Episode 114. Facks: 2022 Year in Review

We cast one last glance at a year with a lot of horror highs. Featuring our best of 2022, things we can’t live without, our top 10 horror movies of all time, and, of course, some bloopers. 


Alex’s Best of 2022
1. Nope 
2. Barbarian 
3. Prey
4. Orphan: First Kill
5. Men
6. Slash/Back
7. Fresh
8. Scream
9. What We Do in the Shadows S4
Andrea’s Best of 2022
1. Hellbender
2. The Innocents
3. Watcher
4. Men
5. Scream
6. The Harbinger
7. WNUF 2
8. Resurrection
9. Smile
10. Mad God
What Alex Can’t Live Without:
Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair
Nike Internationalists 
Dark Roast Coffee
A weighted blanket
A hair straightener (the GHD model mentioned)
What Andrea Can’t Live Without:
Croc’s Brooklyn platform sandal
Lululemon leggings
Wireless headphones & Audible
Tiger Balm
Alex’s Greatest Horror Movies of All Time:
1. The Shining (1980)
2. Alien (1979)
3. The Exorcist (1973)
4. Get Out (2017)
5. The Stepford Wives (1975)
6. Audition (1999)
7. The Witch (2015)
8. American Psycho (2000)
9. Suspiria (2018)
10. Scream (1996)
Andrea’s Greatest Horror Movies of All Time:
1. The Shining (1980)
2. The Devils (1971)
3. Night of the Living Dead (1968)
4. The Innocents (1961)
5. Night of the Hunter (1955)
6. The Witch (2015)
7. The Wicker Man (1973)
8. Get Out (2017)
9. Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)
10. Spoorloos (1988)



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3 thoughts on “Episode 114. Facks: 2022 Year in Review

  1. What a fun episode! I really enjoyed it and have copied your various lists for my down-time. I’d love a deeper look at “THE SHINING” even if it was just a smack down of that silly Asher documentary.

  2. Pamela Hollingsworth says:

    Thank you for a thoroughly enjoyable year in review. This podcast was my first discovery of the world of non-“bro”y horror podcasts, and has led me to so many others that I love. But of all of them this is the one has brought me to the realization that an intelligent, academic discussion of horror is not only possible but essential. And that when I finally get around to finishing my Masters’ thesis it will have something to do with the representation of women in horror film. Because you really can study exactly what you love!

    Thank you so much for what you do. Like you, Andrea, the last year was quite possibly the worst of my life. Without over sharing, natural disaster, anxieties around aging parents, and the death of my sister meant that distractions were not only needed but essential. You have helped to keep me sane, and I am resolved that this year will be a good one. With lots of walks and comfortable footwear.

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