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Spooky Tuesday is a weekly horror movie podcast hosted by three girls who love fake blood, making everything gay, and Matthew Lillard! We’re breaking down all of our favorite slashers, thrillers, monster movies, and black comedies on the new scariest day of the week. Hosted by Monica Heidt, Chelsea Duff and Sydney Thompson. Follow Spooky Tuesday (@spooky_tuesday) on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok!
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Where were you that April if you weren't seeing Disturbia (2007) in theaters? It was the year of Shia, and a new creepy classic was emerging out of the mid-aughts. This flick is a quintessential millennial movie, an updated take on Hitchcock's Rear Window (though legally we should warn you that we're not speaking literally, because there's like leg…
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They didn't put an extra ~camp~ in the title for nothing! Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers (1988) is the sequel that did the absolute most by doing the absolute least. What this movie lacks in plot, it makes up for in pizzazz — and "party hats" galore. Seriously, it has its own in-universe Tit Patrol, and business is booming at Camp Rolling Hills…
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Stuck in that post-Pride slump?? Don't worry, Spookies, we've got just the thing to pick you right back up. If you're also feeling like it's been too long (one whole week!) since we last indulged in a themed event here at Spooky Tuesday, you'll be glad to hear we're keeping the party going with I Know What You Did Last 🤘 SUMMER 🤘!!!!!! In case that…
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This Pride Month, we've been messy. Toxic. Filthy. And now it's time to get a little... kinky. Grab your leather and your spikes, Spookies, because we're summoning the Cenobites with Hellraiser (1987). Written and directed by Clive Barker, the author of the original novella it was based on, this flick kicked off a major horror franchise — and it wa…
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There really is no way to describe John Waters's work other than queer, which is why Pink Flamingos (1972) had to be our third Pride Month pick. An indie made on a shoe-string budget and starring drag icon Divine as the "filthiest person alive," this flick truly pushes the envelope, and it doesn't matter if we're talking poop, penises, or poultry. …
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The Pride parade continues with our second pick of the month, and things are really heating up here at Spooky Tuesday. If you were worried this year's lineup wasn't queer enough, then you can put those fears to bed and wake them up with an egg-white omelet, because Love Lies Bleeding (2024) is dangerously gay and disgustingly sexy. Featuring Kriste…
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Happy Pride Month, Spookies!!!! It's officially time for us to be our best, most canonically queer selves, and we're kicking off this year's line-up with a supernatural classic: Interview with the Vampire (1994). If you're not watching the TV show, you totally should be, but first we have to pay our dues to the OG Lestat de Lioncourt. Tom Cruise is…
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Of course we saved the best for last for Mommy Issues May! For our latest theme month's grand finale, there was only one real option for what to cover, and we knew we wanted to do it up right. That's why we invited some new friends to join us for a stay at the Bates Motel as we talk with Spooky Chicks & Horror Flicks about all things Psycho (1960).…
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Would a month-long slate dedicated to horror movie mothers be complete without Rosemary's Baby (1968)? In keeping with the mommies-with-issues aspect of Mommy Issues May, this week's Spooky Tuesday is all about the Mia Farrow flick and the legacy it has left behind. This film has had a massive influence on the genre — and it's also been associated …
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When we realized we were going to have the chance to record another in-person episode during one of Sydney’s LA visits, we knew we had to choose our movie with care — but we’re not sure Brahms: The Boy II (2020) met us with the same love. Though its predecessor was one of our most hotly-debated episodes way back in Season 1, we knew the sequel woul…
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It's so unfair that we only celebrate mommies one day out of the whole year, so we here at Spooky Tuesday are taking the initiative to up the ante. This month, we're proud to present Mommy Issues May, a four-week slate of episodes dedicated both to mommies with issues and those who have issues with their mommies (because we're inclusive like that).…
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Do you know what time of year it is, Spookies? It's the fifth Tuesday of April — and the last Tuesday before May. If you know what that means, then you and Chelsea must seriously be on the same wavelength, because this week's episode of Spooky Tuesday has been years in the making. In honor of the bonus episode slot that happens to fall before the f…
