Horror Movie Pairings for Pesky Moods

I’ve been a bit… emotional lately, to say the least, in ways that I’m sure have absolutely nothing to do with the current socioeconomic state of affairs or my recent surgery to treat a chronic condition that may soon be even more difficult to treat thanks to a certain SCOTUS ruling that I won’t rehash right here right now. At one point I remarked to Trav that a certain terrifyingly CGIed human-vampire hybrid baby and epic-though-imaginary battle would probably turn my gloomy mood on its head. And boy, did it.

This got me to thinking: if my existential slump could be comforted by whatever meaning Breaking Dawn Part 2 tried to attribute to life, what other movies are just waiting in the wings to rescue us from the brink of emotional extremism?****

****Dear god, please do not confuse anything in this article for any kind of professional medical or psychiatric advice.

Imposter Syndrome

If you’re anything like me immediately seek therapy then you’ve surely at some point convinced yourself that whatever you have achieved in life is the direct result of people misinterpreting how awesome you are (not).

Let me first share with you the best advice for reframing my thoughts that I ever received. When I say something to myself that borders on the harsher side I ask how I would feel if someone said this to my best friend. If they’d be catching some hands, then I know I probably shouldn’t say those things about myself, and that it’s probably my depression goblin seeking his own validation.

Once you’ve tentatively made the deal with yourself to chill the f*** out, throw on some Bloody Murder (2000). We covered it on our most recent Tubi or Not To Be and I honestly found myself falling in love with this movie. It is immediately evident how many movies it is pulling from, most obviously Friday the 13th, which itself was an attempt to recreate the success of Halloween. Bloody Murder is fun, and more importantly it shows us that you don’t have to be the first or the best at doing something to be successful – you just have to be able to do it. There are people out there who will appreciate it.


Maybe everything feels kind of pointless tonight. Like, yea you’ll eat dinner – but who really cares what? It’ll be the same shit you’ve had on rotation for months. Nothing’s bad, but nothing’s great. Rinse and repeat for the other tasks, chores, etc. in your life.

I present to you: Society (1989). Without giving anything away, you’ll find yourself whispering whatthefuckwhatthefuckwhatthefuck even after the credits have rolled. Watching this film is a brand new experience and the aura of, ahem, newness will stick with you and shake things up for a while.


Not all feelings are bad. Sometimes you’ve had a great day: you ran out of bubble gum but it’s okay because you kicked ass. I know this blog post aims to pair movies with pesky moods, but is it not pesky to not be able to ride that kind of emotional high?

While it may be an obvious choice coming from me, but I’m gonna need you to throw on some Scream (1996). This is the movie that ushered in a new era of self-referential teen slashers because it knows how to have FUN. And if you want to keep feeling like you can conquer anything, who better to spend your time with than Sydney Prescott?

How Horror Makes Me a Better Person

This past weekend we attended the second annual Joe Bob’s Jamboree – our second convention, first drive-in experience, and the long-awaited chance to finally meet some of our online friends in real life. While we were there, similar to our experience at our first Scarefest in 2021, I was continually struck with how welcome and at home I felt. Everyone was friendly in a comfortable way – the kind of way where you know what to expect from both the conversation and the gaps in conversation alike. It is a community that speaks in a shorthand that, when you’re on the inside for long enough, you forget isn’t commonplace. We don’t have to explain what a giallo is or that Basket Case is a cult favorite movie or why it is so important to your collection to have the explicit puzzle that you fully intend to douse in fake blood.

I think a kind of magic appears in these settings. When you don’t have to break the ice you can get right down to the heart of it all, and at our hearts we are people that are so into what we love that we are willing to spend hundreds of dollars and travel hundreds of miles to come together and celebrate for far too short a time. We all wanted it to be a successful celebration, and to that end we were offering each other free drinks, standing in line for one another, complimenting shirts that may evade the appreciation of the folks in our daily lives.

By the way, this goes for attendees and celebrity guests alike.

Kelli Maroney with a classic

Having felt so embraced by people that I regard so warmly makes me want to pass along such a welcome. I want to invite people into this world. I want them to know they are valued in every conversation we have. And this community – the horror community – grounds me in this endeavor more than any other group I am a part of.

