Halloween is just ’round the corner and though for many of us that is a time to get all costumed up and eat tonnes of candy, it is also a great reason to watch loads of horror films, while still eating tonnes of candy *of course*. In this episode, the chicks list down their favourite movies about things that go bump in the night. Psychos, killers, slashers, ghosts, witches, creepy children, government agents- we’ve got it all! Enjoy…
00:00 – 02:53- Chick-chatter
02:53 – 03:31- Trailer
03:31 – 14:37- Interesting Movie of the Fortnight
14:37 – 52:00- The chicks list down their top 3 horror films
52:00 – 56:38- Plugs and Goodbyes
Songs: Psycho Killer, The Talking Heads The City Of The Dead, The Clash Across The Universe, Laibach
For our next episode, we will celebrate Noirvember with a neo-noir that you, our listeners, choose for us. We’ve narrowed it down to one from each decade since the 60s. Please vote!
Which Neo-Noir Should the Chicks Discuss in the Next Episode?
With Gone Girl on everyone’s mind, the chicks decide to look at the earlier work of David Fincher. Join us as we go through the filmography of Hollywood’s reigning king of thrills and oh so cool film-making and share our thoughts on it.
(Note: We had some technical difficulties with the recording of this episode so it might not be very smooth to listen to but we hope our enthusiasm for the director and his work makes up for it. Thank you for bearing with us.)
00:00 – 02:22- Chick-chatter
02:22 – 02:53- Trailer
02:53 – 08:59- Interesting Movie of the Fortnight
08:59 – 55:11- Main discussion- the Fincherspective
55:11 – 59:35- Plugs and Goodbyes
Suit & Tie, Justin Timberlake ft. Jay-Z
Across The Universe, Laibach
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