Eye On Horror

2021 Top Tens!

December 20, 2021 iHorror Season 5 Episode 21
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In this, the Season 4 Finale, the guys reveal their Top Ten lists for the years as well as discuss movies that just missed the cut.  And also surprisingly talk a lot about Scooby Doo.

James Jay Edwards:

Welcome to Eye On Horror, the special podcast of iHorror.com. This is episode 78 Otherwise known as season four episode 21. Otherwise known as our Season Four Season Finale, which means you're going to hear from us. I am your host James Jay Edwards and with me as always is your other host Jacob Davison, how're you doing Jacob?

Jacob Davidson:

Doing well I'm back from the east coast and happy to be back on the West Coast.

James Jay Edwards:

Just in time for all the rain.

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah, I can't escape it it snowed and rained while I was on the East Coast and we miraculously got some rain here you brought it with you yeah brought some of those you know seasonal New England spirits or whatever

James Jay Edwards:

and the entire state thanks you because we need it also with me yet again and as always is your other other host Jon Correia, How you doing Correia?

Jonathan Correia:

I'm doing fantastic. I I got my first professionally done tattoo. This week. My partner Lindsay and I both got matching Scooby Doo Project tattoos. Look like the Blair Witch figures but like a dog you guys remember Scooby Doo project right?

Jacob Davidson:

Oh, dude, that that thing scared the shit out of me when I was a kid. Because the thing was it was it was brilliant because you know at the time Blair Witch fever was an all time high and you know, kids like myself, you know, heard about it and knew of course back then there was a discrepancy and whether it was real or not. So you know, kind of bridge the gap because it was like, Yeah, The Blair Witch Project for kids but with the Scooby Doo gang.

Jonathan Correia:

But it's like we we ended up of course, because we got tattoos for we ended up watching it again. It's on YouTube. It's like 20 minutes long worth it, please seek it out everybody. And it's like, it's very funny in the beginning, very silly. And then like, it gets really creepy later on. And you have to remember those were little segments for Scooby Doo marathon. So if you can imagine just being a kid just like hopping into the middle of a Scooby Doo marathon and all sudden, they're doing a lot of like creepy shakey cam stuff, and also in shag. He's in the corner. And they're like, Shaggy, what are you doing in the quarter? He's like, I'm like, really scared, man. And it's like, oh, this is genuinely creepy as fuck no wonder why they only aired it once.

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah, no, that was a good one.

Jonathan Correia:

And now it's immortalized on my wrist.

James Jay Edwards:

What we're going to do, because it's our season finale, is we're going to go over our top 10s of the Year, which what we do every year, this year, as well as last year, we have to have a few caveats here. Because clearly schedules because of COVID have been really fucked up. And there's stuff that is a I actually just reminded Jacob of something that came out this year that made his list last year. And you'll see the theme across our lists. There'll be stuff like our wasn't that last year. In some cases, it may have been, but it was wide release this year. I don't know that I can excuses. But anyway, if you see that, there seems to be a window this year instead, that is more than just the year 2021. It's

Jonathan Correia:

it's weird, because last year, I was able to get watch so many 2020 movies. And then like, I don't know if it's because like, because I was working a lot last year, too. It was only a couple of months, I was out of work. And then this year, just like I barely made like one page out of 2020 movies that were listed as 2021. Because again, there's movies that are are saying they're 2020, but they get really so this year, it's all fucked. So what we're trying to say is these are a top 10 of movies that pretty much came out this year that we saw this year. And it's not every movie, we didn't have time to see every movie, we have jobs. So and we have varying opinions. And you know, these are just movies that we enjoyed

James Jay Edwards:

all of mine wide released this year. There will be some controversy though. I'm telling you right now on release dates. How do we want to go through this? Let's say I'm going to start with J

Jonathan Correia:

and then go to the next j and then go to the next J?

James Jay Edwards:

I'm saying I'm going to put them and this is for ease of editing. Let's go in the order that I less that I put our tracks as I edit so that means me Jacob, then Korea that work for you guys.

Jonathan Correia:

I'm down. Yeah,

Jacob Davidson:

it's alphabetical order to is is it alphabetical? Hey, no, it isn't. Or no idea right?

James Jay Edwards:

It's it's reverse alphabetical by last name. Yeah. Okay. Anyway, let's go. I'm gonna go first. My number 10 is malignant. Now all right, which is basically James Juan's love letter to everything that the movies I think He loves it's a little g allo it's a little body horror, total supernatural terror. It's a little police procedural. And it is a whole lot of what the fuck and like

Jonathan Correia:

decent police procedural because like rewatching all the Saw movies recently. It's a really bad police even though that's most of them.

Jacob Davidson:

I know that that one was just a blast to see in theaters because there just isn't a lot of big budget studio horror like this anymore. It's like a lot of people were saying it was more evocative of you know, like the 90s and 2000s. You know, big budget Dark Castle production movies like House on Haunted Hill. And I do appreciate that, you know, does that James Wan made bank on Aquaman and Warner Bros, like, Hey, you can make whatever you want. It's like, okay, and he made Malignant,

Jonathan Correia:

you can definitely tell that they're like, it's like that, and it can pad made thing. It's like you're gonna make like another Conjuring movie, right? Yeah, I'm gonna make a horror movie. It's gonna be like The Conjuring, right?

James Jay Edwards:

Yeah. Jacob, what's your number? 10.

Jacob Davidson:

All right, well, my number 10 is Halloween kills.

Jonathan Correia:

All right. I was wondering if someone was gonna put it in their top 10 I mean, I kind of had to, I thought it was gonna be me. I was I was heavily debating that. So I'm happy someone included in their top 10. So that's been a spoiler for my list. Sorry.

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah, no, I couldn't resist you know, just because, you know, I mean, I know. It was kind of controversial. Mostly and like, you know, like a content sense. But I really had a lot of fun with it. You know, it's Michael Myers, just living up to the title and killing a fuck ton of people.

Jonathan Correia:

Yeah, for a movie that did so much different than previous ones. And it's focused and themes and whatnot. They like delivered on the most basic promise of a, of a slasher film. And that's a high body cow with the highest fucking body count.

Jacob Davidson:

Oh, yeah. No, and it just had some amazing kills. I mean, Jesus Christ, that fire men sequence that was pretty amazing. That was great. And also, I got to give credit to Halloween kills because it's the thing that finally got me into the band ghost. I love ghosts now because of Halloween kills. Really?