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The 1970s version might not have Nic Cage, but The Wicker Man (1973) has everything else. Nudity? Check. Singing? Check. Ancient Pagan rituals, haunted candle hands, and all the canned food you could dream of? Check, check, check! What more could you want, really? Well, if you're main character Sergeant Neil Howie, probably to lead a good Christian…
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Late Night with the Devil (2024) is making waves as the newest found-footage, real-time feature in horror, but does it live up to the hype? And what’s up with that AI art controversy? We sat down in front of our TV sets to see what the deal was for ourselves, but we think we might’ve gotten a little sleepy halfway through — or did anyone else hallu…
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Remember that pigeon pin we put in our Possession episode? Well, we’re ready to circle back to that, because we’re noticing some similar themes between that movie and what we’re covering this week. On a new Spooky Tuesday, we’re venturing back into the woods with Honeymoon (2014), Leigh Janiak’s directorial debut starring Rose Leslie and Harry Trea…
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It's no trick (and not just because April Fools' Day was yesterday): We really are doing Jurassic Park (1993) on our latest episode. Though many have questioned whether or not the Steven Spielberg classic technically counts as horror, we're ready to put the matter to bed, tuck it in tight, and wish it sweet dinosaur dreams... or at least terrifying…
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First things first: Everyone say, "Happy Birthday, Monica!" For our special girl's special day, we decided to do a very special film. This week on Spooky Tuesday, we're covering Possession (1981), the video nasty that made waves at Cannes... and then promptly got stuck in the vault. Starring Isabelle Adjani and Sam Neill as a couple whose marriage …
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Did anyone else just get the strangest craving for pizza? We could use a little snack here at Spooky Tuesday, especially since we've got nothing to do for the rest of the night besides play the harpsichord, try on other people's glasses, and snoop through this big old house while babysitting some old lady. Oh, yeah — and we're watching The House of…
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Whom among us hasn't considered answering a Craigslist ad for a little extra cash? Sure, there's always a risk that things might get weird, but what could really go wrong? Just kidding. We've seen the Lifetime movie about the Craigslist killer — and now we've also seen Creep (2014). The ultimate in low-budget horror, this found footage story shows …
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We know it’s only Tuesday, but could you tell us we’re your favorite podcast in the world? We think we need you to say it every morning from now on, especially this week while we cover Death Becomes Her (1992). This goofy black comedy features Oscar winners Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn as passionate frenemies — and Oscar-winning special effects whe…
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Obsession Month may be almost over, but if Lisa Frankenstein (2024) has taught us anything, it's that not even death is permanent. For our last episode all about love that crosses the line, we knew we had to cover Diablo Cody's new horror romance. Starring scream queen Kathryn Newton and a nearly mute Cole Sprouse (possibly the ideal Cole Sprouse),…
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Do you have what it takes to be a staurrrr? We're ready to be discovered here at Spooky Tuesday — and so is a certain little farm girl who knows how to dream big and smile even bigger. No one loves her more than herself, though, and that's what makes Pearl (2022) the perfect pick for Obsession Month. On our newest episode, we're talking about the X…
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Would it even be legal to do Obsession Month without putting Obsessed (2009) on the lineup? We knew we had to include this movie as soon as we came up with February's theme, and it doesn't disappoint. Or, uh, it actually might if what you're looking for is a horror flick that inspires genuine fear, but if all you need is Queen Bey, a little camp, a…
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February is all about the romance — and when you combine that with horror, too often you end up with something that looks a little more toxic. That’s why we’re dedicating these next few weeks to all things Obsession, and we know just how to kick this theme month off. This week on Spooky Tuesday, we’re covering Misery (1990), the Kathy Bates classic…
