JFD667: Titicut Follies, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Song of the Blind Girl

Junk Food Dinner is back and this month we cautiously dip our toes back into the Ghoul Summer waters with three semi-ghoulish creep flicks! 

Up first, we get a first-hand look at the grim and sad lives of inmates of a Massachusetts mental asylum in the 60's in the avant garde, black & white documentary Titicut Follies from 1967.

Then, Michael Rooker makes his film debut in the low-budget look into the life of a murderous psychopath, his equally psychotic roommate and his innocent sister in 1986's Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.

And finally, an Iraq/Afghanistan War veteran returns home with a screw loose and kidnaps two young girls he believes are his daughters in the ultra-low-budget Song of the Blind Girl from 2011. 

All this plus Kevin's adventures in movie-going, Sean's trip to Boston, Halloween junk food of 2023, upcoming Jekyll & Hyde news, a new Dune book and so much more!


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