Jonathan Correia:

Yeah, they performed an acoustic set at amoeba one time, which was weird. Oh, man, I would I would have liked to seen it where they dressed up. Yeah, they were fully dressed up. I was just I registered ringing up people. I didn't know goes really at that time. And I was just like, this is not the kind of music that you'd normally do acoustically. But it's it's chill. That's cool. Korea. Yeah, you're number 10. My number 10 goes to Werewolves Within.

James Jay Edwards:

That's my number eight.

Jonathan Correia:

Oh, spoilers.

James Jay Edwards:

Spoilers.

Jacob Davidson:

Spoilers. It's it's my number eight to

Jonathan Correia:

not spoil us guys.

James Jay Edwards:

It's no secret that we all loved it though. Yeah, well, it's

Jonathan Correia:

just such a charming movie and works really well as a who done it. It's kind of the movie that I was expecting Wolf of Snow Hollow to be last year. And I just didn't vibe with that one. But where it was within was definitely on my five level. It was a lot of fun. There was some genuinely creepy moments. And it's always just seeing places you know, little scene places like a small town in Vermont be personified in film so accurately. Elena holds a special place my heart.

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah, no, I'm always a sucker for New England horror. And it also really captured the right balance of horror and comedy. And it was also funny because I didn't expect it to be so evocative of The Thing because you know, it's a it's really a movie.

James Jay Edwards:

I was thinking it was. It was kind of like clue, but with a werewolf. But the thing is about it kind of turns into a completely different movie as soon as you realize who the werewolf is, and they're dealing with it because it then it turns into like this action, you know, American Werewolf in London kind of a thing. Go you know, it turns a corner. But yeah, it's just, I can't think of a movie that is as much fun as within from this year.

Jacob Davidson:

Also, it was the first beyond first screening we did once theaters reopened. So actually, we got to see it play theatrically at the arrow with Josh Rubin the director. So, you know, when son was came back, that was a pretty fun memory for me. Awesome.

James Jay Edwards:

My number nine. Moving on to number nine. My number nine is one that I waited for. This is the whole reason I got vaccinated. I waited like a year for A Quiet Place part two, ooh, whew. It's a completely different movie than A Quiet Place. I mean, it's, for lack of a better term. It's a noisier movie. There's much more music and much more sound in it, but it is. I feel like they opened the world up. And that was what it needed. You couldn't just have A Quiet Place part two with five people on a farm. Yeah, you you had to you had to get them out into the world. And, and they did and I loved it. And they

Jonathan Correia:

did a really good really great job of working on the relationship between the daughter and the father, I thought that was very well done. The main reason why it's not in my top 10 is because that was the only of the family that was the only relationship that like are characters that were they really kind of let Emily Blunt's character and the son kind of just kind of fall to the side a bit too much. So I would have, I would have liked to have seen more done with their characters or have seen less of them in the movie, if that makes sense.

Jacob Davidson:

I did like the addition of Cillian Murphy. And I also like that kind of actually intro about kind of how it all started. But yeah, didn't didn't make my top 10 Just didn't didn't quite resonate with me as much, but

Jonathan Correia:

a lot of fun. Yeah, I liked it. That whole island sequence. Oh, yeah. Fucking heart racing.

James Jay Edwards:

Cool. Jacob. What's your number nine.

Jacob Davidson:

Coming in at number nine. Is Seance by Simon Barrett?

James Jay Edwards:

Probably my favorite poster of the year? Yeah, no, it's

Jacob Davidson:

a badass poster. And yeah, there's, you know, Simon Barrett's directorial debut, you know, he was a writer with Adam WinGuard for a bunch of his movies like Your Next and The Guest. And I just thought it was a really fun and thrilling, kind of supernatural murder mystery horror with a lot of JLo elements to it. Because it's like, this girl transfers to this girl's school after there's been a death. That could have been a murder. And also they think that dormitories are haunted. And then these girls get start getting picked off one by one. So I do like these kinds of stories where there's a sort of ambiguity or, you know, it's like, what, what's more scary, like the supernatural elements, or what's the truth? And I actually got to see that again, you know, with, with the director, Simon Barrett, and some of the cast doing q&a. So you know, this was toward the beginning of vaccinations. So it was just one of those movies where, you know, I finally got to go back to the theaters and kind of relive the experience. So again, holds a special place for me. But yeah, no, I think it's just a very solid horror movie in its own right. And I was cool. Yeah, Korea,

Jonathan Correia:

you're nine coming in at number nine, I am going to cheat a little bit and pull it did what the Academy Awards for the Academy did to Lord of the Rings and classify all three as one. Fear street movies.

Jacob Davidson:

Oh, nice.

Jonathan Correia:

I couldn't pick which one if I wanted to include more than one. So ultimately, I just wanted to wanted them all to have a spot because that was that was such a fun thing. Just the fact that they were released one week after another. So it was an event thing. And then I thought the stories flowed really well. They it was just a lot of fun. It felt like reading like watching a Goosebumps s story but like with adult content, which made it feel a little forbidden. And it just totally and like everything about it was just like a lot of fun. And then of course, so but for my official, it's all going under 1666 Kind of like what they did with Return of the King. But that was also my favorite. What just I really loved what they did with having previous actors come back and play different characters in the past. And then they switch focus and turn it into 94 Part Two, it was just a lot of fun. So yeah, I got I wish Netflix would put these movies out on disk because that would be a fun box that to have.

Jacob Davidson:

Oh man, I dream of the day. And yeah, no, honestly, I wish I had thought of that. Because it's like, I can't choose which one. I don't know. Like, what what to do, but I mean, I really love them all. And yeah, I can definitely see why you why you did that.

Jonathan Correia:

It's a little cheating. But hey, oh, wow, it's my fucking podcast. So don't fight me

James Jay Edwards:

out because that also gives you that frees up two more spots on your list. Exactly. Yeah. Going on to number eight. And I already spoiled this and I think Jacob did to my number eight is Werewolves Within which we've talked about same so let's let's let's skip right to Correia's number eight, your

Jonathan Correia:

again. My number eight was was a late entry for me. I just watched this about a week or so ago. The Night House with Rebecca Hall. Oh, yeah, that film. I think I watched the trailer once. And it was a long ass time ago. So I went in not knowing anything other than it's Rebecca Hall. And there's like two houses, I don't know. And I was treated to a really solid thriller. It reminded me a lot of What Lies Beneath another one that I've watched first time this year, but it reminded me a lot of that with like a really good ghost story in there. But the shining, the shining piece of this movie is Rebecca Hall. She was absolutely phenomenal in that movie. It's really sad that I don't think yeah, because the academy and everybody kind of overlooks horror and things of that nature. So I don't know if she'll be nominated. But I think she should get something because that that looked like a very draining performance. She did throw The entire movie and she was phenomenal.

