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This week on the podcast: In this essential horror classic billed as a true story, a young couple’s dream home turns out to be a haunted murder house.

For God’s sake get out of this podcast!!!!

ABOUT THIS EPISODE:

The people who bought a murder house, I am sorry, KNOWINGLY bought a murder house, want us to tell their story. As podcasters, we are obliged to give in to their lying asses and present you their (cough) “true” (cough) story.

If you are a new listener to the PaNcast, be aware there are spoilers and expletives ahead! We break down the movie, go through a summary, offer analysis, trivia, arbitrary awards, reviews, ratings, fanfiction and more!

“People buy murder house and things go awry, and then they are surprised by their awareness and things go even further awry.– Carnage’s Five Second Summary

Newlyweds George and Kathy are so excited to buy their first murder house together. And what better murder house to buy than the one in Amityville that had a full family of six dead bodies just the year before. Hot off the murder house real estate market. Wait, you say there is no murder house real estate market? Well, damn it, there should be!

Amityville Horror

Beautiful farmhouse with glowing orange eyes seems perfect for a young family of five. It has everything, including hoards of flies and a black pit of sludge in the basement. It even traps your babysitters and steals your money!  What could be better??

Go check out The Amityville Horror if you mind being spoiled like Marsha Brady and her step siblings! Then make sure to tune into this week’s episode for the 411 with Chaos and Carnage.

The Amityville Horror (1979) is currently streaming for free on Amazon Prime with a subscription. It’s leaving Prime on September 30th, so this is a great excuse to watch the film if you haven’t seen it before or want to revisit it before listening to this podcast.

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