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Your humble hosts, Zoe and Gabby

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Best friend horror duo and your most humble of hosts, Zoe and Gabby, have been having these little tête-à-têtes for going on 20 years now. The only difference now is 1. they're being recorded, and 2. they're required to take notes and occasionally be coherent. Join us for a horror movie review every other Monday, where we discuss what worked, what didn't, what was scary, and who we'd ideally have carnal relations with. We accept you, one of us!

Latest Episodes

Episode 32 – Attic Expeditions

Gabby and Zoe invite you on their final Run and Stumble expedition (The Attic Expeditions circa 2001 to be exact) not with heavy hearts but with clear eyes fastened on the horizon where our new podcast looms. Say goodnight, not good bye sweet stumblers! Sally forth for the last time as we revisit a “classic” of the more obscure Seth Green catalog to find that we still know way too many lines by heart and that, to quote The Critic, “It stinks!” Do you dare to try to follow the plot we nearly tear our brains in twain trying to explain? Then grab our sweaty hands and come along!

71 MIN2018 OCT 4
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Episode 32 – Attic Expeditions

Episode 31 – Jennifer’s Body

EGentle reader / listener I hope you are ready for a truly wondrous wettie because for this episode we are dissecting Jennifer’s Body (2009). Our postmortem touches on how the film was deeply misunderstood by the people (MEN) in charge of marketing it and our ardent desire to see the female leads in a committed lesbian relationship. This is a solid Diablo Cody joint and we think you might want to clap eyes on it at some point in this brief mortal life we are given. Stay tuned for a special announcement at the top of the ep and then get out there and PROTECT MEGAN FOX. Lament Configs: As usual a day late and a dollar short Gabby recommends you watch a below the radar little show calledSharp Objects. Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson are revelations? These are not hot takes people but they need to be said! If you want a little additional insight on That Ending she endorses reading the book which is also quite good. Zoe doubles down on horse dads and urges you to return toThe Affairwhere...

69 MIN2018 SEP 5
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Episode 31 – Jennifer’s Body

Episode 30 – Cube

EHow did we all get here? Did you have a delicious pierogi halfway to your mouth and then awaken in a cube of podcast sounds? Well don’t panic, your faithful hosts and special guest and Boston area artist Ariel (www.arielkessler.com and on Instagram @ariel.kessler) are here to walk you through the traps and to the bridge out of The Cube (1997). When six strangers are transported to a mysterious maze of rooms with occasional death machines they’ll find that the real danger… is each other??!! Hell is other people and heaven is this episode where we dig into the big Q’s like: Would we survive the cube? (Why bother?) And who is more thirsty, these prisoners with no water forced to suck on buttons to keep the spit flowing or Gabby for doughy Canadian actors? Get out your Texas Instruments calculator and grab a motivational jelly bean for our most right angled episode ever!

98 MIN2018 JUL 9
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Episode 30 – Cube

Episode 29 – House of the Devil

Good evening sweet, innocent stumblers who are the right kind of gal to rent ear space in our podcast. Kindly insert this latest ep into your bangin walkman and let our nasal voices coax you through house prowling, rancid pizza eating and a hygienic pee break while clutching a giant knife. (Sidenote if you people DON’T listen to us on the toilet you’re dead to me.) This is all a very succinct way of saying we watched The House of the Devil, an excellent film with perhaps a touch too much wandering around and a coda that should go to the devil itself. We admire the lesbian love song of G. Greta Gerwig, the VERY affective spooks and scares and the 70’s atmosphere that was almost too convincing. Meet us at the graveyard with a rating and review and subscripting and we’ll repay you with drugged pizza. XOXO Z&G.