James Jay Edwards:

She won't be nominated for The Night House but she has a movie and it's not horror at all on Netflix right now. She wrote and directed called Passing. Yeah. Which is getting sighs So she may get mentioned at the Oscars, but it won't be for the night house, unfortunately. Because between the night house Godzilla VS. Kong and passing she's,

Jacob Davidson:

yeah, she's doing well.

Jonathan Correia:

This is the year of Rebecca Hall.

James Jay Edwards:

Oh, girl back and speaking of Go girl, my number seven is Titane only seven it Hey, wait until you see one through six. There's some good shit on my list. My List pound for pound is my favorite list. Wait a minute. Yeah. Anyway. Titane um, we talked about it last time, so we don't need to go into too much depth into it. But yeah, it Julita corners. Titane just one of those movies that you can't believe it as you're watching it. And as it goes on, you can't leave it even more just a crazy ass movie.

Jonathan Correia:

It is the definition of an experience. That film just through and through the uncomfortableness the beauty of the cinematography and how it's put together. The acting is phenomenal. Just all around. It's it's a very unsettling at times film and, and but a lot of the time, it's very beautiful. So it's yeah, it's it's one that definitely needs to be seen. And it's weird as fuck, but it knows it and it doesn't care. And I love that it's got a very punk rock attitude that I love. It tries

James Jay Edwards:

to be weird, but it doesn't try too hard to be weird. It just if that makes any sense. Yeah, it pulls it off.

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah, it's just, uh, did amaze me because, you know, I kind of thought what I knew what I expected to see going in, but I did not expect what I saw. And you know, just It's, How do I put this? It's a very fluid type of movie. You know, it's not just one thing. It's like many different things,

Jonathan Correia:

especially with its themes of gender. Oh, yes. Actually with gender. And some of those scenes have a lot of flirt go. Oh, yeah. Blue. It is definitely a word that can be used with this

James Jay Edwards:

many way

Jacob Davidson:

fluency works on so many levels. Yeah, that's

James Jay Edwards:

a perfect way to describe it in fluid. Jacob what's your number seven

Jacob Davidson:

All right, and coming in at number seven near to Costas Candyman. Nice, yeah. No. Like, of course, you know, there was a lot of controversy around the movie, because, you know, when you do a sequel to a particularly beloved horror franchise, there's gonna be a lot of buzz about it. And yeah, I mean, I was pretty excited about it. And so it was one of those movies that got delayed by like a year. So you know, just the hype just grew and grew. And I was very, I was very happy with the end result. You know, I just thought that it was a very interesting continuation of the mythology that also expanded upon it and had some amazing and surrealist nightmares, cinematography. And yeah, just I thought, the caster did a great job in kind of updating the story, particularly for the last couple of years, and its themes of, you know, like white supremacy and police brutality and racism in America and gentrification and the arts and yeah, don't just it was I thought it was an excellent

James Jay Edwards:

sequel. It just pisses me off that they made Candyman woke. How can I That was sarcasm for those of you

Jacob Davidson:

listening? Oh, my God. Jesus.

James Jay Edwards:

All right, what's your number seven.

Jonathan Correia:

For number seven for Jon Correia is Ben Wheatley is In The Earth. Ooh, nice. Ben Wheatley is definitely one of those filmmakers that never makes the same thing twice. Which is I absolutely love even if I don't like one of his movies, which I can't think of off the top of my head. If there's one that I don't quite vibe with. It's I'm unaffected, because I know the next one's gonna be probably a complete 180 And he did it again, In The ELDarth is one of the few because we've we're now at the point where we're like almost two fucking years of this pandemic. So we've already seen a few pandemic movies come out like that are themed around and stuff and I think his is the most effective. Along with like, hosts maybe by hosts wasn't my vibe, but in the earth was definitely my five I thought they they handled not only filming during the pandemic, but the themes of the pandemic without being overbearing, and just about that. It had folk horror and it had weird mystery to it. It just hit on so many keys. It was it was such a great driving feature to watch. Also,

Jacob Davidson:

it was very funny. Yeah, yeah, the

Jonathan Correia:

humor was just like very random and like felt like it was out of place but like fit perfectly in it. Like the whole movie just felt like a hodgepodge of like, every movie that Ben Wheatley has done. It's like it was almost like his greatest hits like running into goes a bit but like doing something like a new take with all of it.

Jacob Davidson:

It was Yeah, and spoiler alert, it actually made my number four

Jonathan Correia:

Oh spoils.

James Jay Edwards:

Let's move on to number six. My number six is actually kind of a late entry as well because at the time of this recording, it's not out yet but by the time that posts it will be Nightmare Alley. Ooh, this is the new GDT movie. He produced antlers he actually directed this. It's about basically a carnival a guy who runs away joins the carnival becomes a mentalist. And then he decides he can use this mentalist stick to con people. And there's way more to it than that. And there's way more layers and characters and bunches of crap. It's weird because it's, it's pretty much it's a horror movie, but it's more of like a NEO noir and like, just like a mystery. It's a crazy dark movie. And I loved it. It's my number six. So

Jacob Davidson:

I'll be seeing it on Wednesday with Guillermo del Toro during the q&a. Ah, cool. Yep. So I'm pretty excited about that.

Jonathan Correia:

That's definitely this year's Promising Young Woman for me where I'm like, fuck, I feel like it would be my top 10 But I can't fucking watch it until after we record Bastien.

James Jay Edwards:

Jacob, what's your six?

Jacob Davidson:

Alright, coming in number six, and another kind of crossover. malignant? Hey, I mean, I had to I had a, it's, it's

Jonathan Correia:

my number six do. Hey.

James Jay Edwards:

Nice. Yeah,

Jacob Davidson:

we're malignant heads.

James Jay Edwards:

So malignant, malignant and werewolves within have made? Oh, and Titane? Probably Well, I don't know about Titane. I hope I'm not spoiling anything. Looks like we do have a lot of crossover on our lists.

Jacob Davidson:

Great minds think alike.

