Episode 120 | Clap These Pagan Cheeks

Robin and Scott spend this episode talking about Midsommar and their thoughts about the highly anticipated film, the screenings of Ari Asters new folk horror they hosted in partnership with the Kamloops Film Society in the last few weeks and their love of folk horror in general. Taking things from the highest of high brow to the lowest of low, they then get down and dirty in the mud with Alexandre Aja’s newest Crawl which is the best movie to feature a competitive swimmer vs an alligator that’s ever existed.And then in shocking revelations, Scott and Robin have found a Conjuring universe movie that they actually enjoyed with Annabelle Comes Home. After that it’s time to climb into the news hole with stories about masturbating simian ghosts, immortalizing true hero’s through beer, more reasons to dislike Metallica, the censorship saga that the Soska Sisters have been embattled in with Twitter, heavy metal knitting and more.

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Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0
Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY 3.0
Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0
Metal Loop” by thunderstorm10 is licensed under CC BY 3.0
Scream 1” by TheSubber13 is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0

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