John Carpenter Month #4: BODY BAGS (1993)

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Another month down! We’re closing our special Shocktober John Carpenter month with a fun little treat. Or is it a trick? We delve into the 1993 Showtime anthology movie BODY BAGS!

Join us as we review the film, we run through the varying quality of each of the three segments, Brennan is excited to point out horror cameos, and Sergio gets very territorial about his top four of the month!

Ten Word Reviews: Ben & Arthur, I Married a Monster from Outer Space, Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

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John Carpenter Month #3: IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS (1994)

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We find ourselves a house divided (and a house half asleep) in the third week of John Carpenter month, where we’re watching 1994’s IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS.

Join us as we review the film, we almost instantly devolve into incoherent babbling, Brennan attempts to describe secretary haircuts, and Sergio gets very excited about his pithy description of the movie!

Ten Word Reviews: Gerald’s Game, It Conquered the World, Little Children

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John Carpenter Month #2: THE FOG (1980)

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John Carpenter month heads into a sophomore slump as we sail into Antonio Bay to explore 1980’s THE FOG!

Join us as we review the film, we discuss the LA premiere of Cult of Chucky, Brennan compares this to the other Jamie Lee Curtis horror pictures of 1980, and Sergio continues to base his ratings on his love of sweeping landscapes!

Ten Word Reviews: Cult of Chucky, Bound

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John Carpenter Month #1: CHRISTINE (1983)

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It’s a whole new month to explore! In this episode, we’re introducing our special Shocktober theme which is John Carpenter films! Then we hit up our first Carpenter entry, 1983’s CHRISTINE!

Join us as we review the film, we discuss which John Carpenter movies we’ve already seen, Brennan tries very hard to make a joke about The New Adventures of Old Christine, and Sergio makes a shocking revelation in the quality sore segment!

Ten Word Reviews: Beatriz at Dinner, Texas Chainsaw 3D, The Amityville Horror (2005)

Our theme music is “A Beat for You” by Pseudo Echo. You can find more episodes of this show and others at podpeople.me