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Bloody Date Night

By The Atlantic Transmission

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Description

Liz & Josh are dating. They like each other and they love each other. Where that stops is with Josh's love of horror films. Join them as they cover a different horror film each episode and get the perspective of a horror film buff vs. a horror film novice. Stay until the end to find out if Liz hates one enough to leave Josh.

Customer Reviews

They don’t seem to understand...

I have just started the podcast, and I’m working my way through the backlog, and they don’t seem to understand or even realize subtext in film. The most recent example was them completely missing that the mother in the babadook was the monster. They would say things like “why does she have ink on her hands?” Or “why was there glass in the kids oatmeal?” Or how could she know blank about the monster” Without realizing that the mom wrote the book, and put the glass in the oatmeal. This happens anytime films leave anything vague, and it’s super frustrating. But they are charming otherwise. It just seems they never learned to watch films discerningly, and are only in it for the ride.

Crap

Listening to this podcast is similar to the non-sensical blabber you sometimes have with friends to kill time when you were young and don’t know much about anything else. I find this kind of podcast common and it’s truly sad and frustrating.

I thought they would be discussing intelligently about movies being or having some kind of gravitas but it appears that they don’t. They don’t have any context of the movie they are discussing (e.g. Sleepaway Camp). They sound like a bunch of movie-ninnies who discuss movies just like that 10-yr old cousin you have. I was looking for a podcast that talk about movies where you can learn more about it and this is not it. I understood the movie more than they did. I want to learn more about the movie, instead I learn more and more, as the podcast progress, how much they don’t know about it :(

The one good thing I find in the podcast is Liz isn’t annoying hahah. There are so many females podcasters that I just can’t stand. Liz is lowkey and mellow, live it.

We must be long lost friends

These two Crack me up! They have a similar commentary to what my friend and I banter about when it comes to horror movies (Disco horror is essentially what Prom night is) and their chemistry (for obvious reasons) makes for great flow. Definitely take a listen if you enjoy films in general, even if you're not a horror movie fan their commentary alone will have you laughing.

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