James Jay Edwards:

And with that, we'll go on to number five, which I'm pretty sure there will be no crossover on this one. My number five is Lamb line. And I just I

Jonathan Correia:

didn't see it. Yeah, I see that one

James Jay Edwards:

is one that if this list was in writing posted on iHorror, I would get nailed to the crossover, because, and I'll even be the first to admit it's not really a horror movie. But it's just this dark fable. And I don't even want to talk too much about it because the trailer spoils a huge reveal that is much more fun if you actually see it. So um, but now lamb is it's just, it's one of those movies where you keep thinking you're like, oh, is this really what this is? And that is really, as it's going on? But yeah, Lamb my number five, what's your five Jacob?

Jacob Davidson:

Alright, and Coming at number five for me is V/H/S/94. Oh, yeah. Now that, you know, just I feel like there weren't a whole lot of anthologies this year. And I'm a huge fan of horror anthologies, and found footage. So, of course, big fan of VHS, and I was very happy that VHS was coming back. So and so yeah, so there's that beyond fest. And honestly, this is probably one of if not the best entries in the franchise because, you know, you just have such a wide mix of directors and stories and a whole heap of badass and crazy practical effects. And yeah, so the directors were some really good ones too. We had Simon Barrett, Timo Tiesto Jennifer reader, Claudia Kuno Ryan Prowse and Steve mcquistan ski from Psycho Gorman did a short bit in there.

James Jay Edwards:

He did the infomercial, right? Yeah, I

Jacob Davidson:

did the watermelon Crusher infomercial. Yeah. With Conor Sweeney for mass Trent six. But yeah, no desert. I mean, there was a lot of great stories in this one, you know, like I you know, you got Ratma with a new switch thing. The subject with a cyborg? Let's see. My particularly one of my favorites was the militia one. Yeah, that one was a lot of fun. And that was

Jonathan Correia:

such a weird one, too. That just went off for so long. And then also just everything went to shit.

Jacob Davidson:

That's why I liked it. And, and Simon Barrett's entry, which got a lot of buzz, the empty weak like that. That one was pretty scary. But yeah, so it was just very solid anthology, like every segment was pretty strong in their own right. So yeah, I thought it was a very solid movie and well deserving being of the top 10.

Jonathan Correia:

And it's one of the rare anthology films where it has different directors, but they, they they seem to have like a common like they felt together you know, because sometimes when you get different I think, Heather, Heather Watson brought it up when we were talking with her that when you have different directors doing dodgy stuff, sometimes it doesn't have like a same feel going into the next one. But then again, not every anthology film can be Creepshow but this one felt more connected.

James Jay Edwards:

Cool Korea. What's your number five?

Jonathan Correia:

My number five was Candyman. Yeah, we already talked About a bit but I absolutely loved it. I loved that it was continuation, but more importantly, it addressed a lot of the because I love the original Candyman. But there are some things that they didn't do quite well in, in, in handling racing inequality and history in America. Which is understandable because it's a film made by white British folk. So I thought this one kind of didn't fix the sins but it did address the sins of the previous one while also paying homage and continuing the story very effectively and well and it had some like really genuine the good scare moments and I just love the idea of twisting around and playing with just the idea of mythology and where it comes from and folklore and whatnot. So yeah, Candyman was phenomenal,

James Jay Edwards:

wasn't it? Bernard Rose who made Candyman into a black former slave, I found the original story. He was like a pasty British guy, then the original Clive Barker story and then Bernard Rose is the one who was like all you know, yeah, hear me out, Clive. Yeah.

Jonathan Correia:

Which is great. Just making that big leap, you know, in difference in story is is, is is a big feat. But, you know, there's a few shortcomings, it's very of its time, you know, and dealing with stuff like that, but you know, it's I think it's it's, they use that and this new one and especially with the idea of pathology because I mean, it always didn't sit well like why would Candyman be attacking people in you know, the low income projects you know, like that seems like a weird place for him to be stocking and so like they they kind of work with that and make it ring a bit more true.

James Jay Edwards:

It's sort of like, like we talked about with Ghostbusters Afterlife and the Force Awakens it's kind of a rehash of the original, but that's because that's what the mythology is, and they and the Helen story even became part of the mythology

Jonathan Correia:

became a stronger part of it too. Like people forgot about Candyman and focus more on Helen which I which I love because if you watched the the sequels to Candyman, there's almost no mention of Ellen at all.

James Jay Edwards:

Yeah, so I number four. My number for Correia's already mentioned is The Night House. I loved this movie it in you nailed it when you said What Lies Beneath fives. And I love what lies beneath i If I had known you had not watched that until this year, I would have made you watch it. You're What Lies Beneath is an amazing movie, buddy.

Jonathan Correia:

We said this on the first episode. All those years ago.

James Jay Edwards:

It's terrific. So yeah, The Night House we already talked about so you don't need to go on into it too much. But yeah, that's fine before Jacob matures.

Jacob Davidson:

Uh, my number four, as I mentioned before, is also In the Earth, which I thought was great. Folk core, like, like, like John said, Greatest Hits for Ben Watley, but also by probably one of my favorite movies, it is now and also I have to say, adding to what he said, you know, just seeing that the driving I feel like enhanced the experience because it's a folk horror naturalist movie. And we I saw it under a full moon and it just felt like very weird and magical. I guess, Dad, just it was definitely a horror movie, especially for earlier this year, when we were still pretty deep into the pandemic.

Jonathan Correia:

There definitely was something special about seeing it at the driving because that was the only way you could see because theaters weren't open yet. And having your mask on your wrist, you know, but I also do feel like it'll hold up and you'll still be able to watch it in the future without living in that very specific time.

Jacob Davidson:

You know? Oh, definitely. Yeah,

James Jay Edwards:

Korea. What's your four?

Jonathan Correia:

Well, my number four might be controversial because technically not a movie, but fucky This is my podcast is Mike Flanagan's Midnight Mass will allow it that was one of the most effective and just beautifully done pieces of horror to come out this year. And I was not gonna allow the fact that it was a miniseries and not a movie. stand in the way of giving it proper recognition. But yeah, it's definitely one of my favorite things watching it. We spaced it out so it like hit every No, it was like he was aiming for me when have by having to Neil Diamond songs in the first five minutes and then ending on a Carl Sagan. You know, theological fuckin existential calm, you know? monologue monologue, the TV show. But yeah, just brilliantly pays brilliant. Brilliant acting. So, so much fun. Yeah, I'll probably be watching it again soon.

