Episode 17

December 21, 2020


Ep. 17: Zero percent juice

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Mark Lewis Corrigan Vaughan
Ep. 17: Zero percent juice
Jack of All Graves
Ep. 17: Zero percent juice

Dec 21 2020 | 01:05:09


Show Notes

We are so, so tired and so, so loopy. Grab a hot beverage, get comfy, and just listen to our tipsy ramblings as we unwind from this hell year. 
[0:00] Mark reads from a metal ass poem by Vernon Watkins about Mari Lwyd
[2:15] welcome to the ‘cast. We had our first JoAG watch-along 
[6:25] Mia Barnes comes back to talk to us again about A Nightmare on Elm Street this time
[24:00] Do we know it’s Christmas after all? Eh. It’s the end of the year and we’re just bullshitting because we’re tired and a little tipsy. Loopy convos include having no sense of what day it is, England’s mutant covid, and the real reason Mark needs Cyberpunk 2077
[30:40] We circle back to #yulecore and what counts under our newly created genre. Films discussed include Batman Returns, Gremlins, Edward Scissorhands, etc. Also, Shane Black apparently only makes Christmas movies.
[49:00] Mark talks about Mari Lwyd and other ways Wales is wild. 
[59:10] We wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year… and also Boxing Day?
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