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What's the difference between riced and mashed? And what's in the boooooox? Join Kirsty Logan and Heather Parry to lovingly dissect the best and worst Serious Little Mermaid vibes, special occasion briefcases and blowing your wad about sea witches — it's the queerest Point Horror we've read so far, The Surfer by Linda Cargill!
Jaxxxon RimRock, a talking horse and several pyramids of tinned corn — we've got a secret to leave on your answering machine, and it's all about My Secret Admirer by Carol Ellis! Itty-bitty shark attacks, MC Hammer pants and too much queer subtext to fit into one closet — get your chartreuse bikini on for R. Stine's Beach House! You know, the house on the beach Point Horror, Goosebumps, Horny cornflakes, being grimly public and why Heather won't save you if you get kidnapped — do you remember Amnesia by Sinclair Smith?
Gaslighting in creepy hospitals, trying to figure out Wolverine's name and being hot so Jump-scares, fake-outs and a wendigo carrying the head of Wendy from The Shining — just when we thought R. Stine had scraped the bottom of the barrel, he dredges up Call Waiting! Point Horror, Goosebumps, Fear Street, slasher films — we love it all Sexy gargoyles, going deeper into caves, and a love interest with an 'unusual' problem — it's our best babe C.
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Train-patterned coffins, laughing like a cave and shouting out your own name during sex — it's tall, it's husky, it's musky: it's The Train by Diane Hoh! Follow on Twitter teenag Dog-themed restaurants, being in church pantos and aaaaaall the queer subtext — it's one of our favourites, Sinclair Smith, with The Waitress! Middle-aged menaces, missing the clap cue, and far too much dogging — it's our first ever live episode, and we've got our pumpkins ready for Trick or Treat by Rickie Tankersley Cusick!
Queer subtext, a tentacle calcium monster, and an inflatable sumo suit with Ariana Grande's head — it's Peter Lerangis's The Yearbook! Is it actually about a yearbook? Spoiler: no. Point Horror, Goosebumps, Fear Street, slasher films — we love it a An empty sarcophagus, a dumb jock boyfriend, a girl falling in love with a long-dead Egyptian prince — did Barbara Steiner's The Mummy get ripped off for the movie The Mummy?
We're calling it: yes! Point Horror, Goosebumps, Fear Street, slasher Getting that D, internal burps and being as hot as a hot closet — we're back with the O. We're back! Did you miss us? We missed you. Luckily there's a whole new season of Point Horror joy to share. We've got stupidly-named dudes, an excess of muffins, and prank calls that are genuinely scary — it's The Mall by Richie Tankersley Cusick!
We've cried, we've laughed like windchimes , we've consumed far too much gin and made far too many dick jokes — yes, the time has come, it's the end of Season 1! Who was the meatiest Meat Loaf?
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Pterodactyl poisoning, secret attic journals and a waste of honey — it's a whole lot of fun in Funhouse by Diane Hoh! Sharing a ski-slope with the boys' school, Victorian melodramas and a love interest who wears silk vests and eats tears — your favourite pair of redheads pair up for Twins by Caroline B. Point Horror, Goosebumps, Fear Street, slasher films — Sexy dreams, nap avoidance and characters called Rrraquellllle and Maxxxxx — let's all wake up to Dream Date by Sinclair Smith!
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