Are there cliques? Of course, because we are human and the odds make that inevitable. Are there jerks? Again, of course. And we all know there is discourse in the horror community. Hell, the whole purpose of WYLFSM is a tongue-in-cheek approach to discussing what makes a good/shit horror movie. If you’re reading this, then hopefully you know by now that Trav and I celebrate the horror genre as a whole and feel that every movie belongs, even if we don’t personally love it.

with Felissa Rose

This is the energy we try to give to the horror community as we participate and as we invite others in. Lately I find myself carrying this mindset into other areas of my life as well. The world is far too big and diverse a place to decide that only my own perspective, wants, and experiences should matter. We should celebrate daily and delight in one another’s happiness.

I know that there are other groups, communities, fandoms, etc. that offer this kind of refuge or sense of belonging. I’ve gone to football games in groups in a mixture of both teams’ colors. I’ve gotten caught up talking sewing projects with total strangers in the craft store during a fabric sale. I absolutely live for a show-specific shit-posting page. So no, this phenomena isn’t unique to horror. But I think there is something poetically beautiful about a bunch of weirdoes being brought together by their love of gore, terror, schlock, shock, and tasteful/tasteless nudity who work to make the world a little nicer and brighter.

Mutant FAM

Ti West’s X really does mark the spot


Would it be hokey to call X x-cellent?  What if I call it sex-cellent?  Can any review of a throwback grindhouse homage to The Texas Chain Saw Massacre telling the story of a group of would-be pornographers murdered in their rental home by the home’s sexually-and-otherwise frustrated owners be hokey?

Ti West is an artist.  That has always been clear.  House of the Devil is one of Trav’s favorites, and we both had a great time with The Innkeepers.  We were immediately sold on X from the moment we heard it was marking West’s return to filmmaking.

This movie moves briskly for a Ti West venture without losing any of the character development or atmosphere for which he has become known.  The movie truly becomes special though, in my opinion, with the introduction of Pearl.  She wastes no time in telling Maxine to embrace her youth, beauty, freedom, and vitality.  The point is driven home in a beautiful montage set to Fleetwood Mac’s Landslide.

What makes X such a haunting movie are the very real human paranoias at play: aging, the loss of control of our bodies, worrying that we have missed our big opportunities in life, what sexual freedom means for an individual and what it means for those with whom an individual engages.

This film, in a genre known for sexual exploitation, rapid-fires a nuanced discussion of sexuality at its audience while fully embracing every trope it can.  It then dedicates equitable and graphic screentime to the older couple’s sex scene.  Without that equitable focus and balance, the theme of the film would have definitely veered off-course.

I enjoyed X so thoroughly that I almost became distraught at the Pearl trailer at the end, but I remain hopefully optimistic that the prequel will live up to its predecessor.

January Cosplay: Judy (Sleepaway Camp)

I love a mean girl, and Judy from 1983’s Sleepaway Camp is near the top of my list. Since I had so much fun dressing up for Scarefest, I decided to give myself an excuse to do it more often by doing monthly cosplays. Of course I had to kick it off with my girl Judy, portrayed phenomenally by Karen Fields.

Granted, my wig was $4 and the volleyball is one of Talia’s toys wrapped in some embroidery fabric. But I feel pretty happy with the outcome from a fairly DIY approach to newbie cosplay.

Special shout out to Trav for getting me the shirt (which has been in my wish list forever) for my birthday.

Talia is a ham for the camera, but since she does a damn fine Angela impression we let her in on the photo shoot too.

As a family, we thought a bit of lipsync would be fun too. You can find that on our Instagram page (@leastfavoritescarymoviepodcast).

Kirby versus Randy?

The pre-Scream 2022 debate makes no sense, and I’m tired of pretending it does.

We’re starting 2022 off strong with the release of the new Scream movie this weekend.  Because our opening night experience for Halloween Kills was so disastrous (my first rule for a horror movie: shut the fuck up in the theater), we will not be seeing it until the Saturday matinee.  As such I’ve decided to celebrate today by weighing in on the topic everyone has decided to pounce on during their personal Scream-a-thons this week:  Randy versus Kirby.  Who would you save?  Who should survive?  Who do you like better? 

And after some thought, I have one question:  wut? In a franchise that challenges so many characters with the oft-quoted query “What’s your favorite scary movie?” why are we comparing the deaths of two characters whose only true commonality is their love of horror movies?

