more deadly episode 72 cocaine bear directed by elizabeth banks

On this episode of More Deadly, we’re joined by special guest Joe Charnews of Small Town Failing Podcast. We discuss feminist ursine heroes, the pure joy of Margo Martindale camping it up, and sweet, sweet gore in our review of Cocaine Bear directed by Elizabeth Banks.

So, was this film a cinematic high… or did we end up feeling mauled? Listen to The More Deadly Podcast Episode 72 to find out!

What to watch before the next episode: The Slumber Party Massacre (1982) with The Salem Horror Fest founder Kay Lynch.

In the extended version of this episode for our Patrons, Ariel tells Rachel the true story of Cocaine Bear aka Pablo Escobear, we read some listener mail, and Ariel makes good on a promise at last! Support our Patreon to access longer episodes, live shows, and much more!

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