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  • 02:01

    Travis and Vic's Drunken Horror Adventures: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)

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    The saw is fucking family! That's right, the Louisville Town Drunks are trekking on down to Texas (metaphorically) as we talk about one of the greatest slashers of all time in the Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Joining us will be Terri McMinn and John Dugan. Do not miss this HUGE show as the TCM Retrospective hits Round 2!


    Our email tandvhorror@gmail.com


    You can find us discussing the show along with some horror-related topics on Twitter @TravNVicHorror


    You can find Travis on Twitter @PhenomenalTLD


    You can find Vic on Twitter @vicvonerich


    Last, but not least, give us a “like” on Facebook at: Facebook.com/travisnvichorror

  • 02:04

    Travis and Vic's Drunken Horror Adventures: Marcus Nispel

    in Movies

    This week we're joined by Friday the 13th & Texas Chainsaw Massacre Remake director, Marcus Nispel! We'll talk about his work on those remakes as well as his current projects & more!  All this along with all the usual antics you've come to expect from the Louisville Town Drunks!


    Ou email tandvhorror@gmail.com


    You can find us discussing the show along with some horror-related topics on Twitter @TravNVicHorror


    You can find Travis on Twitter @PhenomenalTLD


    You can find Vic on Twitter @vicvonerich


    When things get out of control…that’s when you’ll want to check our YouTube channel as we do EXCLUSIVE  “Travis and Vic’s Drunken Horror Adventures” videos on there from time to time as well. Subscribe to TandVHorror and watch the chaos take place.


    Last, but not least, give us a “like” on Facebook at: Facebook.com/travisnvichorror

  • 02:01

    The Asylum:Ep.203:Stretch The Limits feat. Caroline Williams & Former Humans

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    Ok Inmates and Baby Bats...Tonight's episode of The Asylum is gonna stretch you to your limits!!! That's because Actress CAROLINE WILLIAMS is our special guest!!! Caroline played the female lead role of Stretch in the cult horror comedy TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2, as well as roles in LEPRECHAUN 3, ROB ZOMBIE'S HALLOWEEN 2, & HATCHET 3, among others. Over in Dark Delights, Lady A is proud to present FORMER HUMANS for your listening pleasure!!! As always Ladyaslan has the 411 on this killer band, along with 2 red hot tracks!!! All this plus The Saint with his video game review...ONLY ON THE ASYLUM!!!

  • 02:00

    Ur Connection Radio Show #15-02: Hollywood Ghost Hunters - RICK MCCALLUM

    in Spirituality

    MATT AND JOHN PRESENT RICK MCCALLUM FROM HOLLYWOOD GHOSTHUNTERS


    Rick’s first movie was Lone Wolf McQuade, a Chuck Norris movie that was filmed in El Paso. 


    While filming a movie at Mansfield prison in Ohio, a very haunted place, Rick and Kane were walking through the back cells of the prison when they saw the shadow of a man cross in front of them about 30 yards ahead ..Kane took off after it, but it vanished..Now Rick had been ghost hunting since living in a very haunted house in Texas in 1979, and Kane had ghost hunted around the island where he grew up, and neither one knew the other was interested in ghosts..that night the Hollywood Ghost Hunters was formed, along with several other people in the horror movies, includind R A Mihailoff, who played Leatherface in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3..


    The Hollywood Ghost Hunters were featured on the hit TV show Ghost Adventures, and became good friends with Zak Bagans, Nick Groff, and Aaron Goodwin, all who are the real deal when it comes to both ghost hunting and being good guys, and we hope to hunt with them again, it was a heckuva good time..


    Rick McCallum is known for his work on J. Edgar (2011), The Devil’s Rejects (2005) and Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (1994).


    http://www.rickmccallum.com


    http://hghmag.com

  • 02:07

    Travis and Vic's Drunken Horror Adventures: Jeff Burr

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    In case you missed the January 5th edition of “Travis and Vic’s Drunken Horror Adventures” you missed an absolutely EPIC interview as the two Louisville Town Drunks entered the world of horror journalism as they spoke to Adam (F’N) Green for well over an hour. Well, it went so well that they’re bringing on another horror guest on January 19th! With that being said, Travis and Vic's Drunken Horror Adventures brings on guest #2 of 2015 as they will sit down and talk to the "Master of the Massacre", Jeff Burr! He was the director of Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, Stepfather II, Night of the Scarecrow, Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings, Puppet Master 4 (and 5)…plus many more!! If you’ve never heard Jeff Burr speak, he doesn’t have a problem with speaking his mind and with two drunks egging him on…this can only be entertainment gold! Tune in! Plenty of great stories to tell, so sit back, grab a beer and enjoy the most absurd podcast in the world!


