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Join your horror hosts Kim & Jon as they close out their Murder on The Marquee double-feature with classic Italian splatterfest Demons (1985). Set almost entirely in one movie theatre, Demons is a gorefest of squished heads, torn flesh, and technicolor pus. It’s the perfect Friday night movie and one that goes from 0 to 666 in record time! Are the demons caused by an evil movie prop? Who knows. Were the gates to hell opened after watching a cursed movie in a damned theatre? We have no idea. But what we do know, is that Demons is a masterpiece of midnight madness and one hell of a good time. Join usssss…


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This week’s episode is also sponsored by Horror’s newest creature feature Mind Leech, available for rent right now! Join Sheriff Benjamin Pailey Jr. and Deputy Terrika Johnson as they follow the trail of destruction left behind by an influential invertebrate. Come see what the fuss is about at MindLeech.com

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March 9, 2023

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