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Megan is Missing is a Bleak and Traumatizing Experience [The Rabid Dog’s House]

The Rabid Dog’s House is a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where contributor Justin Steele uncovers hidden gems, lost classics, and overlooked indie offerings. Flying solo or with his co-host Zena Dixon, he will discuss an array of topics covering film, literature, and television. Check out the latest installment below. In this episode we’re looking back at 2011’s Megan is Missing!

Megan is Missing is a 2011 found footage horror film directed by Michael Goi that follows best friends Amy (Amber Perkins) and Megan (Rachel Quinn). The two young teens share an incredibly strong bond despite their differences. Megan comes from a dysfunctional home while Amy is well-loved by her parents. Amy is, however, an outcast amongst her peers, and Megan is a popular girl considered the life of every party. After meeting a strange man online, Megan vanishes, and Amy becomes determined to find her best friend. Unfortunately, Amy is every bit as vulnerable as the lost Megan. Finding a recent resurgence through online outlets, Megan is Missing is a found footage selection for horror fans that are looking for something traumatic and is a bleak glimpse into the reality of teenage life.

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Join Justin and Zena as they discuss Megan is Missing below!

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Written by Justin Steele
Justin Steele is a graduate of Bowling Green State University. His focus was the representation of women and minorities in contemporary media. In addition to writing, he hosts the 411popCulture channel on YouTube. He enjoys Rep Theatre and once performed on Broadway. He currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio with his 15-year-old cat. He is a die-hard horror fan with a particular affinity for slasher films.
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