"From the heart comes a warning filled with bloody good cheer. Remember what happened as the 14th draws near!" Happy Valentine's Day, Epic Film Fans... get ready to get your heart broken! It's our 40th anniversary retrospective of the seminal 1981 Canadian slasher My Bloody Valentine! Hear Justin sing The Ballad of Harry Warden, and listen to LoySauce curse the MPAA for cutting out the film's glorious gore effects. Consider this episode our heartfelt love letter to one of the all-time great holiday horror movies! Thanks so much for listening!
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"Bleeding Hearts Still Beating" and "The Ballad of Harry Warden" from My Bloody Valentine, composed by Paul Zaza.
Evil Tea Company promo features "The Joker's Commercial" from Batman, composed by Danny Elfman.