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Soft & Quiet, The Menu, Sator, and A Wounded Fawn
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Soft & Quiet, The Menu, Sator, and A Wounded Fawn

Episode 209

We’ve got our usual lineup of four movies and a short film this week. We’ll start with “Soft & Quiet” and “The Menu” a couple of shockers from this year. Then we’ll pop back to 2019 and watch the woodsy “Sator.” We’ll finish up with the supernatural “A Wounded Fawn.”

As a bonus this week, we’ll look at :

  • “The Brood” (1979)

  • “Hypochondriac” (2022)

Four years ago this week...

Four YEARS AGO this week, on episode 4, we looked at “Darkness Falls” (2003) and “Hereditary” (2018).

Listen to that old episode here: https://www.horrorguys.com/hg004/.

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