#36 - Halloween 2021

Episode 36 October 31, 2021 01:32:01
#36 - Halloween 2021
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#36 - Halloween 2021
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Show Notes

We're back! And we're beginning our brand new season with a fun Halloween episode. We share stories about the Deer Woman, we go over the differences between horror and terror, and then wrap it all up by giving some of our favorite recommendations for spooky movies to watch this season. Enjoy!

 Oh yeah! HEADPHONES RECOMMENDED...

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