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Episode 35-The Ritual



Why watch Deliverance, The Blair Witch Project, and The Ruins separately when you can watch all three at once! The Ritual is a pretty darn good UK flick that doesn’t stray too far from its source material, until the end, that is. We don’t spoil the ending because we love it, and we also won’t spoil the ending of our show because we love you! Also, for the rest of February we’re doing a give-a-way. We need  your 5-star reviews! Write us a review on Itunes and at the end of the month we’ll randomly draw a winner for a free bottle of Beardbrand Spiced Citrus beard oil. Smells great! And if you’re the lady type, this stuff is perfect for skin moisturizer. My hands smell delightful.

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Episode 33-Frightmare



For our final instalment of Flashback January, we’re jumping back to 1975 to watch Pete Walker’s British ::cough:: masterpiece, Frightmare. Nik saw this when he was 6 years old? Does it hold up? Is it frightening? Probably not! But listen to the podcast anyways because Katy Bug is cute and Nik isn’t the worst podcaster ever, right?…right…?

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The Boy, doll, horror

Episode 25-The Boy



Another day, another doll. We fly to England for this porcelain nightmare! The Boy has all the makings of a classic thriller but none of the follow through. Listen as Katy Bug and dad chat up Thanksgiving, The Lord of the Rings, Rambo, hair care, and still have time to review a movie! Amazing! Welcome our new listeners in India. Great food, those folks.

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Episode 2-The Conjuring 2



Take a trip down terror lane in jolly ol’ England. We’ll learn why this movie is Katy Bug’s favorite horror flick and why I think 3 monsters is too darn many. Why does a horror movie need 3 freaking monsters?!