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Essential and Underseen Horror Films – Cult Following Episode #70

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The Cult Following crew is back from hiatus with an all-new episode for Halloween focusing on essential movies you should view not just for Halloween, but that are criminally underseen and underrated. This episode will build your horror playlist with picks from all over the place, from VHS oddities to Hitchcock and classic Universal horror […]

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Our Favorite Stephen King Adaptations & Books – Cult Following Episode #69

Hey guys, this episode was recorded earlier this summer, but its raised from the grave just in time for Halloween! In this episode, we chat about Stephen King adaptations following the success of IT and the crew talks about some of their favorite books and works of his. Check it out leading up to the […]

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Movie Trivia or Cult Following Goes Running Man! – Cult Following Episode #68

Hey guys! Cult Following is back from a brief hiatus with some lost episodes! This was supposed to air right before our first trivia night at Valley Bar, but in this edition, Victor presents a horror trivia game for the Cult Following crew to play – testing their knowledge on taglines, catchphrases and much, much […]

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Remembering Tobe Hooper – Cult Following Episode #67


In this episode of Cult Following, the crew looks back at some of their favorite films by director Tobe Hooper. We chat about the Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1 and 2, Lifeforce, Funhouse, Poltergeist, Invaders from Mars and many, many more. We also chat about some recent films we’ve been watching like the new Netflix Death […]

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Review: ‘It’ (2017) – Even the Losers Get Lucky Sometimes


The newest adaptation of Stephen King’s seminal 1986 novel ‘It’ is a remarkable achievement. This film never forgets what makes this story special: the loveable losers at its center. It is joyful and laugh-out-loud funny and never becomes too dour. Set in the King-invented town of Derry, Maine in the summer of 1989 this is a […]

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