The internet is full of wonderful surprises. About ten years ago, the internet gave birth to a new breed of horror called “Creepy Pasta”. With the birth of “Creepy Pasta”, came a legend known as The Slender Man. In this episode, we’re sharing our experiences with creepy pasta and slender man. For Brandon, a majority of his exposure to the genre was through the YouTube channel, Marble Hornets. If you wanna check them out, click here. However, both of our first dip into the genre of Creepy Pasta is actually “Squidward’s Suicide”. If you’ve never heard it, you can check it out below. What’s your first forte into creepy pasta?
HOPE SPEAKS LOUDER
Before jumping into the movie, Slender Man, Brandon opens up about his battle with depression. There is a lot to relate to for this story. You do not wanna miss this one!
DOES THE FILM SUFFER FOR ITS’ RATING?
PG-13 horror movies don’t always have the best reputation or quality. There are exceptions to the rule though with films like A Quiet Place or The Ring. Can a film really suffer or be choked merely because of its’ demographic? Can it suffer because of its’ rating? Do you think that Slender Man could of been of better quality had he gotten the “R” rating? Sound off in the comment section.
Believe it or not, Slender Man has some supernatural or spiritual applications to it. While we’ve said it many times in the past, we are secular show but the people running the show are Christians. Specifically for this episode, we are diving into the supernatural side of things that Slender Man brings to the table. While also sharing our own experience with things of this nature.
Make sure you guys also check out our review of Slender Man here. Check both hosts on our spin-off show, The P.S. Midnight Cast, which starts its’ second season August 23rd. For more information on The Cabinet Podcast, click here. For more information on our network, That’s Entertainment, and the other great podcasts on it, click here.
More importantly, if you or someone you know is struggling with suicide, depression, self-harm or addiction, please feel free to reach out, use any of our resources, call the suicide life line: 1-800-273-8255 or text 741-741.
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