High n' Dry's New Episode Embarking on a podcast journey that oscillates between nostalgia and suspense, Ryan Baron North and James Crosslin serve up a concoction of insights in their latest episode of High n’ Dry Podcast. The hosts offer listeners an invigorating discussion that links the endearing Michael Landon and the frostbitten scares of John Carpenter's "The Thing." The episode becomes a symposium of sort, probing into the psyches of beloved TV heroes and the hair-raising survival tactics in the face of extraterrestrial horror.
Hero Archetypes and Horror Tropes In the realm of family values embodied by Michael Landon's roles and the communal survival against an otherworldly foe, the hosts delve into a realm where hero archetypes blend seamlessly with horror tropes. They revel in the familial and cultural imprint left by Landon's "Little House on the Prairie," segueing into the palpable dread induced by Carpenter's icy thriller. The dichotomy presents an intriguing narrative arc, as the hosts with their chosen libations—a glass of Maker's Mark whiskey and a toke of Oakstradam OG—navigate the interplay of domestic warmth and the cold pragmatism of survival.
High n' Dry Returns We're back, baby! Embark on an unforgettable journey with High n' Dry podcast, where laughter and insightful conversations merge. Renowned for its unique blend of comedy and real-life discussions, High n' Dry stands apart in the podcasting world, offering an entertaining and thought-provoking experience in each episode.
What's New in the Latest Season? The latest season of High n' Dry takes listeners on an exhilarating exploration of pop culture. Alongside in-depth analyses of "Rebel Moon" and "Alien," this season features a captivating episode on John Carpenter's "The Thing," filled with the hosts' unique humor and insightful commentary.
High n' Dry Podcast
Hosted by Ryan Baron North and James Crosslin, welcome to a drunken chat at 3 in the morning with your best buds. We're talking pop-culture, history, philosophy, and we are getting wasted along the way. New episodes every other week!