If you’re a horror film lover who also loves comedy, keep reading!
My Neighbors Are Dead, the podcast hosted by Adam Peacock, is known for incredible lineup of guests from Paranormal Activity star Katie Featherston to Bullseye star Jesse Thorn, and this week’s episode is no different. This week Adam sits down with Giving It Up For Less host and Superstore star Lauren Ash. The duo sits down and dishes about the Halloween movie series focusing on Halloween H20, the shortest Halloween movie ever made according to Lauren. The official synopsis says:
Lauren Ash (‘Superstore’, ‘Giving it up for Less’ podcast) stops by to discuss her love of the Halloween series and to introduce us to a mother that hit some bumps in the road.
The episode kicks off with Lauren dishing on how Halloween became one of her favorite horror movie series, stating it started when she and a high school boyfriend rented one of the movies one weekend and drove back and forth multiple times to the movie store to rent more movies from the series. She was excited when Halloween H20 eventually came to theaters. The two then talk about the plot, from the iconic scene of Michael coming face to face with Laurie Strode and LL Cool J’s character to the stereotype of watching horror movies with a significant other. The duo also agree that this series is one of their favorites of the classic horror films, Lauren attributing it to the classic mask we all know and fear. Adam states it’s the one that scared him the most because it’s a scenario that could actually happen as opposed to other films like the Child’s Play series. The two end the conversation dishing about how Halloween is one of the films that brought us Marvel superstar Paul Rudd. Lauren then comes back and gives a highly funny improvised performance as Claudia Davis, one of Michael Myers’ victims in the Halloween H20 film.
My Neighbors Are Dead, a Campfire Media production podcast, is produced by Nate Dufort and hosted by Adam Peacock. Every week Adam sits down with actors of some of our favorite horror movies. My Neighbors Are Dead is available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. If you are a horror film lover like me then this podcast is one you should be listening to. You can listen to this episode and all of the episodes on Spotify and Apple Podcasts with new episodes coming out every Tuesday.