1980 — Out of the Blue & Hey Babe!: Canadian Youth Rebel
Season 3, Ep. 8
Becky, Cam and Alicia head home with a duo of Canadian coming-of-age films from 1980: the musical Hey Babe! (starring a young Yasmine Bleeth's film debut!) and the Dennis Hopper-directed drama Out of the Blue.
1980 — Gloria & The Long Good Friday: Mob Tales
Season 3, Ep. 7
In the first 1980 episode, Becky, Cam and Alicia go gangster with mob flicks Gloria and The Long Good Friday.
1971 — Minnie and Moskowitz & W.R. Mysteries of the Organism: Class Struggles (feat. Anna Swanson)
Season 3, Ep. 6
Film critic Anna Swanson joins Becky and Alicia to discuss two very different explorations of class struggles from 1971: John Cassavetes' Minnie and Moskowitz and Dušan Makavejev's W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism. ABOUT ANNA SWANSON Anna Swanson is a Toronto-based writer and critic who holds an MA in Cinema Studies from the University of Toronto. Her work can be found at Film School Rejects, The Globe and Mail, Cinema Scope Magazine, and Little White Lies, among others.
1971 — The Tales of Beatrix Potter & Shinbone Alley: Furry Spectacles
Season 3, Ep. 5
Becky, Cam and Alicia tackle a few "creature features" from 1971: The Tales of Beatrix Potter and Shinbone Alley.
1971 — What's a Matter with Helen & Whoever Slew Auntie Roo: The Psycho-Biddy
Season 3, Ep. 4
On the final episode of Shocktober 2021, Becky, Cam and Alicia respect their elders by visiting two "psycho-biddy" flicks that hit theatres in 1971: What's a Matter with Helen and Whoever Slew Auntie Roo?
1971 — Macbeth & The Devils: British Witchcraft (feat. Andrea Subissati)
Season 3, Ep. 3
Something wicked this way comes as Alicia, Becky and special guest Andrea Subissati (Rue Morgue and The Faculty of Horror podcast) head to the U.K. to revisit two controversial films from 1971: Roman Polanski's Macbeth and Ken Russell's The Devils. ABOUT ANDREA SUBISSATIIn 2010, Andrea’s masters thesis on the social impact of zombie cinema was published under the titleWhen There’s No More Room In Hell: The Sociology of the Living Dead. Since then, she has been published inThe Undead and Theology(2012),The Canadian Horror Film: Terror of the Soul(2015) andYuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film and Television(2017). She joinedthe staff ofRue Morguemagazine in 2014 and became Executive Editor in 2017. In addition to writing, Andrea has appeared on the TV horror documentaryWhy Horror?(2014) and is co-founder of the Toronto-based horror lecture seriesThe Black Museum. Follow her onTwitter,FacebookandInstagram.
1971 — Daughters of Darkness & Let's Scare Jessica to Death: Adapting Carmilla (feat. Kat Ellinger)
Season 3, Ep. 2
Kat Ellinger (Editor-in-Chief of Diabolique Magazine) joins Becky and Alicia to talk about two Carmilla adaptations from 1971: Daughters of Darkness and Let's Scare Jessica to Death. ABOUT KAT ELLINGERKat Ellinger is the Editor-in-Chief at Diabolique Magazine, and the co-host of their Daughters of Darkness and Hell's Belles podcasts. She has also written for BFI, Senses of Cinema, Fangoria and Scream Magazine, and provided various home video supplements, commentary (including Blue Underground's 4K Ultra HD version of Daughters of Darkness and Imprint's Bluray of Let's Scare Jessica to Death), liner notes, on camera interviews and audio essays, for a number of companies including Arrow Films, Kino Lorber, Indicator, Second Run and Cult Films. Kat is the author of Daughters of Darkness (Devil's Advocates, Auteur), and All the Colours of Sergio Martino (Arrow Films).