Nolan is joined by Kat McBride, Ben McBride, and Emily von Seele to discuss Adam MacDonald’s Pyewacket (2017) and Paco Plaza’s Veronica (2017). The crew dig into new discoveries, rewatches, and recent releases before impulsively invoking forces beyond the boundaries of the natural world and suffering the consequences of their adolescent indiscretions.
Other movies/TV shows discussed on this episode: Malignant (2021) (HBO Max), Midnight Mass (2021) (Netflix), Nightbooks (2021) (Netflix), The Night House (2021) (VOD), Halloween (2018) (VOD), Candyman (2021) (VOD), The Divine Fury (2019) (Tubi), American Horror Story: Red Tide (2021) (Hulu), Evil (2019) (Paramount+), Brand New Cherry Flavor (2021) (Netflix).
As will always be the case with this show, please 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. Pyewacket is available to stream on Hulu, as well as being available to rent via VOD and purchase via Blu-ray/DVD. Veronica is available to stream on Netflix.
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Links of interest and/or sources cited for research on this episode:
Episode 87. Mother Monster: Pyewacket (2017) and Hereditary (2018) (Faculty Of Horror) (podcast)
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