Jacob Davidson:

It's probably my favorite thing from Mike Flanagan. Oh, yeah. I was just hooked in, you know, just like I binged it, you know, I just I knocked it out in like, weekend. And yeah, no just did hit like a ton of bricks.

Jonathan Correia:

And that's saying a lot because I when we talked with Heather wickson a month or so ago, I was on the fence on if I want I consider it my favorite Mike Flanagan thing but now that some time has passed, it's like yeah, no, that is granted. Everything else he's done has been pretty fucking brilliant. Oh, yeah. Like this is like his magnum opus so far and he's doing Poe next so we'll see. Yeah, that's

James Jay Edwards:

that's saying saying that it's your favorite Flanagan is saying a lot because look at the dude's resume. I mean, yeah, there. There hasn't been a dud on it. So that guy's he knows what he's doing. Oh, yeah. On to number three. My number three is Last Night in Soho. Ooh. Which I again the I mean, I say I've been saying this about everything since number six. I think actually, my whole list I love that I love this movie. Just everything about it that Anya Taylor joy and Thomas Mackenzie both brilliant in it. The needle drops no one drops a needle like Edgar Wright I mean any of his movies whether it's Baby Driver or Shaun of the Dead, you know, he that guy knows music and last night so Whoa, is just more of that. It's just a spooky creepy little, you know, I just I loved it. You know? And if you want to see male ghost penis, it's it's always to

Jonathan Correia:

always wonder when do we not want to see ghosts and ghost male penis.

James Jay Edwards:

It's redundant to say male penis though, isn't it?

Jonathan Correia:

Sometimes

Jacob Davidson:

well either way. There's a lot of Ghost Dong in this movie.

James Jay Edwards:

There is no ghost dong died so

Jonathan Correia:

it just barely missed out on my 10 I think it was like number 11 or 12. It gets high praise for me just having any movie be named after a Dave Dee dozy beaky, making Tisch song is always worth it.

James Jay Edwards:

I just thought it was great, because there's two moments not one, but two songs in there where you're like, Oh, that's a cover, because it's got the original Have I got my mind set on you? You're like, oh, wait, George Harrison didn't write that. And it's got the original have always something there to remind me to and you're like, Wow, he's really making these 80s Pop Songs look bad by. Right, Jacob? What's your number three

Jacob Davidson:

and coming in at number three and kind of cheating on this? Because I think technically this was a festival release. I'm not really sure exactly on the full official release, although a lot of people have seen it by now because it was released on some virtual festivals. But anyway, my number three is Phil Tippett's MAD GOD, the movie, the stop motion like media hybrid mix that he spent like 30 years on and off making. And this one really resonated with me because you were just watching somebodies existential feel logical nightmare made into like, stop motion and animation and live action mishmash with all kinds of visceral gore and bodily fluids into horrifying entities. It's just it's just such a hard to describe movie but it's basically like this soldier is sent into the bowels of the underworld for some kind of vague mission. And just it's like Caranas Hieronymus Bosch meets like science fiction fantasy there's all these monsters and just flesh and disgusting and yeah, it's just it is just so it was so mind blowing to see it beyond Fest and funny story actually got some Phil Tippett's opening notes which he kind of threw into the audience and it just said all work. no play makes Jack a dull boy over and over again. And he signed it. Yeah, yeah, no, it's just and he talked about, you know, he had a nervous breakdown of feet. Well, he had a few nervous breakdowns in the process of making the movie and it shows it it's just pure. You're just in the mind of this artist and it and you know, it's just it just will melt your face off.

Jonathan Correia:

I tried so fucking hard to find a way to watch that movie in the last month. And I could not like it was only playing at like, international film festivals overseas over the last few weeks. Like I'm really upset. I missed that out earlier this year. But I'm hoping it gets a it gets a home release sometime soon.

Jacob Davidson:

Maybe next year. And who knows. Maybe it'll be on the virtuals circuit again, which yeah, like I think was Sunday. It's in a couple of places, but either

James Jay Edwards:

way, Korea What about you? What's your three?

Jonathan Correia:

Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Number three. Number three is Titane. Again, absolutely beautiful film, all the uncomfortableness it was just like so warranted and so it's again, it's an experience, you know, and it's it's nice to have a film that challenges you as as a viewer, one that like really puts you into the moment and challenges your endurance a bit. And then when it's done well, like it's it's effective as fuck so yeah, I can't praise that movie enough

James Jay Edwards:

challenges your endurance That's a great way

Jacob Davidson:

to put it. Funny enough to connecting back I actually watched Titane just before I saw Mad God so that was my triple feature that day. Oh,

Jonathan Correia:

buddy, are you okay?

Jacob Davidson:

I was not okay that night.

James Jay Edwards:

i On to number two. My number two is another one that would get me flamed on the internet if this was in print, because it's not horror, but it is

Jonathan Correia:

I remember fuck you. It's our podcast. It's

James Jay Edwards:

it's our podcast. The Green Knight is my number two, right? Yeah. Okay. It's just an absolutely beautiful movie. It's debatably horror, but the most effective segment has a ghost so fuck you. It's horror. Did I do that? Right Correia?

Jonathan Correia:

Fuck you. It's our podcast.

James Jay Edwards:

It's just beautifully added. The scores is beautiful. The I mean, I'm saying beautiful a lot. That's the only way to describe movie like every night. It's just, it's just flawless filmmaking. And I know, but it's my number two. So what's my number one? Anyway, anybody who's been paying attention knows my number one is but anyway. Yeah, the Green Knight

Jonathan Correia:

loved it. Green Knight is definitely one of my top 10 of the Year. I just for myself could not include it on my horror list. And you know what, that's okay. You know, sometimes it's good to be a bit subjective. But it was just so beautiful to see like an actual, like, epic poem. be translated well, especially if you read a lot of those older, epic poems. Like it felt like watching something like I really want him to do Epic of Gilgamesh now, because I feel like that's a fucking hard one to not try to fit into like that Skywalker, you know, bullshit, fucking narrative style, but green. I like everyone's always complaining, like, oh, he just kind of wandered into places. And it's like, yeah, that's the whole point of this story is that got a sucks. And he just kind of wanders into shit.

James Jay Edwards:

I mean, right from the beginning. He's not a quote real Knight. No, you know, he was he takes up the green knights challenge, almost to make himself look cool in front of the king and all the other knights. But he's, you know, he's a glorified squire, who becomes legendary for a year and then has to pay the piper.

