Dave, Mikey, & Twitterless Dr. Earl invite Jeremy Burgess on to celebrate Halloween with a terrifying discussion of horror movie locations.
It’s a monumental night for the 350th Episode of The Deucecast Movie Show (onward to 400!) as Mikey, Dave & #TwitterlessDrEarl talk up scary stuff in the annual Halloween episode! And of course, what better way to usher in the spooky than to invite on Friend of the Show Scaremy “Octo”Burgess to discuss favorite movie haunts.
First up, birthday movies… how old is “Gravity”? Or “Halloween III: Season of the Witch”? Or even “The Wiz”??
Next, a round of America’s favorite movie title game that sometimes premieres on The Deucecast, the one and only “Reel or Unreal”, where players have to guess the real movie from a list of mostly fake titles. Wait, is “Pumpkin Slice Latte” a real movie? Seriously?
Then, the crew talks about their top five favorite movie haunted locations — not just houses… but woods… spaceships… motels… cabins… next door neighbors… hospitals… towns, states, large bodies of water!
Finally, the results of MikeTober ’18, where Mikey gives his reviews on the assigned Halloween movies like “Magic” and “The Fog” and “Let the Right One In” and whatever crap #TwitterlessDrEarl assigned.
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