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Description: Voxx The Psychic & Master Astrologer, Larry Pines celebrate the birthday of HP Lovecraft, one of the greatest masters of horror fiction of the 20th Century. Lovecraft's Astrology & Numerology will be explored as well. Voxx will read some of her favorite story excerpts and poems by HP Lovecraft. Check it out!
Lovecraft was a pioneer in the field of Horror/Sci-Fi, and the creator of the "Cthulhu Mythos".
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SHOW RESCHEDULED! We had a technical snafu! Jason is discussing HP Lovecraft and how the author may have been influenced by the "real" Necronomicon.
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Following our show on Chaos Magick, The Hermetic Hour for Thursday December 1st, 2011, with host Poke Runyon, will feature a discussion on the writings of Howard Phillips Lovecraft and their influence on modern magick, especially that of the Kenneth Grant, and Chaos Magick traditions. We will summarize the "Cathulu Mythos" and the history of the fabulous "Necronomicon." Although both are essentially fiction, we will discuss Lovecraft's dream recall method, and the idea,
On Tonight's Show:: ~ White Terrorism - Sick Whitey - Trick Whitey - Slick Whitey WIC Whitey - Global Bullies ~ AYN RANDISM - What Is Whitey Plotting? ~ CREEPY CRAKKKA CINEMA 6 - CREEPY CRAKKKA & CHANG BANG CINEMA: A Look At Asian Horror We will focus on the realm of the wicked - how bloodlust, angst, and the occult have combined to transform entertainment. Modern horror has given way to slasher flicks..a far cry from the monster movies of old. As H.P. Lovecraft gain new admirers in the 1960's, the fame of his writing inspired Denny O'Neil's efforts on Batman; and fellow New England author Stephen King. Carrie is regarded as a modern tale of witchcraft and vengeance; but given that it was written by Stephen King..a more lurid picture emerges of an author enamored with the spilled blood of youths. As technology improved, and color film became the normal format for television and motion pictures, the slasher flicks and off-the-record snuff films gained popularity as wicked audiences craved blood lust and murder. The love of the occult was also a source of fiction. Games such as Dungeons & Dragons, and several horror films touched upon witchcraft, occultism, and a quest for power among the powerless. And as the lore of slasher flicks flourished..serial killers grew in popularity; children and other innocents were murdered; cults grew in the darkness; and the wicked tried to reign in shadows, and wreck havoc on society at large. Disclaimer:: This show shares ADULT content and is rated MATURE.
Graphik 13 Films is certainly a company whose flicks to look out for and this week on The Road To Midian we welcome CEO Eric Schneider back to the show. One of our original guests in the first month we did this show, it's our pleasure to welcome him back to the fold. Having shot his first short film 'DEAD MOINES' in his home state of Iowa, he has since written, shot, chopped, produced and directed a slew of short films since then. Including but not limited to his contributions to several volumes of The Collective these include his most recent flick 'SKELETON' and 'THE PUMPKIN SMASHERS OF LOVECRAFT LANE" and more. Also writing his own book of short stories, there is no limit to what Schneider can do. GRAPHIK 13 FILMS has a unique brand of humor and horror combined so come on by the show and see just what the fuss is all about. This is the Red Flag Nation, where no subject is taboo and censorship has no dominion.
I first came to know of Mr. Price from his voluminous work as editor of "Cthulhu Mythos" stories and collections. I am a huge fan of all of Lovecraft's stories and virtually all the derivative stuff from the original Lovecraft Circle on through to the newer writers today. I'll be looking forward to talking with Robert on myth and religion as well as his interest in Lovecraft and the "Cthulhu Mythos" and his own writing as well. Please check out his mater
We have had such a great time the last few weeks working with Jane Bolen on natural weight loss and health. When she started sharing some information about her friend Clint Byars and his book Devil Walk, we asked if he would be willing to be a guest on our show. Not only did he agree to do the show and share his testimony, which is what the book is about, Jane agreed to help us with this show. We will open up the mic for questions and comments at the end of the show. All you have to do is push one on your phone to be a part of this show. From the book description; Face to face with Satan Trapped for months in a living hell on earth. Mental torment day and night. And finally...Rescued by the power of infinite love This is the kind of story that Hollywood dreams of: an encounter with the demonic world in the best tradition of Lovecraft, Craven, and King-yet it is absolutely true. Come along for the ride as Clint Byars bares his heart and tells of the dark night when he descended into the demonic realm-and encountered Satan face-to-face. Experience with him the months of unremitting mental torment when he simply went through the motions of daily life, even as he believed he was actually dead and in hell. Discover with him the true nature of Satan and his realm: a realm built on lies and elaborate deceptions and where Satan himself is a liar and the author of lies. Rejoice with Clint as he discovers a power greater than the lies of the devil: the power of truth; the power of the infinite love of Jesus Christ that shatters the shackles of his deception, frees him from his hell on earth and brings him, for the first time, into the world of those who are truly alive. You've never read a personal testimony like Devil Walk. To give our guest as much time as possible we are going straight to Jane.