Jonathan Correia:

Yeah, it's very, it's very, someone you know, was egotistical. And bit off more than he could chew and then had a like you said, had to pay the price. Plus, there's a fox, which is really cool. And it talks a talking Fox. Yeah. And it didn't terrify me like Antichrist when?

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah, it had a lot of monsters and weirdness and ghostliness to it.

Jonathan Correia:

So yeah, didn't say encounters or accounts is a Christmas movie. Oh, yes.

James Jay Edwards:

Yeah, that's true. But you know, man is the real monster because Barry Keegan was the probably the scariest character in that frickin butthead. I've never wanted to punch a character in the face more than Barry Keegan and the Green Knight. Actually, that's not true. I have but he did make me want to punch him in that. But he he redeemed himself with Etrenals though. I like Barry Keegan. I like him.

Jonathan Correia:

For me. That's just Jimmy Fallon. In general, alright. Jacob, what's

Jacob Davidson:

your number two and coming in at number two? Edgar Wright's Last Night in Soho. Nice. Yeah, no, I mean, I had to it. Again, it's one of those horror movies that really resonated with me. And I just thought it was really cool. And you know, again, what you were saying earlier about the soundtrack and the needle drops. Like i i loved it so much. I've got the vinyl of both the soundtrack and the score. And I also got that seven inch vinyl with Anna Taylor joy doing downtown and upbeat and downbeat. And yeah, as this is such an interesting mix of kind of, like it has a very British ghost story style to it, you know, and all while also being heavily influenced by Italian horror and JLo. Like that moving to like, it was another great screen for me because I saw it at a beyond fest event with Edgar Wright and some of the casting crew. And it's one of those things where, you know, is this such a great screening? I didn't see it again in theaters, which I kind of regret, although I ended up watching it again with my family over Thanksgiving. And which is another thing too, it's very layered like a lot of Edgar Wright's movies, you know, there's a lot of stuff you missed the first time that you see it again. It's like, oh, how can I miss that? Foreshadowing. So yeah, no, just I thought it was incredible, supernatural movie and incredible soundtrack. Yeah,

Jonathan Correia:

I have the score and the soundtrack on preorder for Mondo right now too.

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah, no, I mean, it's worth it. He really knows how to get a soundtrack and a score together.

James Jay Edwards:

Do you have those Fear Street that that triple fear street package from waxworks on preorder?

Jonathan Correia:

I do not know I do have the Sparks Brothers soundtrack though cuz that's my number one overall film of the year was sparks brothers

James Jay Edwards:

I had I'm waiting on the fear Street. Triple because it's three Three records and each one comes with like a fear street artwork cover for that movie at any anyway, we're getting off on a tangent but um, I just wonder you said that you had Last Night in Soho preorder. I wonder if you have fears to Korea what's your number two?

Jonathan Correia:

Number two? First of all I'm fucking shocked this one hasn't popped up on any of yours list and we're about to announce a number one so I am a little worried about you guys but Censor a Censor was absolute like that was I'm glad I waited until my until my vinegar center blu ray came in because holy shit that disgust stack they have an hour and a half long documentary about video nasties that was produced by blue underground on it. But anyways, the film itself is just a it is so well done. It's It's haunting. It's, it's fun. And like the third act just goes like you're just watching. I love stories where you're watching where you're uncertain about the mental stability of one of a character that you're watching and just watching it kind of go down. And just very visually beautiful. There's some like really great moments, there's there's one moment where a character dies, by beat from impaling. And like the reaction that the person has, who's not used to who's never killed someone before just felt so genuine. It was hard to it was kind of hard to watch them kind of crack in the moment. There's just like so many great little bits in it, that work really well. And then it doesn't forget that it's to have fun at times, like when they show the fake movies in it. And they're always over the top always very bloody and whatnot. But yeah, and in the history, it just, it's also just great watching something that repeats the words fuck Margaret Thatcher, you know, like that. It's it's a very punk rock attitude with that, and so I appreciate the shit out of it.

James Jay Edwards:

Okay, before we get to our number ones, and actually, I'm going to challenge the listeners to try to guess each of our number ones. I think I know Jacobs. I'm not sure about Correia's and anybody who's been listening to us probably knows what mine is. But um, let's go through some honorable mentions of ones that did not make the cut. Yeah, I'll go first. My first honorable mention that just got bumped off my top 10 by Nightmare Alley when I saw it is that movie about the beach that makes people grow Old, and then they get Old on the beach, and they have to get off the beach or they grow Old. I don't remember what the name of it is. No Old is was was my number 10 until about a week ago. Also Candyman which is on both of your lists. That was another great one Censor is another one that just barely didn't make the cut. And also Superhost Superhost. Oh, yeah, that that Shudder one That one was another one that was and also, I didn't realize this actually came out this year cuz it was so long ago. Psycho Gorman. Yeah, it was January. Yeah. And um, so that kind of surprised me that came out there. And also, while I was looking up stuff to see if I missed it in 2021, I saw that there's a new Bad Ben movie this year. Do you guys watch the bad bad movies? No, they're not good. But they are all made. I think there's nine of them now, because one just came out this year. And they're all made by the same dude. And he does everything. And I think they're all on prime. But anyway, I need to catch up. Cuz I think I've only seen the first six. So I might have three to go. But anyway, those are my honorable mentions. What about you guys, Jacob?

Jacob Davidson:

Oh, well, there was a lot of movies. I wish I could have included on the list that you guys had listed. For example, the Fear Street trilogy, I kind of wish I had cheated. Like John did include that cheating? Quote, unquote, cheating.

James Jay Edwards:

bending the rules of this podcast. Fuck you. Right. Yes, Bucky.

Jacob Davidson:

Let's see what else. I also The Night House. That might have been I think that was just an instance of me getting confused because it was listed as a 2020 movie, but I really enjoyed that one. And other new Slumber Party Massacre movie was really good. I really dug that on TV. If it was a great continuation, the Slumber Party massacre franchise, of course, the big one psycho Gorman, which I kind of was kind of boxed into because I actually put that as my number one last year, again, because you know, just releasing was very weird. And I'd seen that at beyond fez at the driving last year. So if if I could, it would, it would definitely be on my top 10 This year, and it is an incredible movie, and I still love it. And uh, yeah, that's a failure. This was actually a pretty good year for horror. Like there are just so many good horror movies that came out this year. Yeah, also Titane you know, I really enjoyed that one. But yeah, you know, there is a thing. There's a lot of great horror movies this year. I wish I could put them all on the list.

