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Episode 22: I, Tonya

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Release Date: 02/25/2022

Episode 40: The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster (2023) show art Episode 40: The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster (2023)

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Friend of the show, Natalie returns to join Graham to do something shocking. Get Joe to watch a new movie released in 2023. This episode we are talking 2023's The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster, a contemporary spin on Mary Shelley's classic tale of science and control. 

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Episode 39: The Swimmer (1968) show art Episode 39: The Swimmer (1968)

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Pour yourself a cocktail and travel down the Lucinda River with Joe , Graham, and new guest to the show, Rachel from the Zombie Grrlz Podcast Network as they discuss 1968's The Swimmer. The gang talks pool parties, deconstructing traditional masculinity, and surrealism in film. Cheers to the first time!

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Episode 38: The Wild Bunch (1969) show art Episode 38: The Wild Bunch (1969)

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Saddle up and hit the trail with us for a brand new episode where we discuss Sam Peckinpah's ultraviolent western The Wild Bunch. Graham is our episode's first timer and we go into depth on the subversive, bloody drama while touching on the idea of "Dad films", the importance of animal safety, and the awesomeness of Warren Oates. 

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Episode 37: The Guest (2014) show art Episode 37: The Guest (2014)

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Joe and Graham sit down to discuss 2014's The Guest, a genre bending mix of action, horror, and comedy. Really it was just a great excuse for Graham to see it for the first time and for the guys to talk about Lance Reddick, a character actor for the ages.

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Jody swings by Short Ends to talk about the microbudget horror anthology Spookie Dookie, a film full of gross out horror and wonderful commericials.

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Episode 36: Alone in the Dark (1982) show art Episode 36: Alone in the Dark (1982)

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Joe and Graham sit down to watch the 80's slasher Alone in the Dark, a movie with a wonderful cast and fortunately for all of us, not that piece of garbage from Uwe Boll.

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We're back and have some new changes to the show. Graham kicks off Season 2 with a stellar pick, Park Chan-wook's sublimely romantic mystery Decision to Leave. 

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Caitlin introduces Graham and Joe to Sonny Bono's least favorite movie, 1997's George of the Jungle. We talk Himbo movies, Brendan Fraser's sexiness, and Caitlin privately wonders why people can't just enjoy things. 

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Graham sits in the host chair for the first time and introduces Caitlin and Joe to 2014's Coherence, a dinner party movie that digs into the nightmarish idea of not being able to ghost a dinner party because when you leave you arrive at the same exact dinner party (almost).

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We're bringing a new guest and big 80's vibes when Chuck from the Colonial Theatre drops by to chat about Fright Night Part II, a movie that hits all of that era's extracurricular activities, sex, bowling, and rollerblading. And not once did Joe refer to it as fangtastic!

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