Comparing Randy to Kirby is comparing apples to oranges, Sidney to Dewey, Black Christmas 1974 to 2006 to 2019, my well-worn Doc-knockoffs to a pair of sassy little black pumps.  We can debate our favorite and least favorite of the two, but they serve entirely different purposes.  It’s the same as comparing any two deaths in the franchise.  And m a y b e that is what is happening for a majority of the folks weighing in on the subject.  But so many of the arguments I’ve seen are comparing the two as though they are equivalent characters (e.g. calling Kirby a Randy clone), so while the great Randy v Kirby debate has opened up a lot of discussion about what we do and do not like in a character (or horror fan (or ourselves)) in general, a direct comparison is not fair, accurate, or adequate. 

The comparison makes sense at first glance, because they are both characters that are very vocal about not only their love of horror movies, but their extensive knowledge of the genre.  Where most people seem to be drawing the line between the two is that while Kirby is willing to talk to anyone about spooky cinema, Randy is always talking at people.  Think back to the climactic party in 1996, when Randy sits a group of his peers down to watch Halloween during a party.  (I mean, I’ve been there so I’m not going to fully judge him, but it wasn’t a group decision.)  He then pauses the movie to lecture in his infamous Rules of Horror monologue.  Again, I fully love this scene.  It is iconic.  But you have to admit he’d be exhausting to be around for any extended length of time. 

More importantly, this scene IS Randy’s purpose – he is setup guy.  He’s letting us know what to expect, gearing us up for the big finale.  Think back to Crazy Ralph telling Annie about Camp Blood:  boom, setup for what happens in the finale.  Or, god help me, Loomis warning everyone that Michael can and will go on an unstoppable killing spree.  And what does ol’ Mikey do?  But since this is a meta-commentary on horror, the setup is completely, overtly self-aware.  It pokes fun at all the horror tropes while letting us know we’d still follow them… with a twist.  Not only do we see the consequences of breaking these rules, but as the designated harbinger Randy is  not taken seriously even though he ends up being completely right. He goes on to give us this Very Simple Formula again and again in parts 2 and 3, with the sequel and trilogy rules respectively.

Who gives us the rules for a “scream-make” or “shriek-quel” in Scream 4?  Not Kirby.  In the ongoing debate everyone seems to forget about Woodsboro High Film Club’s president:  Robbie Mercer.  You know, the guy with a camera strapped to his head that forces everyone to talk about horror on his terms?  The guy who makes his love of film his entire identity?  The guy who goes to parties but seems to not really love the whole “party” thing?  The guy who dies while spouting off the rules of horror? 

This is where I keep getting stuck on the topic.  But the Randy-Kirby comparison bothers me for another reason as well.  Whether intentional or not (and I really, truly believe it is unintentional), there is an undercurrent of misogyny to this notion.  Because beyond suggesting that Kirby is Randy 2.0, several people suggested that Randy actually paved the way for Kirby.  Randy is abrasive, a bit socially inept, and bases his sense of self around his love of cinema (no judgment from the co-owner of a horror site, just making a point).  He works at the video rental store (a few times) and begins studying film theory as an undergraduate student.  And while there are other layers to his character, he pushes the film buff thing to the foreground.

Kirby is a character that happens to love horror.  It’s a hobby, it’s an interest, it’s a connection point for her to other people, but it is not the only way she relates to other people.  And I probably would make the argument that this is a maturation of the Randy character if it were not for Robbie.  Because Robbie shares the rules of horror, Robbie’s only point of connection to other people is talking about movies, and Robbie runs the film club and annual Stab-a-thon.  It feels patronizing, like the expectation is that a woman who is a fan of anything cannot and should not be aspirational.  She has an interest:  good for you hun!  That’s more than enough.  And I am not saying that they should have made Kirby’s entire identity her love of horror – in fact I think it is important that they don’t because it allows her space to have other interests and become a much more dynamic and nuanced character.  I think it’s awesome that she has such a breadth and depth of knowledge without making it her only personality trait.  But from the current online discourse, it just feels like there is a bit of a double standard or lowered expectations here based on gendered lines.  Almost like the opposite of the “fake gamer girl” or “Oh yea?  Name 3 songs by [band shirt that you’re wearing]” phenomena.  Like, fuck, let women like stuff the same as men. 

