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Ep. 1: Trump and El Bestia (John Safran vs The Occult)

Length: 40 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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John travels to Los Angeles in pursuit of MS-13, a dangerous transnational street gang rumoured to have Satanic roots. He’s determined to find out whether their dark origin story is true and if, to this day, the gang kills in the name of the Devil.

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Insanely good

I can’t believe how interesting that was. On a broader scope you managed to delve into some really deep ideas. So funny, so captivating. And left me with such a sense of wonder.

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Absolute rubbish

I listened to the first episode and this is really just the bottom of the barrel. The show is all over the place. Safran is not a narrator of my choice. His voice is jerky and unappealing. The content is not enough to capture my attention.

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  • 01-12-2019

Narrator has an awfully annoying lisp

Story is good. Just the narration which is kind of important is in my view dreadful. Lisp combined an accent that I find irritating. No enjoyment for me in this. It’s a pity. It could have been very good.