It’s a gruesome but uplifting conversation. This week we’re discussing horrific accidents people have experienced that did incredible trauma to their bodies, and why their survival is kinda inspiring.
[0:00] Mark and CoRri visited the Wychbury Monument last week. CoRri explains the cryptic graffiti on its face, and the probably false but very entertaining story behind it.
[19:29] CoRri processes what the fuck was happening with the UK’s covid situation
[29:55] We take the rare time to talk about current events, including bodies found in the search for Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie, and the tragic death of director of photography Halyna Hutchins on the set of Rust.
[45:40] Mark’s son Owen joins us to talk about Arachnophobia
[58:10] We dive into what we’ve watched this week
[1hr17] Mark continues his quest to be on a watchlist by expressing his glee at the impending death of the Queen
[1hr22] We discuss the absolutely devastating physical trauma the human body can endure and manage to recover from
Hey friends. Wanna hang out? Let’s just kick up our feet and talk about some movies and stuff. It’s spooky season after all, and we’re just a week out from our very first in-person JoAG. Come have a seat on our podcast couch and chill.
[0:00] We shoot the breeze about Mark’s habit of buffering, non-lethal weapons, and other topics of great importance
[8:00] We get into what we’ve been watching, bangers and bummers alike
A friend of the ‘cast mentioned that crimes that happen in rural locations are often much more interesting than the humdrum every day incidents in big cities, so we took a look at some stories that could only happen in those wide open spaces.
[0:00] Mark tells CoRri about people who feel compelled to eat non-edible things
[15:00] Mark’s kid probably has Covid, we’re obsessed with the new theme Halloween Kills theme song by Ghost, Hunter’s Moon, and the Child’s Play Cinematic Universe is more impressive than people give it credit for
[34:40] The results of our experiment about playground songs
[38:25] We talk about some interesting crimes that could only happen in the more rural parts of the world
Don’t forget to pick up My Sister, The Serial Killer from Gibson’s Bookstore (with a 10% discount if you mention us in your order notes), your local bookstore, or your public library for our next book club!
As we’ve said time and time again, there’s no end to the horrors of nature. This week we’re delving into the wild ways members of the animal kingdom have evolved and learned to defend themselves against predators and unwanted advances.
[0:00] Mark tries to convince terrified-flyer CoRri that sometimes plane crashes can be funny
[12:55] Mark’s got a new positive character arc for season 2 of JoAG, and CoRri’s basement is still garbage. But hey! Go write us a review on Apple podcasts! US store | UK store
[23:30] We get into the movies we’ve watched this week
[43:00] There are a lot of bonkers way animals defend themselves in the wild, and we want to talk about them
Don’t forget to check out the info on our book club on our website! We’re meeting September 25th to talk about A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay!
It’s been a rough week as Tropical Storm Ida left CoRri swimming in her basement. We get into what it’s like to weather a natural disaster, and then we’re joined by Tara Court of The Killening podcast and horror/sci-fi author David Court to talk about FrightFest and the new movies you should be looking out for.
[0:00] CoRri forgot to research a cold open because her house flooded in Tropical Storm Ida
[16:56] We recap our watch-along and ask for your questions for our favorite boffin
[26:30] We discuss what we’ve watched this week
[36:00] We’re joined by podcaster/radio host Tara Court and author David Court to discuss Frightfest
[1hr17] Do movies have to be seen in the theater to be enjoyed properly?
Some toys are horrifying because they’re simply unsettling; others are horrifying because they maim and even kill. We’re taking a look at some memorable offenders of both kinds.
[0:00] CoRri answer Mark’s question from several weeks ago: Is there a disorder that can make you fearless?
[23:00] We jump straight into some JoAG therapy. We’re having a hard time, friends, but we’re doing our best.
[29:15] To top off our own personal issues, we discuss some terrible news from the UK about a mass shooting and terrible news from the earth about
[37:50] We haven’t watched much this week, but one of those things was Robocop and we take a little bit to rave about it, as well as chat a bit about SurrealEstate and a good monster-of-the-week story.