Girls, Guts, & Giallo podcast

Girls, Guts, & Giallo

Annie Rose Malamet

Sign up for Bonus Episodes: A monthly podcast about subversive and controversial cinema hosted by Lesbian Vampire, Annie Rose and featuring various guests. A celebration of trash and feminine perversion.

60 Episódios

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    Rosemary's Baby (1968) Part II


    Lucé and I return with the rest of our discussion about Rosemary's Baby. Content note for discussions of rape and abuse.  Subscribe to my Patreon at
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    Rosemary's Baby (1968) Part I


    I'm back! You've all been so patient so you're in for a real treat. Comedienne and podcaster Lucé Tomlin-Brenner joins me once again for a detailed discussion of Rosemary's Baby. It is perhaps one of the most famous horror films of all time, shrouded in mysterious curses and dark 1960s counterculture history. We discuss reckoning with Roman Polanski's legacy of artistry and misogyny as feminist survivors, the occult boom of the late 1960s, why Mia Farrow upsets me, Charles Manson, and so much more.  If you like what I do and you miss weekly episodes, consider signing up for my Patreon at where I post bonus content and host screenings. 
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    Hellraiser (1987) Part II


    Tina Horn returns to finish our discussion on Clive Barker's Hellraiser. Sign up for more content at
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    Hellraiser (1987) Part I


    Part I of one of the most requested films for Girls, Guts, & Giallo! Famous pervert Tina Horn of Why Are People Into That?! joins me to discuss Clive Barker's opus: Hellraiser (1987)! In part one of this lengthy discourse, we discuss the production, the novella it's based on (Hellbound Heart), and why sadomasochism is an essential theme of the film. Stay tuned for part two next month. Sign up for my patreon at for more juicy content. 
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    Spring Breakers (2012)


    I'm back after a much needed break from main podcast episodes! For this new episode, I talked to music journalist Suzy Exposito about Harmony Korine's film, "Spring Breakers." We discuss themes related to whiteness and cultural tourism, culture at the beginning of the 2010s, and what Britney Spears represents to millennials. If you're missing more podcast episodes from me, be sure to subscribe to my Patreon at for bonus episodes and screenings. 
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    The Devils (1971)


    Horror writer Gretchen Felker-Martin joins me to discuss her favorite film, Ken Russell's extremely controversial nasty, "The Devils." We talk about the ethics of the film's production, horny nuns, and why we love this outrageous movie so much. 
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    Crash (1996)


    Comedienne and podcaster Lucé Tomlin-Brenner joins me for an extremely juice discussion on David Cronenberg's fetish fest, "Crash." Buckle up, because this is one is quite a ride. This episode was originally released as a bonus on my Patreon. 
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    Deep Red (1975)


    Artist and writer Drusilla Adeline joins me for a discussion on Dario Argento's most famous film. This episode was originally a bonus episode on my Patreon that I've decided to release in honor of the late Daria Nicolodi. If you love giallo history and lots of gender analysis, give it a listen. 
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    Eve's Bayou (1997)


    Black studies scholar and performance artist Zalika U. Ibaorimi joins me for an in depth discussion of Kasi Lemmon's masterpiece.  Sign up for my patreon at
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    Brazil (1985)


    Tina Horn returns to dissect Terry Gilliam's cult classic about failed, dystopian bureaucracy. It's a long one, folks! Buckle up. 

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