SHE DIES TOMORROW, LA LLORONA, I USED TO GO HERE, and MADE IN ITALY on Episode #317

Kate Lyn Sheil faces the camera, tinged in blue light in the film She Dies Tomorrow

This week in COVIDville, we kick off the show with an email from one of our longtime listeners. SHE-RA, anyone? Then it’s off to the movies! Megan and Dave cover MADE IN ITALY (6:36), a drama starring Liam Neeson and his real-life son (Micheál Richardson) as an estranged father and son renovating a family home and dealing with the death of a loved one. Then Megan and Evan discuss the tragic Guatemalan horror film LA LLORONA (14:46), about a former dictator on trial for genocide, ghosts, and a mysterious Indigenous housekeeper. The whole gang talks about I USED TO GO HERE (25:42), writer/director Kris Rey’s warm comedy about a maybe-failed novelist (Gillian Jacobs) revisiting her college and getting caught up in the lives of its students. Finally, it’s Amy Seimetz’s SHE DIES TOMORROW (38:25), a tense film that defies categorization, starring Kate Lyn Sheil, Jane Adams, Chris Messina, and a blink-and-you’ll-miss-her Michelle Rodriguez. On this week’s Patreon exclusive audio, we discuss Brian Yuzna’s body horror film, SOCIETY, picked by one of our Selectpiece patrons.

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One thought on “SHE DIES TOMORROW, LA LLORONA, I USED TO GO HERE, and MADE IN ITALY on Episode #317

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