- The day Facebook lets me edit my posts and correct the hasty typos I made in my morning rant is a day I will jump for joy.
- Karma police? I prefer to think of karma as horrible gnashing Langolier-type creatures.
- Happy birthday to horror writer, actress and all-round rad chick @brittnahjade! Follow her, thank me later. She's delightful.
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In this episode, Andrea, Alex and friends tackle the age-old question, which horror films scare you the most? Using different analytical frameworks we discuss a variety of scary films and scenes while grappling with our own traumas.
In this episode, your hosts Alex and Andrea aim their smart-bombs squarely at Diablo Cody’s Jennifer’s Body (2009) and how there’s much more to the film than meets the eye.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we bring you a conversation about Fatal Attraction (1987), Fear (1996) and the kind of love that takes a lot to die.
Tackling all things horror with a slash of analysis and research, horror journalists and occasional academics Andrea Subissati and Alexandra West are your hosts for brain plumping discussions. Produced independently in Toronto Ontario The Faculty of Horror is your best source for classic and contemporary horror film discussions that will haunt the libraries of your mind.
In this episode, Feedback hosts co-curators Paul Corupe and I to introduce The Black Museum and drop some teasers about the upcoming curriculum.
In this episode, Feedback and I discuss both versions of George Sluizer’s THE VANISHING, the Dutch/French original and the American remake. Both are terrifying their own way.
In this hotly anticipated follow-up to the controversial ”I Spit On Your Grave” discussion, Feedback and Lady Hellbat discuss the supposed sequels to I Spit On Your Grave and address some comments posted to the blog about the last show
In this episode, Lady Hellbat returns to the Rue Morgue podcast to chat with Feedback about Meir Zarchi’s original 1978 film I Spit On Your Grave and the 1990 remake. Be sure to check out the Rue Morgue blog entry about …