GWYGH, Ep. 032: Valentine Violence

Even if you're having the worst Valentine's day ever, at least you're not being chased by a pickaxe murder, right? Doyin from Pour Life Decision joins Janine to celebrate February 14th by watching My Bloody Valentine 3-D (2009), a slasher film so weak it hides behind its 3-D effects and hopes you will forgive it for a weak plot and bad acting. But when you're watching a 3-D movie on a 2-D screen at home, you cut right to the bloody heart in a box of chocolates: squishy, overdramatic, and certainly a waste of perfectly good sweets.

GWYGH, Ep. 029: Murder, Actually

Christmas is right around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than to murder-ize your favorite holiday romance? Liz and Josh from Bloody Date Night join Janine to tear into a beloved Christmas movie: Love Actually (2003). Clouded by a star-studded cast, this jam-packed collection of interwoven love stories is either a movie you defend passionately or hate fiercely. If you despise the film, you’ll appreciate our ranked list of the characters by how creepy they are . If you love the film, well, maybe you’ll get a chuckle out of our pitch for the horror remake of the film, Love Axe-ually. Either way, there’s something for everyone when discussing this divisive classic!

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This is our last episode of the year as we’re taking a little hiatus for the holidays. See you in 2019!

GWYGH, Mini Ep. 024: Dust Belt

How do you get those designer shoes you've been eyeing but you can't afford? Simple: slap some dirt on your kid and send 'em off to the department store! If you don't give in to a child's demands, you're a heartless monster. Kate introduces Janine to a morbid, overwrought holiday song: Christmas Shoes by New Song.

GWYGH, Ep. 028: Christmas Spirit Shortage

Kicking off December right, Kate offers Janine two fun Christmas movies from 2003 with wildly different vibes: Bad Santa or Elf.

Tell your friends about GWYGH! Guaranteed to be "lighthearted fun on a cracker," according to Kate's mom's wonderful review. We love you!

Thank you so much to Paul from Plug in Missing for the amazing jingle featured in this episode!