AJ Bowen

130 | I Trapped the Devil


Director/Writer: Josh Lobo

Stars: Scott Poythress, AJ Bowen, Susan Burke, Rowan Russell, Jocelin Donahue

Rated: NR, Runtime: 1 hour 22 min

Released July 3, 2019; Available on Hulu as of July 26

Synopsis: A man traps what he believes to be the devil and then begins a descent into crazytown. Things escalate for him when his brother Matt (AJ Bowen) and his SIL Karen show up, uninvited and unexpected, for the holidays.

In this ep, we discuss The Twilight Zone episode, The Howling Man. You can check it out here.

Next up, we’re takin a quick dip into SciFi territory with the A24 release, High Life. This movie is about living in isolation out in deep space, which is a notion that is scary enough for us to check it out for the show. So join us in a couple weeks!

Theme music: "Secret of Tiki Island" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

89 | The House of the Devil


Writer/Director: Ti West

Synopsis: Samantha is a college sophomore anxious to move out of the dorms & escape her nightmare roommate. She finds her dream apartment, but needs to make a few hundie real quick in order to pay first month’s rent.  Desperate for an under the table gig, she responds to a flyer asking for a babysitter that night, which also happens to be the night of a full lunar eclipse which their town is in the perfect position to witness.  When she arrives at the house out in the middle of nowhere she finds that circumstances are a bit different than she had been led to believe.  Against the wishes of the friend who drops her off, Samantha decides to take the job anyway.  It’s just for a couple hours, after all.  How much could possibly go wrong? Dun dun DUN!

Intro/Outro music courtesy Peter Perfect. Check him out on Instagram | Soundcloud

It's time to go more further into the further than we've ever gone before. That's right, it's time for the next installation in the Insidious franchise, Insidious 4: The Last Key. I don't know what's happening in the thumbnail image below, but it looks intriguing.