Show Notes

In a special Halloween themed episode, things get spooky as we talk about the myriad of horror documentaries available online, review 78/52: Hitchcock?s Shower Scene and Chris interviews Kimberly Reed of Dark Money.


Group Review Documentary:

78/52: Hitchcock?s Shower Scene (2017) / USA (Director: Alexandre O. Philippe ?Producers: Robert Muratore, Kerry Deignan Roy)

Available to stream on Hulu, Google Play, YouTube & Amazon


Film Featured in Interview Portion:

Dark Money (2018) / USA (Director: Kimberly Reed, ?Producers: Kimberly Reed, Katy Chevigny)

Available to stream on Google Play, YouTube & Amazon


Other Documentaries Mentioned:

Beware the Slender Man / 2016 (Director: Irene Taylor Brodsky)

Caniba / 2012 (Director: Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Verena Paravel)

Dark Tourist / 2018 (Director: Colin Rothbart, Zoe McIntosh, Justin Hawkes, Ian Hart, Paul Horan, David Farrier)

The Devil We Know / 2018 (Director: Stephanie Soechtig)

Doc of the Dead / 2014 (Director: Alexandre O. Philippe)

Faces of Death / 1978 (Director: John Alan Schwartz)

Haunted / 2018 (Director: Jan Pavlacky)

Haunters: The Art of the Scare / 2017 (Director: Jon Schnitzer)

Haxan / 1929 (Director: Benjamin Christensen)

Hell House / 2002 (Director: George Ratliff)

Inside the Criminal Mind / 2018 (Director: Max Serio)

Killer Legends / 2014 (Director: Joshua Zemen)

Making a Murderer / 2015 (Writers: Moira Demos, Laura Ricciardi)

The Nightmare / 2015 (Director: Rodney Ascher)

The Rachel Divide ?/ 2018 (Director: Laura Brownson)

The Staircase / 2018 (Director: Bryan Gildner)

They?ll Love Me When I?m Dead / 2018 (Director: Morgan Neville)

TVTV: Video Revolutionaries / 2018 (Director: Paul Goldsmith)



00:45 - Intro discussion about Horror Documentaries

20:35 - Group review of 78/52: Hitchcock?s Shower Scene

32:15 - Chris Interviews Kimberly Reed of Dark Money

50:30 - Doc Talk


Hammer to Nail Links by Christopher Llewellyn Reed:





Artwork by Hilary Campbell

Intro music by Jeremiah Moore

Transitional music by BELLS (thanks to Christopher Ernst)