Hello everyone! I have another bonus MIR Storytime Edition for all of you. Last week Monday, I had the opportunity to read Edgar Allan Poe’s The Black Cat during a new film series I’m co-presenting at Whistle Stop Bar, along with Beth Accomando of Cinema Junkie and Ian Forbes of The Sobering Conclusion called Shot
Hello Monsters! What began as an innocent interview with filmmaker Dave Reda at Monsterpalooza became a crazy round table conversation about random topics with some of my favorite friends in indie horror cinema right now, including Tyler Ham, Phil Lorenzo, and Jesse Kozel! It was Saturday night at around 1am, everyone was enjoying several drinks
Hello everyone. Now that my MIR Storytime featuring Herbert West: Re-Animator has come to a conclusion, I have gotten some feedback requesting the entire story in a single audio file. I decided to indulge those requests and edited Storytime Episodes 6-11 together for this Bonus Episode. Because they were originally separate, you may experience some
Hello Monster Fans: I recently spent a monsterific weekend at MONSTERPALOOZA, my favorite convention. I had plans to interview a great many people there, but, frankly, I was so overwhelmed by love for everything that was going on that I couldn’t help but ignore the microphone in favor of taking in the splendor around me.
Hello everyone! I am on my way to the last day of MONSTERPALOOZA! This is the final part of Herbert West: Re-Animator! It’s been a crazy ride! I hope you enjoy it! If you haven’t yet, listen to previous parts! Herbert West: ReAnimator Part 1 Herbert West: ReAnimator Part 2 Herbert West: ReAnimator Part 3
Greetings everybody, I recently had the pleasure of joining director Tammi Sutton in her Los Angeles home to discuss her newest film Isle of Dogs. This brutal thriller was given a surprise sneak screening at my Horrible Imaginings Film Festival in November, and it has attracted enough attention that it will be getting a TBD
In this episode I post about my birthday yesterday, which included video games on a Landmark Theaters screen! This prompted me to think about horror and video games. It also helped me think about a discussion on horror in comics I wanted to mention. That is appropriate because I went to WonderCon, where I got