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Ladies of the Fright

Dec 31, 2020

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Show Notes

In this final episode of 2020, we are delighted to welcome Bob Pastorella back to the show to discuss The Beach House! This December movie chat is officially an annual LOTF podcast tradition. Sadly, 2020 did not see a new Ari Aster film. So we asked Bob what his favorite horror films were this year, and then we did a poll on our twitter. Our listeners asked for The Beach House, and we listened.

Listen. Bob Pastorella is a genius. Seriously. He is so smart. Our discussion of this film wouldn’t be nearly as intelligent without his insightful perception—and his thorough understanding of the genre. We had such a great time talking to Bob about this film to wrap up our 2020 lineup.

Find Bob: Website | Twitter

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Well, folks, somehow, we made it: this is the end of 2020. And what a year it has been, for all of us. No matter how this year was for you personally, we can’t imagine there’s a single one of you who isn’t happy to see this year out the door. A new year isn’t some magical reset button—all of the issues unearthed in 2020 (both within and without our control) are still coming with us into 2021. And still, a new year brings a collective feeling of a “fresh start”, so we plan to take it one day at a time and make the most of what we’re given.

We’re planning a really fun, live three-year anniversary episode event that we’ll be announcing details about very soon! And we’ve got a lot of exciting things planned for the show in the New Year. We can’t wait to share more. Until then, we’ll see you in 2021. May it be a better year for us all. Stay dark and stormy!