Dead Ringers Episode 15: DISTURBING BEHAVIOR + THE FACULTY

Nolan is joined by Ben McBride and Paul Farrell, as well as special guest Zena Dixon, to discuss David Nutter’s Disturbing Behavior (1998) and Robert Rodriguez’s The Faculty (1998). The group shares recent horror discoveries before they’re assimilated into a scholastic conspiracy and replaced with better, more socially acceptable versions of themselves.

Other movies discussed on this episode: The Vault (2017) (Netflix), Truth Or Dare (2018), Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl (2017) (Shudder), A Quiet Place (2018), Incarnate (2016) (HBO Now), The Church (1989) (Amazon Prime or Blu-ray via Amazon), The Sect (1991) (Blu-ray via Amazon), Spontaneous Combustion (1990) (Blu-ray via Screen Archives Entertainment), The Boy (2016) (Showtime or VOD — Amazon, YouTube, VUDU, iTunes, Google Play), Gate 2 (1992) (Blu-ray via Amazon), Terrifier (2018) (VOD — Amazon, YouTube, VUDU, iTunes, Google Play), My Friend Dahmer (2017) (VOD — Amazon, YouTube, VUDU, iTunes, Google Play), Jessabelle (2014) (Starz or VOD — Amazon, YouTube, VUDU, iTunes, Google Play),Veronica (2017) (Netflix), Alison’s Birthday (1981), God Told Me To (1976) (Showtime or VOD — AmazonYouTube, iTunes, Google Play), Feed The Light (2014) (Amazon Prime), Cherry Falls (2000) (Blu-ray via Scream Factory or Amazon), Behind The Mask: The Rise Of Leslie Vernon (2007) (Amazon Prime), The Passion Of Darkly Noon (1996) (Shudder).

As will always be the case with this show, be aware that our discussion contains spoilers. If you want to watch the movies before listening to the show, there are a couple of ways you can do so. Disturbing Behavior and The Faculty are both available to stream via Starz (which you can subscribe to or get a trial of through Amazon Prime). Additionally, both are available to rent via video-on-demand, with Disturbing Behavior being available at Amazon and VUDU, and The Faculty being available at Amazon, YouTube, VUDU, iTunes, and Google Play.

 

Download the episode here. (108 MB)

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Links of interest and/or sources cited for research on this episode:

Zena’s Period Blood: Deathdream is Too Much Horror in One Film by Zena Dixon (Dread Central)

Real Queen of Horror (Blog)

Night of the Witch, dir. by Zena Dixon (short film)

Hidden, dir. by Zena Dixon (short film)

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