Someone's Watching Me! (1978)

Brush up on your stalking laws because we're heading to the City of Angels to discuss our very first TV movie in John Carpenter's Someone's Watching Me! (1978), which aired on NBC just one month after the release of Halloween!

Join us as we do a crash course on the status of television movies in the '70s before analyzing Carpenter's subversion of the Final Girl trope and then rightfully praising the groundbreaking positive queer representation in Adrienne Barbeau's Sophie (before lamenting her inclusion in the "bury your gays" trope).

Plus, plenty of Scooby-Doo connections, all kinds of gazes, the "right" way to come home from work and the ultimate question: Is Forth Worth, TX some sort of lesbian haven?

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