The Screen Rant editorial team is back with another episode of the Screen Rant Underground.
Join host Ben Kendrick as well as fellow SR editors Rob Keyes, Anthony Ocasio, and Kofi Outlaw as we discuss another Horror remake: Troy Nixey’s Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark.
Screen Rant Underground is available in the iTunes Music Store but if you’re not near your home computer, check out our second episode in the player below. As mentioned in the previous post, this is only our second episode – so cut us a little slack as we get this thing off the ground.
Also, Screen Rant Underground is an EXPLICIT podcast. We don’t go out of our way to say controversial things or use explicit language but it does happen – so use discretion when playing the podcast at work and around young, or sensitive, ears.
Screen Rant Underground: Episode 2 – Don’t’ Be Afraid of the Dark
In episode 2 of the Screen Rant Underground we discuss this week’s most popular Movie/TV news and review Troy Nixey’sDon’t Be Afraid of the Dark starring Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce, and Bailee Madison (a remake of the John Newland’s 1973 TV horror film).
[0:00] News: ‘The Hunger Games’ teaser trailer, Josh Brolin Cast in Spike Lee’s ‘Oldboy’ Remake, FOX Uncancels ‘Breaking In’
[44:45] Rants and Raves: Troll Hunter, Captain America (1990), Jersey Shore, MTV VMA’s, Colombiana
[66:26] Review: Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark
Hosts: Ben Kendrick, Rob Keyes, Anthony Ocasio, and Kofi Outlaw
If you missed the inaugural edition of the podcast, which features a review and discussion of Craig Gillespie’s’ Fright Night starring Anton Yelchin, Colin Farrell, and David Tennant, you can check out that episode – HERE.
From here on out we’ll be releasing one episode a week and while myself, Rob Keyes, Anthony Ocasio, and Kofi Outlaw will be standard fare on the podcast, we’ve already lined-up a fun set of guests for future episodes.
If you don’t use iTunes you can still say up to date with new releases by bookmarking the Underground RSS feed – or keep an eye on the site for future Underground episode posts.
Music by Omarie B. Williams