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Listen in as Aimee & Carly discuss horror, sci-fi, and thriller films that are currently available on your favorite streaming sites.

June 29, 2017

Ep 39: The Conjuring’s

Ooooooooooh (*scary ghost sounds*)This week on the 39th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast, The Girls discuss 'The Conjuring' (1 & 2). While constantly fighting the good and bad of these films The Girl's both agree they are worth your time. Aimee cries about using 'The Clash' in a travel to London montage, and Carly argues against 'The Conjuring' as a title. Also, Aimee raps and acts and Carly laughs at her expense.

Trailer Trashtalk Segment: “Geostorm” – Theatrical Release Date: doesn't matter.

Social Media Question of the Week Segment: Which Conjuring Universe home would you spend the night alone: Amityville; Perron House; Enfield House or The Warren's? Why?

Watchahead! July is BLOOD IN THE WATER MONTH! We start off this series next week with: “Jaws” and "Shark Night 3D"

June 24, 2017

Ep 38: “The Fog” & “In the Mouth of Madness”

Welcome! Welcome, to the 38th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! This week The Girls discuss a couple of John Carpenter's less popular films: “The Fog” and “In The Mouth of Madness”. Despite some loud background fans, the girls muscle through and finish off the show with Carly's thoughts on "47 Meters Down" and they share their thoughts on the new "Orange is the New Black" season.

Trailer Trashtalk Segment: “Flatliners” - Theatrical Release September 29th

Social Media Question of the Week Segment: John Carpenter holds a gun to your head and asks what your favorite movie is, how do you respond?

Watchahead for Next Week: "The Conjuring" (1 & 2) Both Available to stream on HBO Go and HBO Now

June 15, 2017

Ep 37: ‘Clown’, and ‘Dead Silence’, and ‘It Comes at Night’, Oh My!

It's the 37th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! This week The Girls discuss a couple movies that don't shy away from killin' off some kids - “Clown” and “Dead Silence”. The Girls also spend a considerable amount of time trying to figure out how many months are in winter which is fun... Later in the episode Carly and Aimee disagree on their feelings for "It Comes at Night" with a quick spoiler free review during the show, and a spoiler filled discussion after the music at the end of the episode.

Trailer Trashtalk Segment: “It Stains the Sand Red”

Watchahead for Next Week: "In the Mouth of Madness" streaming on Hulu & "The Fog" (1980) streaming on Shudder

June 8, 2017

Ep 36: Demonic Possession “Ava’s Possessions” & “The Last Exorcism”

Welcome to the 36th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! This week The Girls delve into the world of demon possession when they discuss “Ava's Possessions” and the popular found footage film “The Last Exorcism”. Also, Carly expresses her joy over the new Wonder Woman film, and Aimee gets really mad at "Angel".

Trailer Trashtalk Segment: “The Beguiled” with a June 30th release date

Final Girls Social Media Question of the Week: You’re on a perfect date when the person tells you that they were possessed by a demon but they're "OK now" how do you proceed?

Watchahead for Next Week: "Clown" & "Dead Silence" both currently available to stream on Netflix

Ava's Possessions Interview (as discussed on this episode): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jK0vvoKJYTQ

June 1, 2017

Ep 35: Is Wax Horror a Thing? Waxwork & House of Wax

Welcome back & thank you for downloading our 35th episode Lovelies! This week on Final Girls Horrorcast The Girls celebrate "wax horror" when they throw respect to the 80's cult classic "Waxwork" and the possibly underappreciated "House of Wax" from 2005. Also, Carly throws some shade at Alien Covenant and Aimee laughs through the final 5 minutes of the episode for some reason.

Trailer Trashtalk Segment: “Camera Obscura” with a June 9th release date

Final Girls Social Media Question of the Week: If u were part of a horror themed wax exhibit what would it look like and what would you be doing?

Watchahead for Next Week: “Ava's Possessions” available to stream on Netflix & “The Last Exorcism” streaming on Hulu & Amazon Prime.