We like horror movies. This is a podcast for friends, family, lovers, and arch enemies who also like horror movies. Join us on our chronological quest to watch just about every horror movie ever made—or at least most of them. Along the way, we'll share our thoughts, feelings, and every opinion to which we are entitled. And we promise...it's not that scary.
Episode 27: Tiny Little Knives
This week Ethan, Jadon, and Margo watch Devil Dolls from 1936. If you want to unlock banter and fun jokes, please click "Play," wherever you listen to podcasts. We will no longer be offering free jokes in the description because we know our worth. Serious business only!
26: The Copyright Valley
Ahwoooooo! This week we watched the 1935 film Werewolf of London, so you don't need to. Seriously don't watch this movie it's so boring. Luckily this podcast is not though since we are our usual funny, charming, and sexy selves. We also give our review of the 2020 version of The Invisible Man, so sit back relax and enjoy another episode of It's Not That Scary!
25: F*ck You New Jersey
Ummmmmm! Best podcast ever alert? Maybe. You'll have to listen to find out. This week, we cover THE INVISIBLE MAN and 1933.
24: Emu Wars
We're not ones to shy away from controversy, and the film we watched this week is just that—controversial. Entitled Thirteen Women (1932), there seems to be more than a few things missing from this pre-code era psychological thriller. All that, and MORE (re. emu wars????) on this week's episode of It's Not That Scary!
23: Suckerooni and Cheese
I vant you to listen to this week's episode! That's how DRACULA would sound if he were an It's Not That Scary fan. But he isn't. He hates podcasts. Luckily, we don't take that personally, so we sat down to watch Tod Browning's Dracula (1931) — the first horror movie with sound!
22: Aardvark Revisionist History
Hello folks and fiends and welcome to another installment of It's Not That Scary, a horrifying podcast about movies! This week's episode is a real treat, because hosts Ethan, Jadon, and Margo are joined by 51 frogs from the Frog Jumping Jubilee! The 54 of us all sit and talk in unison about two cinematic interpretations of Edgar Allen Poe's Fall of the House of Usher. Buckle up and grab your BFs and GFs (big frogs and giant frogs)!
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It’s a real shame I have to wait a week for the next episode...Ethan, Jadon, and Margot are so funny. This podcast is a perfect casual listen! Will they sit in a dark room for every episode?? I don’t know but I simply cannot WAIT to find out!!
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seriously it's the business! i love listening while scraping the dead skin off my feet. haha! good jokes
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These people are TOO FUNNY. I’m a scaredy cat but I never fear hearing about the recaps of scary movies from these brave hilarious heroes.