However, I do believe Kirby is a scream-make/shriek-quel parallel of a character from the 1996 original, one Tatum Riley.  If Jill is the new Sid, then it tracks that either Kirby or Olivia would be the new Tatum; it isn’t just Olivia’s early-ish out that clinches it for Kirby.  They both take no shit from anyone – including Dewey (see:  Kirby nearly crashing into him at the beginning).  They’re both fiercely protective of their besties (Tatum brushing off Gale, Kirby brushing off Trevor).  Each refers to The Voice as “Mr. Ghostface.”  Where do they find themselves at the climaxes of their movies?  At the only-youth-feel-this-invincible curfew busting parties.  They both hook up with the sidekick killers.  Kirby is imbued with this horror knowledge as a play on the meta-commentary that this new entry in a franchise has to be stronger, smarter, and bigger.  What makes the new Tatum the new Tatum?  Knowledge of exactly what is going to happen to her, so she can fight it off with her knowledge and her I-can’t-be-bothered-with-this attitude, whereas Tatum fought her best fight with the latter only.

There are a lot of reasons why I prefer Kirby over Randy and would rather her appear in multiple sequels, and I am willing to make space for the people that prefer Randy to Kirby.  But let’s not pretend that this conversation makes any actual sense if we don’t start comparing every character against each other.


Wait, should we do a Scream franchise death bracket?

Horror Inspired Makeup: Ghostface (Scream franchise)

Hey pals! If you’ve followed our social media pages (and if not – you can find links on this website!) then you know that I like to do semi-regular posts about horror-inspired makeup looks, SFX, and various planned and unintentional cosplays.

We thought it would be fun to share a little bit more of the behind-the-scenes information on the creation of these looks here on our website. Our hope is to be able to share these on a weekly basis, switching between the 3 topics regularly.

In honor of the impending release of the new Scream entry, this week’s horror-inspired makeup look is based on Ghostface.

Inspired by the iconic mask, I wanted to do an exaggerated eye, lip, and contour.

Some of the looks I do are more casually wearable than others. This week probably leans more toward an editorial style, because I knew we would be sitting around the house and watching movies. But would I wash my face if we needed to run to the store unexpectedly? Probably not.

Will I do another dramatic wing when we head out for opening weekend? Most likely.

Products used:

  • Benefit Porefessional Primer
  • Hard Candy Glamouflage concealer in Ivory
  • Wet n Wild Photo Focus foundation in Soft Ivory
  • Bare Minerals Original Mineral Veil
  • Morphe 06CF contour and highlight palette
  • Tart Amazonian Clay bronzer in Park Ave Princess
  • NYX Control Freak eyebrow gel
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Ebony
  • LA Colors Jumbo Eye Pencil in Sunglasses
  • Hard Candy Stroke of Gorgeous longwear eyeliner in Almost White
  • Lorac Pro eyeshadow palette
  • Benefit BadGal Bang mascara
  • Ardell Lashgrip
  • Kiss lash Couture in Gala
  • Douce blush (sample – unsure of shade)
  • Storybook Cosmetics Hunger Games highlighter in Girl on Fire
  • NYX Matte Lip Liner in Dainty Daze
  • Wet n Wild Liquid Catsuit in Shady Witch

Scream Screen 2021: Week 5 (10.29-10.31)

10.29: Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)

Trav’s pick

Rating: What Halloween party shenanigans are you pairing with this entry in a classic franchise?

Jess: I’m going with some sort of drinking game, cuz it’s just fun.

Trav: Telling scary stories, cause some people don’t like that, but dammit I enjoy it!

10.30: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

Jess’s pick

Rating: What dance move are you pairing with this horror musical?

Jess: A split – always impressive and a big hit.

Trav: The twist. Every dance in this movie just gives me rest kinda vibe.

10.31: Terrifier (2016)

Trav’s pick

Rating: What Halloween costume are you pairing with this Damien Leone entry?

Jess: Anything with a twist on a classic, cuz we’ve seen scary clowns but this movie is truly its own.

Trav: Is it cheating if I say clowns? Obviously this is a clown movie, but when a clown costume is done juuust right it is a magnificently creepy costume.

Scream Screen 2021: Week 4 (10.22-10.28)

10.22: Sinister (2012)

Jess’s pick

Rating: What cheesy home movie trope are you pairing with this deadly home possession flick?

Jess: For what I think are obvious reasons, I’ll pair this with the cheesy shots of children bickering and the parents teasing them about it.

Trav: I’ll pair it with pulling out that old tape and playing something you don’t remember or recognize. That confusion plays big time with the films found in Sinister.

10.23: 13 Slays Till X-Mas (2020)

Neutral/dual pick – Scarefest screening

Rating: What holiday tradition will you pair with this indie anthology?

Jess: Putting up decorations, because it’s fun and sometimes ends in despair.

Trav: Playing games on Christmas Eve with the family. Having everybody’s input creates a lot of fun and each person brings something different to the table.

10.24: Don’t Fuck in the Woods (2016)

Trav’s pick

Rating: Pair this indie offering with another activity you shouldn’t do in the woods.

Jess: Hike alone in the snow in the woods. IYKYK.

Trav: Go hiking all by yourself and suddenly second guess yourself as your ride leaves not noticing you made a terrible mistake….IYKYK

10.25: The Burning (1981)

Jess’s pick

Rating: What camp game are you pairing with this Savini-led practical fx fest?

Jess: We had a super long mudslide that went down into hill into the lake. It was simple, but effective, and more than a few people wound up with cuts and scrapes.

Trav: Hide and seek. Yeah it’s an old and predictable game to play but damn is it fun.

10.26: Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama (1988)

Neutral/dual pick

Rating: Pair this 80s schlock with another game best played drunk.

Jess: Darts, which I think is just as dangerous with no demon involved.

Trav: Having participating in Scarefest’s Throwing Axes with the Killers I’ll go with Battle Axe Throwing. Beer is indeed served there, and much like this movie things can get very nasty there (potentially).

10.27: The Funhouse (1981)

Trav’s pick

Rating: What carnival game pairs well with this Tobe Hooper thriller?

Jess: Literally any of them cuz THE GAME IS RIGGED.

Trav: The ring toss, cause as easy as escaping looked in this movie, the reality is it’s much more difficult than you think.

10.28: The Expelled (2010)

Jess’s pick

Rating: What class pairs best with this British horror?

Jess: Gym class, which is when I was always my most frightened yet most primal.

Trav: History class since both involve me being entertained by some fucked up stories.

Scream Screen 2021: Week 3 (10.15-10.21)

10.15: Halloween Kills (2021)

Neutral/dual pick – highly anticipated release

Rating: There is great discourse on this movie. What seemingly innocuous yet unpopular opinion do you have that matches well with this recent blockbuster?

Jess: Bearing in mind we live in the South: cornbread is gross.

Trav: Relevant since this is a Halloween, but weird since this used to not be the case with this movie: but Halloween 3 is not good.

10.16: Midsommar (2019)

Jess’s pick

Rating: What ritual/common practice would you pair with this modern cult-centric classic?

Jess: I would pair Midsommar with fireworks, because it is both beautiful and horrifying.

Trav: People singing along to Rocky Horror in theaters. Similar to the premise of this film, I’m just surprised so many people buy into it yearly.

10.17: Kill Theory (2009)

Late night Tubi pick

Rating: What theory pairs perfectly with this low budget slasher?

Jess: Any of the theories in “I’ve got a Theory” in Once More with Feeling.

Trav: The theory that people in power in this world are space lizards. Mostly cause both are entertaining in a very dumb way, but incredibly stupid in some way too.

10.18: Evil Dead 2: (1987)

Trav’s pick

Rating: GROOVY BABY. What catchphrase would you pair with this Raimi-Campbell camp classic?

Jess: “Alright alright alright.” That’s how I feel when I watch this.

Trav: OH, behave! – Mike Myers to Ash, probably.

10.19: Freaky (2020)

Jess’s pick

Rating: Pair your ideal body swap with this recent horror comedy.

Jess: I imagine swapping bodies with Mark Hamill is how watching this movie feels: unexpectedly powerful and with the potential to host many sequels.

Trav: Swap me with Michael Cera cause that would be horrifying somehow.

10.20: Scream 3 (2000)

Neutral/dual pick

Rating: What other good thing comes in threes?

Jess: Our pets! Some might think the 3 of them together are overwhelming but they make our lives better for existing.

Trav: 3 Pack movies. Most recently we picked up the Rob Zombie triple feature, including House of 1000 Corpses, Devil’s Rejects, and 3 from Hell. Good shit.

