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Ep 19: TWD Season 5 Break Check In
Do you still have a lot to talk about for The Walking Dead Season 5 first half?
Join me and other special guests like the Walking Dead Support Group and get it all off your chest.
The discussion is open so bring any and all ideas, questions and thoughts about TWD Season 5.
All are welcome to dial in as well.
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Ep: 18 - Final Drive
Final Drive is a metal band from St.Louis Missouri, United States, formed in 2001. Stylistically a mix between Everytime I... Die, Lamb of God and Pantera. Known for their appearance on MTVs Battle for Ozzfest.
Let's crank up the volume and take huge bites out of the inter-waves with Final Drive!!
*There was some complications with the show, we did not have Victoria on but expect an interview with her to appear on the website and in the magazine. http://www.biogamergirl.com*
On Undead Noise on May 9, 2011 at 11AM MDT/ 12PM CST/ 1PM EST we have special guest Victoria Price. Victoria Price is the daughter of actor Vincent Price, who was best known as the "king of horror" for his performances in horror films. He starred in a number of Roger Corman's films including House of Usher, The Pit and the Pendulum, Tales of Terror, The Raven, and The Masque of the Red Death. Victoria is the author of the book: Vincent Price: A Daughter's Biography.
The Vicentennial takes place May 19-28, 2011 in St. Louis and will be the 100th birthday celebration of Vincent Price. It will take place at multiple venues (Washington University, Missouri History Museum, Hi-Pointe Theatre, the Muny in Forest Park, Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries, and Star Clipper), Vincentennial will include the following components:
1. Screenings of nearly 20 of Price’s major works.
2. Participation by filmmakers/actors, critics, and academics, who will conduct interviews, introduce and discuss films, and present lectures and special events. Participants include Victoria Price, his daughter and biographer (“Vincent Price: A Daughter’s Biography), and Roger Corman, who will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award.
3. Exhibits of Price-related artifacts, artwork, and memorabilia at the Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries and of Price-related comic art at Star Clipper.
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Wendy and Charles Siefken - Mom & Son Writing Team
This duo writes children's books that utilize our favorite monsters but in a kid friendly way.
Let's all take a bite out of the inter-waves together as we learn how they got into publishing and the books they write, and maybe why they are writing them. Truly a special success story just in time for the holiday season!!
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Halloween Special with Steve Di Schiavi of the Dead Files
One half of Travel Channel's hit show "The Dead Files" will be discussing with me behind the scenes of investigating
paranormal activity. Steve's job is get the real life story behind apperant hauntings.
Where does the truth end and the paranormal begin? Tune and find out!
You don't want to miss this special episode!
On April 20, 2011 we have special guest Jeff Hughes of Comic Book Divas and actresses Michelle Shields (Frankenstein: Day of the Beast, Post Mortem America 2011, Fat Chance, Dark Knight, Public Enemies) and Devanny Pinn (Vivid, CathARTic, Song of the Shattered, Piranha) on Undead Noise at 11PM EST/ 10PM CST. Comic Book Divas was started in 2010 by Jeff Hughes who was in the comic book industry as a comic book dealer for over twenty years where he bought other publishers titles until one day he decided to start a small independent publishing business himself that would publish comic books and web comics that not only feature some of the most talented and beautiful women in the country to bring that unique comic book experience; but also wanted to bring his own unique outlook and twist to comic books that range from super-hero to horror genres.
Comic Book Divas is a small press comic book publishing company that works with women from around the entertainment industry such as models, actresses, and horror film scream queens from around the country and features them in the pages of our comics.
By placing the women into their comic books it brings an added element of realism to the comic book story, this in turn offers a unique reading experience for the comic book reader because they are reading a story that features the likeness of a real person this allows the reader to become more involved in the story and care about the characters.
To learn more visit: http://www.comicbookdivas.com
Join us on March 2, 2011 as we welcome John Amplas to the show. He is a founding member and the Associate Artistic Director of the Pittsburgh Playhouse Repertory Company. His film work includes Dawn of the Dead (1978), Blood Eaters (1980), Knightriders (1981), Creepshow (1982), Midnight (1982), Day of the Dead (1985), No Pets (1994), The Bread My Sweet (2001), and Daddy Cool (2002). Join us as we talk with John Amplas about some of his current projects that he has in the works on this episode of Undead Noise.