savalas). Throughout, Tim is like: games games games tabletop Cthulhu saving throw Traveller roll up a character -2 sanity
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Read about the turn-of-the-century theory that a murderer’s image might be preserved on the victim’s eye
Read the 1999 Fangoria article in which director Eugenio Martín reflects on the film and his career up to that point
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