HAPPY HOLIDAYS! To continue with the festivities, this episode we talk about the 2015 horror comedy Krampus, directed by Michael Dougherty. 🐐🎅🏻🔮

We had a hard time categorising this film within the comedy genre: is it a critical satire that mocks to make a point or just bad slapstick? We also went into the strange folklore that relied on shoehorning in a Nazi Germany subplot, which felt inappropriate and incongruent. Finally, we discussed the issue of fat phobia in American comedy.

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The Coven: Mila, Louisa, Tyia and Zeba

Theme Music and Transitions by: Ruud Bemelmans

‘Witch of the Week’ Music by: Sebastian Pizzaro


Violence, murder, death, discussions of Nazi Germany and anti-semitism, and discussions of fatphobia

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