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We all die in the dark

 The Bloodfest idiots were supposed to record with Lauren Ashley Carter (The Woman, Jug Face, Artik), but she had to reschedule at the last minute, so they called up their friend Morbid Lydia and decided to just talk without any plan. Films discussed included the outstanding found footage horror: The Outwaters, Classic Lucky McKee and Jack Ketcham horror The Woman, and more. 


Anyway, it was a weird one. 



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