Ryan and Bee celebrate back to school with one of the original college teen screams, 1983's House on Sorority Row. This whodunnit is a beautifully filmed slasher complete with sorority girls, a prank gone wrong and a den mother with a mysterious past. Plus in their pop culture check-in they talk Hustlers, It: Chapter 2, and The Eyes of my Mother.
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."
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)
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.
Bee has done a TV binge on two vastly different networks and Ryan covered a variety of films, ranging from children's movie to classic ghost story. Then, they dive into FALL BREAK! Wait, we mean...THE MUTILATOR!
Back from our break that you didn't even know about, Bee and Ryan have shared a few movies, including the biggest movie EVER (probably) Avengers: Endgame and the cute Netflix original Someone Great. Plus, some sick ass disco as we cover Prom Night and Liam's first podcasting appearance!
Well Ryan and Bee gush over a teen drama...or two or three. What's new? We also touch base with our journey back through Harry Potter, our New Year's resolutions and then jump full tilt into the ass burning hyperbole of Happy Birthday to Me!
To celebrate the launch of Attack of the Queerwolf over at Blumhouse, Ryan and Bee have Brennan Klein with a questionable slasher but with definite homoerotic subtext. Plus, a whole bunch of Netflix, weird dancing bears, and a follow up to Child's Play!
Still riding the high from Midsummer Scream, Bee and Ryan have a TON of pop culture check-in titles and then discuss the iconic Brad Dourif in his first venture as everyone's favorite doll in CHILD'S PLAY!
Oh, that's right, Ryan and Bee both talk about Dawson's Creek AGAIN. They also both saw Upgrade, a brief mention of A Quiet Place, some old school horror and then we dive head on into the seminal summer cult classic The Burning!
In our very very VERY loosely (okay, not really at all) Friday the 13th related episode, Bee and Ryan talk about why Jumanji is a great blockbuster, how good Dawson's Creek is and the 1989 film Intruder. It sure says it stars Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell and it sure doesn't, but it has a lot of inventiveness and charm!
After a hectic week, Bee and Ryan are still here to look at another April Fool's themed slasher. Also, they dive into Ready Player One, why Dawson's Creek is such a delight, and some..um...weird Cosmo quiz questions.
This week, Ryan and Bee take their first dive into a movie that neither have seen with the new Thanksgiving classic, Blood Rage. They discuss awkward nudity, fantastic gore and a whole bunch of cranberry sauce.