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The artistic Chilling Adventures of Sabrina interview hunter kills the Indivisible Johnny English

So that was a pretty damn wordy headline, but this is a pretty damn wordy edition for the Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show, one that promises to shed light on the creepy look of Netflix's newest show, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

Jason and Shawn interviewed Elizabeth Thomson, the show's art director, earlier this month, and have a three-minute clip to share with audiences this morning. Thomson reveals how a show's production design comes together, and what an important facet of filmmaking it is.

The full interview drops during the extended cut podcast later today.

As for the rest of this morning's segment? Jason and Howie give the rundown on what creepy things there are to watch on TV, and yes, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is on that list.

What about the movies, you ask? Well . . . there's not a lot creepy there, actually.

But there is the submarine action flick Hunter Killer starring Gerard Butler, the faith-based war movie (yup, those exist) Indivisible, and Rowan Atkinson returns in Johnny English 3, so everyone can sleep better tonight.

The fun begins at about 8:40 a.m., with Mike S tweeting along as always over at @CameTheBasement. So, you know, stick with us and stuff!


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