Strap on your bidirectional GoPros, we're doing some UrbEx in Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum! Come on down to one of CNN's Top Seven Scariest Places In The World and join us as we talk about unexplained mythos, diagetic film construction, gaslighting your bros, and Some Severely Fucked Up Guys! RECOMMENDATIONS: Nichijou Patlabor: The Movie & Patlabor 2: The Movie
Come into our time machine, humble listener, as we travel back in time 101 years (in order to avoid talking about struck work) and peer into the murky depths of The Public Domain.… yes, that’s right, slap on that Chaplin toothbrush mustache and don’t adjust your volume dials, because this week your hosts watched a silent movie! “Nosferatu,” to be specific, the 1922 unofficial-yet-iconic adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula! RECOMMENDATIONS: estatesales.net Blowback (podcast)
Imagine being the Predator and thinking you're sick as hell, landing in the Great Plains in the 1700s thinking you're about to be the top dog, and then getting your stupid cheater space biotechnology pounded into the dirt by bows and arrows. This movie rules and the Predator is a punk-ass bitch. RECOMMENDATIONS: Young Team by Mogwai E1
You better watch your back, listeners, because we've got some dirt on the kind of activities you were up to around this time the year previous... or in other words... I Know What You Did Last Summer! Which, coincidentally, also happens to be the name of the film your hosts watched this week. Join us as we talk piercings, the best of the '90s, CRABS!!, plot contrivances, and more! RECOMMENDATIONS: Yellow Submarine (1968) [film] My Adventures With Superman
It's time to break out the aprons, ladies! This week, your hosts brave the quiet, idyllic landscape of east coast suburbia as we discuss The Stepford Wives (1975), the original adaptation of the 1972 Ira Levin novel of the same name. Come along with us as we talk about the gig economy, '70s big naturals, Massholes, Men, and even better than all of that, Women. RECOMMENDATIONS: Shakespeare in Love Jury Duty
We're back in Cagetown this week as we sit down with Vampire's Kiss and experience some brand new emotions that Nic brings to the table with his scenery devouring. We also talk the pleasures of adult life, I Think You Should Leave, and a change to the Fearbaiting formula! RECOMMENDATIONS: SLC Punk! Black Monk Time by The Monks
Move your dead bones, bones, bones, everyone, because this week your hosts are here to talk about the classic HP Lovecraft adaptation Re-Animator! Join us as we discuss landlords, eurobeat, pspspspsps, and t-boy swag! RECOMMENDATIONS: Wild at Heart To See the Next Part of the Dream by Parannoul
[AIR HORN] [AIR HORN] [CHA-CHING] Fearbaiting is BACK, baby! After their year long... or more... hiatus, your hosts Sara and Blair return refreshed, rejuvenated, and ready to take on whatever the horror film industry has to offer! Which I guess is... M3GAN (2022), a horror-comedy send-up of Silicon Valley, AI, and, uh, childhood trauma, apparently. Join your intrepid hosts as they wade into the wild waters of Yassified Chucky, femcels, TikTok dances, and... wait... is that Brian Jordan Alvarez?
Hey there, listener, long time no see! How about a giant disembodied head? ... Well, how about an episode about a giant disembodied head, then, with guest host Ziva (@lovessmallsong)? We're talking about Mystics in Bali this week, an Indonesian horror movie and cult classic. RECOMMENDATIONS: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni kai Umineko no Naku Koro ni Intro music done by people you meet outside of bars. You can find more of their work at gaygothvibes.online. Episode edited by Blair Kitsch, who can be found on twitter @blairkitsch.
What if zombies were pets? And what if they could make your calves cramp? Erin is here to help us answer these questions and so many more that Fido raises! In addition to zombies, we also go long about Mortal Kombat, Flicka for boys, and experience a surreal school reunion! Intro music done by people you meet outside of bars. You can find more of their work at gaygothvibes.online. Episode edited by Sara, who is currently