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Knight Light
A Horror Movie Podcast
An award-winning podcast that takes a different horror film based on the theme of the month and breaks it down scene by scene (we spoil everything), which allows us to have a thoughtful conversation on the movie as a whole. Three Knights hold these discussions; Prince Jackson, David Celarie, and Freddy...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 155 ratings
It’s good
Please please please never sing on mic again
samtheking25 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/10/21
Excuse me, knights right!!!
Love this pod! And don’t hate on language. Try to record yourself speaking at length without a few missteps. Even though I may never see some of these films (shout out Poughkeepsie tapes) the recap is always genuine and lovely. Needs more stars.
ShitPantsHuggedFloor via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/23/21
Spoopy Boys Deliver
These guys clearly have a passion for movies as it shows in every episode. I really like that even when a movie doesn’t resonate with them, they still point out aspects of the movie that they thought were done well, and they do so with respect. Looking forward to hearing these boys explore more...Read full review »
purpurinastitch via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/08/21
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