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After 25+ years in the music business as a singer-songwriter, bassist, guitarist and frontman of the band, Crystal Eyes, Sal Sirchia began his acting career in 2001. His first television role was on the HBO hit drama series 'Oz' where he was known as 'Sal The Wise Guy' during seasons 4, 5 and 6. He has appeared on a VH1 promo along with being interviewed on two of their shows, 'Feedback' and 'Newlyweds and Rock N' Roll.' Other appearances he has had have been on NBC's 'Law and Order' and 'Ed.' Cable show appearance have included shows such as 'Life Together,' 'The Filty Rich Show,' 'New York Rocks' and 'The Realm of Never.' His first movie role was in the independent horror film 'Nikos The Impaler.' Indpendent horror films that he has worked on as an actor as well as composed music for include 'The Tenement,' 'Sins of the Father' and had a starring role in 'Fairview Fall.' Presently, he can be seen in the independent drama 'How To Grow A Fig Tree' and the soon to be released 'Knock Knock.' If you have not seen enough of Sal, he is a regular at 'Chiller Theater' and 'Fangoria' conventions.For more information, visit www.themayorofrocknroll.com
Chris Alexander, editor-in-chief of FANGORIA magazine, joins us to discuss his take on the horror genre, give us insight to what he feels is 'real entertainment', and talk about his Women In Horror Month editorial in the February issue and what backlash he has recieved from it.
This is set to be quite a show so make sure you don't miss it!
Bringing you the best show in horror, life, and everything in between, THE DARKEST HOUR podcast includes anything and everything that true horror fans and fans of dark comedy could want.
Frequented by special celebrity guests and consistantly a fan driven show, THE DARKEST HOUR is a favorite of both industry favorites and those who love them.
From the minds that brought you THE GASH and PODCAST FROM HELL, THE DARKEST HOUR is hosted by Dai Green, Nita Burson, and Matt Raub.
Having A Case Of The "Mondays"? Join The Talking Terror Crew This Week As They Explore The Dreaded World Of The Workplace! With 2000's "American Pyscho" Starring Christian Bale, We'll Dive Into The Debauchery That Was The 1980's Corporate World! And In 2012's "Inhuman Resources", A Fangoria Feature That Will Show Just How Bad A Boss Can Be! So Come Join Us This Thursday At 9PM! And Don't Be Late Or You'll Get The Axe! Stay Scared!
In the first hour, we will be joined by our good friend Chris Alexander of Fangoria Magazine to discuss the supernatural, paranormal and occult in film. Get his top ten films in this genres and more!
In the second hour and by popular demand we will have part two of our found footage films discussions. Taking your calls and more!!
Chris Alexander is a Canadian based, internationally published writer, filmmaker and editor-in-chief of such magazines as FANGORIA, GOREZONE and Full Moon Feature's house mag, DELIRIUM. As a filmmaker he is the writer, director and composer of the multi-award winning vampire film BLOOD FOR IRINA and its upcoming follow-up/sequel QUEEN OF BLOOD (which stars Skinny Puppy legend Nivek Ogre), due out in 2014. As a journalist he was a columnist for RUE MORGUE Magazine for 6 years before taking over as EIC of NYC based FANGORIA in 2009. He has written thousands of feature articles in various publications and periodicals, and is currently at work on his second book, THE TWILIGHT ZONE LEGACY.
Indie actress who has been in 200 plus, mostly horror, films. Has been a host on 4 different radio shows from terrestrial to satellite, most recently finished a four year run on Sirius/XM hosting Fangoria Radio with Dee Snider and Tony Timpone. Has written for dozens of genre publications since 1993. Currently pens for The Phantom of the Movies' VIDEOSCOPE mag and has a column in FANGORIA mag called Diary of the Deb.
