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The Murder Podcast

USA 2021
produced by
Matt Dodd, Luke Michael Williams, Andrew McDermott, Cooper Bucha for Brodacious Films
directed by William Bagley
starring Andrew McDermott, Cooper Bucha, Levi Burdick, Luke Michael Williams, Brian Emond, Logan Mariner, Jomaa Mohamad, Nicole Tokunaga, Chris Mayers, Philip Spartis, Scott Hawkins, Owen Bagley
written by William Bagley, music by Team Lovett

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Chad (Andrew McDermott) and Eddie (Cooper Bucha) are two young stoners who have a dream, they want to become world-famous podcasters - however the topic they have chosen, a ramen review show, brings them hardly any audience. This is especially problematic for Chad as his sister (Logan Mariner) and her husband (Brian Emond) want to throw him out of their basement unless he pays rent. Then a murder occurs in town, and Chad has the idea of his lifetime (he thinks), why not solve murder cases on their podcast? The fact that they have no forensic experience at all doesn't even play into his thoughts there. However, the murder soon is ruled a lethal accident by the local Sheriff (Levi Burdick) - but things heat up when the victim's (Jomaa Mohamad) mother (Nicole Tokunaga) is also found murdered the next day. And Chad makes an observation while at the Sheriff's: A weird coin has been found with both murder victims, and a similar coin is also sitting on the Sheriff's desk - so Chad deduces the Sheriff just has to be a serialkiller with a predilection for coins. However, when they stake out the Sheriff's house that night, they witness him and his Deputy (Luke Michael Williams) killed by a witch (Scott Hawkins). Chad and Eddie swipe the evidence box for the murder case from the Sheriff's house which also includes said coin - which is a pretty bad idea because without their knowledge, it's actually the coin that attracts the witch to whoever carries it. And thus, soon enough Chad is paid a visit by the witch ...


Maybe not the re-invention of the genre, but an enjoyable horror stoner comedy for sure, thanks to its likeable duo of protagonists and many fun supporting characters/caricatures. And while the humour's not always super-subtle and has its fair share of puking jokes, it never drifts off into the merely moronic, while in its horror scenes the film's really on point and sufficiently creepy. So in all maybe not wholly original but a pretty entertaining genre effort that's almost sure to make you giggle ever so often even when you're not stoned.


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