Artists Wade Zahares, Carolyn Watson Dubisch, and Mike Dubisch talk with artists, sculptors, photographers, and people connected to the world of visual arts. Our first guest is Eric James Duke (insani artificem or MAD ERIC) is a predominately pen and ink artist while being classically trained in painting and sculpture. Though he has done some illustration, most recently HP Lovecraft’s “At the Mountains of Madness”, he is more of a gallery artist. He has had art shows in NY, PA, TX, CA, IA, and FL. His art has also appeared in various magazines, including ‘Churn Magazine’ issue #9, available through Last Gasp’s website in the coming months. He uses a 6x0/.13 Koh-I-Noor rapidograph pen and pointillism to achieve his depth and lighting. Currently he lives and works in Livermoore, CA. Next on the show is artist Calvin Innes. He's the author of a number of children's books including, " The Monster Book Of.." series of educational books, the popular Tiny Twisted Tales series of spooky and macabre children's books, How To Draw Monsters with Calvin Innes - a step by step drawing guide, the Commander Recyclone & the Eco Rangers series of books, to name just a few. He founded his publishing company, My Little Big Town, in 2011 and they now work with numerous authors and artists from all corners of the world. He lives and works in Yorkshire in the UK, with his wife, his young son and three cats. Our final guest is Maine artist, Holly Chamberlain. She has taught photography at Sanford High School and graphic design and drawing at Heartwood College of Art and River Tree Center for the Arts. Her brand, Fish House Designs, is primarily a line of greeting cards, calendars and prints from her original paintings inspired from her life by the sea.Her work has been licensed to Trader Jo's, T-shirt companies, logo designs, commission work, hand painted furniture and murals.
Join us as we chat with Game industry veterans Richard Baker, David Noonan and Stephen Schubert who have united to found Sasquatch Game Studio, a design house and publisher devoted to creating “dream team” products for the hobby game market. Their first project, the Pathfinder- and Dungeons & Dragons-compatible Primeval Thule campaign setting, grew from the trio’s shared love of pulp adventures—stories by Robert E. Howard (Conan), H.P. Lovecraft (Cthulhu), and Clark Ashton Smith.
“Modern fantasy draws from two great inspirations: epics such as Lord of the Rings, and the adventure stories of characters such as Conan, Tarzan, or John Carter,” said Baker. “We feel that there aren’t many game settings around that capture the action, savagery, and barbaric splendor of the sword-and-sandals tradition. That’s the experience we want to deliver with our Primeval Thule setting.”
The three Sasquatch principals collectively have 48 years of professional experience in the industry, mostly designing and developing D&D for TSR and Wizards of the Coast. Their first product—and the company itself—grew out of their ongoing Thursday night D&D game.
This is Bennet Pomerantz. Welcome to ANYTHING GOES
Tonight's guest is Elizabeth Black
Her Bio I write erotic romance, erotica, and horror. My stories including THE OILY, BACK BEYOND THE HEDGEROW, FERAL HEAT, FILTHY LEUKER, PURR, and DON'T CALL ME BABY. My awards include "Best Short Horror Story" with the Preditors and Editors Poll Awards 2008 for my short erotic horror story SWEET SPOT, published by Whiskey Creek Press Torrid in its "Monster Mash" Halloween anthology. My fiction has appeared in many locations including STUPEFYING STORIES, KIZUNA: FICTION FOR JAPAN, WOMEN ON THE EDGE OF SPACE, and LIKE A MYTH. My publishers include Circlet Press, Xcite Books, and Ravenous Romance. live with my husband, son, and four cats on the Massachusetts coast smack in the middle of Lovecraft country.
My blog is located at http://elizabethablack.blogspot.com/