Thomas Deja has been writing professionally for almost twenty five years. Starting with a column and random horror serials in the seminal Brooklyn ‘zine Inside Joke, Thomas began placing stories in such independent magazines as After Hours and Not One of Us before becoming one of the contributing book reviewers and feature writers for Fangoria magazine, a position he kept for over fifteen years. He wrote stories featuring classic Marvel Super-heroes for such anthologies as The Ultimate Hulk and Five Decades of The X-Men. Recently, he had become known for writing stories in what he calls The Chimera Falls Universe, including tales in both editions of How The West Was Weird, and the Shadow Legion series, starting with New Roads To Hell. Along with his best friend Derrick Ferguson, Thomas co-hosts Better In The Dark, a (more or less) bi-weekly movie podcast. Thomas’ passion for film has extended to maintaining Damn Your Ears! Damn Your Eyes!, a blog where he publishes his notorious ‘10 Statements About’ kinda, sorta movie reviews. A lifelong Jets fan, he also writes and podcasts about football for Tricycleoffense.com. Thomas lives in New York City, something he hopes to rectify soon.
People who are interested in learning more about the Chimera Falls Universe are invited to visit The Nocturne Travel Agency at http://welcometonocturne.blogspot.com/
Paul Hyett has been nominated for two awards for best make up, firstly for ‘The Descent’ and secondly for ‘Doomsday’, he has been awarded Fangoria’s chainsaw award for ‘Attack The Block’ and most recently he has been awarded the Gold British Arrow award for excellence in make up in advertising for his work on ‘Giff Gaff’ mobile phone commercial. He was also part of the make up team that won a British Academy Award (BAFTA) and a Royal Television Society Award for ‘The Crimson Petal and The White’ and also was part of the make up team that was nominated for a BAFTA for ‘Red Riding 1974’. Paul Hyett’s Special Make Up Effects credits include the Neil Marshall films, The Descent , Doomsday and Centurion. He has worked on over 70 plus films and projects. His work can also been seen in the upcoming Bradley Cooper fils. Serena. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Jason resides in Poughkeepsie, New York, with his wife and children, and summers in Eastern Long Island.
Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication/Film/Media from SUNY New Paltz, NY.
His work has been featured in such publications as the Chronogram Magazine, Dutchess County Canvas and Poughkeepsie Journal. Featured on many radio shows, both Internet and Local.
March 1, 2012-Ferrymen Released through Damnation Books
March 1, 2012- Corrupts Absolutely released [short story collection]
July 1, 2012-Short story Retribution published in Dark Gothic Resurrection magazine
July 1, 2012-Featured in Hacker’s Source magazine
Late 2012-Part of grass roots documentary on horror/writing
October 2012-Jeremiah Black released to favorable reviews
October 2012-Jeremiah, Ferrymen and Corrupts submitted to Bram Stoker Jury
Dec 2012-Featured in essay collection on writing/publishing
Feb 2013-Teaching class at local art school on writing
Spring 2013-Lecturing as part of alumni series at New Paltz
Spring 2013-Signing at Barnes and Noble
Summer 2013-Editing/writing horror anthology for publisher
2013 TBA-Shark novel tentative release
2013 TBA-Review forthcoming in Horror Fiction Review, Blood Magazine and Fangoria
Girl Afraid was out getting stupid at Fantastic Fest for the last week and made us miss not one but TWO podcasts in a row! FOR SHAME, DANI! Dead Redd is going to kick her where the sun don't shine! So, to make it up to our faithful listeners, we're bringing back the one and the only Patrick Rea for 90 minutes of hard-core jaw flappin', gossipin' and anything else that might come up. Join us as the same time/place and make sure to call in and/or chat with us!
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Creep Show Radio Movie Reviews Halloween Horror Month continues with Daniel Schein and Melissa Walsh Live Tuesday October 8th at 7:00 PM Eastern (or anytime after we wrap) presenting several new highly anticipated releases. On This episode we tackle the brand new Sequel to the remake of the classic Vampire flick Fright Night, with Fright Night 2: New Blood. Plus Danielle Harris, Tiffany Shepis, and Human Centipede Star Ashley C. Williams lead a team of Scream Team faves in the Hallow's Eve, and the highly anticipated new Dracula 3D film from director Dario Argento.
Also we tackle the latest from Fangoria Films with the Cannibal shocker from Spain, Omnivores, The Sci-Fi Horror Thriller Extracted, The Paranormal shocker Dark Touch from IFC Films, and last but not least the Easter Bunny is actually an evil vengeful Demon in Dustin Mill's Easter Casket.....How can you beat that???????
All that plus TV Terror Talk with Walking Dead, American Horror Story Asylum, Sleepy Hollow, and Dracula. Don't miss it Creep Show Radio Fiends.