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This is the third and final episode of our Halloween-themed series where each critic got to discuss their own horror or Halloween-related picks.
The final films in the series come from Erik's depraved mind, as we end things on an equally disturbing and humorous tone. First up is Wes Craven's first feature as a director, the notorious exploitation classic Last House on the Left. Is it as horrifying as its fame suggests, or is it an atonal mess?
Next, we dive into Rob Zombie's gruesome and hilarious whitesploitation grindhouse classic The Devil's Rejects. Is Zombie's fascination with bad hillbilly humor and his wife's ass as grating as it is in every other movie he made, or is this a pleasant exception?
Erik McClanahan is the lead film critic at Oregon Arts Watch, co-host of the Adjust Your Tracking podcast (Also available on iTunes), and a contributor at The Playlist.
Ryan Oliver is the co-host of the Unspooled Reel podcast and the author of the blog Wellness in 24 Frames.
Oktay Ege Kozak is a film critic for The Playlist, DVD Talk, The Oregon Herald, and Beyazperde.
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