36: Shandyman (2021’s Candyman & Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh/Candyman 2)

This week we watched Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995) and Candyman (2021). Spoiler warning: You do not (and probably should not) have to watch Candyman 2: Farewell to the Flesh. We also talk about going on a bender as an actual adult, a boat with hot tubs on it,

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35: Stephen King B-Sides (Maximum Overdrive and Gerald’s Game)

Animal interruptions with spooky chats, Meg’s pink pink pink office, AC/DC’s lyrics, cocaine, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape is a bummer, changing swear words on cable TV, Does the Dog Die?, construction equipment/trucks, being a white dude in the 80s was dope, Dr. Sleep, a mid-show attack from Beans,

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34: Under-Appreciated Gems (Hell House LLC and The Innkeepers)

This week we watched Hell House LLC (2015) and The Innkeepers (2011). We also talk about the difference between four and five skulls on Shudder, Hell House 2 and 3, visiting bad haunted houses, a Hell House spinoff we’d want to see, haunted hayrides, Halloween in January,

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33: Friday the 13th (Jason Takes Manhattan & Jason X)

This week we watched Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989) and Jason X (2001). Michelle’s drinking spiked seltzer, aka murder juice, The Muppets take Manhattan, are Friday the 13th scary?, NYC in the 80s and 90s, sailing to Manhattan from Camp Crystal Lake,

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32: Robert Lawrence (Fear Street: 1994, Fear Street 1978, and Fear Street 1666)

This week we watched the Fear Street trilogy and talked about shrimp cocktail and wedding food, Colon and Color Guard, book stores in the mall, Maya Hawke, Eureka’s Castle, the series’ connection to Stranger Things, watching sex scenes with parents, the importance of blacklight in the 90s,

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31: Werewolves! (Werewolves Within & Howl)

This week we watched Werewolves Within (2021) and Howl (2015). Werewolves are Michelles favorite movie monster! We also talk about video games, the difficulty of getting werewolves right and Michelle’s difficulty of picking a second movie for this episode, Peter Steele, the Long Island Rail Road,

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30: Mixed Nuts (Terrified & False Positive)

This week we watched two movies that we don’t think have a theme? This week’s movies are Terrified (2017) and False Positive (2021). We also talk about Wondershowzen, Dream Phone, Legally Blonde, Dig Inn, how wigs work, and more.

False Positive in Five Words (or Less):
Meg: Being pregnant seems awful
Michelle: Looks great but missing something

False Positive in Five Words (or Less):
Meg: Being pregnant seems awful
Michelle: Looks great but missing something

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29: Satanic Panic (The Conjuring & The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It)

This week we watched The Conjuring (2013) and The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (2021) and also talk everyone having a podcast, trying to say the word “brewery,”  Michelle’s hatred of ears, Paranormal Witness, thoughts on multiple realities, the rules for hexing, water beds, 

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27: Listener Requests! (The Hunger and Near Dark)

This week we got some requests from Honorary Hag Taylor. This week’s movies are The Hunger (1983), a mayo-based cold salad from the director of Top Gun and the cinematographer of Lethal Weapon, and Near Dark (1987). We also talk about what we would do if we met David Bowie (today),

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