It took a few weeks of waiting and a provincial lockdown but we finally saw Scream (2022)! Join your horror hosts Jon & Kim as they sit down to discuss the newest edition of this legendary slasher franchise, immediately after leaving the theatre. What did Kim think of Gale Weathers’ new hair? Is Jon slowly turning into old, grizzled Dewey? What did everyone think of that wild character reveal that may or may not have changed the franchise forever??? Join ussss…
Reminder: This is a spoiler-filled episode. We discuss every twist and turn, so heads up, you might want to save this episode until after you’ve had a chance to see Scream (2022) yourself. Unless you want it all spoiled so it’s not as scary when you do eventually watch it at home. If that’s the case, come right in! We saved a seat for you too 🙂
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