Film & Water Presents: Turn It Off with Tracy #24

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

Episode 24: THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL

Robs pops in some Fixx on cassette and sees how far Tracy gets with Ti West’s 2008 horror thriller THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL.

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5 responses to “Film & Water Presents: Turn It Off with Tracy #24

  1. I’m delighted you liked the spreadsheet – it was a labour of love! I had no idea that Tracy was such a fan of Google Spreadsheets! I have added nothing to your quotes, so this is EXACTLY how funny & entertaining you both are on the show.

    I’ll post the link here, in case anyone wants to read it and re-live the past year of “Turn It Off…”

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16puhhpanh43ZfMEvMkrop7Zs18NkG2p8GCMJCYoMfLc/edit?usp=sharing

    1. Oh she’d spend all day in spreadsheets if she could, so the SOT is the perfect item for both of us, in style and content. I hope we did it justice on the show by getting across how awesome it is.

  2. First off, Chris Lewis—genius. Well done sir. That’s fascinating stuff. I could see a series of spreadsheets detailing tropes from the series. Can you imagine the metrics on how many times Shag said “She’s hot” and why? Or how many times Cindy hit me and why? Or how many times someone makes a reference to Ryan being broken after Last Jedi?

    I haven’t heard of this movie, but even though I had it spoiled for me (my decision there), it sounds good and creepy. I may have to check it out.

    Tom Noonan was the Frankenstein Monster in Monster Squad. Now there’s a movie Tracy should be able to make it through. Well, the possum eating at the beginning may be an early speed bump…

    Chris

    1. Chris – you should definitely keep track of the number of times your spouse strikes you for no apparent reason – it’s good for police records.

    2. Thanks for the offer, but I’m going to let somebody else tackle the “ ‘She’s Hot’ Spreadsheet of Lasciviousness”!

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