Ep#25 - Hoser Horror: A Fruet Duet (Spasms & Blue Monkey)

Ep#25 - Hoser Horror: A Fruet Duet (Spasms & Blue Monkey)

This time on Notes from the Back Row, Carlo and Dan are back in the great white north for another round of Hoser Horror. On the show, they’ve covered William Fruet before (Death Weekend) and now they’re unveiling round two with a duet of movies by Fruet: the snake/telepathy thriller of Spasms (1983), and the sci-fi throwback with a modern twist that is Blue Monkey (1987). Do they stand beside the stone-cold classic that is Death Weekend? You’ll have to listen in to find out!

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