This week the Hack or Slash team enjoys a holiday season break by answering an age-old slasher film question: "who's there?" The group gives more insight to their lives, discusses the origin story of the podcast, and answers a bevy of listener questions. This episode contains spoilers.
- How did you all meet?
- What song do you have completely memorized?
- Do you believe in ghosts?
- What is the scariest thing you’ve ever personally encountered?
- What made you guys want to start a podcast?
- How did you guys come up with the idea for your podcast?
- What makes your podcast different from others?
- What was the biggest challenge for you guys to start up the podcast?
- How and when do you decide what movie to choose? Does each pick a movie, or every week one of you get to choose a movie?
- I know you guys just started the podcast. But looking back from the start, what would you have done different if you could do it over? (Maybe you still can?)
- What experiences inspired you to love horror and slasher flicks?
- What do you think are the 3 most overrated slasher movies? What do you think are the 3 most underrated slasher movies?
- Can each of you describe to us why you think horror is such a great genre and how it affects your personal lives?
- Do you guys ever sometimes convince other non-horror-lovers to watch a horror? What is your weirdest encounter on that ever? And did you succeed?
- What’s your favorite spooky movie?
- You own a drive-in theater for one night. You choose three horror movies you want to show in your triple feature. What are they?
- What’s your favorite subgenre of horror?
- If you were a horror villain, what kind would you be? What would you call yourself?
- You can have any prop from any horror film. Which prop do you choose?
A special thanks to the following listeners who submitted questions for this episode:
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