A Cure for the Common Craig

16th Annual A-Z of Horror Festival, Part 3

October 26, 2020 Common Craig / Nicole Episode 37
A Cure for the Common Craig
16th Annual A-Z of Horror Festival, Part 3
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A Cure for the Common Craig
16th Annual A-Z of Horror Festival, Part 3
Oct 26, 2020 Episode 37
Common Craig / Nicole

The 16th Annual A-Z of Horror Festival continues. We reveal festival entries N-S, in this episode, Part 3. Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing investigate bizarre happenings at an orphanage, where the trustees, and perhaps even the children, seem to be up to something nefarious. A movie becomes an odd promotional vehicle for Hasbro, despite the fact that the item used in the movie is essentially a gateway to speak to the dead, which of course, then leads to the deaths of those who use it! Go out and buy that sucker, right now! Then, spirits are invading Japan through modern telecommunications devices and we are all in a hell of a lot of trouble. The Gill-man returns! And seems to be seeking revenge! But only after he's chained to the bottom of an aquarium. Who can blame him for being upset? And then from there, this year's festival gets its own theme movie! With kind of its own theme song. But ultimately, it comes down to which is worse. The song? Or the movie?

Show Notes

The 16th Annual A-Z of Horror Festival continues. We reveal festival entries N-S, in this episode, Part 3. Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing investigate bizarre happenings at an orphanage, where the trustees, and perhaps even the children, seem to be up to something nefarious. A movie becomes an odd promotional vehicle for Hasbro, despite the fact that the item used in the movie is essentially a gateway to speak to the dead, which of course, then leads to the deaths of those who use it! Go out and buy that sucker, right now! Then, spirits are invading Japan through modern telecommunications devices and we are all in a hell of a lot of trouble. The Gill-man returns! And seems to be seeking revenge! But only after he's chained to the bottom of an aquarium. Who can blame him for being upset? And then from there, this year's festival gets its own theme movie! With kind of its own theme song. But ultimately, it comes down to which is worse. The song? Or the movie?