Scream Queens 204: Halloween Blues

Welcome to The Scream Cast: A Slasher Podcast. This week Dan and Olga discuss Scream Queens season 2 episode 4 entitled “Halloween Blues.” We go through all the characters and dissect the show’s pros and cons. The music for this podcast is the Scream Queens theme song. Please send any feedback to us on twitter @ScreamPod. Thanks for listening! PlayPodcast

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Hey there, 26 year old TV junkie, podcaster, and aspiring screenwriter here. I graduated from Connecticut College with a degree in Film Studies and I love watching TV almost as much as I love criticizing it. My favorite shows include Buffy, The 100, Doctor Who, LOST, Jessica Jones, Breaking Bad, and so many more. Podcasting has been a passion of mine for over 7 years and I've covered a wide variety of (what I'd consider) guilty pleasure TV. This includes everything from Glee to MTV's Scream, to Girl Meets World. I love diving deep into a show, dissecting its storytelling, and commenting on the social and representational messages it provides. Currently, I reside in the Greater Boston area where I do freelance video editing for numerous companies. I've made several short films and I'm currently converting my basement into a mini studio so that I can build a YouTube channel. In my free time I design amateur video games using the Unity Game Engine and go to comedy shows with my wonderful girlfriend.

One thought on “Scream Queens 204: Halloween Blues”

  1. Not that it necessarily matters, but I really wanted to know why the killer did all of this. He had the appearance of lower middle class, which I guess made us assume he was a burglar. Did he just decide to kill Sarah or was there another reason? I still don’t quite understand why he wanted to kill Maddie being that she didn’t see him kill Sarah or hear anything. I buy that he gets a thrill out of killing, but I wanted more info on that.


    I loved the scenes with her hand in the door, the arrow shooting into her hamstring, and her pouring the peroxide on the wound. They were very cringe-worthy. Her silent crying had me crying and sympathizing more with her. Thanks for doing the podcast…missed Olga. Hope she feels better. 🙂


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