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Ghoul Cop/Bat Cop
53 minutes | 2 years ago
Eep!sode 8: Wi†chfes†
It's Frightday the 13th! AND! Our 10 year friendiversary! To celebrate our sisturdom, we made a very special Wi†chfes† eepisode talked about 4 of the hexiest ladies we know - with Suspiria, The Witch, Autopsy of Jane Doe, and The Love Witch. So light some candles, fire a sigil, and tune in for a wiccan good time.
23 minutes | 2 years ago
Eep!sode 7: Then Donnie Wahlberg Shows Up
On this eep!sode, we dummy it down as we talk with our special guest Kyle about his favorite James Wan film: Dead Silence. So get dolled up, grab a Wahlburger, and pour yourself a shocktail for our dumbest episode yet. 👻🎃🦇
42 minutes | 2 years ago
Eep!sode 6: Just Punt The Child
"It's time to play..." After Elliot (Sam Bottoms), an American businessman, and his wife Marilyn (Denise Crosby) take ownership of the Dolly Dearest manufacturing company in Mexico, strange things start happening to their family. Most notably, their young daughter, Jessica (Candy Hutson), develops an unusually close bond with one of the dolls from the factory. Dolly, possessed by an evil spirit (recently unearthed from the excavation nearby, helmed by Dr. Karl Resnick) proceeds to terrorize the household and exert its influence on Jessica. Can Marilyn free her little girl from the doll's supernatural grip? Amy and I kicked back a cold one with our boy Sanzia and discussed 1991's Dolly Dearest, a direct-to-video nasty that is certainly not just a blatant rip-off of Child's Play. If you're (un)lucky, you may still find the odd VHS tape on eBay. The movie is currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video, and a DVD copy will run you roughly $180. 👻
55 minutes | 3 years ago
Eep!sode 5: McDonalds Triade
This eep!sode, we're discussing contemporary artist Cindy Sherman's one and only film, Office Killer! Filmed in 1995 and distributed in 1997, this film's existence has been largely scrubbed from history- maybe for good reason! Shake up a Herricane Dorine and kick back while Amy and I discuss the merits of telecommuting, Jeffrey Dahmer, and the difficulties of taking work home with you. It's the quintessential 90's movie that you'll never see. I rented this film from Facets Media in Chicago, but some DVD copies are available on Amazon. 👻
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