Minisode 100: The Hundredth
Wow. Exactly two years to the day since we released MINISODE 0... here we are now on Minisode 100!
What a strange and bizarre ride it's been so far and we want to thank YOU, the listener, for without you, what would be the point in any of this? We also want to thank all of our guests for taking a punt on this sill show. Every. One. A. Hero. Massive thanks too to all the festivals, PR firms and distributors (particularly our pals at Arrow Video) for their support.
You're all amazing and this means the world to us both.
So that's the first 100 (or 212 if you include this one, all the other minisodes and bonusodes). Here's to the next hundred. I hope you join us.
Topics this week include Russian madness in director Kirill Sokolov's outstanding feature debut WHY DON'T YOU JUST DIE?, Mitch continues CURSED FILMS with better results and Shudder exclusive short film BLANKETYY, there's news on Smoky Thriller Fridays and Mitch continues his 90s side-quest with BODY BAGS!
Also, there's another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES!
Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below...
We also announce the film and guest for this week's main episode. It's something a little bit different...
In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week!
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