Author: Spooky Bitch Gang

Static Vision & SBG Present The Devils

Spooky Bitch Gang are proud to co-present a rare screening of Ken Russell’s 1971 masterpiece, The Devils with Static Vision. Friends of the pod Static Vision present their latest film festival Goodbye, Pink Flamingo, a three-day, single-screen event showcasing a global selection of groundbreaking queer, punk, feminist and DIY cinema, curated as a tribute to […]

Episode 56: Giallo

Bongiorno! In this episode, the gang dip their toes into the muddy waters of vintage Italian horror. Is Giallo a flash-in-the-pan, a relic of the past, or a key component of the genre we know and love? Includes discussions of Saw X (2023), Elevator Game (2023), Blood and Black Lace (1964), The Laughing Woman a.k.a […]

Episode 55: Meg 2: The Trench

In this episode we’re talking about the ultra-dumb, maybe-camp sequel to everyone’s favourite giant shark movie The Meg. Is it leaning into the silliness, or too serious for its own good? Only one thing is sure – we know nothing. Also includes discussions of Pearl (2021), Talk to Me (2023) and Dracula: The Voyage of […]

Episode 54: Ghosts

We’re discussing ghosts, wraith, spirits, spectres and phantoms. One of the cornerstones of horror, how did ghosts end up symbolising so much about the human psyche? Includes discussions of The Fifth Thoracic Vertebra (2022), Nightsiren (2022), Insidious: The Red Door (2023), The Innocents (1961), Carnival of Souls (1962), The Haunting (1963), The Stone Tape (1972), […]

Episode 51: Extraterrestrials

The truth is out there, and we aim to find it! In this episode we’re talking about extraterrestrials (a.k.a aliens) and how they contextualise and disrupt our place in the world.  Includes discussions of Evil Dead Rise (2023), The Thing from Another World (1951), Lifeforce (1985), Signs (2002), Dark Skies (2013), Under the Skin (2013), […]

Episode 49: Witches

On this episode, the gang discusses the spellbinding real life and fictional tales of witches. From historical fact to teenage TV witches, who are these powerful women and where do they fit in society? Includes discussions of Toxic Shark (2017), On the Line (2022), Pearl (2022), Jeepers Creepers: Reborn (2022), Häxan (1922) Day of Wrath […]

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