James Jay Edwards:

It's like choosing your favorite child, Correia, what are your honorable mentions?

Jonathan Correia:

Oh man, so many honorable mentions once thinking of ones that you guys haven't said yet, first and foremost out Wrong Turn 2021 That was a very pleasant surprise because I've only ever seen the first of the original and I really didn't like it. It definitely wasn't my vibe. But the new one I had so much fun with it. I was very caught off guard and how much I liked it. And of course, you know, we had the cinematographer on which was a lot of fun too, but that's no suede. I genuinely had a lot of fun with the new Wrong Turn movie.

James Jay Edwards:

It was a genuine reboot. It was Oh yeah, mutant cannibals. It was it was I mean, it was something.

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah, it was a plot spoiler.

Jonathan Correia:

It was done in a very effective and fun way. And the log sequence was tough Mo was just a total WHAT THE FUCK moment. It was all around really solid, something I wasn't expecting from a reboot. And again, this is not because we've had Nick Junkersfeld on it just genuinely had a good time with that movie. Tales of the Uncanny. The Severin documentary that's all about anthology films. First of all, that's a gorgeous blu ray set if you got the limited edition with the bonus anthologies on it. But also, it was one of the best put together documentaries of the year. That was about movies. I still haven't seen the Folk Horror one so don't yell at me yet. My my box hasn't come in yet. But I thought that one was really well done. It was a it was another pandemic made movie. I think it was supposed to be a special feature. And then they're like, Well, fuck, we have all these people. Let's keep reaching out to more and make a whole thing about it. And it was phenomenal. Definitely ran up. Adding to cart the whole time going. Oh, yeah, I haven't seen this movie. Oh, yeah. I haven't seen this movie. One that I you know, Bo Burnham's Inside. I'm gonna say it's a horror. That's a horror. That's very fringe. But like is that that was you know, a we're we're it was real world horror. You know, just like by

James Jay Edwards:

the end it's a horror movie. I mean, when you see the guy unravel

Jacob Davidson:

any shot it in the Nightmare on Elm Street house. Yeah.

Jonathan Correia:

Yeah. But like, how much was that film needed? When you see how many people's had the soundtrack, the songs there. Spotify top listens. Like what a cathartic event for all of us to collectively go through again, with that one, and then a Slumbr Party Massecre again. It's another one that's just a lot of fun.

Jacob Davidson:

That I am so buying that blu ray when it comes out in a couple months. Oh, yeah. Do that needs to be sitting on my shelf next to the other three. Yeah, I got them all I got I gotta I gotta catch them all. Yeah.

Jonathan Correia:

And then just a shout out to Till Death. With Megan Fox. I know. That was one I brought up before. Is it top? 10? No. Is it a hell of a fun time? Yeah. And she gave like a really solid performance in that. So you know, I think that's a solid recognition right there. Oh, and lastly, Straight Out of Nowhere, Scooby Doo Meets Courage the Cowardly Dog. Oh, yeah. That one that got knocked out of my top 10. That was a very early draft pick for me. But I didn't even think to include that. I know. But it's so much fun. Like they they handled the mythology and the animation and the in the humor of both shows very well. They did like a kind of Greatest Hits rogue gallery moment with courage, which was excellent. Yeah, that one's a lot of fun. Highly recommend checking that one out, too.

James Jay Edwards:

All right, cool. On to our number ones. And my number one is controversial. Because every time I tell someone, it's my favorite movie of the year, they inevitably say, oh, but that was 2019. No, that was last year. But no, it was released in January of 2021. Saint Fucking Maud Saint Maud, is my number one. And anybody who saw it in 2019 at you know, whatever. Film Festival, yeah, good for you. But it was wide released January 2021. And it is my favorite movie of the year. Seconded.

Jonathan Correia:

Is it your number one as well. It's my number one pick is. And I saw it in 2020. But I knew it wasn't getting a wide release till 2021. So I even said it. Last year. bar has been set very high. And then they came very close. So many projects.

James Jay Edwards:

When I saw it in January. I said is it too early to declare this my favorite movie of the year? Because I am. And sure enough, nothing dethroned it. It's just an amazing movie. I mean, it I literally waited my A24 rep when it was finally going to get released. And I email getting a link. You know, I joke with her and I said, Hey, I feel like I've been waiting a year to see this and she says you have and I'm like, You're right. I have so so yeah, but it was definitely worth the weight. You know, same on if you haven't seen it, you know? What are you doing with yourself? Go see Saint Maud Alright, so no drama with Korea because he agrees with me on this. So yeah, Jacob, what is your number one and I think I know it.

Jacob Davidson:

Oh yeah. Thank you do coming in at number one is pausing for dramatic effect.

Jonathan Correia:

Oh soja Rhino Bailey

Jacob Davidson:

bonds Censor

James Jay Edwards:

I was gonna say Batcher is that your hint? Fuck Margaret Thatcher. Yeah, that's what I thought it would be. And you've been declaring that for like half a year or two. So Oh,

Jacob Davidson:

yeah, no, I was lucky, I got to see it first at the Sundance virtual festival. And it just blew me away, just because I thought it was such a brilliant mix of social commentary, and also a genuine homage to 80s and video nasties horror. And, you know, I, you know, I didn't, you know, I don't really have any connection to England. But it is interesting, kind of get that perspective on the culture the time because, you know, just so insane to think about that back then you could actually go to prison for selling one of these movies, and just how staunchly strict the British censor board was, and it was kind of offsetting that with like, the troubles and all these other social unrest in England at the time, and it's just so connected to today to you know, like the tagline says, it's all it's like, you can't edit reality. And it's all about this one woman who's obsessed with editing and censorship, and just how kind of her outlook affects her life and just this whole arc with her and her disappeared sister and her obsession and yeah, it's like John was saying, it's just a great mix of genuine horror with psychological horror and comedy. You know, it's it just hits all the right buttons for me and like I said, this is in terms of socially relevant horror movies, it may be one of the most in our posts reality, you know, like internet culture today,

