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Six women. One book. And a demon from hell. This is Calling Darkness, an audio drama that follows the mishaps of six girls who inadvertently summon a demon and have to deal with the chilling consequences. Calling Darkness is a horror comedy show from the pens of NoSleep writers S.H. Cooper and Gemma Amor, showcasing many familiar voices from the horror podcasting world. Get ready for twists and turns, shocks and surprises, special guests and terrible jokes.
 
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Let's take it all the way back to Spooky Empire in Tampa on Nov 3, 2019 and hear what your hosts have to say about one of our favorite topics—women in horror. __ SHOW INFORMATION Instagram: @EverythingTryingToKillYou Twitter: @horrorshowgirls Facebook Page: @EverythingTryingToKillYou Facebook Group: @EverythingTryingToKillYouGroup Email: Everything…
 
This week's horror pick: Ginger Snaps (2000). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary, answer questions like: is werewolfism the best metaphor for the transition to womanhood, or is actually something more disgusting and monstrous? Did we all just pierce the hell out of our abdoments in the year 2000? Have you followed Zena Dixon, Real Queen of Horro…
 
This week's horror pick: Annihilation (2018). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary, answer questions like: if you have Forrest Whitaker, what else do you need? Would anyone care about this story if it were all men instead of all women? When did you say "oh snap, it's gonna be THAT kind of movie?" Don't forget to check the link to our Bookshop belo…
 
This week's horror pick: Angel Heart (1987). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary welcome back our friend, Clay McLeod Chapman, to answer questions like: is this whole "Satan Shoes" thing just an elaborate ploy to promote Clay's new book? Is Mickey Rourke hot in this (because we are a house divided so please settle it for us)? Does the cheeseball …
 
This week's horror pick: The Others (2001). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary welcome back our friend, Andrew Farmer, to answer questions like: would you want to live in a future dominated by Taco Bell? Did you take a hint from the bloodcurdling shriek that opened the movie, or were you still surprised at how scary it is? How on earth do you bu…
 
This week's horror pick: Eve's Bayou (1997). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer questions like: Why on earth would you marry someone whose previous bajillion spouses have died? Why are none of these adults capable of having an appropriate conversation with a child? So ... did Sam Jackson do it or nah? __ SHOW INFORMATION Instagram: @Every…
 
This week's horror pick: Ganja & Hess (1973). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer questions like: How long should one date someone before it's prudent to cook for them? How is this vampirism different from most vampire lore? Wait, what the hell happened to Archie? __ SHOW INFORMATION Instagram: @EverythingTryingToKillYou Twitter: @horrorsh…
 
This week's horror pick: The Love Witch (2018). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary talk with their lovely guest Adam Peacock from the podcast My Neighbors are Dead. They answer questions like: What is the best outfit in this film? Would you get married at the Renaissance Faire? And, what if you brought a Witch Bottle to the Antique's Road Show? …
 
This week's horror pick: Horse Girl (2020). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer questions like: Is Sarah really sleepwalking? What is a human thermometer? How can we get men at large to behave more like the men in this film (minus Brian)? __ SHOW INFORMATION Instagram: @EverythingTryingToKillYou Twitter: @horrorshowgirls Facebook Page: @Ev…
 
This week's horror pick: Jurassic Park (1993). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer questions like: does this movie hold up? Is it horror? Is it because of the score? What was wrong with the triceratops? Is this film better than the book? Links: Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton Our Bookshop affiliate page… where you can buy ALL the books w…
 
This week's horror pick: His House. Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer questions like: can one ever steal a child ethically? How soon can we expect to see Wunmi Mosaku in every single thing ever all the time always? Should we be hearing these whispers the subtitles insist are there? Links: The BIFA awards nominees Remi Weekes on Why 'His …
 
This week's horror pick: Mothman Prophecies (2002). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer questions like: what is the appropriate reaction to hearing a prophecy? Why the film named after the mothman when the prophetic being is Indrid Cold? How is this a Christmas movie? Links: The Mothman Prophecies by John Keel Passport to Magonia by Jacque…
 
This week's horror pick: Thirst (2009). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer important questions like: What is it about immortality that makes humans evil, even if they don't want to be? Why are those sex scenes so fraught? How do vampires have sex if they don't have a heartbeat, and would Anne Rice answer our letters about it if we asked n…
 
This week's horror pick: The Djinn (2013). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer important questions like: What the hell, Tobe Hooper? How is there even fog in the desert and why was it not a sandstorm? Does this dude not realize that's his demon mom he's flirting with in this elevator? What Are Jinn: The Arab Spirits Who Can Eat, Sleep, Hav…
 
