Gaylords of Darkness
5 months ago

Episode 16 - Fancy a Peep at Me Bloomers?

Episode 16: Fancy a Peep at Me Bloomers?

It's lesbian vampire week at Gaylords of Darkness! Stacie and Anthony sink their fangs into The Vampire Lovers (1970) and Daughters of Darkness (1971) before they are undone by this week's listener question.

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5 months ago

Episode 15 - Six of One, a Honeypot of the Other

Episode 15: Six of One, a Honeypot of the Other

This week the Gaylords take on two totally-the-same-but-very-different movies featuring predatory lesbians, deceitful boyfriends, killer ghouls, creepy Catholics, evil apartment complexes, and puritanical sex panic! It’s The Sentinel (1977) and Lurkers (1988) — don’t touch that dial and don’t mind Beverly D’Angelo!

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5 months ago

Episode 14 - Mistress Loretta's Bathtub

Episode 14: Mistress Loretta's Bathtub

The Gaylords shed their 2018 skinsuit with the first episode of 2019, wherein they look back with some cheers, some jeers, and the usual nonsense. You know what they say: new year, same them!

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6 months ago

Episode 13 - Put Me on the Internet for Some Reason

Episode 13: Put Me on the Internet for Some Reason

End-of-year holiday madness strikes as the Gaylords discuss the classic 1974 slasher film Black Christmas, the not-so-classic 2006 remake Black X-mas, horror movie rip-offs, their own Child's Play remake, and more!

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6 months ago

Episode 12 - A Scuzzy Raimi in a Leather Jacket

Episode 12: A Scuzzy Raimi in a Leather Jacket

You don't need to say their names five times; the Gaylords are already here and they're ready to talk about Candyman (1992)! Join us as we dish on Helen's hair, discuss the timely social issues in this brilliant film, and bust out some amazing Candyman impressions. Plus, listener questions, Golden Globes disgust, weird bouts of insecurity, and more!

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6 months ago

Episode 11 - Sisterhood of the Traveling Christian Fashion Nightie

Episode 11: Sisterhood of the Traveling Christian Fashion Nightie

This week, the Gaylords invite you into their Jesus Closet (not a euphemism) as they discuss a trio of terrific telekinetic (t)ladies: Carrie (1976), Jennifer (1978), and Thelma (2017).

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7 months ago

Episode 10 - Apply Directly to the Forehead

Episode 10: Apply Directly to the Forehead

This week, the Gaylords share their love of found footage films and their disdain of the kids on bikes genre, including It (2017). Plus: listener questions and more!

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7 months ago

Episode 9 - A Journey That Went Nowhere

Episode 9: A Journey That Went Nowhere

This week, the Gaylords dine on the bizarre Thanksgiving slasher Blood Rage and share what they're thankful for in horror. Also: listener questions, a corn cob meltdown, and more!

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7 months ago

Episode 8 - At Least the String in the Butt Was Interesting

Episode 8: At Least the String in the Butt Was Interesting

This week, Stacie and Anthony are still recovering from their Suspiria (2018) meltdown and decide to take a look back at the original Three Mothers trilogy: Suspiria (1977), Inferno (1980), and Mother of Tears (2007). Will the Gaylords ever be the same?

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7 months ago

Episode 7 - A Sandwich Board and a Big Ol' Bell

Episode 7: A Sandwich Board and a Big Ol' Bell

This week, the Gaylords go completely off-the-rails thanks to their rapturous love of the new Suspiria. All hail the Mother of Sighs!

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When the clock strikes 6:66, the Gaylords of Darkness (Anthony Hudson & Stacie Ponder) come forth to chart the arcane world of horror through a queer lens - with occasional visits from ghouls, goblins, and briefcase ladies from the 1980s.