The Final Girls and Boys: Series Finale, Part Two

One of the team’s favourite films of 2020, They Reach, is now on Amazon Prime in the UK

Kirsty, Stella, Ian and Dan gather for the last time this series, to cast their minds back over the podcast so far and discuss whatever comes to mind.  Meanwhile, Howard (who has now recovered from his COVID-19 jab) phones in for another delve into the Bag of Death.

The show will now go on a short hiatus.  We’ll be returning around June to discuss, once again, the best and worst of horror with the choicest of guests.  In the meantime, keep an eye on our webite, andnowpodcast.com, for new content, follow us on Twitter (@AndNowPodcast, @KirstyWorrow, @StellaGaynor, @IanWinterton, @LifeIsAboutFic and @LeeCushingPod) and consider donating to our Patreon page.

(Footnote: Apologies that this episode is dropping a day or so late.  This is due to Dan being involved in an almost nasty accident.  He’s okay, though, and no-one else was hurt.)

We have a sea of recommendations to tide you over:

The Love Witch is streaming via All4 (free in the UK) until 20th April

The Uncanny Hour is exclusively available to Patreon Supporters of the Cosmic Shambles Network

Wellington Paranormal is now streaming as part of the Now TV Entertainment package in the UK

The Handmaid’s Tale Seasons 1-3 are currently streaming free to UK Amazon Prime subscribers

The Margaret Atwood episode of Samira Ahmed’s How I Found My Voice podcast is available on Apple Podcasts

Doom Patrol is streaming via Starz Play in the UK

The Boys Seasons 1 and 2 are currently streaming free to UK Amazon Prime subscribers

They Reach is currently streaming free to UK Amazon Prime subscribers

The ninth episode of The Battersea Poltergeist podcast has been delayed due to the BBC coverage of the death of Prince Philip

The podcast Tanis is available to listen here

Watch for new of Ian’s new venture on the Cutaway Comics website

Sour Hall is still available to listen on Audible (and Leah Marks and Nicola Redman’s podcast The Voiceover Social, for voice actors and podcasters, is available here

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