This week's horror pick: The Descent (2005). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer important questions like: what dirty joke would you tell your friend to distract her from her panic attack? Who gave Juno the AUDACITY? How was Gollum the answer to "what makes it worse when it can't get any worse?" __ SHOW INFORMATION Instagram: @EverythingTr…
 
For this special birthday episode, Mary Kay McBrayer, Rachel Estridge, and Mary Beyer exchange gifts and read the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark that they wrote especially for one another. Links: Where to buy Paper Mache Mask Patterns Spectral Evidence by Trista Edwards; Trista Edwards’ candle company Marvel + Moon Hail Dark Aesthetics Alex Vinc…
 
This week's horror pick: La Llorona (2019). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary, answer important questions like: how much do we care when bad dudes get sick? Where the hell does La Llorona come from? What business does Alma have lookin' so damn fly? Links: Beloved by Toni Morrison "La Llorona" by Chavela Vargas "La Llorona" by Lila Downs __ SHOW…
 
This week's horror pick: the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974). Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary welcome on guest and voice actor Kelly Nugent. They answer important questions like: Why does Franklin even consort with these SOBs? How did they pull off the feel of ungendered violence with such incredibly phallic weapons? Will we ever eat …
 
This week's horror pick: Beast. Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary welcome on the lovely hosts of P.S. I Love Rom Coms, Allie and Mia. They answer important questions like... what horror heroine do you channel? Is this a "beauty and the beast" retelling? Is Pascal desirable? Beast (2017). Links: "The Bad Graft" in Orange World by Karen Russell B…
 
This week's horror pick: No Country for Old Men. Our hosts, Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer important questions like: why isn't Javier Bardem responding to Mary Kay's texts? What even was the end of this movie? What response to that hair would be appropriate? Whose picture is next to the dictionary definition of "BDE?" What would you ask the hit …
 
This week's horror pick: Jeepers Creepers. Our hosts Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer important questions like: What would Kermit the Frog look like with a J. Crew model’s head? Wait—is this monster just Mothman? Can we give this movie credit for anything at all? Which hill WILL Rachel die on? What the hell are any of these characters ever doing? …
 
This week's horror pick: Poltergeist. Our hosts Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer important questions like: Do rabbits wear blazers? Is Mary’s brother a serial killer now? Are any of these men good for anything? How much authentic ectoplasm is Mary Kay experiencing? What’s your death plan—mummification or starring in a blockbuster? And of course, a…
 
Welcome to Everything Trying to Kill You, the comedy podcast that talks about horror movies! In this episode about Teeth, your hosts Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer important questions like these:What is your favorite nonsensical evolutionary trait?...By Mary Kay McBrayer, Mary Beyer, and Rachel Estridge
 
Welcome to Everything Trying to Kill You, the comedy podcast that talks about horror movies! In episode 67 about Robert Zemeckis’ 2000 film What Lies Beneath, your hosts Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary bring on the guest of a lifetime, Andrew Farmer!By Mary Kay McBrayer, Mary Beyer, and Rachel Estridge with special guest Andrew Farmer
 
Welcome to Everything Trying to Kill You, the comedy podcast that talks about horror movies! In episode 65 about Cloverfield, your hosts Mary Kay, Rachel, and Mary answer important questions like these:DID YOU BUY MARY KAY'S BOOK, YOU SONS OF BITCHES?...By Mary Kay McBrayer, Mary Beyer, and Rachel Estridge
 
In this surprise mini bonus episode, Mary Kay McBrayer, Mary Beyer, and Rachel Estridge host one chapter of the audiobook that Mary Kay wrote and narrated, America's First Female Serial Killer: Jane Toppan and the Making of a Monster. If you like what...By Mary Kay McBrayer, Mary Beyer, and Rachel Estridge
 
Welcome to Everything Trying to Kill You, the comedy podcast that talks about horror movies! In episode 59, about Ari Aster’s Midsommar, your hosts Mary Kay, Mary, and Rachel answer important questions like these:What country (besides Sweden) are you...By Mary Kay McBrayer, Mary Beyer, and Rachel Estridge
 
Welcome to Everything Trying to Kill You, the comedy podcast that talks about horror movies! In episode 51 about Stacie Passon’s adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s novel, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, your NEW host Rachel Estridge, and ongoing hosts...By Mary Kay McBrayer, Rachel Estridge, and Mary Beyer
 
In this episode, Mary Kay McBrayer and her former students Caitlin Hobbs, Emily Rubin, and Salina Shanks all present live on a panel about The (Anti)Heroine and Her Journey in Contemporary Horror Films (live from the PCAS/ACAS Conference in Wilmington, NC).By Mary Kay McBrayer, Caitlin Hobbs, Emily Rubin, and Salina Shanks
 
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