The Sixth Sense
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by Crystal Pettit & Scott Wallace
2w ago
M.  Night Shyamalan's breakthrough feature is twenty-five years old this year. Does the rapturous acclaim it received at release still hold up today, or has its maverick director run out of goodwill? We talk about its quirks, its lasting influence, and what makes it a great horror movie. Also includes discussions of The Witch's Mirror a.k.a El espejo de la bruja (1960) and Unfrosted (2024). Follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Contact us at crystal@spookybitchgang.com and scott@spookybitchgang.com ..read more
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The Rocky Horror Picture Show
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by Crystal Pettit & Scott Wallace
1M ago
The Rocky Horror Picture Show is one of the most recognisable cult films of all time and beloved by many. We take a closer look at the themes, story, and possible problems with the radical queer musical. How does something this groundbreaking and beloved hold up and what can it offer us in the 21st Century? Also includes discussions of Slay (2024), Infested (2023), Yannick (2024) and more. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Contact us at crystal@spookybitchgang.com and scott@spookybitchgang.com ..read more
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Techno-Horror
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by Crystal Pettit & Scott Wallace
2M ago
We can't live without technology, but is that a good thing? The most rapidly changing  facet of our existence offers fertile ground for exploring all kinds of horrifying things. We're entering the virtual world and talking about how TV, computers, robots and more define and complicate our existence.  Includes discussions of The Stepford Wives (1975), The Demon Seed (1977), Videodrome (1984), Chopping Mall (1986), The Lawnmower Man (1992), Brainscan (1994) and more.  Follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Contact us at crystal@spookybitchgang.com and scott@spookybitchgang.com ..read more
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The First Omen
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by Crystal Pettit & Scott Wallace
2M ago
Nearly fifty years on, The First Omen gives us a prequel to horror classic The Omen and it may surprise you to know it's really good! Turning the familiar story into an alarming feminist tale, the film grapples with some massive themes. We talk about its unique and referential take on the genre. Also includes discussions of Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (2024), Love Lies Bleeding (2024) and You'll Never Find Me (2024). Follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Contact us at crystal@spookybitchgang.com and scott@spookybitchgang.com ..read more
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Cosmic Horror
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by Crystal Pettit & Scott Wallace
3M ago
In this episode, the gang takes a look behind the veil of reality into thought-provoking, madness-inducing cosmic horror. How does the vast possibility of the universe put our puny little lives into focus? What happens when humans transcend their place in space and time? How come everything is still misogynistic? Includes discussions of Inside (2023), Margeaux (2022), Starship Troopers (1997), Altered States (1980), From Beyond (1986), In the Mouth of Madness (1994), Event Horizon (1997), The Call of Cthulhu (2005), Beyond the Black Rainbow (2010), Spring (2014) and more. Follow us on Instagr ..read more
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Killer Animals
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by Crystal Pettit & Scott Wallace
4M ago
Sometimes the scariest creature is out there in the wild or living right in your house! In this episode, we're looking at some of the killer animals in the horror canon and how they relate to our experiences as humans.  Includes discussions of Karen (2021), Baghead (2023), Night Swim (2024), The Beast (2023), The Birds (1963), Sssssss (1973), Grizzly (1976), Long Weekend (1978), Cujo (1983), Razorback (1984), Monkey Shines (1988), Piranha 3D (2010) and more.  Follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Contact us at crystal@spookybitchgang.com and scott@spookybitchgang.com ..read more
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Our Top 10 Horror Movies of 2023
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by Crystal Pettit & Scott Wallace
5M ago
That's right, another year has passed and we've all grown older, wiser and sexier. We celebrate the year that was by counting down our top 10 spooky movies of 2023. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Contact us at crystal@spookybitchgang.com and scott@spookybitchgang.com ..read more
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Holiday Horror
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by Crystal Pettit & Scott Wallace
6M ago
In our final episode for 2023, we unpack some of the horror movies set on and inspired by our favourite holidays. There are plenty of Christmas creeps, as well as bloody valentines, an April fool or two and more. Includes discussions of Leave the World Behind (2023), Poor Things (2023), Godzilla Minus One (2023), Black Christmas (1974), My Bloody Valentine (1981), April Fools' Day (1986), Blood Rage (1987), Dial Code Santa Claus aka Deadly Games (1989), Rare Exports (2010), Christmas Bloody Christmas (2022), It's a Wonderful Knife (2023) and more. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Contact ..read more
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Thanksgiving
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by Crystal Pettit & Scott Wallace
7M ago
Eli Roth's long-gestating film is here and it might be his best work. We discuss this potential franchise-starter and its place in the slasher canon. Also includes discussions of When Evil Lurks (2023) and T-Blockers (2023). Follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Contact us at crystal@spookybitchgang.com and scott@spookybitchgang.com ..read more
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Nunsploitation
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by Crystal Pettit & Scott Wallace
7M ago
Holy moly, these nuns are naughty. We're talking nunsploitation, the genre that explores the lives (and the sex lives) of nuns. Join us on a journey through cloisters and convents as we unpack what's so compelling about these brides of God. Static Vision and SBG co-present The Devils, Sunday November 19. Buy tickets here. Includes discussions of There's Nothing Out There (1991), There's Something Wrong with the Children (2023), The Devils (1971), The Nun and the Devil (1973), School of the Holy Beast (1974), Killer Nun (1979), Dark Waters (1993), St. Agatha (2018), Sister Death (2023) and mo ..read more
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