This week we talk as little as possible about that one scary thing that happened this week, continue what may be the best or worst themed month we’ve attempted yet, discussing Turkey’s own Nessie, and review Bryan Bertino’s mother, daughter, creature feature, The Monster.

Also, we were lucky enough to talk to Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff Jr, the creators of The Monster‘s monster, as well as some of the most famous animatronic atrocities in modern history.


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    November 17, 2016 at 1:07 PM

    I thought about you guys when I heard about the Overlook Film Fest. I don’t know if you dug around but when they originally announced that, the Stanley still had their 2017 Film Fest listed, for that same weekend, so that was weird. But they just cancelled it. Here’s a little more info about what happened with that.

    I loved the SFF, but it’s good to know the folks involved are responsible for this new one. I hope to go!

    • Byron McKoy
      November 22, 2016 at 4:51 PM

      Oh, wow! Thanks for the info. Yeah, Stanley was such an amazing experience, and we’re all beyond excited. COME SAY HI!

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