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FANGORIA Podcast Network: Comedian Jake Johannsen joins “MONSTER PARTY” to talk Evil Kid Horror!

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If there’s anything that the world can agree is a universally terrifying entity, it would be children. Time and time again, Hollywood (as well as independent films) are more than willing to remind fright fans of just how unsettling creepy kids can be. And with that in mind, the fearsome four sit at the kid’s table with comic royalty Jake Johannsen to discuss evil child horror on this week’s hilarious edition of MONSTER PARTY!

Turn off that baby monitor, fright fans, as hosts Matt Weinhold, Shawn Sheridan, Larry Strothe and James Gonis sit down with 45-time David Letterman guest Johannsen to talk about the scary world of creepy kids, touching upon THE EXORCIST, THE OMEN, HALLOWEEN, WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?, PET SEMATARY, THE UNBORN and much, much more. With this week’s disturbing discussion, MONSTER PARTY examines whether possessed kids count as evil, the recurring correlation between creepy kids and corn, and whether or not Larry Strothe should worry about his daughter’s fondness of THE BAD SEED. MONSTER PARTY even takes a leap into the realm of violent fantasy when talking about HBO’s resident hellspawn, King Joffrey Baratheon from GAME OF THRONES!

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MONSTER PARTY is a production of the FANGORIA Podcast Network. MONSTER PARTY is executive produced by Matt Weinhold, Ken Hanley and Thomas DeFeo for FANGORIA Entertainment. For more information, press opportunities and advertising rates pertinent to the FANGORIA Podcast Network, please contact ken@fangoria.com.

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