Oct 10, 2019
Welcome to our contribution to All The Horror 2019! We hope you check out episodes from the other shows participating this month. It's been a blast! Check the #AllTheHorror hashtag to find more!
This week, we're talking about made-for-TV horror. First Pitney tells us about a few films of Lucio Fulci, the master of giallo horror, and how much he hates Italian children. (This can't surprise you, honestly.) And then we remember our favorite horror from American TV! And later, we dissect Stephen King's IT. Some of our revelations may surprise you!
And in the middle of all this fun we talk about scary vaginas
with Brooklyn's own Ann Fox, the author of The Cat That Caught The
Canary and After Midnight.
Click here to get a copy for your Nook! And you should
definitely follow Ann on Twitter, at @antoinettefoxny!
Promo: Frigay the 13th
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