- "In this episode we discuss My Soul to Take by master of horror Wes Craven. Wait, that's a typo—it just says mister of horror."
A serial killer returns to his hometown to stalk seven children who share the same birthday as the date he was allegedly put to rest.
In the small town of Riverton, a local legend tells of a serial killer's oath to come back and kill the seven children who were born on the night he supposedly died. Now 16 years later, Riverton residents are disappearing again, making some wonder if the legend is true. Bug, plagued by nightmares all his life, is one of the so-called Riverton Seven, and it's up to him to save his friends from an evil that will not rest.
- “There's a lot of characters just suddenly waking up from dreams. And you start to wonder, like: is this, like, a stealth Freddy movie? Like, is this gonna be a movie about a dream killer? But no, it's not.”
- Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @33:10
- Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @34:10
- Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @34:30
- “We've already established in previous podcasts that Dan is a perv, who women are disgusted by.”
- “It's like your brain is a nudity-seeking missile. It's like you can't go ten seconds without thinking of a way to turn it to boobs.”
- The Beastmaster @4:50
- Michael Winslow @5:30
- Sucker Punch @21:30, 38:25
- H.O.T.S. @30:55
- Sylvester Stallone @35:20
- Pogo: the Movie
- Starring Raul Esparza, Bernadette Peters, Jeffrey Tambor, Harlan Williams, and Zack Galafianakis @11:05
- Flame and Citron (2009) by Ole Christian Madsen (Dan)
- The Invisible Maniac (1990) by Adam Rifkin (Stuart)
- The Sweet Smell of Success (1957) by Alexander Mackendrick (Elliott)