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Introducing Safe Room: A Horror Gaming Podcast
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Introductions are never easy.
Striking a balance between making a good first impression but also the impression you intended to set still very much eludes me.
“Did I talk too much?”
“Did I talk enough?”
“Have I presented myself in a way that this person will now spend the rest of their days resentful of my existence?”
My name is Jay Krieger, and my coping mechanism for skirting past these awkward instances has always been finding common ground amongst shared interests. An equalizer that gives both parties a foundation of somewhat equal footing.
And at the very least, something to fall back on when an inevitable awkward lull occurs in our conversation.
[Enter stage left] Safe Room: A Horror Gaming Podcast.
Earlier this year, Bloody Disgusting’s own Neil Bolt and I launched our weekly horror gaming podcast Safe Room.
Every Monday, Neil and I get together to revel in our mutual love of horror games, with the occasional guest lending their insight and expertise to the conversation.
Whether we are discussing recent releases such as Resident Evil Village and Aliens Fireteam Elite or gaming anniversaries like Silent Hill 2, Castlevania, and Dead Rising, our goal with Safe Room is to provide enthusiastic (and ideally entertaining) banter surrounding a medium we simply cannot, and will not, shut up about.
And what better way to debut Safe Room on Bloody Disgusting.com than with this week’s episode highlighting the recently released Alan Wake Remastered.
But it isn’t JUST Neil and I chatting, as we’re joined by Bloody Disgusting contributor and gaming reporter for Newsweek.com, Harrison Abbott, to highlight why 11 years after its release, Alan Wake remains a standout horror experience.
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“Would you like to play a game, Tara?” No, but we would, Mr. Ghostface! Although they were heading to Haddonfield, Illinois for this weekend’s highly anticipated Halloween Kills, your trusty Halloweenies have made a U-turn back to Woodsboro, California.
Join co-hosts Michael Roffman, McKenzie Gerber, Mike Vanderbilt, and special guest Jenn Adams of Psychoanalysis and The Losers’ Club as they slice and dice through the first trailer for Scream, aka 5cream, due out in theaters January 14, 2022.
Together, they break down each shot, theorize over the few telling lines of dialogue, meditate on the new cast, and wax nostalgic over the returning heroes, leaving nothing on the table. They even share some predictions on who will survive and who will perish.
So, grab a landline phone and dial into the episode now below or via iTunes/Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, RadioPublic, Acast, Google Podcasts, and RSS. It’s a scream, baby!
New to the Halloweenies? Catch up with the gang by revisiting their essential episodes on past franchises such as Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Friday the 13th. You can also become a member of their Patreon for hilarious commentaries and one-off episodes.
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