July 29, 2019
We're finally diving back into our decades series and discussing some of our favorites from the 50s! One of the best eras for showcasing what an amazing allegory horror can be for the real life things that scare us. Enjoy!
July 26, 2019
It's Friday and you've all worked very hard and deserve a little treat! Here's a little half-time check-in on the horror scene of 2019!
July 16, 2019
Today, we're uploading a special episode that only happens once in every 90 years to discuss Ari Aster's beautiful new release. Skol!
July 1, 2019
Happy pride month everybody! This week the Queens each chose a film with an LGBTQAI theme. Spoiler alert for the movie Raw, the short story Carmilla, and the second Nightmare On Elm Street film.
We hope everybody has had a spectacular pride month, and that June has given everyone the boost we need to continue celebrating and protesting throughout the rest of the year. Know that no matter what, whether you love men, women, neither, both, vampires, or Freddie Krueger, you will always be loved and accepted by us at QOTD Podcast!
Lots of virtual hugs, and happy pride!
June 10, 2019
Because it's June and we're being eaten by gnats and we could all use a laugh. Beware of spoilers for Happy Death Day.
May 13, 2019
Happy Mother's Day from the Queens! These creepy kiddos will make you never look at children the same way again.
May 3, 2019
This week, we're reaching deep into our necrotic little hearts to recommend six fiction, true crime, and death studies reads. Don't forget to send us yours!
April 15, 2019
This week the ladies discuss some familiar and some . . . not so familiar . . . urban legends.
April 1, 2019
The Queens give their take on Jordan Peele's new movie "Us."
March 18, 2019
This week, each Queen discusses a serial killer who shares her zodiac sign! These guys are stone-cold, no joke bloodlusters, but maybe Mercury was in retrograde or something.
TRIGGER WARNING: There is a lot of content in this episode that may be difficult for some listeners. If you find yourself in a sensitive place, we recommend skipping a brief section of Rachel's from 23:20-24:00, and Maranda's entire section which comes last.