Jonathan Correia:

and I really dug how in the movie because the protagonist is someone who works for the censor board, classifying films as video nasties is that she wasn't coming from like a self righteousness like, Oh, this is it right? This is it's her trying to get it right because she fully believes that these films can provoke violence even though that it has been proved yet so she's just trying to nail it right? Because in her mind the consequences is life or death for other people. And so in the movie when they get when a murder happens, and they get blamed for it, she takes it she fucking cracks she just fucking you know, cuz it was one that she reviewed it she's like, How did I miss it? I did everything I was supposed to. I was I was you know, and I love seeing that obsessive. I love seeing that other side of it. Because especially from like, my perspective, I'm 30 so I definitely missed the video nasties era. I'm also American so like, you know, didn't have to deal with any of that. Margaret Thatcher bullshit,

Jacob Davidson:

but also just an aside like when I did see a Censor theatrically Margaret Thatcher did get booed by the audience. I I saw at the Alamo go figure

Jonathan Correia:

for a second I thought you were gonna say yeah, when I saw it in theaters Margaret Thatcher was there and gave a q&a afterwards that would have been great. I would have thrown a tomato at her I don't know where I would have gotten her on it but uh but yeah, I yeah, I really dug all that but it again, there was a that was that was a hard one for me because those Titane Censor and Saint Maud like I was with James saying, like I even called it last year. I was like, I saw this film this year, but I'm gonna use it for next year and it's gonna be like, you know, the golden standard for 2021 and it was close like I was I was editing and moving those three around for a fucking week before I finally went alright, no, we're done. We're not touching anymore. We're dedicated and I would have been pissed if one of you guys also hadn't had Censor I got real worried at number two. I was like, I don't know where I know where James is going. But Jacob I feel like he has to say sets it for

James Jay Edwards:

I pretty much once we got into the top five and Jacob had you know, I was like, no, he's got to have Censor. Yeah. So

Jacob Davidson:

yeah. And again, just I think we've all the time and releasing stuff. I think I just got kind of mixed up on say, Mark, cuz I did also see that the driving. That's the other thing too. I can't remember when I saw it. But I did see the drive in and it was an amazing movie. Yeah, just I think I again, I was confused on Luis dates and stuff.

Jonathan Correia:

Listen, there's a pandemic going on, but we're working. And then we're also not in a pandemic, but there is more going on. But we're also working and like, you know, it's been a very confusing year, but there's been some really great movies that have come out. There's been a lot that I know I haven't seen. There's a lot that I've been hard to be able to see some have been super easy. There's a lot of hidden gems out there that I can't wait to be yelled at for missing and then discover later, you know, so I think I have more lenient on myself, especially this year for not having seen As many as possible, you know?

James Jay Edwards:

Yep. Well, these are our top 10. So, let us know if you agree with us if you disagree with us, if you think I'm an idiot for putting lamb and the Green Knight on mine, let us have it. And we'll, this is our season finale. And we're going to take a few weeks on the so if we don't, if you don't see an episode from us in a couple of weeks, don't panic or don't, you know, get too comfortable. I don't know, depending we we got a one star rating so that person's gonna be like, Oh, yes, they gave it up.

Jonathan Correia:

One out of like 12 By the way for passionate listeners. Don't forget to review us on your various podcasts wherever you listen, review, rate and review. It is

James Jay Edwards:

please review because I don't mind getting this one star rating. What bothers me is he didn't review so it's like, what am I doing wrong? If you think we suck, tell us why you think we suck and maybe we can improve.

Jonathan Correia:

And it was before Ghostbusters episode so like, like, if they want to come out and be like, Oh, you defended Ghostbusters. 2016. I'd be like, cool. Fuck you, too. It's my podcast. But yeah, definitely review. And hey, if you if you hate us, and you're still listening, great, keep listening, keep hate listening to us and review us like it's all cool. We just, it's very important for we're very small budget very, you know, it's just the four of us here every week. So if you can help us out by rating and reviewing on any and all of your favorite platforms, that will help us get more notice. Get more listeners. And mostly, I mean, we get no money out of this. So it would just be more motivating for us.

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah. It makes us feel good. Don't you want to make us feel good and positive?

Jonathan Correia:

Yeah. Good and positive. But also I I really want your hate reactions to our list. Please, please tell me how much of an asshole I am for nine including your favorite film of the year.

James Jay Edwards:

You can find us to give us those hate reactions on on Facebook, on Twitter on Instagram. iHorror.com you can you can find us anywhere. So yeah, track us down. Let us know that we're idiots for thinking Saint Maud is the 2021 movie. And yeah, all that stuff. Like I said, we're gonna take a couple weeks, but we will be back in the new year. I'm gonna say See you next year or

Jonathan Correia:

but like that's truthful. I mean, this is pretty early December. This is gonna come out mid December. So yeah, we'll see you sometime next year.

Jacob Davidson:

2022, baby. Yeah,

James Jay Edwards:

I we've always say that we're like launching into 2021. You know, launching next year. I'm cautiously tiptoeing into 2020.

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah, you know, we learned our lesson from 2020 and 2021.

James Jay Edwards:

I'm open to the door slowly and peeking around the corner.

Jonathan Correia:

No, no one is saying 2022 is gonna be my year. Like no one has said that. And if you do a you know, I admire your optimism. But yeah, I think I kind of said that last year and 2021 turned out to be just as rough if not rougher than 2020. So

James Jay Edwards:

yeah, and I don't think we're out of the woods because there's Yeah,

Jacob Davidson:

we're there's a lot. There's a lot we could discuss. But

James Jay Edwards:

I kind of think that this is just our new reality. Unfortunately.

Jacob Davidson:

Yeah. Just surviving. Now that's, that's making it our year surviving every year.

Jonathan Correia:

So yeah, be safe. Be nice to each other. You know. Do what you can to see to see us all and see you all next year. Be excellent

Jacob Davidson:

to each other always.

James Jay Edwards:

Exactly. Yes. And you know, have happy holidays. Merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah, joyous Kwanzaa, happy Boxing Day. Whatever you celebrate, celebrate it hard and celebrate it safely. And we will see you in the new year. So for me, James Jay Edwards.

Jacob Davidson:

I'm Jacob Davison.

Jonathan Correia:

I'm Jonathan Correia. Keep your Eye On Horror.

Intros
Pretext Warning about the lists
NUMBER 10s
NUMBER 9s
NUMBER 8S
NUMBER 7S
NUMBER 666s
NUMBER 5s
NUMBER 4s
NUMBER 3s
NUMBER 2s (tee hee hee)
Honorable Mentions
NUMBER 1s
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