Episode #296 – Slender Man

Shocktober 2019 concludes with our dissection of the Internet meme/creepypasta horror film, Slender Man. Thanks to Max Fun HQ for letting us pop in and use an actual studio for once. Meanwhile Stuart tells a tale of nude figure drawing, Dan reveals karaoke antics, and Elliott’s not afraid of businessmen.

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Wow. Christian Bale really transforms himself.

Wikipedia synopsis of Slender Man

Movies recommended in this episode:


Three Tears on Bloodstained Flesh

Who Let the Dogs Out

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October 26th, 2019



  1. Wildride says:

    “How month was it?!?”

  2. Wildride says:

    “How movie was it?!?”

    OK, I’ll stop.

  3. Katerade says:

    I, Claudius, was/is one of my all time favorite weird PBS shows I caught as a kid and rewatched as a college student. I can’t believe my parents let me watch it. But, Elliott or any peach- do yourself a favor and read the book. It’s also great. It’s the rare occasion where the book and the show are both excellent. Also John Hurt and a very sexy star ship captain make this series one of the very best ever. I’m a little sad to share this gem with the world honestly because I’ve loved it for so long. I’m glad it’s in good hands!!

    • Gerald Fnord says:

      Somewhere else, Hodgman’s feed maybe, Mr Kalan is quoted as saying that he had never seen the T.V. adaptation but had read the book.

  4. Vardulon says:

    This is a low-bitrate version of the episode for people with low bitrates: https://archive.org/details/theflophouseepisode296slendermanlowbitrate

  5. James says:

    Feel free to delete/not add this comment but it seems like the links in the last few posts are linking back to older items. For example the link to the wiki page on here links to The Nun, and Boy links to Child’s play.

  6. Gerald Fnord says:

    Re: Hiram Slenderman

    In the 19th Century, Chaim Slenderman might very well had become ‘Hiram’.

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