Slasher

115 | Black Christmas (1974)

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Director: Bob Clark

Writer: A. Roy Moore

Synopsis: A group of sorority girls alone in their sorority house during winter break start receiving creepy, obscene phone calls from some anonymous weirdo. The sorority sisters eventually realize they’re not dealing with some prankster when the calls take a very threatening turn and two women, including one of the sisters, go missing/turn up dead. With a suspected serial killer on the loose and no suspects, will Barb and her sisters live to see Spring Break?!?


Next up, for our first episode of the new year, we’ll be reviewing and discussing the very recent Netflix release, Bird Box. We’ve mentioned the book a few times and Amy even joined our pal Sandra in a discussion of it on Sandra’s podcast, Genre Junkies. The book’s a great (and quick) read so be an overachiever and check out the book and movie before our next episode.


Music courtesy of Peter Perfect. Check him out on Instagram | Soundcloud 

105 | Tragedy Girls

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Director: Tyler MacIntyre

Writers: Tyler MacIntyre & Chris Lee Hill

Synopsis: Two midwestern high school seniors, Sadie & McKayla, are obsessed with true crime, & run their own blog, Tragedy Girls. Much to their delight, a series of killings in their small town seem to be the work of one psychopath. The girls figure this will be just the thing to get their blog to blow up, if only the police would stop ruling the deaths accidental. So they decide to become more proactive, catching the killer themselves, & keeping him captive while they continue his work.

We mention artist Kristen Liu-Wong in this episode. Check out her work here.


It's finally time for The Meg! Join us next time as we discuss the obvious winner in the fight between Jason Statham and Megalodon.

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

All other music in this episode is by Kai Engel & licensed under an Attribution License