Screen Tea Podcast: Knock at the Cabin

Kristen Cui, Jonathan Groff, and Ben Aldridge in Knock at the Cabin (2023, IMDb)

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! WARNING, WARNING, THIS EPISODE IS FILLED TO THE BRIM WITH SPOILERS for every M. Night Shyamalan movie ever made, including the film your hosts are actually covering, Knock at the Cabin!

Lock your doors and rearrange all heavy furniture to block all possible entrances before kicking back, relaxing, and listening as Lisha and Jules debate the merits of the film vs. book version of this story, whether or not the film version was Good or Bad for us Gays, and also as your hosts continue their trend of loving on Dave Bautista (as is well deserved). There’s plenty of healthy M. Night Shyamalan discourse to be found here, as well as Joe Dirt references in the year of our Lord 2023, so you’d better hope the apocalypse holds off just a little bit longer, because this episode sure is…something. 

Sources for this episode include,,, Paul Tremblay’s novel Cabin at the End of the World, and 

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