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Is this week a Fifth Tuesday? Is Saltburn (2023) a horror movie? Spookies, those questions are more for you than for us — but we do have a lot to say this week. Like, A LOT. Somehow, without really meaning to, we accidentally talked for almost three whole hours about Emerald Fennell’s newest film (and actually, if you count the bits that we cut out…
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It's that time of year again — Matthew Lillard's birthday!!! We knew we had to celebrate our spooky king in style, and we had just the movie to help us do it. A long-awaited adaptation of a much-beloved video game franchise, Five Nights at Freddy's (2023) made quite the stir when it hit theaters last fall. We don't know about you, but our social me…
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Forget the beach that makes you old — it's all about the pool that haunts you. Orrr maybe not? Night Swim (2024) is the recent release that made more of a ripple than a splash. Starring Wyatt Russell and Kerry Condon, this flick has been a little divisive among audiences. Is it the kid horror movie we need? Or did it get caught into the PG-13 trap?…
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It's more than a little unfortunate that when you ask someone if they've seen Frozen (2010), you have to first clarify that you don't mean the Disney princess movie. Once they ~let it go~, though, they just might discover that this flick is worth a watch in its own right. On a new episode of Spooky Tuesday, we're hitting the slopes to find out what…
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If what you wanted for Christmas was a whole bunch of jokes about male genitalia, well, you must've been a very good little Spooky this year! For our latest installment of B-cember — and our last episode of Spooky Tuesday until 2024 — we decided to spice up the season with Santa's Slay (2005), a holiday horror featuring wrestling star Goldberg as J…
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Ready for more B-cember, Spookies? Well, you'd better be, because for our second week of B movie December, we're going bigger and better than ever. On our latest episode, we're diving into Grindhouse (2007), an ode to the double features of horror history. Featuring a ton of your favorite celebrities and with a whole bunch of spoof trailers sprinkl…
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It's a B-cember to Remember here at Spooky Tuesday! To finish the year in festive fashion, we decided to do one last lil theme month and dedicate December to B horror movies, so of course we had to start with a classic. Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) may have marked the end of the monster movie era, but it laid the ground work for a whole bu…
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You know we ~love~ a theme month here at Spooky Tuesday, but TBH we sort of stumbled on Novembleak on accident. Horror movies aren’t exactly cheery as a genre, but our lineup this month has been particularly… well, bleak, and 28 Days Later (2002) is no different. With some scenes that look a little *too* familiar now that we’ve experienced a pandem…
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Malignant (2021) didn’t make the best first impression for us here at Spooky Tuesday — so we were a lil nervous to revisit it on our latest episode. But with Thanksgiving right around the corner, we could think of no better time to cover such a family-focused flick, and boy are we glad we did. Now that we’ve done our horror homework by exploring mo…
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You know that thing we always say about getting caught up in the apocalypse? Well, The Mist (2007) is exactly the movie to make us rethink that take — but the censored version available on streaming is definitely testing our resolve. We knew we were in for Lovecraftian horrors, but we didn't realize made-for-TV profanities would be one of them. Tha…
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It’s just generally good life advice to not commit a crime while you’re in the middle of committing a crime — and the same basic principle applies to haunted houses. If you’re putting one on, maybe consider hosting it in a place that doesn’t come with preexisting supernatural lore. Unfortunately, that was a lesson that had to be learned the hard wa…
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Anyone up for a Midnight Margarita? We're breaking out our cauldron and brewing up some delicious cocktails in honor of a new Spooky Tuesday. When we realized we had a Halloween Fifth Tuesday on our hands, we knew we had to pick something special — and Practical Magic (1998) is a movie so perfect that it's almost like we made a wish for it way back…
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Should we have saved Suspiria (1977) for pride month? Rumor on the street is that this is a low-key lesbian film... which actually makes a lot of sense when you consider that, in a way, maybe all witch movies are. But while it doesn't actually include any footage of women kissing, Dario Argento's masterpiece is still a visual delight. Just peep all…