10.21: Rob Zombie’s Halloween 2 (2009)

Trav’s pick

Rating: In honor of the last act happening in RHPS costumes, what character would you pair this Zombie outing with?

Jess: Eddie, cuz from the day she was born Laurie was trouble.

Trav: Also Eddie cause Meatloaf is another musician involved in horror. Like Rob Zombie, obviously.

Scream Screen 2021: Week 2 (10/8-10/14)

10.8: The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs: Halloween Hoedown (2021)

Neutral/dual pick – highly anticipated release

Rating: Shudder and TLDI Crew brought us a double feature of Angel and Terror Train. In the spirit of lovingly curated pairings, what classic pairing would you pair with this pairing?

Jess: It’s salty, it’s sweet, and it brings me great comfort – just like my beloved pairing of Wendy’s fries dipped in a Frosty.

Trav: The movies in this special weren’t bad, but I didn’t like them as much as I wanted to. This special thrived when the guests were on screen talking about film and the occasional Halloween Kills discussion. So I’ll pair it with something that sounds good in theory, but I don’t like as much as I wanted to. And that would be professional sports and basketball, so tge NBA. College ball is just more entertaining.

10.9: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Meyers (1988)

Trav’s pick

Rating: Because Trav gets such a “fall feeling” from this film, what classic fall activity would you pair with this attempted revitalization at what was seen to be the heart of the Halloween franchise? (We will get into Halloween 3 in the new year.)

Jess: This movie has Jamie Lloyd, but it also has Loomis. So I guess it’s like drinking apple cider with a bit too much cinnamon.

Trav: I suggest watching this movie while painting/carving pumpkins because the opening scene will immediately put you in the mood to get those fall decorations out.

10.10: Sorority Row (2009)

Jess’s pick

Rating: What cliche college memory are you pairing with this campus slasher?

Jess: I’m going to go with a wild party. You have plenty of them, but you still have a good time.

Trav: Eating food from the cafeteria after a night of drinking. Sure it’s not the best, but sometimes it hits the spot when you need it to.

10.11: Vigilante (1982)

Trav’s pick

Rating: We discovered while watching this movie that Jess can’t recognize landmarks, so what notable landmark are you pairing with this grungy 80s vengeance story?

Jess: I’ll go with Niagara Falls, because I’m pretty sure I’d recognize it, but there are a lot of other waterfalls in the world. I really liked this movie, but called out a lot of other movies it reminded me of during.

Trav: Central Park, cause this movie takes place in New York City and allegedly that place can get very gritty at night like this movie does.

10.12: Jennifer’s Body (2009)

Jess’s pick

Rating: What late-aughts single pairs perfectly with this late-aughts demon fest?

Jess: I will always fuck with Curse of Curves by Cute is What We Aim For, and even though this is my first viewing I will always fuck with Jennifer’s Body.

Trav: You Only Live Once by The Strokes. It hits hard like this movie and kinda applies with the only living once part, except that kinda doesn’t happen in this movie but oh well.

10.13: Final Destination (2000)

Neutral/dual pick – naughty podcasters did not manage their time and needed something familiar on while finishing everything up for this week’s episode

Rating: Double feature! Pair this movie that launched a franchise with another movie featuring one of FD’s stars.

Jess: I gotta go with an Ali Larter double feature and pair this with Legally Blonde. I think I deserve bonus points because her character names are related, too – Clear Rivers and Brook Taylor Windham.

Trav: Tony Todd may play a very minor role in Final Destination, but his scene had a lot of impact. So obviously I’m gonna choose him in his most notable horror role, Candym-psych! Imma give it to Hatchet, where he plays Reverend Zombie, another minor yet impactful character.

10.14: Videodrome (1983)

Trav’s pick

Rating: What late night TV channel/program pairs perfectly with this Cronenburg masterpiece?

Jess: This feels like when I would fall asleep watching some random channel while in a hotel room on vacation, then wake up in the middle of the night, be very confused by what is on but ultimately intrigued to the point that I stay up to finish watching it, look it up so I know what it is. and make Trav watch it with me in full the next day.

Trav: This is like the paid programming slot on Adult Swim, which very much NOT paid programming, but in fact very creepy and surreal horror such as Too Many Cooks and Unedited Footage of a Bear. Yeah that’s Videodrome.