In this episode, Bee realizes she loves television more than Ryan and Ryan knows he watches more movies than Bee. They also open the curtains on CURTAINS (it's a bad pun and WE'RE KEEPING IT) and explore the weird world of the Canadian slasher that neither had ever seen!
In this Valentine's Day Special, Bee and Ryan come back to the My Blood Valentine franchise to examine the 2009 3D remake! Plus we tangent, as usual, about totally horror related things like Mad Men and how beautiful Holland Roden is. Strap in for this extra length bloody special!
In theme with February, Bee and Ryan delve into the most iconic slasher of the Valentine's Day season, MY BLOODY VALENTINE! We gush over Tragedy Girls, wax poetic about Star Trek and pour our hearts out (horrible pun intended) for the 1981 original cave mining horror flick.
Bee and Ryan discuss Bee's birthday party, how good (and depressing) Black Mirror is and the splatastic gore of the American slasher.
In the first episode of 2018, Ryan and Bee discuss why Marvel's Runaways works, the devastating beauty of Colossal and OH MY GOD WE LOVE HAPPY DEATH DAY.
In our New Years episode, we cover a New Years slasher, on New Years Eve! This week Bee and Ryan take a look at the 1980 cult classic, Terror Train, starring Jamie Lee Curtis and a man with the weirdest mouth in Hollywood.
In the fourth episode, Ryan and Bee take a look at holiday cult classic Silent Night, Deadly Night. They also reveal what they thought of Better Watch Out, why they love Jamie Lee Curtis, and thoughts on movies where dogs die. (Spoilers: we don't want to see them!)
This week, Ryan and Bee take their first dive into a movie that neither has seen with the new Thanksgiving classic, Blood Rage. They discuss awkward nudity, fantastic gore and a whole bunch of cranberry sauce.
This week, Bee and Ryan look at the more contemporary slasher MOST LIKELY TO DIE and delve into how much fashion really means to a killer, as well as pondering the significance of Perez Hilton after the year 2010.
In the inaugural episode, Bee and Ryan take a look at the 1998 post-Scream slasher Urban Legend, how it holds up, and just how damn dreamy Michael Rosenbaum with hair is.