Michael Myers proves that in Haddonfield, Illinois, Halloween is the holiday that just keeps on giving. Courtney and Joey join us for a marathon of the first four films in this horror franchise. This episode is brought to you by Family Issues.
Cavebabble is being invaded by insects! It’s time for Vincent Price in the 1958 science fiction horror classic, The Fly, followed by Paul Rudd donning the superhero suit of the Ant-Man. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Watch Your Step.
Paranormal investigations meet gastroinstestinal invaders in the first of our October double features, Grave Encounters and Bad Milo. Come for the ghosts, and stay for the bizarre comedy. You have been warned! This episode is brought to you by Please Stay Home.
The entire Babble cast is back! College life is great, until the space slugs show up. Join us for a look at the 1986 cult horror classic, Night of the Creeps, directed by Fred Dekker. Aliens, zombies, sororities, and other horrific things. This episode is brought to you by Hungry Coroners.
Halloween is just around the corner, and vegetables are on the loose! No adult in Nebraska is safe with the Children of the Corn, and special effects master Stan Winston lets Pumpkinhead loose in the Appalachian Mountains. It’s a time warp to the 80s! This episode is brought to you by Miracle Grow.
Comedy, horror, and one angry mother. A quick look at the original Evil Dead trilogy, followed by Mama, the 2013 horror thriller. Warning: Spoilers ahead! Also includes another Cavebabble Eats Odd Things, and a musical blast from Eye-Oh past. This episode is brought to you by Not Your Mother.
Dangling in the air with Harry Potter. Surviving a storm with the walking dead. It’s a Small World, and the Babblers sit down for a chat about our vacation in Orlando, Florida. Includes audio from the trip, and Cavebabble Eats Odd Things. This episode is brought to you by Rotten Mouse Ears.
It’s time to build a fire, turn out the lights, and join us for our third session of Stories in the Dark. Tonight’s creepiness includes shadow people, black-eyed children, tulpa, The Woman in Black, the game Amnesia, Not Pr0n, and Kevin’s experiences alone in our house. Background music by Eric. This episode is brought to you by Look Out The Window.