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We are also gearing up for a new podcast episode around the middle of January. We are tackling small screen revenge with Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981) and the aptly titled Shelly Winters thriller Revenge (1971). You can leave feedback through the following means. See you then!
Drink it in! The new podcast episode is here and it’s full of Christmas cheer… and stuff like that.
Join Dan and Amanda and Christmas television expert Joanna Wilson of Christmas TV History for a lively discussion on the British holiday comedy Bernard and the Genie, as well as a look back at some of our favorite holiday viewings!
This episode was the unfortunate victim of wonky Skype, so it’s a bit choppy, and the sound clips aren’t all perfect. Please bear with us, it’s a good time anyway, I promise.
Up next: We’re taking a short sabbatical but returning in January with a double feature all about revenge! The films we’re reviewing are the classic small screen horror tale Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981) and the sadly obscure thriller Revenge (1971)
It’s here! Check out part one of our look at holiday telefilms. We brought along Christmas television expert Joanna Wilson for our retrospective on small screen family dysfunction in Home for the Holidays (1972) and A Very Brady Christmas (1988), and ask the burning question: