Out Now Bonus: 2017 Horror Special 4 - Children’s Horror
This fourth horror special for the month tasks Out Now with Aaron and Abe with determining what horror films are for people of all ages. The idea of children’s horror may seem strange, but there are a number of films that really do work for all and it’s great to give families some ideas of what else is out there beyond some of the obvious choices. Aaron and Abe are joined by Brandon Peters and Maxwell Haddad for this fun discussion, which features a discussion of a number of films they have selected for this topic. Hear about some of the fun family classics, along with some unconventional picks that may have you questioning whether or not there are some more adult-themed films that do work for a younger crowd. Enjoy, as it’s a topic worthy of such a conversation.
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- 2016’s Horros Specials: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
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- 2014’s Horror Specials: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
- Movies mentioned for Children’s Horror:
- Casper, Return to Oz, Coraline, King Kong, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, Beetlejuice, Gremlins, Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Monster House, The Blair Witch Project, The Others, Little Shop of Horrors, Frankenweenie, Arachnophobia, ParaNorman, Tremors, The Birds, Van Helsing, Ghostbusters, The Frighteners