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BONUS Marc on Movies (with Kit!) - The Company of Wolves

Marc's girlfriend Kit is a big fan of genre movies. Marc is not. Kit tries to expand Marc's viewing habits into the realms of horror, sci-fi, fantasy and more. On this episode they talk about the 1984 Neil Jordan gothic fairy tale, The Company of Wolves.

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