Episode 13 – The Burning & Sleepaway Camp

We’re at HorrorHound Weekend and have a fellow conventioner (Josh) join the show, the Fist of Fury story, Russ reveals more details about his marriage, the group works on a definition, movie teenagers aren’t teenagers, is doing the opposite of a trope still a trope?, bad decisions in horror movies…again, Justin is very proud of his synopsis but isn’t sure if he liked the movie, second reference to slapstick for no reason, confusing scenes confuse the group, Justin’s favorite comeback ever, Josh watches Baywatch, Sleepaway Camp is basically Jaws, number one worst fake mustache of all time, what’s with all the underage nudity in Russ’s movie selections?, Justin may not know what camp means, but Josh definitely doesn’t know what satire means

Next week: The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976 & 2014)

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