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The heat is upon us, so we’ve decided to discuss some summer-based terror on the podcast this month, starting with “The Beach House”.


The Beach House is an interesting horror movie that uses a number of different styles. And the fantastically named My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell it To breaks some basic rules when writing a story. But do either work? We’ll discuss, along with talk about Shudder’s “The Last Drive-In” and a new “Fletch” movie.


Joe Bob Briggs is a horror icon. We begin this episode by sharing memories of Monstervision and talk about what we would like to see on the new season of The Last Drive-In.

Fletch is another memorable part of our childhood. We talk about the weird career of Chevy Chase and if Jon Hamm can do the iconic role justice in the new adaptation.

For our feature presentation, we share our thoughts on a couple of recent indie horror films.

The first movie we look at is the awesomely titled My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell it To. While it may sound like a Giallo, it is something much different. The emotional tale focuses on the present and completely ignores the past. We debate how wise of a decision this was.

For our first Summer Horror movie of the month, we review The Beach House. This 2019 film plays with audience expectations while using a wide array of camera tricks. We talk about the colors used, the protagonist, and keeping the audience in the dark.


Be sure to tune in every Saturday for new episodes of ADVENTURES IN MOVIES! on the Morbidly Beautiful Network. 

Adventures in Movies! is hosted by Nathaniel Muir, Blake, and Danny. You can find Nathaniel on Instagram at nathaninpoortaste. Danny can be found on Twitter @default_player and on Instagram at default_player. Blake can be found on Twitter @foureyedhorror and on Instagram at foureyedhorror.
Intro by Julio Mena: Bandcamp | Instagram

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