When Robin Tunney wearing a wig moves to a new Catholic high school she quickly becomes friends with the school's three witches, and together they practice witchcraft for petty personal gain until jealousy between them tears the group apart.
Ryan Sheffield (Craft Fair Games) takes a patient look at The Craft (1996) with us to dig into it's demons, determine whether not this film deserved the R rating it got during yet another era of American satanic panic, and whether or not this was Courteney Cox making a cameo.
Wes Craven sets his creepy gaze on an all American high school in this horror/comedy where a bunch of grown ass adults pretend to be high school teenagers in town where a killer is on the loose, a reporter is on the beat, and the sheriff's deputy is Deweying his thing.
Nate Mckenzie (Garabage-File.com) joins the show via Skype to lift the mask on Scream, a horror movie that's kills off Drew Barrymore in the first few minutes just to let you know that it doesn't give a fuck about tradition.
Newlyweds Geena Davis & Alec Baldwin die in a mild car accident and return as ghosts who attempt to scare away the new owners of their home with fun musical numbers and the help of Michael Keaton acting straight up gross.
Katie Stone (Naughty Bits Podcast) joins the show to discuss the difficulties of the afterlife presented in Tim Burton's Beetlejuice (1988).
This made for TV miniseries based on a novella by Stephen King follows the story of a group of strangers who get lost in time after falling asleep on an airplane. If they want to get back alive they'll have to survive a murderous Bronson Pinchot, chainsaw toothed meatballs that eat yesterday, and a colorful clamshell in the sky.
Caitlin Baumgartner joins us to rightfully ask what the fuck is up with Stephen King's, The Langoliers just days before she marries host of this show Cody Dearing.