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It’s giving Disturbia. It’s giving Scream. It’s giving Bram Stoker’s Dracula and The Lost Boys and Mom’s Got a Date with a Vampire. And it’s most definitely giving Vincent Price. Make no mistake, though — Fright Night (1985) is absolutely iconic in its own right. A creature feature where each and every vampire gets their own special set of teeth, t…
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Spookies, we probably don’t need to tell you that some fuck shit goes down in Hereditary (2018). If there’s one thing most people know about this movie, it’s that — but if you don’t know, well, you might want a heads-up before you watch. On our latest episode, we're talking about the instantly iconic A24 horror, a.k.a. the project that kickstarted …
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Good evening, Spookies. We hope you're hungry, because we've cooked up a very special episode for our Season 4 premiere, and it goes great with some fava beans and a nice Chianti. This week on Spooky Tuesday, The Silence of the Lambs (1991) is what's on the menu. One of the most iconic horror classics of all time, this flick swept the 1992 Oscars a…
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CRAZY! Pervert Ghost Hand Possesses Teens! (Prank!) (Gone Wrong!) (Gone Real?!) It’s the viral new video everyone is ~talking~ about — and after debuting in theaters this summer, Talk To Me (2023) is now officially available to watch at home. With A24’s latest release doing numbers and maybe even kicking off a new franchise, we knew we had to get i…
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Girls trip!!! Who's ready for a lil weekend away with the ladies? We know we are, and we've got the most exciting destination in mind: It's a cave!!! In the middle of the woods!!! Can you imagine anything better? It's the perfect place to relax, kick back, and maybe even meet a whole new crew. They say the more the merrier, right? Does that still a…
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Can you be a girl's girl if you're killing other girls? Are we the ones not standing in feminine solidarity when we try to bring down a girl boss whose passion just so happens to be serial killing? These are the important philosophical questions we must ask ourselves on the Influencer (2023) episode of Spooky Tuesday. A Shudder exclusive that didn'…
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Rise and shine, Spookies. You’re probably wondering what movie we’re about to cover. Well, I’ll tell you what it might be. It’s taken almost three years of intense planning and rigorous diorama-making, but at long last we’re ready to dip our toes into that one particular franchise. You know the one. Finally, we’re facing off against Saw (2004), the…
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It's no Twilight, but we still need to talk about The Host (2013). No, not the Bong Joon Ho horror — we mean the Stephenie Meyer movie adaptation. That's right, it's time for another Fifth Tuesday, a.k.a. one of our non-spooky bonus episodes, and given that this film features a bonafide intergalactic invasion, we knew it would be the perfect way to…
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Art is all about engaging with the big questions in life, and when it comes to Signs (2002), the M. Night Shyamalan movie is no different. This early aughts sci-fi flick invites important conversations about predestination versus free will, what sins can truly be forgiven, and whether or not being obsessed with female Olympians makes you, as a woma…
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Here’s the thing about Mars Attacks! (1996) — it’s not giving Tim Burton. We’re dedicating our third installment of Alien Month to the notoriously spooky director, but this flick is a little different from his most famous material. Though it includes a few CLEAR references to his earlier work, it’s missing his trademark emaciated waif aesthetic, is…
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Ever heard of pwdre ser? Good, then you can help us figure out how to pronounce it. On a new episode of Spooky Tuesday, Alien Month continues with The Blob (1958), a vintage horror flick based on a true story (or at least true science). Though this movie comes highly recommended by Chelsea’s mommy, it will also win over just about any audience memb…
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Which came first, the alien or the egg? Alien (1979) may have raised that question, but Aliens (1986) takes the investigation a step further as they tack on an S and get into the plurals. And boy are we getting into the plurals. This August, we’re all aliens all the time here at Spooky Tuesday, and when we came up with the idea for Alien Month, we …
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What’s better than watching Betty White curse out a bunch of cops? We can’t think of much — other than getting the chance to gush about it for an hour and a half. And we knew that if we were going to do that, we had to bring in the experts. So we invited Out on the Lanai, the first Golden Girls podcast, to join us on a new Spooky Tuesday as we cove…
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