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After fearing our cohost lost and wondering what must have happened to him after his absence last week, your hosts are pleasantly surprised to not only see David return, but also bring in a choice of film that somehow manages to win over all the Addicts - Larry Fessenden's 2006 chiller The Last Winter.

With its ecological concerns, appearance by Fessenden's creature of choice (Wendigo!), and its strong cast, The Last Winter not only receives the oh-so-rare four thumbs up (the equivalent of 1000 Gremlins), but also spurs on a discussion that covers everything from Fessenden's other works, Shyamalan's The Happening, and the cinema of Danny Boyle and Oliver Stone (...yeah.  We digress.  A lot).

So bundle up, mind the crows, and enjoy our newest episode as you cut yourself a pair of new boots and wonder why Ron Perlman isn't in every film ever made.

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  1. TheAngryLibrarian 27 June, 2016 at 12:06

    Pretty much every week involves the rest of the guys telling Jinx off for interrupting their recapping of the films plot, maybe you should threaten Ghost Dad if he doesn’t stop???

    I have to say I’ve never seen a Larry Fessenden movie, but I’ll probably go have a look at some point, I mean, if Ron Perlman is in one of his films then it’s law that it must be watched.

    I would love to hear you guys talk about something like the Evil Dead, or the original Phantasm, covering some classic 70’s and 80’s films would be cool. As for modern stuff how about A girl walks home alone at night?

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