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Jul 17 2014

Episode 23: Screaming Keeps the Face Supple

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Meghan Murphy is twisted and cute, just like her art. We like her.

This week, we talk to Meghan Murphy of Kawaii Not and Murphypop fame! She’s a big horror movie fan, so the three of us finally get down to professing our love of monsters, terror, and gore.

We unfortunately had some technical difficulties in recording this episode (translation: in a moment of desperation, we recorded it with a Rock Band microphone). We managed to clean up the audio pretty well, but you’ll hear some artifacts here and there. Sorry about that! We hope it’s not too bothersome.

Our unusual circumstances also meant that we did not have a formal booze pairing for this week. We did record during a party at a friend’s house, though, so please grab a random beer or cider — like we did — and enjoy!

Show notes behind the cut!


Movies mentioned:
Nightmare on Elm Street (and its sequels)
Never Sleep Again
Rebecca
Gaslight
The Birds
Psycho
Topaz
Frozen (not the animated one)
The Thing
Bride of Frankenstein
Bad Biology
Basket Case
Brain Damage
Frankenhooker
Slither
Tromeo and Juliet
Poughkeepsie Tapes
American Mary
Ginger Snaps
Ginger Snaps 2
Frozen (the animated one)
Jeepers Creepers
Jeepers Creepers 2
Invader Zim (TV)
Mama
You’re Next
Megaforce
Blast Vegas
Abominable Dr. Phibes, The
Dr. Phibes Rises Again
Theater of Blood

People mentioned:
Wes Craven
Heather Langenkamp
Neil Gaiman
C. Robert Cargill
Elsa Lanchester
Elizabeth Banks
Frank Henenlotter
Jen and Sylvia Soska
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
Barbara Crampton
Ti West
Sharni Vinson
Barry Bostwick
Frankie Muniz
Vincent Price
Diana Rigg

1 comment

  1. Noel

    I think one of the reasons why Hellraiser is such a favorite of mine is how effectively it combines both squishy and psychological horror. Squishy in the beautifully extreme element of Pinhead and the Cenobites, who mask the underlying psychological angle of the sadistic uncle gradually taking over and corrupting his brother’s home and family. The sequels, I love many of ’em, but not so much.

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