It’s that time of the month! In this episode, Alex and Andrea get a visit from their Aunt Flo to talk about the most natural of all curses: womanhood. Listen as they bleed poetic about Ginger Snaps and Carrie!
Alex and Andrea regress back to childhood to discuss children in scary situations. From the good, the bad and the adorable, they tackle notions of class, purity and what happens to the kids who get picked last for Stick Ball.
Join Alexandra and Andrea as they watch a cursed tape. Well, two cursed tapes. Well, a movie about a cursed tape and a remake of that movie. In this episode they’re talking about Hideo Nakata‘s Ring (1998) and Gore Verbinski‘s The Ring (2002) and how changes big and small illuminate dark secrets in different parts of the world.
Join Alexandra and Andrea along with special guest Stuart “Feedback” Andrews (host of the Rue Morgue Podcast and Cinephobia Radio) as they tackle Joss Whedon‘s seminal television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. By delving into some of the most significant episodes of the series, this Scooby Gang will dive into the thematic and schematic elements of the show in their biggest episode yet!
In this episode, Andrea, Alex and special guests 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.
Join horror journalists and occasional academics Andrea Subissati and Alexandra West as they discuss the seminal Canadian proto-slasher Black Christmas, as well as John Carpenter‘s immortal classic Halloween.
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 this very controversial recording!