     


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fillingthevoidrn/2015/01/20/travis-and-vics-drunken-horror-adventures

  • 01:00

    Zombilly's Horror Hour Presents: Billy Butler - Director of Gingerdead Man and Star of Leatherface

    in Entertainment







    Welcome to Season 2 of the Horror Hour with your Host... Your Ghost Host... ZOMBILLY!

    Billy Butler has been envolved in the Horror scene for many years whether it be as a writer, director or actor.

    He has directed Demonic Toys 2, Gingerdead Man 2 & 3 for Charles Band's Full Moon Features.

    He has also starred in Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3, Night of the Living Dead (remake) and Friday the 13th Part 7: The New Blood.

    Get insite on upcoming Horror movies and listen to the best music in the Horror genre.

    Sponsored by: Zombie Rock Apparel, SIN the band, Alien Radio Productions, Screamtest Recordings and KPXT Channel 9/MHH Network

  • 00:30

    # 119 Teri McMInn

    in Entertainment

    For those of you who remember the first time you saw “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," you undoubtedly recall the defining scene in the film. The scene that literally scared you, and millions across the world out of their seats, and has remained burned into the psyche of all who’ve watched the film; poor, sweet “Pam," played by Teri McMinn, placed screaming and writhing on the meat hook by “Leatherface”. Her role as “Pam” garnered Teri a place in cinematic history. That single, powerful performance made her a film icon. She is known and beloved around the world, even after years of living in obscurity. 
    In July 1973, while rehearsing "Catch Me If You Can" at Mary Moody Northern Theater at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas. The play starred actor, Frank Sutton, best known for his role of Gunnery Sergeant Vince Carter on the CBS television series Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. Serendipitously, Tobe Hooper and Kim Henkel were also in Austin, casting their independent horror film. Kim saw Teri’s publicity picture in the Austin American Statesman and called her to come for an audition. The working title of their film was, at that time called, "HEADCHEESE." Later the title of the film became, "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." And that, folks, is how history is made!

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  • 02:10

    Texas Chainsaw Massacre actor Gunnar Hansen

    in Movies

    The Movie Geeks speak with actor/author Gunnar Hansen, who originated the iconic role of Leatherface in the classic 1974 horror film The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.  Mr. Hansen's new book, Chain Saw Confidential: How We Made the World's Most Notorious Horror Movie, is now available for purchase.Plus, actor/writer/director Larry Fessenden (You're Next, Beneath) discusses his latest project - the radio drama Tales From Beyond the Pale Season 2.Plus, discussions on the latest movie news, and reviews of new film including Gravity, Captain Phillips and Computer Chess.

  • 00:29

    The Bully Effect

    in Education

    Doug Gilbert (born January 5, 1969) is a professional wrestler from Memphis, Tennessee who wrestles on the independent circuit. He is the brother of the late "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert and the son of wrestler/referee/promoter Tommy Gilbert Gilbert was given the Nightmare Freddie gimmick by his father, Tommy Gilbert, who had returned to wrestling after being a referee for a time but opted to stay under a mask during the tenure. Nightmare Freddy (or just Freddy, as he was usually called) was a fairly successful character in the Memphis area and was actually a babyface for most of his run. He feuded with the Master of Pain. Freddy was, of course, based on Freddy Krueger, the main character in the A Nightmare on Elm Street films. He even came out wearing the bladed glove. Under Doug's tenure under the rubber mask, Freddy teamed with a Jason (from Friday the 13th) inspired wrestler as well as a Frankenstein, a Wolfman, and Leatherface. Freddy also toured in Japan where he gained even more popularity and helped start a "movie monster/wrestler" boom, most notably in the W*ing federation, where Doug joined his brother Eddie in an infamous match. Feeling betrayed by the company, Doug, wrestling as Nightmare Freddy, and Eddie, as The Boogeyman (a gimmick inspired by the main character from the Halloween series of horror movies), broke character after a tag match, removed their masks and shot on the company. Doug continues to wrestle as Freddy in Japan and is still very popular, fighting other “monster” wrestlers like Leatherface and The Cryptkeeper. Gilbert made one appearance in the World Wrestling Federation, competing under his own name as an entrant in the 1996 Royal Rumble match.[5] He entered at #14, and lasted 3 minutes before being eliminated by Vader.  
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