I Do Movies Badly: Introduction to Religious Horror Films (featuring Spooky Doings)

Chelsea Bennington and Rick Guzman, who started the Spooky Doings improv group that in turn inspired the titular podcast, join I Do Movies Badly to talk about the advent of their horror-themed improv comedy, how their religious upbringings have influenced their moviegoing, and share some religious horror films to watch. 

Full disclosure: the recommendations are based around Judeo-Christian themes and iconography. This approach was not taken to be dismissive of or discriminatory against other religions, but because it happens to be the formative religion for all of them: Rick (a devout atheist raised Catholic), Chelsea (spiritual, but not religious), and Jim (devout Christian). 

Recommendations: William Friedkin’s The Exorcist (1973), Frailty (2001), and The Prophecy (1995).

Keep up with Spooky Doings on Facebook
Listen to the Spooky Doings Podcast (specifically, if so interested, Jim’s guest episode talking about Bram Stoker’s Dracula)

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1 Response

  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    I believe Kevin Smith’s “Dogma” also depicted angels resentful of humans.

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