Favorite Horror Movies, STRANGER THINGS 2, and AMERICAN VANDAL

Favorite Horror Movies, STRANGER THINGS 2, and AMERICAN VANDAL
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[ep. 11] |  It’s a spooky one this week as Ernest and Drew break down the news and what they’ve been watching before being joined by Hunter to discuss their favorite horror movies and STRANGER THINGS 2.  WBAM!

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EPISODE 11 SHOWNOTES

  • Intro
    • Honestly Dav (00:01:44)
    • New music: Weezer, metrox21xoffset (00:03:58)
  • Movie/TV news (00:11:02)
  • What we’ve been watching (00:23:08)
    • Channel Zero
    • Spirited Away
    • Jack Whitehall At Large  
    • American Vandal (00:36:40)
    • The Good Place SPOILERS (00:45:19)
  • Halloween Extravaganza (00:48:43)
    • Stranger Things 2
    • Favorite spooky movies (00:59:45)
      • Classic Horror
      • Modern Horror
      • Family Horror
  • Outro (01:44:43)

THE AMERICAN FILM MAVERICKS – PART 1 OF 2 [ESSAY]

By the 1970’s, the United States had reached a cultural breaking point fueled mainly by the fallout of an assassinated president and an unpopular and aimless war. Film-goers were no longer responding to feel-good escapism, and their wallets demanded more challenging options when purchasing their tickets. The filmmakers of the seventies that spearheaded the response to this increasing demand for more invigorating content would go on to solidify themselves as true legends. They commanded the bravado of this new Golden Age in Hollywood with passion, taking on themes and styles that would have been uneventful in decades prior, impacting the film industry and our culture as a whole for years to come.

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