• 00:46

    The Takeover of Midian! The Edward X. Young Invasion!!!

    in Entertainment

    WARNING!!! WARNING!!! The takeover of Midian has begun! This week on The Road To Midian we are changing things up a bit. On this weeks episode our cohost and actor/special make-up effects artist, director Edward X. Young is taking control of the airwaves and hosting the show. Usual host director/writer/producer Cameron Scott will be the special guest. This will be an unusual turn as Cameron takes the hard hits and questions this time around. This is the Red Flag Nation where no subject is taboo and censorship has no dominion. Join us!

  • 00:46

    Edward X. Young

    in Entertainment

    This week on The Road To Midian we welcome back co-host Edward X. Young to the show as our featured guest, In the last year Edward has been in almost 20 featured films including TRAILER HEAVEN, MAGGOTS!, SOULLESS, ZOMBIES INCORPORATED, EASTER SUNDAY, FLESH FOR THE BEAST and many more. We will also have John Link as a special co-host. Welcome to the Red Flag Nation, where no subject is taboo and censorship has no dominion

  • 00:46

    EDWARD X YOUNG TELETHON

    in Dreams

    M co-host actor, director and makeup artist Edward X Young has seriously injured himself recently falling on ice.  Poor Ed has dislocated his knee very badly and almost certainly will require surgery. Ed has no health insurance and is broke. He has been told that the surgery will cost $20,000. I have been told by our friend Rusty Pietrzak that filmaker John Orrichio is holding a benefit for Ed to raise the money for his surgery. Ed Young will be on my show tonight and so will be Rusty who will be running my switchboard. We will be joind by film historian Don Fellman.


     


     

  • 01:31

    EDWARD X YOUNG

    in Movies

     
    Edward X. Young studied film & television production, acting, and journalism at Seton Hall University; acting and stage directing at Brookdale College; business administration at Monmouth University; and film production at New York University. He honed his acting skills as a member of the R.I.S.K. Improvisational Theatre Group under the tutelage of Fabir Rodriguez-Ammirato. As a young actor, he performed on-stage in the New York Metropolitan Area in productions of "Amadeus," "Dracula," "Children of a Lesser God," "True West," "The Boys Next Door," and "Modigliani". He also worked in the theater as a director, staging productions of "Waiting for Godot," "Hurlyburly," "Lunchtime," and "Wait Until Dark. After leaving the performing arts for a decade and moving to New Hampshire to raise a family and work as a journalist, Ed relaunched his acting career, appearing in the radio play "The Death Guard"(based on the science fiction novel by Philip George Chadwick) which was co-produced and directed by Kate Linaker (aka Kate Phillips), who was the screenwriter of "The Blob" (1958) for broadcast on New Hampshire radio stations. Ed then joined the Greenville Shakespeare Festival, of Greenville, New Hampshire. He has also worked on numerous experimental film and video projects as director, writer, editor, animator, and make-up special effects artist. Early collaborative efforts include numerous short film subjects produced in partnership with Daniel Acon.   Young continues to write film reviews as a critic for several publications, including the New Hampshire newspaper The Keene Sentinel and its on-line edition SentinelSource.com.  

  • 01:00

    MEET EDWARD X YOUNG!!!

    in Film



    Meet Edward X Young. A talented Actor, Special Effects Artists, and Make-Up Artist. This multi-talented celebrity will be going head to head with our prolific host, John Link. THIS WILL BE A FANTASTIC SHOW!!!

  • 02:19

    Talking Terror Presents: Amicus Films Featuring Ed X. Young

    in Movies

    Welcome, once again, to an all new episode of Talking Terror Presents!
    EC Comics was notorious in the 1950's and 60's due its horror comic
    books, Tales from the Crypt and The Vault of Horror. These titles
    reveled in a twisted joy of life, with ironic fates meted out to many of
    the stories' protagonists. Well, in the 1970's Amicus Productions
    decided to bring these types of stories to life on the big screen!
    "Tales From The Crypt" (1972), a five film anthology featuring such
    acting luminaries as Peter Cushing and Joan Collins! We'll follow that
    with "Vault of Horror" (1973), with another five creepy tales that are
    sure to chill your spine! We will also be joined by Grindhouse film
    star, Edward X. Young, for who these films were extremely influential in
    his life and career! We will also be joined by actor Bill Timoney,
    currently starring in the current "12 Monkeys" television series, and
    also very knowledgeable on the Amicus films! Be ready for a TTP Classic
    people! Beware, and Stay Scared!!!!