57 MIN2018 MAY 15
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Episode 29 – House of the Devil

Episode 28 – Rosemary’s Baby

EI hope you like the earthy taste of tannis root because this week thought leaders over at Run and Stumble are conspiring to discuss (pregnant pause) Rosemary’s Baby! This 1968 classic may have been directed by an irl swamp monster but it still paints an incisive and freaky deaky picture of women being denied agency over their own bodies and lives. Fun! Plus we talk haircuts, dream imagery and why Guy is the worst husband in cinema history. Fascinating trivia Gabby forgot to mention: that one dude Rosemary makes intense eye contact with at her party is the cult leader from Holy Hell. It’s on Netflix, you should watch it! So put on your best girlish pinafore, don’t eat the chocolate mouse and let Jackie Kennedy guide you through the convulsions as we deliver hot takes on a stone cold classic.

56 MIN2018 APR 20
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Episode 28 – Rosemary’s Baby

Episode 27 – XX

EYou know your beloved hosts love horror. We love the ladies. We love anthologies (I think?) 2017’s XX has all those things but we get four shorts that range from meh to I’ll allow it to intriguing to boo you whore. Tune in as we break down what makes this collection so largely forgettable, why three out of the four shorts stick to a maternal theme and why I need to stop supplementing the lack of reviews on IMDB with Reddit people failing to understand feminism. Let’s all learn something from this and keep investing in female creators and artists and being more discerning with the internet websites we visit. So count your chromosomes, imagine some stop motion interstitials between every topic we cover and let us tell you everything wrong with a project that could have been so, so right.

67 MIN2018 APR 3
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Episode 27 – XX

Episode 26- The Love Witch

EWhy do women in heterosexual relationships go bananas for The Love Witch while lovingly committed lesbians enjoy it from an aesthetic distance? Zoe and Gabby do a deep dive on this total nongeneralization and answer your other burning questions like: is smoking cool? Do we sympathize with Elaine? (Yes!) And was Margaret Atwood right about all those male fantasies? This is a definite strong recommendation from at least one of your hosts so do the right thing a spike lee joint and give it a watch. Gabby needs Anna Biller to have enough money to make 69 more movies. We’ll meet you in the lady’s Victorian tea room in full fabulous costume to continue the discussion afterward. Bright blessings!

57 MIN2018 MAR 13
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Episode 26- The Love Witch

Episode 25 – Black Christmas

EThis “week” our “weekly” podcast recording that took place in “February” tackles yet another holiday horror show: Black Christmas! Thrill as members of year 2018 who definitely didn’t record this months ago and then sit on it like Billy possibly sat on the baby (Agnes is pissed!) discuss the 1974 early progenitor of the slasher flick. We track some political implications, make some lesbian insinuations and generally burp it on up to the heavens. So stick you tongue in a socket if you want a real charge but for a more gentle delight tune in to this hot off the presses episode that is definitely not from December.

57 MIN2018 FEB 27
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Episode 25 – Black Christmas

Episode 24 – Holidays

ESpin the dreidel and pucker up under some mistletoe – Run & Stumble’s back with a special holiday episode: Holidays! We revel in this 2016 collection of horror shorts based on all the holidays white people love. Other than the criminal neglect of Hanukkah et all and the disturbing paucity of people of color or women in creative rolls it’s a delightfully nuts assemblage of stories with some true thrills and chills. Facebook keeps telling me x-mass used to be a ghost story based occasion so get festive with our latest spooktacular. Merry winter based festivities of any and all flavors to all and to all a goodnight!

80 MIN2017 DEC 25
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Episode 24 – Holidays

Episode 23 – Halloween

EIn honor of the high holy day tomorrow, we watched the original Halloween! Bonus features in this ep include the saga of Emily, the beagle that occasionally breaks free from her home and comes charging through Gabby’s yard, and the irresponsible teens that are addicted probably todrugs, but also definitely to leaving the gate open. As for the feature, we love the soundtrack, we have questions about these young teen fashions, errant pedophilia jokes are weird, and babysitting was clearly the global currency of the 70’s. Also, the term “bellin’ like Magellan” might arise, regarding some spectacular pantaloons. If that doesn’t entice you to listen to this very special episode of Run and Stumble, then dag nabit, I don’t know what will.

