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Good evening fellow fright fans and freakazoids - join us for another fright filled episode where we will be counting down our top 20 Essential 80s Horror Films! These films will represent the overall style and finesse of the decade that brought us leg warmers, crimped hair, loud colors, rainbow make up, synth scores, classic effects, and so much more.
Will your favorite make our list? Listen in and find out!
Darkest Jack returns bringing his thoughts on the absolute worst horror films ever made.
On this episode of Nerd Herders, Foxy Foxxy and Damian Dragon talk about Benecio Del Toro’s casting in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’, Matt Smith’s confirmation of leaving Dr. Who, Vertigo comic title ‘Fables’ being set for the big screen, Joss Whedon and more! Spike gives his B-Movie pick of the week in honor of Robert Englund’s birthday, Danielle gives her book pick of the week, Foxy gives a spoiler free recap of the second to last episode of Game of Thrones & Damian gives his Defiance recap.
This episode the Nerd Herders spoke in depth on fan films, fan fiction & fan art. What makes for a good fan film, tips and tricks to make your own fan film; various topics that get taken on in fan fiction, how is cosplay involved, and they discuss some of their personal favorite fan films.
Get ready for a major dose of current horror topics on this week's show. From the revival of the Friday the 13th franchise, the new Stephen King mini-series Under the Dome, and a review of The Purge, Eric and Rhonda will be covering it all. Plus, we take a look at the 10 most influential horror films of the last 15 years. And as always, we'll be bumping some great horror-themed music and taking your calls at 1-877-552-4073. Join us at 7 pm EST this Sunday!
Jimmy Pudge is one of those authors who just explodes on the scene. From his first release: Yo' Ass Is Grass: Tales From A Redneck Gangsta, to his soon to be released novella, Kitty's Revenge, Jimmy has made quite an impression on the world of speculative fiction. His voice is reminiscent of Frank Miller and Quentin Tarantino, all wrapped up in a modern Mark Twain blanket.
Join us this Friday, June 7th for a very candid interview. We'll be discussing his work in depth. Work that pulls the reader into very believable characters as they follow their heartrending journeys through eerily familiar worlds.
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Your Host Jay Long bringing you all of the Fiction news you can handle.
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On tonight's show, we'll be discussing another hair raising topic that may send our listeners screaming!
There are many horror films with the term "cult classic" stamped on them, but are they really cult films or self proclaimed by the fans who are overwhelmed by nostalgia? Could a film that stems from our childhood cloud our judgement as adults? Listen in tonight creeps and find out!
Everyone has heard about the infamous Amityville Horror story but do you know the real story told by the Lutz's son Daniel Lutz?
Eric Walter is the director of the documentary, My Amityville Horror. Eric’s film focuses on Daniel Lutz’s account of what really happened in that home and the emotional scars he still carries today. If you have seen My Amityville Horror, you know what a powerful film it is. Even if you haven’t, you need to be here next Friday night as we talk to Eric about his documentary that tells the Amityville story though Daniel’s eyes.
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