51 episodes

Traumatized is a weekly podcast in which your hosts Erin Ridgeway and Jason Apple bravely re-watch the terrifying children’s media that frightened them as kids, and ask themselves, “what were our parents thinking?”

Traumatized with Erin and Jason Erin Ridgeway and Jason Apple

    • Comedy
    • 5.0, 24 Ratings

Traumatized is a weekly podcast in which your hosts Erin Ridgeway and Jason Apple bravely re-watch the terrifying children’s media that frightened them as kids, and ask themselves, “what were our parents thinking?”

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Malkav99k ,

Dramatized

So I stumbled upon this and wasn’t sure what to make of the premise but as soon as I started listened I fell in love with this show. You guys make me realize that I’m not the only one with very lengthy, possibly crazy descriptions of movies from my childhood. I enjoy the nostalgia and the random facts. I feel like this shouldn’t normally work but you two pull it off. Keep up the good work, I look forward to your future shows.

Lynne LaBate ,

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The show and it’s hilarious hosts hit you right in the nostalgia bone with every episode. This podcast brings me back to my childhood and when I watched some of these freaky topics. It’s also so nice to know that I wasn’t the only one left traumatized! Erin and Jason have created a podcast that is a warm, yet frightening reminder of your childhood, all while making you laugh the entire time.

MC iLL Gravy ,

Keep Doing You

I’ve recently found this podcast, have been bingeing on the back catalog, and haven’t been bored yet. I love that someone is finally talking about the effect that many “children” movies had on the children they were supposedly created for. Not gonna lie, many of the movies discussed have left their impression on me, and am glad to know that I’m not the only one with deep seated issues originating with the films that my parents left me to watch in my youth. Keep doing what you’re doing and I’m looking forward to what dark memories the forthcoming episodes bring back to me. I have a couple suggestions should you need some more ideas; “Ewoks the Battle for Endor,” (it is a sequel, but you can skip Caravan of Courage and have no problems whatsoever) and “Unico in the Island of Magic,” (another sequel in which you don’t have to have seen the first one to get the basic premise).

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