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 This week the regular goons are joined by writer/director Chad Crawford Kinkle. They discuss his films Jug Face and Dementor as well as diving into Folk Horror in General. There's a great conversation about casting and what it's like to work with Larry Fessenden, Sean Young, Sean Bridgers and other great actors. After wide ranging, and insightful interview, Chad sticks around to discuss Clearcut with the gang. Is Graham Greene a Tulpa? Do we learn any lessons? Does Nate learn the wrong lesson? You'll have to watch to find out!

Bonus: Maybe Josh walks across screen without pants!

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