Greetings, and welcome back to Horror Business. We have something a little different for you guys this episode, as we’re not going to be talking about anything specific but are instead just hanging out and talking.

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We talk about Justin’s recent transcontinental road trip and how we met up in Chicago for dinner and hangs, including Justin’s abominable diet on the trip and how he in general is a disgusting monster in general. (We briefly mention the new vegan pizza place in Lehigh Valley Paranormal Pizza so shout out to them!)

We talk about the new Taiwanese horror film The Sadness and how almost overwhelmingly violent but haunting the film was, as well as some of the underlying themes the film has and some of the more unorthodox choices it makes narratively.

Liam briefly talks about the film Everything Everywhere All At Once. Liam talks about attending a live show of the podcast Horror Vanguard hosted by past guest on the podcast Jon Greenaway. Justin talks about seeing the film The Cellar a few highlights of his trip, including seeing filming locations of the 1990 version of Night Of The Living Dead, the Monroeville Mall, and a few creepy experiences he had along the way, including visiting Point Pleasant, West Virginia where the Mothman sightings occurred, the Devil’s Tower in Wyoming, and getting a behind the scenes tour of the UFO Watchtower in Hooper, Colorado where he got to see the skeleton of Snippy the horse.

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