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Ep. 128 Faye Guerra

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Release Date: 12/16/2019

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Ep. 128 Faye Guerra show art Ep. 128 Faye Guerra

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Faye Guerra is the host of the genre film group Psycho Cinema. The club may take place at the , but don't let that deter you from joining the fun genre talk on the Psycho Cinema group and ). In this episode, Faye and I talk exploitation films, the fine line between offensive vs fascinating, and hanging out with Shudder's Joe Bob Briggs.   Show notes:   

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Faye Guerra is the host of the genre film group Psycho Cinema. The club may take place at the Alamo Drafthouse Winchester, but don't let that deter you from joining the fun genre talk on the Psycho Cinema Facebook group and Instagram (@psychocinema540). In this episode, Faye and I talk exploitation films, the fine line between offensive vs fascinating, and hanging out with Shudder's Joe Bob Briggs.

 

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