Sleepover Cinema

Films That Formed the Tween Collective Unconscious of the Y2K Era

Welcome to Sleepover Cinema, where we analyze the films that created the collective unconscious of the girls and gays of the late 90s and early 2000s.

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Hocus Pocus (Live!)

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Hocus Pocus (Live!)

Drag queens love it for a reason! Bette Midler post-Academy Award, the tasteful direction of Kenny Ortega, and boundless levels of Halloween camp have made 1993’s “Hocus Pocus” a cult classic. We discuss this beloved movie in our first-ever LIVE episode, recorded at the She Podcasts Live conference in Scottsdale, Arizona!

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Sweeney Todd

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The first R-rated many of us dared to see, star-studded with nearly every villain from the Harry Potter franchise, this one is for the emo theatre kids.
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RENT

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If you did youth theatre in the mid-000s (and especially if you considered yourself edgy), you already know it well— 2005’s RENT.
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Annie

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With the holy warmth of Ms. Audra McDonald and a character canonically referred to as “daddy,” 1999’s Annie is made-for-TV perfection.
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High School Musical 2

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We’re celebrating the end of summer with a quick trip to Lava Springs Country Club.
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The Team

Hannah Leach

Host & Producer
A graduate of NYU Tisch Dramatic Writing in 2017, Hannah is an audio producer, musician, educator, and writer based in Cleveland, Ohio. She is the older sister (and a leo).

Audrey Leach

Host
A graduate of NYU Tisch Film & TV in 2019, Audrey is a documentary filmmaker and editor based in NYC. She is the younger sister (and a cancer).

Sean Rule-Hoffman

Audio Engineer
Sean hails from Orange Village, Ohio. He earned a degree in Music Technology with a minor in Electronic Media and Film from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio.