Child’s Play Jake takes over the hosting for this episode since this was Don’s introduction into the horror genre, and surprisingly Jake gets through it just fine. So we watched Child’s Play and let Don talk about his feelings and the movie. Plus how we could use a demented child in a haunt.
Nightmare On Elm Street In this episode Jake goes into detail about his introduction into the horror genre with 1984’s Nightmare On Elm Street. We then go into the nitty gritty of adding a boiler room setting to a haunt, rigging up a way to drag cast members around rooms with a pulley system, and briefly tease the next episode which will be all about stretch walls.
Salem’s Lot Jake, Jan, and Don watched Salem’s Lot and discuss how this was Jan’s introduction into the horror genre, as well as how they would best utilize aspects of the movie in our ideal haunted house setting.
Us Movie Review In a pre-launch special event, Jake, Jan, and Don went to the theaters and watched the new suspense thriller by Jordan Peele, Us. Immediately after viewing they sat and recorded a review that was nearly as long as the movie itself.
Welcome to the Fountain of Fear podcast. Here is a small taste of what’s to come while we build up a small buffer of episodes to share with you all. In the future you can expect to hear us dive into such movies as Salem’s Lot, the original Nightmare On Elm Street, and American Werewolf in London.
This is not going to simply be a horror movie review podcast, but rather a conversation on these movies and ways we could/would/should incorporate them into our haunted house.