12: Best of 2020 Part 2 (Anything for Jackson & Scare Me)

The second part of our Best of 2020 is a conversation about Anything For Jackson and Scare Me, a mini-review of A Quiet Place 2, attending the premiere, Playing chicken with Hallmark Christmas Movies, the Pony Sitters Club, opinions on camping vs vacations,

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11: Valen-DOOM’s Day (My Bloody Valentine & My Bloody Valentine 3D)

Meg and Michelle take a break from the best of 2020 to talk about My Bloody Valentine (1981) and My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009), but without actually having 3D glasses to watch the movie, Maris from Frasier, #MineLife, dirty water dogs, Halloween 3, 4D movies,

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9: Happy New Year (New Year’s Evil & Terror Train)

Meg and Michelle talk about two New Year’s Eve(ish) movies, New Year’s Evil and Terror Train, Peter Frampton’s Talk Box, children in accidents on escalators, Beans the Cat, Crystal Pepsi, does David Copperfield look like Michelle?,

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8: Dreaming of a White Van Christmas (Christmas Evil & Better Watch Out)

This week, Meg and Michelle talk about Christmas movies Christmas Evil (1980) and Better Watch Out (2017), which were both originally named Better Watch Out, Fiona Appleā€™s Dad, the mythos of the white van, good murder disguises on Christmas, NORAD tracks Santa,

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7: A Christmas Lemon Party (Krampus & Rare Exports)

This week Meg and Michelle watched Krampus (2015) and Rare Exports (2010). Also discussed: Mall Santas, boyfriends in high school, the best (but worst) Christmas memories, and what happens when kids don’t eat.

Krampus in five words (or less):
Meg: “This is my nightmare holiday”

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6: Creamy Kurt (The Thing & Misery)

This week, Meg and Michelle discuss The Thing and Misery as we get ready for winter. Also discussed: Stephen King, the South Pole, and the recording got messed up, so the second half of the episode sounds a little different. No seriously,

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3: Murdering With Power Tools (American Psycho & The Slumber Party Massacre)

This week, Meg and Michelle watch American Psycho and The Slumber Party Massacre, two movies with women directors. Also discussed: The Mrs Murphy Mysteries by Rita Mae Brown and her feline co-author Sneaky Pie Brown, Phil Collins’s ex-wife refusing to leave his Miami home,

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