Nov 4 2022
Episode 12: Are The Addams Family Latino?
Hello and welcome back to the ULTRA-RARE haunted podcast! In Episode 12, I ponder whether or not the Addams Family are latinos. In this solo-episode I talk about Latinos in Horror, why many Latinos LOVE the genre, and of course, I discuss the potential latinidad of la Familia Addams. The Addams Family first debuted in a comic strip by Cartoonist Charles Addams. By the way, the you may be hearing in the background throughout this episode is an authentic rainstorm. I hope it gives you "haunted vibes" and isn't too obnoxious. Here are links for some of the topics, shows and movies that I made reference to in this episode: Photo of Catherine Zeta Jones as Morticia Jenna Ortega Filmography Over the Garden Wall (Watch on HBOmax) What we do in the shadows (Watch on Hulu) Harvey Guillen (@HarveyGuillen on Instagram) Read about the legend of La Llorona here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Llorona Goosebumps - 90s TV series (Watch on Netflix) Latinos Love Horror article (NPR) https://www.npr.org/sections/codeswitch/2015/10/31/452298992/why-latinos-heart-horror-films George A Romero (imdb) Robert Rodriguez (imdb) Guillermo Del Toro (imdb) Los Espookys (Watch on HBOmax) Julio Torres' stand-up on HBO: https://www.hbo.com/movies/my-favorite-shapes-by-julio-torres The Platform (Netflix) The Devil's Backbone (HBOmax) Veronica (Netflix) The House at The End of Time (free on Peacock, Vudu) Aterrados (Shudder) The Eye (HBOmax) Ding dong, the witch is back. I brought the witching hour back this episode. In this segment of the witching hour, I talk breifly about Carl Jung's theor about the shadow. You can read more about that here: https://academyofideas.com/2015/12/carl-jung-and-the-shadow-the-hidden-power-of-our-dark-side/ Thank you for listening! Follow @CreepyCorrina on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok! Please Like, Share, Subscribe, and Review CreepyCorrina's Haunted Podcast on your favorite podcast streaming platform!