Welcome to another installment of 31 Days of Halloween! This is our chance to set the mood for the spookiest and scariest month of the year as we focus our attention on horror and Halloween fun. For the month of October we’ll be sharing various pieces of underappreciated scary books, comics, movies, and television to help keep you terrified and entertained all the way up to Halloween.
Blake and Nathaniel end 31 Days of Halloween with a discuss movies about killer animals. There is talk about the famous ones like Jaws and Cujo, the overlooked ones like Piranha plus ones like whatever Night of the Lepus is supposed to be. Plus, talk about Michael Bay’s new Covid movie.
The show starts with a talk about Oscar Isaac and Moon Knight. Blake talks about why it might work while Nathaniel wonders how Isaac will be able to play a teenager. The two also talk about Bay’s new movie Songbird. The movie is set four years in the future in which Covid-23 still haunts America.
On this week’s What You Need to Know, Blake and Nathaniel discuss the importance of likable characters. The two talk about how unimportant than can be in some genres and how the lack of any can ruin other types of movies.
This week’s main segment is about killer animals. There is some Sharknado talk, but the two also talk dangerous baboons, rats, and how snakes are not as bad as they are made out to be. Plus, Bunnicula!
Adventures in Movies! is hosted by Nathaniel Muir, Blake, and Danny. You can find Nathaniel on Instagram at nathaninpoortaste. Danny can be found on Twitter @default_player and on Instagram at default_player. Blake can be found on Twitter @foureyedhorror and on Instagram at foureyedhorror. You can reach us personally or on Twitter @AiPTMovies.
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