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Our Favorite Ten and Then Some: The Best Horror Films of 2022

Ep. 30

Juliet and Theresa ring in the new year by discussing some of their favorite horror films of the previous year...in no particular order, of course!


Content warnings: brief mentions of suicide, child abuse and child sexual abuse


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Theme music: "Book of Shadows" by Houseghost (Rad Girlfriend Records)

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