14. Pin (1988).

Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees were barely mobile, but the titular Pin outdoes them both. Sarah & Adam discuss repressed killers, creepy dolls, Terry O’Quinn, the surprise connections this film has to Canadian Heritage Minutes and Breaking Bad, and more when they pay a visit to everyone’s favourite anatomical doll. Pin: It’s a little bit Psycho, a little bit Magic, and a whole lot of disturbing.

Show Notes.

Trailer. IMDB. Wikipedia.

Based on the novel of the same name by Andrew Neiderman.

The novel is available to read for free from the Internet Archive’s loan system.

A review of the film featuring PIN’s cover art with the “A Plastic Nightmare” subtitle.

Sandor Stern.

Cynthia Preston.

Quebec character Bronwen Mantel - Mrs. Linden - she played Queen Victoria in one of the original Heritage Minutes which was directed by Curtains’ Richard Ciupka!

The Stepfather, starring Terry O’Quinn.

O’Quinn returned for Stepfather 2: Make Room For Daddy. The less said about Stepfather 3 and the remake, the better.

Will Harris’ Random Roles is a great series of rapid-fire  interviews with actors discussing a number of different actors. Here’s Terry O’Quinn’s RR (no PIN mention, sadly).

Random Roles with Jonathan Banks where he barely remembers PIN.

Sample Slim Goodbody video.

Ideal David Cronenberg date movies: Scanners, if you’re Leon. Dead Ringers, if you’re Adam.

A preview of what we’ll be discussing on the next Scare-itage.

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