Rick and Nik kick off the beginning of fall and the Halloween season with two more chilling tales of “Are You Afraid of the Dark?”
This week, Rick and Nik become apprentices without getting paid, and they learn more about the folklore of fairies than you can even imagine. Seriously, imagine how much you want to know about Fairies… we will teach you more!
ABOUT THIS PODCAST:
Join filmmakers Richard Tanner and Nik Uttam as they look back fondly on every episode of the hit 90’s show from Nickelodeon that influenced so many young horror fans: ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE DARK?
Richard Tanner is an award-winning writer, director, and regular Morbidly Beautiful contributor. He is also the owner of A Buck Short Productions. Nik Uttam is a filmmaker and podcaster that has seen every movie from the 80s…twice. He is an editor and cinematographer who started the company Reel Independent Productions to get a better reach into the horror world.
Follow Rick and Nik every Thursday right here on morbidlybeautiful.com as they join The Midnight Society for thrills and chills that will warm your heart and make your blood run cold!
Episode 6: The Tale of the Sorcerer’s Apprentice and The Tale of Jake and the Leprechaun (27 min)
Gather around The Campfire this week to hear reviews on episodes 9 and 10 of “Are You Afraid of the Dark?” The Tale of the Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Season 1, Episode 9: Original Air Date: October 10th, 1992) and The Tale of Jake and the Leprechaun (Season 1, Episode 10 Original Air Date: October 17, 1992).
In The Tale of the Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Dean, a troubled student, find his place place in the school as the successor of Goth and awakens an ancient secret hidden in the school.
Richard and Nik take crafting to a new level as they dissect the shoddy work of a snake staff that beckons spirits from the beyond.
In The Tale of Jake and the Leprechaun, Jake, an inspiring young actor, is in a play where, during rehearsals, he slowly starts to change. Stage fright is the least of this boy’s troubles, as opening night promises to be a real killer!
Remember how we said we would talk about fairies? This is it! Also, we get really specific about tea… go figure.
Join us on an episode that deals with pretty boys gone bad and short Irish people — and the stereotypes that follow them!
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