Film & Water Presents: Turn It Off With Tracy #17

THE FILM & WATER PODCAST PRESENTS: TURN IT OFF WITH TRACY

Episode 17: IT FOLLOWS

Tracy is back, subjecting herself to Robert David Mitchell’s modern horror classic IT FOLLOWS!

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11 responses to “Film & Water Presents: Turn It Off With Tracy #17

  1. I liked this film too, it certainly had that uncanny quality I want in a supernatural drama. It might make a fun double bill with that other curse flick, Drag Me To Hell.

    Happy Anniversary!

  2. I liked this a lot. I am pretty sure that the rule is if it kills the person you had sex with it then stalks you again as the next link in the promiscuity chain. Thus it truly follows. Therefore the only way to keep it away from you ultimately is to continue sleeping with people, putting bodies between you and it but basically dooming your partners.

    The saddest scene for me is when the main character, fearing her own death, forlornly swims out to the rowboat to have sex with a nameless guy. It’s really a gut punch.

    On a lighter note, when I first watched this I said to myself ‘Well the Anj in high school really would not be worried about this. He couldn’t get any play.’

  3. I heard about this, but had no idea about the premise. Very interesting, and original! And that is incredibly hard to come by nowadays in any kind of film. I’ll have to check it out!

    I think for your anniversary, you should have let Tracy call you by your nickname on air.

    Chris

  4. This has proven to be a fascinating experiment and a nice glimpse into Rob eventually being kicked out of his home.

  5. Not surprised at the short showing, this one is intense! Very well crafted, and up there with Get Out for innovation.

  6. Tracy is a braver person than I. I wouldn’t watch this film in a million years, but it sounds like a creative premise for a horror movie. I’m really tempted to check out Mitchell’s other movies. The upcoming mystery you mentioned sounds like it would be much more my speed. Thanks for another great episode.

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