Montreal’s best podcast remembers that technically this is our Halloween 2022 episode so we kind of talk mostly about spooky movies.


And also spooky international trade wars between the United States and China.




Last episode, we talked about the upcoming Re-Rank of some movies on the list, this episode we talk about it again. We will probably talk about it for the next few episodes and get around to the whole re-rank thing around the winter holidays.


If you, yes you, want some movies to get re-ranked please let us know your picks using this handy little survey. Since we’re too cheap to buy the premium survey features we are making due with what we’ve got so that means you have to pick at least 1 movie from each question, and at most 5 from each. So you need to pick 2 to 10 movies we should consider re-ranking. Use the comment boxes to explain yourself.


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Right. Spooky stuff.


“My Bloody Valentine” is criminally underrated. I think it has worked it’s way into the annals of horror cult cinema but it should probably be propped up a lot closer to the Last House on the Left and Friday the 13ths of this world than it currently is. The fact that it is a Canadian film that is plainly filmed in Nova Scotia is just a delightful bonus. Bottles of Moosehead… everywhere.


There was a lot of backlash surrounding “Hocus Pocus 2” (The Hocus Pocusing) but honestly, it was fine. The original was not that great, and nothing in the sequel seemed that out of touch with the campiness of the original. That said “Hocus Pocus” was never really one of my childhood movies. To some people maybe this feels like the Star Wars prequels. I dunno.


We keep the spookiness rolling in this week’s episode of Garbage Time. We go over some of our Spooky Season go-tos and talk about what movies and TV shows we tend to gravitate too every October. We also have some killer (*dramatic organ music*) podcast recommendations like The Old Gods of Appalachia and The White Vault. If all that sounds like the best (because it is), show your support and head over to Patreon and subscribe at the 9ES Deluxe tier to listen to this and all past episodes of Garbage Time!

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