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1989 gave us so many things: Paula Abdul, Micheal Keaton as Batman, and everyone's favorite killer in his very own video game, Friday the 13th for the NES. This horror addition to the Nintendo may give you nightmares, but not in the way you're thinking. Find out just how well Jason's video game debut went on an all new Horror Play Podcast.
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Indie horror games tend to be hit or miss. Is Dream Of The Blood Moon just another Slender knock-off? Or can it stand up on its own? John, Robert, Adam, and Kyle play Dream and determine if this game brings anything unique or new to the horror table. See how it stacks up against the likes of Slender and White Noise on this episode of the Horror Play Podcast.
Join the Creep Show Radio crew as they discuss their first horror movie theater experience as well as their first experience seeing a horror film in general! We will also be discussing the April Ghoul's Drive-In Monster Rama from April 24th and 25th. Also on this week's show we'll be announcing the winner of the exclusive giveaway for Chris Kuchta's print of Angela from NIGHT OF THE DEMONS!
Join The King of Splatter Punk, William Pattison, as he give you a little introduction to horror's new recognition month, Writers in Horror Recognition Month....
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First Encounter Assault Recon. That's what F.E.A.R. stands for, not that the title has to be an acronym for anything. Fear could easily be the word used to describe this scary first person shooter. Released in 2005, this scary shooter became an instant hit and spawned several expansions and sequels years later. We play F.E.A.R. to give us a break from all the indie and third person horror games we have recently been playing. Join us as we rate and review this classic.
Join The King of Splatter Punk, William Pattison, as he interviews the insane king of independent horror anthologies, Scarlet Fry. Scarlet talks about his most ambitious anthology to date, Scream Machine. Be ready for an interview you are not gonna miss when these two powerhouses come head to head....
Friday, July 31st 10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT
Blood Splattered Cinema is a video series hosted by The Horror Guru that riffs and reviews the bloodiest, nastiest and goriest horror cinema has to offer. If you like your movies violent and your humor raunchy, then this is the place for you!
Joshua Langland joins Anthony and Luci to discuss all there is to know about the goriest and sickets horror movies out there. This is not your ordinary horror movie review show. There will be some riffs, sex, and maybe a little controversy - who knows! Tune in for some laughs and learn something about your favorite horror movie as well.
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70th Show! Tonight the show remembers those who contribute to horror have past away this past week. And honoring the Horror Icon of the Week: Laurence R. Harvey!
Review the lastest horror news, Horror Releases, and note the Fan Fav "Spirit of the Week"
Note the activities for Monster Mania in Cherry Hill, NJ!
Our guest tonight at 730p Genoveva Rossi! (February 20th, 2015 Horror Icon of Baron's Crypt)!
Recapping Horror History
Noting Events/ Fests/ and much more occurring around the Horror Realm!
The Great Shout Outs - Did you make the list?
And of course Great Music!
Tonight Pop Art PAinter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcome Horror and Science Fiction author DA Roberts to the Show!
D.A. Roberts was born on a farm near the small town of Lebanon, Missouri. He married Annette in the summer of 1993 and has been happily married ever since. Their three teenage sons Nathan, Nic and Noah keep them both busy and are their pride and joy. When not writing or on duty as a Corrections Officer, he enjoys spending time with his family. A good cup of coffee, a warm fire and a good book are his guilty pleasures.
It's a look this week at the threequel, the make or break movie in a horror franchise. Plus, we have reviews on the new episode of Aquarius and new movie We Are Still Here. Join us by calling 1-877-552-4073
It's a FULL MOON at the U.P. Schlock Show! The 13th episode of the U.P. Schlock show is going to be about classic werewolf flicks! Some of the movies that the Shrieking Ghoul will be talking about are the usual and not so usual classics. Here are just some of the topics that you'll hear that night:
The many sequels of "The Howling"
The early werewolf films of the 30s and 40s
Paul Naschy & his werewolf flicks
Also other fun topics!
So join the Shrieking Ghoul at 10 p.m. central time for 30 minutes of your night!