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  • Dracula's Daughter

    Dracula's Daughter

    CTS_ep 166 Dracula's Daughter --

    Episode 166 finds your fair hosts discussing the 1936 classic, “Dracula’s Daughter”. Picking up where “Dracula” (1931) left off, this is one of the earliest examples of a lesbian subtext in a mainstream movie. Before getting into all of that, the guys discuss whether all breeds of dog are to be considered equal and what the hell a velvet buzzsaw is. Will talks about that time someone deposited a couple of headless bodies in the…

  • Suspiria


    CTS_ep 165 Suspiria (2018) --

    Episode 165 takes you back to school. A ballet school. Run by witches. Okay, that may be a spoiler if you live under a rock, but “Suspiria” (2018) took on the task of re-imagining the story of Dario Argento’s 1977 masterpiece of the same name (and similar premise). By the way, February is “Women in Horror Month” and Eujenia returns for a guest spot with your kind hosts. “Suspiria” (2018) is a movie with a…

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  • Ginger Snaps

    Ginger Snaps

    CTS_ep 161 Ginger Snaps --

    Episode 161 is one for the werewolf movie completionist. You want to watch every werewolf movie ever made? Well, then you’re gonna want to watch this one! Unless you don’t like dead dogs in your movies, fake or otherwise. All kidding aside, this Canadian flick has some fun dialogue, cool style choices and gore galore! Ginger Snaps (2000) is one you might want to visit or re-visit, considering how long it’s been kicking around. So,…

  • Terrified


    CTS_ep 160 Terrified (2017) --

    Episode 160 won’t have an eloquent or verbose description. Your dear hosts have to ring in the new year like everybody else, ya know! So, let’s just say we watched an excellent movie and talked about it! Never you mind that there were subtitles involved! This one will creep you out while restoring your faith in the horror genre up-and-comers! Happy New Year, dear listeners!

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