So lengthy November! After a month of seaside vampires in The Misplaced Boys, singing demons in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, homosexual panic voyeurs in Creep, and lesbian Satanists in The Seventh Sufferer, we’re *extra* than able to rejoice the holigays. What higher approach to kick off December than Frank LaLoggia‘s Ardour Play-infused, angelic tackle the rise of the Antichrist, Worry No Evil (1981)?
This movie is principally a mixture of Carrie and The Omen and it’s a doozy. The highschool elements contain Andrew (Stefan Arngrim), a bullied queer-coded teen who’s harassed by Tony (Daniel Eden) and drawn to Julie (Kathleen Rowe McAllen). In the meantime, Margaret (Elizabeth Hoffman) – the reincarnation of the Archangel Mikhail – is tasked with discovering Gabrielle (finally revealed to be Julie) earlier than the rise of the antichrist (Andrew). All the pieces comes collectively on the city’s beachy re-enactment of the Ardour and likewise there are oatmeal zombies.
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Episode 154 – Worry No Evil (1981) feat. Film Oubliette
Gown in your greatest antichrist drag as a result of we’re speaking in regards to the completely wild (and often nonsensical) Worry No Evil (1981). Alongside for the experience are Dan and Conrad from Film Oubliette, making this a very worldwide podcast expertise throughout 4 nations and three continents. C/W: the canine dies.
Up for debate: is that this movie homophobic or is it a condemnation of the damaging results of faith? Is it a Christmas or an Easter film? Is director Frank LaLoggia utilizing the movie to work out some private points? And may we discover one thing good to say about Kathleen Rowe McAllen’s bee-stung lips and atrocious appearing?
Plus: bloody baptisms, satin Grease jackets, gun vaginas, loss of life by dodgeball, animal cruelty, Gynecomastia and Dendrophilia, and plenty of, MANY male asses, together with one Hint deems so excellent, you might maintain a tea social gathering on it.
Cross out Worry No Evil!
Arising on Wednesday: Put together your self for loads of sexual assault (CW) within the really feel dangerous movie of the vacations: David Fincher’s 2011 remake of The Woman With The Dragon Tattoo!
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