Binge-Watchers Podcast

Double Feature: We Summon The Darkness And Black Moon

September 01, 2020 Johnny Spoiler, Dangerous Dave, Nicky Lates, Double A, Rebecca Love, and The Binge-Watchers Season 20 Episode 14
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Double Feature: We Summon The Darkness And Black Moon
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Double Feature: We Summon The Darkness And Black Moon
Sep 01, 2020 Season 20 Episode 14
Johnny Spoiler, Dangerous Dave, Nicky Lates, Double A, Rebecca Love, and The Binge-Watchers

On tonight's exciting adventure into Binge-Watching:

  • If you name a movie Black Moon, it better have a werewolf!
  • Rebecca Love is back!
  • Is that a miniature Unicorn or a Uni-pony?
  • And Much more, so stay tuned!!!

What've You Heard? All the movie news we could cram including a brief, but heartfelt tribute to Chadwick Boseman, a talent that will be missed, HBO Max has a new documentary about Action Park, and Caroline Williams (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) returns to horror movies in the vampire flick, Ten Minutes To Midnight.

Tonight's movies? We Summon The Darkness on Netflix and Black Moon (1975.)

We Summon The Darkness is about heavy metal music fans that run afowl of a cult.

Black Moon 1975 is about a girl that hides out at a chateau while the world winds down and returns to a wild state of mind.

This episode is proudly supported by two of our partners:

CBS ALL ACCESS, which you can try FREE for 7 Days.  Right now, we are enjoying the adult animated comedy, Star Trek: Lower Decks while we await The Stand.

And SundayScaries.com. Overwhelmed with stress and paralyzed with an inability to concentrate, relax and get decent sleep? Sunday Scaries is a specially formulate CBD gummies with Vitamins D3 & B12 that were super consumable, easy to take on the go and effective. 

Use "BINGE25" (not case sensitive) for 25% off all products on SundayScaries.com.

Featured in Forbes, Men'sHealth, Allure & BestProducts, today they are a leading CDB company gicing back to their community and their happy customers. 

Sunday Scaries recently launched "Unicorn Jerky" a playful, rainbow-colored CBD-infused candy that supports The Trevor Project. The Trevor Project is a non-profit organization focused on supporting and saving LGBTQ youth through suicide prevention.

Sunday Scaries is currently working on a special release for Breast Cancer Awareness Month too. Those details are still a secret but will be announced in mid-September.

Use "BINGE25" (not case sensitive) for 25% off all products on SundayScaries.com.

Our Favorite Bits from these movies? This discussion includes a radical breast-feeding scene in which the "mother's milk" brings grandma back to life, and how well Johnny Knoxville portrayed a crazed preacher.

On the scales of our rating system Binge Now - Binge Later - Binge Never Black Moon 1975 is compared to Alice 1988.

A brief side discussion involves how introducing a werewolf might make any movie better.

During our What Else You Watching? segment, we get to talk about The Hunger, which is a great vampire drama with Susan Sarandon and David Bowie plus Werewolf Cop comes up, naturally, and one of us continues our obsession with submarine movies by watching and then comparing Crimson Tide to The Hunt For Red October.

Next week we start our Weird September run with Nemesis, a weird cyborg movie.







Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/bingewatcherspodcast)

Show Notes

On tonight's exciting adventure into Binge-Watching:

  • If you name a movie Black Moon, it better have a werewolf!
  • Rebecca Love is back!
  • Is that a miniature Unicorn or a Uni-pony?
  • And Much more, so stay tuned!!!

What've You Heard? All the movie news we could cram including a brief, but heartfelt tribute to Chadwick Boseman, a talent that will be missed, HBO Max has a new documentary about Action Park, and Caroline Williams (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) returns to horror movies in the vampire flick, Ten Minutes To Midnight.

Tonight's movies? We Summon The Darkness on Netflix and Black Moon (1975.)

We Summon The Darkness is about heavy metal music fans that run afowl of a cult.

Black Moon 1975 is about a girl that hides out at a chateau while the world winds down and returns to a wild state of mind.

This episode is proudly supported by two of our partners:

CBS ALL ACCESS, which you can try FREE for 7 Days.  Right now, we are enjoying the adult animated comedy, Star Trek: Lower Decks while we await The Stand.

And SundayScaries.com. Overwhelmed with stress and paralyzed with an inability to concentrate, relax and get decent sleep? Sunday Scaries is a specially formulate CBD gummies with Vitamins D3 & B12 that were super consumable, easy to take on the go and effective. 

Use "BINGE25" (not case sensitive) for 25% off all products on SundayScaries.com.

Featured in Forbes, Men'sHealth, Allure & BestProducts, today they are a leading CDB company gicing back to their community and their happy customers. 

Sunday Scaries recently launched "Unicorn Jerky" a playful, rainbow-colored CBD-infused candy that supports The Trevor Project. The Trevor Project is a non-profit organization focused on supporting and saving LGBTQ youth through suicide prevention.

Sunday Scaries is currently working on a special release for Breast Cancer Awareness Month too. Those details are still a secret but will be announced in mid-September.

Use "BINGE25" (not case sensitive) for 25% off all products on SundayScaries.com.

Our Favorite Bits from these movies? This discussion includes a radical breast-feeding scene in which the "mother's milk" brings grandma back to life, and how well Johnny Knoxville portrayed a crazed preacher.

On the scales of our rating system Binge Now - Binge Later - Binge Never Black Moon 1975 is compared to Alice 1988.

A brief side discussion involves how introducing a werewolf might make any movie better.

During our What Else You Watching? segment, we get to talk about The Hunger, which is a great vampire drama with Susan Sarandon and David Bowie plus Werewolf Cop comes up, naturally, and one of us continues our obsession with submarine movies by watching and then comparing Crimson Tide to The Hunt For Red October.

Next week we start our Weird September run with Nemesis, a weird cyborg movie.







Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/bingewatcherspodcast)