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Pride Month continues on They Mostly Podcast at Night with a look at an undisputed genre classic, “The Haunting” (1963).

You may not believe in ghosts but you cannot deny this podcast.

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As we continue our celebration of Pride Month on They Mostly Podcast at Night, Chaos has surprised Carnage with an actually pretty good pick. Carnage is shocked and so will you be. Check out this week’s episode as we explore The Haunting (OG of course, you know how Chaos rolls).

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!

“Doctor has women come to haunted house to document scaring the beejesus out of them. House has other plans and things go awry.” – Carnage’s Five Second Summary.

The Haunting

We ain’t afraid of no ghost! Well, Chaos doesn’t believe in them, but Carnage welcomes all ghosts. Even those that might defenestrate her BFF. Actually, especially those that might throw Chaos out a window as long it is only a first or second-story window.

This week we join Nell, Theo, and Riff….er, I mean Luke, as they check out Hill House. Dr. Malarkey gets his rocks off seeing how the house affects the women, Nell is cruel to Theo because she likes the ladies and Carnage cannot stop making West Side Story references. Also, can we just pause for a moment and let it digest that the man who directed West Side Story and The Sound of Music directed this. Deep thoughts my friends.

Make sure to watch The Haunting unless you want to be spoiled like a shell of a person inhabited by an evil house’s spirit. It’s not streaming for free anywhere currently, but it’s well worth a rent or even a buy.

Then make sure to go check out this week’s episode to find out the complete 411 with Chaos and Carnage.

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