Slaughterhouse Princess

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Son of Godzilla

We celebrate Father's Day in the only way that seemed right, coincidentally watching a made for TV movie from Japan in 1967 that features the word Son in the title.

Sleepaway Camp

In what might be a surprise to nobody, this is a slasher movie that takes place at a summer camp.  Don't worry, it has it where it counts.

She Kills

Get ready for more merkins than you can shake a stick at, which in this case is just one.  But it a very pronounced merkin, so that has to count for something.

Suspiria (1977)

We take a look at one of noted living person Dario Argento's most well know works, because we wanted to, NOT because of the remake. That is a non-clickbait related coincidence.

Swamp Thing

On the recommendation of Troy, we took a look at Swamp Thing.  Did he make our hearts sing?  Did he make everything groovy?  Swamp Thing we think we love you, but we want to know for sure.

The Shining (1980)

For our 200th episode, we wanted to treat ourselves to something nice because it's only a matter of time before we let Brett pick a movie again.

We just want to thank everyone for their support whether through supporting us with some of you hard earned money, making requests, stopping by our discord, or just listening.

Shivers

We take a look at what might be the least Cronenberg-ish of all the Cronenberg works, aside from the commercial he did for Nike Air 180s back in the day.  It's proto-Cronenbergian!

Shadow of the Vampire

We take it back to the old school this week not only because of the movie, but also because Troy isn't around to keep us on track.  It goes as well as you'd think.

Society

How do you like your tea? Cream, sugar... or do you want me to pee in it?                                                                                                                                                        -Clarissa Carlyn

Saw

It's back to nonsense as usual this week, what better way to get back into the swing of things than to see Saw.