78 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Episode 23 – Halloween

Latest Episodes

Episode 32 – Attic Expeditions

Gabby and Zoe invite you on their final Run and Stumble expedition (The Attic Expeditions circa 2001 to be exact) not with heavy hearts but with clear eyes fastened on the horizon where our new podcast looms. Say goodnight, not good bye sweet stumblers! Sally forth for the last time as we revisit a “classic” of the more obscure Seth Green catalog to find that we still know way too many lines by heart and that, to quote The Critic, “It stinks!” Do you dare to try to follow the plot we nearly tear our brains in twain trying to explain? Then grab our sweaty hands and come along!

71 MIN2018 OCT 4
Comments
Episode 32 – Attic Expeditions

Episode 31 – Jennifer’s Body

EGentle reader / listener I hope you are ready for a truly wondrous wettie because for this episode we are dissecting Jennifer’s Body (2009). Our postmortem touches on how the film was deeply misunderstood by the people (MEN) in charge of marketing it and our ardent desire to see the female leads in a committed lesbian relationship. This is a solid Diablo Cody joint and we think you might want to clap eyes on it at some point in this brief mortal life we are given. Stay tuned for a special announcement at the top of the ep and then get out there and PROTECT MEGAN FOX. Lament Configs: As usual a day late and a dollar short Gabby recommends you watch a below the radar little show calledSharp Objects. Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson are revelations? These are not hot takes people but they need to be said! If you want a little additional insight on That Ending she endorses reading the book which is also quite good. Zoe doubles down on horse dads and urges you to return toThe Affairwhere...

69 MIN2018 SEP 5
Comments
Episode 31 – Jennifer’s Body

Episode 30 – Cube

EHow did we all get here? Did you have a delicious pierogi halfway to your mouth and then awaken in a cube of podcast sounds? Well don’t panic, your faithful hosts and special guest and Boston area artist Ariel (www.arielkessler.com and on Instagram @ariel.kessler) are here to walk you through the traps and to the bridge out of The Cube (1997). When six strangers are transported to a mysterious maze of rooms with occasional death machines they’ll find that the real danger… is each other??!! Hell is other people and heaven is this episode where we dig into the big Q’s like: Would we survive the cube? (Why bother?) And who is more thirsty, these prisoners with no water forced to suck on buttons to keep the spit flowing or Gabby for doughy Canadian actors? Get out your Texas Instruments calculator and grab a motivational jelly bean for our most right angled episode ever!

98 MIN2018 JUL 9
Comments
Episode 30 – Cube

Episode 29 – House of the Devil

Good evening sweet, innocent stumblers who are the right kind of gal to rent ear space in our podcast. Kindly insert this latest ep into your bangin walkman and let our nasal voices coax you through house prowling, rancid pizza eating and a hygienic pee break while clutching a giant knife. (Sidenote if you people DON’T listen to us on the toilet you’re dead to me.) This is all a very succinct way of saying we watched The House of the Devil, an excellent film with perhaps a touch too much wandering around and a coda that should go to the devil itself. We admire the lesbian love song of G. Greta Gerwig, the VERY affective spooks and scares and the 70’s atmosphere that was almost too convincing. Meet us at the graveyard with a rating and review and subscripting and we’ll repay you with drugged pizza. XOXO Z&G.

57 MIN2018 MAY 15
Comments
Episode 29 – House of the Devil

Episode 28 – Rosemary’s Baby

EI hope you like the earthy taste of tannis root because this week thought leaders over at Run and Stumble are conspiring to discuss (pregnant pause) Rosemary’s Baby! This 1968 classic may have been directed by an irl swamp monster but it still paints an incisive and freaky deaky picture of women being denied agency over their own bodies and lives. Fun! Plus we talk haircuts, dream imagery and why Guy is the worst husband in cinema history. Fascinating trivia Gabby forgot to mention: that one dude Rosemary makes intense eye contact with at her party is the cult leader from Holy Hell. It’s on Netflix, you should watch it! So put on your best girlish pinafore, don’t eat the chocolate mouse and let Jackie Kennedy guide you through the convulsions as we deliver hot takes on a stone cold classic.

