#48: THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN (1976)

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Not Everyone Who Comes to This Lover's Lane Has the Same Thing on Their Mind.

1976's The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a proto-slasher that creates a stunning killer in it's Phantom but loses its suspense on slapstick comedy bits. We dive into those elements and go kill by kill to discuss how this film influenced the slasher genre.

Plus in our pop culture check-in, we talk family-friendly Halloween movies like Halloweentown & Coraline, then we dive into Waxwork, In the Tall Grass,

The Furies, and oddly enough Failure to Launch.

MINISODE American Horror Story 1984: Episode 4

Mr. Jingles closes in on the one who got away as the counselors rally to escape Camp Redwood.

In this episode, Ryan gets validation when one of his predictions from last week comes true. Then they dive into the nature vs nurture argument, talk their discomfort with the Night Stalkers likeability, finally see the killers come head to head in battle and watch some of their favorite tropes show up.

#47: SORORITY ROW (2009)

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This week Bee & Ryan tackle one of the aught slasher remakes, 2009's Sorority Row directed by Stewart Hendler and starring Briana Evigan, Leah Pipes, Rumor Willis, Carrie Fisher and a slew of other people you will recognize.

They go kill by kill and talk themes of sisterhood, the unique ways a lug wrench can be used to kill someone and the clever nods to the original.

Plus in their pop culture check-in they talk about the tv shows Unbelievable & On Becoming a God In Central Florida as well as genre films 3 From Hell & Bliss.

MINISODE American Horror Story 1984: Episode 1

In the summer of 1984, five friends escape Los Angeles to work as counselors at Camp Redwood. As they adjust to their new jobs, they quickly learn that the only thing scarier than campfire tales is the past coming to haunt you.

American Horror Story is back for season 9 and this year they've embraced the 80's slasher. In this first episode, Bee & Ryan dive into the characters and go kill by kill to examine the plot. They identify some of their favorite slasher tropes already used and hypothesize what's to come!

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#45: CHEERLEADER CAMP (1988)

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Bee & Ryan go to camp this week, Cheerleader Camp that is. Listen as they discuss this Leif Garret staring slasher that has some awesome surrealist dream sequences, decent kills, a final girl gone "crazy" & plenty of misogynistic themes to dive into.

PLUS they talk Nevada City Film Fest, Satanic Panic, 90's thrillers, & Magic Mike in their Pop Culture Check-In."

#44: THE FINAL GIRLS (2015)

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How well does The Final Girls (2015) succeed at being a slasher? That's what we are here to find out! We tackle this meta flick from Todd Strauss-Schulson in this weeks episode. We go over every aspect of the movie, the movie within the movie, all the amazing easter eggs and what makes this meta slasher different from others in the genre.

#43: THE CARPENTER (1988) w/ Aaron Dries & Brennan Klein

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This week Ryan & Bee are joined by Aaron Dries & Brennan Klein for a very special episode dissecting 1988's The Carpenter. This Wings Hauser led Canadian slasher has a lot more to unpack than you would think and our hosts really dive into it. We talk kills, quirky dialogue, character motives, and even who we would cast if we remade the film. (Somebody, please, pay us to remake this film)

#40: FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980)

Ryan and Bee are back after a small break and in a big way. Before the pop culture check in, they break down some new and exciting news, both personal and podcast wise. During the check in, Ryan has seen some new theatrical releases, both genre and not, while Bee takes a trip back through her visit into the Child's Play franchise and both saw a new Netflix release. Finally, a full blown dig into one of the most decorated and celebrated slashers of all time, Friday the 13th.

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