  • 01:46

    Mr. Hush Edward X Young will be live!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    in Comedy

    Edward X. Young is becoming one of the best silver screen actors with such movies as "Mr. Hush, and "Post Mortem America 2012," and "Sea of Dust."  We will be talking with Ed and hear about his latest projects

  • 00:46

    EMBRACE YOUR TRISKAIDEKAPHOBIA.

    in Film

    Tonight's broadcast on THURSDAY THE 12TH celebrates the FRIDAY THE 13TH horror movie series. The John Link Show co-host EDWARD X YOUNG focuses on his friendship & professional relationship with luminaries BETSY PALMER (Pamela Voorhees in "Friday the 13th"), BILL RANDOLPH (Jeff in "Friday the 13th Part 2"), KANE HODDER (Jason Voorhees in "Friday the 13th Part 7, 8, 9, & 10"), KEVIN SPIRTAS ("Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Beginning"), RON MILKE ("Friday the 13th"), Makeup Wizard, TOM SAVINI, who co-starred in "Sea of Dust" with Edward X Young, and STEVE DASH (Jason Voorhees in "Friday, the 13th Part 2") who co-starred with Edward X Young in "EP: The Emerging Past" & "Mr. Hush." Cameron Scott, who produced "Post Mortem America 2021," also co-hosts.

  • 00:46

    GREGORY WALCOTT: HERO OF GREATEST MOVIE EVER MADE

    in Film

    Late actor Gregory Wallcott played the heroic lead in PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE, that many critics condemn as "The Worst Movie Ever Made." Grindhouse screen stars John Link, Edward X Young, & Cameron Scott think it's greater than "Citizen Kane." GREGORY WALLCOTT, whose screen career spanned almost five decades, including many Oscar-winning pictures such as NORMA RAE, died in Los Angeles on March 20, 2015 at age 87. For a long time, Walcott, fled from recognition of his participation in Edward D Wood Jr.'s 1959 science-fiction horror classic that co-starred BELA LUGOSI, VAMPIRA, & TOR JOHNSON. However, in latter years, he embraced his role, even taking a part in Tim Burton's biopic tribute ED WOOD, playing an investor in "Plan 9 from Outer Space." The John Link Show's friend, CONRAD BROOKS, who co-starred in that same picture relays his loving recollections of this admired Hollywood star, who has left us behind on Planet Earth. We all dearly miss Gregory Wallcott.

  • 00:40

    IS IT LOGICAL TO GRIEVE MR. SPOCK?

    in Film

    Late screen actor LEONARD NIMOY is lovingly remembered on The John Link Show. Best known for playing Mr. Spock, on television on Star Trek TOS & in the original Star Trek theatrical movies, the remarkable and multi-talented Leonard Nimoy did much more; and he was a true gentleman. Grindhouse moviemakers Edward X Young & Cameron Scott co-host this memorial tribute broadcast. Trekkie & Sci-fi producer of "The Soulless," Chiristopher Eilenstine & Star Trek authority, Michael Chartier, director/writer of "Trailer Heaven," share their memories. Expect an interplanetary visit from a very special surprise guest!

  • 00:45

    THE OSCARS® SUCK ROOSTERS IN HADES!

    in Film

    Grindhouse Veterans JOHN LINK & EDWARD X YOUNG angrily demand to know why The Academy Awards®, of February 22, 2015, in their televised Memoriam refused to acknowledge the passing of CARLA LAEMMLE, who died on June 12, 2014 at the age of 104! Carla Laemmle was the niece of Universal Studios founder, Carl Laemmle; her screen career spanned over 90 years from the silent classic, "The Phantom of the Opera" (1925), to her final role in 2014; and she has the first spoken line in the first talkie horror movie ever made, "Dracula" (1931). • Also snubbed, inexplicably, was beloved comedienne JOAN RIVERS, who hosted the pre-Oscar® Red Carpet show for years, in which she playfully mocked the pompous hoopla of the night. Joan Rivers omission from the tribute must have been borne out of revenge and hatred for her satire! • JULIANNE MOORE copped a Best Actress statuette for STILL ALICE; but she really deserved it for David Cronenberg's MAPS TO THE STARS. However, the supercilious & Scientologist-ridden Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences would never give kudos to a picture made by a foreign-based horror film director that horrifically castigates Hollywood Hierarchy for their decadence & depravity! • Independent horror movie producer, Cameron Scott joins John Link & Edward X Young in their rant.

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