Episode 216: The Changeling

We’re back and we’re poking around in our dusty old attic. It’s usually the most convenient place to find ghosts. You’d think that with the number of people who have died over the years, ghosts would be a bit easier to locate. Instead, we end up looking into all the dark corners of our homes, hoping to catch a glimpse of something spooky. It’s mostly just cobwebs and lonely spiders, however. Maybe we’ll just give up and put on this DVD of The Changeling instead.

Main Topic: The Changeling

This episode is our discussion of the 1980 Canadian horror film, The Changeling. While horror cinema is hardly short of ghost stories, there’s always room for a well-made one. And there’s good reason why The Changeling haunts so many genre best-of lists. As ever, we pick the film’s bones for gaming inspiration.

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Submissions for Issue 8 of The Blasphemous Tome

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A Weekend With Good Friends Thanks

Another Weekend With Good Friends has been and gone. This is the online gaming convention organised by our wonderful listeners and hosted on our Discord Server. The weekend was a rousing success, with well over 100 games and 250 participants. Thank you very much to everyone who made this happen!

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Scott on Ain’t Slayed Nobody

The finale of season one of the main “Y’all of Cthulhu” arc of Ain’t Slayed Nobody comes out the same day as this episode. If you listen to it, which you absolutely should, you may hear the mocking tones of one of the Good Friends, voicing an NPC. Recording this was suitably evil fun!

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