56 MIN2018 APR 20
Comments
Episode 28 – Rosemary’s Baby

Episode 27 – XX

EYou know your beloved hosts love horror. We love the ladies. We love anthologies (I think?) 2017’s XX has all those things but we get four shorts that range from meh to I’ll allow it to intriguing to boo you whore. Tune in as we break down what makes this collection so largely forgettable, why three out of the four shorts stick to a maternal theme and why I need to stop supplementing the lack of reviews on IMDB with Reddit people failing to understand feminism. Let’s all learn something from this and keep investing in female creators and artists and being more discerning with the internet websites we visit. So count your chromosomes, imagine some stop motion interstitials between every topic we cover and let us tell you everything wrong with a project that could have been so, so right.

67 MIN2018 APR 3
Comments
Episode 27 – XX

Episode 26- The Love Witch

EWhy do women in heterosexual relationships go bananas for The Love Witch while lovingly committed lesbians enjoy it from an aesthetic distance? Zoe and Gabby do a deep dive on this total nongeneralization and answer your other burning questions like: is smoking cool? Do we sympathize with Elaine? (Yes!) And was Margaret Atwood right about all those male fantasies? This is a definite strong recommendation from at least one of your hosts so do the right thing a spike lee joint and give it a watch. Gabby needs Anna Biller to have enough money to make 69 more movies. We’ll meet you in the lady’s Victorian tea room in full fabulous costume to continue the discussion afterward. Bright blessings!

57 MIN2018 MAR 13
Comments
Episode 26- The Love Witch

Episode 25 – Black Christmas

EThis “week” our “weekly” podcast recording that took place in “February” tackles yet another holiday horror show: Black Christmas! Thrill as members of year 2018 who definitely didn’t record this months ago and then sit on it like Billy possibly sat on the baby (Agnes is pissed!) discuss the 1974 early progenitor of the slasher flick. We track some political implications, make some lesbian insinuations and generally burp it on up to the heavens. So stick you tongue in a socket if you want a real charge but for a more gentle delight tune in to this hot off the presses episode that is definitely not from December.

57 MIN2018 FEB 27
Comments
Episode 25 – Black Christmas

Episode 24 – Holidays

ESpin the dreidel and pucker up under some mistletoe – Run & Stumble’s back with a special holiday episode: Holidays! We revel in this 2016 collection of horror shorts based on all the holidays white people love. Other than the criminal neglect of Hanukkah et all and the disturbing paucity of people of color or women in creative rolls it’s a delightfully nuts assemblage of stories with some true thrills and chills. Facebook keeps telling me x-mass used to be a ghost story based occasion so get festive with our latest spooktacular. Merry winter based festivities of any and all flavors to all and to all a goodnight!

80 MIN2017 DEC 25
Comments
Episode 24 – Holidays

Episode 23 – Halloween

EIn honor of the high holy day tomorrow, we watched the original Halloween! Bonus features in this ep include the saga of Emily, the beagle that occasionally breaks free from her home and comes charging through Gabby’s yard, and the irresponsible teens that are addicted probably todrugs, but also definitely to leaving the gate open. As for the feature, we love the soundtrack, we have questions about these young teen fashions, errant pedophilia jokes are weird, and babysitting was clearly the global currency of the 70’s. Also, the term “bellin’ like Magellan” might arise, regarding some spectacular pantaloons. If that doesn’t entice you to listen to this very special episode of Run and Stumble, then dag nabit, I don’t know what will.

78 MIN2017 OCT 30
Comments
Episode 23 – Halloween
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