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The Final Girls: A Horror Film History Podcast

Anna Bogutskaya

A weekly podcast dedicated to exploring horror film history, one trope at a time. Each series we dissect a trope to death through deep dive conversations hosted by film writer Anna Bogutskaya.

PublishesWeeklyEpisodes202Founded4 years ago
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Latest Episodes

Scholar Stacey Abbott joins me two movie serial killers: the chaos of The Hitcher (1986), where Rutger Hauer kills on the highway and the conservative fantasies of Terry O'Quinn in The Stepfather (1987). more

30 hours ago

Film critic and writer Katie Rife joins me to discuss very different two portraits of serial killers: the highly fictionalised The Boston Strangler (1968), starring Tony Curtis, and the acclaimed Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986), with the ic... more

8 days ago

Actor and writer Isaura Barbé-Brown goes deep on two quietly distressing films: 10 Rillington Place (1971), which dramatises the real-life murderer John Christie, and the much-acclaimed Spoorloos (1988), a Dutch horror film that was dubbed by Stanley... more

14 days ago

An exclusive (and spoiler-free!) interview with The First Omen director Arkasha Stevenson. The First Omen is out in UK cinemas now. more

15 days ago


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 257 ratings
  • Best there is

    So, so love Anna and her fresh, intelligent and insightful way of talking about films.

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    Leonardo Di Luxy
    United Kingdom18 days ago
  • Cherry Falls!!!!

    I thought this movie was a fever dream from my younger days! I was obsessed with the tv version here shown in the US when I was younger. Never realized how gorey it was bc it was a TV edit!! Loved the episode and revisit!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States25 days ago
  • The Best Ever

    Well, if you aren’t obsessed with Anna, you are wrong. I adore this podcast. Smart feminist analysis is so needed, and I love keeping up with these themes. Well researched, smart, to the point, funny, and highly entertaining. I thoroughly recommend. more

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    Brianna Bass
    United Statesa month ago
  • Love the section on Hag Horror

    Thank you for including Scream, Pretty Peggy! Viewed on tv In Canada at the tender age of 11, it frightened me so much that I wouldn't go back to appreciate horror well into my 30's. Now I'm a huge fan and podcasts like yours continue to feed my appetite.

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    Canadaa month ago
  • Love love love

    The discussion on Promising Young Woman so spot on I felt my loneliness dissipated a bit!

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    H Mit
    United Kingdom5 months ago

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