102: Burnt Offerings (with Ryan Spindell)
Well that's it. The excitement of Episode 100 is behind us. Back to business as usual with this one, EPISODE 102!
Our guest this week is the director of the amazing short THE BABYSITTER MURDERS and the Glasgow Frightfest 2020 selection THE MORTUARY COLLECTION...
It's Ryan Spindell!
His chosen film? Burnt Offerings!
I will preface this with a comment. I KNOW. I know that this film is not a bad film by any stretch of the imagination. What it IS, is an excellent film in need of some love and one that everyone should see.
It's a twist on the to-good-to-be-true haunted house movie which stars Oliver Reed, Karen Black, Bette Davis and Burgess Meredith!
The synopsis is as follows:
Ben and Marian Rolf can't believe how cheap the rent is at their giant Victorian summer home.
Over time, however, they begin to sense that there's something peculiar about the place. Marian becomes strangely obsessed with keeping house, Ben finds himself prone to unusual bursts of anger and his vivacious aunt Elizabeth becomes withdrawn, then mysteriously dies.
As the couple tries to adjust, they wonder if the house itself could be responsible?
Huge thanks to Ryan for joining us! Follow him on Instagram HERE!
Also, massive thanks to Mike Muncer, host of the amazing EVOLUTION OF HORROR PODCAST for his opening message!
Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.
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Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain.
Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart/Mitch Bain
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