TV & Film
Does what scared us as kids still hold up? Join the duo as they explore this topic and share what frightened them as little boys and ghouls.
This classic episode was originally recorded as part of the “Something Wicked This Way Comes” installment of Boys and Ghouls. But, the coverage of this topic came out so fun and nostalgic as to release it on its own, along with Kat’s spooky gab about her time spent on the set of an indie horror movie.
So, listen in as Kat discovers that 1990’s “Arachnophobia” was actually a comedy (or thrill-omedy) and as Marshall reveals which MTV music videos gave him the willies.
As Marshall and Kat discuss what kids are afraid of and why, you can discover if this episode (Boys and Ghouls’ fifth ever) holds up. Is what passed for top-shelf horror movie podcasting in 2012 still effective and engaging today? It is as much as Ozzy Osbourne’s “Bark at the Moon” werewolf is still scary (because it totally is).
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