Mon, 29 June 2020
In this week's episode, we're going back to the well of one of Katie's favorite franchises with the 2019 remake of a classic, "Child's Play." Special topics for your consideration include: a stroll down toy memory lane, getting Detective Mike as your new dad, a compare and contrast of living with Chucky vs. a real life toddler, finding comedy in spraying a young child with blood, the bonkers marketing decisions made by the Buddi company and a love letter to Brad Dourif.
Our National Lawyers Guild fundraising drive to support Black Lives Matter ends TOMORROW, so if you have some wiggle room in your budget, please consider donating to them at nlg.org. Then just forward us a receipt at firstname.lastname@example.org, send us a screenshot or tag us on social media. We'll be matching 10% of your donations and if we hit $2,500, I (Katie) will touch a horse. On video. We already have the horse lined up. On one hand, I want to raise a lot of money for a seriously good cause; on the other hand, I kind of want to faint when I think about actually touching a horse. As of the posting of this episode, we are just a couple hundred bucks shy of our horse-touching goal!
Man, I love Chucky and you can hear all about it on Episode 28- "Child's Play 2" and Episode 231- "Child's Play."
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Into theme music by Aaron "Toxic" Mortimer
This episode also features an extremely great outro song by A. Wallis called "EMT." Seriously, we have the best listeners, hands down.
Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.